Do’patchi Bird’s Nest Homestay

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Tura, Meghalaya

Stay in a traditional Garo Bamboo Hut

Hut For High Flying Birds

Live in a village where it is a taboo to catch and harm the birds

Why we love this homestay?
  • Traditional Bamboo huts of Garo Hills
  • Huts are home for Swallow birds
Do'patchi Homestay

Sasagre village, where the homestay is located is home to Do Patchi meaning Swallow birds in Garo language. The villagers believe if they harm these little birds, the village will have to face the wrath of the Almighty. These birds like their nests built on the traditional Garo huts and the upcoming concrete houses are taking away their shelters. Now the people of Sasatgre re-building their traditional huts and ensure the birds find their favorite spots to build their nests. 

Homestay features
  • A free responsible traveller’s kit with a towel, toiletries, women's hygiene products and sanitiser and a local trail mix of sundried summer fruits and nuts!
  • Indian style toilet
  • Complimentary breakfast and dinner
  • Electricity with no power cuts!
  • Traditional medicines for First Aid
Your host - Dharmen Momin
  • Warm, authentic hospitality
  • Makes wild honey & knows traditional dance
  • Languages spoken - English, Hindi, Garo

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Dharmen is passionate about preserving nature around his village and believes the life in villages is more meaningful. He has built his homestay in the most authentic sense where he & his family provide traditional organic food, take you on treks, play indigenous games, and do many such village activities.

Enjoy organic local food!
  • Local specialities - Wild Honey, Oranges, Local wine
  • ‘Organic’ local leafy vegetables from forest
  • Sticky rice wrapped in leaf

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People in Garo Hills spend their days doing agriculture and growing a lot of vegetables around the village. Garo food is rich with fruits, leafy vegetables, and a variety of dishes made using sticky rice. Do Patchi Homestay has orange trees around the village that are a rich source of vitamin C. Dharmen loves making wild honey sourced from the honeycomb from the forests and local wines locally know as Chuak/Bitchi/Cheka/Chotokkol.

Explore the unexplored!
  • Daribokgre Village for Birdwatching (30 mins drive)
  • 100 Drum - Wangla Festival at Asanang (1 hr drive)
  • Nokrek National Park (1.5 Hrs. drive)

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Village of Sasatgre offers a range of activities from forest walking, cultural dance, folk songs with traditional instruments, traditional craft-making using local bamboo along with the activities Dharmen and his family provides. Just a short drive away, village Daribokgre is known for western hoolock gibbons and a variety of birds. You can also find a trained wildlife guide in the village. If you wish to explore more, Nokrek National Park is not far from the village where you find many Asian elephants and Red Pandas.

What it includes?

Overnight stay
Breakfast, Dinner
Village tour
Traveler’s kit
First aid facility

What it excludes?

Any personal expenses
Transportation to village
Additional Meals – Lunch, Dinner
Visa/Travel insurance
Room service fee

Is this Homestay right for you?

Are you choosing this homestay because you need some time away from your urban life? Does living in a mud house in the mountains truly excite you? If your answer is yes, start packing your bags now! You might not get uninterrupted internet here, but you’ll be far too busy exploring the most breathtaking, most unseen corners of the trans-Himalayas, to miss your Twitter feed and news updates. The greatest luxury here is spending your days under a bright, blue sky at a beautiful mountain destination, getting freshly cooked organic food for every meal, and swapping stories with locals, who open their doors and hearts to you!

Hear from communities

  • Guests like to eat our Ladakhi food. They say it is delicious, even when it is prepared by an elderly ama (mother) like me. I always make sure I serve them the cleanest and healthiest food. My husband is a copper artist. When guests leave us, they say ‘Julley’, and hug us. It makes us feel happy.

    Tsering Dolkar
    Mountain Homestay Host - Sumda Chun
  • I became a Mountain Homestay Host in 2018, and I have hosted many travellers since then. Running a homestay has helped me and my family a lot. Not only is the solar set up in our house useful for us, but even travellers prefer to stay in our homestay because of it.

    Rigzin Dolkar
    Mountain Homestay Host - Photolalok
  • The training we got in astronomy turned out to be a life-changing experience for our village. I felt happy and proud while mapping the position of the planets and sharing the secrets of the universe with the tourists. Tourists told me that even they didn’t know so much about the dark skies!

    Tsewang Dorjey
    Astropreneur - Maan
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