Discover Tamang cultures as you trek through the Langtang region. The exotic Tamang heritage trail coupled with beautiful landscapes and meaningful interaction is one of the best way to trek in Nepal
During a guided evening bike ride around the village, past vibrant green rice paddies, immaculate mud homes with giant piles of hay outside, and down to the banks of the Narayani River for a blood-orange sunset, you may be the only tourist around. This bike ride was a highlight of my stay in Barauli, as I got to see Tharu village life close-up.
Immerse yourself in an authentic Local Tharu culture close to Bardiya National Park with its unspoiled wilderness of grassland and riverine forest in the mid-western Terai region, the Community homestay in Dalla offers a peek into the lives of Danguara Tharus and opportunity to explore the rarest of wildlife in Nepal. Living with the locals in their traditional mud and wood houses you can get a glimpse of the way of life that has gone largely unchanged over time.
Discover Shree Antu and its people along side the tea culture while on this short trip in Nepal. Living with locals you can have a memorable holiday in this small valley surrounded by tea gardens.
Kathmandu Valley is a paradise to explore and experience culture & nature. With its rich culture, diverse landscape, and spectacular scenery, this region offers amazing experience for travelers. The trip takes you to the surrounding towns and villages in Kathmandu where you can discover the cultures and experience traditions of various ethnic groups while enjoying the beauty of the natural landscapes in the region.
The Red Panda Trail, in the eastern region of Nepal provides authentic wildlife-spotting activities, following the paths that local people use when navigating the area, and you are unlikely to see many other tourists.
Nepal's Ropain festival is a joyful celebration of rice planting, where farmers and communities unite in the fields. This vibrant event involves plowing, planting, and enjoying mud play. Families and friends come together to partake in these activities, taking breaks to savor traditional food like beaten rice and yogurt. It's a chance to learn rice planting and bond with locals. Just 26 km from Kathmandu, Nagarkot is a haven of biodiversity and alpine forests. It offers an escape from the city's chaos, letting you immerse in village life, witness daily routines, and explore a hidden jungle waterfall for an adventurous touch. Furthermore, Nagarkot treats you to breathtaking mountain views from your homestay, providing a serene experience.
Majority of people in Nepal are farmers. Ropain/ rice plantation is celebrated as a festival to mark the day of planting new seedlings of rice crops. People are seen ploughing the fields, planting and having fun while playing in the mud. Ropain is a lively festival that brings families, friends, and the entire community together for a day of planting and plowing in the fields
In a trek that takes you around villages connected by their community homestays, explore a less visited magnificent area close to the Annapurnas. Like the more popular Poon Hill trek or Annapurna base camp trek, this trek takes you through very similar landscapes.
This trek is ideal trek if you prefer a trek off the beaten track where you can immerse yourself completely in the natural beauty of the Himalayas and meet a handful of locals in their tiny mountain communities.