Biloba organic

The farm is situated in a less touristic yet beautiful part of the Himalayas. Surrounded by fields, forests, birds and wildlife. We provide a friendly environment to learn about permaculture/regenerative farming while immersed in traditional Nepali village lifestyle. There are plenty of chances to contribute and share your skills in interesting development projects around the farm. Our specialty crop is coffee. But you'll also find varieties of citrus fruits , Guava, Nepal hug plum, Mulberry, Sichuan pepper, Cardamom, native trees, herbs and many more. Opportunity for great travel experiences in rural Nepal. There are many village tours, mountain hikes, Buddhist and Hindu cultural sites and surreal views of the Himalayas.

We are a group of motivated people, Deepa and Thomas, Beemal, Dinesh and Ramesh, who love farming and want to make positive changes in our surrounding villages by permaculture farming As a volunteer you will be treated like a family member and valued guest. We take pride in building a good relationship with our volunteers and providing a fun mutual learning and cultural exchange. We provide varied, fresh and organic foods from our own garden or local sources. We love to serve coffee, herbal teas and hibiscus that are grown on the farm as well!

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Hola viajero(a)!
Si estás pensado hacer un voluntariado en Nepal, sin duda Biloba es una excelente opción💛!
Es un lugar en donde vas a conectar con la naturaleza, conocer más sobre la cultura nepalí y la gente que trabaja en Biloba es increíble, te hacen sentir en casa inmediatamente.
Thank you so much Dipa, Thomas, Yoyo, Elonita, Mangole, Ama 🥰.
I hope to see you again someday

3 days ago

United States


It was a great experience! Although I worked 5 hours each day, the work was not too hard: it was weeding, turning compost, digging, and picking coffee. It was not too hard even for someone like me who mostly works with computers - more often than not I was told to go slower, not faster. The food was really good, and everyone was extremely nice and helpful. The farm and the area around it is absolutely beautiful. I even had the chance to go to a Tamang wedding! Finding the bus to get there was a little tricky so make sure you get to the bus stop early and ask locals on the street for help.

14 days ago



I spend 3 weeks at the farm and I truly enjoyed my time here.
All the staff members are caring, motivated to teach and to meet new volunteers.
The accomodation is really nice, the view outside is stunning , and the food is delicious (especially the Dhal Bat)!

3 months ago

Thomas replied

Emeline has all the qualities we can wish for as a host. Passionate about culture, language and to meet with local people. Her approach created a great cultural exchange for all of us.

Her interest in farming and dedication to work makes the time productive and full of learning. We appreciate the kind help with household chores also outside work schedule.
Thank you very much for your nice contribution Emeline bhaini !



I had an amazing time at Biloba Organic Farm. Deepa and the staff took really good care of me. I had some issues with the food, and they tried their best to help me with this situation. Regarding the job, it took a few days to break the ice with the guys with whom I was working with (since I was the only volunteer for a couple of days) but it was a great opportunity to get to know each other better. The job in the farm was mainly physical: helping to build a wall, watering plants, etc. I really enjoyed it! I would recommend 100% Biloba Farm to anyone!

4 months ago

Thomas replied

I have been away from the farm this period and couldn't meet Carme in person, but all the others confirm that Carme is a very friendly, helpful, understanding, calm and easy person to host. She is an experienced traveller and adapted very fast and easily into our local environment and farm routines.



I had a really good time here at the farm and it was nice to get some extra grass cutting skills. The farm it self is super beautiful. It is nice to see how everything grows and what it all takes to grow things. Deepa felt like a mom, her hospitality was on point! Also the rest of the team was very welcoming. Tougher with the other volunteers it felt as a big familie!

6 months ago

Thomas replied

Mei-lin is very easy to host, always ready and well prepared to help out with all the different tasks on the farm. She is not afraid to try new things and tried her hands at tasks like cutting grass with sickle, mulching, tree care, turning compost, sorting coffee and more. All performed very well . Her nice nature and attitude, that she is very open and friendly, very curios and intressted in the local culture here, made us having a great time and a wonderful exchange.

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