Sample trips include: Everest Base Camp and/or Kala Patar: Travel in Sherpa country in the midst of beautiful and historic monasteries and some of the highest, most picturesque mountains in the world. Home to yaks, deer, wild goats, pheasant, and the friendliest people on the planet. Annapurna Base Camp: Start with a boat trip in Pokhara’s Phewa Tal and ascend to a circle of immense craggy peaks, and air as fresh and clean as it gets. Experience famous Gurung hospitality along the way. Chitwan National Park: A jungle paradise along the Rapti River, with endless treasures: elephants, rhinos, spotted deer, barking deer, gharials, crocodiles, wild boar, and an amazing array of local and migratory birds. Even the occasional tiger…
Check out the details from our Charity Trek to the TSUM VALLEY!
We trekked through the Manaslu region of the Himalayas, only open to trekking since 2008! COST: $1,850
INCLUDES: - All airport transfers - 4 nights twin accommodations at Hotel Tibet in Kathmandu - Meals as indicated in the itinerary - Chartered SUV: Kathmandu – Soti Khola – Kathmandu - All-inclusive lodge trek as indicated in the itinerary - Manaslu Conservation Area Fees and Permits - First aid kit and Gamow Bag
DOES NOT INCLUDE: - Your international airfare - Nepal visa - Meals not indicated on itinerary - Tips and gratuities - Personal equipment (a suggested list will be provided) - Your travel insurance (REQUIRED) - And other expenses of personal nature (soft drinks, alcoholic beverages, mineral water, laundry, phone calls, internet, battery charging, comfort food, etc).
The Kumari Project Charity Trek asks each trekker to raise $1000 to support The Kumari Project (unless under 18). We will assist you with ideas and materials!
TREK SCHEDULE Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu. (D) Hotel Tibet Day 2: Free day in Kathmandu. (B, L) Hotel Tibet Day 3: Chartered vehicle to Soti Khola. (B,L,D) (2,350 ft) Lodge Day 4: Machhi Khola. (B,L,D) (3,050 ft) Lodge Day 5: Jagat/Salleri. (B,L,D) (4,625 ft) Lodge Day 6: Lokwa. (B, L, D) (7,400 ft) Lodge Day 7: Chumling (B,L,D) (7,800ft) Lodge Day 8: Chekampar. (B,L,D) (9,950 ft) Lodge Day 9: Nile. (B,L,D) (11,027ft) Lodge Day 10: Mu Gompa. (B,L,D) (12,139ft) Lodge Day 11: Explore and descend to Nile. (B, L, D) Lodge Day 12: Descend to Chumling. (B,L,D) Lodge Day 13: Descend to Phillim or Jagat. (B,L,D) Lodge Day 14: Khorla Besi. (B,L,D) Lodge Day 15: Soti Khola. (B, L, D) Lodge Day 16: Drive back to Kathmandu. (B,L,D) Lodge Day 17: Free day in Kathmandu. (B, D) Hotel Tibet Day 18: Departure. (B)
CAN'T GO ON OUR TREK, BUT STILL WANT TO TREK TO SUPPORT THE KUMARI PROJECT?
Choose among many destinations and timelines that work for you! Make this trek your own! Go with your own family/friends or join a small group. And a trip to the Kumari Project Safe House is included! Contact us to get more details and start planning your trip! email@example.com
TESTIMONIALS FROM OUR PAST CHARITY TREKS
“If you only have one chance to trek in Nepal, The Kumari Project Annapurna Base Camp Trek is the one to do! From the first climb to the last descent, you are immersed in the majestic beauty and spirituality of Nepal. The well trained and fun-loving staff offers assistance at every turn and you experience the Himalayas in a very unique and inviting way. This wonder is seamlessly complimented by close interaction with the powerful work that the Kumari Project is doing to positively impact the lives of Nepalese orphans. This trek will transform you." - Kate, Trekker 2015
"The Kumari Project 2015 Annapurna Base Camp Trek offered a great opportunity to balance an individual physical challenge with days spent among an outstanding support staff and congenial companions sharing a mutual interest in bettering lives in Nepal. What a combination! There are many options for trekking in the Himalayas. I have done so independently for forty years. However, this trip revealed not just the beauty of the landscape but provided for special interactions and insights into the daily activities of those in Nepal. It was a wonderful chance to see the efforts of Arun, Beth, and all working with the project up close. Meeting the children was a uniquely rewarding experience. I look forward to repeating this adventure on a future Kumari Project trek." -Michael, Trekker 2015
"Trekking in Nepal has been on my must do list for 25 years. The Kumari Project provided the impetus to finally turn 'wouldn't it be nice' into 'Now's the time!'. The passion that Arun and her amazing mother Beth so clearly have for their mission is both inspiring and sobering. The Kumari Project is providing not only security, wellbeing and health to children, but is giving these kids a chance at a vibrant future. A future they would very likely never have without Kumari. Arun and her team are helping to change the world one small fate at a time. I am so grateful that I was able to be a small part of that change; all the while fulfilling a life long dream of trekking in Nepal. A trip that was well beyond all of my expectations. Thank you Arun and Beth for an experience of a lifetime!" - Rachelle, Trekker 2015
The Kumari Project P.O. Box 5800 Eugene, OR 97405-5800 Phone: 541.974.5179 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Kumari Project is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit. Donors may take a tax deduction to the full extent allowed by law for their contributions to us.