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Tamang heritage trail

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Langtang Region is the most proximate trekking destinations located only 130 km north east of Kathmandu in the Rasuwa district of Nepal, bordering Tibet, wearing snow capped mountains like Langtang Lirung (7,245 m) on the north, the highest of the region, Yala Peak (5,520 m) with Jugal Himal and Dorje Lhakpa (6,989 m), Ganja la pass (5,122 m) to the south making it a handsome and adventurous trek at the same time. Lang tang region holds the inexplicable beauty of Tibetan highlands, snow-clad mountains, majestic lakes such as Gosainkunda (4,380m), Parvatikunda and Dudhkunda.The scenic beauty of the region is just one side of the coin because the Tamang Heritage Trail, which is an inseparable part of the region providing an opportunity to explore and get insight into the very old Tamang culture, lifestyle, livelihood, craftsmanship, costumes and their uniquely built stone houses.

Langtang Lirung Langtang derived its name from Langtang Lirung, subrange of Nepalese Himalayas, its highest peak which was first summited by Seishi Wada and Pemba Tshering in 1978 Japanese-Sherpa Expedition.The region is famous among amateur summiteers due to the availability of a range of peaks to get a taste of Himalayan mountain ranges like Yala peak.The mountains here serve as a natural training camp for rock climbing and ice climbing. 

Langtang National Park Langtang region is maintained and protected as Langtang National Park since 1976, exceeding on an altitude of 6450 m extending in 26 different VDCs of Rasuwa, Nuwakot and Sindhupalchowk district with a total area of 1710 sq.km.The region has summer southwest monsoon climate, with precipitation from June to September, spring with warm days and cool nights in October to November and April to May but clear, mild days and frozen nights from December to March.The national park is famous for high flying birds, the endangered red panda feeding on dense bamboo forests, migratory birds, deers, monkeys and tahr. The national park is also rich for its freezing lakes like Gosainkunda, Parbatikunda and Dudhkunda formed by at least 70 glaciers . 

Although the Langtang Trek takes us to the Tibetan Highlands, do not mistake the Tamang people for Tibetan as they look alike because they are but, of course the descendants of Tibetan, with the originality and purity of Nepalese heart,art and culture, which evidently comes to ones understanding through the live statements the lifestyles,dress code, Tamang houses influenced by Tibetan style.

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Langtang and Tamang Heritage Trail 

Itinerary

 

Day 1.   Arrival and Transfer to hotel

Day 2.   Drive to syabrubesi 1460m

Day 3.   Trek to gatlang 2238m

Day 4.   Trek to tatopani 2607m

Day 5.   Trek to nagathali 3165m

Day 6.   Trek to briddhim 2229 m

Day 7.   Trek to syabru besi 1460m

Day 8.   Drive to kathmandu1350m

Day 9.   Free day

Day 10  Final Departure

 

Duration 10days: (3 nights hotel in Kathmandu, 6 nights tea houses)

 

Note: The itinerary can be customized according to your duration of holiday. For price and further information contact us.

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Hotels in Kathmandu  B/B plan.

Arrival and Departure transfers.

Domestic Flights.

Twin sharing rooms / Tent accommodation (if necessary)

Accommodations in tea houses  B/B plan.

National Park Entry Fee, Necessary trekking permits and documents.

Rescue assistance.

First aid kit, PAC bag.

Trekking guide, Climbing guides / Asst guides & Porters.

Food, Insurance and salary for trekking staffs.

 

Travel insurance.
International flights.
Lunch / Dinner in Kathmandu.
Personal expenses (All drinks, shopping).
Tour guide including entree fee.
Tips for the staffs expected but not compulsory.
Extra accommodation in Kathmandu which is not mentioned in itinerary.

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Trip Fact

  •   Destination:Nepal
  •   Duration: 10 Day(s)
  •   Price: $
  • Maximum Height: 3165mm

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