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Rebuild Nepal

Trip Facts

$1050 USD

15 days , Kathmandu to Kathmandu

  • Style of Trek Tea House
  • Accommodation Hotel and Tent/ Temporary shelter
  • Transportation Private Vehicle
  • Grade


  • Visit Kathmandu
  • Volunteer in construction work at a remote village in one of the most damaged areas.
  • Experience the life of Nepalese by staying at their home.
  • Adventurous Trekking trips in the great dazzling Himalayas.
  • Life time experience of being involved in the noble cause of helping the disaster stricken people.

The earthquake of magnitude 7.9 that struck Nepal on 25th April, 2015 made a huge impact on the lives of the Nepalese. It led to the destruction of many historical monuments, made many Nepalese deprived of their shelters, took life of more than 8000 people and injured more than 23000. It brought damages to Durbar Squares of Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur. Dharahara got collapsed in the catastrophe. The day was remarked as a black day in the history of Nepal. The condition was worsened by a subsequent quake of magnitude 7.3 which hit the country on 12th May, 2015.

But the disaster has not taken away the determination and faith of Nepalese. Not long after the country and its people went through the devastation, people joined their hands in rebuilding Nepal. With the aid and support from people around the world and in co-ordination with the Government and local people, reconstruction works have already begun. If the work continues at the same pace, then it won’t take long to regain what the natural disaster has taken away. Would not it be perfect to support in rebuilding the nation which is one of the famous tourist landing place? The Himalayan kingdom needs your contribution to recuperate the loss. Nepalese need your encouragement and helping hands. 




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Pick-up from Tribhuvan International Airport, meeting with your guide and transfer to the Hotel. After the check in, there’ll be a meeting regarding the volunteer work as well as all the programmed activities. First, visit some areas of Kathmandu – a walk to the devastated Kathmandu Durbar Square and explore the complex with the beautiful palaces, temples, shrines and courtyards built by 

the ancient Nepali kings between the 12th and 18th century. This visit will be an opportunity to see the damages caused by the earthquake in the Durbar Square. Then, we take you to Thamel - the vibrant tourist area with hotels, restaurants and outdoor shops. Then, back to hotel and a short briefing regarding the technicalities of the trek. In the evening, you will get to enjoy a welcome dinner with Cultural Dance.

Overnight stay at Hotel.

Depending on the needs and the availability of volunteers at the time of your travel, you will be helping in:
- Nuwakot: The small district Nuwakot (Nine Forts), just about 2h drive northwest of Kathmandu, is one of those untouched Newari districts that seems to float somewhere between the 17th and 21st centuries. It’s one of Nepal’s undiscovered gems and worse hit by the first earthquake.
- Dhading: Dhading: This is the only district that borders West of Kathmandu and its land crosses Nepal from Northern Himalayas to the jungles of Chitwan in the South. Due to this, it is an area with an amazing diversity of cultures and ethnicities. Being so close to the epicentre of the first earthquake and the underdevelopment of most areas of Dhading, this was also one of the most affected areas.
- Rasuwa: This district is accessible from Kathmandu via Pasang Lhamu highway (H21), with its headquarters (Dhunche) being about 120 km from the capital. In the district alone, over 597 people lost their lives and over 700 got injured due to the disastrous earthquake and its aftershocks.

The relief works in these areas will be focused on:
    1. Shelter: After having provided tarpaulin, solar power sources, and other materials necessary to build and reinforce temporary shelters for communities living outdoors after their homes were destroyed or rendered uninhabitable. We’ll help in the reconstruction of the houses.
   2. Educational Continuity: To support education programs for children from families who have suffered casualties and for whom educational opportunities are severely threatened. We will be  helping at the local primary and secondary schools.
   3. Reconstructing Local Institutions and Resources: To initiate rebuilding of local resources such as water tabs and local community institutions such as health posts, temples, monasteries that have been debilitated or destroyed.

*        In case you have specific knowledge and/or abilities, please, let us know in advance so we can locate you where your help will create a greater impact.
*        Stay with a Nepali family in house or temporary shelter depending on availability.

 After breakfast, start scenic drive to Pokhara Valley via Prithvi Highway. Pokhara region hasn’t been much affected by the earthquake. Upon arrival in Pokhara, check in hotel for refreshment. Then, we will visit famous places in this city:
-Fewa Tal: Tal means lake in Nepali. Fewa Tal is the second largest lake in Nepal which covers an area of about 5.23 sq km which makes it suitable for boating.  During boating in this lake, we can enjoy it’s beauty by watching the enchanting surroundings and photographing the picturesque mountains. This is a life time experience which no visitor would like to miss during their stay in Pokhara.
-Temple Bahari: Built in the middle of Lake Fewa, the temple is one of the attractions of Pokhara valley. It is dedicated to the Goddess Ajima which is believed to protect the gods from the demons in the form of Goddess Durga (resemblance of power).  Overnight at hotel.


From Pokhara to Nayapul, it takes about 1 ½ hour by driving. The road is reasonably good. At Nayapul, within short walk, one can cross suspension bridge. After that, follows up bank of Modi River to Birethanti. From there, mountain trail leads through bamboo forest and passes a large waterfall-summing hole. The trail stays on the north bank of Burundi River to Bajagara. Beyond a pasture used by Pony caravans, the trail reaches Sudami then climbs steadily up through the valley reaching Tikhedhunga (1495m). Walking time takes about 5 hours.
(Overnight at the tea house )

From the place of Hile, after a short walk the trail crosses a steam on suspension bridge and leads the climb very steeply on a stone staircase. It leads continuously steep to the large village of Ulleri at 2,070m. From there, one can witness the eye catching views of mountains Annapurna (7,219m), Himchuli (6,440m) and Fishtail (6,996m). After that, the trail leads through deep magnificent oak and Rhododendron forest up to Ghorepani (2,850m). Walking time takes about 6/7 hours.

From the place of Hile, after a short walk the trail crosses a steam on suspension bridge and leads the climb very steeply on a stone staircase. It leads continuously steep to the large village of Ulleri at 2,070m. From there, one can witness the eye catching views of mountains Annapurna (7,219m), Himchuli (6,440m) and Fishtail (6,996m). After that, the trail leads through deep magnificent oak and Rhododendron forest up to Ghorepani (2,850m). Walking time takes about 6/7 hours.
(Overnight at the tea house)

Trail leads to Ghandrung from Tadapani all the way of descends and flat through the oak and Rhododendron Forest.At Ghandrug the trail leads to Nayapul, the route almost descending and flat through the bank of Modi River and passes several villages such as Kimle, and Birethani and comes Nayapul. Walking times takes about 6 hours, after Nayapul drive back to Pokhara.

Preparation of luggage and departure at 9:30 to Kathmandu. We will drive towards Kathmandu enjoying the incredible variations in the views as we approach the city. The variations include the great highland rice fields, large bamboo forests and tropical vegetation to pine forests and rhododendrons and then finally we reach the city of Temples, Kathmandu. We reach in the afternoon after which you will be given free time for last minute shopping, for walking on the streets of Thamel and do preparation for returning home.

Free day for preparation for departure and check out from the hotel and transfer to the airport.


You will be happily served and facilitated by Nepal Social Treks with:

Tour cities & village living:

  • Transfer to / from airport to hotel international flights.
  • Kathmandu Hotel accommodation in a double room with breakfast.
  • Village Family home accommodation, Full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
  • Guided tour of the city with all entry and guided tours to the cultural, historical and heritage sites.


  • Full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner) in trekking.
  • Tea and coffee during the trip.
  • Accommodation in teahouse / lodge during trekking.
  • Private transportation to and from the starting and ending points of the trek.
  • Provide sleeping bag.
  • Local professional guide with extensive experience and accredited by the Nepalese government.
  • First Aid Kit Comprehensive.
  • ACAP permit and TIMS Card for the region (Annapurna)
  • Adequate insurance for the guide.
  • Trekking Shirt.



You will be facilitated by Nepal Social Treks for :
  • Travel insurance, while on trekking, travel insurance should be valid.
  • Nepal entry visa fee US$40 for one month which you will get in Kathmandu airport upon arrival.
  • Items of personal nature expenses such as alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, laundry, mineral water.
  • Tips for trekking guide & porters which is expected.
  • International airfare and airport taxes, excess baggage charges.
  • Articles written by staff costs, as hot shower, battery charge, Telephone, etc.
  • Medical evacuation in case of emergency.
  • Expenses incurred due to accidents, landslide, strikes, political unrest, etc.



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