Are you thinking for a travelling with a cause and purpose? Now Gap Year Programs with GAP Year Nepal comes with this reality. You are now working together with the wonderful Nepalese community in our community building tours.Your travelling is going to be memorable not only for you but also to the communities, as you are supporting in the construction of libraries,schools or community centers. So, you desired for your meaningful contribution in your GAPYear. Be a part of it!!!
Every Sunday All Year Round
Leadership, Playing with Kids, Immerse with local
Minimum 2 to maximum 8
LIMITED SPACE, Join Group
Namaste, Today is a very strange day and all my feelings are so messed up. I have been here in Nepal for eleven weeks and now it is time to go back to Sweden, which makes me sad and happy at the same time. Sad, because I have met so many nice people here that I am going to miss a lot, Happy, because of all the things I have learned here that are going to be useful for the rest of my life gratitude, independence and an “every thing will be okay in the end “ mentality. Honestly my first one/two weeks in Nepal were horrible. It was the first time that I was travelling alone, I did not feel comfortable with speaking English and the culture shock was indescribable. Though, what does not hill you makes you stronger and now, when I look back on my stay in Nepal, there is no doubt that it is the best thing that has even happened to me. When I got out of my comfort zone and become more open-minded, things started to be amazing. In Kathmandu, I mainly worked as an English and Math teacher at a Monastery, which I really enjoyed. Nevertheless, I have also managed to travel around and see most of the fantastic Dal Bhat country. For example, I have visited Bhaktapur, Nuwakot, Chitwan, Pokhara, Nagarkot, and Lumbini. Thank you so much GAPYearNepal, I am eternally grateful for every thing you have done for me. You are all awesome, keep up the good work!
After one of the most useless rescue missions after the earthquake I’m so happy to have found such a great organization as Gap Year Nepal that really makes a difference. I’ve worked with awesome volunteers in 3 different schools in the surrounding of Kathmandu and loved every minute of it. With blisters on my hand and a sore back my time to go has now come but I will never forget this and hope to return soon.
Where to begin… wow words cannot describe the experience I had working with you guys to rebuild schools after the earthquake. My heart is filled with such fond memories and I will forever cherish the way you treated me and how friendly and caring everyone has been during my stay here. I wish you all the best for the future and may you get tons more volunteers (equally as awesome as us) to come and assist you in all the great work you guys are doing. I will miss you dearly and hope to be back one day again. Take care of yourself and big hugs.