NepalAvailable Trip Dates: September 30, 2020 - October 14, 2020
Thank you for your interest in joining Helping Hands International on our next service project to Nepal! Below is an overview of the trip, including important information like costs, dates, detailed list of activities and Team Leader information. Please contact us if you have any questions!
Helping Hands International had the amazing opportunity to partner with locals during the Summer of 2019 who were looking to make a huge difference in their community. We were able to build a community center six hours outside the capital of Kathmandu in the mountains of Sulsing. It was a long journey up into the hills but we eventually reached the facility at 7,500 feet and Trekkers Lodge accommodations was at nearly 9,000 ft in elevation. In 2020, we are planning to return to the area to offer a free dental clinic and continue sharing the loving of Jesus with locals.
2020 Team Leaders
Service Project: Nepal
Team Leader, Helping Hands International
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Overview of activities
This service trip largely focuses on offering a free dental clinic for local villagers.
|Day 1||Departure destination||Flight|
|Kathmandu||Nepal immigration Hotel and rest|
|Day 3||Kathmandu||City tour and rest|
|Day 4||Kathmandu/Jorpoti||Am church/preaching Afternoon training|
|Day 5||Kathmandu to Sulsing (6 hour drive||Am Travel and Lunch|
|Day 6-9||Sulsing||Dental clinic/small projects|
|Day 10-11||Sulsing||Himalayas Treck|
|Day 12||Sulsing to Kathmandu (6 hour drive)||Travel and rest|
|Day 13||Flight home||Travel home|
|Day 14||Flight home||Travel home|
Lodging & Food
Where We Stay & What We Eat
We stay at a mission house and normally eat foods native to the area.
How We Get Around
Usually we move around the area in rented vans. There is also opportunity to walk around the village and local landmarks.
Health & Safety
Requirements & Recommendations
Helping Hands International recommends you follow those health and safety recommendations readily published by the CDC and Travel Alert program offered by the US State Department, as well as those recommended by your personal physician. Please note, if you take prescription medicines, please check with your local pharmacist to ensure the medicines are not considered a controlled substance in the location you are traveling.
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