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Dear All,
Namaste and warm greetings!!
We at Mission Eco Trek,Would like to inform you that our grand offer treks and tours has been published in this section so please find some of them as below::

An exploration of awesome Tibetan culture and views of the incredible Kangshung face of Everest and the world's highest situated Ronbuk Monastery.

Fly In Drive Out or Drive in Fly Out
Tibet Everest base camp tour involves driving form kathmandu to Tibet Rogbouk monastery offering some breathtaking Tibetan mountain with dramatic high pass, beautiful lakes, amazing views of Mt. Everest and hiking trip up to base camp.

First day drive to Nyalam and stay over night there for acclimatization. We further drive to Everest base camp via Tingri crossing breathtaking pass (5050m). Hike up to Everest base camp and spend the night at base camp. After exploring Everest base camp further drive to Lhasa via beautiful and historical cites, blue lakes, old monastery and real Tibetan villages.

Reach Lhasa, two full days sightseeing with our guide in cities including Potala palace, Norbulikha palace, Jokhang temple, Sera monastery and Derpung monastery. End of your trip our guide and driver will transfer to airport for your onward flight.

Day by day Itinerary

Drive to Airport for the flight from Kathmandu to Lhasa on Air China. This one hour thirty minutes Trans Himalayan Flight will give you an opportunity to have an aerial view of the Mt. Everest and other Himalayan Peaks. Arrival at Gonggar airport around 14.00 hrs. Local time. After clearing immigration and customs it will be a two hour drive to cover the 93 km. to Lhasa which is situated at an altitude of 3670 meters. Upon arrival we check in at the hotel, right in the heart of the old city.

During these three days tour in Lhasa we visit the Potala palace, Sera and Drepung monasteries, the Norbulinka palace and Jokhang temple including the surrounding Barkhor.

You begin your overland adventure with a full day drive to Gyantse. Along the way you cross the Kamba la (4794m) and the Karo la pass (5010m), both grant spectacular views. After the Kamba la you come to Yamdrok tso, also known as the Turquoise Lake. Altitude 3900m.

In the morning visit Gyantse stupa and monastery followed by a two hour drive to Shigatse. Here see the enormous Buddha in the famous Tashilumpo monastery. The seat of the Panchen Lama. Altitude 3800m.

The journey today brings you over two high passes with fine views. For lunch we stop in the small town of Lhatse. Depending on how much time we spend during the morning in Shigatse we might stay overnight in Lhatse. Altitude 4350 m.

Begins with the Tsho La (4500m) and ends with the spectacular view of Mt. Everest from Rombuk monastery. Relax tonight and stroll around the monastery. Altitude 5050m

Get up early in the morning and start the two and half hour leisurely walk (one way) to the base-camp (5200m) itself. You should return early afternoon to head to Lao Tingri. Lao Tingri is a small Tibetan town that offers the best view even from a toilet that you’re unable to experience from anywhere in the world. Altitude 4200 m.

Make sure you have some photos left for the panoramic view of the Himalayan range as you cross the Lalung la pass (5050m). In the evening relax in Kathmandu.

Tour cost:UD$950 Per Person (group size 02 - 04 Pax)
Tibet/China visa fee:US$114 ($200 for USA people)
Single Supplement: US$ 150.00
Flight Cost: US$ 379.00 per person (Kathmandu ELhasa)

Service Includes:
Twin sharing accommodation on bed and breakfast basis, Four Wheel drive, Tibet Travel and Everest base camp permits, English speaking guide, Monasteries entrance Fees, Lhasa city tours with all necessary entry permits, Airports pick up and transfer by Car or Van, Pick up by Car from Kodari boarder to Kathmandu.

Service Excluded:
All expenses of personal nature, Nepal re-entry visa fee, Insurance, In case of landslides extra charge for porters and transportation, Airfare Tibet visa fee and Emergency evacuation.

For more Info:
Ram Kumar Adhikari
Mission Eco Trek

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SNS Nepal is an initiative set up by an enthusiastic team of locals within the Pokhara area.The main objective of SNS Nepal is to be a catalyst towards social change through enhancing educational opportunities, health care, environmental awareness and cultural exchange.

Through SNS Nepal we offer a number of volunteer programs which include teaching at a local school, raising awareness on issues such as the environment, sanitation & health care. We believe in providing volunteers with the opportunity to experience and learn about Nepali culture first hand through language classes and home stays.

We Offer,

-Teaching English and various subjects at schools,
-Teaching Buddhist monks and study about Buddhism
-Work with orphans
-Home stay and cultural exchange
-Photography and Journalism
-Environmental awareness

Besides volunteer placement, We offer various adventure program to explore the beauty of Nepal like Trekking, Rafting, Climbing, Elephant safari, Mountain flight, Bungee jumping, Paragliding and more
Feel free to contact us anytime in case you have any questions or concerns.

SNS Volunteer Nepal
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SNS Nepal is a non profitable volunteer organization establish by Nepalese youth volunteers, Works in education, environment, health and sanitation in different rural areas of Nepal. We enable volunteers to forge links with schoolchildren, youth groups and communities. We believe that this cultural exchange is invaluable for empowering our poor rural communities and for strengthening the bonds of understanding across the globe.
Our Programs
Teaching English:
We will provide you with training to enable you to teach English in Nepal. The system of teaching is different here so you will be taught local teaching methods. The schoolchildren will be between 9 and 15 years of age and have a basic level of English. You will also be engaged to liaise with teachers of the school, to assist them with their teaching practice and conversational English, developing their skills for the future. You will have the chance to live with a Nepali family near the school. You will teach for about 3 to 4 hours each day, 6 days a week (Saturday is the day off). You will also be involved in an informal education program, teaching in community youth clubs or a women’s group for 1 to 2 hours a day.
Work in an orphanage:
SNS Nepal puts volunteers on an attachment to an orphanage where they will live with children assisting them in their daily routine. The children are usually between 3 and 16 years of age and will have a basic understanding of English. You will teach the orphanage children between 7am and 9am, and from 6pm to 8pm. You will provided with training to help you to teach the children general life skills, and to take classes about environmental issues, health and sanitation, as well as arts and music.
SNS Nepal is a small charity, working to change the lives of poor children in orphanages and to provide them with an opportunity to become active in the community. We need your help to succeed.
You can help the orphanage children in the following ways:
• Volunteering to work in an orphanage
• Helping the children with their school work
• Donating money for their education
• Fundraising
• Encouraging the children
Work with rural women’s group:
Volunteers are placed in a village, usually living with a family. In the village you can focus your time to work with women’s groups and mothers’ groups, assisting with activities such as plantation, informal education classes, tailoring training and income-generating


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Volunteer in Nepal with VORD.

VORD Nepal is a NGO located in Kathmandu, Nepal. We organize volunteer programs for students and individuals in the fields of: education, environment and wildlife.

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