Add extra meaning to your university holiday by taking part in our charity challenge trek and community project in Nepal. Raise money to support the work of the ADM Nepal Charitable Trust as you travel to Nepal, explore Kathmandu, trek through the Himalayas to Annapurna Base Camp, try your hand at white-water rafting and live with a local family whilst volunteering on a worthwhile community project. With such a variety of exciting activities crammed into a 4-week period, you will come away with many great memories, the satisfaction of completing a spectacular 10-day trek and the knowledge that all of your hard work and fundraising efforts have contributed to the important work of a small charitable trust.
Oyster’s Himalaya treks – a popular feature of our Nepal projects since 2002 – can now be done by anyone. This is a great way to discover the outstanding scenery and ancient culture of Nepal’s mountain ranges, all in the safe hands of our trusted trekking partners and local representative.
If you want to be inspired by the peace and majesty of Nepal’s mountain ranges, then this Annapurna trek is hard to beat. Your destination is the famous Annapurna Sanctuary – a plateau surrounded by a ring of soaring mountain peaks.
Surround yourself with the majestic mountain scenery of the Himalayas on this entry level trek through some of the most popular sections of the spectacular Annapurna trail. Experience Nepalese hospitality, and gain an insight into the local mountain culture, as you get to know your guides and journey from village to village. This 7-day trek is perfect for those who seek the peace of the mountains, but have slightly less time to spend doing so.
Trek to Everest Base Camp for outstanding views of the world’s tallest mountain. Everest is the undisputed star of this trek, but there are plenty of other memorable sights on the way. You will cross majestic rivers, visit Sherpa villages and Buddhist monasteries and have time to relax and take in the peaceful beauty of the Himalayas.
Our Everest trek is the most challenging one we offer. You will have 14 days of actual trekking, reaching altitudes of 5,550m. It’s graded as ‘moderate to strenuous’, which means that you will need a good level of physical fitness.