I traveled to a remote, 400-person indigenous village in the Himalayas. Here’s what my journey way off the beaten path was like.


Nepal is full of contrasts.

Sandwiched between China and India, the country’s 30 million residents are scattered across a stark geography, from the snowy Himalayan plateau to sweltering jungle and arid plains.

A common refrain among Nepali people is that if you were to spread the country flat, it would be one of the largest in the world. Perhaps as a consequence of the country’s topography, Nepal’s people represent a panoply of ethnic groups, speaking over 100 languages, with varying styles of dress, cuisine, and architecture.

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