Education Tours Project In Nepal 14 Day.

Welcome to Gurla Mandata

Trip Facts 

Duration: 14 Days ( Max Altitude: 3,210 m.   Trek  Grade:Easy. )  Per Day Walking: 4 – 6 Hours. Accommodation: Tea house + Home Stay). Best Season: Whole Year

The Introduction of Education Tours Project Work  Area

Education Tours Project In Nepal 14 Day. The “Sunkoshi , Village development community” situated at the Dhading district. It is 2 ½ hour drive from Kathmandu and on the way to Pokhara. This village also has most local people depending on agriculture and some are also depending in government job like- teacher, officer and  E T C. We can also see Brahmin, Newar, Damai, Gurung, kami and sarki people in this village. The high cast people also called as “Brahmin, are giving good study to their children in good Boarding school in district headquarter and poor people like – Damai, Kami, Sarki and Gurung are studying in the local primary school. Once they finished the primary level they walked 1 hour uphill to the next school for higher education…,,


This is an opportunity to help in a wide range of practical village-based projects. Education Tours Project  Community project work are usually decided upon in consultation with local communities, but you can use your initiative to suggest projects of your own.  Projects usually partly funded by the communities and partly by our partner organization and/or volunteer contributions.  It is essential that you are sensitive to the needs and wishes of the local community. This service project provides the exchange knowledge about each other where also helping the “needs of Nepali communities” by contributing a small amounts of the help where needed.

NTA has also been conducting similar Educational Tours programmer in different village of this district by organizing the “Heath Camp Project” to the local poor people  since last  years. You’ll work in a group usually with minimal supervision. Often you’ll also work alongside villagers, learning about traditional methods of building and working. Example projects also include; different cast & religions cultural performances and also School play ground compounding and awareness of cleaning the surrounding, toilet, drinking water projects, recycling projects and learning Nepalese style agriculture.

Community Maintenance Program:

The Community Maintenance program is an opportunity to help in a range of community-based projects in a practical way. Students will be placed in projects as basic as building the water storage tank, compounding the walls of school and learning the Nepalese agriculture. All projects are also undertaken using local, Nepali standard tools and virtually everything is done by hand. This programme also involves students undertaking jobs that require no specific skills, and often involves large amounts of humping, dumping and digging!

Community project work  types and  it’s benefit for these people:

  1. Cultural performance ( with different custom of dances)
  2. Cultural Exchange
  3. Educational exchange & Friendship with Nepali students
  4. Social awareness drama
  5. Nepali Agricultural learning
  6. Building water storage Tank
  7. Compounding the school wall
  8. Distributing the water pipeline to the villagers home

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Available departures

  • Day 01: Arrival in Nepal. Overnight in Kathmandu
  • Day 02: Drive to project work place Dhading
  • Day 03: Community work
  • Day 04: Continuing the same community work
  •  Day 05: Compounding the school ground in Village school
  • Day 06: Nepali Agriculture learning with practical
  • Day 07: Pokhara - Naya Pul (bus) – Tirkhedunga (trek)
  • Day 08: Tirkhedunga - Ghorepani (2775 m) in 5hrs.
  • Day 09: Ghorepani - Poon Hill (3210 m) - Tadapani (2540 m) in 6 hrs.
  • Day 10: Tadapani - Ghandruk (1940 m) 4 Hrs.
  • Day 11: Ghandruk – Nayapul (5 Hrs) – Drive to Pokhara (2 Hrs)
  • Day 12: Drive to Kathmandu
  • Day 13: Whole day Kathmandu city sightseeing
  • Day 14: Fly to their destination.
  • Accommodation during project work During project work, students will be staying in a tented camp in a ground near to the house. Where the toilet and bath room you can used from them. There will be a normal bathroom and common toilet. For taking hot shower there will be a gas heater for warming the water. For the electricity you can expect your own home and access to electricity. However, this can vary from family to family. Please be aware that during the dry season 'load shedding' is common, which means that electricity supply is turned off to each district at varying times of the day/week.
  • Accommodation during trekking
  • During trekking, students will be staying in tea houses. Where there will be a common bathroom and warm heater inside the dining hall.
  • Food during project work
  • During your placement three main meals per day and a snack and tea are provided. There will be a different continental food prepared by our will trained cook. And some time to taste the local diet is 'daal bhat tarkaari': a mountain of rice, a soup made with lentils and a vegetable curry type dish - accompaniments may include 'roti' or 'chapati' (flat bread) and 'achaar' (pickle). And for the drinking water we will supply enough mineral water daily.
  • Food during trekking  
  • During your trekking there will be three main meals per day. Breakfast, Lunch and dinner. Where you will get few things choice from menu in group divide for a lunch. Like in dinner and breakfast you can choose any items you like from the optional menu. You will get each cup of tea per meal but for other drinks you will need to buy your self- like mineral water, coke, fanta and any alcoholic drinks.
  • Communication 
  • There is only reception of international phone calls from mobile phone. In case of emergency we can also have these facilities available nearby the district headquarter, making it easy to stay in contact with friends and family back home.
  • Airport picks up/ drops
  • Accommodation in Kathmandu hotel for 2 nights and 2 nights in Pokhara BB
  • All night’s accommodation during trekking
  • Tented camp accommodation during project work
  • Refreshments during project work (Drinks like-Tea, coffee, milk, mineral water)
  • All needed ground transportation during project work and trekking
  • Three times meal a day during trekking and Project work
  • An experiences guide and number or porters during trekking
  • Cook, helper and number of porters during project work
  • Trekking permits, Time and all entrances fees during trekking
  • Insurances of our staff
  • Doctor during trekking and project work
  • Medical kit boxes
  • cost :-
  • Your personal nature things
  • Any kinds of drinks (Except 3 cups coffee/ tea during only in trekking)
  • Food in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Tips to your guide, porters, cook, driver  and helpers staff
  • Any other things which are not mentioned in included list
  • Your personal insurances



My country Nepal

Nepal is a very beautiful country. It is also a landlocked country. China lies in the east side of the country. Likewise, India in west, north and south. It lies in the northern hemisphere. Our country has three geographical zones. They are Himalayan, Mountainous and Terai. Here, we have monsoon climate. It is very cold and dry during winter. And hot, stormy and rainy in summer. Furthermore, it is rich in natural beauty and resources. Here are long and wide rivers. Such as Koshi, Gandaki, Karnali, etc. Moreover, here are large lakes also. Like Rupa, Begnas, Rara, etc. Likewise, we have green valleys, lovely water falls, etc. Similarly, it is rich in religious and historical heritages. Lumbini, Gorkha, Janakpur, Kathmandu are the famous examples.

Nepal is highly diverse country. And has rich geography, culture, and religions. The mountainous north has many mountains. It includes eight of the world’s ten highest mountains. This also includes the highest  mountain Sagarmatha. It is known as Mount Everest in English. The fertile and humid south is heavily urbanized. It contains over 240 peaks. They are more than 20,000 ft. (6,096 m) above sea level.

People of many castes and religions live here. About hundred languages are spoken  here. Our popular foods are dal bhat, dhindo, gundurk etc. Similarly, Dashain, Tihar, Lhosar, Id etc. They are the most popular festivals. We celebrate these festivals very happily. Most  of the people are farmers. They grow rice, corn, wheat, millet, potato etc. Some people in the cities are businessmen also.  Likewise, some have industries. Therefore, people living here are very laborious.

Nepal is rich in natural resources. So, tourists love to visit our country. They can see endangered birds and animals here. Also, they can enjoy natural beauty. So, tourism is our potential industry.

Nepal is small but rich in natural resources. Although it is poor by economic condition. Nepal is developing country. To develop soon,  we have to aware all the citizen. We must provide education equally. To both men and women. Government should bring advance program. This may help citizen in development process. And, provide different facilities to citizen. And it’ll give benefit to citizen. Finally, it’ll help the  government also.

Nepal is a beautiful country. So, we have to publish it all over the world. And it’ll help to attract tourist. In this way, we can control our economic condition. Therefore, we can achieve success by developing our strengths. face book

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  • Day 01: Arrival in Nepal. Overnight in Kathmandu hotel BB.
  • Day 02: Drive to project work place Dhading
  • Drive to Dhading around 2 ½ hours after breakfast till to the middle way of
  • Kathmandu and Pokhara. The drive will end at a place called Dhading and
  • short hiking to the project work (village) after school programmed or we
  • ill provide the land cruiser if it is necessary.
  • On this day we are going in a Boarding school near the Headquarter for the following programmed-
  • Cultural performance ( with different custom of dances)
  • Cultural Exchange
  • Educational exchange & Friendship with Nepali students Social awareness drama.
  • After finishing the show, our group will head 30 min walking (If they feel comfortable other wise they will have short driving to the village). Overnight stay in tented camp with good food in a community village.
  • Day 03: Community work  The work is related with water resources (Building water storage tank). The storage of this water tank will support the half population of this village for drinking water and also will also provides the comfortable facility for feeding a pet’s animal like- cow, buffalo, goat and etc.
  • Day 04: Continuing the same community work 
  • Day 05: Compounding the school ground in Village school
  • After breakfast, 15 min walking uphill to the primary school. Where there are many poor student are learning. Most of the rich people’s children are studying in boarding school but they are learning in government school. Where they are facing with many lacks. In this school we can make compounding, where many students used to fall down to the road or rice field in past days. So after compounding this ground they can easily play and run in the ground.  Once we finished the compounding the ground, we will teach the student about the clean awareness and playing and dancing etc.
  • Day 06: Nepali Agriculture learning with practical
  • On this day we will learn the Nepal agriculture (Rice planting, traditional style of digging field with the help of ox and man. And around day time after changing the dress (Muddy dress)
  • Drive to Pokhara. (4/5 Hours drive slowly with taking pictures) Stay overnight at Pokhara.
  • Ghorepani Poonhill Trek Description
  • Ghorepani - Poon Hill (Pun Hill) which is located in Annapurna region is truly called as all the best of the trekking in Nepal. This is not so far from Pokhara. This Ghorepani trek can be made with in 5 days. So this trek gives you the total real short hiking experiences with in the short time frame.The fabulous mountain scenery along with charming villages inhabited particularly by the Gurungs & Magars, dense rhododendron forests full of birds and deep sub-tropical valleys, all set below the Annapurna’s with the picturesque peak of Machhapuchhare (Fishtail Peak) dominating the skyline. The major highlight of Ghorepani Poon Hill trek is possibly the most spectacular mountain scapes on Earth. When sun rises, it touches the snow-capped summits the Himalayan giants, Dhaulagiri (8,167m) and Annapurna (8,091m) along with a maze of other peaks, there gradually appear, just like magic that your eye could not believe.Besides, during journey, you are rewarded by the natural beauties in your each & every footsteps. With the silent environment crossing through Rhododendron forest. During your each camp you will get a chance to learn different cultural locality knowledge of Nepali people.
  • Day 07: Pokhara - Naya Pul (bus) – Tirkhedunga (trek) 
  • 4-hour trek to Tikhedunga (1545 m). The trail winds its way through bamboo forests and passes by a spectacular waterfall. Stay over night in tea house.
  • Day 08: Tirkhedunga - Ghorepani (2775 m) in 5 hrs.
  • The Annapurna South (7273 m) and the Hiunchuli gradually unfold on this pleasant walk uphill through fields and pastures and later through rhododendrons and oak woods. Ghorepani was originally a horse watering post, which has evolved into an important crossroads for tourists and the numerous mule caravans on the Jomson-Pokhara trip. Stay over night in tea house.
  • Day 09: Ghorepani - Poon Hill (3210 m) - Tadapani (2540 m) in 6 h. 
  • We leave early morning for Poon Hill, to catch the early morning sunlight on the panorama of peaks: Dhaulagiri, Annapurna’s, and Machhapuchre… This is an option but really worth the while. We then retrace our steps to Ghorepani and continue towards Tadapani through rhododendron woods. Stay over night in tea house.
  • Day 10: Tadapani - Ghandruk(1940 m) 4 Hrs.
  • The trail gently descends through a subtropical forest highlighted by huge bamboo massifs and giant rhododendrons. Ghandruk is the main village of the Gurung tribe, warriors known for their contribution to the famous Gurkha regiments. Stay over night in tea house.
  • Day 11: Ghandruk – Nayapul (5 Hrs) – Drive to Pokhara (2 Hrs) 
  • We continue our descent to the Modi Khola river end to naya pul then drive back to Pokhara. Over night in Pokhara.
  • Day 12: Drive to Kathmandu
  • Day 13: Whole day Kathmandu city sightseeing
  • Full or half day exploring some of the sights of Kathmandu, such as the Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath, Swoyambhu, and Kathmandu Durbar square).
  • Day 14: Departure .