Nepal Home Stay & Cultural Tour
As a cultural exchange volunteer you will live with a Nepali family, living as they do to the beat of Nepali time. You will have the opportunity to explore and get to know the community you are living with, engage with them in their day to day lives, help out in the house and fields, celebrate their festivals and get a first hand understanding of life here in Nepal.Given that this is a cultural exchange, you will also be expected to share a little of your culture and customs, enabling both sides to see how different lives can be lived in a non judgmental way and that each should be cherished for what they give, as they are just two different lifestyles in a world of differences, no one better than the other. You will also be able should you wish, to get involved in our other programs, as long as your presence doesn’t impact on incumbent volunteers.Home stay programs can be arranged for few day to month.The most culturally rich time for this program is during the months of September -November when Nepal’s two greatest festivals are celebrated, Dashain and Tihar.
Volunteers Role:Working at the childcare placement is one of the most rewarding experiences. Volunteers can spend time with the children at the placement; play with them, help them in studies, teach them about importance of hygiene and keep them engaged in various activities.Alternatively Under teaching program volunteers teach at public or private schools in Kathmandu. Volunteers teach kids aged between 6-14 years.You don't have to be a qualified teacher in order to join our teaching program in Nepal.You can teach simple English, Maths, General Knowledge and Geography to the children from Sunday to Friday 6 days a week.