Family volunteering and adventure holiday, Nepal
A week of family volunteering, tailor made, in Nepal, working in Kathmandu in a school, followed by adventure holiday, different types available.
Volunteering in Nepal school Kathmandu Valley UNESCO sites in Kathmandu Chitwan National Park Options to explore Pokhara Valley Option to trek to Base Camp Everest
Description of Family volunteering and adventure holiday, Nepal
2023: 7 Oct, 14 Oct, 21 Oct, 28 Oct, 4 Nov, 11 Nov, 18 Nov, 25 Nov, 2 Dec, 9 Dec, 16 Dec, 23 Dec, 30 Dec
2024: 6 Jan
2024: 6 Jan
Don’t be nervous of bringing your children to Nepal. Children are children wherever they are in the world and don’t worry about language or cultural barriers.
Tailor made but working with other volunteers.
Single parents welcome.
Standard, shared accommodation in homestay. Upgrades possible. Two nights in hotel.
Breakfasts and dinners
Pre-trip support, accommodation, two nights in hotel, breakfasts and dinners, some excursions, Kathmandu guided tour, project training, 24/ support, donation to the project.
About this holiday company:
Ridhi set this organization up in 2014, after a life changing volunteering trip that she made to South Africa herself. After that, she returned from London to her home country of India to set up volunteering projects there and in Nepal, with trips varying from teaching to building to medical care.
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PlanetOur volunteer placements in Nepal are designed to immerse you in a different culture, living and working with local people. There’s plenty to gain personally from this. But we make sure that local people benefit too by choosing projects that bring tangible improvements to their lives. Our local partners are leaders in sustainable tourism. All activities and itineraries are designed in collaboration with the villagers themselves, based around the principles of community-based tourism. We are committed to providing local people with a complimentary source of income while still continuing their traditional way of life.
All of our participants receive pre-departure guides. This covers topics on how to be culturally sensitive, how to best look after the environment when in the country and how to stay safe as well as up to date information on the political situation. They are also briefed on how to dispose of waste properly and where possible, to avoid using plastic water bottles as these are not easy to dispose of environmentally.
Our Volunteer programs are lasting and meaningful and have a long term impact on the communities we work with. These children have little access to quality education.This is where the volunteers come in. For the children, a good understanding of English opens up many more opportunities in the future particularly in Tourism.
We have a strong child protection policy and require police checks and DBS from all our participants. Staff who take photos are required to ensure they are up to a standard approved by our local partners or schools. We have strict expectations of volunteers as far as how they interact with the children. We also give no information to the volunteers about the children’s backgrounds.
We send out comprehensive pre-departure briefing, which includes a section on protecting the local environment. In particular we advise participants to take care with water, which is an issue in many of our destinations. We recommend they avoid unnecessary washing, using hand wash gel where they can. We also instruct them on how to dispose of waste properly, not to litter and, where possible, to avoid using plastic water bottles which are not easy to dispose of environmentally.
PeopleAll our volunteer programs are designed in collaboration with the community and based around the principles of community-based tourism. We are committed to providing local people with support while still continuing their traditional way of life. All our volunteers are housed locally in homestays that support the local community.
Volunteer and Service Placements:
Volunteer time, effort, and attention are of great value to our local partners such as NGOs, schools, and children’s homes that we serve. We make sure that whoever we are tied up with are operating with our values in mind and are for the improvement of life on ground.
We have fantastic local teams on ground including our local homestays and hotels where you would be staying. This generates income for them.
We emphasise the importance of showing respect for local people and their customs in our briefing material. Participants will work alongside permanent staff, forming close bonds and getting an insight into real life in Nepal. Our policy is to send people to the developing world in small groups or individually. This minimises the environmental and social impact that the participants have on the destination and helps them to integrate into the local community.
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