Typical Nepali Villages

  • Last Updated on Jan 5, 2024

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Nepal has plethora of villages that reflects unique traditions, cultures and lifestyles.  The diversity of Nepalese villages are worth exploring. Despite the diversity, unity is a major characteristics of our villages. There is a mix residence of Brahmin and other castes in Gurung majority village, the amalgam of Tamang and Rai in Sherpa majority village. They are living together with fascinating harmony and being good neighbours. The majority of people living around the Manaslu Region are Gurung and Tibetan Communities.

Few of the well-known villages of Manaslu Circuit area are Lho, Samagaun and Samdo. These villages have traditional architecture, unique tradition and beautiful landscapes. The climatic condition here is quiet challenging and temperature ranges form 10-5 degree Celsius during day time and falls below zero degree during morning and night time. However, the villagers are noticeably hospitable and the villages are naturally beautiful.

Suman Aryal

Suman Aryal

With over 15 years of experience in the tourism sector of Nepal, Suman is the Managing Director of Dream Heaven Adventure. His passion for trekking has taken him to nearly all of Nepal's popular regions, making him an authorized trekking and tour operator.

Suman has a particular affinity for traveling to the Himalayas, where he has gained deep knowledge about the region's religion, culture, and history. As a part-time blogger, Suman shares his research on the cultural and religious diversity of Nepal, providing his personal touch with insights from his decade-long experience. He also enjoys answering readers' queries with his expert knowledge and personal touch.