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Village Tour in Nepal

Village tour in Nepal fascinated with 36000 settlements of beehive blocks, clustered, dispersed and lonelier houses of thatch, slate, steel, wood and tile roofs. Nepal's small and big villages contain 5 to 200 homes for single and joint families. Fifty-eight per cent of people live in the countryside in farming, animal husbandry, teaching, mountaineering, and tourism business. Rural tradition, culture, religion, dress, cuisine, and festivals are remarkable in the mountains. The villagers are most friendly, easygoing and egalitarian, such as Gurung, Magar, Brahmin, Chhetri, Tamang, Tharu, Thakali, Kami, Sarki, and Sherpa. 

Village tour in Nepal is exciting to glimpse green hills, snow-capped mountains and terraced fields and experience local foods. Hilly Region consists of unique temperatures without cold or hot for the whole season. Tourists learn about the farmer's lifestyle, hardworking and unique culture. External and internal tourists spend overnight at homestay villages. Rice is planted in the monsoon and harvested in October-November. Most of the villages have connected roads and walking paths. Community and other forests preserve water, animal fodder, timber, firewood, and herbs. People celebrate wedding ceremonies, festivals, and funerals. 

Local people use seasonal fruits, organic food, spring water, rice flour bread, rice, and millet wine. Nepalese tomtom and cymbal play in the cultural show. Nowadays, villages maintain a cow farm, health post, cooperative bank and free schools. Most Nepalese do arrange marriage with Panche Baja. The must-see village tour in Nepal suggests Ghalegaon (Lamjung), Briddim (Rasuwa), Sirubari (Syangja), Namje (Dhankuta), Ghandrung (Kaski), Marpha (Mustang), Barpak (Gorkha), Chitlang (Makwanpur), Lwang village (Kaski, Mardi Himal trek route), Tanahunsur (Tanahu), Ranagaun (Doti), Salang (Dhading), Chepang village (Chitwan), Tharu homestay villages, Amaltari (Nawalparasi), Dalla (Bardia) and alpine villages (above 4000 m), Namche Bazaar in Everest, and Chharka in Dolpo. Homestay villages for a family business are supporting sustainable tourism development in Nepal. 

Travellers can enjoy a rural lifestyle with organic foods and drinks in a multi-racial, multi-lingual and plural cultural society for 142 ethnic and caste groups who believe in village shamans. Nepal village tour suggests without negative impact on the local culture and tradition. Most of the villages lack paved roads and modern technologies. The villages are linked to cities by local bus and jeep. Additional village tour information is below.

Village Tour in Nepal Package

Sirubari Village Syangja
Trip Cost: USD 650

Sirubari village tour

Duration: 9 Days
Best Time: September to May
Altitude: 1680 m
Trip Cost: 650

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Ghale Gaun village tour
Trip Cost: USD 350

Ghale Gaun village tour

Duration: 5 Days
Grade of trip: medium
Mountain Views: Annapurna
Trip Cost: 350

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Namje village tour

Namje Village


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