Nepal Nature dot com Travels (P.) Ltd., Chhetrapaty, Yapinkhya #90, Kathmandu #17, Nepal
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Home Stay
Home stay is a stay at a residence by a traveler and especially by a visiting foreign student hosted by a local family. It is a visit in which you pay to stay in someone's house rather  than in a hotel. Some place in rural areas don’t have guesthouses, hotels and resorts. Advantages of home stay is to allow the visitors to rent a room from local family to better learn them and their lifestyle.
For those people who wish to stay with Nepalese families instead of hotel before/after their tour/trek we have paying guest accommodation available. These stays are an enjoyable and effective way to share feelings/culture and customs with visit to a Nepali family and yourselves/s, it is ideal for students.
Home Stay is available in the following places:
a. Kopan Area, Kathmandu
b. Bhaktapur 
c. Sikles Area, West of Kathmandu
For rates and other information please do write us in detailed with your requirement at 

General Travel Services
Special Interest Tours
Nature package
Crane Watch (Lumbini)
Best of Wildlife and Wetlands (Shivapuri – Chitwan and Koshi)
Best of Nepal Wildlife (Shivapuri – Pokhara – Lumbini – Chitwan)
Best of Nepal Birding Safari (Shivapuri – Lumbini – Chitwan and Koshi)
Filming /Photography
Conference & Seminars
Educational Packages
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Recommended Destinations
  Kathmandu Valley   Bhaktapur Durbar Square   Chitwan
Recommended Activities
Bird watching and hike in Shivapuri Nagarjung, Elephant Safari, River safari and Jeep safari in Chitwan, Trek to Everest, Langtang, Annapurna and Mustang, Scenic Mountain tour of Pokhara, Sarus Crane and Bird Watching in Lumbini the birthplace of Buddha, Sunrise and Sunset view from Nagarkot, Mountain Flight to see Mt. Everest and Himalayan Range, Tracking Wild Bengal Tigers and Wild Asian Elephants in Bardia, Mahasheer Fishing in Karnali River, White water rafting in Bhote Koshi and Trishuli River, Journey to the valley of Snow Leopards,