Our ethos at Beyul Experiences is about growing sustainably, and continuing to be responsible in how visitors engage with various elements in and around the sacred valleys. We want to create a healthy ecosystem of exchange and learning between the locals of the Himalayas and the visitors we host from around the world. We believe in growing our community, not just by giving them access to basic services, but also by expanding their horizons through creative exposure, adventurous explorations and through cross-cultural learnings.
We are actively involved with several social projects in the region, from healthcare, education, environmental, to youth development in sports. Many of our visitors are looking to make a meaningful impact on their holiday and we want to create a platform where both the visitor and the visited have a meaningful exchange.
For each booking at the Happy House, Beyul provides one year of health insurance for a family. The Happy House houses international and visiting doctors from Kathmandu who run special mobile health camps in the region. Through our guests we have raised US $20,754 to provide small stoves for local families, and we also conducted an awareness campaign about the dangers of open smoke. (Exposure to smoke is the leading cause of death in the Himalayan region.)
We are now working to expand our Phaplu Mountain Biking Club, a non-profit, that supports the youth of Phaplu and neighboring villages.