World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms. Work off your food and accommodations on organic farms.
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Pro Covers food as well
The work you do covers not only the cost of accommodations, but food as well (in most cases). Being that the work is done on organic farm, it's often nutritious and high quality food (depends entirely on the individual host).
Pro WWOOF organizations are in over 60 countries
Almost anywhere in the world you want to go, you can likely do it through WWOOFing. Over 60 countries have their own WWOOF organizations, but there are many countries that have hosts and no official organization as well.
Con The work can be tough
While it varies a fair bit, 4-6 hours a day of work is fairly standard. Much of the work is outdoors and quite physically demanding.
Con Requires a lot of planning ahead
It can take a lot of time to find a host, so it's best to start your search months before your planned departure.
Con Each organization/country has a membership fee
Over 60 countries have their own WWOOF organizations, which each have their own individual membership fees. If you want to contact a host in a certain country, you first have to pay the fee for that organization. If you play to travel around and work in a variety of countries, the membership fees can add up.