A beautiful village in Nuwakot District where you can have hands on experience of a typical village life in Nepal.
Panauti’s medieval town continues its culture, traditions, and prestige just as it was in the 13th century.
Patan, also known as Lalitpur, means City of Beauty. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to some of the finest temples and palaces in Nepal.
In a transition from traditional rural to modern agricultural, this village just 40 kilometers from Kathmandu displays the best of both worlds. Patlekhet Community Homestay is only a couple of hours from Kathmandu but still keeps its rural village character.
Located on the way to Nepal’s famous hill station at Nagarkot, Bastola is a tiny hamlet that looks across the Kathmandu Valley, surrounded by forest, rich biodiversity and culture.
Tansen Community Homestay is made up of a group of homestays in part of the old historic town of Tansen in Palpa district, a few hours from Pokhara.
Dalla is located close to Bardia National Park in the mid-western Terai lowland hills of Nepal.
‘Tharu’ is one of the successful preservers of their centuries-old tradition and culture in the modern days of Nepal. Widely accepted as ‘Children of Nature’, Tharus - from their early existence have connected themselves with the protection of forest, nature, and have been following ‘agriculture’ as their major occupation.
With their very unique and characteristic culture, meet the Tharu people, Terai’s indigenous ethnic group.
Piprahar is a beautiful Tharu village just over 20 kilometers west of Narayanghat. There are altogether 22 small huts which are attached to the local family’s huts.