Accessible Tourism

An incredible tourism program to help people experience the beautiful Humla and also funding the projects of HEAD Nepal.

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See the majestic Humla in all its glory with HEAD Nepal

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Humla is the closest thing you will find to heaven. This place is beyond magical and serene. It is as if the mountains present itself for the spiritual and emotional awakening. Meeting our beautiful kids at HEAD hostel will also warm your hearts and flutter theirs

We invite you to Humla with its mountains, rivers, and forests. Where else in the world would you find a place where no traffic disturbs the peace of an untouched landscape? Enjoy the fresh air, breathtaking views, and friendly people of this region. You can explore the natural beauty of Humla on horseback or foot.

When you stop in a village, you will learn about their culture and traditions, but also hear about the challenges of living in a remote area without access to transportation and many services. Imagine the guides through forests and up and downhill are blind or partially sighted. They will show you their villages through their eyes and help you to experience nature and culture with all senses. 

Join the blind and partially sighted youth of HEAD Nepal school on a journey through their world. If you have a disability, we assure you of the best assistance for your needs. We have disabled ourselves, so we know what is important for you to have an interesting and safe adventure in the mountains of Humla.

The program includes:

  • Sightseeing in Kathmandu
  • Transportation to Humla
  • Food and accommodation
  • Cultural program
  • Traditional festivals
  • One and two-day excursions to nearby villages
  • Experience of the natural beauty with all senses
  • Interaction with blind and partially sighted students of the HEAD Blind School

With your participation in one of our journeys, you support the program of HEAD Nepal to give blind and partially sighted children special education and to prepare them for integration into mainstream schools.

Contact us to get more information about the tour.