Tamang Heritage Trek is Tibetan influenced frontier trekking trail to the north east of Kathmandu valley. it’s newly opened and keeps away of Langtang Region mass tourism, though beginning and ending point share with Langtang hidden valley route. The vital aim to develop this trekking route, is to feel trekkers Nepal does have still innumerable off-the-beaten trail and to bring tourism money to communities off the main tourist route the Profit from home stay accommodation, food sales, handicrafts and Tamang cultural presences are spirit between the individual concerns and village social funds The route is dream of wildlife and ancient Tibetan influence village exploration. It has soaring peaks, lush forests, hanging birds and sporadic Yeti sittings. Its home of monkeys’ bears and countless species of birds. The world’s youngest republic is home to eight’s of the planets fourteen highest peaks, including the mighty roof of the world Mt. Everest and not to mention several epic (6,500 m plus) mountains. It also boats subtropical forests, marshy grasslands and meadows.
These nine days Tamang Heritage trail takes you to the remote region and untouched area that is still away from modern civilization. Day one takes you steep switchbacks going 720m and head up the hill for a detour Goljung or continues along to Ghatlang the largest Tamang village in the area. The community hot spring pool makes the trek extra thrill and the view point Nagthali Ghyang offers the tranquility view of Himalaya. During the trek you’ll gain a first land insight into the lives of the region’s indigenous inhabitants, one highlight is a night at a Langtang homestay, complete with dinner and demonstration of traditional dance and crafts. Tamang Heritage trek offers an alternative destination to those who are looking for upspoilt nature and ancient culture in a very limited time.