VOLUNTEERING IN Nepal

ASIA

Nepal is in the Himalayas and is a small Asian mountainous country nestled between India and Tibet. Nepal may be a small country, but no matter what your interests, there is something here for all volunteers.

Child Care

Child Care

Nepal

  • Support child care centres and children’s homes by delivering educational games
  • Create exciting activities to develop the children’s creative and communication skills
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Duration: 2 - 16 weeks

Cost from: £775 / $990

Sports Coaching

Sports Coaching

Nepal

  • Lead sports sessions for local children at schools and children’s homes
  • Promote wellbeing through teaching the importance of health and fitness
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Duration: 2 - 16 weeks

Cost from: £775 / $990

Teaching

Teaching

Nepal

  • Work in local schools to increase students’ confidence speaking English
  • Support and teach educational activities at a Children's Home and the Street Children's Centre
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Duration: 3 - 16 weeks

Cost from: £860 / $1100

Top 5 reasons to visit and volunteer in Nepal

  • Himalayan mountains - home to 8 of the 14 highest mountains in the world, Nepal is a trekker’s paradise. Experience some of the most stunning mountain scenery in the world and admire the world famous Mount Everest.

  • Festivals - there are colourful festivals almost every week in Nepal and volunteers often get involved. Religion is a huge part of people’s rich and vibrant culture in Nepal. Throughout Nepal there are hundreds of unique, ornate and exciting Hindu and Buddhist temples waiting to be explored.

  • Adventure sports - Nepal is fast become the adventure playground of Asia, from world class white-water rafting, paragliding, the world’s highest zip line and canyon swing, bungee jumping, canyoning, rock climbing and mountain biking, there’s enough adrenaline here to quench anyone’s thirst!

  • Traditional curries - influenced strongly by Tibet and India, Nepal has all sorts of culinary delights on offer. A trip to Nepal is not complete until you have eaten dal bhat with you hands, eaten so many momos you fear you might burst and burnt your tongue on some spicy sukute!

  • Tigers, rhinos & much more - Nepal is home to some of the most endangered species in the world including the gharial crocodile, snow leopards, sloth bears and the elusive Bengal tiger. There are several nature parks that are great for safaris after volunteering and allow you to escape the crazy Nepali cities!

Nepal cow on street

Nepal cow on street

Nepal mountains and lake

Nepal mountains and lake

Nepal buddhist monks

Nepal buddhist monks

Nepal himalayan mountain range

Nepal himalayan mountain range

Nepal city shrine

Nepal city shrine

Nepal shrine

Nepal shrine

Nepal mountains

Nepal mountains

Nepal boat trip

Nepal boat trip

Nepal trekking

Nepal trekking

Nepal lake

Nepal lake

Nepal flags

Nepal flags

Nepal flowers

Nepal flowers

We are driven by the needs of the projects we support. We only offer sustainable volunteering projects that have lasting and positive impact on the local community.

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AWARDS AND ACCREDITATIONS

  • Tourism Concern
  • Association of Bonded Travel Organisers Trust
  • Right Tourism
  • DOFE
  • theguardian
  • the independent
  • Sunday Times
  • Year Out Group
  • Best Volunteering Organisation
  • Wall Street Journal