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New reviews from our recent volunteers from Spain and China.

Dear FLY Nepal ,

When you think about volunteering in another country, you always expect to get fully involved in the culture of the , meet a lot of local people and learn from this.

With fly Nepal I experienced all of those, sharing my days with nepali people and many other volunteers from all over the world, learning together and sharing different points of view.

We got to see different areas of Nepal. And not just the touristic ones and we realized that this country as beautiful as it is, will never stop surprising us.

Everyone has different and fulfilling surrounded by active and curious and the kindhearted locals.

The possibilities are endless; you can go trekking for a few days paragliding the himalayas, ride a pony in the mountains, visit all the gorgeous temples, Buddhist stupas or monasteries in the area or take a boat and spend you afternoon on the lake with few friends.

Another thing that I will always remember is the raw landscapes of Nepal, everywhere in the country is easy to find wildlife. Every time you look around you can see mountains arising around you and the exotic plants and flowers of Nepal.

In conclusion our days in Nepal will never be forgotten and I will leave this place with a great desire to come back

Paula Parez
Spain(2014)
Monastery volunteer in Pokhara
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Dear Fly Nepal family,

We have to say goodbye Nepal No I think it should be see you.

I have changed all my plan of summer vacation for this trip. Two months ago ,I think I would go to Shenanigan and Qenghae lake with my bicycle team mates, on my vacation. But when I knew about fly Nepal everything has changed. it must be a thing that I need to experience, I told to myself.

After this trip I am glad to tell you it’s a correct choice. Nepal is a beautiful country with beautiful people.

"Slow" This word is all I realized we can walk ,wash and eat slowly. time gets longer than before, it cant experience in china. it's a wonderful.

Today we are leaving; Best wishes to fly Nepal and Bishal …

Ye Xenghue
China, (2014)
Volunteer in monastery, Pokhara
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Another volunteer's feedback from China

Dear Fly Nepal family,

We have to say goodbye Nepal No I think it should be see you.

I have changed all my plan of summer vacation for this trip. Two months ago ,I think I would  go to Shenanigan and Qenghae lake with my bicycle team mates, on my vacation. But when I knew about fly Nepal everything has changed. it must be a thing that I need to experience, I told to myself.

After this trip I am glad to tell you it’s a correct choice. Nepal is a beautiful country with beautiful people.

"Slow" This word is all I realized we can walk ,wash and eat slowly. time gets longer than before, it cant experience in china. it's a wonderful.

Today we are leaving; Best wishes to fly Nepal and Bishal …

Ye Xenghue
China, (2014)
Volunteer in monastery, Pokhara
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Spanish volunteer's feedback
Dear FLY Nepal ,

When you think about volunteering in another country, you always expect to get fully involved in the culture of the  , meet a lot of local people and learn from this.

With fly Nepal I experienced all of those, sharing my days with nepali people and many other volunteers from all over the world, learning together and sharing different points of view.

We got to see different areas of Nepal. And not just the touristic ones and we realized that this country as beautiful as it is, will never stop surprising us.

Everyone has different and fulfilling surrounded by active and curious and the kindhearted locals.

The possibilities are endless; you can go trekking for a few days paragliding the himalayas, ride a pony in the mountains, visit all the gorgeous temples, Buddhist stupas or monasteries in the area or take a boat and spend you afternoon on the lake with few friends.

Another thing that I will always remember is the raw landscapes of Nepal, everywhere in the country is easy to find wildlife. Every time you look around you  can see mountains arising around you and the exotic plants and flowers of Nepal.

In conclusion our days in Nepal will never be forgotten and I will leave this place with a great desire to come back

Paula Parez
Spain(2014)
Monastery volunteer in Pokhara
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Greater Nepal, Greater Destination for volunteering and stay tuned with us for more....http://www.flynepal.org
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See our Aussie volunteer's real story about volunteering in Nepal and for more real success stories please visit www.flynepal.org


Thanks again, for everything!
I'm a pharmacy student from South Australia and I first thought of doing medical volunteer work in Nepal when my friend shared his experience in Nepal. Honestly, I didn't know what to expect in the beginning and I was a little scared because I didn't know what was waiting for me. I was sent to Chitwan for my volunteer work and I stayed with the host family for a week. I'm so glad I was arranged to go to Chitwan because I had the most amazing time there. The host family provided me the most comforting environment and did their best to let me experience Nepali culture. Homemade foods were always delicious and if you are open to experience anything and everything Nepali, you will love it. Whenever I visit a house, they will always bring out foods for you and they are very friendly. I made amazing friends that I will keep in contact for life and I will definitely go back to see them again. Regarding my volunteer experience, there were a lot of limitations because as a pharmacy student, we get taught on how to counsel patients but not actual hands-on/practical stuffs. So when I can't speak much Nepali, there weren't so much pharmacy-related work that I could do. So when we figured out that I can't do much volunteer work, my health coordinator tried his best to show me variety of health posts in Chitwan, how the system works and how some free drugs are given at health posts etc. My coordinator and I went out for Dengue fever campaign once, giving out papers and informing the public and it was fun. The nature of the job as a pharmacist has its limitation in a non-English speaking country, so when I come next time, I would rather volunteer at orphanages and teach English etc. Although volunteering experience wasn't the way I expected, I have learned so many things while living with the locals. People in Nepal don't stop smiling no matter how hard things are. It was a great chance for me to learn that I take so many things for granted. It was one of those experience that can be gained only in Nepal and I'm very glad that decided to go to Nepal. Buffalo pooping right in front of you while you are having breakfast was funny, no toilet paper but just water and your hands available in the toilet was more than just a shock but they were all fun times. No air conditioner in such a humid weather made me to appreciate the breeze of nature, no electricity at night made me pay attention to the sound of the night. On my last day in Nepal, I randomly hung out with homeless kids in Thamel, and because I was able to speak little Nepali from the time in Chitwan, I was able to communicate a little and we felt very close. They brought me into tears at the end when I had to say bye, but those kids taught me valuable elements that would help me continue on with my life,  and I'm looking forward to see them again. Thank you for having me FlyNepal team, and Namaste!


Junie Wang
Australia, 2014
Medical volunteer in Nepal
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Thanks again, for everything!
I'm a pharmacy student from South Australia and I first thought of doing medical volunteer work in Nepal when my friend shared his experience in Nepal. Honestly, I didn't know what to expect in the beginning and I was a little scared because I didn't know what was waiting for me. I was sent to Chitwan for my volunteer work and I stayed with the host family for a week. I'm so glad I was arranged to go to Chitwan because I had the most amazing time there. The host family provided me the most comforting environment and did their best to let me experience Nepali culture. Homemade foods were always delicious and if you are open to experience anything and everything Nepali, you will love it. Whenever I visit a house, they will always bring out foods for you and they are very friendly. I made amazing friends that I will keep in contact for life and I will definitely go back to see them again. Regarding my volunteer experience, there were a lot of limitations because as a pharmacy student, we get taught on how to counsel patients but not actual hands-on/practical stuffs. So when I can't speak much Nepali, there weren't so much pharmacy-related work that I could do. So when we figured out that I can't do much volunteer work, my health coordinator tried his best to show me variety of health posts in Chitwan, how the system works and how some free drugs are given at health posts etc. My coordinator and I went out for Dengue fever campaign once, giving out papers and informing the public and it was fun. The nature of the job as a pharmacist has its limitation in a non-English speaking country, so when I come next time, I would rather volunteer at orphanages and teach English etc. Although volunteering experience wasn't the way I expected, I have learned so many things while living with the locals. People in Nepal don't stop smiling no matter how hard things are. It was a great chance for me to learn that I take so many things for granted. It was one of those experience that can be gained only in Nepal and I'm very glad that decided to go to Nepal. Buffalo pooping right in front of you while you are having breakfast was funny, no toilet paper but just water and your hands available in the toilet was more than just a shock but they were all fun times. No air conditioner in such a humid weather made me to appreciate the breeze of nature, no electricity at night made me pay attention to the sound of the night. On my last day in Nepal, I randomly hung out with homeless kids in Thamel, and because I was able to speak little Nepali from the time in Chitwan, I was able to communicate a little and we felt very close. They brought me into tears at the end when I had to say bye, but those kids taught me valuable elements that would help me continue on with my life,  and I'm looking forward to see them again. Thank you for having me FlyNepal team, and Namaste!


Junie Wang
Australia, 2014
Medical volunteer in Nepal

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