Arrive in Delhi
Welcome to India
Parallels and Meridians welcomes you to Delhi – your adventure begins right now! Our representative will meet you on arrival at the airport and transfer you to your hotel. Overnight in Delhi.
Beginning of the adventure
Today we will be touring Old and New Delhi – poles apart in ambience and appearance, yet both retaining an immense sense of history. We will start by touring the popular sites in Old Delhi, which has a captivating cornucopia of ancient monuments, narrow streets and vibrant markets. We begin by venturing into the frantic Chandni Chowk – famous for spices. Despite the crowded lanes and constant, yet friendly beckoning from shopkeepers, it is a captivating place. We will follow this with a cycle rickshaw ride to the Jama Masjid, which is the largest mosque in India.
After lunch we will start with the New Delhi tour by visiting the impressive Qutub Minar, standing 240 feet tall and giving us an insight on what life used to be like centuries ago. We then proceed to explore the fifteenth-century Humayun’s Tomb, rightly famed for its intricate, sensitive design and serene atmosphere. A visit to the heart of New Delhi – built by the British at the start of the twentieth century – will take in the iconic India Gate, as well as the President’s House and the Parliament Street. Enjoy your evening at a nice restaurant in Khan Market. Overnight in Delhi.
Delhi - Jaipur
Hope you had a good night’s sleep. After a hearty breakfast we will leave for Jaipur by car (270kms/5hrs). Once we arrive, we will immerse ourselves in the heart of this vibrant city, famous for its precious stones industry and textiles. In the evening we will watch a Bollywood movie in the famous auditorium, Rajmandir. Besides the exuberant decoration with meringue mouldings, we’re sure you will enjoy the ambience. Overnight in Jaipur.
There’s little that can rival a day tour of ‘The Pink City’, which is spectacularly set amidst rugged hills and dotted with ancient ruined fortresses that only enhance its already astounding beauty. We will have a morning tour of the impressive Amer Fort, situated on a ridge just outside Jaipur and reached by a jeep ride. The afternoon has been kept for a visit to the City Palace, still home to the Maharajah although several of the rooms are now open to the public, followed by a visit to the Jantar Mantar Observatory. Our tour will end at the Hawa Mahal, the ‘Palace of the Winds’. Overnight in Jaipur.
Day for retail therapy The ideal escape from the stressed work life can lie in some exquisite items in Jaipur. Famous for its blue pottery, designer shops and fabrics, a day out exploring its various market places like “Zahori Bazzar” is definitely worth your time. However, before that we will spend some special moments driving in royalty to Amer Fort in an ambassador car. From Amer Fort we will go on a little excursion to Nahargarh Fort, and have a nice picnic lunch. Overnight in Jaipur.
Jaipur - Agra
Ruins of Fatehpur Sikri
On the way to Agra (240kms/4hrs) we will stop over at Fatehpur Sikri. It was built by the great Emperor Akbar and we will discover the beauty of the red sandstone buildings of this former royal capital, fascinating to this day. Upon arrival in Agra, we will visit another of Akbar’s creations, the mighty Agra Fort, whose walls of red sandstone tower over the city. Overnight in Agra.
Agra - Delhi
A magical feeling
No trip to Agra can be considered complete without personally witnessing one of the Seven Wonders of the World. A rather amazing moment will be seeing the Taj Mahal at sunrise. Built by Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal, the Taj is truly beauty incarnate. After the obligatory photos, make sure you take time to find a quiet spot and savor this encounter with the sublime. After this extraordinary experience we leave for Delhi (218 kms/3 hrs 15 mins). Overnight in Delhi.
Delhi – Kathmandu
Land of the living goddess
Today we fly to Kathmandu from Delhi, so hello and welcome to beautiful Nepal! We will spend the first day exploring the fascinating Nepalese capital. Kathmandu is nestled at nearly 4,450 ft in the foothills of the Himalayas. After a stroll through the narrow streets and bazaars, we will go to Durbar Square where the most beautiful temples and palaces of the city are gathered. Then we will move to see the very popular building known as the Kumari Bahal. Inside this building resides a living goddess, the Kumari, who lives there until she reaches puberty. Many people wait outside the Kumari Bahal for some time just to get a glimpse of her during the day, such is the sanctity of the Kumari, and photography is strictly prohibited. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Culture and heritage
In the morning we will pay a visit to the Swayambhunath stupa, which is on a sacred hilltop, and invariably well-attended by gracefully-attired Buddhist pilgrims lighting butter lamps. Next, we move on to Bodhanath, which is one of the largest stupas in the world, and a site of great veneration for Buddhists. The unique aspect of this great Buddhist monument is that it is set in the octagonal Mandala design. Hundreds of prayer wheels and the 108 images of the Buddha set into the niches around this huge structure make it even more mesmerizing. Following this, our next trip takes us to the Pashupatinath temple, situated on the banks of the Bagmati river, considered to be the most holy temple in the world of Nepalese Hinduism. The sight of a cremation being performed on the banks of the river is very common. Today we will also spend some time in a Buddhist nunnery and meet the nuns in the debating courtyard where they meet in intellectual exchanges. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Kathmandu - Lukla – Phakding
Following an early breakfast at the hotel, you will be transferred to the airport for a flight to Tenzing and Hillary Airport in Lukla (9,200 ft). After arriving, we shall trek for three hours to Phakding (8,560 ft) on the Dudh Kosi River. Overnight at Teahouse (Full Board).
Day Trek to Namche Bazar
Day trek to Namche Bazar
Breakfast at Teahouse. We will commence trekking from Phakding to Namche Bazaar, which is at an altitude of 11,300 ft (5 – 6 hrs walk). We enter the park at Jorsalle, cross the Bhote Kosi River and then climb steeply to the Sherpa town of Namche Bazaar, the main trading centre for the Khumbu region. As you climb the steep hillside, you can catch the first glimpse of Everest and the snow-capped panorama of Himalayan giants to come. Overnight at Teahouse (Full Board).
Walk to Lukla
Breakfast at Teahouse. Morning at leisure. Later we will walk down to Lukla (total walk: 3 hrs approx). The rest of the day we will spend in Lukla with the locals sharing our memories of our Himalyan adventure. Overnight in Lukla.
Lukla – Kathmandu – Bhaktapur
Places of worship
In the morning we will take a flight to Kathmandu. After arrival at the airport you will be transferred to the Hotel. We will visit Patan, the old Newar city, where you will see the historic Durbar Square and the Golden Gate at this ancient city. After this we leave for Bhaktapur, a treasure-trove of medieval art and architecture, which translates as ‘the city of devotees’. It is still largely a city of farmers, and the most authentic of the valley’s cities. Its tiled roofs, carved wooden facades and numerous courtyards continue to exude a highly-cherished medieval character. It is also very famous for its impressive weaving and pottery. Overnight in Bhaktapur.
Depart from Kathmandu
See you soon
We travel to Kathmandu International Airport today. We hope you have a safe journey home and we hope to see you again soon!
YOUR HOTELS (or similar):
Each destination has a unique character, a story. So we chose the most beautiful destinations, we also hand-picked the most suitable hotels for your comfort.
In addition, we offer you options to choose from depending on your budget and travel style that suits you.
You will stay in comfortable or deluxe hotels depending on your choice.
THE PRICE INCLUDES
- Accommodation in hotels listed in a double room with breakfast.
- Accommodation in hotels listed in a double room with breakfast, lunch & dinner during trek in Nepal.
- Ground transfers by Air-conditioned private car with an English speaking driver.
- Entrance fees at sites, museums and shows mentioned in the program
- English Speaking Guide
- An English speaking trekking guide from Lukla – Phakding- Namche – Lukla.
- A porter for every 02 pax ( Maximum Baggage load 20-25 Kg per porter)
- Trekking Information Management System fees & Sagarmatha National Park Fee
- All applicable taxes
THE PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE
- International Flight & Airport taxes (International)
- Domestic Flights
- Insurance and visa costs
- Expenses of Personal nature
- Camera and Video charges
- Tips to guides and drivers (allow about 5 $ / day / person)
- Any other Expenses that are not mentioned above
- Visa and Travel Formalities
- Accommodation and transportation
- Flights & Land Package
- Our guides
- Insurance and Unforeseen Circumstances
There are about 1.237 billion people in India, individuals who are witnesses to the deep and rich culture of this country. A dream destination, as it has been called, offering myriad sensations; the bustling city of Delhi, the serenity of the That desert, the Golden Temple, the majestic Jama Masjid, the colourful fabric souks and huge exotic spice markets, and the quiet back water of Kerela. A trip to India will surely awaken your senses.
With a population of 28.5 million inhabitants, Nepal is surrounded by two emerging giants, India and China to the north east and west. It has a natural resources and cultural diversity remains witness to a rich civilization. Seven sites are also listed as World Heritage by Unesco. This long isolated mysterious territory opened to tourism to the delight of adventurers in search of thrills and particular emotions. Known for its trek to the Himalayas and majestic Hindu and Buddhist temples near the country of Tibet is also incredibly rider. The undeniable strength of Nepal is surely its people have a gift for the kindness and empathy, people know how to welcome and give the best of themselves for the welfare of travelers, a touching quality that defines the Nepal as one of the most hospitable countries in the world.
There are major festivals to consider from, while choosing your travel to India and Nepal.
Holi: The Festival of Colors is celebrated in and around India. Generally celebrated in the month of February or March.
Diwali: The Festival of Lights is much more popular in northern India and is celebrated with great zeal, excitement and fire-crackers, usually on October or November.
Pushkar Fair: It is the largest 5- day camel fair where prized camels are exchanged. It is celebrated in Pushkar, Rajasthan in the month of October – November.
Losar Festival: Losar is celebrated for three days as a Tibetan New Year. Many Buddhist monasteries participate in this colorful celebration and ritual. The best place to enjoy this festival is to visit monasteries in Kathmandu Valley. It is usually celebrated around February.
Maha Shivaratri: This is an auspicious festival for the Hindus, celebrated every year in reverence of Lord Shiva. You can experience the deep dedication and ritual ceremonies at Pashupatinath temple in Kathmandu. This is usually celebrated in the month of March.
Tihar: This Hindu festival is also known as the “Festival of Light” or Deepawali. Candles, lanterns and colored tinsel are used to decorate homes over a three-day period.
For most trips, your passport will be enough. It must be valid for up to six months after your return trip. Passports can be easily obtained from your municipality, although there may be delays during holiday periods and holidays. Note that the passport is also required for children. For some destinations, it will be mandatory to send us a copy of your passport immediately after booking a trip.
Any nationality Australian, Belgian, Swiss, or Canadian will need a visa to visit India. For more information, please visit this site: https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa
Entry to Nepal requires obtaining a visa. You must be in possession of a passport with a validity of 6 months minimum. For more information please visit this site: http://www.immigration.gov.np/
The initial visa is for 90 days. If you require a visa to enter multiple times, you must specify at the time of application:
– 15 days, multiple entries: USD 25
– 30 days, multiple entries: USD 40
– 90 days, multiple entries: USD 100
We recommend you to get your visa 4 to 6 weeks before your arrival in India and Nepal.
Minors traveling with an adult: Parents
When a minor is traveling with a parent, the officials at the airport might ask for proof of documents to confirm your relationship. Some countries require certificates such as a birth certificate. Check with the embassy or consulate of the country of destination regarding the requirements.
Minors traveling with an adult: Others
When a minor is traveling with someone other than the parents or a family member, some countries require a declaration by the relatives to give permission for this trip. Check with the embassy or consulate of the country of destination regarding the requirements.
Each destination has a unique character, a story. So we chose the most beautiful destinations, we also handpicked the most suitable hotels for your comfort. In addition, we offer options to choose according to your budget and travel style that suits you.
We offer three options in MOST of our programs:
Simple and comfortable – These are clean and comfortable hotels. They can also be old heritage havelis converted into hotels. As per P&M standard, they fall into a 2-3 star categorization.
Deluxe – In this option, we offer a mix of charming and deluxe hotels. Some of them are heritage palaces, which are now famous contemporary hotels. As per P&M standard, they fall into a 4-5 star categorization.
Luxury – For the ultimate luxury holiday, we have a collection of rustic, chic and stylish hotels combined with laid back indulgence and unmatched amenities. These international favorites are the best in the destinations.
Typically, Indian and Nepalese roads are in good condition. The presence of highways allows communication to all parts of India and Nepal without many problems. However, we must recognize that some roads are in poor condition; it must account, on an average, 4 hours to cover a distance of 250 km.
Transport is a very significant part of your trip to India and Nepal. We ensure the quality of the vehicles and the drivers are trained to show you the best landscapes, rural life, by the side of highways, and be attentive to all your requirements. The local traffic is chaotic, but you will certainly enjoy the journeys with our expert d hospitable drivers. All our trips are inclusive of transfers and sightseeing as per the itinerary contracted and we will not surprise you by asking any additional fees for your small wishes.
The airline and the flight schedules are subject to change. P&M will keep you informed about the latest changes in the schedule, if any.
The price in the website are indicative and may change as per the latest amendment given by the hotels or suppliers. However, P&M will honor the rates once they are offered to you and you have made the payment for the package, even partially. In the case of international or domestic flights, the additional airport taxes that are imposed by local authorities shall be passed to you.
It is also possible to book international flights with P&M. Since we have good connections with several airlines, we will be happy to assist you for your requirements.
These people are our most amazing assets, taking you on beautiful trips with P&M. Who can explain a city or town better than the locals? This is why we always work with the locals carrying a passion for their culture. Their knowledge of destinations is immaculate; eagerly indulging you to experience the journey of the moment. All destinations, most of the cities and towns have English-speaking local guides. These guides are employed by our local agents and get regular training’s pertaining to our requirements. We evaluate their performance after each trip based on your feedback’s.
The services of local guides are included in the program (if opted by you in the package). They not only show you around the city but also purchase the tickets at the monuments. They are available to answer any of your travel related queries.
Although P&M pays them with the standard rates of travel-based companies, they expect a tip at the end of the trip. We recommend a tip of 5 €/ day/ person.
Although our travels are organized with detailed planning, the climate and other factors may change due to some unforeseen events. These however, should not spoil your travel or ruin your fun. In case such circumstances arise, be assured that you have 24/7 P&M support staff ready to offer the most suited solutions to your problems. We do our best to provide the quickest resolutions; nevertheless, we are not responsible for any factor beyond our control.
Weather conditions in India differ from one region to another and they depend entirely on the province you plan to visit. In North India, the best time is between mid-September and the end of March; for southern and central India, it is between October and March; in the western part — Darjeeling district, the summer is the best time; in the eastern part, Sikkim and Manipur, it is between October to March. If you plan to go to Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh, summer is the best time to visit.
Nepal’s climate allows stays throughout the year in the country, but this is typical of countries with a monsoon season. The dry season (October to May) is followed by a wet season (June to September) — it can get very hot in the summer in the capital. The best months are October and November, when the sky is particularly clear and the temperatures are still mild and the pastures are green. December to February is winter and it can get very cold, some mountain passes will be closed, as most lodges in altitude. All climates are present in Nepal and change with altitude: tropical in the jungles of the Terai, temperate in the valleys and mountains are cold.
The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends the following vaccinations for travellers going to India and Nepal (as well as being up to date with measles, mumps and rubella vaccinations):
- Viral hepatitis A and B
- Typhoid fever
It’s a good idea to consult your government’s travel-health website before departure.
Credit cards & ATMs
In all cities you can withdraw cash with a bank card with Master or VISA. Cash can be exchanged at a bank or the hotel where you are staying. Credit cards are accepted in most of the hotels, restaurants and shopping places except the very remote village areas. The banks at the international airports are open day and night.
Mobile in India and Nepal
You have coverage with your cell phone in most parts of India. If you have international roaming on your phone, you can connect to an Indian service as soon you land at any Delhi airport.
In most areas of Nepal, you will get a wide network coverage, however you will get better connection on international roaming.
Contrary to popular belief that all Hindus are vegetarians, strict vegetarianism is limited to the southern area of Gujarat and some holy cities. However, do not dream of a beefsteak; the cow is sacred, some restaurants serve buffalo. The culinary differences between North and South are considerable because of the climate and historical influences. In the North, meat, bread and cereals are most common, as well as Mughlai cuisine, akin to those in the Middle East and Central Asia, where spices play a more important role than chilli. In the South, the staple meal is rice and a vegetarian dish — Dal, a kind of lentil soup or as a side dish or as a basic meal; the Thali is the ubiquitous dish, originally from South India, it is used throughout the country. You can also taste meat or fish curries and succulent tandoori (less strong than the curry).
Nepal is not a strict vegetarian country and you will find a good variety of food. They have adapted cousins from neighboring countries such as India, China and Tibet, while adding more flavors to the original recipe.
To respect the Indian and Nepalese culture, the dress code is something that the traveler should know. In religious places, people are expected to wear clothes that go beyond the knees. In Jain temples, do not carry leather goods like belts or sandals. Women are expected to cover their heads in some religious sites.
There is no reason for you not to take your electrical items due to electrical outlets; the Indian and Nepalese market has most adapters.
Wireless Internet is now available in most hotels however; some hotels have an additional charge for it. Wireless network is not available in regions such as Ladakh, Kargil and Alichi. In these areas, to access the Internet, you will need to spend some time in an Internet café.
There aren’t many cafes in Thamel (Kathmandu) and Lakeside (Pokhara). It will be available in most hotels or guest house in Thamel but know they are more expensive than elsewhere: about 200 Rps / h against 100 Rps/h than the rest of the country. Good connections, in general, are available especially in the most modern cafes, where you can also usually communicate by Skype.
What makes Parallels and Meridians different?
We believe that holidays should be planned thoughtfully. Hence, we spend a good amount of time planning and offering you products considering your requirements. Amazing journeys begin the moment you contact us for a personalized trip. We design programs exactly as you wish; you will always remain a partner in making it a dream holiday.
What can I expect in a holiday with Parallels and Meridians?
Our trips bring you closer to the local community and culture as you will be taken to some of the places where no tourists have gone before. Our travel experts are always in search of something new, inspirational and entertaining. These ideas are intricately designed around your style of travel, creating a perfect trip for you.
How do you create a style of travel?
People are different, and so are their ways of traveling. We speak to several people from different walks of life, locals, travelers, families, and even bloggers, to get a better idea on the ways they prefer to travel. The styles of travel are created through their contributions and the expertise of our travel designers. It is our success formula in making exceptional trips for you.
Why do you make the trips participative?
In our small endeavor to support the local community, we found this as the most encouraging and heartfelt experience for both our guests and ourselves. We don’t indulge into activities with big charitable organizations, but quietly do our bit with the help of our guests. Our projects are humble and mostly recommended by our guests. For example, teaching basic French to the drivers (while traveling with him) actually came from one of our guest.
What are the different hotel combinations you offer?
Each destination has a unique character and history, so do their hotels. We have selected the best hotels as per your style and budget. We offer 3 options in most of our programs:
Simple and comfortable – These are clean and comfortable hotels. As per P&M standard, they fall into a 2-3 star categorization.
– In this option, we offer a mix of charming and deluxe hotels. Some of them are heritage palaces, which are now famous contemporary hotels. As per P&M standard, they fall into a 4-5 star categorization.
– For the ultimate luxury holiday, we have a collection of rustic, chic and stylish hotels combined with laid back indulgence and unmatched amenities. These international favorites are the best in the destinations.
How many beds can we have in a room?
A room will usually have a double bed. Most hotels will be able to add one extra bed.
If we’re traveling as a family, can we have interconnected rooms?
Some hotels offer interconnected rooms. If they don’t have, we ask them to provide two rooms next to each other or on the same floor.
Can I choose my own set of hotels?
Yes, you can. Just send us your wish list and we will do our best to fulfill your requirements.
What is the category of hotels included in the itinerary on the website?
You will have the option to choose the categories of the hotels you want to stay in. There are a few exceptions, however, some places like villages in Rajasthan or hiking tents in Bhutan will not offer you luxury. We will clearly advice you on this.
How does Parallels and Meridians choose the hotels?
We choose hotels based on our personal experiences. We will not recommend a hotel unless we have stayed there ourselves or have it recommended by our contributors.
What kind of vehicle do you provide?
Generally, this depends on the number of people. We provide cars for two people and micro van for three and more people. All our vehicles have air-conditioning.
Can we choose our own type of vehicle?
Yes, you can. Just let us know while sending us the information for your trip.
Are we sharing the car with someone else?
No. The car is for private use and you will share it only the people you are travelling with.
Does the car stay at my disposal every day?
Yes, it does. Our drivers are flexible and will remain at your disposal.
Do we have a guide in every city?
Yes, a guide will be provided to you in each city unless there is no visit scheduled.
How do you select your guides?
We select guides who understand your interests and requirements. They carry a flair for their culture and tradition, offering the best experiences to our clients. All our tour guides are locals, have professional licenses and are known for their passion and knowledge of the destination. We only hire highly rated guides with years of experience.
How do I plan my trip with you?
Once a program is picked from the website and the query form is filled, our travel experts will start working on the program. They will carefully prepare a tailor-made itinerary for you and will present it in details. Your itinerary will be refined and polished until you are satisfied and happy to book with us. As it is very important for us to understand your requirements, please do not hesitate to ask questions and voice your concerns or desires.
I like one of your family programs. Can it be tailor-made for a couple?
Yes, it can. All our programs can be further tailored for your specific requirements. You will be amazed to see the countless possibilities in our programs as per your style.
Can I make my own itinerary?
Yes, you can. Simply fill the form or send us e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
How do you decide your pricing?
The itineraries in the website have indicative pricing which may change as per your personalized travel request. We choose the most important sightseeing, destinations, guides and hotels, which makes a great holiday experience for our guests. As we do not want to surprise you with hidden costs, we always include essential costs in the program. Although we are not necessarily the cheapest, we do aim to offer exceptional overall value for money and rely on our clients for repeat business and recommendations for your future dream holidays.
Can I adjust my budget?
Of course, our experts can share plenty ideas with you, fitting your budget. However, we make sure that quality is never compromised. We immediately inform you with our inability to offer you something that is below standard or of low quality. It is always better to say no than to regret a bad holiday experience.
What is included in the cost of your packages?
Our services start the moment you arrive at your destination, where a representative will be awaiting your arrival. All accommodations, transfers, local flights as well as arranged activities, unless otherwise specified will be included. Our trips are on breakfast-only basis except some special meals like welcome lunch or a special farewell dinner.
Why don’t you offer trips on full board?
We could; however, you will agree with us that everybody has different tastes. Moreover, the local cuisine is also an important aspect of your trip. Why should we charge you extra for some meals in hotels and expensive restaurants, when you can enjoy the spontaneity of discovering restaurants on your own? This is why we intentionally refuse to include all meals in our itineraries. If you are on a safari or a trekking trip, all meals are included as these are remote areas without restaurant alternatives. In lieu of this, you will receive a list of recommended restaurants, where you can have a taste of authentic cuisines.
How do I get the assurance of my travel safety?
Having our headquarter in France, P&M provides all necessary financial and legal guarantees to our travelers. You not only get the best travel programs from us but also experience a memorable and safe travel arranged by our local correspondents with 24/24 assistance. To ensure that all our local agents offer best services, quality travel and assurance, we have an office in India supervising all the activities in Asia. In addition, for your peace of mind, we support you with a range of insurances to meet your needs.
Who will be taking care of my trip when I am on the go?
You will have a dedicated travel expert from the first moment of contact. The travel expert will work with you before and during the trip.
What are the different modes of payment you accept?
The different modes of payment we accept are bank transfer and online payment by credit or debit card. You can pay either 30 or 50% at the time of the booking and the remaining, one month prior to your travel.
How secure is my credit card for online payment?
As your trusted partner P&M guarantees secure payment via secure payment platform enabling you to make transactions by credit card or debit card. The credit or debit card details are never reserved with us for your complete peace of mind.
Where can I see the reviews on P&M?
All reviews given by our travellers are regularly uploaded to our website. Furthermore, many of our guests have shared their experiences with P&M at the sites of Trip Advisor and Trust Pilot. We are proud to share with you that; – 98% of our travelers rated our services excellent or very good – 97% of our travelers recommend our agency to their friends – 98% of our travelers would be willing to repeat the experience with P&M.
Traveling with us is the best way to come closer to the daily life of the locals. Impart your knowledge, skills and art with them. If you are an artist, a photographer, a cook or whichever skills you have that can be shared with the local community, please feel free to tell us about them, and we will organize a special activity for you at a right place to support them. In our very first communication with you, we will ask your interest and if you are willing to participate in an activity for even just one hour.
In 2016, our participants have already taught over 400 hours, the equivalent of 17 days!
Our conscious tourism does not end there; we constantly propose new participatory activities:
There are many young kids who aspire to take the job of ‘guide’. We are helping them to speak better English, or teaching them skills and techniques of travel guiding.
Post the earthquake, life is still struggling in Nepal. We are helping some small shops and businesses to get into the mainstream; not by giving money, but improvising some ideas to run their business more effectively.
“In your route, though you choose to take part in any one of these options, your trip will be the same number of days and the price will not change under any circumstances.”
How much do you donate?
Nothing Actually. We just need little bit of your time and involvement.
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