Fri 10 Feb - Sun 19 Feb 2017

In aid of The Pahar Trust Nepal

The Pahar Trust Nepal

OVERVIEW

What to expect

ITINERARY

What you will do

COSTS

Ways to pay

INFORMATION

All you need to know

Your challenge day by day

Day 1, Fri 10 Feb 2017

INTERNATIONAL DEPARTURE

Our Charity Challenge representative will be at the airport to welcome and assist you with your flight check-in plus answer any last minute questions before your flight from London to Delhi.

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Day 2, Sat 11 Feb 2017

ARRIVAL IN KATHMANDU, NEPAL

You will land in Delhi, India and then catch a connecting flight to Kathmandu, Nepal. Here you will be met by your Charity Challenge Leader and transfer to your hotel.  You will then have the remainder of the day to relax and recover from your flights or explore the amazing sights, sounds and smells of Nepal’s capital city, Kathmandu.  This evening, your Community Challenge Leader will brief you on the Community Project Build and any local health & safety procedures you should follow. They will be your point of contact for the entire challenge.

 

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Day 3, Sun 12 Feb 2017

TRANSFER TO POKHARA

Today you will transfer from Kathmandu to Pokhara by road, which is approximately 7 hours, and arrive at the village which will be your base for the week. You will have a recap of the safety briefing, an orientation of the village and meet the wider team. Overnight in a hotel.

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Day 4, Mon 13 Feb 2017

INTRODUCTION TO THE COMMUNITY AND THE BUILD SITE

MON: INTRODUCTION TO THE COMMUNITY AND THE BUILD SITE
Breakfast will be served early and you will then head out to the building site. At the beginning of each working day you will be briefed on the specifics of the challenge & tasks ahead including the respective safety and training aspects for each activity.  The days will be scheduled around the local working hours and appropriate temperatures. Lunch, water & snacks will be provided on site and shared with all members of the building team. Overnight hotel.

 

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Day 5, Tue 14 Feb 2017

BUILDING LESSONS

After breakfast and your morning brief you will be split into teams and tasks will be delegated to you by the construction managers.  The tasks will be physical and may include a range of activities from; digging foundations, chipping rocks, lifting and laying blocks, rendering walls, mixing cement, concrete or render, sieving sand, moving materials around the site, and setting window or door frames. Overnight hotel.

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Day 6, Wed 15 Feb 2017

PROGRESS

Another day of good old fashioned but satisfying hard graft.  With some newly learned skills you will be progressing with the construction of the school alongside the community members and your team mates.  Lunch may provide you with an opportunity to exchange stories within the community, relax or if you are feeling energetic enough to kick a ball around for a quick game of five-a-side. Football is an international language and loved by all. Overnight hotel.

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Day 7, Thu 16 Feb 2017

THE BIGGER PICTURE

You should start to see your team’s work come together and the shape of the building slowly taking place.  An open mind and enthusiasm is key; every task you undertake whether it is sifting sand, removing or placing dirt, mixing cement by hand or passing buckets of mortar to another team member contributes to the bigger picture of providing sheltered education.  It is a tremendously inspiring process to be involved in. Overnight hotel. 

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Day 8, Fri 17 Feb 2017

LAST DAY OF BUILD

Today will be your last day on the worksite.  You will have forged new friendships within your team and the community, so emotions will be running high as the time comes to say goodbye.  The evening may bring an exchange of cultural shows, whether in song dance or dominoes. Overnight hotel.

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Day 9, Sat 18 Feb 2017

TRANSFER TO KATHMANDU

After an early breakfast it will be time to say goodbye to the community and start your transfer back to Kathmandu.  Take time on the transfer to reflect on your time in the community and your achievements. Your final night will be spent in Kathmandu in the hotel.

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Day 10, Sun 19 Feb 2017

DEPART NEPAL FOR UK

Return home

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We hold an Air Travel Organiser's Licence granted by the Civil Aviation Authority. Our ATOL number is 6546. Many of the flight-inclusive challenges on this website are financially protected by the ATOL scheme. But ATOL protection does not apply to all holiday and travel services listed on this website. This ATOL protection only covers challenges that include flights booked by Charity Challenge and that originate in the UK. Please ask us to confirm what protection may apply to your booking. If you do not receive an ATOL Certificate then the booking will not be ATOL protected. If you do receive an ATOL Certificate but all the parts of your trip are not listed on it, those parts will not be ATOL protected. Please see our booking conditions for information or for more information about financial protection and the ATOL Certificate go to: www.atol.org.uk/ATOLcertificate

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