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School Travel in Nepal

School Travel in Nepal

During the 2 week adventure volunteer trek to remote villages of the Himalaya, you will deliver school supplies and teach at village schools. Our goal with this trek is to:

Be sure kids in need have proper school supplies to read, write and learn.

Deliver new shirts for school children in Tawal Village. Having the same clothes of the same quality promotes equality.   This is very important for children in the Tawal and surrounding village around, and others who are marginalized.

Help students learn in English. Students generally learn language, math, science and social studies in English.

Help teachers in Tawal village to practice English fluency and latest technology.

Introduce new technology in schools.

Suggest play learning techniques that help children learn and retain information easily.

Suggest school children after they finish their high school

Schedule and Pricing

Trek fee is U$D1500. A U$D300 deposit is required to hold your space. Balance due 30 days prior before trek.

2 week fully supported trek to remote Tawal villages or around of Nepal in Himalayan foothills.

Local Home stay/tented, meals, transportation, and local guides are provided.

Your fee helps provide school supplies, teaching tools and clothing to children in the villages you visit.

The overall goal of this trip is to not only ensure that children in remote villages of Nepal are getting the supplies that they need to foster learning, but to ensure that their teachers stay connected with other educators and facilitators. By helping the Village children and the teachers in these remote villages, we foster growth and sustainability.


Volunteer and teaching in Nepal People in the west are constantly in touch with technology, and through this they are learning and advancing at a lightning speed rate. However, some remote areas of Nepal where education tools are scarce, it is hard for those schools and the children to keep up. It starts a cycle where lack of education leads to lack of education. The more educated, highly fluent teachers often leave remote communities to find a better life in Kathmandu, or out of the country. The remote village schools do their best, but their facilities, supplies, and educational materials are limited and dated.

We needed volunteers who are fluent in English to help us bring supplies to the schools and improve literacy in these villages through visiting….