We are building an education farm for young people from Serbia for biodynamic agriculture and permaculture
Volunteering at IVA-Farm is an increadible rich experience.
Here we become gardeners, animal-carers, children-carers, cooks, artists, wood choppers, builders, creative and exchanging people, raising our spiritual understanding of the world and becoming change makers in a growing community.
How many volunteers do you usually need?
When do you usually need volunteers? For how long?
How many hours are the volunteers expected to help?
Here we need to work 7-8 hours per day with a good reason:
to give and to receive knowledge and to make the world a better place.
How many days of help per week?
Are accommodation and food included?
What type of accommodation can you provide?
What are the volunteers’ benefits?
Extra activities during the free time?
Do you charge fees? (If yes, please specify how much and why)
Visa – can you provide Visa support/info?
Which language will be spoken?
Public transport (bus)
from Beograd – 1h40min
Exiting the central train station go to the left to the red bus station BAS (Beogradska Autobuska Stanica) and there buy a ticket to Baraka (“Jednu kartu za Baraku, molim”). Go with your ticket ticket to enter the bus station and choose your bus halt according to the nr. on the ticket. It also mentions time and tour operator (mostly Euro Trans-tours). The Peronnumber shows, from where the bus is exactly leaving.
When you pass the power plant (its on your left hand) it is still 20 minutes drive. After the village Debrc it is ca 5 min. When you see a huge white 24h petrol station on you right hand side you will see the direction mark Jalovik pointing to the left. At this T-split left is a big stone with engraved cyrillic alphabet. Turn left and follow for ca. 1,5 km until the first house on the right and slow down to turn left onto a dust road of ca 120 m and you are there.
Is there internet access?
For any questions feel free to contact:
Facebook: IVA-Farm, wwoof in Serbia