Panauti Community Homestay is the perfect way to experience Nepali hospitality while visiting one of the oldest town in Nepal, reputed for its many annual festivals and traditions. Just a few hours drive from Kathmandu, Panauti is a charming historic town where you can get close to the authentic lifestyle of Nepalese people, socialize with families, breathe in the fresh air of the lush countryside and get involved in traditions. Panauti Community Homestay offer visitors genuine Nepali homestay experience including food, lodging, and guided sightseeing around the old town and countryside. Panauti is also an excellent base for hiking to hilltop villages such as Namobuddha, Dhulikhel and Sanga.
Discover Tansen's fascinating culture, crafts and lifestyle with your local host. You will stay with one of the 6 families in Tansen, the rooms though simply furnished, are comfortable. Tansen, Palpa is largely pedestrianized and is set on a hillside overlooking the plains on one side and the Annapurna with other Himalayan ranges on the other. Tansen offers many activities that you will enjoy, among the many list of things to do in Palpa the sight of the sunrise reflecting against the mighty Annapurna is just mesmerizing to watch from the homestay while seeping a cup of tea that your host has offered.
Belkot is a beautiful village that is surrounded by green hills and terrace farms. You are welcome to participate in some of the traditional farming practices and assist your hosts in their fields. You might like to try your hand planting rice with the muddy fields, or just explore the diverse culture and lifestyle within this small community with your Nepalese family.
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.
Get to know the Terai’s indigenous Tharu people while enjoying village tours, jungle safaris, and other natural attractions around Chitwan National Park. At the Barauli Community Homestay Nepal, guests can live alongside one of the indigenous ethnic groups of the Terai, the Tharu people. Their culture, language, architecture, and cuisine are a mixture of those found in the hills of Nepal and the plains of North India. Various Tharu groups live across the broad length of the Terai, and the Tharu people of the Chitwan area are generally called the Koth aria or Dangaha Tharus. Like other Nepal Community Homestays, the accommodation and activities at Barauli are run by the local women. Your guides for many of the activities available here are women, so you’ll get the chance to meet and interact with Nepali women, which can be difficult elsewhere in the country. Running the homestays gives the local women valuable skills and self-confidence, as well as an independent source of income. A major attraction of the Barauli Community Homestay is the fact that you can combine cultural learning with nature and wildlife-focused activities. Many visitors to the Chitwan National Park are only exposed to nature and wildlife, but by staying at this homestay in Nepal you will meet the people who live around the park, learn about their lifestyles, and witness how nature and culture coexist.
Run completely by a group of women, Kapan Gyanmala Community Homestay provides a complete city experience on the foothills of Shivapuri National Park. Kapan is a perfect location to experience city life, while still being far from traffic. There is lots of walking and hiking opportunities as it is also close to Shivapuri National Park. You can go for a hike around the monasteries, or the national park or stroll around Boudha as per your wish when staying here.
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.
Inhabited around rich biodiversity and nature, at Nagarkot Community Homestay you can enjoy a calm environment with the panoramic scenes, fresh breeze on the lap of green forest, a soak in the waterfall, and the taste of delightful local cuisine, produced organically. Located on the way to the main town of ‘Nagarkot’, and a quick escape from the busy streets of Kathmandu, you can immerse yourselves in mesmerizing interactions living with the locals and discover the wonders of nature. At the homestay you can feel at home staying with the villagers as a family member, sharing their kitchen and daily activities.
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.
‘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.