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Trip Highlights

  • Heavenly perspectives on snow-topped mountains,
  • Hot common springs and Chilime Hydro Power Dam.
  • Perspective on Ganesh Himal, Langtang Ri, Shisapangma and Kerung (Tibet) crests.
  • Witness ethnic societies and their living style.
  • Perspectives on Mt. Langtang Lirung, Ganesh Himal And the Tibetan Peaks
  • Staggering Tibetan Buddhists’ Culture
  • Regular Hot Spring at Tatopani Village
  • Nagthali Pass (3165m)
  • A place that is known for Snow Leopard and Dotted with Rhododendron Forest
  • Home Stay in Briddim Village

If you want to enjoy the Langtang region, but prefer to stay off the more commercialized routes, the Tamang Heritage Trail is the choice for you! This week-long trek leads you into the daily lives of the local Tamang villagers in an enriching cultural exchange. Most people trekking in Nepal overlook the cultural fascinations involved with trekking in the Himalayas. However, when they leave the trail, often it is the experiences with the locals that are highly cherished. The accommodation along this trail is in homestays. Surround yourself with the beautiful Tamang culture for a trekking experience of a lifetime.

The Tamang people’s ancestors came from Tibet years ago. They mostly practice Tibetan Buddhism, though some practice Hinduism as well. Throughout the trail, observe and take part in Tamang customs and rituals, while seeing their many Buddhist shrines. If you want, we can plan the itinerary to align with one of the many festivals in the area, which would be a fascinating experience. Enjoy traditional dances and cuisine while in a cheerful and joyous mood.

The Tamang Heritage Trail starts with a bus drive from Kathmandu to the foothills of the Himalayas – Syabrubesi. Move towards Gatlang Village, a picturesque settlement with stone architecture on a hilltop. Though tourism has brought change to these villages, it is for the better. Besides that, many of the traditional ways of life are still practised.

We visit Tatopani and move further to Thuman. There exists an ancient monastery with ornate wood carvings courtesy of the artful Tamang people. Check out the ruins in Rasuwagadhi and then move further to Briddim, a most marvellous village with a nice homestay facility. Hike up to Nagthali viewpoint (3165 meters), where the views of Langtang Lirung (7277 meters) and Ganesh Himal (7422 meters) take your breath away. From here, finish the loop trail in Syabrubesi to celebrate a successful trek before heading back to Kathmandu.

Throughout the trail, you may buy local handmade crafts and clothing items from the villagers. It is mutually beneficial to buy something, as it is a keepsake for you or your family, and it supports their livelihood and raises awareness for the Tamang people.

The Tamang Heritage Trail is part of Nepal’s Tourism for Rural Poverty Alleviation Programme (TRPAP). The purpose of the program is to bring tourist money into areas that are less well off than those along the more commercial routes. By trekking here, you are not only giving yourself a great lifelong memory, but you are also helping individuals and their communities.

Note that if you would like to combine the Langtang Valley Trek with the Tamang Heritage Trail, it is possible to do so. Just let us know your interest!

You can take the Tamang HeritageTrail all throughout the year. The best times to make the trip, though, are during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. These seasons provide the best weather and clearest skies, not to mention that during the springtime, beautiful flowers are in bloom. Third Eye Adventure Pvt. Ltd. handles the trek with complete management. If you have any questions about the trek, do ask!

Detail Itinerary



  • All transportation as per the itinerary including Airport transfers.
  • Two night’s accommodation with breakfast at tourist standard hotel in Kathmandu.
  • Three daily meals Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner during the trek.
  • All accommodation in the tea houses lodge during the trek.
  • A highly Experienced professional trekking guide with his food, accommodation, salary and insurance.
  • All permit such as Langtang national park and TIMS card.
  • Sleeping bag and duffel bag (to be returned).
  • First aid medical Kit.
  • Trekking map for a group and trekking achievement certificate.
  • Agency service charge and government Tax/VAT.
  • Farewell dinner after the completion of trek.


  • International Airfare and visa fees.
  • Personal travel insurance.
  • Major foods Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
  • Porter to carry your belongings during the trek (We provide porters on request extra charge is applicable)
  • All kind of beverages like water, cold/hot drinks
  • Personal trekking equipment and expenses.
  • Personal trekking equipment and expenses.
  • Hot shower, Battery charge, Wi-Fi during the trekking period.
  • Tips and gratitude to the staff.
  • Additional cost incurred by natural disaster and beyond our control e. g. weather, ilness, strike, landslide etc.

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Frequently Asked Questions.

What makes the Tamang Heritage Trek so special?

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Oh, the Tamang Heritage Trek is like an adventure into the heart of the Himalayas, where you’ll get to soak in the daily life of the amazing Tamang people. This 14-day journey kicks off with a scenic drive to Syabrubesi and takes you through breathtaking mountainous terrain. You’ll be rewarded with jaw-dropping views of the majestic Himalayas, and the best part? You’ll get to immerse yourself in the vibrant Tamang culture and traditions that thrive in the Langtang region. It’s like a magical journey that’s totally off the beaten path!

What to expect in the Tamang Heritage Trek?

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Picture this – a tranquil trail leading you deep into the heart of the Tamang hinterland and Langtang National Park. Green midlands and charming villages are where you can learn about the fascinating Tamang culture and even make friends with the locals. But that’s not all! The views are simply breathtaking, showcasing the Manaslu Massif, Ganesh, Langtang, and Jugal Himal. If you’re an adventurous and active traveler looking for something totally unique, this trek is the ultimate jackpot!

How is the Tamang Heritage Trail doing after the 2015 earthquake?

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You know, the 2015 earthquake was a tough one for the region, and some villages are still recovering. But here’s the thing – the Tamang Heritage Trail is now less crowded, so it’s like having a hidden gem all to yourself! It’s a chance to support the local communities who are making a comeback after the earthquake. Your trek will be a blend of adventure and responsible travel, making a positive impact as you go.

What's like in the Tamang settlements along the trail?

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Oh, it’s like stepping into a magical world of trade and cultural exchange! The trail runs between the Ganesh Himal and the Langtang mountain, where history is alive with local culture and festive activities. You’ll explore classic Tamang villages, preserving their traditional craftsmanship and culture. And guess what? The cherry on top is a chance to stay in a cozy homestay in the charming village of Briddim. And hey, the highest point on this trek is just 3600 meters, making it suitable for anyone who wants to experience the Himalayas without going too high.

How about amenities on the Tamang Heritage Trek?

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You’re in luck! Unlike some remote trails, this trek is well-set with lodging and food options throughout. It’s like a buffet of cozy guesthouses and delicious local food! And here’s the deal – the trail sees fewer visitors, so you won’t have to worry about missing out on a comfy bed at a guesthouse. You’ll find a spot for sure! But hey, if you wanna level up your experience and dive deep into the culture, consider hiring a guide. They can bring you closer to the local hosts and create even more memorable moments. And don’t stress about preparations; you can arrange everything in Syarbrubesi without a hitch!

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