We’re officially counting down to the deadline for Tracing Nepal 2017 applications. Interested parties only have ONE WEEK left to apply for the purposeful travel program. The key date happens to be APRIL 27TH, 2017! To be more specific make sure you get your applications by the midnight, London time, so that would be 11.59PM of 27th April.
On it’s fourth year, Tracing Nepal is a purposeful travel program that runs for two weeks and is only open to Nepalese living outside of Nepal. With the aim of being the bridge, the experience will take the team members to learn about the work of Children and Youth First and Education Nepal, the two partner NGO’s with Tracing Nepal 2017. The experience will conclude at the Kasara Resort, located on the edge of Chitwan National Park where team members will receive ample opportunities to see the wildlife as well as enjoy some down time.
This years experience is looking for 18+ year olds Nepalis living outside of Nepal. It does not matter whether you’re an extrovert or an introvert, we’re looking for interested individuals and learning about why they are interested in Tracing Nepal. Even if you’re shy and have zero experience of working with people and community, you might be of interest to us.
Every year, we receive many applications and we find ourselves in a situation where we have to turn away a lot of good applicants. This is happening due to our small capacity to accommodate the group. We are hopeful that in the near future, we do not have to say ‘No’ and can welcome everyone from all over the world, including Nepal to join this experience.
To the interested individuals, please head over to TracingNepal.com where you can find the detailed itinerary which outlines the activities you will be doing to where and when that will take place and the all important ‘WE ARE LOOKING FOR’ section as well as the Application Form and the cost for the experience!
Tracing Nepal in a nutshell is travelling with a purpose, two weeks of travel where your money will go back to supporting our partner organisations as well as giving you an experience where you’re taken away from the hotspots and into smaller communities. We are excited for another journey, another group, another opportunity to provide an experience that will create life-long memories.
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