What do WWOOFers do?

WWOOF enables people to live and volunteer on a variety of organic properties. Volunteers (WWOOFers) help on the land and home for 4-6 hours a day and hosts provide the food and accommodation. If you want to have hands on experience, learn and share organic and sustainable ways of living then WWOOF might be for you.

Do you get paid to WWOOF?

No! WWOOF is a mutual exchange! Any member who joins WWOOF will not be receiving any salary or daily allowances during the exchange. Receiving payment for work done on a volunteer exchange jeopardizes the host and the entire WWOOF program as stringent laws must be followed when hiring an “employee”.

Is WWOOFing Canada worth it?

Most people who decide on WWOOFing Canada are college students spending a gap year abroad. Many still live at home in a protected environment, and now want to experience adventure. Spending money is limited, therefore WWOOFing seems attractive. Travelling in Canada can be expensive and WWOOFing is a great alternative and a money saver.

Is WWOOFing Canada a good option for young travellers?

WWOOFing Canada, Workaway, and Help-Ex are excellent programs for young travellers, but they are not suitable for everyone. So please, do your research and don’t waste the hosts time if you have any doubts.

How does wwwwoof work?

WWOOF, Workaway, HelpX or where ever they come from, all these systems work about the same; young people working for room and board and learning about agriculture or other related work and new cultures. In other words, it’s young travellers seeking room and board abroad for free.

Is WWOOF paid work?

Please keep in mind that WWOOF is not paid work; hosts do not offer monetary compensation. We do not make arrangements for you, instead you will make contact with the hosts yourself. Also, you are responsible for obtaining your visa and paying for your own transportation & personal expenses.