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Non Tourist Home stay Trek

Non Tourist Home stay Trek offers to know about cultural, religious and life style closely and this trekking means stay at a village house for the accommodation while trekking. Nepal is world famous for its splendid mountains and diverse ecosystem. But the list does not end here… There are countless beautiful, unique and hospitable villages as well!

So, if you are looking forward to explore Nepal's rich culture and unique lifestyles by immersing yourself in the local culture and environment, then homestay trekking is one of the best ways. There are many different ethnic groups who reside in different villages in the country, including Sherpa, Tamang, Magars, Gurung, Rai/Limbu, Newars, Chhetris, Tharus and Brahmin communities. You can gain an insight on their hospitality, culture, and lifestyle by becoming the part of their family as a guest visitor.

The home stay concept was launched on August 17, 2010, with the objective of encouraging tourists to visit rural Nepal and thereby helping to grow self-employment opportunities for the local people.

During the home stay trek, travelers are wholeheartedly invited by the villagers to live in their houses along with their family members, where they will be welcomed with garlands, tikas and local dances, and offered the local cuisine. The travelers will get an opportunity to learn about Nepali culture, ethnic rituals, customs and traditions through interaction with the local people. Above all they will learn to be loving, caring and sharing.

Home stay trekking is the best way to observe many of the cultural activities of the locals as well an adventurous way to experience the joys of outdoor life in the majestic Himalayan landscape.

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