Itinerary

Our Nepal Permacultourism Adventure will bring you deep into the heart of the Himalayas, through the Mustang District, the same path traveled by the 14th Dalai Lama and the Tibetan people when they fled Tibet in 1959.

The Journey

While a trip through the Himalayas is inevitably life-changing, this adventure presents some highly unique features, setting it apart from other tours and service opportunities.

  • Equal Exchange– Within this co-creative convergence of East and West, our goal is equally to teach and learn, to share skills and learn the traditional ways of Nepal. Our aim in serving others, is not to offer “Aid”, or to “fix” anything or anyone, but to ultimately nourish our collective growth and well-being.
  • Spiritual Inquiry– This journey is designed to be as much of an inner journey as it is an outer journey.
  • On, yet Off the Beaten Path– Until 1992, this region of Nepal, the Kingdom of Mustang, was closed to foreigners. Though it is now one of the most popular and cherished trekking routes in the World, our program offers a unique opportunity to enter into deep relationship with the land and local-people. Our Itinerary will bring us to experience many gems of the area which are normally missed by the typical passerby.

MustangMap

Here are some of the highlights of our tour:

  1. Tatopani Hot Springs
  2. Trekking to the Khopra Ridge
  3. Village Life in Paudwar & Naurikot
  4. School Service in Kobang
  5. Tibetan Settlement of Marpha
  6. Guru Padmasambhava Cave

 

We will learn Permaculture through educational service at various community partner sites. This includes:

  1. Bhupen’s Organic Farm in Tatopani
  2. The Village of Paudwar
  3. Shree Jana Adarsh Secondary School in Kobang
  4. Tibetan Settlement of Marpha

You will also have an optional opportunity to serve, before and/or after our adventure, to put your Permaculture skills into practice at the Rainbow Children’s Home in Pokhara.

Shree Jana Adarsh School, Kobang, Nepal

Shree Jana Adarsh School, Kobang, Nepal

For More Questions about Itenerary, email info@permacultourism.com