Whether you are in the southern jungles of Nepal, the cultural valleys or high in the mountains, taking a village tour will show you what traditional life in Nepal today is like. It is a fascinating opportunity to discover Nepal through local people themselves.
Village tour gives one the exceptional occasion to enjoy authentic Nepal experience. Inspiring as well as educating, village tour is an opportunity to understand roots of the culture, customs, practices, and lifestyle of Nepali people.
More than 75 percent of Nepal’s population is dependent upon agriculture, farming, animal husbandry, and fishing, which makes sense that the majority of the Nepal’s population live in villages.
Guests may learn many things from the people of the village; about the time and season of cultivation and collection, comprising indigenous skills to make the most use of natural resources, how to become nature-friendly, and most of all how to find joy within the simple means of rural life.
Community homestays are available in certain trekking regions to facilitate visitors to enjoy village life. In addition to giving the visitor a peek into the rural Nepal life, some of these also include cultural programs, indigenous songs and dances performed by local youth, something visitors always look forward to.
Source: Nepal Tourism Board