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Everest Base Camp Trek and Volunteering Program in Nepal

Trek to Mount Everest’s Base Camp before contributing to global impact goals set by the United Nations.

Program Code: NPHE0145A

Program Information

Challenge yourself with a two-week trek to Everest Base Camp in Nepal, bonding along the way with other participants from around the world. Next, travel to Pokhara to work at achieving one or more of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

United Nations
Sustainable Development Goals

 
Remote-Working Friendly
 
Reliable WIFI
 
Part-Time Options

Overview

Trek to 5364 metres above sea level, up to the foot of the tallest mountain in the world, while experiencing the scenic natural beauty of the Himalayas first-hand. The ascent will take you through picturesque meadows and traditional mountain villages up panoramic vistas of the valleys below. Throughout your journey, you will be staying at the many teahouses, locally owned lodges, that dot the trail. 

Afterwards, join your fellow trekkers and other GVI participants at our base in Pokhara, a city built around Phewa Lake, surrounded by the Annapurna mountain range. Here you will learn about development challenges in Nepal and contribute to our on-going sustainable impact initiatives. A typical day for volunteers might involve renovating a classroom at a local school, facilitating educational classes for young learners, or teaching local women conversational English. Each of our programs is aligned to one or more of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and the role you play in these projects will be determined by your existing skills and interests as well as the needs of the community at the time of your program. This is a very active program. Physical fitness is a requirement. 

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Tick ‘Everest Base Camp’ off your bucket list. 

  • Contribute to one or more United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

  • Immerse yourself in a range of Nepali cultural traditions. 

  • Live with other participants from all over the world in a Nepali homestay in Pokhara, a bonding experience that often results in life-long friendships.

Program Details

 
Flexibility
Change your location and dates free of charge.
 
Payment Plans
Flexible payment plans available.
 
Cancellation Waiver
Cancel anytime and receive a full refund minus your deposit.

Select a Start Date

  • 2022
  • 2023

Select a Duration

Select a start date first.

Life On Base

Known internationally as the gateway to the Himalayas, the tallest mountain range in the world, the city of Pokhara is well-loved by hikers, paragliders, and kayakers and other adventure enthusiasts. Built around the picturesque Phewa Lake, surrounded by snowy mountain peaks, the city offers a unique mix of natural beauty and urban convenience. Our GVI base in Pokhara is situated in the lakeside district, lined with great eateries serving local Nepali cuisine and international fare as well as tiny stalls selling local crafts unique to the region, such as intricately patterned pashmina shawls and vibrantly coloured Buddhist thangka paintings. On a clear day spot the Annapurna range from our accommodation.

Base Tour

Highlights

 
24-hour in-country support
 
Accommodation
 
Cultural activities
 
Meals while on project
 
Outdoor activities
 
Transportation
 
ACCOMMODATION

Our base in Pokhara is a homestay-style accommodation that gives participants the opportunity to gain first-hand insight into Nepali culture. You will be living in the homestay with participants from all over the world, allowing you to learn about their individual cultures as well. Most rooms are shared, with ensuite bathrooms.

 
TRANSPORTATION

Some project work sites are located a short walk from our accommodation. For others, transport is provided.

 
COMMUNICATION

Most participants use the internet cafes located nearby to keep in touch, as wifi is not available at the homestay.

 
MEALS

The host family prepares breakfast and dinner. Evening meals include the traditional Nepali dish of dhal bhat, a lentil curry served with rice. More western dishes such as pasta are also sometimes available. Lunch is a local snack. Most food is vegan or vegetarian due to Nepal’s majority Hindu and Buddhist populations.

 
CLIMATE

Nepal’s autumn season is considered to be the best time to visit the country and is the most popular among international visitors. Autumn runs from September until December and occurs just after the rainy season. During Autumn, the skies are clear but the region’s abundant plant life is lush after the plentiful rainfall occurring from June to September. If you are looking to see the famous rhododendron forests in bloom then Spring, February to April is the best time to visit. Summer in Nepal, from April to June, can be incredibly hot, with temperatures in the high 30s °C or high 90s °F, while the coolest season, winter, occurs between December and February.

 

COVID-19 Safety

Enhanced cleaning and social-distancing measures in place. Learn more.

Covid-19 Response

Health and Hygiene

For over 20 years, GVI has prioritised the health and safety of our staff, participants, partners and local community members. In response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, GVI has created the GVI health and hygiene team to put in place new standards of cleanliness, norms and behaviours that meet or exceed international recommendations to ensure the ongoing safety of GVI’s participants, staff and communities around the world. Internationally recommended practices, such as advice from the World Health Organization (WHO), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the governments Australia, UK and US, continue to be monitored and the standards are likely to change if and when international advice changes.


The work GVI is contributing to across the globe remains important and the following measures allow our participants to continue to join GVI’s programs and continue impacting positively on their world and the communities we work with. The following changes to our existing protocols have been made by the GVI health and hygiene team to strengthen our health and hygiene protocols and ensure that international standard safeguards are in place to protect our participants, staff and host communities.


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What's It like?

If you’d like to find out what the experience of joining a GVI project is really like, simply contact us and we’ll put you in touch with one of our many Alumni.


We’ll try to match you to an Alum based on your location, nationality, age, stage of academic career, gender, and program interests. This allows you to gain insights into the experience that is most relevant to you.


Depending on your location you might be able to speak to an Alum over the phone or online, or meet up with them face-to-face at a coffee shop nearby. We also run a series of small events around the world where you can speak to GVI Alumni, Ambassadors and staff members.


Live Updates

Follow GVI Pokhara's Facebook page for live updates straight from the field. Get an idea of the types of projects you might be involved in, meet our staff and participants, experience life on this GVI base, hear about free time activities, and learn about the local culture and environment.
 
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Arrivals

When it comes to support, we ensure that each participant is provided with unparalleled, 360 degree support, from your initial contact with the GVI Family, all the way through your program, and even after, as you become part of the GVI Alumni Team.


As part of this promise, we will ensure, whenever possible, that one of our dedicated staff will be available to meet you at the airport. In most locations, we also set up a Whatsapp group to help with managing airport arrivals. We will arrange with you prior to your departure that, should you arrive in the agreed upon pick up window, a member of our staff will be there to welcome you, easily identifiable in a GVI t-shirt or holding a GVI sign and wearing a friendly smile. This means there will be someone there to greet you as you land, and from there you will be transported to your GVI base to start your adventure and meet the rest of your team.


 
 
 

COVID-19 Safety

Please note that the above images were taken pre COVID-19. All airport pick-ups and program operations now run with enhanced cleaning and social-distancing measures in place. Learn more.

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Meet the team - Senior Field Management

Hannah Westcott

Program Manager

This is Hannah, the Program Manager at GVI’s base in Pokhara, Nepal. She has been visiting Nepal for several years now, mostly working in Kathmandu. When she heard about the opportunity with GVI she was very excited, acknowledging that GVI is a purpose-driven organisation, which she respects and values.


Hannah believes that the small things are what have a large impact on communities. The projects she has been working with include teaching, women's empowerment and more. Hannah can observe the positive change the work brings to the communities. On top of this, she also sees the change that the work can have on the volunteers and how it develops them in their journeys.

Meet the team - In-Country Staff

Rhythm Gautam

Teaching Coordinator
This is Rhythm! He is 22 years old and was born and raised in Pokhara, Nepal. He was originally a trekking guide, then the opportunity to become a Teaching Coordinator popped up and he got involved. At the moment he teaches both Englishs and Math to partner schools for grades one to five.

Sita Thapa

Project Coordinator

Meet Sita. Sita is one of the Project Coordinator for the Women's Empowerment project in Pokhara, Nepal.


She has been with GVI for a year now, and it has since become family for her. As part of her role she works with community members and leads volunteers. She finds inspiration working with volunteers and is grateful to do the work she does, empowering women in different ways.

Your Impact

All of our programs have short, mid and long-term objectives that fit with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals or UN SDGs. This enables us to report on our collaborative impact across the world in a streamlined manner, measuring which UN SDGs we are making a substantial contribution to. Furthermore, this will help our local partners and communities measure and visualise their contribution to the UN SDGs.


Prior to your arrival on base, you will be educated about the history of the UN SDGs. Then, once on base you’ll learn about the specific goals of your location, the long-, mid- and short-term objectives, and also clarification of how your personal, shorter-term involvement contributes to these goals on a global level.


Our aim is to educate you on local and global issues, so that you continue to act as active global citizens after your program, helping to fulfil our mission of building a global network of people united by their passion to make a difference.


Early Childhood Development and Education


We support several educational facilities for young students in Nepal. GVI participants contribute by improving the infrastructure of learning environments, developing educational resources, and helping students achieve learning objectives. In addition, GVI staff and participants also sometimes run informal educational workshops with students from the local community. Subjects we support include English language learning, maths, science, and computer skills. With younger students arts and crafts lessons are held to promote fine motor skills development. Sports lessons help promote gross motor skills development, teamwork, and healthy lifestyle.


Preventative Healthcare


GVI participants support health in Nepal by conducting WASH, Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene, workshops. This includes facilitating practices like hand washing and tooth brushing in the local community.


Women’s Empowerment


Staff and participants contributing to our women’s empowerment program in Nepal participated in a number of educational and professional development workshops. These encompass many subjects but might include lessons on topics like conversational English, mathematics, resume writing, and alternative income generation. In addition we also support women’s health workshops to address issues like prenatal health and human rights presentations to address the prevalence of human trafficking in the region.


All these initiatives offer support to the community and local partners, and to address many of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, such as #4 – Quality Education, #3, Health and Wellbeing, #5 – Gender Equality and #6 – Clean Water and Sanitation.


Our Partners In Pokhara

Project Objectives

Pokhara’s Long-term Objectives:


1. Providing support to students to reach learning goals appropriate to their age, grade level, or individual needs through increasing access to educational resources and their effective use in providing quality learning experiences.


2. Increasing the knowledge and understanding of healthcare in the community with an emphasis on prevention, and developing health-related skills such as Emergency First Aid.


3. Increasing professional and vocational skills held by women in the community, through education and empowerment.


Publications

The best decisions in international development and conservation cannot be made without accurate and up-to-date data or informed research. Our many field teams around the world collaborate with local and international partners to analyse data and draw conclusions. In addition, many of our participants have used research they have collected on their various GVI projects to complete their Masters, Doctorate, or postdoctoral studies. We also run a fellowship program which connects postdoctoral researchers at globally-respected universities with our many sustainable development programs around the world to support their research and ensure continuous improvement of our best practices on base.


Our Ethics

Below is a list of core ethics and best practices we believe are essential to the operation of high quality, ethical volunteer and sustainable development programs. We believe that all responsible volunteer and sustainable development operations should focus upon these principles. If you are considering volunteering, these are some of the key considerations you should question, to ensure that your time and money contributes towards positive change.


 


We want to constantly develop our own understanding of ethical best practice. In so doing, we aim to provide an exemplary industry standard for other education institutions, international development organisations, and social enterprises. Our Badge of Ethics stands for the drive to always do good, better. Find out more, click on the Badge below.


 

Our 10 Ethical Commitments

 

Locally Driven, Collaborative Projects

We aim to design all our projects in collaboration with local organizations and communities and ensure that they are locally driven.


 

Clear Objectives & Sustainable Outcomes

We aim to clearly define short-, mid-, and long-term objectives with sustainable outcomes for all our projects.


 

Impact Reporting

We aim to track, record, and publish the impact of each of our projects.


 

Working Against Dependency

We aim to build in-country capacity by assisting local organizations in becoming self-sustaining.


 

Responsible Exit Strategies

For each local organization we work with, we aim to have a plan in place for withdrawing support responsibly.


 

Clear Roles & Specialized Training

We aim to ensure that every participant is assigned a clear role and that they are fully trained and supported to carry out their work by specialized staff.


 

Respect for all

In all our actions we aim to respect the skills and efforts of all and seek to protect the rights, culture and dignity of everyone who engages with GVI.


 

Local Ownership

We work to ensure that credit for the results of any project, along with any data collected, research conducted, or Intellectual Property developed, remains the property of local organizations.


 

Transitioning from the Orphanage Model

We do not condone and aim to withdraw support of orphanages and residential care centers.


 

Child and Vulnerable adult policies

We will live by our Child Protection and Vulnerable Adult policies.


Continual Development

As an organization, GVI is committed to striving toward best practice, and to educating both our potential participants, our partners, and the world at large about them. Both the volunteering and sustainable development sectors are increasingly, and rightly, under scrutiny. Many recent local and global articles highlight poor practices and questionable ethics. GVI is widely recognized for striving to apply global best practice in the volunteering, education and sustainable development sectors throughout our operations by reputable organizations such as ChildSafe.


However, global best practice is always evolving and we dedicate both time and resources to engage with internationally respected experts and learn from the latest research to ensure our programs both fulfil their potential to create maximum positive impact, and minimise their potential to create unintentional negative impact. Along with and as part of the sustainable development and volunteering community, we are constantly learning and applying this learning to practice. We do not always get everything right, but we seek feedback from our community members, partners, participants and our staff, and react accordingly. We know are already doing a great job, and feedback we have received confirms this, but we aim to do even better and are continuously refining our operations to improve upon our already excellent reputation.


Program Ethics

 

NO ORPHANAGE PROGRAMS

We don’t support or allow participants to work in institutional residential care facilities, also known as orphanages. We partner with ReThink Orphanages and Freedom United.

CHILD AND VULNERABLE ADULT PROTECTION POLICY

Our Child and Vulnerable Adult Protection Policy requires all our staff and participants to complete a criminal background check and to learn why you shouldn’t reveal a child’s identifying factors in photographs. We support the ChildSafe Movement.

NO MEDICAL VOLUNTEERING

We don’t offer any programs where our participants engage in medical treatment. This is because our participants aren’t typically qualified to do this work and would therefore not be able to do this work in their home country. Our participants only assist with public health programs.

NO DISABILITY SUPPORT PROGRAMS

We don’t offer any programs where our participants work directly with people with disabilities. This is because our participants aren’t typically qualified to do this work and would therefore not be able to do this work in their home country.

ALIGNED TO LOCAL OBJECTIVES

Each one of our initiatives is aligned to objectives set by a local organisation or professional. Our staff and participants work to support these local actors in achieving their specific goals.

LOCAL EMPLOYEES REMAIN EMPLOYED

Our participants don’t replace the staff employed by local organisations. Rather, they support currently employed staff with achieving their objectives. Our goal is always to increase local capacity to address local problems.

LOCAL EMPLOYEES REMAIN FOCUSED

Participants require training and support to ensure that they carry out tasks correctly. Our staff provide this training and support so that local staff can focus on what is truly important to their organisation at the time.

Qualifications

Parent Info

‘If only every student could do this. It changes your life in all the right ways,’ says Chris Heritage, parent of Luke Heritage, one of our teen volunteers who has participated on two GVI programs, one in Costa Rica and another in South Africa.

We are a parent-run organisation that is incredibly serious about health and safety, and increasing the impact, as well as the long-term career benefits of our programs. Our programs help young people develop the skills to select a career path that is personally fulfilling, and live a life aligned to the well-being of our planet and the global community.

Ken and Linda Jeffrey, whose son Sam volunteered with GVI in Thailand, talk about how the experience affected Sam. He also went on to volunteer with GVI again in South Africa. ‘I know it sounds like a cliche but in a sense, he did go away as a boy and he came back as a young man. Both of us could recommend GVI without any hesitation to any other parent thinking about exploring an opportunity for their children to explore the world and to see different parts of it.’

Parent Info Pack

Download the Parent Pack and learn more about:

Our staff: All our projects are run by staff, selected, vetted, trained, and managed by our central office.
Health and safety: Our safety practices include a child and vulnerable adult protection policy and high participant ratios.
Staying in touch: See what’s happening on base, by following a hub’s dedicated Facebook page.
Free parent consultations: We would love to talk to you about exciting opportunities available for your child.

Support & Safety

We won’t sugarcoat it — traveling abroad is usually a complex process that carries an element of risk. But this is exactly why we’re passionate about providing extensive support throughout the process as well as the highest safety standards during the in-country phase. We believe that volunteering abroad should not only be impactful, but an enjoyable experience that carries as little risk as possible. This is exactly how we’ve been able to maintain our reputation as the most highly respected volunteering organisations in the sector over the past two decades.


 

COVID-19 Safety

Enhanced cleaning and social-distancing measures are in place throughout each GVI program. Learn more.

Support

Once a participant books, they will be assigned a personal support coordinator who will oversee their pre-departure journey. The support coordinator helps to bridge the gap between program enrolment and arrival at one of our field bases. Your personal support coordinator will ensure that you are provided with all the necessary information required to apply for visas, background checks, and any other documentation.


Safety

Upon arrival at the airport, participants will be greeted by a GVI staff member. All GVI staff are our own and all our programs around the world are run by our staff. All GVI field staff are background checked, Emergency First Response and safety trained. The minimum staff to participant ratio on GVI’s programs is one to six, although on several bases we have a ratio of one to three. When finishing the experience, participants will provide feedback on all aspects of their program.


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Health & Safety Case Studies

19 Nov

HOW GVI UPHOLDS HEALTH AND SAFETY

It takes courage to book a GVI program, get on a flight, and head off to somewhere new. Volunteering offers a level of cultural immersion that typical backpacking or holidays just can’t achieve. This is why thousands of people around the world participate in paid GVI programs.


1 Nov

GVI’S COMMITMENT TO SAFETY AND SECURITY

As the saying goes: ‘Expect the best, plan for the worst’. Cliched or not, we take it to heart. This tenet is at the core of how GVI operates when it comes to promoting the health and safety of our participants, staff, and local community members at all of our 20+ bases around the world.


6 Nov

HOW GVI REMAINS PREPARED FOR NATURAL DISASTERS

The weather isn’t just a topic for polite small-talk here at GVI. We have emergency action plans in place for all scenarios. So when the weather, or other natural forces, takes a nasty turn, we are prepared to respond to stormy situations.


5 Nov

HOW GVI MANAGES PARTICIPANTS EXPECTATIONS

Once GVI has matched a participant to a program that suits their passions and goals, our team aims to set the right expectations for them. In the event that false expectations around a program are created, the GVI team takes immediate action to ensure that the situation rectified.


What's Included

General
Volunteer
Intern
Core
Research
Career

24-hour emergency desk

24-hour in-country support

Airport pick-up (unless otherwise stated)

All project equipment

Food (except on long-term internship placements

Safe and basic accommodation (usually shared)

Pre-Program Training
Volunteer
Intern
Core
Research
Career

Group introductory call

Welcome presentation

Endorsed GVI Specialisation Course

In partnership with the University of Richmond

Endorsed Leadership Course

In partnership with the University of Richmond
Project Work
Volunteer
Intern
Core
Research
Career

Sustainable project work

Leadership responsibilities

Data collection and research

Real projects with partners

Remote Support
Volunteer
Intern
Core
Research
Career

Program training

Tailored to your location and program focus

Remote Internship Supervisor

Remote Academic Internship Supervisor

Remote Career Internship Supervisor

Post-Program
Volunteer
Intern
Core
Research
Career

Preferential recruitment on GVI positions

Job portal access

Endorsed Careers Course

In partnership with the University of Richmond

Career coaching sessions(x2)

Job guarantee (6 month minimum)

Certificates & Achievements
Volunteer
Intern
Core
Research
Career

PDF reference - upon request

Linkedin reference and skills endorsement

Exclusions

Itinerary

The following itinerary is an example of the activities and project work that participants might get involved in on this program. More specific details of the program are finalised several months before each start date. The itinerary shown below has been followed by our staff and group volunteers in the past.

Friday

If you’ve arranged an airport pickup, you will be met at the airport. Speak to your Enrolment Manager about how you can book accommodation for the evening.

Saturday

Meet up with a GVI staff member at a local meeting point in Kathmandu. Here you will meet the rest of the volunteers and your local guide.

Sunday

Tour Kathmandu, visiting locations such as the Hindu temple of Pashupatinath, a UNESCO world heritage site.

Monday

Start your trek to Everest Base Camp. Take a 45 minute flight to Lukla and then trek to Phakding along meandering trails lined with stone walls.

Tuesday

Follow the torrent of the Dudh Koshi river up through forests of rhododendron, magnolia and giant firs to Namche Bazaar, a village known as the Sherpa capital.

Wednesday

Today you won’t be trekking, but rather acclimatising to the high altitude of 3,440 metres above sea level. Watch the Himalayan sun rise and set as you immerse yourself in Sherpa culture.

Thursday

Climb steadily towards the holy ground of Tengboche Buddhist monastery. Here you’ll be treated to scenic views of the Everest peak.

Friday

Trek past the village of Khumjung, where the local monastery is said to hold the skull of the legendary yeti. See yaks peacefully grazing the green pastures.

Saturday

Today you’ll need to acclimatise to the altitude of nearly 4000 metres above sea level. If you feel up to it, you can join others to hike to Nagarjuna Hill or Chukung village.

Sunday

Now things start to get really icy. You’ll be trekking to Lobuche, where stone houses dot the frosted wilderness. Pass frozen lakes and rivers on your quest upwards.

Monday

The goal today is to reach Everest Base Camp. You make your way up Khumbu Glacier to our final destination at 5367 metres above sea level.

Tuesday

Ascend to Kala Patthar, the best vantage point for viewing the Everest peak. Then descend down into the expanse of Goraksha and overnight in the village of Pheriche.

Wednesday

Travel down to Tengboche, cross the torrent of the Dudh Koshi river, and leave behind the alpine meadows.

Thursday

Return to Namche Bazaar, but only for a little while, because it’s only a stop-over on the way to Monjo, where you will be staying for the night.

Friday

Take an easy stroll down through the scrub forest and make your final steep ascent to Lukla where you will be spending the night.

Saturday

Your journey comes full circle as you hop on a flight back to Kathmandu. Some free time is allocated for individual exploration of the town.

Sunday

Take a scenic drive to the Trisuli River. Experience class III rapids with your fellow adventurers. Camp overnight on the riverbank.

Monday

Continue your rafting adventure along class IV rapids. Travel down the river until you reach Kuringhat from where you’ll leave your raft behind and travel to Pokhara.

Tuesday

Take a tour around the local area. Visit the tiny Hindu temple in the middle of the central lake, surrounded by the mountain peaks of Annapurna.

Wednesday

Begin volunteer work. Learn some key Nepali phrases and how to make momos, traditional Nepali dumplings, from the women of SASANE, an anti-human trafficking organisation.

Thursday

Begin volunteer work. Learn some key Nepali phrases and how to make momos, traditional Nepali dumplings, from the women of SASANE, an anti-human trafficking organisation.

Friday

Begin volunteer work. Learn some key Nepali phrases and how to make momos, traditional Nepali dumplings, from the women of SASANE, an anti-human trafficking organisation.

Saturday

Take some time to explore Pokhara on your own. Visit the World Peace Pagoda, the Tibetan Refugee Camp, and hike up to Sarangkot village for a scenic view.

Sunday

Take some time to explore Pokhara on your own. Visit the World Peace Pagoda, the Tibetan Refugee Camp, and hike up to Sarangkot village for a scenic view.

Monday

Contribute to GVI’s ongoing sustainable development projects in the area. You might assist with teaching children and adults, or helping to improve educational facilities.

Tuesday

Contribute to GVI’s ongoing sustainable development projects in the area. You might assist with teaching children and adults, or helping to improve educational facilities.

Wednesday

Contribute to GVI’s ongoing sustainable development projects in the area. You might assist with teaching children and adults, or helping to improve educational facilities.

Thursday

Contribute to GVI’s ongoing sustainable development projects in the area. You might assist with teaching children and adults, or helping to improve educational facilities.

Friday

Contribute to GVI’s ongoing sustainable development projects in the area. You might assist with teaching children and adults, or helping to improve educational facilities.

Saturday

Your Nepali adventure, sadly, comes to an end. Experience a scenic bus ride back to Kathmandu. Overnight in a local hotel and in the morning, board your flight home.

Sunday

Your Nepali adventure, sadly, comes to an end. Experience a scenic bus ride back to Kathmandu. Overnight in a local hotel and in the morning, board your flight home.