Nature Conservation in Nepal Project

Are you a nature lover and want to do something to help protect what you love in Nepal? Volunteering with nature conservation in Nepal is excellent choice for an adventurous and compassionate traveler.

  • Only $199 a week to have the trip of a lifetime
  • Highly reputable and reviewed program
  • Always feel safe and secure with constant in country support
  • Help protect and save the stunning fauna of Nepal

Overview of Nature Conservation in Nepal Project

Nepal's natural resources, particularly its forests, deteriorate more each day due to the nation's high dependency on natural resources. There is also lack of awareness amongst the local population regarding the negative effects of deforestation. Global Crossroad's volunteer work with nature conservation in Nepal is designed to support Nepal's indigenous species conservation efforts by offering free tree seedlings for planting and teaching people the importance of conservation.

Role of Volunteer

The volunteering opportunity with nature conservation in Nepal is located in the rural village of Chitwan. As a volunteer in Nepal, you will prepare nursery beds, sow seeds, weed, trim, prune, and thin various indigenous tree species. The planted seedlings are grown and nurtured by our volunteers. Later, they will be distributed at no charge to villages in other parts of Nepal. Depending on the season, additional tasks may include planting, collecting seeds, replanting, eliminating diseased trees, and inventorying fauna and flora.

Skills and Qualifications Needed

No specific qualifications are needed to join our volunteer experience with nature conservation in Nepal. However, insight into Nepalese language and culture is valuable when volunteering with nature conservation in Nepal and you might want to consider enrolling in our one week language studies and cultural immersion program. Note that many of the projects are quite physical, so our conservation volunteers must be in good physical shape. You should be enthusiastic and a self-starter yet be able to follow directions well.

Dates: Volunteer in Nepal

All volunteer programs in Nepal start every Monday. Though we allow for flexibility due to travel constraints.

Price: Volunteer in Nepal

Global Crossroad is committed to offering quality volunteering in Nepal programs at the world's most affordable price. We strive to keep our costs low. The humanitarian side of the business is our passion.

Global Crossroad's volunteer program in Nepal application and registration fee cost US$299. In addition to the application fee, you are required to pay a weekly program fee. You will pay your weekly fee directly country coordinator. And he will distribute it room, food, and project. This ensures the transparency of your fee. And This way, the fees that you pay will benefit those who rightfully deserve them, and not for company profit.

Weeks Orphanage/ School/
Nature Conservation
(Kathmandu or Chitwan)
(Kathmandu or Chitwan)
Photo Journalism
  1 Week   $100   $185   $175   $225
  2 Weeks   $200   $260   $295   $400
  3 Weeks   $300   $385   $415   $575
  4 Weeks   $400   $460   $535   $750
  5 Weeks   $500   $585   $655   $925
  6 Weeks   $600   $660   $760   $1,100
  7 Weeks   $700   $785   $865   $1,275
  8 Weeks   $800   $860   $970   $1,450
  9 Weeks   $900   $985   $1,065   $1,625
  10 Weeks   $1,000   $1,060   $1,160   $1,800
  11 Weeks   $1,100   $1,185   $1,255   $1,975
  12 Weeks   $1,200   $1,260   $1,350   $2,150
Program fees cover:
  • Accommodation (volunteers house or host family)
  • Food (local food 3 times a day)
  • Airport pick up/Transfer
  • In-country support
  • Program Orientation
  • Personalized project
  • Pre-departure information
  • Certificate of completion
  • Fundraising ideas and letters
  • Discount for returning volunteers
Program fees exclude:
  • Visas
  • Airfare
  • Personal expenses on soft drinks and foods
  • Daily transportation
  • Airport return transfer

How your fee is allocated?

The volunteer trip to Nepal program fees will cover expenses that will begin on the first day of the program (usually the first or third Monday of the month) to the last day of the program. If you arrive before the first day of the program or you decide you stay beyond your programs last day, you will be responsible for the additional expenses.

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