Trip Details

  • Destination: Nepal
  • Trip Difficulty: Moderate
  • Trip Style: Home Stay Tour & Trek
  • Transport: Private Vehicle / Tourist Bus
  • Food: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
  • Accommodation: Hotel + Tea House Lodge
  • Group Size: 1
  • Max Elevation: 3135 m


  • Entire trail accompanied by Ganesh Himal and Langtang Himal Range
  • Short and sound trek to reach Taruche View Point at 3700m / 12,139 ft with collaborative view of Ganesh Himal (7,422m/24,350 ft) , Kabang Ri (6717m/ 22,037ft), Gang Benchen (7281m/23,888 ft), Langtang Ri (7205m / 23,638 ft), Langtang Lirung (7,227m/ 23,717 ft) Langtang II (6596m / 21,640 ft )
  • Solely focused on Tamang culture, lifestyle, tradition, houses, skills, customs, rituals
  • Observe Old Monasteries, Parvati Kunda (Lake), rivulets, weaving, wood carving
  • Wandering through Langtang National Park
  • A showcase of diverse vegetation, flora and high probability to encounter wildlife
  • Part of Tourism for Rural Poverty Alleviation Program

7 Days Tamang Heritage Trail is the short trekking route through the Tamang villages which carries the ancient culture and tradition. Tamang Heritage Trail enables trekkers to explore Tamang culture, be close to Tamang people as well as wander around the Langtang National Park area. Just as the name suggests, this trail mainly focuses on Tamang Heritage and culture accompanied by the natural beauty from flora, fauna to panoramic mountain view.

What does Tamang stand for?

Tamang is one of the 59 indigenous people recognized by the Nepal Government. The term Tamang is derived from two words: Ta which means horse and Mang which means rider or trader. It is assumed that they were connected with the business of horse-trading or riding. Tamang has its own distant language, culture, customs, rituals, and lifestyle. Tamang having their own language, culture, dress, social structure, they also have over 100 sub-clans. Tamang mostly follows Buddhism as their religion and their language comes from the Tibeto-Burman Language family. Following the Tibetan calendar of the 12-year cycle, their typical song-dance including humor, wit, satire, joy, and sorrow is famously known as Tamang-Selo. Their major musical instrument id Damphu, a small round drum covered with goatskin. Sonam Loshar is their main festival celebrated in February – March and Buddha Jayanti. Tamang community is mostly found in the middle hilly region to the Himalayan range of Nepal.

History of Tamang Heritage Trail

Tamang Heritage Trail covers the ancient settlements of the Tamang community. Tamang Heritage trail used to the main route for traders in the past. The traders of Nepal and Tibet used the trail to barter the necessary goods. Tibetan traders used to provide the meat of Mountain goat whereas traders of the south supplied salt and other foodstuffs to them.

The cooperation and activities between the villages of Tamang Heritage Trail and Tibet can still be seen among the settlements and locals of the village. The cultural artifacts of Tamang highly reflect the influence of Tibetan culture, styles, and architecture.

Tamang Heritage Trail Trek

Tamang Heritage Trail is just of 7days which requires less effort yet amaze you with cultural and natural beauty. The trek is perfect for the new trekkers who have no experience of hiking or trekking in higher elevation. And the experienced one can highly enjoy the authentic experience along with nature. Some of the trekkers trek this trail to prepare themselves for higher elevation trek in Langtang Region Trek such as Langtang Ganja La Pass Trek, Gosaikunda Lake Trek - 8 days. Also, they combine other trekking packages with Tamang Heritage Trek as Nepal Adventure Team customizes trekking packages as per your desire and flexibility.

7 Days Tamang Heritage Trail journey begins upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu followed by the 6-7 hours long drive to Syabrubesi in next day. 7 Days Tamang Heritage Trail focuses on exploring and experiencing the rich traditions, culture, age-old lifestyle, settlement architecture, and Langtang Region Trek. The trail is decorated not just with natural beauty but with cultural artifacts as Chortens, prayer flags, monastery, and mani walls. Prayer flags are of different color representing the teachings of Buddha and containing prayers. It is believed that the wind takes the prayer to almighty. Likewise, mani walls/stones are the prayers inscribed in stones/walls. Trekkers pass through numbers of Tamang villages as Goljung, Gatlang, Chimilie, Tatopani, Nagthali, Thuman, Bhriddim, Kyangjin Gompa. A short trek provides the mesmerizing experience of valleys, hills, ridges, culture, and lush jungle along with the exclusive view of the Ganesh Himal range, Langtang Himal range, and a few hills and peaks of Tibet.

Outline Itinerary

  • Day 1Arrival day in Kathmandu ( 1350m / 4264 ft )
  • Day 2Kathmandu to Syabrubesi (1550m/5100 ft ), 6-7 hours drive
  • Day 3Syabrubesi to Gatlang (2200m/5100 ft), 4-5 Hours
  • Day 4Trek to Nagthali (3165 m/ 10,384 ft) via Chilime and Tatopani
  • Day 5Trek to Thuman (2338m/7, 671 ft) via Tarcuche Viewpoint (3700m/12,139 ft)
  • Day 6Trek to Syabrubesi (1550m/5085 ft)
  • Day 7Syabrubensi to Kathmandu - 5/6 Hours
  • Day 8Finale Departure

What's Included

  • All transportation by private vehicle and local bus to Syabrubensi
  • Accommodation 2 nights hotel in Kathmandu and 5 nights teahouse lodge during the trek
  • Welcome and farewell dinner at a Nepali typical restaurant at Kathmandu
  • Breakfast at Kathmandu and full meals during the trek
  • An experienced trekking guide, assistant guide, Sherpa/porters and their salary, insurance, equipment, food, and lodge
  • Company T-shirt and Trekking Map 
  • All required permits
  • First aid medical kit
  • All government VAT and Local Taxes 
  • Nepal visa fee
  • International flight ( airfare)
  • Extra drinks as alcoholic and non-alcoholic
  • Personal expenses as phone bill, chocolate, bakery and cake, battery charge, laundry, hot shower and extra porter
  • Extra accommodation and meals behind schedule
  • Travel and rescue insurance
  • Tips to guide and porters