Traveling with Adventure Aid Nepal is not just a one-shot trip. The amazing footprint you will leave behind is a lifelong one, for everyone involved : you and the people you connect to. By combining an exciting adventure trip and voluntary work through our sustainable tourism approach, you will make a better life for yourself and the people from Nepal. It is also a unique way to experience travelling with a close connection to local people and the team of volunteers from around the globe, making the tights in between all of you meaningful and unforgettable.
CONNECT YOURSELF TO YOUR SOUL AND THOSE OF OTHERS : JOIN THE ADVENTURE!
Choosing sustainable tourism through volunteering will help you to
Adventure Aid Nepal is working in conjunction with The Juniper Trust, a charity completely run by volunteers where 100% of donations go towards the projects that are in need.
The Juniper Trust was founded in 1994 and since then it has strived to work in a low-impact, sustainable way to support the poorest communities, particularly children, listening to community needs in the developing world and working in equal partnership.
Juniper trust operates in many countries including India, Pakistan and Nepal. They have many years of experience and have developed relationships with local people of their respected areas to ensure that the correct project is selected and the money is going to the right places.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
A typical Adventure Aid Nepal group will :
GET INVOLVED WITH A PROJECT PRIOR TO LEAVING
– by raising money for their targeted project
– by getting involved through prior meetings
GET INVOLVED WITH A PROJECT ON SITE
– by volunteering on site on their targeted project
– by meeting local people related to project
ENJOY A UNIQUE TRAVEL EXPERIENCE
– by going on a well organized adventure trip
– by learning new skills from locals
– by living and eating with locals
– by living the spirit with fun!
Adventure Aid Nepal is an ongoing development project. Our trips are tailormade designed for you to achieve the best experience possible within our volunteering global aim project.