i m living with my family in a village 18km from Kathmandu valley and we are welcoming Workawayers from all over the world. Our doors are open who wants to learn our culture and be part of our family.we are running a guest house and we need your help with the tourist and daily tasks of the house.it s a family business and no paid stuff here. It s my wife and two sons working all together to make this place as beautiful as we can.With the volunteer help we get to know you and utilize your diverse culture and knowledge.
Creating/ Cooking family meals
This project could involve children. For more information see our guidelines and tips here.
in our village you can learn cooking,making friends with the villagerss and indulge into nepalise culture.people are friendlys here and always would like to teach you.also you can learn how to run a guest house.
we have tourists all year around so our guest house needs help with check in-out procedure and minor help with general housekeeping. Also you can help my wife to cook original Nepalise food and learn all about it! what we grow is what we eat. Work is not hard so you will have so much time to discover the area.
As a Workawayer you will have your own private room with wifi and hot shower. Sometimes you have to share the room with other Workawayers but it rarely happens.in return for your help you will get 3 meals a day usually vegetarien dishes. Second floor of the guesthouse is dedicated to the volunteers.you will have a room to yourself with shared bathroom.
Sometimes we get really busy so you might need to share a room with other volunteers.
in our village we have the oldest hindu temple in nepal so you can check it out.we have a lot of nature walks around the village so you can do some hikes as well.you can visit the village and watch the original wood carving tecniques from the local people.they are always willing to teach you.you can visit kathmandu as well.it s 1.5 hour away with the local bus
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
More than two
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week