• Nepal
    • Kathmandu
2 to 12 weeks

Program Details

Age Min.
Age Max
Short Term Spring Break Summer Winter Year Round


Starting Price
Price Details
A small deposit is all that’s required to get started and assigned a Trip Coordinator. Pay your balance off with a flexible payment plan that suits you.

Volunteer project placement
Dedicated Trip Coordinator
Pre-Departure Guide
Personal Travel Concierge
Global Travel Cover
Return airport transfer
Volunteer accommodation
‘Welcome to Nepal’ orientation
Certificate of completion
Ongoing local team support
24/7 Global Emergency Line
gWorld access
Global Academy
Marketplace deals
$250 off your next trip
Mar 06, 2023
Jun 04, 2020
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About Program

Home of the world's highest peaks, and deepest canyons. Nepal is a land of extremes! You’ll see fascinating beauty; in architecture, landscapes and art but you’ll also, unfortunately, see some horrendous eye-opening poverty.

Nepal is a country that needs your help and with our unique trip, you can choose exactly HOW you want to help. You can take your pick between orphanage care, teaching, childcare and orphanage care. If you can’t choose (or want to mix it up a bit while you’re there) we can arrange for you to do more than one!

Picture yourself in stunning Kathmandu. Diving into the culture, history, traditions and food of this incredible ancient culture. While making a real difference to the community.

Start your adventure knowing that everything is sorted for you! From placements, to accommodation, visa support, transfers and everything in between!

This is the best way for you to see Nepal, and know you made a difference to those who need it most!

Consider your impact: Volunteering abroad can be a rewarding experience for both volunteers and local communities, and at Go Overseas, we believe all volunteers should have the resources to make informed decisions about the type of volunteer project they want to partake in. However, despite best intentions, some organizations offering placements in orphanages may unknowingly place children in danger. You can read about the potential dangers of orphanage volunteering here.

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Program Highlights

  • Rest easy knowing that your placement has been highly vetted. We’ve been there and worked with them personally, so we know from experience that they’re doing amazing work!
  • Accommodation and food all included so pretty much your only expenses will be if you want to explore Nepal after your placement!
  • Arrive in safety, comfort and style with return airport transfers.
  • Supplies to perform your volunteer duties.
  • Personal Trip Coordinator, ongoing support from our in-country partners & 24/7 Global Emergency Line.

Program Reviews

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Yes, I recommend this program


This country is honestly so breathtaking and brought me pure happiness, from the view just outside of my window, to the top of a mountain, nepal is a treasure box waiting to be opened!

This was my very first trip away and the best really! I met some incredible people, some who I never got to say goodbye too as my trip was cut short. However, I am going back next year to teach English in a school, for more than two months this time! I loved it that much that my life is no a part of nepal! Thank you so much to the team that supported before I left!

What would you improve about this program?
Tell people that it won’t always be a 5 star hotel, a couple volunteers we’re expecting that.
54 people found this review helpful.
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Yes, I recommend this program

Namaste Nepal

Teaching children at the Milkyway school in Kathmandu Nepal was very eye-opening. It is nice to see how happy people are there with the relatively little things they have. They know how to focus on what is important rather than materialistic things and it was enlightening to see and be apart of. I told the principal of the school that I thought this and he said to me "We are Nepali. We are happy." I thought this was a nice way of living. I felt privileged to have had the opportunity to see this community and experience a change of mindset as a result. I am grateful.

What was your funniest moment?
The children would draw all over me with whiteboard marker, including on my face. It was cute.
52 people found this review helpful.

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