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The most beautiful and rewarding experience I've ever had! Helping, playing with the kids was a wonderful thing! The kids are super cool and super polite! They love to talk!
Sharing this moment together with the family of the host Sujan was wonderful! Do you feel like family!
The accommodations and meals were also very good!
I'm already programming the return!
Thank you Sujan, my brother, and your whole family for this wonderful time. Thank you.
I had an amazing time volunteering at Children Home Nepal. Everybody welcomed me there like I was a member of the family, and the kids were incredible. They were smart, cute, curious and thankful for everything. They taught me so much, way more than what I taught them. Nepal is a wonderful country, with so much to see and discover: everything is a culture shock and yet I loved all of it, because it all felt true and honest. I could only recommend to volunteer in Nepal, and in the Children's Home. This is an experience I will never forget.
los niños son increibles y te hacen sentir parte de ellos.lo bueno de este lugar es que los host en el tiempo libre siempre te llevan a visitar lugares turisticos cercanos y te enseñan a usar el transporte publico que es de gran utilidad. Es un estupendo lugar para pasar en Nepal y sobretodo en katmandu
The adv. in world packers is extremely misleading. You have to pay $70 per week for accommodation( with extremely yellow water and cockroaches) & food( which is 2 times daal chawal every day nothing else; thats what the kids get to eat) so its not free. It says free laundary, hiking tours but No. So its like a u pay money n stay; more of a donation than volunteer. Only thing i liked are the children but i never figured out what to do with them sitting in there drawing toom seeing each other’s faces. I think all this should be mentioned before coz i left in 3 days as i needed clean water :(
We never had a problem with water. The day Niyati arrived it was raining so the water turned out bit yellow. About the food, Daal, and Rice are the local food Nepalese eat as a breakfast and dinner.
We provide a washing machine at the children's home for free to do the laundry but Niyati didn't ask for it. And about the hiking, we never asked for money and she wanted to do it by herself.
On Worldpackers we have all good reviews. None of our volunteers had any problem and we are always there to fix if there is any. Niyati is more of a traveler than a volunteer so she might have had high expectations.
If you are planning to volunteer with us but wondering if you should or not. Please take a time and read other volunteers review and get in contact with them.