We are thrilled to announce that for 2019 there will be a new Charity Tour incl. Volunteering 'Happy Mango & Rice Field Season' around Bardibas and Janakpur in the Middle South-East of Nepal. Bardibas, is part of the Mahottari District and is the starting point where we begin our excursion; with numerous sites to explore.
Nishchal Ghimire LP, a professional local guide, will be conducting the charity and cultural tours and it is with great enthusiasm that he will help you to make this trip an unforgettable experience whereby, at the same time, you will meet the Nepali community in Health Post, School and Community Village.
This trip will only be available to a limited number of people.
Included in the price quoted:
|Duration||Best Travel Time||Travel Schedule||Travel Cost|
|01-07 days||01. June - 31. July 2020||start at any time||USD$ 100/day|
|01-15 days||01. June - 31. July 2020||start at any time||USD$ 100/day|
|01-30 days||01. June - 31. July 2020||start at any time||USD$ 100/day|
Fees for Travel, Guide, Transportation, Food, Accommodation, Donation to Patron Nepal Projects as listed in 'Our Objectives & Impact', Marketing, Administration & Overhead costs are included.
Good to Know
King of Fruits; Mango in Middle South East of Nepal
Known as the ‘King of Fruits’, rules most of the gardens in region during the Nepali month of and . This delicious fruit is one of the most loved and desired fruits in Nepal which makes everyone, from children to old, tempt for more – piece of it or a chilly mango shake on hot sunny days.
Not only is mango a favorite fruit of the people in Nepal, it also holds a special place in our cultural and religious heritage. According to the Hindu mythology, when Lord and had come from the heaven, they had missed this heavenly fruit so much that requested Lord to create a mango tree by his divine power. Fulfilling her desire, he had created the tree and since then, mangoes people were able to devour this heavenly fruit.
The fruit is also mentioned in the ancient literature such as, in , mangoes were mentioned as the fruit of Kings and the princes used to pride themselves on the possession of large mango gardens. There are over 500 varieties of the mango in various shapes and sizes around the world with over 750 hybrid selections and in context of Nepal, the regions of and along with some hilly districts like and produces more than 140,000 megaton of this seasonal fruit in a year.
Among the various varieties of mangoes available in the market in Nepal, some of the famous ones are mentioned:
Mostly used for canning, pulping or export, this variety of mangoes produced during the mid-season are of highest quality and are also expensive.
Found in larger quantity in the Nepali market, this variety of mangoes look bright yellow-orange in color and are produced between early seasons of February-April.
Rich and fleshy mangoes are found during the early monsoon months of April-June and are the most common type of mango for its wide availability and sweetness.
Grown in the northern part of India, this is one of the best varieties of mangoes imported to Nepal. This yellow fruit has fibreless flesh and is available in the months of June-August.
Mangoes are used for medicinal qualities in various parts of Nepal as kidney tonics and cure for headaches. The bark of the mango tree is useful in strengthening the nervous and blood system, giving rid to body of toxins and treating anemia while the dried mango flowers are used to cure dysentery, diarrhea and inflammation of the urinary tract. Moreover, the crushed mango seeds are used to clot bleeding. This fruit of gods, also known as the King of Fruits, mangoes have been a part of Nepali culture for many centuries and still today, it remains at the top as the favorite fruit for most of the people in Nepal.
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