Barpak is a largest Village in Gorkha district of Nepal in South Asia, located at the altitude of 1900 meters above sea level and about 158 km from the capital city of Nepal kathmandu and just 45 km from headquarter of Gorkha district.
Barpak is a homeland of Victoria cross honored captain Gaje Ghale and the visited land by Dr. Roman Herzog, president of Germany in 1997 AD. Brimming with the Gurung ethnic culture and scenic beauty, Barpak has become one of the perfect destination of the world.
The landscapes, natural greenery views, stunning mountain views like Ganesh Himal, Buddha(Gorkha) Himal, Siringe Himal, Manaslu Himal, Himchuli and the traditionally made typical Gurung ethnic houses will fells you as if you are in the perfect destination in the world. Barpak offers a perfect Homestay facilities to cater the tourist need and to get co-ordination to know about the local culture. Some hotel has also been established for the tourist who like more comfort and facilities beside Homestay. Barpak Homestay
Dal Bhat or Cuisines serves in Barpak
Typical Nepalese style Dal(Lentil), Bhat(rice), meat, vegetable, gundruk(Nepalese national curry), sisnu(green vegetable),wheat cake, maize bread in Homestay and other Chinese and Indian food in Hotel. Vegeterian food is also served. Barpak Trek Barpak Trek
Day 01: Kathmandu (capital city of Nepal) - Gorkha Bazaar (headquarter of Gorkha) about 146 km about 5 hrs. drive Manaslu view
Day 02: Explore day at Gorkha Bazaar
Day 03: Gorkha Bazaar - Baluwa about 5hr drive and Trek to Barpak about 2 hrs (can find jeep if you do not want to trek) and cultural show at evening Barpak Trekking
Day 04: Explore day at Barpak Village and cultural show at evening Barpak Tour
Day 05: Trek or jeep ride from Barpak to Baluwa (about 1 and 1/2 hours Trek) and Drive from Baluwa to Kathmandu (about 6 hours).
dipak khatri I love gorkha and I think the way to gorkha is very difficult