Homestay in Nepal is the latest concept of traveling through Nepal. It was introduced by the government of Nepal in 2011. Homestay trekking is a unique way to get to know local life, culture, fauna, and flora. Many new routes throughout Nepal and surrounding areas were developed to make your stay a uniquely tailored holiday experience.
Every homestay tour is accompanied by a local tour guide, who is fluent in the local as well the English language. Many of them living in the area for generations and, therefore, have exceptional knowledge of the culture and history of your trekking destination. Who really can give you a more close-up insight into the Nepal lifestyle than someone who grew up in this place? – Remember all those little places we discovered when we were playing kids? Those places are now available to you through our Homestay Trekking Tours.
How does it work?
Homestay in Nepal is an eco–friendly tourist program. This means all programs are designed in a way that they do not interfere with the exceptional nature, culture, traditions, and heritage. The concept of Homestay Trekking was developed with preservation and conservation in mind so that future travelers to Nepal can enjoy the same beauty as you do today. Therefore, every tour is designed friendly to nature and sustainable to tourism.
If you decide to get to know Nepal through Homestay Trekking Touring, your Accommodation will be in private homes and you will be served local food. Always remember to be respectful of people’s customs, culture, and lifestyle. After all, you are staying in their homes. This way of traveling does not only support the local families and entire communities it is also the cheaper way to experience Nepal.
One word of caution must be said: Nepal is a small and not as developed country as travelers from Western societies might be used to. Particular in the mountain regions, not all facilities are always available. Therefore, Homestay Trekking Tours aims more for the easy traveler, the backpackers, and adventures. Nonetheless, even modern facilities are not always and not all times available, you will find, the breath-taking beauty of the Nepali countryside will effortlessly make up for those small inconveniences.