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Overview
Welcome to the land of a thousand temples, a country with finest trekking trails, yaks and yams - Nepal. This program is a summary of everything good about Nepal. Culture, history, cuisine, shopping, religion, adventure and a lot more.
 
You will embark on a cultural journey in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. Here you would experience the joy of giving by volunteering at the orphanage, teaching English to the children or taking care of the mentally disabled children. While volunteer work will form the major activity of your week, during your weekend you will get to explore the popular tourist attractions in and around Kathmandu. You will be visiting Bhaktapur which offers all kinds of interesting experiences, Patan one of the royal cities, and nagarkot which has unrestricted mountain views. Come next weekend and you would cover the amazing Chitwan National Park. Chitwan was awarded the status of a World Heritage Site in 1984. This park is home to more than 700 species of wildlife and innumerable flora varieties.

A favourite destination for the schoolie groups, teenagers, medics and families, your exotic drip trip to Nepal is about to begin!

 
 
Day 1 (Sat): Arrival in Kathmanduvolunteering in kathmandu nepal
You will be picked up from Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu and transferred to your accommodation. You can take some rest on day of arrival. You can also venture out to the nearby local area and get familiar with it. 
(Meals – Dinner – Subject to arrival time) 


Day 2 (Sunday) – Orientation
Today your coordinators will be discussing with you your program itinerary for the days to come and give you the essential information. (Meals – Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)
 
Day 3 (Mon) to Day 7 (Fri) – Volunteering in Kathmandu
Volunteer work begins. During this time you will be working in either Orphanage, Teaching Project or with mentally – physically disabled children. You can render invaluable help by doing volunteer work at an orphanage in Nepal by giving them love and affection, teaching them basic conversational English, helping them in their school subjects, guiding them about personal hygiene and sanitation, taking them out on small excursions and engaging them in extra – curricular activities. It would be an unforgettable and soul enriching experience for you which may compel you to return.

(Meals – Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner from Monday to Thursday and Breakfast/Dinner on Friday)
 
Day 8 (Sat) – Kathmandu City Tour
Today we will take you for City tour of Kathmandu. You will find many Buddhist and Hindu temples and many historic and heritage sites in the city. You can also see beautiful pagodas, shrines and monasteries. In this tour we will cover Durbar Square, Temple of Kumari (Living Goddess) and Pashupatinath Temple.

(Meals – Breakfast/Dinner)

Day 9 (Sun) – Free Day in Kathmandu
This day is free for leisure activities or optional tours or for shopping. You can visit other places of tourist interest or visit Thamel area for spending good time in a pub or restaurant and for shopping.
(Meals – Breakfast/Dinner)


Day 10 (Mon) to Day 14 (Fri) – Volunteer work in Kathmandu
You will continue volunteering work and gain rich experience out of it.

(Meals – Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner from Monday to Thursday and Breakfast/Dinner on Friday)


Day 15 (Sat) – Trip to Bhaktapur and Nagarkot
At around 10 am, we will take volunteers to Bhaktapur, one of the ancient Kingdoms in Nepal. In Bhaktapur, You can see amazing pagodas and other monuments. After sightseeing in Bhaktapur, you can have lunch at a local restaurant (at own cost). Later we will proceed to Nagarkot. Nagarkot is located near Kathmandu from where one can get amazing views of the Himalayas. Enjoy the sunset and then return back to Kathmandu. 

(Meals – Breakfast/Dinner)

Day 16 (Sun) – Visit to Patan and Swayabhunath Temple
After breakfast, we will take you for tour of Patan and Swayabhunath Temple. Patan is one of the ancient Kingdoms in Nepal. As you reach Patan, you would be taken aback by the contrast to Kathmandu. See beautiful temples and palaces in Patan. After lunch in Patan in a local restaurant (at own cost), we will proceed to Swayabhunath Temple. Later we will take you back to your accommodation. 

(Meals – Breakfast/Dinner)
 

Day 17 (Mon) – Refreshing tour of Chitwan and Pokhara  
Volunteers will leave for Chitwan by air conditioned bus or van or car. Upon arrival at the Chitwan National Park, you would be transferred to the Lodge or accommodation booked for you. You can discuss with local staff for jungle activities and the facilities around.

(Meals – Breakfast)

Day 18 (Tue) – Chitwan
On this day, enjoy a safari in Chitwan National Park and other activities like nature walk, bird watching etc. You can also enjoy various activities in and around your accommodation.

(Meals – Breakfast)
 
Day 19 (Wed) – Chitwan-Pokhara
After breakfast at the hotel, volunteers will travel to Pokhara by air-conditioned bus or van or car. Upon arrival in Pokhara, check in at the booked accommodation. Relax for some time and then go for evening boat ride in Phewa Lake. Later you can roam around and enjoy lively ambience around. You can have lunch in a local restaurant (at own cost). For dinner, you can go for any of the good restaurants (there are many) in Pokhara and try various local food as well.

(Meals – Breakfast)

Day 20 (Thu) – Sightseeing in Pokhara
Early morning, visit famous Sarangkot for amazing sunrise and get magnificent views of the Himalayas. Later return back to the hotel for breakfast. After breakfast we will take you for city tour of Pokhara. In this tour you will visit places of tourist attractions like Mahendra Cave, Seti River Gorge, Devi’s Fall, Peace Pagoda and Bindhyabasini Temple. One can also visit the International Mountain Museum. Adventure lovers can opt for add on activity of paragliding.

(Meals – Breakfast)

Day 21 (Fri) – Pokhara-Kathmandu 
In morning, volunteers will return to Kathmandu by bus or van or car. Upon arrival in Kathmandu, check in at the accommodation booked for you. Rest of time is free for taking rest or for shopping.

(Meals – Breakfast)

Day 22 (Sat) – Departure from Kathmandu
It’s time to say bye to Nepal. Check out from the accommodation and proceed to airport for your onward / return flight. 
Nepal Program Booking
Volunteers can begin their program on any Start Date given below. (Unless you join the Language and Culture week in Kathmandu, which starts on 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month throughout the year, followed by  program of your choice in Nepal.) 

Volunteers need to book their flights to arrive in Kathmandu on the dates given below.
Volunteering Solutions Nepal Reviews
Kathmandu, Nepal
Merle Siegrist
(Germany)

I think my participation was appreciated by the teachers and they were happy to have an international exchange about our countries and cultures..

Kathmandu, Nepal
Staree Mae Dumalag
(Canada)

Living with the host family, volunteering at the hospital and the tours are the most exciting part of the whole trip..

Kathmandu, Nepal
Ines Volkhardt
(Germany)

The program was a great opportunity to make a difference in the lives of these lovely children. Giving Love and attention to all of them fulfilled me and made me happy. .

Kathmandu, Nepal
Karley Koch
(United States)

My placement was an amazing experience. Better than I expected. I would definitely do it again and will recommend it to other medical students. .

Kathmandu, Nepal
Catherine Johnston
(Australia)

The girls in my orphanage were so lovely and sweet. I will miss them a lot. It has made me want to come back and see them..

Kathmandu, Nepal
Isabel Quinn
(United States)

I was able to help the girls with their homework, and we shared our cultures with each other. I live by the beach and was filled with joy.

Kathmandu, Nepal
Marie Pier St-Laurent
(Canada)

The place is nice I was surprised and glad for the hot water and the generator and I was not expecting wi-fi at the beginning..

Kathmandu, Nepal
Linde van Tol
(Netherlands)

Teaching English and giving the school world maps was wonderful.I also traveled and did the Langtang trekking. Nepal is the most beautiful country I have ever been!.

Kathmandu, Nepal
Lijing Samantha Yip
(Singapore)

I thoroughly enjoyed my volunteer placement. It was an eye-opener as I got to witness medical procedures that I would have otherwise not have the chance to witness in my home country. .

Kathmandu, Nepal
Elaine Buttigieg
(Malta)

Being able to help out at the orphanage for disabled kids, seeing and learning about diseases which we do not have in Malta and travelling around Nepal to see the beauty it offers..

Kathmandu, Nepal
Franziska Baldes
(Germany)

I enjoyed my placement, the accommodation and meals both were good and I definitely felt that my efforts get appreciated..

Kathmandu, Nepal
Weronika Lapczynska
(Poland)

I enjoyed teaching English to the kids, by singing with them and playing memory games. Meeting all the other volunteers and making friends with them..

Kathmandu, Nepal
Brittany Foley
(United States)

The highlight of volunteering trip was the interaction with the hospital staff and seeing a wide range of cases and how different the hospitals are here..

Kathmandu, Nepal
Daniel Decker
(Germany)

The children and teachers at the school are very nice. School festivals was interesting because I could sit in front of all. Other volunteers are also very nice..

Kathmandu, Nepal
Ashis Gurung
(Germany)

I completely enjoyed my placement, if I had the time, I would have extend for 2 more months. And I find my experience worthwhile because I can speak Nepali, I had the opportunity to translate in Nepali when the children did not understand me. .

Kathmandu, Nepal
Songzi Wen
(United States)

Even though Nepal might be not very rich but people in Nepal are still very friendly and their hearts definitely are full of love. I truly believe the tomorrow of Nepal must be very bright! .

Kathmandu, Nepal
Orlaith Kelly
(United Kingdom)

Meeting the children or making new friends are the highlight of my whole volunteering trip. .

Kathmandu, Nepal
Claudia Stublreiter
(Austria)

We enjoyed working in the Spark Children home a lot and were very impressed that the children are so disciplined..

Kathmandu, Nepal
Stephanie Rachid
(Lebanon)

The project was very interesting, the people were very nice and the kids are amazing. My experience was definitely worthwhile, it was a new experience full of different things. .

Kathmandu, Nepal
Doreen Thomson
(United Kingdom)

I had the best of both worlds I got to spend time with the kids at Save Lives Foundations and going to the school to work in the nursery kindergarten, I got to play with the kids and give them lots of love..

Nepal Program Cost
Volunteering Solutions strives hard to keep costs low and offers one of the most affordable volunteer abroad programs. Compare our prices and services to other organizations and you would be surprised to see the difference. 
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