NEPAL VOLUNTEER TRIP

NEPALSend yourself on a Nepalese adventure without paying a single supplement.. 15-DAY PACKAGE $1550 Head off on a Nepalese adventure and get 30 per cent off plus pay no single supplement. The 15-day package is now priced from $1550 a person and journeys to Nepal’s Manaslu and Annapurna region, including three nights in Kathmandu, three nights in Pokhara and four [….]

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Gokyo Lakes Trek Nepal

Nepal is known to the rest of the world as a premium adventure destination. Kathmandu with its 8 million people is a tourists gold mine, a living cultural museum, with its ancient palaces and temples.Our trip takes us into the Sherpa area of Gokyo on some of the best trekking trails in Nepal. Gokyo is surrounded by a series of [….]

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NEPAL REBUILD SCHOOL UPDATE

Lyn Taylor’s Adventure Travel has received fantastic news that Saraswasi Primary School Maguwa Nepal is not 85% completed. We will return in April for the official opening of the school, and help rebuild our second school Dansing School, Fulkharka. If you would like to join us on a Volunteer visit please contact Lyn on enquiries@tayloradventure.com

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OUR VISIT TO MAJUWA VILLAGE NEPAL AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE

Lyn Taylor’s Adventure Travel experienced an action packed 2015, even the earth moved under our feet on the 25th April. Seven months after that devastating disaster in Nepal, came a very positive outcome. We not only talked the talk, but walked the walk. Heartfelt thanks to everyone who stepped forward with support financially, emotionally, physically and spiritually. The people of [….]

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Majuwa School Nepal update

Today I have received my first update and photos on the re building progress of Saraswasi Primary School. This is exciting news as many others volunteers I know  have been trying to start building schools in other areas of Nepal have been unsuccessful due to the border blockage and fuel shortage that has hit Nepal. on the re building progress of [….]

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OUR WORK COMPLETED

Today we arrived to  Pokhara after spending 2 weeks at Majuwa village. We left Majuwa on the 24th, trekked for 2 days to the city of Dhading on the way we saw many homes destroyed  On the 2nd night we had just arrived at our camp by the river when the earth again moved this time 4.3, epicentre again Gorkha, [….]

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DAY OFF FROM THE JOB

Today there will be a huge festival (yes another one) celebrated at the holy site of Ganga Jumina situated half way up the mountain behind Majuwa Village. People travel from far villages far away to attend this festival.  All day people streamed past our campsite, some only go to the temple to pray then return home where as tousands gather at [….]

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ANOTHER DAY ON THE BUILDING SITE

This mornings work was interrupted by a pleasurable distraction, we attended a wedding ceremony at the local Christian Church. The bride was a local girl and the groom from Besisahar which is more than 12 hours drive from Majuwa on a rough dangerous road. There was reception at her parents home where everyone gathered for Dhal Bhaat. After the wedding [….]

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PREPARING THE LAND TO BEGUN BUILDING

We woke to another beautiful day, but noticing the increasing haze from villages now forced to burn wood for cooking. Still the border has not been opened, both India and Neoal Givernments are arguing  about the constitution. If they continue within this stand off then in 4 weeks Nepal will be out of food and gasoline, it is a terrible [….]

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