Cross Culture Study

Study and explore the lessons Nepal's vibrant cultures, indigenous traditions and ancient knowledge can teach us  about tolerance & peace. 


  • Culture & History
  • Human Geography
  • Cooperation & Teamwork
  • Yoga & Mindfulness
  • Nepali language
  • Sustainability

In this expereince based learning and explorative education students learn from and live toghter with indigenous ethic groups in the peaceful Himalayan mountains, lush middle hills and wild southern jungles of Nepal.

By studying intercultural and cross-cultural understadning in both the micro (personal) and macro (society) sphare, we discover the ancient philosphical, historical and cultural practices in the Himalayas that has lead to peaceful, inclusive and virbant coexsistance cross cultural, ethnic and laguage barriers.

This program is mostly spent in remote areas and off the beaten track, living together with locals and learning from their ways of life. Students practice ancient traditions and yoga, and work together on community driven sustainability projects.

Integrating this learning with a base of understanding the cultural history and modern challenges of Nepal, the student will get a rare insight into the connection between culture, nature and development.

Coupled with gaining experience in the field, this program also focus on personal development, team work, communication, problem solving skills and knowledge exchange. The students will be equipped and empowered to lead intercultural teams in their professional and personal life.


8 weeks.


The Royal Beach Camp

Other location(s):

Bhaktapur, World Heritage Site.

Langtang National Park.

Chitwan National Park.

Our educations are designed for participants to gain experience, personal growth and recognised credits.

We also work closely with the educational institution to integrate subject from the participants' current studies to make meaningful connection between academic studies and real life


" I'm longing to go back everyday, amazing place with fantastic people."

- Tobias Wiklund

We work for a sustainable future.

The world's highest mountains, most epic rivers and vibrant cultures.

- Let the Himalayas be your classroom!