Himalayan Mountain Conservation in Nepal

Company : Projects Abroad
Location : Ghandruk, Annapurna mountain range
Duration: 2 weeks to 1 Year+
Approx Costs: 1500 to 3000+ £ Pound (UK)

Volunteers on the Projects Abroad Conservation project in Nepal will work in the stunning Annapurna Mountain range in the Himalayas. 

The Annapurna Mountain range is home to the Snow Leopard, Black Bear, Musk Deer and several bird species including endangered species of vultures. This area is continuously threatened by the pressures of climate change, loss of habitat and human encroachment. The result is a loss of biodiversity and environmental degradation.

The main aim of this project is to preserve and enhance the natural resources within the area and aid social development in the villages. The project works with a national conservation organisation, Annapurna Conservation Area Project.

Volunteers on this project can get involved in a wide variety of activities such as; wildlife research, Rhododendron regeneration surveys, water station monitoring, and community-based activities, including rubbish collection and conservation education for the local communities.


How to apply?

  • Feel free to call or email us - we have a friendly team ready to answer your questions!
  • When you're ready to apply please complete an application form on the Projects Abroad website.
  • A deposit of £195 is required with your application. We will immediately acknowledge receipt of your application and deposit payment.

Start Dates


Costs / Benefits

Prices start from £1,295 for two weeks.

Projects Abroad cover:
- All your food and accommodation
- Transfers to and from the airport
- Transport to and from your placement (where required)
- Travel and medical insurance
- Support and 24 hour back-up from both our local and UK staff


No previous experience is necessary - you will be given any required training on arrival.

Booking / Enquiry

Projects Abroad Himalayan Mountain Conservation in Nepal Reviews

I loved this project!

I went to volunteer helping mountain conservation in Nepal with Projects Abroad and had a great time. The local people are very friendly and you also get lots of free time to travel and go trekking. I really hope to visit Nepal again soon!

By: Jinny
Nationality: American
Age: 27

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