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Nepal charity trek and yoga holiday

Nepal charity trek and yoga holiday

Charity trek in Sherpa village and Yoga,
From £715 to £795 14 days ex flights
Tailor made: This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
India rural holiday with charity walk

India rural holiday with charity walk

Village India including a sponsored walk for Frank Water
From £1,000 to £1,100 7 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2018: 18 Nov
Ethiopia charity trek, lowest to highest in 18 days

Ethiopia charity trek, lowest to highest in 18 days

18 day Trek through Ethiopia - Lowest to Highest points
From £4,315 18 days ex flights
Small group travel
Everest Base Camp with Island Peak tour

Everest Base Camp with Island Peak tour

Most popular destination of Everest BaseCamp and Kala Pattar
From £1,791 19 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2018: 22 Sep, 29 Sep, 6 Oct, 13 Oct, 20 Oct, 27 Oct, 3 Nov, 10 Nov, 17 Nov, 24 Nov, 1 Dec, 8 Dec, 15 Dec, 22 Dec, 29 Dec
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    Nepal charity trek and yoga holiday
    From
    £715
    excluding flights
    The highlight was just being away in the mountains and trekking around with my guide and porter in a completely natural way and mode. (more)Claudia
    This is such a culturally different experience its hard to say what is most memorable or exciting. Meeting the challenges that trekking can provide builds a satisfaction. Really interesting and full of surprises. it will leave a lasting memory. (more)Susie Barrett
    Two months later I am still bowled over by the beauty of the country and how welcome I was made to feel. I am sure I am annoying my friends because I can't stop talking about it! (more)Sarah Dyer
    India rural holiday with charity walk
    From
    £1,000
    excluding flights
    The most memorable was definitely the sponsored walk! Days filled with such a variety of experiences and landscapes. Some hard work but so totally worth it. Learning about the way of life in rural India was amazing, a privilege actually. The local people were warm, welcoming and very curious too. (more)Bhav Thomas
    The highlight was cycling/walking in the countryside/villages. (more)Russell Huntington
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