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Cultural exchange volunteer


homestay volunteer in nepal

Home stay management and cultural exchange programs
In Nepal the general concept of tourism is changing .Government is aiming developing the main culturally, naturally, historically important villages as village tourism centers. In those villages there is facility of home stay. They have full filled the basic tourist standard as coded by the government. In Nepal this concept of village tourism is new.
If you have had been in any home stay places all round the globe ,you best experience can be used to enhance the quality of village tourism here in Nepal. This program will be mile stone to help develop village tourism in Nepal. We can give trainings on hygienic management, cooking, cultural preservation etc.We are looking ahead to take you in the famous home stay destinations of the country.
Ghale Gaun village the best village among south asian villages is the perfect example of home stay based tourism destination in Nepal which is situated at an altitude of 2070 m from sea level which belongs to warrior ethnic Gurung tribe. This beautiful village lies in along the round Annapurna circuit route a whole worlds as well as Nepal’s a popular trekking destination. Most of the mens serve in military groups in Nepal army, Indian army, British army as well as police services and besides that main occupation is agriculture and animal husbandry. The total houses are about 115 and majority inhabitants are Gurungs. This majestic village is only 205 km northwest of Kathmandu and 125 km northeast of Pokhara.
The rustic and traditional settlements, the ancestral home of brave Gurungs Ghale gaun lies in the Ghale utterkanya Village development committee. The lane of roads are stone paved and clean. One can feel peace and harmony when one will be there. These days everyone is praising the place and also in these few years Ghalegaun has developed tremendously and the home stay. It has attracted many foreign as well as the domestic visitors. Ghale women normally wear blue and red attire, called ghalek and lungi and men were kachad, bakchu etc.