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Saul & Almudina - Alicante, Spain

For sure! Saroj has helped Us in Everything we have needed,he has been in contact with us all time,he is the perfect coordinator for this project, we feel thankful to you PVN Thanks Salmudina :D ...

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Marissa Kaprak - California, United States

Teaching English to novice monks in Daunne , Nepal was a truly unique and special experience that I will never forget. The opportunity to work directly with the teachers and students at Buddhist temple schools was amazing and I feel lucky to have been able to participate in the learning process here in Nepal. I have learned far more than I ever could have imagined. For example, on the first ...

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Rita Lam - Hongkong, China, People's Republic

Teaching Nuns, July, 2016 PVN NEPAL has absolutely made my trip amazing and unforgettable. Living in Hasantar monastery for 8 weeks as a volunteer, I had the valuable prospect to experience Nepalese life almost as a local. People here always wear a big warm smile, and the city would just melt everyone’s heart. I would highly advise volunteers to come teaching English to nuns. The reasonable feeling that comes ...

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Haley Patricia - California, United States

“I came to Nepal alone and basically without a plan other than pvn nepal and team. As soon as I arrived, the pieces began to fall into place. The pvnnepal staff and the other volunteers were incredibly welcoming and my transition into Nepali life felt almost effortless. Before starting my placement at hasantar, I was worried about the stigma- they seem to have a very set opinion about foreigners. PVN ...

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Julia Kaya - , Germany

Being part of this project was one of the best experiences I have ever had! I learned a lot about intercultural communication and teaching under other circumstances than at home! I can highly recommend staying for a long period, so you will have the chance to immerse yourself into a totally different culture. You will learn about yourself and find many new friends! I will always remember the times in ...

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Ben Randall - Califor, United States

Teaching Monks for my short time was a good opportunity to look into the lifestyle of teaching, as it is something I plan on doing after I graduate from college. If teaching is not your profession, this is still a positive experience to do something out of the norm and something you can look back on later in life and appreciate the small difference you might have made in someone’s ...

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Tanja Kersch - , Germany

Teaching English to Buddhist Monks at the Temple School was a great experience. I got to know a lot of different people and learned a lot about other cultures. I really liked about the project, that I never felt alone and there was always somebody to talk to in case of problems. I will never forget my time in Nepal or the friend I made here. ...

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Danielle - Washington DC, United States

I taught novice monks during my stay in Dulikhel monastery. It was such an enriching and amazing experience. It is something that I will never forget. The students really have a special place in my heart. They were all so open to learning and were very welcoming! It was so rewarding seeing them progress each day. I couldn’t believe how far they have come in just these three short weeks. ...

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Anke Anemaet - Lelystad, Netherlands

ENJOY YOUR STAY HERE! You will be sad to leave, as I am now. It’s hard to explain to the very young nun that you won’t be coming back next week and you have to go home. They have all been such lovely students. Each one of them has their own personality and you’ll love them all. Take pictures so that you can remember them forever. They have become so ...

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Max Bernhard - Herzogenaurach, Germany

I don’t regret having done this adventure and run the risk to come here. Pokhara is a really amazing city providing a lot of fun. I Loved walking around the old Kathmandu city, got a massage and enjoyed one of the great Newari foods or local wine. The organization went well, pick Up from the airport and the orientation week end were helpful. ...

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Boris Urquizu - Zaragoza, Spain

Volunteering with PVN Nepal was great! The experience was fantastic and his workers were very attentive and helpful. Definitely I reccomend it!


Our main activity in the placement was playing and teaching. We spent the days playing games with children such as football or dancing but also teaching them some geography or helping them with homework.
If there were other activities to do like organizing the library ...

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Sandra Galvez - Granada, Spain

Recomiendo a todo el mundo que quiera realizar un voluntariado que lo haga a través de esta asociación. El trato recibido, el cariño, la dedicación y la experiencia vivida me dejaron sin palabras. Es con diferencia la mejor experiencia de mi vida y animo a todos aquellos que sientan curiosidad por hacer un voluntariado de este tipo que no se lo piense, que esta todo muy bien organizado y que ...

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Sergi Barrantes - Barcelona, Spain

Well, I don’t know where to begin! Nepal has been a great experience to my life, maybe it change your view about both medical and real world as much as it has changed mine.
Probably most of my knowledge in medicine will not be as useful as it is in my own country. Don’t be disappointed! Is a chance to learn a different way of practicing medicine with fewer and ...

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Vicente - Barcelona, Spain

I went on March 2015 to do a Trekking on Annapurna and more sightseeing on Pokhara and Chitwan. We had booked with Pvn all the accomodation, transport, tours and visits . All transfers and bookings went perfect and smooth, everything as expected, and they also helped us on many more tramits despite we didn't have booked with themthem. Besides that, our guide Saroj was really nice, always available for anything ...

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Charlotte - , United Kingdom [GB]

Monastary program in Nepal :
Teaching monk in Kathmandu in cowling monastery which is outside of Kathmandu in kapan. 5 years to 15 years students monk we there and about 52 students in total. I taught 3 hours a day. My subject was English, after 1 pm we had lunch where we ate dall bhat and vegetable which was really food. After 3pm we finished school but they have ...

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