Choosing the right trek with the right company is crucial to the overall experience that you will have. If you are researching treks to Everest Base Camp, you will find thousands of companies offering you the very same trek at vastly different prices. This can be very confusing and raises …read more
My experience with WHOA group. Since connecting with Women High on Adventure Travel (WHOA) group a year ago it was finally now and finally time to connect face to face in Nepal Himalayas. There has never been so many interesting women together in my life traveling to Everest Base Camp …read more
This expedition is the very first of its kind. Hosted by Som Tamang, this inspiring expedition is the brain child of Sandra Carter from Colorado USA.
The tiny plane soared up into the air and below us we saw incredible views of Kathmandu, it didn’t take long before we were flying over and amongst the mountains.
In the mountain villages of Nepal, opportunities for women are few. Many young girls have little or no education, and marriage at an early age is still common. Take on Nepal and FHC have been working to change this for many years. As Take on Nepal has grown, we’ve begun …read more
Taking part in Take on Nepal’s student volunteer program after the earthquake has been an experience of a lifetime. I jumped on board at the last minute with an urge to help people affected by the devastation and make a real difference to the lives of village children. The local …read more
The images on our TV screens coming out of Nepal are scary. The situation in Kathmandu is visible to the world, and the pictures tell the story of a devastated city and people. What we don’t see are the images from the mountain villages like Batase. We don’t see them …read more
Your first view of Nepal will be from the airplane window as you land at Kathmandu airport, and it’s a view not to be missed. It takes in the mountains that surround the Kathmandu valley, the terraces used for farming that cover the hills, small villages and isolated farms, as …read more
Our June / July student tour is coming to an end, with all volunteers arriving back in Kathmandu in one piece. Reports are that the volunteers had a fantastic time. We’ll be posting more about their experiences over the next few weeks, and many of the volunteers will be writing …read more
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