Home Stay In Nepal
Home stay trekking is a new model of tourism in Nepal Himalayas and it is attractive way to welcome foreigners in Nepal Himalayas to introduce Nepal and Nepalese culture in the World. The program is generated by the Government of Nepal in the Nepal Tourism Year 2011. This is another way of tourism industries to group up in the small Himalayan country and the each client can be an ambassador of their country for publicity of Nepal and its tourism industries.
Home stay in Nepal is an excellent activity to share, see and feel the lifestyle, local culture, countryside lifestyle, tradition, arts and entertainment, hidden trails and valleys and above all the sharing, caring and loving the true humanity. Home stay is one of the most popular kinds of bed and breakfast with the typical Nepali family. Nepal is not that developed to provide all the facilities in mountains region as home stay concept should be ideal for Nepal Tourism and it is focused for backpackers who can save their budget and explore more.
During home stay in Nepal Himalayas, you will get local lodging, local food and local lifestyle in the manner of touristic way but the focus is on supporting in eco-tourism, raise the income of locals from more presence of tourists and respect their culture and religion.
Sirubari (Syangja District, west Nepal) and Ghalegaon (Lamjung District, north-central Nepal) were the first to implement the concept of homestays which actually was an offshoot of efforts to develop village tourism by the government. Now, there are quite a few registered commercial homestay homes. Kathmandu, too, has more than 10 community-based and two private homestay homes with a combined capacity to accommodate over 300 tourists. Kavrepalanchok has over 26 registered community-based homestay homes. Similarly, Chitwan has at least 10, Makwanpur has 11 Nuwakot has twelve. Gorkha, Ilam, Palpa, Syangja, Kailali and Kalikot too are following close on their heels in registering homestay homes. Living in a Nepali homestay in a village is a quick way to know the real Nepal. And, the planned daily cultural activities at almost all Nepal homestays should certainly be a major attraction for tourists