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Lwang Village, is one of the most popular villages in Nepal for homestay tours. This village is approximately 26 kilometres northeast of Pokhara. There are several reasons for its popularity.
They are traditional Nepali stone homes, a homestay facility with warm and welcoming locals, comfortable accommodations, delicious organic food directly from the fields and gardens, a cool environment with almond farming, and a thrilling canoeing experience.
The visit to the Tea Garden is the next highlight of the Lwang Village tour. At the height of 1,600 meters, 71,188 square feet are used to plant tea. The village is a 30- to 40-minute walk away. The park offers a stunning perspective of Pokhara's center and villages.
Lwang is located in the scenic view of the Machhapuchhre Himalayas, which is part of the Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP). It is located at the height of 1,550 meters above sea level. This village is also where the Mardi Himal trekking route begins.
Lwang village is well-known for its homestay tourism. Homestay began in 2009 AD. The village has 26 houses that offer homestay services. The homestays are registered with Nepal's Ministry of Tourism. The 12 houses can house approximately 60-70 people at a time.
The homes offer tidy rooms with standard conveniences like bathrooms, hot and cold showers, etc. In the village, there are no restaurants or motels. Local chicken curry, Dal, Bhat, and organic vegetables are among the traditional Nepali dishes the home's mother prepares and serves to visitors, along with local booze (rakshi).