About Barauli Community Homestay

Like other Nepali Community Homestays, the accommodation and activities at Barauli Community Homestay in Chitwan are run by the local women. Running the homestays gives the local women valuable skills and self-confidence, as well as an independent source of income.Guests at the Barauli Community Homestay each have a private cottage: earthen, thatched-roof...
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Property Amenities

  Private Bathroom

  Toilet Paper


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What's Included
  • Village Excursion
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
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What visitor say about Barauli Community Homestay

My husband and I loved our time at Barauli Community Homestay! It gave us a glimpse into life in rural Nepal and allowed us to experience the culture in a meaningful way while building real relationships with community members. Our accommodations were com


Sarah Haselschwardt

An incredible experience to be part of this community. The homestay is excellently run and we had an amazing time


Matthew Gatt

Impact on

Though a stone's throws away from the Chitwan National Park, Barauli never got much attention as a travel destination and saw little to no travelers before. With Community Homestay’s involvement, Barauli has seen more and more travelers each year. Tourism has now become a viable source of income. Although everyone in the community is involved in many different ways, the homestays have provided an opportunity for the local women to assume greater responsibilities in the community as they rise through the ranks of the community. As a response to the pandemic, CHN initiated the Koseli Project in 2020 to help tourism-dependent communities to sell local products in urban markets. The women from Barauli have been actively involved in this project. With the training received from CHN, they have been creating various home decors products from the abandoned elephant grass.

Meet Your Hosts

Barauli is home to the indigenous Tharu people. By day, the villagers work on their artisanal products & tend to their crops while the kids play near the jungle.

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It's very easy to get there

Just 175 Km away from Kathmandu

  • By Private Vehicle - 6 Hrs (Approx)
  • By Bus - 7 Hrs (Approx)

Cancellation Policy

If you want to cancel the trip with CHN due to any unavoidable circumstances the following cancellation and refund will be applicable:Cancellations regarding stays and experiences only:The guest will ...
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House Rules

Behavior Guests are required to behave in responsible manner, respect the local Communities, hosts, and other occupants in the homestays. Noise should be kept to a minimum between the hours of 10pm an...
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Barauli Community Homestay