Teach in a monastery in Nepal and learn Buddhism and explore yourself
Project length: Minimum of 1 week to maximum of 24 weeks.
Project dates: Year round. Saturdays are preferred for arrivals but you can choose any date.
Arrival airport: Kathmandu Airport (Tribhuvan Airport).
Accommodation: Local host family and groups in a youth hostel.
Meals: All meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner).
Airlines: Jet airways, Spice jet, Etihad, Indigo, Go Air, Air India etc. Check www.skyscanner.in for cheap flights.
Vaccinations: Routine Vac, Hep-A and Typhoid wwwnc.cdc.gov
Namaste volunteer is associated with some Monasteries in Nepal. Monastery is a center for learning Buddhism. In these monasteries monks get the education of self realization, patience, teachings of lord Buddha and meditation techniques. These monasteries programs are kind of exchanging the education to each other. The beneficiaries in these monasteries are from various age groups like 03 years to 3.
As a volunteer in this Monk teaching project, you will primarily work as English instructors in the monasteries or schools of a Tibetan Children’s Village. In addition to English teaching for 3-4 hours per day, volunteers will assist in other school extra curricular activities and administration. In the evening, you can organize games, drawing, singing, dancing, and other creative activities. Morning and late evening time is free. If you love Buddhism, this is the perfect time to join meditation, rituals, prays, and songs with the Buddhist monks. This project gives you the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in Buddhist religion and lifestyle.
As a volunteer, your duties are as follows:
You will be working on the projects from Monday to Friday and weekends are free. Nepal offers a lot to travelers to visit. Kathmandu, Nepal’s capital, is a vibrant, noisy city. Packed full of history, palaces and temples, it is also within touching distance of Nepal’s premier attraction: the Himalaya. Kathmandu is home to places to visit like Durbar Square (with temples dating back to the 12th century), Boudhanath Stupa (a world heritage site), and Pashupatinath Temple (the country’s most important Hindu temple, on the banks of the Bagmati river).
Another must-see attraction is the Royal Palace, the site of the infamous 2001 massacre of the Royal Family by the then Crown Prince, and now converted into the Narayanhiti Palace Museum. Kathmandu is also the travel gateway to the rest of Nepal—in particular the tranquil Bhaktapur, the temple-tastic Patan, the Chitwan National Park, and, of course, the Himalaya.
The mountains hold a magnetic attraction for many who visit Nepal, with half of the world’s 8,000 metre mountains found here. The trek to Everest base camp, a two-week trip starting with a nerve-racking flight to Lukla airport, is the most popular mountain activity, whilst the stunningly beautiful Annapurna base camp can be achieved by a 7-10 day trek from Pokhara.
Namaste Volunteer consists of a dedicated team, whose mission is to empower our youth by providing sustainable projects that bring about real change in local communities. Working in social development enables our youth world-wide to successfully face upcoming challenges in their personal and professional lives. We do not charge for volunteering for these causes. The fee covers services you will receive while working on the projects. The fee is as follows:
Full Board Services Weekly Fee
If you would like to opt for full board services, provided by Namaste Volunteer, the fee is as follow with the services in the fee are mentioned in the list below.
Application fee: US $99
One time application fee for all Jaipur volunteer program is US $99. The application fee is payable only when we find your application suitable and your skills compatible with the project objectives.
The following services and components are not included in the application fee and full board weekly fee;
Namaste Volunteer provides a clean, hygienic and safe place to stay for our volunteers in project destinations. In Nepal we have several housing options for the volunteers. Most of the projects provides the housing on the project site. Some of the projects do not have any housing facility so NV provides Nepalese host families to the volunteers to stay. Those host families will be nearby to the projects and at a walk-able distance.The following basic facilities are available at each housing: