Intertwined by hills, rocks, jungle trails and waterfalls, Lwang-Ghalel the “green paradise” is a great spot for both adventure and leisure travel. Some of these trekking and leisure spots are listed below along with their distance from PayamdandaHomestay.

1.Trekking:

An interesting  3KM jungle trek from Lwang .If you wish to trek more your bus station should be one step down at Korakomukh.

2.Fire Camp:

3.Visit to Tea Garden(15 min walk)

Tea garden here is a heavenly little plantation retreat that lies on a hillock above the banks of river Mardi high in the Himalayas,overlooked by the mighty Annapurna Mountain Range.You can get a  better opportunity for photoshoot .

4.Baraha Temple (10 min walk)

Located in the mid of teaestate ,this temple is a home to an interesting  collection of articrafts that shed light on the history ,culture,religion of this region.

5.Waterfall and Cannonying (15 min)

An interesting 15  min walk towards north,PokharaCanonying is the largest and most spectacular cannyoning site of Nepal. The unique feature is that water drops about 150 metres over 2 stages.So, you can have an exciting adventure that you never had before. You can win over fear. Try once you  won’tregret.Hope you don’t miss the chance to overcome your fear .Come and be a part of our excitement.

6.Jungle Safari and Forest Camp.(One full day)

Spread over a vast area ,Lwang-Ghalel is a part of Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP).It is rich in  diversity and is a treasurer house of 1,226 species of flowering plants ,102 Mammals,474 birds ,39 reptiles and 22 amphibians. Jungle Safari in this place is challenging and adventurous and would take a full day.The surrounding area offer an exceptional photo opportunities.Camping on Raile and other spot of this region is an unforgettable experience.

7.TareBaraha Rock(30 Min walk )

Located close to RaileCamp ,TareBaraha  rock(2000m.)above the sea level,named so because of it’s  unique structure.The immediate surrounding offer excellent photo opportunities.

8.ACAP

The Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) located in this region is a part of ACAP ,Nepal.This station conducts research on spices,tropical and subtropical forest,vegetables and hill paddy. ACAP has a nursery with a large collection of ornamental plants,teas and trees .Visitors can purchase seeds and saplings at the purchase center.