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  • Community Homestay Nepal

    Kathmandu, Nepal
    Categories: homestay
    The Community Homestay is a non-profit organisation (in association with Royal mountain Travel) operating with the involvement of communities in Nepal. So far the organisation has helped 10 villages throughout Nepal develop homestay experiences that will provide a sustainable income to many of the people who live there. Experience the real Nepal and support rural communities by choosing to stay and participate in these rural communities.
  • Heaven Hill Homestay

    Besisahar, Nepal
    Categories: homestay, hotel/guesthouse
    This rural homestay offers travelers a chance to experience Nepali life in a small village near . The homestay is deeply embedded with the community, and 10% of profits are funneled into community projects, as well as the Heaven Hill Academy.
  • Khawalung Monastery

    Kathmandu, Nepal
    Categories: hotel/guesthouse, homestay
    Khawalung Tashi Choeling Monastery is located in Kathmandu near several of the key tourist sites in the city. The monastery has several programs in place, with many longer-term goals to provide more support to the young monks living at the monastery as well as
  • Leela's Eco Cafe

    Kathmandu, Nepal
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    Leela’s Eco Café is situated in the hills of Kathmandu. They serve authentic and affordable Nepali cuisine made using fresh food harvested ingredients from their very own bio-dynamic and eco-friendly gardens. Products and handicrafts from their handicraft workshop, the close by leprosy community and some of their partner NGOs are displayed and available for purchase. The proceeds of these sales will go towards helping the sustainable development of these regions through The Kevin Rohan Memorial Eco Foundation (KRMEF). The Kevin Rohan Memorial Eco-Foundation (KRMEF) is an NGO established in 2008 in the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal. Their aim is to create a healthy, sustainable environment that embodies eco-friendly practices for the well-being of local communities.
  • Maya Educational Experience

    Tanahun District, Nepal
    Categories: tour operator, ecotourism, trekking
    Maya EdEx is the first not-for-profit social enterprise to combine educational experience, immersion into the local culture, and a responsible allocation of resources in order to benefit local communities in rural Nepal.
  • Nepal Connection (Mahabir Dai's Restaurant)

    Kathmandu, Nepal
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    Nepal Connection (Mahabir Dai's Restaurant) is a restaurant and co-working space in Kathmandu, Nepal. All the proceeds from the restaurant go to support education and health programs in rural Nepal. The restaurant is named after Mahabir Pun. He is well known in Nepal for his extensive work in rural villages in fields of health, education and awareness programmes by connecting those remote areas through internet using wireless technologies.
  • Sarangi Vegetarian Restaurant

    Kathmandu, Nepal
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    Sarangi is a Vegetarian / Vegan community restaurant located right next door to Kathmandu Guest House. The restaurant supports local community projects that provide a platform to empower the Gandharba people of Nepal. They also adopt eco friendly practices such as aquaponics and a no plastic policy.
  • Tiger Tops Elephant Camp

    Chitwan, Nepal
    Categories: ecotourism, hotel/guesthouse
    The Elephant Camp was established in 2015 by Tiger Tops. Our aim was to give our resident elephants a little more autonomy and freedom; in turn this allows our guests to have the most unique and authentic elephant experience in Asia. Established in collaboration with Elephant Aid International and Carol Buckley, guests are surrounded by elephants living chain-free in spacious, naturalistic corrals. The camp provides all the services you could want to explore Chitwan National Park while also supporting need advocacy work for elephants supporting Chitwan's conservation efforts.
  • Welcome to My Yard

    Kathmandu, Nepal
    Categories: tour operator
    Welcome To My Yard is an innovative social enterprise partnering with street based Nepali children, young people and families and those at risk. Welcome To My Yard provides holistic community based support, practical education, training and savings schemes, including training their students in tourism so they can eventually run city tours on their own. Profits generated from the tours goes towards WTMY's not for profit projects with a social conscience.