• Annapurna
  • Bardia
  • Chitwan
  • Illam
  • Nagarkot
  • Nuwakot
  • Palpa
  • Panauti
  • Patan
  • Patlekhet
  • Rasuwa

Paklekhet Community Homestay: Village of milk and honey

Visiting Patlekhet for the first time and being a bit of a townie, I was a little apprehensive about how I was going to find…Read More

Community Hike Sanga – Panauti

The hike begins at Sanga, home to the tallest Shiva statue in the world. With Shiva dominating the horizon, the journey commences with a relatively…Read More

Rana Ujeshwori Bhagwoti Temple and Bhagwoti Jatra (Victory Granting Goddess of Palpa)

The introduction Bhagwoti Temple is one of the most important shrines of Tansen, Palpa dedicated to Goddess Bhagwoti, the patron deity of Palpa. Today, this…Read More

Enjoy living like locals in Nagarkot

Located in the midway to a famous Hill Station in Nepal, ‘Nagarkot’, Nagarkot Community Homestay is inhabited around rich in biodiversity and culture, a lot…Read More

Untold story of Patan Community Homestay

Although I live in Kathmandu, I never explored Patan, just on the other side of the Bagmati River. So I thought I should. A weekend…Read More

Nepalese Freelancer Guides visit to Community Homestays

Tour or trekking guides, for the travelers, are always a window of opportunity to explore the hidden beauties of a place, its people, culture, and history;…Read More

Diary of a visit to Bardiya Community Homestay

Bardia, and its famous Bardiya National Park, is one of Nepal’s finest miniatures for the cultural and the natural diversity found in the entire Nepal….Read More

Food, Culture, Arts, and Patan Community Homestay

Patan Community Homestay is a community based Homestay network, a collective and collaborative effort of bringing all the Homestays together under one domain. The uniqueness…Read More

Illam Community Homestay; Authentic Beauty in a Tea pot

Charismatic Illam, is famous for the enchanting natural scenery and landscapes, tea production, and diverse agricultural economy. Shree Antu Danda (around 2,300m) lies in Ilam…Read More

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