Nepal Travel

Tourist Visas: The tourist visa shall be granted for a period in maximum of 150 days in a visa year (Visa years means January to December). For more information about visas, please consult the Nepali embassy in your country. People from most of the countries get a visa on arrival at the immigration entry points of Nepal (Except: Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon,...
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Homestay and Cultural Exchange

Family is the cornerstone of Nepalese social life.  Those who wish to immerse themselves in language, culture, and daily life should consider spending time with a host family.  This provides an intimate experience of Nepal and also allows the host family to learn about other cultures, lifestyles, and languages. Most placements are arranged in rural areas with typical Nepali-...
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Orphanage Program

Every year, hundreds of children leave their destitute villages to find work in Nepal’s crowded cities. And many children become orphans due to natural calamities, conflicts or natural deaths. Most of these children lack education, basic health care, and food and end up working as child laborers in restaurants, hotels, garment factories or as domestic servants. Many als...
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Organic Agriculture

Nepal is still rooted in agriculture, so spending time on a farm will shed light on many aspects of Nepali culture and language.  But volunteers have been drawn to this program for more varied reasons: to learn skills in running an organic farming operation so they can start a business back home,  to take a sabbatical from desk jobs by working outdoors for a month or longer...
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