Home stay Trek in Nepal

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Home stay Tour in Nepal
Home stay Tour in Nepal
Home stay Tour in Nepal

Home stay Trek in Nepal is designed for those people, who want to explore their holidays with real villagers of remote part of Nepal. Visitors are requested to act as respectful guests. This means being home by 10:00 PM, not bringing guests into the house without the families permission, not engaging in illegal activities on the family property, keeping the area clean, etc.

The Home stay program allows visitors to Nepal to stay with Nepalese family. The Home stay participant lives with the family -- sleeping in a Nepali home, taking their meals with the family, and maybe even touring the city or celebrating a holiday or birthday with them. The program provides a unique opportunity to learn about Nepali culture, make new friends and extended family, and provide direct assistance to the Nepali people, many of whom are saving for their children future education.

The program is designed and managed by the Eco-friendly Nepal (ECON) to generate funds for this nonprofit making social organization. ECON keeps a file of families that have extra space in their homes, and would like to rent them to visitors to Nepal. We have information about the number of bedrooms, bathrooms, family members, and even smoking and vegetarian preferences.

The price varies by the family (depending on the home), but most homes are about USD9 to USD12 a day (this includes 2 meals).

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