Chepang Village home-stay trek is a perfect opportunity to explore the nomadic lifestyle of Chepang people. Chepang people still live in the forest and depend on it for food rather than farming in the villages. This trek provides a once-in-a-lifetime chance to witness an amazing and ancient lifestyle in the 21st century.
The Chepang people's daily activities include hunting, foraging for wild roots, fishing, and some traditional farming near the jungles. One can witness their unique settlement pattern, home construction, social organization, language, customs, festivals, and religion during this trek. Starting from Hugdi, passing through Hattibang, Jyandala, Chisapanitar, Majhbang, Shaktikhor, and ending at Sauraha, you get an ample opportunity to stay at local houses and understand the local culture through direct interaction. This trek provides a variety experience: jungle with panoramic views of magnificent mountain ranges, flatlands, green forests, in addition to insight on the culture of the different ethnic groups such as Tharus, Magars, Kumal, and Gurung.