Why you should serve
The need in Nepal
With 81% of the population identifying as Hindu, Nepal is a nation in dire need of the gospel. Many children in this region are at risk for trafficking, and it is our desire to support the missionaries who are building relationships and instituting programs to prevent this from happening.
Nepal Trip at a glance
Here is some helpful information about our trips to Nepal and a look at the cultural statistics.
Adults - 18+
9 Days / 8 Nights
Nepal Cultural Statistics
Current Temp. 39°
Living in Poverty
Ways to serve:
Access to medical/dental care is a luxury that is foreign to many Nepalese people. Our medical teams come and provide medical attention to many who would never otherwise receive it. Note: It is recommended that at least one medical doctor travels with the team. Non-medical personnel are always welcome.
Children are a big part of our ministry focus. Teams will have the opportunity to love and serve children through regular interaction with them at the mission site in the form of games, crafts*, songs, etc. as well as at other local ministry sites. * Teams are responsible for bringing necessary craft supplies and should budget appropriately.
We know that many children living in orphanages around the world are economic orphans rather than orphans in the traditional sense of having lost both parents. Our child sponsorship program is proof that we aim to keep families together by alleviating some of the financial burden that many families around the world face. While all of this is true, it is also true that there are children living in orphanages or group homes who deserve to be held, played with, and offered the hope that comes from knowing that there is a Heavenly Father who loves them unconditionally, if we cannot bring about the change that would reunite them with their families.
Missionaries often don’t have the budget for repairs or updates, so we ask our teams to contribute to the ongoing upkeep of the mission site, and help with bigger projects as needed. Additionally, many of the local schools are constantly in a state of needing repair.
Sports are a great way to connect with people whom you've never met before! We love using sports as a way to enter into conversation and relationship.
Many pastors are laymen, who serve their congregations as volunteers. Pastoral training is a valuable tool that will equip these men with a better understanding of how to present the gospel and meet the spiritual needs of those in their community.
Trip Pricing Info:
All pricing is accurate as of 01/20/2020
Pricing Per Person:
- Individual Pricing: $1595
- Family & Small Group Pricing: $1595
- Team Pricing: $1495
- Team Members: $1495
Team Registration Fee
- Team of 10 or more: $495
- Create your own trip
- Gives team members a $100 discount
9 Days / 8 Nights
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- To/From Airport
- To/From Ministry sites in-country
Translators (if needed)
3 meals/day (excludes food at airports)
- American or Nepalese cuisine
1 Bold Hope staff member
- Training presentations & handouts
- Devotional guides
- Re-Entry guides
Basic Ministry Supplies:
- Paint and brushes
- Coloring books & crayons
Reusable Water Bottle
Recreation or Local Cultural Experience
Airfare (Bold Hope can book)
Construction and/or Ministry Projects
- Bold Hope t-shirts will typically be on sale during your trip, but limited quantities are available.
- If you would like to make your own shirts, feel free to grab our logos here: Bold Hope Media Kit
What's Not Included
Transportation to/from U.S. airport
Nepal Information -&- Frequently Asked Questions
Be sure to read through this information.
Teams will stay in a hotel with all of the modern conveniences.
All international travelers should research the area they are visiting. Please Click here for Nepal vaccination information and consult with your primary care physician or a travel clinic at least 4-8 weeks prior to your departure to make decisions that are best for you or your family members.
Trip participants should be up to date with vaccinations common to those living in the United States, such as tetanus and measles/mumps/rubella.
Breakfast and lunch items will be provided for the team, but team members will have to assemble them. Dinner consist of Nepalese & American cuisine. The cost of any meals eaten in an airport will be the responsibility of the trip participant.
Clean, safe drinking water is available at all times.
It is each participant's responsibility to get themselves to and from the airport in the U.S.
Upon arrival in Nepal, all transportation during your stay is included in the cost of the trip. The team will also be accompanied by local staff at all times.
All passports must be valid 6 months past the dates of the trip.
Be sure to read through this information.
Is a visa required for travel to Nepal?
Yes, a tourist visa is required. Please contact us for more information on how to apply for your visa.
What is the dress code for Nepal?
Plan to dress conservatively. Shorts should at least reach your knees and shoulders need to be covered. Men who are teaching/preaching need to wear slacks and a nice shirt.
What time zone is Nepal in?
Nepal is 9 hrs and 45 minutes ahead of New York.
Do I need to pack towels or toiletries?
You do not need to pack towels. We suggest packing travel-sized toiletries.
What language do the people in Baja speak
Many languages are spoken in Nepal, but the official language is Nepali.
What kind of food will I be eating?
Most of the food will be Nepalese.
Can I drink the water?
No, never drink out of the tap in Nepal and do not use that water to brush your teeth. Bottled water should be used for drinking and brushing your teeth.
Accidental Death & Dismemberment
Reduced to $10,000 for those under age 12 or age 70 and over
Medical Expenses - Primary
- $100 deductible
- No preexisting conditions Exclusion.
Primary coverage; $2,500 of this limit is available to pay U.S. or Canadian providers
Excess Medical Expenses - Optional
Preexisting conditions are Excluded. Includes an additional $50,000 Emergency Medical Evacuation limit.
For those age 0-59 at an additional $0.49 per diem
For those age 0-59 at an additional $0.69 per diem
For those age 60-65 at an additional $1.40 per diem
For those age 66-70 at an additional $3.05 per diem
Disability Income Benefit
(no benefit if under age 12 or 70 and over)
First 100 Months — Accident
Months 101–200 — Accident
50 Months — Sickness (after 3 month waiting period)
Available 24/7/365 for assistance with worldwide medical emergencies; provided by Intana Global™
Emergency Medical Evacuation
Coordinated by Intana Global™; will bring participant back to USA if necessary
Crisis Management Service*
Available 24/7/365 for assistance with worldwide non-medical emergencies; provided by red24
Coordinated by red24; for evacuation due to crime, civil unrest, natural disasters, kidnap/hostage situations**
Family Coordination and Repatriation of Mortal Remains
Combined limit for both benefits and includes a sublimit of $2,500 for extra expenses incurred during an approved evacuation
"Door to door" replacement cost coverage includes checked baggage; higher limits available upon request.
Worldwide jurisdiction; includes coverage for injury to a volunteer; covers volunteer and sending organization
$3.30 per person per day
By requesting that we enroll you or your group, you are agreeing to participate in InternationalHelpers (Guernsey) Trust (IHT) for certain benefits and services. The Trust Participation Agreement is attached for signature and return with enrollment. Services & Benefits are provided by service contracts & insurance policies issued to IHT.
*The cost of a security evacuation is only insured up to $1,000 in countries and regions deemed Extreme Risk by red24, unless the volunteer is already in the country and insured by this plan when the country or region is elevated to Extreme Risk status. red24 cannot guarantee service in Extreme Risk areas. If you are traveling to an area that may be subject to this limitation, please contact us.
** While red24 will deploy a specialist or negotiator as needed, this benefit does not pay ransomamounts.
This brief summary is not an insurance policy; rather, it outlines some of the features of this coverage. For specific details, please contact our office or refer to the policy. This is not a major medical policy. MajorMedical Coverage is available for individuals and groups on Short-Termand Long-Term international assignments. AnAggregate Limit of $20,000,000 applies to the above benefits. This limit provides the full $100,000 AD&D benefit for up to 200 persons in a common accident.
To participate and receive the services & benefits of IHT, complete the enrollment formand return along with your check made payable to: Gallagher Charitable International Insurance Services. In computing the number of days, count the departure day as well as the day of return. If the entire group is not traveling on the same dates, please attach a separate sheet grouping the volunteers by their travel dates.