Tamang Heritage And Langtang Valley

About Trip:

Tamang Heritage and Langtang Valley is just an excellent choice for you to explore the cultural and traditional aspects of people in the Himalayan region along with a scenic walk through the gorgeous valley, beautiful terrains, and waterfalls and snow-capped mountain viewpoints. It is a perfect blend of culture and nature. Langtang area was severely affected by Earthquake 2015, yet the spirit of the region is still intact. 

There are still some renovation and re-construction sites seen during the walk. Don’t miss a incredible walk through lush vegetation while passing charming villages and waterfalls towards the popular Langtang Valley to witness the grand view of Langtang range including Langtang Lirung (7234m), Langtang Ri (6427m), Naya Kanga (5844m), Dorje Lakpa (6966m), Gangchenpo (6387m), Yala Peak (5500m) and Tibetan range of mountains. 


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What to expect ?

Travelers can expect a fine heritage walk in the mixed tribal areas of Sherpa and Tamang people where the magnificent views of Himalayas shine while passing through the authentic villages and authentic Buddhist monasteries.


Day 1: Kathmandu to Syabru Besi (1,467m/4,811ft) 

Today is the first day of our trip and includes a long transfer from Kathmandu towards our starting point, Syabru Besi which itself is a small town of Tamang and Sherpa inhabitants. It will take about 8 hours to drive on the well-paved highway that twists and climbs over ridges of Trishuli River with the off-road quick ride after entering Langtang National Park before Dhunche.

Drive: 7 – 8 hrs | Accommodation: Local Teahouse | Meals: B, L, D


Day 2: Trek from Syabrubesi to Gatlang (2,238m/7,340ft) via Goljung 

Today is the first day of walking, and we go easy. Our climb steadily to the viewpoint hill and descend to Goljung Valley. Our destination lies in the hillside Tamang village surrounded by beautiful terrace fields. We shall visit turquoise Parvati Kunda Lake and Tamang Monastery to learn more about the people and their practice.

Walk: 5 – 6 hrs | Accommodation: Local Teahouse | Meals: B, L, D


Day 3: Trek from Gatlang to Tatopani (2,607m/8,550ft) 

After an enjoyable walk yesterday, today’s excitement of the walk is overwhelming with a fantastic view of waterfalls and scenic Langtang and Ganesh Himal range while passing through beautiful Thambucht and Pathihung Tamang settlement. If your muscles are aching or if you just wanted to have a really hot shower then today’s destination has all if it. “Tatopani” literally means Hot Water and you can take a hot bath in the natural hot spring.

Walk: 5.5 – 6.5 hrs | Accommodation: Local Teahouse | Meals: B, L, D


Day 4: Trek from Tatopani to Thuman (2,338m/7,668ft) via Nagthali (3,165m/10,381ft) 

Today is one of the best and scenic walk in this trip witnessing the magnificent Langtang, Tibetan and Sanjen range of mountain peaks along with a beautiful walk through colorful rhododendron & pine forest. The route passes through the most popular view-point — Nagthali Peak (3165m) which offers an amazing mountain vista and descent to mystic shamanic Thuman village.

Walk: 5 – 6 hrs | Accommodation: Local Teahouse | Meals: B, L, D


Day 5: Trek from Thuman to Briddhim (2229m / 7311 ft) 6 hours 

We begin after breakfast and walk to Timure village which is an old salt trade route to Tibet. It is only 3 km to the Nepal-Tibet border from here. We follow the Trishuli river and descend towards unique Z shaped Tibetan Buddhist village of Buddhism. The lifestyle of Buddhism is highly influenced by Tibetan living style and resembles their culture & traditions practice. We visit the old monastery and spend an evening enjoying the cultural performance by the local people.

Walk: 5 – 6 hrs | Accommodation: Local Teahouse | Meals: B, L, D


Day 6: Trek from Briddim to Lama Hotel (2560m / 8399 ft)

Now we begin to enter the mesmerizing Langtang Valley through the beautiful forest of rhododendron, pines, and bamboos where you may encounter exotic wildlife like langur, musk deer, red panda, etc. We ascend to small Sherpa village and continue to follow the trail until reaching Rimche and shortly after to Lama Hotel at the bank of Langtang River.

Walk: 6 – 7 hrs | Accommodation: Local Teahouse | Meals: B, L, D


Day 7: Trek from Lama Hotel to Langtang Valley (3430m / 11253 ft)

The trail in the morning goes steadily up passing through temporary settlements of herders and numerous chortens & mani walls. Our first stop at Ghodatabela is 3 hours and the occasional glance of Langtang Lirung (7227m) can be enjoyed during the walk. We continue to follow Langtang river and pace ourselves comfortably in wider trails as we approach the U-shaped glaciated valley of Langtang. We walk around the village and visit the old monastery in the evening.

Walk: 6 – 6.5 hrs | Accommodation: Local Teahouse | Meals: B, L, D


Day 8: Trek from Langtang Valley to Kyanjin Gompa (3830m / 12566 ft)

We can see the change in the landscapes and vegetation as we climb slowly through small settlement, yak pastures, chortens & prayers wheels capturing the fresh view of the Himalayas in front of us. It is rather a short walk to Kyanjin Gompa where we rest, relax and explore the nearby surroundings. We can visit the old monastery on the hill or the popular Yak Cheese Factory. It is a good idea to hike Kyanjin Ri Peak (4773) later in the day for acclimatization and to witness the fantastic 360-degree view of the Langtang range. 

Walk: 3 – 4 hrs | Accommodation: Local Teahouse | Meals: B, L, D


Day 9: Exploration Day at Langshisha Kharka / Tserko Ri Peak

We take this day to explore the Kyanjin Valley and its beautiful surroundings. In addition to the amazing view of Langtang Lirung (7245m), Langtang Ri (6370m), Dorje Lakpa (6966m), Gangchenpo (6388m) from Kyanjin Gompa, we walk up north to the moraines to see the spectacular ice faces and snow-deposit glaciers at Langshisha Kharka. We can even visit Tserko Ri (4984m) for 6-7 hours on this day (it is best to do one — either Kyanjin Ri and Tserko Ri to capture the awesome beauty of the Himalayas.) 

Walk: 6 – 7 hrs | Accommodation: Local Teahouse | Meals: B, L, D


Day 10: Trek from Kyanjin Gompa to Lama Hotel (2,340m/7,675ft) 

Now it is time to retrace the path we came into the valley. After enjoying the breakfast with the grand view at Kyanjin Gompa we slowly descend to Langtang valley and continue to Lama Hotel via Ghodatabela.

Walk: 6 – 7 hrs | Accommodation: Local Teahouse | Meals: B, L, D


Day 11: Trek from Lama Hotel to Syabru Besi (1500m / 4921 ft)

Today is our final walking day in the Langtang National Park towards our starting and ending point — Syabru Besi. After a short walk to Rimche, we choose the different route and start to descend through beautiful Bamboo and rhododendron forest following the Langtang River. Wild bee hives can be seen in the front hill across the river, which is popularly known as the “Psychedelic Honey of Nepal”. We descend through the green valley enjoying the awesome surrounding landscape and arrive at Syabru Besi for our last night accommodation. You have time to take rest or to walk around the village and we will have our last Langtang dinner later in the evening.

Walk: 5 – 6 hrs | Accommodation: Local Teahouse | Meals: B, L, D


Day 12: Drive from Syabru Besi to Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel

We start early in the morning after breakfast for a long drive to Kathmandu. You know it already! We will have our lunch at Trisuli and we will have another farewell and celebration dinner in the evening where we exchange our travel experience while enjoying the cultural show (or the next day if you feel tired and to be with yourself). 

Drive: 6 – 7 hrs | Accommodation: Hotel | Meals: B, L, D

Cost Details

Price Include:
  • All Arrival and Departure Airport Transfer
  • Experienced License Holder Guide, Carrying Staffs, Assistant Guide, Support Staff, Sherpa including their salary, accommodation, transportation, food, flight and insurance
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Tea/Coffee and seasonal fruits (as mentioned in itinerary)
  • Best suited local teahouse and tents accommodation (private or shared basis)
  • All Grounded Transportation while trekking (Private Vehicle)
  • All Necessary Local and Langtang National Park Permit
  • Complimentary Sleeping Bag, Down Jacket (if you don’t have any; return after use)
  • Comprehensive First Aid Kit (bring your personal medication, if have any)
  • Trekking Map and Adventure Certificate
  • All applicable fees, local taxes and government taxes
Price Exclude
  • International Flight Fare /Nepal Visa Fee
  • All Drinks expenses (Water/ Soft & Hard/ Beer/Juice) during trekking
  • Personal Expenses like Phone Calls, Laundry, Battery Charging, Shopping, Hot Shower, Internet Use, Additional Carryin Staff Support etc
  • Cost arises due obstruction and delay on the programmed itinerary due natural, social & political causes (reason beyond control)
  • Tips of Gratitude for Crew Members
  • Meals, Drinks and Accommodation in Kathmandu
  • Sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley
  • Unforeseen accidents, Delays, Loss, Damage, Travel Insurance
  • Any other items besides mentioned in Service Provided Section

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Where to meet ?

We will provide you meeting location after reservation is confirmed.


Allow cancellations with full refund up to 7 days before the tour start date.

Trip Notes

Mandatory TRAVEL INSURANCE above 2500m/8202ft

ANY kind of Insurance Plan i.e. Travel Insurance or Health Insurance or any other kinds of assurance or guarantee of compensation is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for any unforeseen mishaps during the traveling to reduce the possibility of heavy or sometimes shocking expenses. It is best to buy the Insurance which could normally cover any Kinds of Sickness, Injury or Death, Medical Expense Coverage up to +5500m, Emergency Evacuation Coverage (for emergency evacuation expenses like helicopter rescue, airlifts, and medically equipped air-transport), Adventure/Hazardous Sports extending the medical coverage.


What about physical fitness and prior experience? 

No matter what it is always to be physically fit. If there are any prior health-issues then you should tell us before the trip otherwise you don’t need to have a perfect fitness level and prior experience for chasing your dream trip. A normal day is 5 – 6 hours of walking and even up to 7-8 hours on some day in high elevation. We arrange our trip to suit the average standard traveler with average (or No) fitness or experience with additional rest & acclimatization days, and building their confidence, monitoring the progress and precautions for high altitude sickness. Just don’t think too much about it. Let go of the worries and slowly & steady will wins the race!


What to Eat and Where to Sleep during trekking?

We know that you would not expect fancy or luxurious accommodation during the trekking as most of them are just basic sleeping arrangements with basic amenities & facilities. Meals are served on these teahouses/homestay and as the elevation rises the number of items of food can be limited without many varieties. 


What gear and equipment do you need?

Walking Boots (rainproof with ankle support and spare laces)

Lightweight Rubber Shoes/ Sandals

Medium Sized Rucksack and Daypack for personal items

Warm socks (4 to 5)

Long Hiking Trousers (3)

Long Sleeve Shirt (3 to 4)

Fleece Jacket or Pullover (1)

Wind/Rain Protection Jacket (light wind-stopper)

Double Layered Gloves (warm and water-proof)

Thermal Underwear (Lower and Upper Body)

Umbrella or Rain Poncho (1)

Warm Hat (cover both ears)

Neck Scarf or Bandana (useful for sun or dust)

Chapstick/ LipCare and Suncream (UV protected)

UV protected sunglasses

Flashlight (w/ spare batteries)

Quick Drying Towel (1)

Down Jacket (1)

Sleeping Bag (1)

Trekking poles (optional)

Gaiters (optional)

Water Bottle, Water Filter or Purification Tablets

Water Purifying Tablets

Personal medical supplies (if have any)


 Available Dates — Your Expected Date for this Adventure! 

We have multiple departure dates of this trip and we shall create a booking page with the departure date upon your wish you can go solo private trip or with a group. 


SAFETY CONCERN and Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS)

Uncertain factors like changeable weather conditions, health condition of a group member, breakdown, possible strikes, unforeseen natural disasters, etc can contribute slight changes in the given itinerary. Higher the altitude, the lesser the oxygen in the air and our body constantly need to adapt to the less-oxygen environment as the trails ascend. Some of the quick symptoms include headache, loss of appetite, dizziness, vomiting, loss of balance, etc and needed swift attention. Drinking plenty of fluids (2-3 liters of water/hot fluid per day), avoiding caffeine & nicotine, adequate rest & sleep, a gradual gain of elevation are basic things we consider to prevent altitude sickness. Safety is a major concern while organizing outdoor and adventure plans. During those circumstances, we try to ensure the best possible itinerary of the plan but we shall also request you to be a bit flexible to run it smoothly.


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