The aspiration of Barauli Community Homestay is to empower and provide a platform to locals (Tharu), one of the indigenous and shy, but culturally rich tribes of Nepal, to generate extra income from their very own houses. Most of the Tharus are farmers from generations to generations; some even say from medieval periods, which make agriculture as their major occupation. So, to preserve their traditional occupation and to blend them with the advancement of the world, these purpose-built homestays totally operates under the housewives of the community.
Accommodation facility is provided in twelve little cottages, which have been built by the villagers/farmers. Simply furnished but, since they are built with passion, the cottages offer everything for a comfortable stay. Each room of the homestay has attached bathroom, and cozy beds. Rooms are basic, but they are hygienic and neat. The women, who are also the owner of cottages, live nearby the homestay, so that they can take care of their guests from their very own homes.