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Nepal - Community Project Travel

From beginning to the end the trip was fantastic. We had two wonderful guides with completely different strengths. Both leaders were very professional and caring. The trek was magnificent. It was well worth climbing to see the wonderful views once we reached Namche Bazaar. Our guides were wonderful. They did a great job of looking out for us on the trek and a fantastic job of looking after us in camp. The food was amazing. The porters were also really friendly and helpful and deserve medals for lugging all our gear around.


The local villagers at Jumbesi made us feel really welcome and put on a special dinner at the monastery. We were overwhelmed with the welcome they gave us and also the thank you. We had a great bunch of other trekkers on the trip and we were all matched up well with our room mates. We were very lucky with the weather and had day after day of awe inspiring views. There is not one bad thing that I can say about the trip. The trip was a life changing experience and I would love to do it all again. I would like to thank everyone involved. And I hope that one day I get to travel again with World Expeditions.

K. Venables | New Zealand
 
 

Responsible Travel Initiatives

Throughout our operations across all continents we employ a range of responsible travel initiatives. Depending on the environmental and social pressures of any given location our local operations team monitor the impact that travel has on the landscape and people and put in place measures to minimise negative impact, and maximise positive impact. Here's a selection of our initiatives in place across the globe.

>> Africa, Middle East and Europe

>> Polar Regions and Far East Russia

>> Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific

>> Himalaya, India, Sri Lanka and the Maldives

>> The Americas

>> Asia, Silk Road and Trans Siberian

Countries we visit
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Fred Hollows Foundation
Porter Protect
Wilderness
The Himalayan Trust UK