Prince Harry in Nepal

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I hope that everyone back home who took an interest in the tour can see that Nepal is a country that you really have to come and visit. You have to come and see world heritage sites like Patan Durbar Square and be inspired by Nepal’s history. You have to come and walk in the foothills of the Himalayas – watching the sunrise over those majestic mountains is something I will never forget. But most of all you have to come to meet the people of Nepal. I have rarely in my life felt as welcomed as I have over the last few days.” – Prince Harry (23 March, 2016)

Prince Harry who was in Nepal for a five-day official visit extended his stay in Nepal by six more days to help rebuild a school in a remote village in Nepal that was damaged by the April 2015 earthquake. “The people I have met and the beauty of this country make it very hard to leave. Thankfully however, I’m not leaving just yet!” he said.

Dharma Adventures provides opportunities to enthusiasts who want to delegate their technical and physical skills depending on the project. Our Building Back Better programs include rebuilding schools, community spaces, religious buildings etc.