Kumpur is a village located at Kumpur Village Development Committee (VDC) 2, Dhading District in the Bagmati Zone of central Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 7916 and had 1405 houses in it. altitude of around 1500 meters above sea level.
The climate is ideal at any time during the September to June season with warm days and cool nights. the volume of over 50% peoples' lives tribe called GHALE and rest of verities tribes like Gurung, Braman, Newar, Sarki, Kami, Damai, Magar, Praja etc., They all have own different history, traditional, culture, rules and life style . The peoples most are farmers and some caste has own cultural profession.
The village layout with hillside areas, so it's nice and warm even throughout the winter, but still you have excellent views on the Annapurna range, Ganesh Himal, Langtang, Manaslu, Mardi Himal, Gauri sankar and lots of water falls with panoramic views and natural beauty which surrounds Kumpur.Access:
You can easily reach to Kumpur, It is 80 kilometers far from capital city Kathmandu - between Kathmandu and Pokhara, it takes 4 hour by local buses to Bungchung Village, if you take private vehicle (Car/Jeep) drive you on 2 and half hours then hike up to Kumpur around 3 hours. Buses leaves from Nearby central bus station Kathmandu. Why home Stay?
There are many reasons why, A Kumpur Village Home Stay is a home away from your home wherein guests are hosted with utmost care. Ghale Treks focuses on the home stay experience. There is no better way to know about Nepal and Nepalese life style accept our Kumpur Village Home stay program. Village home stay is a wonderful opportunity to experience Nepal culture first-hand.
Village Home stay is a new concept in ecotourism. The advantages of a Kumpur village home stay are that guests can interact with host families, understand the local culture, language, activities and customs.
Kumpur Village Home stays are soothing destinations for couples, family, and even singles who desire a private peaceful holiday and that is the reason why Home Stays in Kumpur village are popular with tourists who visit Nepal. Kumpur Village Home stays promotes peaceful setting, relaxation, privacy and memorable holidays to the guests with homely environment at the home stay and tasty traditional home-cooked Nepali foods/cuisine.
Kumpur Village Home stays enable tourists to enjoy Kumpur nature and have a rural life experience since Kumpur home stays are located away from the rush of city life and busy traffic.
You will experience Nepalese daily life with your host family. It will be a memorable language and culture exchange. You will stay in village home with the host family.
Kumpur village is very remote and hidden even very closer to capital Kathmandu, peoples are suffering for pharmacy, hospital, post office, collage, electric and police bits more so on. The peoples speak native mother tongue Nepali and own cast languages, they are very friendly and kind. Foreigners are very new face to them so while they see you, they will be very surprised. It's worth to meet and touch them.Our Mission Statement:
To empower communities to integrate conservation of their environment with economic development by sustainable use of their resources through tourism An Sustainable Travel International member. We are members of the Sustainable Travel International, which exists to unite conservation, communities and Sustainable travel. The Society's recognition of our company is your assurance that our holidays are responsibly run to a high standard and will benefit the host community as well as our clientele.
We are members of the Sustainable Travel International, which exists to unite conservation, communities and Sustainable travel. Sustainable Travel International's recognition of our company is your assurance that our holidays are responsibly run to a high standard and will benefit the host community as well as our clientele.
So we welcome you to enjoy your memorable holidays/vacations in Nepal at our Home Stay in Kumpur Village!Press Released:
NEPALESE VILLAGE TOURISM FOR ADVENTUROUS TRAVELERS 09 November 2009 Read full story