There’s a saying in Nepal, “Athithi Devo Bhava” (Sanskrit word), which means “the guest is God”. Nowadays some visitors and trekkers who travel in Nepal they are looking for truly Nepalese people’s hospitality neither staying in start hotels which never get to experience of Nepalese cultures and religion.
You might be tired of city life after all you are living in concrete jungles. We are suggesting why homestay in Nepal is better, it depends on your travel style but let you know the benefits of homestay in Nepal Nepal.
Benefits of Home stays
- Typical and Traditional Accommodations. There’s no better way to experience the incredibly diversity and charm of Nepal than at a home stay. The options are include City houses, and remote rural typical cottages.
- Personalized Service— In contrast to a hotel, a home stay usually only has a few rooms. The family who resides there runs it, and acts as host. This guarantees that guests receive plenty of individual attention. You can spend as little or as much time with the host family as you like. Some guests choose only to dine with them, while others spend hours chatting to them. Regardless, staying with a Nepalese family is the easiest way of finding out about Nepalese culture and way of life. Many guests and hosts find that they bond with each other so much, that they keep in touch long after the vacation is over.
- Local Knowledge— The wealth of information that the hosts have about their local area makes deciding what to see. Such local knowledge is extremely helpful in getting the most from your visit. Many hosts are delighted to show their guests around their local area, providing them with invaluable insights that simply aren’t available from a guide book.
- Home Cooked Food— There’s a huge difference between the Nepalese food served in restaurants and hotels, and the food that’s cooked in Nepalese home. By staying at a homestay, you’ll be able to taste authentic Nepali home cooked food, made to order. It’s a lot lighter, and has more variation and flavor than restaurant food. Homestays even welcome their guests into their kitchen, and let them watch and participate in the cooking process.
- Unique Activities— As a guest at a homestay, the focus is on you, and your likes and preferences. The hosts are usually very accommodating and will put a great deal of effort into arranging activities that are of interest to you. These activities will vary depending on location. Guests are often invited to attend weddings, or other festivals that are happening, as well.
Staying at a homestay in Nepal is all about immersing yourself in Nepal, rather skimming over it on the tourist trail.