Join us for affordable volunteering in Nepal
- Most affordable and safe volunteer opportunities
- Diverse range of programs in many locations
- Meaningful volunteer travel programs
- Working under Government of Nepal and affiliated with Social Welfare Council of Nepal
Volunteer FDIP provides secure, meaningful and affordable volunteering in Nepal. Volunteer FDIP places the volunteers to various projects such as Psychological Counseling Programs, , Healthcare Volunteer Programs ,Volunteer For Orphanage , Teaching English to Buddhist Monks, Teaching in local Schools, Environment Conservation Project, Wildlife Conservation Project , Community Development Project.
Volunteer FDIP is growing to provide Nepal’s best volunteer travel opportunities since it’s establishment in 2014.
If you are planning to make an unforgettable journey of volunteering to a rural corner of the world meanwhile discovering it's charisma of natural beauty then Volunteer FDIP has meaningful programs for volunteering in Nepal.
With program fee starting form $180, you'll be experiencing memorable experience without spending a fortune.
My volunteering assignment has been a humbling and wonderful experience!
I may have shared my time and knowledge to the small lamas /monks at the Buddhist Monastery but I gained much knowledge and wisdom from them. It was beautiful and I had so much fun! It was more than what I expected.
The great support from Project Coordinator, Team and their efficient leadership I received is highly commendable.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart!
- Charity Mcdonald, Canada
I had a very good teaching and learning experience. I felt comfortable in my host family’s house and at school, since everybody around would do the efforts to make me informed and happy.
Being able to apply my teaching skills in such a different setting has given me a lot of experiences.
- Antonia Bozzolo, Chile
I can't thank the organization enough for the experience they have given me. In my three months program, there has not been a day when I didn't feel part of a family.
Thank you for everything.
- Joe Bartley, UK
Teaching English to the child/junior monks at the monastery has been and interesting, inspiring and educational experience for. I only hope my pupils experienced if the same way.
- Lammert Lettinga, Netherlands