Piprahar is a beautiful garden of different castes and ethnicities. There are about 400 houses in Devachuli Municipality-17, Nawalpur. Tharu, Brahmin, Chhetri, Magar, Gurung, Thakuri, Bote and Dalit communities lives in Pripahar. Tharu are indigenous tribes of the region.
Piprahar tharu community homestay lies on the bank of the Narayani River in the Buffer zone of Chitwan National Park. The village is popular as a center for the study of wildlife and culture.
Jeep safari and jungle walk are organized in Divyapuri community forest and bird watching in Siswar community forest. Crocodiles, rhinos, deer and other animals can be spotted on the shores of Narayani river.
Piprahar has become popular due to its natural beauty, traditional culture, local cuisine and family atmosphere.
There are hotel and homestay facilities for food and accommodation. There are a dozen hotels and 22 houses have homestay facilities. The homestay has been operating since March 2, 2016 and has 88 beds. Guests are accommodated in Tharu, Magar, Thakuri and Gurung houses. Guests are served with Tharu food items like Chinchar, Raja Roti, Duck Choyala, Ghongi and millet Sel roti etc.
Cultural programs are shown in the evening as per guests' demand. It consists of lathi, music, ghaila, damphu, jhumra and kaura dance The guests are welcome to participates in the dance. Devachuli and Shaswat Dham and surrounding can also be visited while in Piprahar.
Kathmandu-Narayangarh 138 km, 4 hours by bus. Or Kathmandu-Bharatpur 18 minute by flight. 19 km from Narayangarh to Pharamchowk towards Butwal Highway. Piprahar village is 2.5 km west of Pharamchowk.