1 Week Permaculture and Sustainability Retreats in Chitwan 

7 Days

Trip Info

  • Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November)
  • Guided
  • Available
  • English
  • Available
  • Bus,Cab


Escape to the lush landscapes of Chitwan for an immersive Permaculture and Sustainability Retreat, where you’ll embark on a transformative journey towards sustainable living. Nestled in the heart of Nepal’s Terai region, Chitwan offers the perfect backdrop for exploring eco-friendly practices and reconnecting with nature. Led by experienced permaculture experts and sustainability advocates, this retreat provides a unique opportunity to learn about sustainable agriculture, renewable energy, waste management, and more, all while experiencing the serene beauty of Chitwan’s forests, rivers, and wildlife.

Embark on a meaningful journey towards sustainability with our Permaculture and Sustainability Retreat in Chitwan. Whether you’re a seasoned environmentalist or new to the concepts of permaculture, this retreat offers a holistic learning experience that will inspire you to live in harmony with nature and create positive change in your own life and community.


  • Engage in hands-on workshops led by sustainability experts.
  • Enjoy delicious farm-to-table meals with locally sourced ingredients.
  • Learn eco-friendly building techniques using renewable materials.
  • Connect with locals and support sustainable development initiatives.


Arrive in Chitwan and transfer to your accommodation.
Welcome briefing and orientation about the retreat activities.
Relax and unwind, immersing yourself in the tranquil surroundings of Chitwan.

Morning session on the principles of permaculture and sustainable living.
Hands-on workshop on organic gardening and composting techniques.
Afternoon visit to a local farm for a farm-to-table experience and agricultural insights.

Participate in a natural building workshop, learning about eco-friendly construction methods.
Work together on a community building project using sustainable materials.
Evening reflection and discussion on the importance of natural building in sustainable development.

Explore renewable energy solutions with a focus on solar power and biogas.
Visit a local renewable energy project and learn about its impact on the community.
Practical session on setting up small-scale renewable energy systems.

Engage with local communities through cultural exchange activities.
Visit a nearby village to learn about indigenous knowledge and traditions.
Participate in community-led initiatives for sustainable development.

Guided nature walk in Chitwan National Park, observing diverse flora and fauna.
Birdwatching tour to spot various bird species native to the region.
Relaxing river safari along the Rapti River, enjoying views of wildlife and aquatic life.

Morning reflection session on the lessons learned during the retreat.
Farewell breakfast with the retreat group, sharing experiences and memories.
Transfer to the airport or onward destination, concluding the retreat in Chitwan.


Cost Includes

  • Professional guide/instructor
  • Retreat activity charges/fees
  • Hotel pickup and drop off by car
  • Local transportation by deluxe tourist bus
  • All meals (3 times a day, veg)
  • Private accommodation (6 nights 7 days)
  • Government taxes
  • Service charge

Cost Excludes

  • Personal expenses


What level of experience is required to participate in the retreat?

The retreat is suitable for individuals of all experience levels, from beginners to those with prior knowledge of permaculture and sustainability practices.

What type of accommodation will be provided during the retreat?

Accommodation will be arranged in comfortable lodges or eco-friendly guesthouses in Chitwan, providing basic amenities and a peaceful environment.

What should I bring for the retreat?

Participants are advised to bring comfortable clothing suitable for outdoor activities, sturdy walking shoes, a reusable water bottle, sunscreen, insect repellent, and personal toiletries. A detailed packing list will be provided upon booking.

Will there be opportunities for hands-on learning and practical experience?

Yes, the retreat includes hands-on workshops, demonstrations, and community engagement activities, allowing participants to gain practical experience in permaculture, sustainable agriculture, and natural building techniques.

Is there internet and phone connectivity in Chitwan?

While some accommodations may offer limited internet access, participants should be prepared for occasional connectivity disruptions, especially in more remote areas. Embracing a digital detox can enhance the retreat experience and promote mindfulness in nature.

You can send your enquiry via the form below.

1 Week Permaculture and Sustainability Retreats in Chitwan 
16% Off
From US $950 US $800
/ Adult