Local Living: Local Living Nepal (ANLL)
Countries Visited: Nepal Great value, reasonable prices, quality experiences Comfortable and varied tourist-class accommodations chosen for location and character Mix of public and private transport for the best overall experience All the top highlights included, plus plenty of time to explore on your own
Trip Style: Local Living - Don't just visit; move right in
Always dreamed of renting a villa or cottage somewhere but thought you couldn't afford tos You can now. Local Living adventures put you undercover in some of the world's greatest and most out-there destinations and serve up a taste of life as it's lived every day. Unpack once at a central home base-a Tuscan farmhouse, a French river barge, a private home in the Amazon Delta, that sort of thing-and explore alongside like-minded travellers and a connected CEO who knows the area best.
Service Level: Standard
Physical Demands Rating: 2 - There'll be some light walking and hiking. Suitable for most fitness levels. Nothing too challenging.
Group Size: Max 15.
Meals Included: 4 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 4 dinners
Accommodations: Not Availaible
Visit a local market and pick up cooking ingredients, Learn about Nepalese cuisine with an included cooking lesson, Trek through Tamang village, Enjoy a meal with a local family as a group
There's no better way to get to know a country than by immersing yourself right into the heart of it, and this Local Living stay in Panauti will allow you to do just that. Make yourself at home in this farming village, steeped in culture and tradition. During your stay you'll learn all about Nepalese customs and traditions, hearing stories that only locals can tell. Pick up ingredients from surrounding markets and enjoy Nepalese cooking demonstrations from your homestay hosts, all after working up your appetite by hiking though surrounding towns. You'll leave this village a different person than you arrived (and hopefully a better cook).
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|Offer valid through 6/30/2018|
|Day 1||Kathmandu||Day 1 Kathmandu|
There are no activities planned until an evening welcome meeting. Included Activities: Arrival Day and Welcome Meeting
|Day 2||Panauti||Day 2 Kathmandu/Panauti (1L, 1D)|
Visit the G Adventures-supported Sisterhood of Survivors project and enjoy a dumpling-making lesson and local lunch. Travel through the scenic hills to Panauti and meet your hosts. Later, help your host family prepare a meal before sitting down together for an evening of delicious food and cultural exchange. Included Activities: Sisterhood of Survivors Project Transport: Private Vehicle
|Day 3||Panauti||Day 3 Panauti (1B, 1L, 1D)|
Begin the day with a walk to visit the surrounding communities and learn more about the local way of life. In the evening, gather with the other group members and hosts for a traditional community feast and try your hand at whipping up typical Newari dishes. Included Activities: Panauti Community Walk Nepali Feast
|Day 4||Panauti||Day 4 Panauti (1B, 1L, 1D)|
Enjoy an easy hike to a nearby Tamang village and sample some local wine. Opt for a volleyball game with some free time in the evening. Additional Notes: Panauti Included Activities: Tamang Village Hike and Local Wine Tasting
|Day 5||Panauti||Day 5 Panauti (1B, 1L, 1D)|
Board a local bus to Kavre Bhanjyang and begin the hike to Namo Buddha Monastery. Tour the monastery and enjoy a picnic lunch in the hills. Hike back down to Panauti enjoying scenic views along the way. Included Activities: Monastery Hike Transport: Local bus (0.75 hour(s))
|Day 6||Kathmandu||Day 6 Panauti/Kathmandu (1B, 1L)|
After some free time, say good bye to your hosts and travel back to Kathmandu. Tonight, opt for a farewell dinner with the group. Transport: Private Vehicle
|Day 7||Kathmandu||Day 7 Kathmandu|
Depart at anytime. Included Activities: Departure Day
Local Flights: N/A
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