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Village / Home Stay Tour
Do you want to experience the real Nepal, living in and interacting with local people and families instead of the sometimes faceless hotel experience, if the answer is yes then a Village/Homestay tour is for you.
Village/ Homestay tours are for those travellers wanting to experience staying within a Nepalese household receiving personal attention from their hosts and experiencing Nepal in its truest sense. This type of tour offers you informality and local knowledge and offers an insight into the culture, traditions, history and everyday life of a Nepalese family. What’s more, guests get the chance to enjoy authentic Nepalese food at its very best - home cooked.  
Nepal is renowned for its cultural and natural diversity. With hundreds of different languages, everything from style of dress to architecture changes from cities to cities and villages to villages. A local insight is not just a luxury, it is essential to getting the most out of this extraordinary country. That is what makes a Homestay so ideal for tourists: the sights, smells, tastes and traditions of India are experienced rather than just watched, lived rather than observed. 
A Homestay isn’t simply somewhere to stay; many Homestays offer a range of activities which give guests the unique opportunity to experience the specific culture of the area. With everything that Homestays have to offer, they aren’t just a base from which to spend a few days exploring the local area, they are a holiday destination in themselves. 
Additionally, with the globalization of the village tourism, many countries, including Nepal, have been promoting beautiful villages as destinations for village tourism. Throughout the world, village tourism has been identified as an important tool to alleviate poverty in rural areas. Visitors visiting the area not only consume the locally grown products but also buy local handicrafts as souvenirs. This provides villagers with alternative source of income apart from the traditional farming, which will in turn help alleviate poverty thereby lifting the living standards of the locals. 


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