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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

Tamang Heritage and Langtang Valley Trek

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 marvelous 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 Heritage Trail 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!

Difficulty on Tamang Heritage Trail

The Tamang Heritage Trek is a unique blend of natural beauty, and cultural immersion, with a moderate level of physical challenge. It requires no specialized technical skills or earlier trekking experience but requires physical fitness and stamina, which can be built through various activities like cycling, short hikes, or regular exercise. To start this trek, it is important to be in good health and have a positive mindset.

Acute mountain sickness (AMS), occurs when the body has problems adapting to reduced oxygen levels at higher altitudes. In the case of the Tamang Heritage Trek, the risk of altitude sickness is generally low compared to treks in more elevated regions like Everest or Annapurna. Staying hydrated is key to combating altitude-related issues, and it is advisable to walk at a moderate pace and avoid sudden, strenuous exertion.

People under 40 can easily complete this trek with proper acclimation and planning. but people over 40 can get problems due to continuous ups and downs during the trial. With proper preparation, you can embark on this enchanting journey at lower altitudes without the constant worry of altitude sickness.

How Tamang Heritage Trail have China and Budddsim Influnce?

The Tamang Heritage Trail is a culturally rich trail that showcases the cultural influences of China and Buddhism. The Tamang people, who live along the trail, have a history of interaction with Tibetan and Chinese cultures due to their connectivity to the Tibetan border. As a result, certain aspects of Chinese culture have been incorporated into the Tamang way of life. Traditional Tamang houses are often built with designs that are influenced by Tibetan and Chinese styles. They have detailed woodwork, slanted roofs, and decorative windows and doors.

The Tamang cuisine also reflects Chinese influences, with dishes like momo (dumplings) and thukpa (noodle soup) being popular among the locals. These dishes are often served in tea houses along the trail, allowing trekkers to taste these delightful flavors. Buddhism is a predominant religion among the Tamang people, with numerous monasteries, chortens (stupas), and prayer flags adorning the landscape along the trail.

Festivals celebrated by the Tamang people, such as Losar (Tibetan New Year), showcase traditional dances, rituals, and ceremonies. The Tamang language has been influenced by Tibetan, with similarities in their scripts and linguistic elements.

What to Expect on this Trek

Traditional Tamang Village:

The Tamang Heritage Trek takes travelers through traditional Tamang villages, providing unique insights into the local community’s daily life. These villages are a highlight of the trek, showcasing the rich cultural heritage of the Tamang people, known for their hospitality and preservation of traditions.

Warm Hospitality:

The Tamang Heritage Trek is a remarkable journey that highlights the warmth and hospitality of the Tamang people. The trek offers warm welcomes, engaging conversations, cultural exchanges, festivals, and language learning. The Tamang people are curious and excited to teach visitors about their interesting culture. They are willing to teach basic phrases in their language, making the trek a heartwarming exploration of human connection. 

Scenic Beauty:

The Tamang Heritage Trek offers an awe-inspiring trek with towering peaks and different landscapes. The trek includes the majestic Langtang Lirung, Ganesh Himal, and Dorje Lakpa Peak. Beyond the peaks, the trek offers lush green valleys and terraced fields, providing a sense of serenity and connection with nature. The journey through pristine forests is a highlight, offering a sanctuary for the diverse flora and fauna and a deep appreciation for the wonders of the Langtang region in Nepal.


This trek offers a unique experience of staying with local Tamang families on homestays, providing a glimpse into their culture and customs. The homestays offer a warm embrace of their way of life, allowing for cultural exchange and testing traditional Tamang meals,  made with fresh ingredients. You can witness their customs, traditions, and way of life up close, participating in traditional rituals, sharing stories, and participating in local dances.


The Tamang Heritage trek provides a unique opportunity to explore the spiritual heritage of the Tamang community through sacred sites like Buddhist monasteries and chortens. Buddhist monasteries, also known as gompas, are serene retreats with intricate woodwork and colorful murals that tell the stories of Buddha’s life and teachings. They provide a sense of tranquility and grounding, while chortens, distinctive stone structures in the Himalayas, are believed to be spiritual energy repositories. Engaging with monks can lead to enlightening conversations. Incorporating these spiritual encounters into your trek adds a layer of cultural enrichment and provides a deeper appreciation for the spiritual heritage of the Langtang region.

View from Nagthali:

Nagthali, a high ridge, offers an awe-inspiring view of the Langtang region. At 3,165 meters, it offers a panoramic view of the Langtang mountain range, including iconic peaks like Langtang Lirung, Ganesh Himal, and Dorje Lakpa. The ridge’s lush green valleys contrast with the rugged terrain at higher altitudes, offering a glimpse into the Tamang communities’ deep connection to the land. The pristine forests surrounding Nagthali also provide a space for pause and reflection, connecting with the environment and the natural world. The view from Nagthali on the Tamang Heritage Trek is a wonderful experience. It allows trekkers to feel the beauty of the Langtang area and make unforgettable memories.

Who can trek the Tamang Heritage Trek?

The Tamang Heritage Trek is a moderately challenging adventure that is suitable for most people who are reasonably fit and enjoy walking. The trek does not require experienced trekkers, being in good health and having physical stamina are essential for the trek. The landscape can vary, with some areas having gentle uphill ascents and others having enjoyable downhill descents. Therefore, being reasonably fit will ensure your comfort and improve your enjoyment of the trek. Although It’s not necessary to be an experienced trekker, you must be in good physical condition as you have to to walk for several hours each day. As this trek includes climbing up and down, it is not recommended for those who are older than 60.

What are the sim options on the Tamang Heritage Trial?

In the Tamang Heritage Trek, you have two sim options that offer mobile network coverage, one is Nepal Telecom (NTC) and the other is Ncell, which provides calling, text messaging, and data services. NTC is preferred by trekkers and locals due to its broader coverage and stable network, especially in remote areas. NTC has expanded its network to serve trekkers and local communities, ensuring better connectivity and reliable service. Ncell is also available, but coverage may be less consistent in remote areas. NTC is the recommended choice for a reliable and hassle-free communication experience during the trek. NTC SIM cards can be purchased in Kathmandu or other major cities before starting the trek.

Why Trek Tamang Heritage Trial with Third Eye Adventure?

Our trustworthiness is evident in the growing number of trekkers who choose to journey with us. Till now, we have led many trekkers on the trek, and they are all well satisfied with us. Last time, we took 19 people in a group, and after that, we led 35 people. Here are some of the reasons why you should trek the Tamang Heritage Trail with Third Eye Adventure:

  • Expert Guides: Our trekking guides are very knowledgeable about the areas they work in, and they make sure our clients have a genuine and immersive experience. Our guides are well known for their diverse cultures and traditions. They make sure that the journey of trekkers is not only a physical test but also an educational exploration of the region’s history, traditions, and way of life.
  • Safety: Our commitment to safety is centered on providing a worry-free trekking experience. Our experienced and certified guides are the backbone of our safety measures, with expertise in first aid and emergency response protocols. We monitor weather conditions and make informed decisions to avoid risks. Our safety is our collective responsibility, and we take this commitment seriously. 
  • Customized Itineraries: We customize itineraries to suit your interests and fitness levels, ensuring a fulfilling journey. We also consider the fitness level of trekkers, customizing the intensity and pace of the trek to match the trekker’s capabilities. We aim to give people a customized itinerary that matches their preferences, whether they want an exciting and intense activity or a relaxed and enjoyable tour of beautiful scenery and different cultures.
  • Responsible Tourism: Our trekking company is committed to sustainable practices, not only offering thrilling adventures but also supporting local communities through responsible tourism, local guides, and cultural exchanges. We minimize environmental impact by adhering to Leave No Trace principles, promoting responsible waste management, using reusable products, and energy-efficient practices. We also support conservation initiatives in our operating areas.
  • Friendly Environment: Our company aims to create a friendly environment for trekkers, providing a “home away from home” experience. Our dedicated team assists you every step of your journey, ensuring you never feel alone or homesick. Our treks often bring people from different backgrounds, fostering new friendships and cultural exchanges. We aim to make your trek not just a physical journey but a haven of friendliness, support, and a sense of belonging.

 About Last Minute Booking For Tamang Heritage Trail

We also provide last-minute bookings for trekkers willing to trek at the last minute. All you have to do to make a last-minute booking is contact us within 24 hours and pay all the costs of the trekking plan. At the last minute, you’ll also get much enjoyment and can experience every moment. The members of our team will quickly make the required preparations to ensure a smooth and pleasurable trek. Even at the last minute, you’ll get the same level of service, commitment, and experience that our regular trekkers enjoy.  It’s an opportunity to embrace the unknown and immerse yourself in the moment without extensive planning. 

Price for essential items on Trial

  • Price for Food:  During the trek, you’ll get delicious meals to keep you energized, with meals generally costing between $5 and $8 for one time.
  • Price for Hot shower: After a day of trekking, a hot shower can make you relaxed, generally costing around $3.
  • Price for hot drinks: During the trek, you can have hot water at reasonable prices averaging around $1.
  • Price for Wifi: During the trek, you need to connect with your relatives and loved ones, and every time Sim might not work, staying connected with Wifi will help you, which generally costs $2.5.

Major Attraction Village during the Trial

  1. Gatlang: Gatlang, a hidden gem on Nepal’s Tamang Heritage Trek, offers a unique blend of unspoiled beauty and authentic culture. Despite its underdevelopment, Gatlang’s warmth and commitment to preserving the Tamang way of life make it a memorable experience. Despite its lack of modern amenities, Gatlang’s simple lodges and tea houses provide a genuine connection to the natural beauty. Gatlang is known for its unique architecture and traditional daily activities, including yak and sheep herding and subsistence farming. The village is surrounded by tall pine, spruce, and fir trees, and is home to Nepal’s national flower, rhododendron.
  2. Tatopani: Tatopani, a charming village known for its healing hot springs, is situated in an amazing setting surrounded by terraced farms, verdant hills, and forests. The village offers cultural encounters with the Gurung, Magar, and Thakali communities, providing a deeper understanding of the diverse cultures in the region. Tatopani offers various trekking amenities, including guesthouses, teahouses, and small restaurants, making it an ideal place to recharge before continuing your trek. 
  3. Nagthali: Nagthali offers breathtaking panoramic views and a serene atmosphere. Its scenic Vantage Point, located at 3,150 meters, offers a 360-degree view of the surrounding landscapes. Nagthali is a serene haven for trekkers, offering a peaceful environment to relax and connect with the natural beauty. It also offers basic teahouses and lodges for rest and overnight stays. Nagthali is often included in trekking itineraries along the Langtang Valley trek and Tamang Heritage Trail, offering an accessible and rewarding trek.

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Altitude Chart

S.N Place Altitude
1 Kathmandu 1400m
2 Syabrubesi 1550m
3 Gatlang 2300m
4 Tatopani 2600m
5 Nagthali 3165m
6 Timure 1983m
7 Briddim 2230m2

Accommodations on the Tamanag Heritage Trek

During the Tamang Heritage Trek, you’ll find various accommodation options, including tea houses, guesthouses, lodges, and homestays. Tea houses are family-run lodges with basic amenities, while guesthouses offer more extensive facilities. Lodges, part of established trekking networks, provide meals, hot showers, and relaxation areas. Homestays offer a unique cultural experience with local families. Accommodations may vary from village to village, with basic amenities in remote areas. To ensure a comfortable stay, check in advance or consult a trekking agency.

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!

What are the highlights of the Tamang Heritage trek?

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The Tamang Heritage Trek highlights include a unique cultural experience in the Langtang region, including immersing in the Tamang culture, exploring scenic landscapes, visiting authentic Tamang villages, enjoying hot springs, visiting Langtang National Park, visiting spiritual sites, enjoying local cuisine, crossing the  Bridge, visiting Gosaikunda Lake, and participating in local festivals.

What should I pack for the Tamang Heritage Trek?

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A first aid kit, comfortable trekking boots, a backpack, a sleeping bag, toiletries, and appropriate clothing for the unpredictable weather should all be packed. Your trekking agency will provide you with a detailed packing list.

What's the level of difficulty for the Tamang Heritage trek?

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The Tamang Heritage Trek is considered to have a moderate difficulty level. It requires some acclimatization and a good level of fitness because it includes some walking uphill and downhill.

Do I need a special permit for the trek?

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 No, special permits are not required. You’ll need permits, which are essential for all trekking routes. You’ll require two permits: a Langtang National Park entry permit and a TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System) card. You can obtain these permits in Kathmandu.

Can I trek independently, or do I need a guide and porter?

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Although it is possible to trek independently, it is highly recommended to hire a  guide and porter. Porter will help you to carry your backpack, and the guide will assist with directions, and provide knowledge about the history and culture of the region.




Amazing trip! Despite our road drive was cancelled due to weather on the first day , our guide Sudip bent over backwards to make sure we always felt comfortable and taken care of. Sudip was always perfectly positive, no matter how many times our plans changed or how many times we asked “how much further”. Special thanks to the Ganesh the owner of the third eye adventure for providing the awesome Guide for me !!!!!!!!!!!

Guided by: sudip



I went on a Tamang heritage trek with guide Sudip, and his brother prabin, who was my personal porter.

Sudip is a very cheerful and chatty guy, his energy during the trek was amazing to uplift the mood. Despite he’s tired himself, he always put in his 101% effort to make the trek enjoyable. He seemed like a social butterfly that he was good with all of the tea house hosts and I could tell he’s someone approachable. We all also had interesting conversations and I liked it that he would share with me about the mountains and culture around me.

prabin, despite being a personal porter, he also put in a lot of heart work, more than his role and looking out for me (safety and well being wise). Despite someone reserved and quiet by nature (I think), he also tried to have small conversations and I could imagine him being courageous to step out of his comfort zone (even it being his very first time with trekking guest). I thought he already did great and I hope he will have more of such opportunities while enjoying future treks. In fact, I don’t feel he’s a porter but like a second guide – this was how dedicated in his service too.

Overall, I appreciated both of their services in ensuring my safety and well-being – both being very dedicated in their roles and attempted going above beyond. I also thankful to third eye adventure for making my journey wonderful.

Bence Kulifay


Ganesh made it possible to fully experience the life of locals in the mountains.
It was an as real and as exciting experience as it can be. I met wonderful people, the experience changed my perspective on many things and I will never forget this.

He set the trekking pace and difficulty to my current capabilities. The sense of achievement and the scenery was wonderful when we reached the top of the mountain.
He was very thoughtful, informative and fun.

Although it’s naturally a client – agency situation, honestly I felt like travelling with a good friend or a brother.

Thank you so much Sir! I wish you and your company excellent success for the future!

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