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Trip FactsProgram Duration: 11 days | Program Type: Camping / Local house | Minimum Pax: 2+ | Mode of Travel: Camping Trekking | Trek Start: Chitwan | Trek End: Kathmandu | Trip Grade:
Nepal is a country with majority of villages and rural areas Village tourism is a concept of promoting tourism in a sustainable manner using the resources available with minimum uses of external infrastructures. In Nepal there are many villages with unique features which have been prompted as ideal destinations for village tourism. This provides villagers with alternative source of income apart from the traditional farming, which will in turn help alleviate poverty thereby lifting the living standards of the locals. Chepangs are the ethnic groups who still have a lifestyle of the 17th century and reside in jungles completely isolated with the outer world, living in the South-western hills of Nepal. With the development of infrastructures and communication the Chepangs are slowly participating in the mainstream of the country. The trek is based on the concept of home stay and hospitality of the Chepangs is much liked by the people who have visited this place.
Nepal's Terai possesses a beauty that is totally unexpected in a country known mainly for soaring snow-covered mountains. Chitwan, a majestic and powerful location teeming with wildlife hosts one of Asia's finest national parks, renowned for its dense concentration of wildlife. Seas of elephant grass ripple beneath a magnificent sunset and pervasive sense of relaxation soaks in deeper, the longer you stay.
Day 01 : Arrive in Kathmandu
Day 02 : Kathmandu sightseeing
Day 03 : Kathmandu - Sauraha
Day 04 : Sauraha - Shaktikhor - Upardang Gadhi.
Day 05 : Gadhi - Chisapani tar - Jyandala.
Day 06 : Jyandala - Siraichuli- pang Sirang - Hattibang - Hugdi - Shaktikhor
Day 07 : Visiting village
Day 08 : Wildlife Activities in Chitwan National Park
Day 09 : Sauraha - Kathmandu
Day 10 : Kathmandu
Day 11 : Departure