About Barauli Community Homestay

The Tharu people have a very rich cultural heritage with many of their own unique traditions and religious beliefs making them different from other indigenous communities in Nepal. They are divided into different groups. In the east are found the Morang Kochila Tharu people in Jhapa, Morang and Sunsari districts; then there are the Kochila Tharu in Udayapur...
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Property Amenities

  Private Bathroom

  Toilet Paper

  Towels

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

A wonderful sanctuary in the heart of Barauli and it’s community. Everyone so friendly and staff are brilliant; leaving you to do what ever you like during your stay. Food is outstanding and accommodation perfect for the location. This is a great opportunity to spend time immersed in local life and to see the wildlife of Chitwan National Park. A cycle around the village culminating in a sunset accompanied by masala tea and biscuits by the river is idyllic. Village orientation walks are also worthwhile. The highlight of the stay was the safari into the stunning Chitwan National Park. This stay is a must during your visit to Nepal!

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Olly P.

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A wonderful sanctuary in the heart of Barauli and it’s community. Everyone so friendly and staff are brilliant; leaving you to do what ever you like during your stay. Food is outstanding and accommodation perfect for the location. This is a great opportunity to spend time immersed in local life and to see the wildlife of Chitwan National Park. A cycle around the village culminating in a sunset accompanied by masala tea and biscuits by the river is idyllic. Village orientation walks are also worthwhile. The highlight of the stay was the safari into the stunning Chitwan National Park. This stay is a must during your visit to Nepal!

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Sarah P.


Impact on
Community

Barauli is a small Tharu village close to Chitwan National Park. Famous for its wildlife, the area is less known for its rich cultural value. Tharu people have never been involved much in tourism, but are mainly farmers. The community homestay here provides new job opportunities and helps empower the village women.

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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 can c...
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House Rules

BehaviorGuests 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 and ...
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Barauli Community Homestay
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