Nepal Home Stay trek is one of the outstanding experiences with friendly People, magnificent geography, unique culture with few days. Home stay based Trekking is a kind of opportunity to explore real Nepalese rural life and socialize with local people. In this trekking you would be taken to well manage villages which are out of touch with urban life. Living with the people of Nepal adopting their culture and lifestyle turns out to be one of the worthy decision and overwhelming experience. Your accommodation is in home of villagers. You stay there as a family member and eat together what they produce in their farm. Trekking through beautiful valley, waterfall, panoramic view of great Himalayas and certain days home stay with traditional Nepali family is just perfect way to experience Nepal like common Nepalese.

The friendly and hearty behavior of the family members gives you a different experience that you have never enjoyed before. More than 60 different culture and 125 of spoken local languages turns the land of Himalayas rich in costumes, belief and tradition. Nepal is completely different world once you are out of cities. The lifestyle, way of thinking, way of doing things, patients in people, handwork are the chapters in Nepal where you can never compare this things with other- Simply inspiring journey. Villagers continue their daily normal works and guests enjoy participating in the village activities. In this tour you will be observing the real Nepalese cultural tradition from the closest quarter and intermingle with the locals. One more important thing is any expenses made by you directly contribute to the welfare of the local community which ultimately gives you the high sense of satisfaction. This trek offers the panoramic views of Annapurna ranges, Manaslu ranges, Ganesh Himal ranges. Dont miss to do it once than after unforgettable memory for your life.

Fitness Level : Easy Max-Altitude : 1400m.
Duration : 13 Group Size :1-10
Best Season : Nepal for all Season (Any Time)

 Itinerary Outline

Day 1 :Arrival to Kathmandu and Transfer to Home stay with family

Day 2 : Guided Sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley

Day 3 :Drive to Fishling 4hrs./Trek to Bhimlichok 1652m./4hrs.

Day 4 :Trek to Ghairung Village 7hrs.

Day 5 :Trek to Gorkha Bazaar 1135m./5hrs.

Day 6 :Explore Gorkha Historical palace.

Day 7 : Trek to Siran Danda 1900m./6-7hrs.

Day 8 :Trek to Barpak Village 1920m./7hrs.

Day 9 :Trek to Laprak Village 2100m./6hrs.

Day 10 :Trek to Machhakhola 750m./6hrs.

Day 11 :Trek to Arughat 570m./6-7hrs.

Day 12 :Drive to Kathmandu 6-7hrs.

Day 13 :Departure


Himalaya Family provide the accommodations during the trek are on twin sharing basis with inclusive cost and are chosen based on standard of hygiene food and suitable location. Most of the Lodges has clean rooms and separate Bathrooms. We will use small lodge during the trek and 2/3 star category Hotel in Kathmandu and Pokhara. We also provide 3/4/5 star hotel on your request.


We will provide the Food on full board basis will be served during the trek in the mountains. Three meals in a day (Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner) will be served from the the lodge. The dinner and breakfast will be served in the same lodge we spend the night. Lunch will be taken on the way to destination at a tea houses. Breakfasts will be served in Kathmandu as well. Most of the lodges has the food menu, Our Guide will suggest you the organic and hygienic local meal.

Day 1 : Arrival to Kathmandu and Transfer to Home stay with family
When you arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), our company representative will welcome you and drive towards the designated hotel. After a rest for a while, we will give a short briefing about our program and you will be provided with a Typical Nepali welcome Dinner in the evening.

Day 2 : Guided Sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley
Next day, we provide sightseeing guided by an expert to visit many beautiful places listed in the UNESCO heritage sites such as the Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Swoyambhunath Stupa, Durbar Square and many more.

Day 3 : Drive to Fishling 4hrs./Trek to Bhimlichok 1652m./4hrs.
Todat you will drive to Fishling on the Prithvi Highway about 4 hours and trek to Bhumlichok village through the local village uphill. it takes about 4 hours by normal walk. After arriving bhumlichok, you will be welcoming by local villagers and provide you room and food. Amazing mountain scenery can be seen from Bhumlichok, west Dhaulagiri to east Gaurishanker, including Mt. Manaslu Himal range, Ghanesh Himal, Langtang Himal range many more. Overnight at home stay.

Day 4 : Trek to Ghairung Village 7hrs.
After Breakfast an Bhumlichok, you will start your trek to Ghairung village with the beautiful up n down (Nepali flat) via Tanglichok. Overnight at home stay.

Day 5 : Trek to Gorkha Bazaar 1135m./5hrs.
From Ghairung, the trek progresses toward the historic place called Bungkot – the birthplace of Nepal’s first martyr Lakhan Thapa. Apart from the historical attraction, another attraction in the village is the Lakhan Thapa Memorial Park. The park houses a bust of martyr Lakhan Thapa. It also has historical artifacts like swords of Lakhan Thapa and a stone spout. Locals are preserving these historical attractions on their own without expected external assistance. Magars are the dominant population in this village. Bungkot offers home stay facility and serve good food using locally grown organic products. An easy walk of about 1.5 hrs from Bungkot, takes us to Gorkha Bazaar – the district headquarters of Gorkha district. Here, visitors have several options for accommodation, ranging from star to budget hotels.

Day 6 : Explore Gorkha Historical palace.
Today, you can explore the old historical city of Gorkha. a) Gorkha Palace The historical Gorkha palace from where King Prithvi Narayan Shah started unification of modern Nepal lies about 1,000 ft above Gorkha Bazaar. The palace dominates the surroundings and is visible from all surrounding areas. It also offers visitors with fantastic views of green valleys and the Himalayan panorama. The palace also rich in terms of medieval architecture. b) Gorkhanath Cave The cave of Gorakhnath is situated about 10 meters below the palace. The cave is believed to be the shelter of Gorakhanath Baba (a great sage) after whom the district gets its name. The sage is believed to have been the guide of Shah dynasty. It is because of his guidance and blessing that the Shah dynasty could unify small principalities into modern Nepal. c) Gorkha Museum Gorkha Museum is situated at Gorkha bazaar. It has a wide range of artifacts and personal belongings of King Prithvi Narayan Shah along with his 52 feet long chino (birth details). Apart from these collections, it has also on display ancient art, sculptures, coins and several other articles of historical significance.

Day 7 : Trek to Siran Danda 1900m./6-7hrs.
A drive of about 6-7 hours from Gorkha Bazaar takes us to a village called Bhachek. The drive is a unique experience in itself as it passes through narrow and curvy mountain roads overlooking the Daraundi River. An easy hike of about an hour from Ghachek takes us to Sirandanda. Situated at an altitude of 1900 meters, Siran Danda (which means hilltop in Nepal) is true to its name as it sits on top of a small hill. It is inhabited by Hyolmo people. Major attractions in Sirandanda are: Nagepokhari, Dudhpokhari, Bhot dodar, Chima, Dharadi and a tea garden. It also offers a magnificent view of sunrise and the Manaslu range. The village has a rich diversity of medicinal herbs like nirmasi, jedamasi, jatamasi, rato unyu, yarsagumba and satuwa among others. Home stay facility is available in the village. Agriculture produce of the village is organic potato and unprocessed tea leaves. Despite having tremendous potential, Sirandanda is struggling to find its place in the country’s tourism map.

Day 8 : Trek to Barpak Village 1920m./7hrs.
A walk of about 1.5 hrs toward northeast from Sirandanda takes us to Mathar village (1790m). An easy walk for about 1.5 km from Matha takes us to Ghyachowk for our lunch. Though no hotels are available in the area, we can ask locals to prepare lunch. After a trek of around 4.5 hrs after lunch through Dewalsara, Sum River, Daraudi River, Goje and Alagang, takes us to the Barpak village (1920m). Barpak, mostly inhabited by ex-army men, is also popular as the village of Late Capt. Gaje Ghale – the recipient of the famous Victoria Cross medal. Gurung and Ghale people are the dominant population here. The village has all basic amenities like round the clock electricity, Internet facility, medical service and a few hotels. Regular bus service to Kathmandu is available from the village except during monsoon. Clustered stone-roofed houses, stone built narrow alleys and panoramic view of Buddha Himal are the major attractions of Barpak. For accommodation, the village offers well organized home stay facility along with standard hotels. Barpak has gained many national and international acclaims. The village was nominated as a unique destination in Nepal for Nepal Tourism Year 2011. It has hosted a number of prominent personalities like former chancellor of Germany Dr Roman Herzog.

Day 9 : Trek to Laprak Village 2100m./6hrs.
A walk from about six hours from Barpak via Basukang – a junction that also leads to Rupina La Pass, which is popular among Manaslu trekkers -- takes us to the beautiful Laprak village (2100m). The village lies in a landslide vulnerable zone. The landslide in 1999 had swept away houses and about 12 hectares of cultivable land. Since then, the villagers have been living in constant fear, especially during monsoon. Unlike other villages in Nepal, this single village forms the entire Laprak Village Development Committee (VDC). All nine wards of Laprak VDC are clustered tougher in this village. Temperature in the village is warm and cool from April to October. The weather becomes cold from November to March. Massive snowfalls occur in the village during this time of year. This typical Gurung village is also a popular stopover for the Manaslu trekkers. There are 2 hotels in the village, which is accessible from Tatopani in the east and Gumda village in the south. The village is the birthplace of late Iman Singh Gurung – the first person from the Gurung community from western Nepal to summit Mt Everest. Most of the villagers are engaged in tourism business and few of them have also earned international recognition.

Day 10 : Trek to Machhakhola 750m./6hrs.
After Breakfast at Laprak, you will trek down to Machhakhola with the step downhills through the local villages, mountain terrace. Machhakhola is located at the bank of Budhi Gandaki river which is the popular and regular trail to Manaslu. You will find fresh fish for your dinner, there are few lodges are available with hot shower and WIFI.

Day 11 : Trek to Arughat 570m./6-7hrs.
Today, our trek followe the southwest bank of Budhi Gandaki river. This walk offers amazing views of river, rice fields, local farms, villages to Arught. Arught, old trade center. It is small town where you can find most of your needs. Overnight at small lodge.

Day 12 : Drive to Kathmandu 6-7hrs.
After Breakfast at Arught, you will drive to Kathmandu via Dhadingbesi. It takes about 6 hour to reak Kathmandu. Overnight at our Home stay.

Day 13 : Departure
So, Today is the last day in Nepal for this tour, Our representative will take you to Tribhuvan International Airport by tourist vehicle. Wishing you safe journey back to onward destination and waiting for your next visit. Bye Bye.. Naturally Nepal, Once is not enough. Come as a tourist, stay as a Family and go as a Friend.

Cost Include

Airport picks up and drops by tourist car

Welcome dinner at typical Nepali Restaurant

Guided sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley by tourist vehicle

3 Nights accommodation in Kathmandu with Breakfast

One English Speaking Govt. License holder Trekking Guide

Trekking Permit and TIMS permit

Trekking Porters (2 clients = 1 Porter)

3 meals a day (Nepali food)

First Aid Kit and Trekking Duffel Bag for Porters

Home stay accommodation during the trek

All necessary land transport by tourist vehicles

Nepali staff salary, food, accommodation, Insurance, equipments.

Sleeping Bags and Down Jacket (to be return after trek)

Government Taxes and paper works.


Cost Exclude

International air fare and Nepal Visa Fee

Food in Kathmandu accept Breakfast

Personal expenses: (Laundry, phone calls, dry foods, cold drinks, Bar bills)

Temple/Monastery entrance fees

Extra night of Accommodation and extra days of trek

Travel Insurance and rescue flights

Late arrival and late departure extra night

Additional activities (Safari-Bungee-Paragliding-Rafting and so on...)

Tipping to Nepali staff (Guide and Porters)

International air fare and Nepal Visa Fee

Food in Kathmandu accept Breakfast

Personal expenses: (Laundry, phone calls, dry foods, cold drinks, Bar bills)

Temple/Monastery entrance fees

Extra night of Accommodation and extra days of trek

Travel Insurance and rescue flights

Late arrival and late departure extra night

Additional activities (Safari-Bungee-Paragliding-Rafting and so on...)

Tipping to Nepali staff (Guide and Porters)

Above itinerary can be customized as per our guest specific requirements and can make shorter or longer. We are very flexible to update.