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Homestay Based Trekking

Home stay based Trekking is a kind of opportunity to explore real Nepalese rural life and socialize with local people. In this trekking you would be taken to well manage villages which are out of touch with urban life. Your accommodation is in home of villagers. You stay there as a family member and eat together what they produce in their farm. The friendly and hearty behavior of the family members gives you a different experience that you have never enjoyed before. Villagers continue their daily normal works and guests enjoy participating in the village activities. In this tour you will be observing the real Nepalese cultural tradition from the closest quarter and intermingle with the locals. One more important thing is any expenses made by you directly contribute to the welfare of the local community which ultimately gives you the high sense of satisfaction.

We organize Home stay based trekking in following villages:

Sirubari Village
Sirubari is the village where the concept of Village tourism is used at the first time in Nepal. This is a compact farming community village dominated by Gurung people. This village is located in Syangja district southwest of Pokhara city. We reach there after a short drive from Pokhara followed by the comfortable walk. The village is on a south facing slope at 1,700m above sea level. The climate is ideal at all times of the year however the best time to visit is between Septembers to June. The major attractions of this village are daily life style of Gurung community. Gurung is one of the ethnic people of Nepal. The other worth seeing things are panoramic views of Nepal Himalayas. From here you can see the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri range. All the houses are mostly built from the local materials and well constructed and comfortable. Foot trails are all stone paved. We rarely find tourists who already visited this village are not impressed by the warm welcoming and family like behavior of the locals.

In may 2001. Sirubari in conjunction with the Nepal tourism board was awarded the PATA Gold award in recognitions of its efforts to preserve the culture and heritage of Nepalese total life.

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Ghalegaun is an exotic pristine village lies in Lamjung district of western Nepal. This village is situated at the foot of Lamjung Himal. Here one can experience the microcosm of stunning natural beauty with an unspoiled ethnic lifestyle. This is the home of world famous Gurkha soldiers. The tour to this village is a wonderful experience in itself as it goes crossing over the Marsyandi, Khudi and Midim rivers; passing through rhododendrons blossoming along the way amidst the chirping of birds and wild insects. The trekking route passes through dense jungle and villages and impressive waterfalls. Activities around this village including bird watching, visit to the Utter Kanya temple, Pempro fall, Batase cave, the Khudi hydroelectric dam site and watching age old cultural dances with different musical instruments. From this village we get a superb breathtaking view of majestic western Himalayas including Machhapuchhare (6693m) Annapurna (8091m), Annapurna II (7939m) Annapurna IV (7525m), Lamjung Himal, Bouddha Himal (6974m), Himalchuli (6747m) and many more smaller peaks.

Visitors to Ghalegaun-Ghanpokhara are welcomed with offering of garlands and tika while music and dances are performed and traditional farewell songs are sung when guests depart.

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Chitwan Chepang Hills Trails
The newly developed Chitwan Chepang Hills Trail is unique because of one of the most ethnic cultures of Nepal- Chepang culture. Chepang, believed to be influenced by Tamangs, speak their own distinct language, leading a nomadic life and their primary lifestyle, hunting, foraging for wild roots and fishing and traditional farming near jungles. A Praja Pande (Faith healer) might be an interesting figure for cultural tourist to be introduced to. They inhabit the remote and sparse contours of Makwanpur, Chitwan, Gorkha and Dhading districts. Other ethnic groups found in this region largely comprise of Tharu, Musahar, Satahar, Danuwar, Tamang, Kumal Gurung and Magar. The Chitwan Chepang Hills Trail offers a rare combination of cultural and sightseeing experience. A stay in the beautiful homes of the villagers as guests and sharing their meals is a journey of discovery in itself. The unique culture in this area, bird watching and other natural attractions add to the experience.

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