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Nepal has some of the most stunning, remote mountain ranges in the world; however, these rugged and isolated areas were some of the hardest hit in the 2015 earthquake. Mont and REACH for Nepal Foundation are offering you a chance to get off the beaten track and experience the genuine culture of Nepal while making an actual difference in a remote village.

Change people's lives on this genuine 'off the beaten track' adventure: 3 days physical work rebuilding a remote village school, unique cultural experiences & guided trekking through some of the World's great ranges. The community project for the trip is being finalised and is likely to be in a village which will be at the end of the trek. Work will start on the project before the group arrives and the touring party will provide whatever assistance they can during the time we are there.

As part of the trip, we encourage travellers to raise a minimum of AUD $250 that will go towards the Foundation to carry out the project.



Trip Highlights

  •  Three day Community Rebuild Project in a Village
  •  Unique insights into Nepal village life, working alongside the community
  •  Trek with stunning views of Dhaulagiri and Annapurna ranges
  •  Sightseeing in Kathmandu including Pashupatinath and Boudhanath
  •  Pokhara Peace Stupa Walk
  •  Mountain flight from Pokhara to Kathmandu

Core Details

Date 30 Oct 2017 (Meet in Kathmandu)
Trip Duration 14 days ex Kathmandu
Cost AUD $2,690 per person twin share
Style Trekking, Community Rebuild Project
Group size 6 minimum, 12 maximum
Guide Local bilingual Guide 

*RFN is currently working towards obtaining deductible gift recipient (DGR) status, and will advise participants of the outcome as soon as possible.


  •   Accommodation throughout the tour
  •   B, L & D – as indicated in the itinerary
  •   AUD $100 voucher to shop gears at Mont Adventure Equipment
  •   Airport transfers on arrival and departure
  •   Domestic flight from Pokhara to Kathmandu
  •   Expert bilingual guide
  •   Group medical kit
  •   Private transportation
  •   All park entrance fees and trekking permits (passport photos may be required)
  •   Porters and porters’ insurance
  •   Farewell dinner with cultural dance


  •   International airfares
  •   Single supplement AU $350 extra
  •   Beverages when trekking in the mountains
  •   Personal equipment and clothing
  •   Protective gloves for working on the building site
  •   Fees to heritage sites in Kathmandu
  •   Travel insurance and Nepal visa fees (US $25 for 15 days)
  •   All expenses of a personal nature
  •   Tips to porter/guides


Community Project

  •  A positive attitude is more important than your level of strength or physical ability,
  •  There is no pressure during the project but you should be prepared for four to six hours of physical labour each day while working on the school building activity


  •  The trekking grade is easy – suitable for beginners with a reasonable level of health and fitness.
  •  There is a maximum of four hours walking, or approximately 5 km, each day.
  •  This trip does not spend time at altitudes above 2,500m so there is no risk of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS)


Day 1

Arrival at Kathmandu

Day 2

Kathmandu sightseeing B

Day 3

Bus to picturesque town Pokhara, Optional Cable Car to Temple. B & L

Day 4

Pokhara, Optional Warm up walk to Stupa B

Day 5

Trek - Overnight Panchase (B,L,D)

Day 6

Trek - Overnight Bhadurre (B,L,D)

Day 7

Trek - Overnight Australian Camp (B,L,D)

Day 8

Trek - Overnight Annapurna Eco Village (B,L,D)


Day 9

Trek and Community Work - Overnight Village (B,L,D)

Day 10

Community Work - Overnight Village (B,L,D)

Day 11

Community Work and travel to Pokhara B, L

Day 12

Pokhara, Free Day B

Day 13

Fly to Kathmandu B

Day 14

Departure B

B – Breakfast, L – Lunch, D – Dinner

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