Tamang Heritage Trekking is a classical cultural trekking in Langtang Region Trekking in Nepal. This trekking trail is one of the most spectacular trekking trails among the various exciting and adventurous trekking trails in Nepal. This trekking takes us to one of the most traditional settlements of Tamang People (one of the ethnic groups of Nepal) in Langtang region. We use this opportunity to experience their ancient culture and civilization. Mostly, these people are the followers of Buddhism. These people’s way of life and their cultural performances will astonish us.
Tamang Heritage Trekking is not only popular for cultural significance but this trekking also provides us an opportunity of witnessing magnificent mountain views including at the same time, trekkers can have insights of unique and endangered species of flora and fauna in Langtang National Park.
Tamang Heritage Trekking begins with Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing. This valley sightseeing takes us to UNESCO World Heritage Sites and imparts us cultural and historical insights from ancient times.
Then, we drive to Syabrubesi from Kathmandu via Trishuli Bazar and Dhunche. Syabrubesi is the starting point of this trekking. The road from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi is a country road traveling for 8-9 hours.
From Syabrubesi the trail ascends along Langtang River. We begin to capture lush and dense woods, high pasturelands and variety of vegetations. The trail is mild; not steep. Gradually, we get to Langtang Valley which is densely inhabited by Tamang people. On the way, we explore holy monasteries, stone inscriptions, prayer flags and so on. Most significant, trekkers will get to know Tamang people’s culture and civilization.
Imprisoning breathtaking views of snow-fed mountain peaks, we retract along the same trail to Syabrubesi and finally, we drive to Kathmandu along the same village road.
Langtang region along with Langtang Tamang Heritage trekking was largely affected by April Earthquake of 2015 but now this trail is safe to travel. The guesthouses and lodges are rebuilt and heritage sites are renovated. There is no such condition that the travelers have to be in the panic.