The outdoor adventure program is designed to raise future global leaders. By cooperating with others through challenges to reach the final destination, high schoolers pick up invaluable communication and negotiation skills.
During the first few days, we will focus on getting adjusted to your new home in Nepal. We will have team-building activities to get to know you and your teammates better, and we will discuss safety and responsibility while outdoors. Did we mention tasty traditional Nepalese foods?
We will participate in a variety of outdoor activities, from xxx to xxx! Depending on the group size, we will divide into teams so that everyone can stay accountable for each other and learn the sports in a smaller group setting.
Skills gained: Cultural awareness, adaptation, team building, group dynamics
In the second week, we will hold various tournaments to stir up some friendly competition! We will review the different types of sports and activities and tally up the scores of different teams. On the last day, we will celebrate our accomplishments together and reflect on the interpersonal skills we have learned the past two weeks. The winners of the tournaments may get a surprise gift!
Skills gained: Cooperation, sportsmanship, reflection
Every Sunday All Year Round
Leadership, Playing with Kids, Immerse with local
Minimum 2 to maximum 8
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It started three months ago in the month of March 2015 when I arrived in Nepal and what was to come in the following month would no less be the experience of my life to date. We have a funny way of dealing with trauma in a society that begs solidarity; in the west we have become masters of our own folly. But here in Nepal the vibrancy of community, the happiness in people magnifies in the face of adversity. Two major earthquakes proved that people are not so socially fallible. And then I meet with Gap Year Nepal under most auspicious circumstances. The work they are carrying out is a reflection of the beauty of the people of Nepal. This joint effort with Nepalese and travellers has inspirited my own efforts in creating a world without boundaries, a world where we can help each other regardless of race and creed. Gap Year Nepal, thank you for all you have done for me, for Nepal and the world at large.
I Love the MountainsI had a really good stay here in Nepal .I think the program for the first month was perfect. We all had a wonderful time and you were helping us all time think maybe that you don’t need to send guide with us on the rafting Chitwan Pokhara trip. it would have been nice to be our self and we have your phone Number thinks the trip to Tibet was really good but the guide didn’t tell us so much about Tibet, maybe because he couldn’t it would have been nice if he had told us more. Everest fantastic .the volunteer work good but also difficult .i learned lot about the Nepali culture maybe too much. it was amazing tour and I think a really good partner in Nepal .