Imagine waking up every morning to a view of some of the largest mountains in the world, or trekking through the Himalayas to your project site? This is what you get to experience with Trek to Teach.
Imagine having the opportunity to visit a foreign land, learn of a new culture and experience a completely new way of life. Imagine waking up every morning to a view of some of the largest mountains in the world. Visualize ending your day going to sleep under a sky seeing more stars than you have ever seen, and the best part; having a chance to impact Nepali youth in an impressionable and positive way. All this is possible when you volunteer in the Himalayas of Nepal. It's one of the most beautiful places on earth yet in much need of help. Volunteer in the Himalayas as a teachers to assist at the local Nepali schools. You can choose what you would like to teach based on your skill sets and abilities. At the project you will be working to improve the education system of Himalayan Nepal through providing necessary teachers, vocational training and skill-building to children from remote villages. You will also have the opportunity to partake of local life of Nepal by living with a Nepali family, learning about their way of life, customs and food.
Confirmation and registration fee, Volunteer placement coordination, Pre-departure information, 24/7 In-country assistance, airport pick up, accommodation, food, transport, legal permit, local guide
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