HIMALAYA MOUNTAINS, MEDITATION, AND EMPOWERING MARGINALIZED WOMEN
9 Days, 8 Nights
to explore the treasures of Nepal
April 16th - 24th 2022
Kathmandu, and Pokhara
[Rescheduled for 2022]
$1,950 Shared Room
$2,300 Solo Room
Payment Plan Options Available
10 Spots currently available
EXPLORE THE BEAUTY OF NEPaL
We invite you to join us on this journey to Nepal to awaken your soul and mind! Experience Nepal's ancient stupas, remarkable landscapes, and spiritual nature. Watch the sunrise over the mountains in Pokhara, and experience the bustling city of Kathmandu, and so much more.
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Wake up and marvel at the Himalaya mountainous as you walk through the city of Kathmandu. Explore the local markets and streets, with colorful flags, displayed overhead. Also visit ancient temples, like Durbar Square, a UNESCO world heritage site and learn more about Nepalese history alongside our partner, Seven Women.
Alongside Seven Women Director, Anita Kerr. Join the discussion of community development and how Seven Women is empowering marginalized women and communities in Nepal. At the Seven Women Centre, learn new skills from local artisans as they share their expertise in a craft workshop. Also learn how to cook local meals like the Nepali traditional meal, MoMos, and other delicacies.
Put your feet up as we fly across to Pokhara, a city located beside Phewa Lake beside the Himalaya mountains. Say 'Yes' to adventure as we whitewater raft down the Seti river as a team! Learn more about meditation, reiki healing, and Tibetan culture. Spend the day hiking to the World Peace Pagoda, built by Buddhist monks in World War II overlooking the Annapurna mountain range.
Travel back to Kathmandu, for one last day you will never forget. Get inspired by Boudhanath, a famous landmark in Nepal. Soak up the spiritual energy and take a stroll to experience this incredible site with incredible food, local shops, and surrounding rooftop views.
Day Two: Wake up and explore the city of Kathmandu. Learn from our Seven Women guide, as we walk the streets and alleyways of Kathmandu. Experience UNESCO World Heritage Sites like Durbar Square, featuring several styles of Hindu Temples. Learn about Nepali traditions and culture as we eat a traditional meal. Then venture out to Pashupatinath Temple.
Day One: Arrive in Kathmandu, our first destination for this trip. Check into our accommodation and meet fellow travelers. Enjoy a leisure day as every traveler arrives then in the evening get together for our opening dinner.
Day Three: Learn about Community Development from the Director of Seven, as well as experience first-hand the operations of Seven Women. Learn from local artisans, craft skills as they share their expertise with travelers. Also learn how to cook local meals like the Nepali traditional meal, MoMos, and other delicacies.
Day Four: Travel to Pokhara, and marvel at the Himalaya mountains from a new view! Enjoy a day at your leisure to explore the city, walk alongside Phewa lake, and sign up for yoga. In the late afternoon, learn about the traditional Singing bowls ritual that resonates deep within to relax your body and mind.
Day Five: It's a day of adventure! Spend the morning on the Seti River. Say 'Yes' to adventure as we whitewater raft through the rapids, fully equipped with all necessary gear and equipment. Learn the motions from our Three Sisters guide and how this river is important to the Nepali people. In the afternoon (if your adrenaline is still high) join us for an optional additional activity such as paragliding over the city and mountains of Pokhara.
Day Six: Learn about Tibetan culture and history! Discover the arts of the Tibetan Plateau, and learn directly from local artisans in the region. Also, experience the schools within the Tibetan settlements. Following the afternoon of immersive learning, we will engage in evening yoga.
Day Seven: Wake up and with Three Sisters, hike to World Peace Pagoda. one of the world's greatest stupas, constructed by Japanese Buddhists. Learn about this UNESCO world heritage site and take a deep breath in from the Himalayan mountains.
Day Eight: Adventure back to Kathmandu, and visit the UNESCO heritage, Boudhanath. Spend the evening there and get inspired by the colors and architecture. Soak up the spiritual energy and take a stroll to experience this incredible site with incredible food, local shops, and surrounding rooftop views.
Day Nine: Departure Day.
9 Days, 8 Nights
$1,870 per person - shared room with one person
$2,300 per person - single room with one bed
We're hosting this experience with a limited capacity of 14 people.
OPTIONAL PAYMENT PLAN
Price per person - $1,870
Deposit - $550
Optional payment plan
November 15th - $330
December 15th - $330
January 15th - $330
Februrary 15th - $330
OPTIONAL PAYMENT PLAN
Price per person - $2,300
Deposit - $700
Optional payment plan
November 15th - $400
December 15th - $400
January 15th - $400
February 15th - $400
Flexible payment plans can also be designed to provide travelers the financial flexibility to complete the payments within the Februrary 15th deadline.
The final date for registration is February 29th, 2020.
International Flights are NOT included in the price, as travelers will be departing from different cities in the world, and flight prices vary depending on location.
This trip has a 30-day cancellation policy. Give us at least 30 days' notice and you can switch your trip for free, or we'll hold your voucher credits for future use.
All payment installments must be made between June 15th– February 15th. The final balance must be paid by February 15th. Paying in full is also encouraged.
Spots will be allocated on a rolling basis until the trip is full.
We have also created a separate COVID cancellation policy for guest protection.
9 Days of Luxury accommodations
Roundtrip transportation airport transfers
Breakfast every morning
Cooking Class with Seven Women
Opening and Closing Dinners
Private guide for city tours of Kathmandu, and Pokhara
Tibetan Full-Day Tour
Reiki Healing or Meditation Session
White Water Rafting
OM Singing Bowls Tradition with Nepali Healer
Day 2 & 3: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Included
All private transportation to go between cities
Photoshoots to keep Nepal in your memory forever.
Reduce Carbon Footprint with Carbon Offset Contribution
Workshops with Seven Women
Connect with likeminded individuals
Travel assistance with finding the right flight
what is NOT INCLUDED:
• International flight
• Gratuities for Guide (Suggested, ultimately up to clients discretion)
• Meals other than those specified in 'What's Included' as meal choices vary by person
• Shopping /Things of Personal Nature
• Laundry service if desired
• Travel and Medical Insurance
• Other optional safari activities, not specified above
Paying your deposit is required to hold your spot due to limited availability, spots will be allocated on a rolling basis until the trip is full.
ATTENTION: International Flights are NOT included in the price. All payments are non-refundable 7 days after the payment is made.
This trip is for individuals that are
Ready to explore Nepal and are open to new opportunities
Want to learn about the global goals and sustainability on the island
Willing to be hands-on with nonprofit partners
Engage in personal development and meet like-minded people
This trip is not for
Only interested in taking photos and not engaging in immersive activities and learning
Individuals focused solely on pampering and chill time
Isn't willing to experience things out of your comfort zone
MEET YOUR HOST
Anina, the founder of The World Within Us, will be traveling to Nepal to experience the magic of nature and Nepali culture. Also taking action towards building female entrepreneurs with Seven Women.
Anina traveled to Nepal back in 2018. During her travels, she fell in love with the food, music, and culture of the city of Kathmandu. Also connecting with the women of Seven Women for a true local experience she looks forward to sharing with you.
PROUDLY PARTNERED WITH
Empowering marginalized women in Nepal through
education, skills training, and employment. Seven Women is a social enterprise providing women the tools to lift themselves out from poverty, focusing on trade, not aid. Also empowering women with disabilities and removing inequalities from the women in the workforce.
SDG 10: REDUCING INEQUALITY
Reduce inequality within and among countries
Income inequality has increased in nearly everywhere in recent decades but at different speeds. These widening disparities require sound policies to empower lower-income earners and promote economic inclusion of all regardless of sex, race or ethnicity. Income inequality requires global solutions, improving the regulation and monitoring of financial markets and institutions, encouraging development assistance and foreign direct investment to regions where the need is greatest.
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