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September 15, 2019

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Homestay trekking facilitates the local families to earn by working at their homes, and at the same time allows tourists to enjoy the hospitality of the local people.

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Nepal’s diverse population with equally varying traditional and cultural approaches can best be explored with trekking. Interaction with the local population through community homestay to learn about their lifestyle and enjoy age old traditions best fits the equation when travelers can live together with the local people. Homestay tourism is best suited for this purpose.
Due to close connection with the local population, visitors get a better insight of the local livelihood and often become ambassadors of the place to welcome other visitors from their country. This kind of plan is also suitable for backpackers as they can explore more of the Himalayan country with limited budget as fooding, and lodging is relatively cheaper in homestays. This also promotes the use of local resources and forms a major element of eco-tourism.

Community Homestay or Private Homestay?

Community homestay and private homestays are two forms adopted in Nepal which represent the usage of either the community building or private houses to provide shelter. Normally, bed and breakfast are provided in homestays, with meals upon request. Meals are prepared from locally available vegetables and livestock.

Homestay trekking facilitates the local families to earn by working at their homes, and at the same time allows tourists to enjoy the hospitality of the local people while learning and exchanging cultural elements.
Sirubari in Syangja and Ghalegaon in Lamjung were the first places to start this kind of approach to trekking.

Later, other places like Kathmandu, Kavrepalanchow, Chitwan, Makwanpur, Gorkha, Ilam, Palpa, Kailali, Kalikot, and Nuwakot started to facilitate visitors with homestays.

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