China + India
China + India
Population = 29 Million People
Currency = Nepalese Rupee
Language = Nepali
Despite its richness of culture and popularity as a trekking destination, Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world. Many communities live in strained circumstances and lack access to quality healthcare, education and income generation opportunities, which is why we need you to help us make a change.
We work in and around the Kathmandu Valley, based predominantly in the rural town of Dhulikhel. Here you will relish in the natural beauty of the valley and have the chance explore more than 6 World Heritage sites! We work alongside the local community to ensure that our programs are meeting current needs and volunteers like you can make a positive, long lasting impact.
We have a range of volunteer programs available including teaching, healthcare, community development environment and sustainability. By joining one of our Challenges in Nepal, you’ll have the opportunity to engage with the local community, immerse yourself in a vibrant culture and trek into the Himalayas on a once in a lifetime volunteer adventure!
Scroll down to see all our volunteer opportunities in Nepal.
Thank you Nepal for teaching me to give more, complain less and to simply appreciate the small things in life.Georgia Kosecki - Griffith University
I learnt so much more in this short time than I thought possible. While it will challenge you in many different ways, the sense of accomplishment and the amazing people you’ll meet along the way, make it one of the best experiences you’ll have.Maggie Campbell-Jones - La Trobe University
Volunteering in Nepal has been the most memorable and life changing experience.Kit Elliot - University of Queensland
Challenges Abroad Nepal was a rewarding and worthwhile experience. It was great to be a part of the school and I truly felt that our team made a difference.Alicia Coventry - Monash University
I'm going to miss the people, the views and the relaxed culture of Nepal. I've had an amazing time here and I know it won't be my last visit. In Nepal you don't say goodbye, but rather see you soon.Hannah Littler - Monash University