Day 1 (Sat): Arrival in Kathmandu
At Volsol we try to keep your transfers as smooth as possible. So, as soon as you touch base at Kathmandu, we pick you up and transfer you to your accommodation. You can freshen up and relax here. We will conduct a brief orientation session with you and prepare you for your trip ahead. The orientation session is important because it will cover safety guidelines, transportation details, information about ATMs, currency exchange, internet access, cultural practices etc. Welcome Dinner is also arranged for you in the evening.
Day 2 (Sun): Full day city tour of Kathmandu
Volunteers will leave in the morning for sightseeing of capital city Kathmandu. Since you have landed in the land of temples, you will find many Buddhist and Hindu temples. At every nook and corner you will see beautiful rising pagodas, intricately cut architectural designs, shrines and monastery. You will cover the Kathmandu Durbar Square, Temple of Kumari, Boudha Nath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple and Swayambhu Nath Stupa (Monkey Temple) in this city trip.
Day 3 (Mon) to Day 7 (Fri): Volunteering work in Kathmandu
Day 3 is when you start some serious volunteer work. During this time you would working in either Orphanage,Teaching Project or with mentally – physically disabled children for 3 weeks. 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.
Day 8 (Sat) to Day 9 (Sun) – Tour of Nagarkot-Bhaktapur-Patan
On day 8, volunteers leave for Nagarkot by private car for fantastic Himalayan mountain views. For rest and recoup, we will arrange overnight stay for you at
is when we take you back to Kathmandu while on the way we will take you to visit Bhaktapur- Nepal’s “cultural gem” and Patan- the religious hub. Bhaktapur is full of Hindu and Buddhist religious sites and artwork, there are nineteen Buddhist monasteries (Vihars). Patan is famous for its rich tradition of arts and handicrafts and dozens of Buddhist and Hindu temples, and over 1200 monuments.
Day 10 (Mon) to Day 14 (Fri) Volunteering in Kathmandu
Day 10 is when you return to your volunteering activities. At the assigned volunteer project you would be required to put minimum 5 hours of volunteer work. Your duties would remain the same.
Day 15 (Sat) – Kathmandu to Chitwan
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. You would be briefed on the jungle activities and the facilities in the Lodge.
Day 16 (Sun) – Chitwan
After breakfast, a day full of activities is ahead for you. These jungle activities include nature walk, elephant safari, bird watching, boat ride on the river and canoeing.
Day 17 (Mon) – Chitwan to Kathmandu
After a memorable trip to Chitwan, volunteers come back to Kathmandu. Depending on your arrival time in Kathmandu, you may get some time off in the evening for leisure activities.
Day 18 (Tue) to Day 21 (Fri) – Volunteering in Kathmandu
Coming back to the volunteering work on Day 18, this would be your final stay with the children. The volunteering work and activities would remain the same. You are free to host goodbye event or get together, that is totally on you.
Day 22 – Departure from Kathmandu
This the day when you bid adieu to your interesting and enlightening Nepal journey.