On January 2018 I started a three months experience in Nepal. The first two months are a volunteer experience in Chitwan and Pokhara and I have the third month free to trek and discover the country on my own. Right now I am at my first location, an orphanage in Chitwan where I share my time and work with a bunch of children and the family who’s taking care of them.
My volunteer was organised from Spain and that’s why when I arrived to Kathmandu my coordinator gave me a lot of preciously useful information about what I may encounter, how to behave and a few basic words in the Nepali language. Of course, everyday I’m completing these insights with what I live and learn from them.
I highly value this information and knowledge, which is extremely helpful for tourists, volunteers or any kind of visitors. That’s why I’m assembling a basic guide about Nepal for everyone wanting to visit the country: ‘The ultimate guide to visit Nepal: everything you need to know’. As I’m currently writing it, the posts you have available right now are the following:
I’m also preparing a post with general information about Nepal and tips on how to behave, and another one about the facilities you can expect to find depending on the type of accomodation you book. Subscribe and visit again to receive the updates!
I would also love to hear from you what do you wanna know about the country, so leave a comment and I will do my very best to prepare a post to help you with your queries!