Take a sabbatical and come to the mesmerizing country of Nepal. In Nepal, we are happy to make the above come true and bring you closer to nature for freshness to make you feel delighted and collect all those positive vibrations of the almighty Himalayas. Find out more on our off-time programs and the integrated volunteering component, combining a touristic experience with contributing to projects such as teaching English to children or hands-on projects like rebuilding destroyed schools. Your desire for a life-changing Sabbatical!! We are here with Gap Year Nepal Sabbaticals. Feel blessed and let your fellow mates be jealous of the nature adventure Sabbatical Break.
Welcome to Nepal during your sabbaticals in Nepal. It’s our pleasure to share with your company that Nepal is the best destination for your employees during the sabbaticals. The small but diversified country in the landscape, culture, people and the multifaceted experiences, sabbatical in Nepal can be the right solution for revitalizing and reenergizing for the days ahead.
The Nepal Sabbaticals highlights can be presented hereunder:
Buddhist and Hindu cultural sights visit: Nepal has the best of the middle age monuments describing the Hindu and Buddhist architecture. It's an opportunity to compare today’s world with the developments of the middle age. Nepal is the living museum.
Trekking: Endowed with the highest mountain ranges of the world, Nepal is the place to go away from the world of modern amenities to immerse with nature. With this true natural experiences, it gives the new life skills to cope with the new situations and challenges
Local experiences. Nepal is the land of communities with lots of villages and the communities. A traditional living experience with the happiest families can teach you to explore the happiness within the basics.
Spiritual development: There is an opportunity to learn meditation and yoga with experienced teachers from Buddhist and Hindu traditions. These learning have been proven to be the best learning for stress management, self-understanding, compassion, and cooperation.
Relaxation and Luxury travels: With the best of Jungles, Lakes and Himalaya viewpoints, there is ample of time for the relaxations too.
Along with Nepal is the best place for Adventure sports practices like Rafting, Bungee Jumping, Paragliding.
With all these ingredients during the sabbaticals, employees will be prepared for the new challenges of work and career. Sabbaticals in Nepal can be the best alternative to increase the work efficiency of Individuals.
We are so thankful to have met Linda and been invited to join the GapYearNepal team. It has been an absolute pleasure working with some amazing people and helping the Nepalese rebuild after the earthquake. The work you guys re doing is so great! I wish GapYearNepal all the best for the future.
Gap Year Nepal, The things I have experienced since I joined this wonderful team of people are exceptional. You give people the opportunity to rise above themselves, volunteers and locals alike, and together achieve something unparalleled. Thank you so much for making that happen. You guys and we all together rock!
Dear Gap Year Nepal Team, Thank you so much for including me and making me feel like one of the team. My time here in Nepal has been so very special. I have learned so much in the last two months about humanity, teamwork and the human spirit. I would like to thank everyone who contributed their time whether it was a week/day/month, every small action helps! I hope Nepal rebuilds its walls and restores itself to its former beauty. I will be back soon to see! What an incredible country, with such humble human beings. It was an absolute pleasure visiting your country! Keep up the amazing work Gap Year Nepal. Until we meet again, lots of love
Thank you for this beautiful opportunity and chance to give just a little bit of my energy and time to do something nice and good for others that need help in difficult time of their lives
5 weeks3 projects1 amazing team, Gap Year NepalI’m very grateful for having been involved!! You guys are amazing!Bis Bald!
I arrived at a busy time for Gap Year Nepal, meetings, meetings, meetings!! So many people, donors, volunteers, NGOs, advisers, busy but very productive. I have had the great pleasure of working with such a beautiful group of souls, so much light and love! Anish, Shiva, Santosh, my chori (Bijaya), Didi, al the team looked after me and made sure I was ok. The earth was rocking but we were all together working for Nepal and its’ wonderful people. A fabulous experience and very treasured. Resilience! So much light and love,
I really can’t that Gap Year Nepal for the experience they have given me. After the devastating earthquake of 2015 I initially found it really hard to find a way to help out. However thankfully, I soon found Gap Year Nepal and they offered everything I was looking for. I ended up spending a whole month with these guys rebuilding schools in and around Kathmandu and it was unforgettable. Not only did I have an opportunity to finally get sucked in, and give something back to Nepal but I also made some incredible friends along the way. Really golfed to be leaving, but I’m certain I will back one day. FOR REAL YOPEACE OUT GAP YEAR NEPALYEAH
My experience in Nepal (3 months) I flew in from South India and met a chaotic Kathmandu. It was not love at first sight. I moved out to a little village, Nuwakot and like that. I taught science in an English school which was challenging. I really loved the students. My family was very nice. Then after four weeks I moved back to Katmandu to work in Kanti Children’s Hospital. They didn’t have any plan for me but I hanged around with the students. They took car of me. But I didn’t do any proper work there, just observing. I went 10 days to Kapan Monastery for a Buddhist and meditation course, which I can really recommend. I went to yoga at Pranayama, which I also would like to recommend. Thank you for helping me around,
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.
My Experience in Nepal : I spent in Nepal one month for Med Volunteer in Kathmandu. I worked in B.P. Smriti Hospital (Emergency Ward) and I loved it! Doctors were really nice to me and happy to answer all my questions and I totally loved the nurses!! I learned to many practical medical things! My family was kind and always ready to help me. I enjoyed the food (thank you Prem). Bijaya from Gap Year Nepal is such a cool person, she helps me a lot the first days when I was feeling lost and she is still one of my best friends (love you honey!). The welcome from Gap Year Nepal was great and well organized.