Tamang Heritage Trek is a recently opened area, west of the sin
exchange for offering tourists the chance to interact with these
people of Tibetan origin. Trekkers lodge in local lodges or homes
and experience at first hand the warmth and spirit of the Tamang
culture; their Buddhist beliefs and their handicrafts. Your hosts,
farmers supplying produce, cultural entertainers and handicraft
sales all benefit; with some money going into social funds. One
distinct advantage is that Tamang heritage trek Nepal is still “off
the beaten track” and so offers a glimpse of a region ‘set back in
time’ which allows time for reflection and solitude.
Tamang heritage trekking trail winds over ridges trekking through
farmlands, marshy grasslands, subtropical forests and highlands
that offer magnificent views of snow covered peaks. The forests are
home to Langur monkeys, bears, pandas and countless birds.
This Tamang village trek begins with a 132km 8-10 hour bus ride
from Kathmandu that follows the torturous and scenically exciting
road to cross the Dhotre Khola, before turning north up the Trisuli
Nadi to Syabru Besi (Lower Syabru): the starting point of the trek.
This is an interesting village at the confluence of the Bhote Kosi
and Langtang Kola, below which it becomes the Trisuli Nadi. The
first day’s trail zigzags upwards, to a ridge and a walk to the
view point of the day Rongba Bhanjyang and another45 min. easy walk
to Lunch. And then on up to Gatlang; the largest Tamang village in
The second day offers relaxation in the community hot springs at
Tatopani and the third day leads to tranquil and satisfying views
of the High Himalaya from the Nagthali Ghyang ridge before
descending to Thuman. Staying in a family home at Briddim, complete
with dinner and a demonstration of traditional dances and local
handicrafts are the features of Tamang heritage trail route.
A fairly short day’s trek, along the ancient salt trade route from
Tibet will take you back to Syabru Besi, from where you return to
DAY 1: Arrive in Kathmandu
DAY2: Half day city tour and preparing for trek
DAY3: Drive from Kathmandu to syabrubesi 8 hour's drive
DAY 4: Trek to gatlang 5-6 hour's
DAY5: Trek to tatopani 5-6 hour's
DAY 6: Trek to thuman 7 hour's
DAY 7: Trek to briddim 6 hour's
DAY 8: Trek back to syabrubesi 4 hour's
DAY9: Drive to Kathmandu
DAY :10 Departure
1. Airport/Hotel/Airport transfers by private car.
2. Deluxe accommodation in star hotel in Kathmandu, BB plan
3. Deluxe accommodation in tourist star hotel in Pokhara, BB plan
4. Kathmandu city tour inclusive of tour guide, private car.
5. Food (breakfast, lunch, dinner, tea, coffee during trek)
6. Guide and a helper ( including their food, accommodation,
salary, insurance, equipment).
7. Annapurna Conservation Area Entry Permit and all necessary
8. All land transportation from Kathmandu to Kathmandu via private
1. Your travel insurance (compulsory)
2. International airfare and airport departure tax.
3. Nepal entry visa fee
4. Items of a personal nature such as alcoholic drinks, cold
5. Personal trekking equipment.
6. Any others expenses which are not mentioned above (price
includes section).and staff tips
We advise you to bring your own trekking and climbing gear! However
in Kathmandu there have many shops to buy and for rent trek related
September/October/November &march / April/ May. However
December and January are winter and can be much colder and June
July and August is rainy season trek can be done but views are may
not clear .