Nepal is one of the richest countries in the world in terms of natural beauty due to its unique. The elevation of the country ranges from 60m above sea all within a distance of 150km with climatic conditions ranging from sub tropical to arctic. The wild variation fosters an incredible variety of ecosystems, the greatest mountain range on earth, thick tropical jungles teeming with a wealth of wildlife, thundering rivers, forested hills and frozen valleys.
Within this spectacular geography are some of the richest cultures of Himalayan heritage. Nepal, home of Mt Everest, is also home of some 23.1millon people belonging to 101 ethnic groups who speak over 92 different languages, most living rural lives in their own little worlds, along the length of the Himalayas. The best way to explore The exotic Himalayan nature and culture of Nepal is by walking through these village and meeting the charming people, as the great Swiss Geologist Tony Hagen did in the 1950s, before Nepal even opened its doors to the outside world.
We invite you to meet the lovely people of rural Nepal, share a meal with them, stay at their house as family guests, taste their local drink and see them carry on with life graciously. In addition, to the heartwarming hospitality, you will also witness some of the most spectacular views of the mountain landscapes or heritage sites along the way. visit rural Nepal to know the real Nepal visit to this rural parts of Nepal, not only takes you through pristine landscapes and colorful mountain cultures, but it also gives you a chance to educate and empower the local community and be a part of their development process. Money spent in these areas contributes directly to the local livelihood. In the 1950s, Nepal opened its doors to tourists, and has received millions of visitors since then. However, much of Nepal is still the Shangri-La that travelers long to experience. Therefore, with the aim of showing new area and promoting and developing indigenous people and culture, a new approach to tourism, based on sustainable development has initiated by Nepal. Community-based tourism is also being initiated in other parts of South Asia as a tool for sustainable development. In Nepal rural tourism has been pioneered by Tourism for Rural Poverty Alleviation programme(UNDP/TRPAP) aiming to help alleviate poverty through sustainable and responsible tourism.
We are pleased to extend our warm hospitality and hope your stay in Nepal is a memorable one. If you have any queries or comments, please feel free to contact us at the Nepal Tourism Board. We recommend that tourists avail services from registered agencies only.