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Humanitarian Nepal / Thailand Eco Tour Testimonials

Nepali Nectar - by Amanda Heidemann

Nepali Nectar - by Amanda Heidemann

As the plane soared through the beauteous expanse frosting the tips of the mighty Himalayas and then glided across the towering Kathmandu valley so crowded with metallic and candy-colored structures and girdled by a sea of cascading terraces, I remained unaware that the theme for the rest of the...

Tamar's Testimonial

Hello Dr. T, I have just returned from the Humanitarian Nepal Trek and Thailand Retreat. First thing I did was go to Ecopolitan for a great an-cooked meal (after eating cooked food in Nepal for awhile, although it was vegan and delicious, I felt very thankful to be again with fresh raw foods... but...

Brent and Chris - Testimonial (2005 Trek)

My wife and I have traveled extensively and have lived overseas. However, the trek to CCODER villages was an experience of a lifetime. Entering the first village was a deeply moving experience for me. I was overcome with emotion as the villagers greeted us and welcomed us to their community. They...

Alanna's Testimonial

I decided to join Dr. T’s Tropical Thailand Healing Retreat and Humanitarian Trek in Nepal because of their exciting and action packed itineraries. I also really loved the fact that my vacation could be relaxing, educational, environmentally sustainable and socially responsible. I can honestly...

Or's Testimonial

A few days ago I have returned from a trekking trip to Nepal that was guided by Dr. Adiel Tel-Oren (“Dr. T”). Among the mostly-American group members, there were two other Israelis, Shai and Anna, who returned at the same time and will share their own experience of this...

Grace (March 2013 Trek)

The trip was definitely a once in a life time experience. I was particularly impressed with the logistics and the sustainability of the Everest Learning Center and other ongoing projects in support of the Nepalese children. Nothing like seeing men conducting business and getting things accomplished...

Mary-Frances White (Documentarian, March 2013 Trek)

The trek was absolutley the hardest thing I have ever done in my life thus far-but it was worth every strain and bead of sweat. I learned things about myself and the world that I feel I wouldn't have learned if I hadn't done this trip. As for the country of Nepal and its people, it is a...

Iris A. (March 2013 Trek)

I have been thinking and dreaming about the trip. It sure had a profound effect on me. I came with somewhat different expectations to what I found and it has been a journey of discovery for me. Nature helped me connect to myself. I treasure those moments of walking in solitude in the woods. Free of...

Bernadette Clevenger (March 2013 Trek)

The trip to Nepal exceeded my initial expectations! The outer journey was filled with amazing sights from the living temples in Katmandu to the snow covered peaks of the Himalayan ranges and smiling faces of the school children we visited.

Dorothy Torrey (March 2013 Community Tour)

I went to Nepal as a non-trekker not only to see a distant place and the beauty of the Himalayans, but mainly because of two desires: 1) To understand our connectedness to the global community of men, women and children in remote villages, and 2) As a Cape Cod area coordinator, to have a bigger...

Kathleen Moulton (March 2013 Community Tour)

What a "TOP NOTCH" group of people in the 2013 trek! I feel we were a very special group that were destined to come together and share our lives with each other.  Dorothy, Augusta and I were part of the "Ground Contingent." This was a new arrangement put together by Dr....

Stacie, ELA Volunteer (2012-2013)

Things are amazing here - it has been a beautiful adventure so far and I'm sure its only going to continue to get better! Everyday is a new and incredible experience. My family is so sweet and loving and great at making me feel at home here. And needless to say the children are beautiful and...

Virginia S. (October 2012 Trek)

Have you ever dreamed of visiting Nepal, having a great adventure where no tourists have been before you, riding or swimming with an elephant?? If yes, then a trek to Nepal with Dr. Tel-Oren is for you! And the proceeds of the trek build schools and educate children in Nepal who would otherwise...

Mindy (2011 Trek)

This is so cool, the success and growth of the schools! I remember the trip we went on 2 years ago - my son and I cherish the memory to this day! I've been thinking of Nepal the previous month, it's funny to see your email about ELA come across. You, your cause & the children of Nepal...



 
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