Tamang Heritage Trek
Tamang Heritage Trek

Tamang Heritage Trek

Duration 14 Days
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Trip Duration 14 Days
Group Size 2-16 People
Maximum Altitude 3800m.
Difficulty Grade Moderate
Start & End Point Kathmandu/Kathmandu
Best Seasons Mar, Apr, May, Sep, Oct, Nov

Trip Highlights of Tamang Heritage Trek

  • Visit wonderful Tatopani to dive in hot springs to cure foot and back aches.
  • Witness enthralling Himalayan ranges and glacial terrains during your adventure.
  • The excellent Ganesh, Langtang, Dhaulagiri, and Annapurna mountains view.
  • Langtang valley, Langtang Pass, and Langtang village view, hospitality, and trek.
  • Climb to the highest peak of Tamang Heritage Peak in KyanjingGompa and Tshorko, RI.
  • Villages with rich cultural heritage and tradition.
  • Peaceful and quiet expedition and adventure.

Overview of Tamang Heritage Trek

Tamang Heritage Trek is one of Nepal’s most beautiful trekking circuits, showcasing the importance of Tamang culture and tradition. The trek ranges from Kathmandu valley to Langtang village and climbs some of the tallest peaks in Kyanjing, RI, and Chorkari, RI.

You will start your journey from Kathmandu and drive towards SyarbruBensi form, where you ascend upwards to the Tamang village.

The trek is comparatively easier than Upper Mustang, Everest, and Annapurna Trekking; however, the adventure is equally fun and enthralling as you pass lovely mountain ranges and up and down roads.

During this trek, you will also come across Tibetan culture near the villages of Brhiddim as you wander through the border of Tibet and even stay in the local place, meet with friendly people, and eat delicious Tibetan cuisine.

One of the best places you will ever come across during the Tamang Heritage Trek is Lama Hotel, where you will meet lovely people. Furthermore, the same place is essential for Gosaikunda trekking as the path divides towards Langtang valley and Gosaikunda Lake.

You will witness some of the most beautiful Himalayan ranges in Ganesh Himal, Langtang Himal, and Sanjel Himal runs. The trek is covered with tons of fantastic places to click photographs as you pass through pine and rhododendron forests, green grass meadows, and snowy patches, where you will see yak grazing on the open fields.

After reaching the top peak of the Langtang valley, you will retrace your step towards Lama Hotel, Thuman, Tatopani, Gatlang, SyabruBensi, and then return to Kathmandu.

Itinerary of Tamang Heritage Trek

Day 01: Arrive at Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu

On the first day of the Tamang Heritage Trek, you will arrive in Kathmandu via Tribhuwan International Airport. You will check in at your hotel and take some rest.

In the evening, you can stroll around town or visit the local representatives to discuss the trip ahead. You will also have a wonderful dinner and stay overnight in the hotel.

Car 30 minutes
Accommodation 3-Star Hotel
Meals Dinner
Altitude 1437m.
Day 02: Drive from Kathmandu to SyabruBensi

The second day of the trekking leads you to Syabrubesi. You will drive to the beautiful northern part of the valley. It will take up to 7 to 8 hours of drive to reach your destination; however, the journey is lovely.

You will also be in the company of Trishuliriver, where you can see a glimpse of boating and rafting that may attract you. You will travel the road which will lead to the Goljang valley. After a short hour of walking, you will cross the small Dhunche village and reach ShyabruBensi.

You will stay overnight in the lovely teahouse of the town, or you can camp out as well.

Car 7 to 8 hours
Accommodation Guest House or Tea house
Meals BF/ Lunch / Dinner
Altitude 1462m.
Day 03: SyabruBensi- Gatlang

The third day of the Tamang heritage trek will be a trip from SyabruBensi to Gatlang. It will take up to 6 hours to reach today’s destination, so it is essential to have breakfast early and start moving.

The road ahead is quite pleasant as you pass through rhododendron, pine, and bamboo forests. You can visit some exceptional places, such as ParvatiKunda and a 100-year-old monastery.

If you like to take pictures, then the viewpoint from the Gatlang will help you click photos of lots of mountains, mainly Ganesh Himal and LangtangLirung.

You will stay overnight in the lovely Gatlang village.

Walking 5 to 6 hours
Accommodation Guest House or Tea house
Meals BF / Lunch/ Dinner
Altitude 2238m.
Day 04: Gatlang - Tatopani

Today the trip will lead you to beautiful Tatopani of Sindhupalchowk district. You will have to start descending quite a lot till you reach Chilime, where you can take a short break.

After a short walk ahead, you will be crossing the swinging bridge and then have to climb one steep hill till you reach Tatopani village. Tatopani is particularly popular for refreshing hot springs, so all your exhaustion and sore leg will feel better when you dip into the Spring.

You will stay overnight at the lodge at Tatopani.

Walking 5 to 6 hours
Accommodation Guest House or Tea House
Meals BF / Lunch/ Dinner
Altitude 2607m.
Day 05: Tatopani to Thuman

Another day in the Tamang Heritage trek circuit will lead you from wonderful Tatopani to beautiful Thuman. It will take 5-6 hours to reach the destination, so you will have to travel some distance and start early.

You will ascend along the line of Nagthali village and move along the forest, grassland, and bottomless Georges, making your trip enjoyable. Nagthali village is also famous for several incredible viewpoints to see mountain ranges, especially Langtang and Ganesh Himal.

After a short trek ahead of Nagthali villages, you will reach a small Tibetian settlement, Thuman, from which you can see many mountain ranges. You will stay overnight in the beautiful Thuman. Teahouse, or you can start a campfire with the locals.

Walking 5 to 6 hours
Accommodation Guest House or Tea House
Meals BF/ Lunch / Dinner
Altitude 2400m.
Day 06: Thuman to Briddhim

The next trip of the Tamang heritage trek circuit is from Thuman to Briddhim. The distance between the two places is 2,229m, and it will take approximately 6 hours to reach the destination.

The road ahead will be broad and flat at the start till you reach Timure. You will be most impressed by the houses built with stones and deadwood. Throughout this part of the trek, you must ascend and descend, which can continuously cause exhaustion.

Once you reach Briddim, you can rest in the teahouse or your camp. The people are friendly and will help you with everything you need.

Walking 5 to 6 hours
Accommodation Guest House or Tea House
Meals BF / Lunch / Dinner
Altitude 2345m.
Day 07: Briddim to Lama Hotel

The next destination is towards excellent Lama hotel from Briddin. First, you must descend and walk on the brink of the Langtang River. Soon enough, you will reach GopcheKhola, which is the ideal place to click photos or have a little rest.

The road ahead is a high hill, so you must climb up step by step till you see the beautiful Himalayan range and lovely town.

Walking 5 to 6 hours
Accommodation Guest House or Tea House
Meals BF / Lunch / Dinner
Altitude 2470m.
Day 08: Lama Hotel to Langtang Village

The wonderful Langtang Village is the central place to visit for Tamang Heritage Trek. Situated at the top of over 3400m, Langtang Village is the place to view gorgeous views of Langtangmountain and the place around.

Once, this serene place was affected by an earthquake in 2015 and was on the brink of destruction, but slowly and indeed, it has risen from the ashes.

After six hours of arduous trek, you will reach and check in at Lama hotel. You can rest, and in the evening you can stroll around the town. In the evening, you will have delightful Newari Cuisine and stay overnight.

Walking 4 to 5 hours
Accommodation Guest House or Tea house
Meals BF / Lunch / Dinner
Altitude 3307m.
Day 09: Langtang Village to Kyanjin RI ( 4773m.)and Return KyanjingGompa ( 3870m. )

The ninth day of the Tamang Heritage Trek starts with a delicious breakfast in Langtang village. Today you will travel to Kyanjing Gompa and later return to Langtang village.

You will start walking from Langtang village, pass through Mundu village, and reach several small towns and villages where you can enjoy local tea. After walking for some hours, you will get to a lovely place with Tamang and a Buddhist stupa named Kyanjing Gompa, which is situated right in the mountain range.

After visiting local monasteries in Kyanjing Gompa, the beautiful vista point awaits you from the northern side of Gompa named KyanjiRi, where you can click mesmerizing pictures of mountain trails and glacial terrains.

You will return to Langtang Village to stay overnight.

Walking 7 to 8 hours
Accommodation Guest House Or Tea House
Meals BF/ Lunch / Dinner
Altitude 3870m.
Day 10: Exploration of Kyangjuma Gompa and Climb Chorkari RI ( 5050m.)

Today is the day of rest and acclimatization as we explore the iconic Kyangjuma Gompa and its surroundings. You have a hard day ahead as you will reach Chorkari, RI, also known as Tserko, RI, the tallest point in the trek.

You will witness one of the most beautiful scenic views of the Himalayan mountain range and Langtang village from the way up.

You will return to KyangjumaGompa and stay overnight in the hotel.

Walking 6 to 7 hours
Accommodation Guest House Or Tea House
Meals BF / Lunch / Dinner
Altitude 3870m.
Day 11: Kyanjin Gompa- Lama Hotel

The eleventh day of the Tamang Heritage Trek is the day to retrace our steps. Our trek is almost ending as we head back to Lama Hotel.

The distance is over 2500m long, and it will take 5-6 hours to reach Lama Hotel. You will cross a suspension bridge and green pastures and descend tons of hills and valleys till you reach Lama hotel.

You will cross the same road trekked ahead, such as Langtang village, Ghodatabela, green meadows, and glacial terrains. After five hours of trek, you will reach Lama Hotel and then stay overnight at the same hotel you stayed at before.

Walking 5 to 6 hours
Accommodation Guest House Or Tea House
Meals BF / Lunch / Dinner
Altitude 2500m.
Day 12: Lama Hotel to SyabruBensi

You are nearly at the end of the Tamang Heritage Trek, as today you will return from Lama Hotel to SyabruBensi. The distance is over 1400 m long and will take approximately 6 hours of trekking.

Like before, you will cross the BhoteKoshiriver and descend from the grasslands. You will occasionally see tons of cattle grazing, wheat, and paddy fields, which makes one of the best views to click photos or take a breather.

After a while, you will reach Syabrubenshi before evening, where you can check in at the hotel and rest. This is the last day of trekking, as tomorrow you will get to the capital of Nepal.

Accommodation Guest House Or Tea House
Meals BF / Lunch / Dinner
Altitude 1462m.
Day 13: SyabruBensi to Kathmandu

Today you will be heading back to Kathmandu from SyabruBensi. Near the Bensi, you will see tons of houses made from bricks and stones, and you will feel rural vibes around the region. You will drive from SyabruBensi to Kathmandu, which will take up to 7 to 8 hours to reach.

After the trip, you will check in at the Kathmandu hotel and rest for the big day tomorrow. You can also visit local shops for some shopping or click photos.

Car 7 to 8 hours
Accommodation 3-Star Hotel
Meals BF / Lunch / Nepali Culture Dinner
Altitude 1437m.
Day 14: Departure

Today is the final day of the Tamang Heritage trek, as you will check out from your hotel after breakfast.

We will help you get to the airport and take your boarding pass. It was lovely meeting you, and we hope you had the fun of your life.

We hope to see you again.

Car 30 Minutes
Meals Breakfast.


What's Included?
  • All ground transportation with private vehicle.
  • Welcome dinner and farewell Nepali culture dinner.
  • Hotel accommodation 3-Star category hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast.
  • Full board meals with tea/coffee (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during the trek.
  • Best available Lodge to lodge accommodation during the trek.
  • One highly experienced, helpful and friendly guide, porter (1 porter for 2 people)  their food and accommodation.
  • Langtang National Park Permit and TIMS permit.
  • All entrance fee.
  • First aid medicine kit
  • All applicable government and local taxes.
What's Excluded?
  • International airfare and Nepalese visa fee.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Personal expenses (like telephone calls, internet, laundry, soft drinks, beers, and any alcoholic beverages.)
  • Extra hotel accommodation in Kathmandu.
  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Hot showers during the trek.
  • Personal trekking equipment.
  • Tips for the guide, porter & driver. (tipping is expected).
  • Emergency rescue.

Difficulties in Tamang Heritage Trek

Despite being one of the most accessible trekking destinations in Nepal, there are some difficulties that you need to consider during your adventure.

Drop Steep Hills

One of the most challenging aspects of the Tamang Heritage trek is the endless hills and valleys, which means you must ascend and descend the trail quite often. It can cause you to be tired fast and will hurt your legs and back. The biggest challenge is getting rid of the mental blockade and feeling the thrill of adventure.

Altitude Sickness

Another difficulty in trekking is being familiar with the altitude when which you reach the trek. You will be trekking through a height over 3100m, so you must be familiar with this height. Otherwise, the chances of headache, sickness, breathing difficulty, and nausea are common.

Long Walks

As in every trek walking a long distance is common. However, in Tamang Trek, it can be more than usual, as you may even have to walk for nine hours on some days. Hence, you must prepare for long walks, carry a walking stick, and rest frequently.

Most Asked Questions by Travellers

The beginning point of Tamang Heritage Trekking is SyapruBensi, and it ends when you reach Lamgtang village or KyanjinGompa. The trek ends when you return to SyapruBensi and then to Kathmandu for final departure.

The best season for Tamang Heritage Trek is in Spring and early autumn. The month in Spring lasts from March to May and then early autumn from September to November. In Nepal, it is recommended to trek when there is no rainfall or cold or very warm weather, so Autumn and Spring will be pretty fabulous to go any trekking.

Unlike any other trekking route, no place is restricted or prohibited from visiting. You have to apply for a permit card for any limited positions.

Generally, we recommend you carry a permit for jungle safari, national parks, and old Buddhist stupas and monasteries. However, you don’t need to worry about any place in this particular trek.

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