Nepal Homestay Tour

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Trip Duration 3 Days
Group Size 2-12 people
Maximum Altitude Siddha Baba Hill (1,550m)
Difficulty Grade Easy
Start & End Point Kathmandu/Kathmandu
Best Seasons Mar-May, Sept-Nov

Trip Highlights of Nepal Homestay Tour

  • Explore the closely typical lifestyle of village people of Nepal
  • Pleasant homestays and hikes in Dhading village
  • Typical and traditional model village Gurung and mixed people in Nepal homestay tour.

Overview of Nepal Homestay Tour

Nepal homestay tours are getting popular these days. During the Nepal homestay tour, you get to see the real side of the place. You can experience local life and connect with like-minded people. The homestays you will find in Nepal are primary and not famous places. They are less traveled.

Though they are more off the beaten track, your hosts will prepare traditional Nepali meals wherever you go. Dal Bhat is the nation’s favorite one. You can also get the local dishes depending on your host. You can try the very particular Newar or Tharu dishes.

And if you would like to place your culinary skills to the test, offer to assist. Or you can ask your hosts to show you ways to cook, sort of a local. Hotels cannot compete when it involves that friendly home-away-from-home experience.

You might not have such a luxury at a homestay, but they make up for this with their welcome. If you’re traveling alone, you’ll always find someone to share your experiences with. You will find people who you want to listen to about your day.

You will stay at a Bhaduwar Kalika homestay Jwalamukhi Dhading Nepal tour. You also recognize a considerable proportion of the cash. Your spending goes straight into the pocket of a private or community. It does not go to any mediators or multinational chains.

The sound trickle-down effect of your money spent within the local economy features a much more significant impact. It helps poor communities. Homestays Nepal tour will always offer you far better value than hotels.

It helps to form that once-in-a-lifetime trip all the cheaper. You’ll have your own space but at affordable prices. At the same time, knowing that you are simply staying in someone’s home is essential. So, only some things will be perfect.

Bhaduwar Kalika Nepal homestay tour Jwalamukhi Dhading

The Bhaduwar Kalika Homestay is in Ward 5 of Jwalamukhi Village in Dhading. This Nepal Homestay tour is on the rise in rural areas of the Dhading district. A homestay is a good option, especially in places with no hotel or lodge. It is a Nepali ritual of welcoming the guests.

The Bhaduwar Kalika homestays can operate up to thirty guests in nine homes. One can enjoy a Magar meal at the Bhadawar Kali Homestay, an hour by motorway from Dhading. The homestay manager also says you can enjoy entertainment in Sorthi and Ghatu.

The concept of Homestay all over Nepal is a great way to strengthen local farmers’ lifestyles. It encourages them to promote the use of local agricultural resources. The route to Kalika homestay begins from Kathmandu. It goes through the main highway to Dhadingbeshi.

From Dhadingbeshi, enjoy the adventurous journey of 15 kilometers on a smooth road. Finally, reach the Homestay. This Bhaduwar Kalika Nepal homestay tour can be a perfect destination to explore the Magar community’s lifestyle. They provide a clean environment for every kind of tourist.

The management committee initially started the service from nine houses. They are now drawing the attention of global travelers with authentic Nepal. They can enjoy staying with the locals and experiencing a typical Nepali lifestyle.

This Nepal homestay tour allows tourist to apprehend local people and their traditions. This place can be very suitable to regard them as if they are in their own home in rural areas.

Itinerary of Nepal Homestay Tour

DAY
01

Day 01: Kathmandu drives to Shreeban Nature camp at Nalang Dhading.

Today, we will take a drive-by bus to Shreeban Nature Camp via Prithvi Highway. We will arrive there for lunch. Shreeban nature camp is open to trekkers. You will be able to visit ethnic villages with different mixed cast communities. You can do bird watching and hiking.

Have an excellent opportunity to enjoy and explore different kinds of birds, animals, and butterflies in the camp. Dhola Shreeban village trekking can best allow one to observe Nepalese cultural traditions from the closest quarter. You can intermingle with the locals.

Bus 3 hrs
Accommodation Homestay
Meals Lunch & Dinner
Altitude Shreeban (1,300m)
DAY
02

Day 02: Exploration day and hiking

An hour’s walk from the resort takes you to the top of Siddha Baba Hill. It is at 1,550 meters, from where you will see a 360-degree view of the surroundings. Many other short trails will present you with adventurous experiences. The tails are not so tricky.

It generally includes walking through villages and forested trails. After lunch, a short walk from the resort will take you to some of the fine villages of this area. Here, you can interact with locals and see their lifestyle. People from different ethnic communities live in the town.

Yet, they all have their own identity and live together in harmony. They take part in each other cultures and traditions. Talking about culture & tradition, this village will offer you a chance to experience several different norms, values, and festivals simultaneously.

Walking Day
Accommodation Homestay
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Altitude Siddha Baba Hill (1,550 m)
DAY
03

Day 03: Shreeban nature camp trekking to Bungchuk and drive back to Kathmandu

After breakfasting at nature camp, we will set our journey for Bungchuk. The trail descends mostly downhill, passing through terraced rice, millet, and maize fields. Reach Bunchuk for the daily lunch. Take a local bus or private vehicle to Kathmandu, driving for about 3 hours.

Bus 3 hrs
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Altitude Kathmandu (1,400m)

Fixed Departure Dates

Note: We can run a trip for solo travelers, couple, friends and family with children. Our private trips are running everyday. If you are looking for a group joining trip please contact us.

Includes/Excludes

What's Included?
  • Government license holder experienced, trekking guide (trained in Wilderness First Aid& altitude sickness).
  • Twin sharing Home Stay Accommodation during the Village tour.
  • Full board meals, including breakfast, lunch, and Dinner, mostly local meals during the village tour.
  • Necessary Trekking permits if applicable.
  • Group medical supplies (first aid kit will be available).
  • Above the Himalayan duffel bag. ( If you also need it, please let us know before you book the trip and remind us in our pre-meeting at our office.)
  • Local transport for the trek by bus (If you want to travel by Land Cruiser or private car is available, by adding extra cost)
  • Comprehensive pre-departure information and trip dossiers.
  • Above the Himalaya Gifts (T-shirt for Gents & Pashmina shawl for Ladies, Trekking certificates)
  • Welcome/Fare well Nepali Dinner in Kathmandu.
  • All necessary paperwork, office Service charges, and all Government Taxes.
What's Excluded?
  • Any services in Kathmandu
  • Alcoholic and cold drinks
  • Personal expenses include laundry, telephone calls, sweets, snacks, beverages, and bar bills.
  • Travel Insurance
  • Personal trekking gears
  • Tips and gratitude
  • Any other expenses which are not mentioned in the Price Include section.

Essential Information - Nepal Homestay Tour

Nepal homestay tour in Jwalamukhi Village

Nepal homestay tour in this village means you will stay in the local family home. Sleep in the local homestay and eat Nepali traditional food. Jwalamukhi village is high up in the Himalayas. It lies in the Annapurna and Manaslu Mountain range. It is in mid-western Nepal at about 1500m above sea level.

The trail of the Jwalamukhi village starts from Kathmandu via Dhading Bensi. It is a drive of about 4 hours. You can watch the grazing animals on the grasslands. You will have the chance to experience different ethnic communities. You will witness Newar, Brahmin, Magar, Kami, etc., all living together.

You will notice the sun-kissed Himalayan range on the northern horizon from Mount Manaslu to Mt Annapurna. You can have a chance to understand the people’s lifestyle and traditional living. You can get used to country life. The people of the village have good hospitality behavior to their visitors. It makes your trip memorable.

During the Nepal homestay tour, you can encounter the hospitality of the village people. It will make your trip memorable.

Shreeban Nature Camp

We reached Shreban Nature Camp, located on the top of Nalang, at an altitude of 1300 meters. It offers 220 degrees of stunning panoramic view of the Himalayas. You can see Dhaulagiri, Annapurna to Langtang, Gaurishankar Himal. It is an ideal place for family outings on weekend holidays.

If you are a nature lover, Shreeban is the perfect place to be, out of the hustle and bustle of the city. It is the best place for a Nepal homestay tour. In the Shreeban Nature Camp Resort, you will have the most amazing views of the Himalayas.

Along with captivating natural views, you can find a unique mix of culture and tradition. Around 4 to 5 different ethnic communities live in the village of Nalang. People from the Newar, Brahmin, Magar, Kami, and Damai communities live here. They occupy their status and are mainly farmers.

It makes the whole region immensely rich in tradition and culture. This place is also perfect for village photography because of its irresistible scenery.

Panauti Community Nepal Homestay tour

Panauti is small on a map, but it is one of Nepal’s most culturally rich places. Thus, a homestay in Panauti is the perfect way to learn about people’s culture and traditions. Panauti is a couple of hours’ drive from Kathmandu. People refer to Panauti as a historic town as many small and big temples are here.

There are many cultural programs celebrated in Panauti. Most people of the Newari community live in Panauti. So you will get to experience Jatra and another annual festival. You can socialize with the local people and families during the homestay.

During the homestay in Panauti, you will get the local food, lodging, and beautiful scenery. Also, Panauti is the best place for Nepal homestay tours. Above the Himalayas, you can arrange a homestay where you can participate in cultural exchange.

Ghale Gaun Village Home Stay in Lamjung District

This village is a must-visit place that lies in the Lamjung district. Ghale Gaun is the perfect place for a Nepal homestay tour. This place remains untouched by technology and modernization. So, you can encounter the villager’s life. People consider Ghale Gaun to be the perfect model village in Nepal.

Ghale Gaun lies eight at the foot of the stunning Lamjung Himal. Ghale Gaun lies on the northwest side of Kathmandu at a distance of 205 km. Both domestic and international tourists love to homestay at Ghale Gaun. You can explore the culture and local lifestyle of the people living there.

You can get a spectacular view of the high mountains like Annapurna (7,219m), Annapurna II (7,937m), and Himchuli (7,893m). You can see Macchhapuchre (6,998m), Lamjung Himal (6986m), Buddha Himal (6,692m) and Manaslu peak. The people of Ghale Gaun are very welcoming and give you a homely feeling.

They will let you enjoy their traditional clothes by providing them to the tourists. They will even teach you their traditional dance and songs. Furthermore, you can be more thrilled by their local cuisine, ancient craftwork, museum, and their tradition.

Ghale Gaun homestay will provide you with the experience of a proper Nepal lifestyle. The Gurung village is a very remote yet more exciting and beautiful place to live. Along with Ghale Gaun, other towns like Nadighar and Pasagaaun provide homestay.

Nepal Homestay tour around Kathmandu.

Along with various luxurious hotels, there are several homestays in Kathmandu. The hotels in Kathmandu are very crowded, as the capital of Nepal. We will accommodate you at the homestay inside Kathmandu. You can enjoy the suburbs around the valley. Kathmandu is near beautiful trekking places like Panauti, Dhulikhel, Nomo Buddha, and Bhaktapur.

You can easily visit these places from Kathmandu. Festivals in Kathmandu are a significant attraction. There are many temples and stupas inside Kathmandu, so tourists tend to enjoy the rituals. Homestays in Kathmandu provide you with a very computable experience.

Nepal Homestay Tour around Pokhara

Pokhara is the most beautiful city in Nepal and the top spot for tourists and adventure geeks to visit. Pokhara serves some of the best Nepal homestay tours. The most famous homestay in Pokhara is the Ecovillage homestay.

There, you can encounter home-like experiences. You can get a view of the mountain from the homestay. You can wear the traditional dress of different cultures and click the picture.

Local Farm House in Gundu

The local farmhouse in Gundu is the most famous spot for Nepal homestay tours. Gundu lies on the eastern side of Kathmandu Valley. Despite being close to the Kathmandu valley, Gundu village is away from the urbanization effect. Most people of the Tamang community live in this village following Buddhism.

The structure of this village is of typical Nepal style with a few scattered houses. People from different ethical groups, like Brahmin and Chettri, live in this village. The people of Gundu village are lovely and believe in peace. The surrounding hills and peaceful environment of this village will lighten your travel.

There are hills on the three sides of this village with green forests. The remaining side will serve the best view of the crowded Bhaktapur village. On clear sky days, you can view snowy mountain peaks. During the homestay, you can explore the culture of several ethnic groups. The people in Gundu village’s main occupation is farming.

You can experience the traditional farming methods. People in Gundu are incredibly humble. They provide the best service possible to travelers. They still use the conventional way of cooking food. During your stay in Gundu village, you can have completely fresh vegetables and food. You will like your stay at Gundu homestay and enjoy the simplicity of the people living there.

Nepal homestay tour’s packing list ideas

For the best packing for Nepal, a homestay tour is better. You can check the weather before you start packing. Even if you won’t be traveling for a few weeks or months, you can check the average highs and lows to help you expect your wardrobe needs as you prepare.

Clothing and Accessories for the Nepal Homestay Tour
  • Good walking shoes, an extra pair of trainer
  • One pair of flip-flops or sandals
  • Shirts (short and long-sleeved)
  • Socks and underwear
  • Pants/shorts/jeans
  • Pajamas
  • Bathing suit
  • Cap
  • Raincoat and umbrella
  • One warm jacket for the sunrise tour.
  • Lightweight fleece or sweater if you travel in winter
  • if you travel in winter, December-February, get a warm enough jacket, sweater, coat, trousers, thermal wear, and warm socks. Woolen hat, light gloves, scarf.
Toiletries
  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste
  • Shampoo/conditioner
  • Soap
  • Deodorant
  • Hairbrush/comb
  • Sunscreen
  • Hand sanitizer
  • small medicine box
  • sunglasses
  • SPF 15 lip balm
  • Insect repellent
Money
  • ATM card ( You need to call your bank before traveling to Nepal and tell them to unblock your card.)
  • Personal credit card
  • Bring Cash of about USD 60 to pay on-arrival visa fees and for some coffee and tea at the airport lounge. You can bring small notes that are easier to exchange for your Himalayan tour.
Electronics
  • An adaptor/converter, the two-pin plug is mainly used in Nepal
  • Camera with extra batteries or charger
Official Documents
  • Passport: The passport is the most valid six months before you arrive here. Get a copy of it.
  • Few passport-size photographs for a visa and to get the local SIM card
  • A copy of the tour itinerary
  • A list of significant phone numbers
Carry-on bag

It is also a good idea to pack the following things if your checked luggage is delayed:

  • Passport
  • Money
  • Airline boarding pass
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste
  • sunglass
  • Hairbrush
  • Extra clothes
  • Medication
  • Cell phone and charger

Nepal homestay tour

Nepal’s homestay tour is getting quite popular. It simply means people converted their homes inthotelsel. The Nepali word for homestay is “Gharbas,” which means stay or live in a home. Homestay is the perfect idea for people who want to explore Nepal closely.

It is the method to observe and experience the day-to-day local life of the people in a particular place. The Nepal homestay tour will help you understand the place’s social life and civilization. Above the Himalay organizes a Nepal homestay and several other trekking experiences.

You will experience the authenticity of the proper village life in Nepal. You can also explore the aesthetic culture and traditions of people with diverse geographical locations. It is the best part about the Nepal homestay tour.

You can experience isolated remote places. You learn plenty of new things while staying in a homestay. You can join the community and share your life on a homestay.

What is a homestay?

The concept of homestays is very similar to the idea of bed and breakfast. In Nepal homestay tours, the local family accommodates tourists in their homes. The tourists live the local life. There is a saying in Nepali, ‘Atithi Devo Bhava,’ meaning guests are the God.

Therefore, locals ensure the guests’ comfort and provide the best facility possible. Nepalese people give colossal respect and honor to their guests. They are very welcoming towards tourists and teach them about their culture.

Tips for Nepal homestay tour

  • It would help if you always got travel insurance in case you have any medical crisis during your travel. In addition, you should make sure that your insurance policy covers all the adventures, such as trekking, rafting, and bungee jumping, during your stay.
  • Get your medical check-up before the travel. Do not forget to carry your medicines if you have any tropical diseases.
  • Although you do not require any fitness level but still taking, some physical training and exercise might help during this travel.
  • Always be attentive and try to make conversation with the local people in a homestay.
  • Beware while eating; do not consume stiff drinks while traveling to higher altitude places. Also, eat salads and fruits more often.
  • Always carry a water bottle with you; while drinking, ensure the water is boiled or filtered. Do not consume cold water while trekking.
  • Do not misbehave with the local people. You should not be rude to them unnecessarily and use a cuss word.

Local cultural values and etiquette

Staying with the local family and getting involved with them is the best part of the Nepal homestay tour. It would be best if you constantly communicated with the local people of the place. They will teach you their culture and traditions. While staying with any family, learning their cultural values and basic manners is crucial.

In most Nepali households, people open their footwear outside their room. Therefore, you should also know how to do that. People tend to greet each other by saying ‘Namaste.’
You will find it unique to understand the culture of Nepal households.

Manage your budget

Managing finance before any tour is quite a task. The cost of a Nepal homestay tour depends on how much you spend your time there. You should be aware before spending every penny. The cost of homestay is not that expensive. Villages in Nepal are very cheap, so you only need to pay a little for food and accommodation.

Above the Himalayas will inform you of your housing cost during your placement. You need to pay if you wish to buy any personal commodity. Suppose you need a guide and porter, then you must pay them. In addition, you should do the visa and flight payout yourself. Furthermore, tipping, extra transportation, and extra food are also on you.

Privacy

Generally, privacy needs to be treated better in Nepal households. People in Nepal homestay tours stay close to their family members. They even have close quarters with one another. The houses of the villagers are also very near to each other. Your host will be around you usually.

You can take them to them if you have any problems during your stay. You can have your alone time when you are in your room. Nepalese people believe in sharing everything with family. Moreover, you can tell them if you want some privacy.

Historical Importance of Dhola Village at Jwalamukhi

Gadi Dando of the Dhola rural development committee had historical importance when the Ghale rulers ruled this place around 1445 AD (1500 BS). Historical records depict the existence of vernacular identity. You can find it in brick, copper coins, and stone states. Three forts were known as the residential places of Ghale rulers.

Drabya Shah founded the Gurkha Kingdom during the reign of his son Purna Shah. He won over the Salyan Kingdom in 1570 AD(1627 BS). Later on, the Gorkha Kingdom became stronger one after another. The kingdom started to victory over the Khari, Maidi, Dhading, and Charahe Kingdoms ruled by Ghale rulers.

After the triumph of Khari, there was a terrible fight between the Gorkha and Maile. The following historical statements can prove it:

“The troops of Gorkha won the battle with the Khari Kingdom. They took all their weapons and fought against the Maili armies. There was a massive fight between the armies of Gorkha and Maili. Thousands of troops were killed and badly injured. Then, the Gorkha soldiers started to cut the heads of their enemies with the help of Gorkha knives. Finally, the Gorkha Kingdom won over the Maile Kingdoms, though they were stronger than Gorkha. As the king of Gorkha, Puran Shas thanked his troops for winning the battle against his enemies. At that time, Dhola was part of the Maili kingdom. Later on, those places split into separate domains due to the increase in population.”

Its History

The period between 879 and 1769 AD (936 to 1826 BC) is known as the medieval age. There was a vast population of Mongolian communities. Magars, Gurungs, and Ghale lived in the hilly areas of Nepal around 387 AD (444 BC).

In the meantime, Ghale rulers ruled places such as Khari, Maidi, Ramkot, Dhuwakot, Charange, etc., in the Dhading district. We can find the historical record that Ghale rulers ruled those places till 1443 AD (1500 BC). We can see evidence that Dhola was the capital of the Maidi kingdom during the reign of the Ghale rulers.

According to the resident, Mr. Bishnu Lal Shrestha, the main entrance to Maidi kingdom was Dare Guada. He has protected the copper coins and other materials to justify his statements. Ghale rulers had chosen Dare Gauda as the main entrance because it is located on a top hill to protect the kingdom. On the other hand, Ghale rulers decided to visit this place to see the fantastic view of the Himalayas.

Most Asked Questions by Travellers

In most of the homestays in Nepal, people struggle with the language. Since people in villages are uneducated, they might need help speaking another language. But now, various organizations provide English-speaking classes. So, more people in the town can talk and understand basic English.

Most Nepali people can understand and speak a bit of Hindi. Besides this, you might have to hire a mediator if you speak any other language besides English and Hindi. You can at least have a basic conversation with the host in the English language.

Hosts can also show and explain them around their house and town. In most homestays, at least one family member can speak and understand neigh properly. Children in most places can speak English so that you can converse with them.

Housing depends on your placement of homestays. There are two types of homestay in Nepal: Private and community. If you want a homestay where you will be in the care of a single family, you should choose a private homestay. However, suppose you wish to stay with a different community member.

Then, it would help if you chose a community homestay. Private Homestays are for the people who want to avoid the crowd. Most people visiting Nepal prefer staying in the community to private homestays. You can communicate with more people. You can learn more about the place in the community homestay.

Homestays are the best option if you want to explore the local life. You can get the best access to the information about the place from the people there. Generally, people hire a guide to get information about them while traveling. However, a guide will give you less information about the place than the local people.

Nowadays, more people have been allowed homestays in villages. They respect their guest and make sure they have the best experience. You feel homely after returning from the walking and adventure all day long.

Most people visiting Nepal need clarification about where to stay, whether a homestay or a hotel. Generally, while visiting new places, we spend plenty of time searching for similar hotels in all locations. Therefore, it needs to make more sense to travel. People need to remember the much more preferable option, homestay.

Homestay is a significantly more enjoyable and lively experience. Hotels can serve you lavish facilities. But homestay will give you life experiences and memories. Staying in a homestay is arduous, but you learn to compromise and settle down.

Homestays are generally not built to compete with high-standard hotels. Their primary purpose is to provide a homely experience.

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James Brady
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Best homestay trekking ever
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We have booked our trek with Above the Himalayan Trekking. We follow excellent reviews on the internet. We had a beautiful and informative initial contact with Puru. He gave us good options as first-time visitors to Nepal and first-time trekkers.

Puru recommended the Nepal homestay tour for a 3 -4 day trek, a less traveled trail close to Kathmandu. This plan met our need for close contact with the mountain locals company. They provided excellent pre-trek advice (although we took too much gear!).

Pick up from the airport and efficient transit to Yak and Yeti hotel. Puru took us out for a cultural dinner. It was (lovely touch) and gave us a final opportunity to ask questions about the trek. We also had an English-speaking guide plus a driver for a day out in Kathmandu, which was excellent.

We covered all the main sights, and the guide was very knowledgeable. It was an enjoyable trek – I recommend a Homestay tour to experience the ‘real Nepal.’ It is rather than a commercial trek packed with tourists. But given, the facilities are fundamental. The views are spectacular, and our guide caters to all options and areas).

Our guide and porter looked after us as if we were family. At every lodge, they made sure we had everything we needed. They always invited us to eat in the kitchen while other tourists ate in the dining area. We get insight into mountain life, which was what we were after.

The itinerary was suitable, with a good balance of walking time, rest for lunch, and time to relax in the evenings. Nice feel to this company. Puru is reliable, efficient, and professional; we would travel with them again.

James Brady
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Carol Jonen & Jim Jonen
USA
Nepal homestay tour with best tour company
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We have nothing but praise for Puru for arranging a Nepal homestay tour for us. He put our month-long trip accommodation for all our requests with efficiency and attention to every detail. The visit to his home villages of Pursuk was the highlight of our stay. The people were warm and very friendly. We felt so welcome and saw real Nepalese life.

Our guide, Dhurba Bista, and Our Porter, Basu Duwadi, were always courteous and friendly. We are in our 60s, and they were both most patient and helpful. At the end of our trek, we regarded them as our Nepali Sons!

Thanks, Puru, for a fantastic vacation
Carol Jonen & Jim Jonen

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Fred P
Belgium
Best homestay tour
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Puru was a perfect organizer of the Nepal homestay tour for our family. He arranges a trek in the village, which is incredible. Our guide, Basu, was excellent. We have been one night at his house, and it was the festival of Tihar.

They welcomed us like a family. The walk around his village is so lovely, and the Sherban Nature Camp on the road was also one of our best memories in Népal.

The Jeep and the team’s driver, Puru, were pro and excellent.

Thanks so much for this incredible experience.
Fred P

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Stian Bragtvedt
Norway
Best homestay in Jwalamukhi Village
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Hi Puru, I am Stian Bragtvedt, a journalist from Norway who has been on a Nepal homestay tour with Puru in the Dhading district.

Puru is a very knowledgeable guide and has good English skills. Due to Purus’s extensive knowledge of geography and the people of Nepal, the trek was a great success. I heartily recommend Puru to anyone considering trekking and Nepal homestay tours.

Stian Bragtvedt

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