Base Camp Trek takes seriously, since its inception, the threats to the Himalayan environment and ensures that the economic benefits of tourism are redistributed to local people. Base Camp Trek is involved in various projects supported by several associations.

Garuda Nepal:
The French association Garuda France has supported for many years different projects in Nepal: football for street children, training workshops for women, home for children with disabilities, schooling, etc.
After the earthquake of April 2015, and following a surge of spontaneous generosity, Garuda carried out for 3 months distributions of food, seeds and emergency shelters. Today we concentrate our efforts on the reconstruction of 4 schools and a dispensary in the region of Kavre.
More info on:
The blog: Garuda Nepal 
Contact Garuda France: Catherine Leprince, President,
Contact Garuda Nepal: Sushila Tamang,

Plastic Free Zone:
Born from a local initiative that resulted in the banishment of plastic bags and bottles from Chhomrong to the Annapurna Sanctuary. Base Camp is committed to the continuation of this project and extends it to the West. Recently, the Myagdi region has in turn freed itself from this pollutant that damages the Himalayas. Find all the information on this operation on:

Act for Responsible Tourism:
Base Camp Trek, a member of the association Acting for Responsible Tourism, aims to encourage the development of sustainable tourism in the host regions, so that the economic benefits are most appropriately distributed among the actors of the trip, to inform the customer in a transparent and sincere way among others. More information on the ATR website:

Reforestation at Annapurnas:
At the foot of Annapurna, Base Camp supports a reforestation project. The municipalities set up nurseries and allocated land to replant the trees in the ground by protecting them from fences. Base Camp is committed to planting a tree for each of its customers.