Bhujung Village Lamjung:
Bhujung, the lagrgest Gurung settlement in Annapurna Conservation Area, is located at an altitude of 1600 meters from sea level in north west of Beshisahar, Lamjung
The major occupation of the local people are agriculture and livestock farming. Apart from this majority of youths are engaged in overseas employment.
Facilities and Services
In order to promote home stay village tourism in bhujung the NTNC-ACAP, with the supports of VDC has established tourism Management Sub Committee at Bhujung. The Village has Microhydro electricity, Sub health post, Veterinary Service centre, Post office, Day Care Centre, Secondary School, Telelphone service and Rop Way.
One villag-One VDC
Unique mode of Settlement
Organic local foods Warm hospitality of Gurung Community
Kaiyo water fall
Ghantu Dance Krishna Charitra-Serka Dance
Day Care centre Micro hydro Electricity
Community Meeting hall
Keep to the rules:
Get a valid entry permit, which can be obtained from the ACAP entry permit counters at NTB
Building, in Bharikutimandap, Kathmandu and tourist Service Center, Dam Side, Pokhara.
The entrt fee is:
i) NRs: 200/- for sarc Nationals
ii) Nrs. 2000/- for Other Nationals.
Double fees will be applicable at the field checkpost.
It takes around four hours (2 hours drive and 2 hours walk) from Beshisahar, Lamjung. The next route is 3 hours drive from Beshisahar via Khudi, then along eith Roplephant, Nayu and Ghanpokhara and After that it takes 1.30 hours walk to get Bhujung. One can reach Bhujung about 8 hours by walking from Beshisahar through Baglung pani, Kapur gaon and Ghale Gaoun.
For further information:
National Trust for Nature Conservation
Annapurana conservation area project
P.O. Box 183, Pokhara, Nepal Tel: 0977-061-431102
Unit Conservation Office
Tourism Managaement Sub-Committee Bhujung
Phone No: 993661307
Tourist Service Center, Nepal Tourism Bord
Pardi, Pokhara Phone: 061-465292.