Medical Trek

Started in 2012, every year International physicians, dentists, nurses, health workers and volunteers can participate in our medical & dental treks. You do not need to be a healthcare worker to participate! Non-medical volunteers are also needed to accompany treks as they make valuable contributions assisting in numerous capacities.  All who seek a rewarding experience providing vital healthcare to remote areas are welcome and encouraged to come.

Med trek is a unique way to take in the beauty of Nepal, participate in the daily life of Nepalese, immerse oneself in indigenous culture, and help people who otherwise go without healthcare.  Starting from Kathmandu, we trek on the Nepal trails and these treks usually take about two weeks. During this period, the health camp lasting for 3 days, established in the village of Lisankhu, situated in the district of Sidhupalchowk, which was very badly damaged by the recent 2015 earthquake. Over the course of these three days, with help from KTF staff and local volunteers, we will treat not only the residents of the village, but also from the surrounding communities.  It is not uncommon for people to travel by foot for several days in order to be treated at our health camp.  

From time to time, in collaboration with Karma Thalo Foundation, we organize special treks focusing on particular medical needs. This primarily includes dental and ophthalmology treatment, but specialists in other areas are welcome!

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Upcoming Trip 

After the successful med camp mission of 2012-13-14-15-16 and 17, do join us on KTF’s Fall 2018 med trek in the beautiful village of Lisankhu and trek the trails of Nepal’s Annapurna Base Camp, offering unique living exposure to one of the most culturally diverse area of Nepal, with breathtaking Himalayan panoramas, stretching from Dhaulagiri & Annapurna and the mesmerizing Mt. Machhapuchhare "Fishtail".

For more information, please view our Karma Thalo Foundation website. 

Our short video pic from our 2012 Med Camp Trip

Our story video pic from 2016 Med Camp Trip

We look forward to seeing you in Nepal soon!  Namaste!

Grade: Easy | 6 Days