Homestay Trek in Nepal: Map, Cost and Itinerary

Nepal is a gifted nation of geographical wonders and cultural amazement. Home of 7 of the 14 eight-thousander peaks, trekking is one of the most sought adventure travels in Nepal. The uneven terrains, high rising mountains, remote valleys and ethnic cultures make every trek experience an intriguing one.

Why Homestay?

A typical mud hut in the hills of Nepal
A typical mud hut in the hills of Nepal

Homestay trek is custom designed to cater those tourists who wish to travel the authentic Nepalese villages and meet ethnic inhabitants. During the trip, one gets to spend a quality time in the village itself; lodging in a typical Nepalese home and eating delicious local cuisines. The greater idea of home-stay is to promote the regional and remote destinations of Nepal where accessibility to modern amenities, education and employment is scarce. Even, tourists get to experience the cultural and gastronomic riches of a geographically smaller nation.

It is a unique opportunity to learn about traditional Nepalese practices, mingle with locals, exchanges the culture and to promotes the eco-tourism in the region.


Trekking in the hills and northern region of Nepal can mostly be done during 2 different seasons; Pre-monsoon (March-June) and Post-monsoon (September-November). The weather is generally clear with rare chances of rain or snowfall during pre-monsoon and during post-monsoon the days remain warmer and the nights colder.


Day 01: Kathmandu day tour
Day 02: Drive from Kathmandu to Manakamana (Visit Manakamana Temple)
Day 03: Trek to Bungkot Village
Day 04: Trek to Budi Gandaki River and old Settlement of the Bungkot Ghat. Hike to Namjung Village for Overnight
Day 05: Trek to Phujel Village
Day 06: Trek to Bhujel Bhagwati Than and Bateshe
Day 07: Trek to Tanglichok, Ghairung and Dharche village
Day 08: Trek to Gorkha Bazaar
Day 09: Day visit to Gorkha Darbar
Day 10: Drive back from Gorkha to Kathmandu




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