Communities Service trip

highlights
  • Exploring  historical and spiritual Sites .
  • Day rafting on Trishuli River.
  • Jungle activities during their stay.
  • Service projects on local  Community .
  • Explore local village .
  •  Activities with  young monks .
  • Farewell dinner with Culture shows .

 

The service project is based on local communities of Nepal. Support is only offered where a viable request has been made by a community or if they really need a support. AHT does not impose projects on communities and are invited to support an ongoing or new initiatives through the provision of volunteers, thereby helping the community lower the cost of project operation. By using skilled and unskilled manpower, this project is designed to help the community achieve their goals. The goals can range from painting the local community buildings, toilet constructions to repair of community water tap. In other instances, community maintenance volunteers can provide services to local schools, such as redecoration, repairing window, painting the perimeter fence and repairing broken benches. As a community maintenance volunteer, you will work along side community members and hired/skilled laborers if required. Unless you come with a specific skill set or expertise, you will be performing manual labor, i.e. a whole lot of humping, dumping, digging and painting! By comparison to western standards, the projects you work on will be extremely low tech and every task is performed with local mechanical tools.AHT does not guarantee funding for external community maintenance projects, but if funding is available, will try to make some contribution.

 

 

Day 1: Arrival Kathmandu    

Upon arrival in the Kathmandu airport the guests will be greeted by a representative from Amazing Himalaya Trekking and transferred to their hotel. After checking in, they will have free time to rest or can enjoy the walk around the city. Overnight stay at hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 2: Sightseeing of historical and spiritual sites

We start the tour after an orientation. Today is the first day of exploring Nepal. The tour includes historical and spiritual attractions in Kathmandu valley, which are also listed in the World Heritage Sites and includes the Kathmandu Durbar Square,the sacred Hindu temple of Pashupatinath and the Swyombhunath (Monkey Temple). Overnight stay at hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 3: Kathmandu– Trishuli River Rafting – Chitwan/ Bandipur

After breakfast,the guests will check out of the hotel around 7:30 am. We then drive south-west of Kathmandu on our way to Chitwan on the Kathmandu – Pokhara highway. If the weather is clear, the guests will have chance to see the beautiful Himalayan range, ranging from Langtang, Ganesh, Himalchuli, Manaslu, Annapurna and Dhaulagiri. On reaching Fishling, whichis the starting point of rafting on Trishuli River, the river guide will explain about the river safety and equipment.The guests will be rafting on Trishuli for about 3 hrs. and then drive for rest of the time.After we reach Chitwan,the guests will check into the respective hotel/ resort and rest. In the evening, guests will take part in jungle activities during their stay in Chitwan.Overnight at hotel in Chitwan.

Day 4: -5- 6:  Service Project at School / Community

The service project is based in a local village community of Nepal. Support is only offered where a viable request has been made by a community or if they really need a support. As a part of service, the guests will regularly work alongside with community members and hired laborers. Following services will be performed during this period:

  • Community and school maintenance.
  • Teaching and education
  • Women’s education and empowerment.
  • Environment awareness activities.
  • Medical health &sanitation program.

Day 7:  Drive to Lumbini

Our most waited tour begins towards Lumbini, the birth place of Lord Buddha (Siddhartha Gautama). The guest will get chance to explore local village around Lumbini in late afternoon.  Overnight stay at  hotel in Lumbini.

Day 8: In Lumbini spending time with young monks

In Lumbini, today we visit Maya Devi Temple which is the location where Buddha was born. We then visit the World Peace Pagoda Stupa and see monasteries built by different countries.

After sight-seeing, we go back to hotel for the lunch and then visit a monastery with young monks where the guests will have chance to learn about the monk’s experiences, play soccer with them, and teach English through games and activities that we design.

Day 9: Fly back to Kathmandu

Students  will be transferred to the airport. After flying back to Kathmandu, we drive to Bhaktapur which is the cultural capital of Nepal. The living heritages  in Bhaktapur displays the vibrant depth of the Newari culture. We begin by visiting the pottery market, the famous peacock window, as well as the five-storied Nyatapola temple. Nyatapola is the highest pagoda temple in Nepal. This is also considered the best city to buy gifts for family and friends. After the sight-seeing, we drive back to Kathmandu for a farewell dinner.Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 10: Transfer to airport for your final departure

Depending on the guest’s flight departure time, they can spend the morning shopping in Thamel.

 

whats included

• Airport transfer
• All overland drive

• All hotel accommodation with breakfast
• Sightseeing with entrance fees.
• Cost of service Project.
• All Drinks

• Flight from Lumbin to Kathmandu
• One person complimentary in a group above 15 pax

whats exclude

• Personal equipment
• Personal bills

• Nepal visa fee
• Airport tax.
• Insurance

• Tipping
• Flights to and from homeland .

Tour Details

Duration

10

Guiding Method

English

Guide Language

English

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