Homestay is a popular form of hospitality and lodging whereby visitors share a residence, foods, culture with a local of the city to which they are traveling. It is one of the best parts of hospitality, where our culture, foods, history, religions, and many more can be exchanges and promote. Homestay can also help provide a vital source of revenue in struggling economies of a country.
The homestays you can find in Nepal are not in the most famous places. Although they are in slightly more off the beaten track, they are all in fascinating places that you might not have thought of going to otherwise.
As on the official press release on July 17, the Global Nepalese Chef Federation officially announced a training session of Homestay Management for Chefs. In which a maximum of 20 chefs can take part in this session. The coated price for this session is charged Rs 1000(inc. of foods) per person and the official members of the federation are free of costs. The organizer has quoted some criteria for the participants in this session – BHM or DHM + 4years experience or 5 years working experience as CDP.
The program is organized by the Global Nepalese Chef Federation, managed by the City Guide. In association with IHM (College of International Hotel Management), Homestay Association of Nepal, and Taragaau Development Committee.
The organizer has opened a pre-registration for the training. The training will be held on July 24 Friday at 8 AM in IHM College, satdobato, Lalitpur.
For more details:
Global Nepalese Chef Federation
Contact NO. 9851135838, 9841950843