Tamang Heritage Langtang Trekking

Trip Overview
  • Duration 13 Days
  • Difficulty Level Moderate or Grade B (**)
  • DestinationNepal
  • Meals & AccommodationBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Trip Start & EndKathmandu-Kathmandu
  • Trip TypeTrekking
  • Major AttractionTamang Village and Culture
  • Maximum Altitude4700 Meters
  • Best TimeApril-May-June, September-October-November


  • Sacred Tibetan Cultures
  • Flora and fauna
  • Rare and Endangered Species
  • Tamang communities and their cultures
  • Woodlands and dense forest
  • Plateaued grasslands
  • Rhododendron trees and birds
  • Buddhist cultural values
  • Old and preserved monasteries
  • Parvati Kunda, a sacred lake
  • Cultural and traditional houses
  • Homestay in Tamang community 
  • Tamang foods and Hospitality
  • Stunning ice caved peaks
  • Local village and community
  • Glorifying panoramic view of the Himalayas
  •  Manaslu Massif
  • Ganesh Himal
  • Langtang peak
  • Jugal Himal

Tamang heritage paths over ridges through farmland, marshy grassland, subtropical forests, and highlands that offer magnificent views of snow-covered peaks.

It lies on the north side of Kathmandu valley, between the Ganesh Himal and Langtang peaks. It is not very far from a very easily reachable destination. Tamang valley is very close to the Tibet border. Therefore, Tibetan culture has influenced Langtang cultures and values. This region is full of wild beauty. It is naturally gifted. Apart from the urban area, it's delightful to feel nature and originality. 

Nepal is a mixture of different cultures belonging to 125 ethnic groups. Nepal represents its culture through songs, dress, language, foods, festivals, community-based ideologies, etc. 

Tamang heritage trek is a complete mixture of Tibetan cultures, typical Tamang norms, unique lifestyles, and antique villages. Tamang Heritage Trek is in the Rasuwa district. The government of Nepal introduced this trekking to promote and preserve Nepal's cultures and values. Among all other cultures and ethnicities found in Nepal, Tamang is one of the largest communities, about 6% of the overall population of Nepal.

Tamang Culture and Livelihood in Langtang

Tamang is the ethnic-cultural group from Nepal. Their settlement has been spread widely throughout the country. The village is full of the cultures of Tamang peoples. The people Tamang community place are unique, with different perceived norms and values from generation to generation. They value the rituals and ceremonies that they perform from Life to Death. About 90% of the Tamang are Buddhist. Their Language comes from the Tibeto-Burman originality, similar to other communities like Gurung. Their unique hospitality and livelihood make them one of the exciting communities of Nepal. Their cultural songs, dress, living style, and language polish their ethnicity and uniqueness. So, this trek provides you with a lifetime of different experiences. Despite all those rural life difficulties of the people living in this region, you'll also get to know their struggles in life. The house found in this place is the traditional type of stone made traditionally. The route to travel to this place is not so developed and off-road. The way may be rough and tiring, but we can pass by watching the paranormal of the Himalayas. The route offers you with picturesque mountainous landscape. As the region is hilly, there is dense forest. The forest is house to langur monkeys, bears, pandas, and endangered species like red pandas and bears. 

Tamang Heritage trekking is not a very popular destination among all the visitors in ordinary, but the choice you make to trek in this place is not disappointing. 

It is not a famous tourist destination; traveling the grassland, woods, passing various suspension bridges, and night stay with their cultural welcome inside their community is amazing. Fewer people are with this opportunity to feel and observe Tamang cultural values nearly. We can explore the daily life of the nomadic peoples of the village.

This place failed to grab the opportunity for development. There are not very famous hotels and facilities, but still, we can get proper accommodation. The local people of the place will take care of the guest. The people of this region have a unique style of offering services to their visitors. They perform their traditional dances and sing-song to welcome guests. They will introduce us to their beautiful village and explain their cultures. This trek is one of those inexperienced and must be needed. Such a natural and mesmerizing valley is gorgeous. The glimpse of the Himalayas, dense forest, flora and faunas, birds, and especially the warm hospitality of the Tamang culture are the most attractive features of this trek. 

This Tamang town trek begins with a 132km of Kathmandu valley that follows the tortuous and scenically exciting road to cross to the Dhotre Road, before turning up the Trishuli Nadi to Syabrubesi (lower Syabru), the starting of the trek. Tamang Village is an exciting place at the intersection of the Bhote Kosi and Langtang Khola; below the bridge becomes the Trishuli River. On the first-day trail, zig-zag upwards to a ridge and a walk to the viewpoint of the day. And then on the up to Gatlang, the largest Tamang village in the region. A relatively short day's trek along the ancient salt trade route from Tibet will take you to Syabrubesi. Next, we will proceed toward Tatopani from the Chilime Hydropower project. Tatopani is famous for its hot water bath. People come to this place to relax and relax in the hot water bath. Trekking to Tamang heritage site is all about Hiking via dense alpine foliage. We will come across the Tamang settlements. We will be surprised by the fantastic viewpoint of Ganesh Himal, Langtang, and Kerung. Passing through this scenic view feels like never returning. There is more to watch and enjoy as we move to Thuman. Next, we will be heading to Briddim. Briddim is a village of Tibetan origin. After six hours from Briddim, we reach Lama Hotel; we see the Langtang river. On the way, we will notice traditional water mills and walls of stones when moving to Langtang village. We will be offered breathtaking esoteric views of the Himalayas in Kyanjin Gompa. After the days we stay, we return to Lama hotel and Syabrubesi. The next day, We return to Kathmandu or another destination as planned.

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 Our Airport Representative will meet you at the Tribhuvan International Airport. A drop to the Hotel by private tourist vehicle arranged BY THE hOTEL. You can either take a rest or meet us at our office and know the detailed arrangement of the Trek. B&B at the hotel.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Free Day
  • 1320m

An early morning drive from Kathmandu to SyabruBesi, the starting point of the trek. The industry takes around eight hours and passes through rural lowland villages where you can observe the procession of an ordinary day. Scenic views of mountains and stretches of rolling hills also accompany you. Overnight stay at a lodge.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 1467m

The trek commences with a hike that ascends for more than an hour and passes through Goljung village with scenic views of the mountain ranges keeping company. Ganesh, Gosaikunda, Langtang Lirung, and many others form a chain along with the underlying beautiful Goljung valley from the viewpoint. After lunch at Goljung village, we make our way to Gatlang, the beautiful Tamang village with stone houses, where we enjoy the traditional and cultural practices of the locals. Overnight stay in a lodge.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 2238m

The trail descends to Thangbuchet, with the excellent company of mountain ranges in the backdrop. We stop for lunch here. The Chilime Hydropower dam is nearby. Crossing a suspension bridge, we climb to Tatopani, where you can enjoy bathing in the healing natural hot water springs. Overnight stay in a teahouse.

  • Teahouse
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 2607m

The trail ascends, passing through a dense alpine forest to Brimming, a small Tamang settlement. Further on, we walk for a few hours climbing to NagthaliDanda, where you can enjoy great views of Kerung, Ganesh, Langtang etc, and rest in the Gompa. We then move ahead to descend to Thuman, a traditional Tamang village with friendly and hospitable people. Overnight stay in a teahouse.


  • Teahouse
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 2338m

We walk along the flat terrain and descend to Timure, just a few hours' walk from the border to Tibet. Further down the trail, we reach the Tibetan Buddhist village of Briddim. Briddim’s unique Tibetan culture and hospitality make up for a pleasant stay. We enjoy our evening meal with the host family and take part/observe the local traditions, culture, and lifestyle. You may also participate in a traditional dance with the locals.


  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 2229m

Today’s journey is up and down through river banks and dense forests to Lama Hotel. First, we descend to GhopcheKhola and ascend through Rimche to fall again to the banks of Langtang River to reach the Lama hotel nearby. Overnight stay in a lodge.


  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 2470m

After breakfast, we move on through a trail along with dense forests that ascends to GhodaTabela. Views of Langtang Ri and the Langtang The village is magnificent from here. As we move to the Langtang Village, prayer flags, Chortens, and water mills welcome us. Overnight stay at a lodge.


  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 3430m

Leaving the village after breakfast, we move on through high pasture lands where yaks graze. Walking alongside the main walls and across wooden bridges, you can gain in elevation can be felt with the thinning air as we reach Kyanjin Gompa. Overnight stay in a lodge.


  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 3870m

The trail back to Lama Hotel is mostly downhill. We pass through lush forests and rivers and come across a Tamang settlement much influenced by the cultural practices of the Tibetans. The five-hour walk ends at Lama Hotel, where we stay for the night.


  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 2470m

As we descend through the stretch of green on this last day of the trek, we enjoy the scenic beauty of the hilly terrain while walking along the Langtang River. The easy trail through bamboo and rhododendron forests takes around five hours to reach Syabrubesi, where we get towards the afternoon and rest. Overnight stay in a lodge.


  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 1467m

It’s a scenic drive from Syabrubesi to Kathmandu. The journey takes over eight hours and passes small rural settlements which thicken once entering the periphery of Kathmandu. To celebrate the successful completion of the trip, Mountain Rock Treks has scheduled a dinner in a Nepali restaurant. You can also stroll around Thamel or head on for souvenir shopping in your free time.


  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Approx 7hrs
  • 1320m

We can arrange a drop from the hotel to the airport 3 hours before the scheduled flight in a private tourist vehicle. You can also opt for another package with us and move towards the next destination.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Free Day
  • 1320m

We are pleased to offer the flexibility of tailoring your journey to your desired duration and places, whether extended or shortened, as our proficient team of locals-cum-guides, porters, and accompanying staff have an in-depth understanding of every location traveled.

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Trip Map

Tamang Heritage Langtang Trekking map

Cost Details


  • Airport transfers - Pick up and drop
  • 2 nights' accommodation in Kathmandu on BB base
  • Entry permits fees to Shivapuri Wildlife Reserved and Langtang National Park.
  • One professional trekking guide as well as his necessary insurance fee, meals, and allowances
  • Three meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) while you are trekking
  • Accommodation in tea house while you are on trek
  • Ground transportation by public bus.


  • International airfare, Nepal Visa fee
  • Travel / medical insurance and emergency evacuation cost
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone calls, alcoholic beverages, donations, tips, etc

Essential Info

Travel insurance necessary for trekking in the Langtang

Yes, Travel insurance is very crucial if you are heading to the Langtang region. Nepal tourism board(NTB) has also given mandatory travel insurance for this permit. Our travel insurance includes both accidental insurance and medical insurance. 

Your insurance will facilitate you with helicopter rescue during illness, accidents, and altitude sickness. 

During the trek is it uncertain that anything might happen so for your safety it is always best to take travel insurance. Travel insurance ensures you safe traveling. While heading to the Langtang region you will enter many remote villages and unfacilitated areas in the local areas. The Earthquake of 2015 has created massive destruction in some areas of the Langtang region so, better to ensure yourself with the insurance. 

What kind of food and accommodation will be served when traveling to the Langtang region?

Mostly the locals of the Langtang region serve Nepali food set that includes Dal Bhat and curry of the organic vegetables grown on their vegetable farm. For breakfast, they serve you tea, juice, pancake, egg, potatoes, and others. 

For lunch dinner, You will be served mostly Nepalese cuisine Dalbhat. For trekkers, Dal Bhat is the best food that contains high calories and protein. Nepalese believe nothing can be healthier than Dalbhat. But for lunch, at your request, they will serve you western food items as well. They will provide you with pasta, noodles, spaghetti, some Indian items, and Tibetian items are also available. 

For drinks, tea, juice, coke, and hot drinks are also easily accessible in this region. While walking in the high mountains, water is the most important and necessary resource. On the journey, there are lots of freshwater resources and tap water. All you need is a water purifier and a purifier tab with you so you may filter whenever you want. Bottled water is also available along the journey at tea houses and small shops. At hotels, you may always replenish a bottle of water for free or for a little fee.

Accommodation facility in the Langtang region

The trekking trail to the Langtang region has many lodges and hotels. You will also encounter many tea houses. You usually trek from one village to the next, and there are usually enough lodges for a normal stay. Some of the hotels, provide clean and comfortable guestrooms with adjoining bathrooms. Although some standard hotels have common bathrooms, you may simply book a separate room.

 As you climb higher in altitude, you'll notice that the accommodations become more basic. There are usually twin basis rooms as well. In the room, there will be two single beds with mattresses, blankets, and pillows. After a long day of walking, trust me when I say that these accommodations will seem like a luxury.

In the lowest reaches of the Langtang valley, single rooms are available. However, at higher altitudes, the odds of finding a solitary room are slim, since the number of teahouses decreases as you go. You may not be able to find one even if you are ready to spend extra.

Do we need trekking permits in the Langtang region?

Yes, we need a permit for Langtang trekking. The Entry permit fee for foreigners is NPR 3390 including 13% of VAT. 

Langtang National Park contains trekking trails in the Langtang area. Foreign visitors must pay an entrance charge and receive a TIMS card to hike in the Langtang area.

Some tips about electricity and internet facility in the Langtang region

Although electricity is accessible during the walk, there may be a few power outages. Low-voltage lights are used in tea establishments. Despite the presence of power, some tea shops charge between USD 2 and USD 5 to charge your phones and batteries. As a result, if feasible, bring a power bank or a solar charger with you.

Having access to the internet on these trips to remote locations is considered a privilege. From Kathmandu to Syabrubesi, it is freely available; however, as you travel higher, availability gets more difficult and costs money. You will have to pay an additional fee. You can expect sporadic or non-existent Wi-Fi. Instead, buy a local GSM-operated SIM card in Kathmandu and utilize the GRPS by purchasing a mobile data pack, which may be less expensive.

What to do if I get caught with altitude sickness during the trek?

When your body is exposed to a greater elevation for a lengthy period, you will experience altitude sickness.

When people are traveling and rising or being moved to a higher level fast, altitude sickness is prevalent. The lower the air pressure and oxygen levels are, the higher you climb. Our bodies are capable of handling the change, but it will take time for them to acclimate. Preventing altitude sickness also requires staying hydrated. During your climb, drink plenty of water. Climb at a comfortable speed for you. It's also crucial to remember that even if you're taking acetazolamide, you might still experience altitude sickness. The drug will not help you if you already have symptoms. The only effective cure is to descend to a lower altitude.

When traveling to higher altitudes there is a very maximum chance of suffering from AMS (Acute mountain sickness).

So to prevent AMS, we will take two acclimatization breaks every thousand meters. We will trek at the higher altitude but sleep in the lower to cure this altitude sickness. If suffered from acute mountain sickness we will take rest immediately at the same place. We will drink more liquid to stay hydrated like soup and water to energize. If the case starts to get worsen we will have to take rescue by helicopter.

What should I pack for my journey?

The items and equipment that we will need to bring with us on the trek are listed below.


HAT: To keep the sun off your face, you'll need a decent, wide-brimmed trekking hat. The greatest styles are those that are lightweight, easy to carry, and cover the neck. The most important reason to wear a hat when hiking is to shield yourself from the sun.

HEADLAMP: Along with the hat, it's a good idea to bring a headlamp on the hike. A headlamp is a light that is worn on one's head. These gadgets are ideal for traveling and hiking since they operate without using your hands. When hiking, it's best to have your hands free so you can cope with anything Mother Nature strikes at you or retrieve your stuff. Trails may be difficult to navigate at night. Pebbles, tree roots, twigs, and even animals are commonly seen in these footsteps, which resemble an undiscovered maze. Any of these dangers can be deadly, and keeping your hand's free lets you catch yourself, move obstacles, race, or defend yourself against an irate rabbit on the track.

WOOLEN HAT: When you move to higher elevations you get a high chance of being caught by cold. So, it is suggested to carry a woolen hat with you for your protection. Not every hat is equally suitable for trekking so, it is safer to carry a woolen hat, in case you need it, it will be available with you. 

SUN PROTECTING HAT: Day during your trial can be sunny and the rays directly showered upon you. It will protect UV rays from entering your skin. We must be more careful regarding our heads and protect the scalp from sunburn and skin cancer. 

SUNGLASSES: As we move towards high altitude, the atmospheric layer becomes thinner which increases exposure to harmful rays because the capacity to filter these rays becomes less. Therefore, to protect your eyes from harmful rays we need to carry sunglasses.

RAINPROOF JACKETS AND TROUSERS: Hiking in the rain is always a possibility, especially between June and September (we strongly advise against walking in the region during these months). We recommend taking rain gear, ideally a gore-tex membrane hardshell jacket, as a precaution. When it comes to pants, a cheap pair of waterproof pullovers is usually sufficient.

T-SHIRT: It is recommended that you wear light clothing when trekking to minimize excessive perspiration and discomfort. During such journeys, a t-shirt is the finest option. Due to the significant variation in height and hence temperature, layering is an important part of the hike. If you can add and remove layers of clothing while hiking, you'll be able to readily adjust to the weather and be comfortable and safe. If you want to go trekking in the chilly winter months of December through February, carry some additional clothing.

DOWN JACKET: A down jacket is one of the most important purchases you'll make. Having the appropriate warm, insulating layer on a hiking or climbing trip may make or break your enjoyment level. Especially when planning a hike in the Everest region, a down jacket should be included on your packing list.

GLOVES: You should bring your gloves with you because they will protect your hands from sweat, extreme weather, and other inconvenient situations that could result in discomfort or injury.


  • THERMAL INNERS: Thermal inners serve as a barrier between your body and the chilly air outside. They reduce heat loss by trapping body heat. Use ones that are often composed of polyester or any other material that provides additional comfort and flexibility.


  • TROUSERS: A full-length pair of trekking trousers protect you from thorny plants, twigs, rocks, and other hazards by providing sturdy route protection. This has the benefit of allowing you to stroll quietly without being disturbed by rustling foliage, as well as getting close to animals without bothering them.



  • TREKKING BOOTS: Trekking boots are required since they are particularly developed to protect the foot and ankles during long-distance trekking. They are one of the most crucial aspects of trekking since they might influence a trekker's ability to travel long distances without being injured.


  • SOCKS: Blisters can be avoided by wearing hiking socks. A hiking sock, unlike a flimsy, stinky cotton sock, will not constantly rub against the back of your foot and will provide significant protection from friction generated by your shoe. The socks keep the feet at a steady temperature. On the foot, socks are extremely soft and comfy.


  •   TREKKING POLES: Trekking poles include your arms and shoulders into your stride, allowing you to employ stronger muscles to push yourself uphill and regulate your descent. As a result, the rate increases without the accumulation of leg pain.


  • FIRST-AID KIT: Every trekker should have a first-aid kit. During the trial, they assist you with any necessary therapy. As a result, we must carry it with us to reduce the danger of infection or damage severity. Burns, bruises, scratches, and cuts may all be treated with a well-stocked pack.


  • SLEEPING BAGS: Even though we will be staying in hotels with services, you should still take precautions and bring a sleeping bag with you. It is advised that you bring your sleeping bags with you on the path if you want to get the finest night's sleep possible.


  • PERSONAL BAGS: One thing you want to be assured of while embarking on an outdoor excursion is that you'll be comfy the entire time. This is especially true if you plan on hiking a long and arduous trail. The sort of hiking backpack you choose will have a big influence on how much fun you have on your expedition. If you're hauling a lot of stuff, you'll want a bag that evenly distributes the weight so you don't become fatigued too quickly.

Importance of passport and visa during the trek

When we go on a journey, the most important thing we need is a passport. At least one copy of our passport and visa is required. We will receive the visa before we arrive. To visit the Langtang area, you'll need a Nepal visa. You may get a visa on arrival at the main points of entry, but if you like to be prepared, you can apply for a Nepal visa ahead of time. You must carry your passport and two passport-size photographs with you at all times.

How are the guides, Potters, and Tipping systems in Nepal?

Our Langtang hiking guides and porters will be fully insured and informed about the entire Langtang region, not just Langtang trekking. Since the commencement of the Langtang region Trek, we have been assisting and promoting local people. We guarantee that we will provide you with excellent guides and skilled porters for your trekking trips in Nepal.

Local Guides are English-speaking individuals who will assist you on the trail for the duration. They will not be able to carry your luggage, but they will be able to answer your questions and give information about the area as you go. It is always recommended that you go with a guide. When traveling at a high height, you may have AMS; nevertheless, if you are unfamiliar with hikes, your guide will be extremely helpful.

Porters will just carry your stuff for you during the travel. They don't speak much English and won't be able to understand any questions you ask. You may move freely by bringing your porter with you, who will assist you in carrying your belongings.

Tipping will cost you ten percent of the entire bill. This ten percent is split between the guide and the porter, with 60 percent going to the guide and 40 percent going to the porter.


We are flexible with bookings, however, you must pay a 30% deposit when you confirm your reservation, with the balance required upon arrival. There are no hidden costs with us.

If you wish to join a group, you may learn more about the terms and conditions by contacting us.

All of our reservations are handled by Mountain Rock Treks & Expedition Pvt. Ltd. To reserve a package, fill out a Booking Form and return it to the business together with your deposits and insurance payment (if applicable). You will be required to pay a non-refundable deposit of 25% of the trip price at the time of booking for all trips. Once you arrive in Kathmandu and before the trip begins, you can pay the remaining balance.

The Company or its Agent should receive the non-refundable deposit. When scheduling a personalized vacation with the company, a larger deposit or full payment may be expected upfront. If a deposit is required in addition to that stated in this section, the firm will inform you at the time of booking. A bank transfer or a credit card deposit can be used to reserve a reservation (Visa or MasterCard).

Is a last-minute booking possible?

We are flexible with bookings, but last-minute cancellations are not refundable. You must pay the complete package fee to secure your spot on one of our Langtang area trekking trips at the last minute. We'll do our best to complete the task before the deadline. For the best experience, arrive in Kathmandu at least a day ahead of time. For further information, please contact us directly.

A Client's order cancellation must be submitted in writing and validated by the Company. The cancellation price is determined by the date the Company or its Agents receives the cancellation request. If you cancel your reservation at the last minute after it has been confirmed, you will forfeit the 25% deposit. You will be liable for the entire cost of the trip if you decide to cancel your trip after it has begun for any reason. We can't give you a refund once you've begun your adventure. It is strongly recommended that the Client purchase cancellation insurance at the time of booking.




  • Q1. Is the Langtang trek safe?

    This walk has no difficulties if you are merely fit because it starts at a low elevation at 1550.  There will be 4 to 7 hours of walking on average every day. There is no chance of altitude mountain sickness if the itinerary is followed, fresh, healthy meals are consumed, there is ample fluid intake, and you walk slowly.

  • The broad high meadows of Langtang provide summer habitat for a variety of ungulate species, including musk deer and Himalayan tahr. The park is also notable for its red panda, Himalayan black bear, snow leopard, wild dog, ghoral, serow, and more than 250 bird species.

  • The Tamang Heritage trek combines mountain adventure and Himalayan culture, with ancient monasteries, Tibetan stupas, and abundant, colorful prayer flags, as well as majestic waterfalls and breathtaking snow-capped mountain peaks such as Langtang Lirung, Langtang Kerung, the Ganjala Pass, Dorje Lakpa, and Ganesh Himal.

  • The months of September through November, as well as March through May, are thought to be the greatest for trekking in the Langtang region. Because of the mild temperatures and clear, beautiful bright days that allow for views of the mountains and forests while on the hiking trail, autumn and spring are always enjoyable times to go. One can also take this walk in December, January, and February to avoid crowds. Since they are winter months, it is best to be ready for chilly conditions, frost, and snow. Once more, if you don't mind hiking in the wet season, you can hike from June to August.

  • A moderate trek, the Tamang Heritage Langtang Valley Trek is suitable for individuals who can walk for 5 to 6 hours continuously, including uphill and downhill, while carrying a daypack. Some days are longer than others, requiring 7 or 8 hours of walking. Although the Tamang Heritage Langtang Valley Trip is a physically demanding high altitude trek, it can be completed with strong willpower, a positive attitude, and ordinary physical fitness. Sometimes the mind also has a significant impact on altitude. Although technical competence is not necessary for this walk, it is better to engage in some physical activity in the weeks before the trip.

  • The intermediate Langtang hike does not necessitate previous hiking experience or physical preparation. But you must be emotionally and physically ready for any difficulties and delays encountered along the way. You can start by working out before your walk if you want to make it easier.

  • You need a lot of things before you can go hiking. Your entire vacation experience will be impacted by the luggage you pack. And while purchasing any equipment, be sure that no concessions are made in terms of the quality or model.

  • On any of the treks in the Everest, Annapurna, or even the Langtang regions, no trekking permits are necessary. However, entrance payments are required to enter a national park or protected region.

    Hiking in the prohibited areas requires a trekking permit. The permits can be purchased at the immigration office in Kathmandu's Dillibazar district.

  • There will be a wide variety of foods available. For breakfast, tea shops will serve your preferred style of fried eggs along with pancakes, bread butter, roti, and other items.

    Additional foods include pizza, pasta, momo, chow mein, and a host of others. A traditional meal and beloved dish of Nepalis is dal bhat. Curry meats, lentils, chutney tomatoes, beans, and rice are all served together. The best part is that more help won't cost you any more! The dish is very nutrient-dense. You can use it to fuel long walks as well.

  • Yes, in specific places. However, trekking by yourself is strictly prohibited in the restricted area. You must trek with other people.

    Many people have truly loved walking alone in Nepal. There are benefits to solo hiking. You won't need to adjust to anyone else's schedule.

    If you choose, you are free to stick to your own schedule. Additionally, it's incredibly simple to navigate, particularly in areas without restrictions. The roads are comparatively straight and clearly marked.

    Nepal is absolutely safe for lone hikers. But you'll also need to be a little more cautious when traveling alone.

Client Reviews

  • planned our tour

    I visited the Tamang Heritage Trek for the first time with some buddies. The tour was made extremely interesting and unforgettable by Mr. Gopal, our guide. The group guide and

    porter helped carry our stuff and were quite amusing. Mr. Dipak, who was highly knowledgeable, planned our tour. Their familiarity with the area was very helpful. They were prompt in setting up the porters to bring us supplies and water while we were struggling on the final mile to Gosekunda Lake. We said goodbye like excellent friends. Try this trek if you enjoy having fun and being daring.

    BellaTaiwanJuly 18, 2022
  • Cultural Trip in Nepal

    Wonderful journey! I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it. The Tamang Heritage Trek, in particular, was fantastic! Our guides also taught us a lot about the culture of the villages. It was very culturally enriching and provided insight into the country.

    DanielGermanyMarch 18, 2022
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