The Clymb Launches Nepal Relief Trek


Help rebuild earthquake-stricken Nepal on this “voluntourism” adventure. 100% of proceeds go to a local NGO dedicated to rebuilding villages decimated by this tragic natural disaster. Plus, travelers will experience trekking in the spectacular Annapurna region of the Himalaya Mountains.

This 13 day itinerary featured on The Clymb for $1199 includes 4 days of rebuilding the hard hit Gorkha region and then 9 days bringing valuable tourism dollars to the region’s highlights like Poon Hill, Pokhara and Ghorepani.

The Clymb is exclusively promoting this tour that is operated by long term partner Ace the Himalaya. Ace has been working in these communities for years and the founder and many of the porters/guides are from the region.

As of now over 35 of Ace’s employees have completely lost their houses in the Earthquake – this trip is dedicated to rebuilding lives. 100% of proceeds go to a local NGO dedicated to rebuilding villages decimated by this tragic natural disaster.

Departures will start in late September, to avoid monsoon season, and to be sure the help travelers bring is genuinely useful.

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One thought on “The Clymb Launches Nepal Relief Trek

  1. Annapurna base camp trekking 2016/2017
    Annapurna trek is the most popular and famous trek at the final destination the Annapurna sanctuary (Base camp 4100m.)Will be welcoming you are patiently. The Annapurna Sanctuary has been treasured by local inhabitants as a place of spiritual refuge since long before trekkers “discovered” it.
    If you desire to witness the enormity of the Himalayan range then Annapurna sanctuary trek is the perfect choice for you. This trek takes you to the centre of the Annapurna range; a natural amphitheatre formed by the magnificent peaks of Annapurna range. The vast amphitheater of the Annapurna Sanctuary is encircled by the famous Himalayan peaks – the ‘fishtail’ 3th beautiful mountains of the world Machapuchare(6997m), Annapurna (7454m) Annapurna 1 (8091m), unclimbed Fang (7647m)and Annapurna South (7273m).
    The huge and pristine glaciers add another dimension to this fascinating Annapurna trek. The forest of Rhododendron and oaks and lively hamlets inhabited by different cultures along the route of this trek ensures an interesting trek to the Annapurna region.
    Nepal Planet Treks and expedition


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