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Ghale Gaun, Tourism in Ghale Gau Nepal

Destination: Ghale Gaun 
•Magnificent Mountains view including Annapurna Range, Lamjung Himal, and ManasluUnobstructed Sunrise & Sunset ViewBuddhist MonumentsWildlife, Natural beauty and warm hospitality
Tea garden:
The rays of sun falling on those giant mountains shines like a gold foil. We couldn’t stop ourselves from capturing the spectacular views of the mountains and magnificent sunrise. When you go to the steep hill of tea farming you will say we never thought we will get tea farming there. You may get the satisfaction of visiting Darjeeling as well as Kalingpong when you will be roaming around tea garden.
Tradition & Culture:
Gurnungs are famous for their Culture as Putpute, (celebration in the happiness of the eldest son of the family) Arghun (ritual after death) Biya (amusing ceremony of engagement) Sorathi and Krishna Charitra, (historical remembering) Ghantu (performed in the occasion of the Lord Buddha's birth day) Lochaar (Gurung community's New Year) all are equally rich and important culture organizes in the courtyard of the Ghale Peoples.
Bamboo is the main source for handicraft. Doko, Namlo, Thusni, Bhakari, Dalo , Ghum, Pakhi , Bakhu etc are the best identified handicraft. beside these they make other several handicrafts for their works, for milking and keeping local drinks. They do not love fashionable clothes of city life , they try to maintain their clothing by their woolen products. The clothes made from Nettle Fiber and Aloe has a big Demand today which is produced in Ghale Gaun.Utterkanya
North to the village is the holy place where the temple is situated . The unique orientation of the goddess idol of them temple facing north which is very rare in other temple, one can see the mythical approach in the myth. Beside temple has the holy water pond constructed by the Ghale king. It is said that many people working in military from this area loosed their life in different battles like first world war, second world war etc but after the construction of this temple no one has had been victim of such miss fortune.
Gurung Museum:
The Museum with its collection of various artful things dresses and ornaments used by Gurung community , the agriculture workshop and other important gift from their ancestor again gives the glimpse of an old age. As well as observe the significant insight of culture , history and development process.
Honey Hunting:
Hunting for the bees to collect honey is an age old traditional method of Gurung peoples. The hunter by using local ladder and ropes shows the unique skills by hanging from steep cliffs as high as around 300 m, The harvesting of honey is possible twice a year April- May & Sep- Nov. Ghale Gaun Provides the honey hunting facility for their valuable guest but it must be informed one month prior to visit .Activities around Ghale Gaun include bird watching at Talangyo Lake and visits to the Utter Kanya Temple, Pempro Fall, Batase Cave and the Khudi hydroelectric dam site.
Best time:
September - November & March – May
The concept of “Atithi Devo Bhawa” is completely followed by the habitat of this village. Ghalegaun is famous for it’s homestay. The visitors are provided with accommodation in the villagers’ houses with home cooked meal and are treated as the family member not the outsider. The accommodations are simple but comfortable with good bedding as well as clean toilet facilities. Two persons will be permitted to live in a house but some times with request changes can be made too.
you are supposed to have ethnic food there, nothing else. Nice way to preserve culture and tradition and a great way to make people learn about it. Organic local food like cereals, vegetables, milk products, eggs and meat prepared in traditional way is served to visitors. The local cuisine, pure un-processed milk, curd and ghee they provide will give you the feeling of village life. We have to take meals in the home you are supposed to stay with the family.
The ghale gaun Lies to the great Annapurna Range which starts from Beshishar around 43 km North from Dumbre the popular stop at Prithivi Highway. Besishahar can be reached by bus from Kathmandu Pokhara as well from major cities of the country. From Beshishar you can be rolled towards the winding road uphill dotted with the agricultured farm. As you go up, you will see an array of snow peaks crowned with nature and beauty that left breathless, felt like all Himalayan giants are lined up for the cameras to get captured. There are routes with options. 
Route Number 1 : Beshishar - Baglung pani - Kapurgaun - Ghalegaun
Route Number 2 : Beshishar - Khudi - Simpani - Ghale Gaun
Route Number 3 : Beshishar - Khudi - Ghanpokhara - nayu - Ghale Gaun
Route Number 4 : Pokhara - Thumsikot - Pakhurikot - Pasgaun - Bhujung - Ghale Gaun
Route Number 5 : Beshishar - Pasgaun - Bhujung - Ghale Gaun
Route Number 6 : Beshishar - bahundanda - Koto - Duthpokhari - Ghanpokhara - Ghale Gaun

Gaun is an exotic pristine village endowed with an unparallel scenic grandeur and a home to Ghales the famed Gurungs the legendary mid-hill people of western Nepal. Repository of a unique ethnic culture Ghele Gaun is a true microcosm of stunning natural beauty mixed with an unspoiled ethnic life style. This village is located the district of Lamjung, Ghale Gaun is approximately 205km north west of Kathmandu and 125 km north east of Pokhara the picturesque hill town of western Nepal. 
Ghale Gaun Perched atop a ridge at an altitude of 2016 meters from the sea level, Ghale Gaun is probably the only place which commands a superb breathtaking view of majestic western Himalayas including Machhapuchhre(6693m) Annapurna(8091m), Annapurna II (7939m) Annapurna IV (7525m), Lamjung Himal(6932m), Bouddha Himal(6974m), Himalchuli(6747m) and many more smaller peaks. Taking advantage of such a unique location, Ghale Gaun- a picturesque hamlet of about 95 Gurung style houses, has recently been marketed as a new destination to experience Village tourism. Accordingly quite a number of houses have been prepared for domestic and international visitors with comfortable basic amenities. Besides the scenic extravaganza of the peaks, the warm and sincere hospitality of the Gurung people is also bound to overwhelm the visitors. Here food items such as grain, vegetable, meat, milk, eggs, are all locally produced and are indeed for any chemical fertilizers. In addition, the life-style of the village truly reflects an exotic living ethnic tradition handed down since ages. The social life is replete with interesting rituals of life cycle; birth, wedding, death etc., religious events and a lively cultural tradition of dance and music and it is well augmented by interesting locally produced exotic handicrafts and utensils.