Volunteer in Nepal

Nepal is a spiritual country known for the highest mountain of the world "Mount Everest" and the very kind local peoples. Volunteering in Nepal you will get an opportunity to emerge with new culture and traditions. Our two week volunteer and travel Nepal trip is designed to give the authentic taste of the country to our participants.

 

Join our two week volunteer and travel program

First week

We will pick you from the airport and you will stay on host family with other volunteers.
First day ( 1st) : we will show you our town and temples.
                                : 7 pm - Meditation
Second (2nd) to fourth (4th) day:
                 : Morning you will be teaching English to children at 7 am to 8 am.
                : Afternoon sightseeing around cultural heritage sites of Kathmandu
                :  7 pm - Meditation
 
     Sightseeing areas ( Second to fourth day afternoon)
  • Second day - Monkey temple
  • Third day     - Thamel and Kathmandu Durbar Square
  • Fourth day   - Boudhanath and Pasupatinath
Fifth day (5th) : Morning teaching English to children.
                                : Afternoon Hiking
                                : 7 pm - Meditation
Sixth day (6th) : Morning teaching English to children
                                 : Afternoon learning to make Handicrafts like Hammocks, bags, necklace.
                                 : 7 pm - Meditation
Seventh day( 7th) : Free day ( Rest day)

Second Week

Eighth Day ( 8th): Traveling to Pokhara
Ninth Day ( 9th ) :  Boating in Pokhara and Paragliding
Tenth Day (10th ) :  Sightseeing in Davis Fall, Exploring caves and Hiking to Peace Pagoda ( 1100m high)
Eleventh Day (11th) : Enjoying Nepali culture dance show and hiking to Sarangkot ( 1600m high)
Twelve Day (12th)    : Coming back to Kathmandu
Thirteen Day (13th)   :  Rest Day
Fourteen Day (14th)   : Program finish and Droping back to airport.

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