Highlights of the Home Stay Trekking in Ramechap

  • Fantastic view of World Highest Himalayan Ranges
  • View of Mahabhart Hill Ranges
  • Meet local Jhankris or Shamans at the Panch Pokhari Trek, Sailung Danda, Agleshowri Temple
  • Stay with a local community at their home mainly Tamangs, Jhakris, and Newar at Surke and Doramba Village
  • Easy trial and suitable for the beginners, and sutiable for the people searching for peaceful trek.

Panoramic view of the mountain range from Thulo Sailung, Ramechhap

Ramechhap is a small town 152 kilometres far away from Kathmandu Valley. It is a place surrounded by Mahabharat Range Hills to the lowland of Terai. The famous trekking trekking area of Ramechhap district offers us the best view of many Himalayan Ranges of Mahalangur Himalayan Range in Everest region, Ganesh Himal Range, Langtang Himal Ranges, and Manasalu and Annapurna Ranges faraway in the North-West part famous pilgrimage of Panch Pokhari (sacred 5 lakes), Agleshowri Hill, and the Thulo Sailung Hill, Rhododendron Forest.

Home Stay in Khola Kharka Village at 2948m base camp of Thulo Sailung

Nowadays, it is a gateway to the Everest region from Ramechhap Airport to Lukla Airport. There are five different ethnic groups exist in this area namely Tamang, Kusundas, Majhis as fishermen, Newars, and other ethnic groups of Brahmin, Chettris and mixed community.  Ramechhap district would be the best destination either for Nepalese travellers or foreigners, who want to enjoy a short stay with the locals for few days and also enjoy organic food with the view of world’s highest mountain range early in the morning.

Atypical Newar Community in Surkey Village

The trek of Ramechhap is accessible from Kathmandu by public transport either from Jeep or from the local bus. Trekking is the best way to find out the natural, cultural, and traditional rituals practice of this district. Depending on the village the homestay with the communities are available in most of the place. Most of the food is local foods of maize, soybean, red beans, potatoes, seasonal green vegetables, and locally produced rice, wheat and maize chapatti.

View of the sunset over the mountains from Mane Dormaba

A large mountain Koshi river also flows through its neighbouring district Kavrepalanchowk where you can swim and taste a local fish from the river in the end of this trekking at Lubhughat. This trekking area is suitable for the people who are not willing to go to mountains, want to avoid other touristic destination, or the people wants to explore the hilly region lifestyle of ethnic groups of Nepal then it could be the fantastic destination.

A view of typical Tamang House in Surkey Village,Ramechhap

Enjoy your Ramechap trekking with locals from Ramechhap area beacuse most of the people of this areas are involved in the profession trekking, tour, mountain porters and mountaneering. Make your holiday more intresting be local visit locally.