Gap Year in Nepal

Gap Year in Nepal

Travel to exotic Nepal on your gap year and be rewarded with scenic nature, culture and incredible sights. After coming back from Nepal you feel enlivened. It’s a kind of stress remover that has lot more to give than most people are willing to accept. There are short and long gap year experiences available where you can experience exciting destinations which can help bring-back fun in your life along with new inspiration.

 
 

Nepal Gap Year Trips, Programs & Travel Ideas

Plan a Gap Year to Nepal

Joining a gap year program in Nepal will help you see as much as possible, companies will prepare all arrangements including: transfers, accommodation, meals and excursions. Traveling independently can be difficult due to the terrain and language barrier but on an organised experience you will get the easiest experience possible. Trip prices can vary dramatically and this really depends on how long you want to go for, which gap year organisation you join and book with. Generally local travel operators are cheaper than international companies, you will need to book in advance to get the best deals.

 

Best Gap Year Programs in Nepal

Travelers can get real life experience and a hands on experience by joining a structured gap year program in Nepal. There are lots of travel options for different aged people and a scope to do something meaningful while traveling and volunteering in Nepal. We can offer you an unforgettable volunteering and traveling experience In Nepal with the most affortable packages.

There are lots of gap year programs available where you can work in the rural communities of Nepal with ethical eco-tourism organisations. You will learn about local communities and get training to make you a useful participant. Provided is on going support which helps makes volunteering in Nepal unforgettable.

"I think the whole programme as a whole was very well organised. I never had to worry because I felt like I was a part of a well planned placement where I could join in with the Nepali life as much as possible and always knew what I was doing" - Alice Foren, UK