Vision Nepal has for anyone looking to visit Nepal and give something back.
Welcome to Vision Nepal a 100/% Transparent as well as A Non-Profit Organization set up to help change the way volunteers are helping to secure a Bright future for Nepalese children’s. We are registered with all Nepalese government bodies that allow us to continue our work by helping to uplift the poorer communities of Nepal.
Whether you’re Trekking, Rafting, Sightseeing or out on Safari we can help you book your adventures with a reliable local agent that has agreed to donate 25 to 45% of the profit to Vision Nepal we book with them to help fund future projects in Nepal.
Now Vision Nepal receives a much lower amount in donations but wants to do more after seeing the new school open but we are not the type of NGO go begging or trying to guilt trip you into donating money by using heart breaking stories and pictures of people we help. We like to focus on the positives of what we do and where so what better way than to encourage more people to come see the wonderful Himalayan kingdom of Nepal.
You can come as a volunteer and then do a trekking or safari or just come as a tourist and use us as our service to help us make more to do more. We have checked many agents and guides over the years and found one that is reliable with good guides and fair prices. we have agreed to donated 30 to 50% of the profit they make to Vision Nepal on every customer we send to them but the prices we will charge you are the same as if you went direct so it will not affect the price you pay.
So by now you may be asking what else the money Vision Nepal makes from this service goes towards.
Every year we have a few projects that volunteers come from across the globe to help with. These are support for children’s education fees and try to get free health camps that we run in the Government village schools we work with. It also does not take a paid job away from a local as the Government would never have enough money to budget for artwork.
The final goal is usually the base camp.
The free health camps have bigger numbers of people and a mix of foreign and Nepali volunteers who set up a free health camps using remote local village area or school. We try to offer free triage health checks, consultation with a doctor and free medicines to anyone who comes to see us over the 3 to 5 days we are open. We also now run health education awareness with the students after the med camps closes. On average we see between 300 and 500 people over the few days we are there and we aim to run at least ones year but with your help more.
On trekking and other activities Nepal has to offer you have a few more options than you may think. Of course trekking are the first Jungle Safaris activities that would come to mind for most and with 8 of the world’s highest peaks all here it’s not hard to see why. Everest or Sagarmatha to give it its local name is the highest peak in the world and has one of the most popular trekking called the Everest Base Camp trekking. Topping out Kalapatter about (5550) m. above sea level this is a trekking that will test you tolerance to altitude so trekkers beware. Then you have the stunning Annapurna ranges which are located more centrally. These are a little lower than the Sagarmatha range but are easier to access and have some breath taking views of snow-capped mountains. Poon hill, Annapurna base camp & Annapurna circuit are the main routes but many others are there to be explored. Langtang, Mustang, Manasalu, Tamang Heritage, Sailung, Pachpokhari and Dolpa are some of the other areas trekkers and climbers can explore should you wish to try a trekking on less trodden path. After this Nepal has a rich culture and heritage to share along with some rare and stunning wildlife.
Kathmandu is also holds so many hidden gems and secrets for the adventurous traveler to find. From the 55 window palace in Bhaktapur to the flying flags of Swoyambhunath, Boudhhanath Stupa in Valley Kathmandu has plenty of history and culture to explore.
If cities are not your thing and trekking seems too much like hard work then why not try Yoga and meditation in Nepal is the birth place of Lord Buddha and the second home of Hinduism so with that comes a deep spiritual and culture that’s rich in and spiritual healing.
Last but by no means least we have Nepal’s wildlife which when you know when and where to look can be pretty amazing. The two main parks are in the south on the border with India so have a much more India plain look and fee to them after being in the foothills. Here we have wild Bengal Tigers, Asian Elephant and single horn Rhino, mugger and Gharial crocodiles, Peacocks along with many other wild animals. Nepal is a small but densely diverse country with a topography starting at 70 m above sea level and topping out just less than 9000 m above sea level. This gives it a very unique look and feel while providing several different eco systems, 2 main religions, 100s of local languages and 1000s of species and natural wonders. If you are looking to come to Nepal as a volunteer or tourist and want to give a little back then all we ask if a chance to quote on your adventure ?
Should you choose to use the Vision Nepal booking service we will be only too happy to meet you when you are in Nepal and if possible take you to see what we do and how you have helped.
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Cost $1350/- each participate person:
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