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The mountains north of Kathmandu offer a great range of trekking choices with an amazing mesmerizing view of mountains and the Tamang Heritage, all within a day’s drive of the capital. The major areas are the Langtang Valley, the sacred alpine lakes of Gosainkunda, the rolling Sherpa farmland of Helambu, the Tamang heritage area, and all of these can be combined in many different ways to make a trek lasting from 7 days to several weeks. Trekking in Langtang itinerary area sees far fewer tourists than both the Annapurna and Everest region, however, it is equal in beauty and you’ll get to experience the “real” Nepal. This area provides you to observe the lifestyles of the people with their unique culture, festival, and religion. It offers you to observe different species of birds and animal through the dense forest. As Tamang heritage trail consist of Mostly Tamang people, you can observe the lifestyle, culture, festival of a different ethnic group.
The Langtang Valley trek follows the river upstream through forests of pine, bamboo, and rhododendron, ascending through pastures to arrive at the alpine meadows of Kyanjin Gompa, where you’ll get outstanding mountain views just a stone’s throw from the Tibetan border of Langtang Trekking with Guide,
Furthermore, As we already mentioned that there are so many choices for trekking in the Tamang Heritage Trail, you can head to Ganesh Himal through Gatlang Village. Gatlang village also offers you to observe local house(Black Village), cheese factory and monastery and from Ganesh Himal, you can Trek to Manaslu Trekking as well. Trekking in Nepal. Ganesh Himal and Manaslu Trekking. Having said that you can also trek to Tibet through Rasuwa Gadi which is the major border for the transportation to Tibet and again you can also head Mt Kailash Tours from Tibet.
(The Gosainkund trek climbs more steeply through farmland and above the tree line up an alpine ridge that offers a huge Himalayan panorama, to reach a rocky bowl studded with sacred high-altitude lakes.
Our recommendation is to undertake the Tamang Heritage trek, which is a relatively new trek where you get to experience the unique culture of the Tamang people combined with outstanding views and a bath in the hot springs of Chilime. Climbing up to Touche (3600m) one can enjoy an incredibly vast panoramic view over the Tibetan mountains, Trekkinng in Langtang and the Ganesh Himal range. Even though listed separately it is possible to link all of the three treks to one making it a lovely 3-week journey.
All trailheads are accessible by bus or private transport from Kathmandu. Hiking times and overnight stops are planned for a moderate hiking pace, and proper acclimatization to altitude.
The Langtang region of Nepal was devastated by the earthquake of 2015 and most of the houses of the villages were torn down. However in the past years, there has been a great effort in rebuilding, thanks also to the economic help brought by tourists, the construction work is being carried. The area is again perfectly suitable and safe for trekkers, with newly built Guest Houses.
We, the founders of Himalayan Unforgettable Adventures were born in the Langtang region. In addition, many of our guides come from the area and specifically from Tamang villages. Therefore we can assure you that we will be able to show you all the hidden corners and places off the beaten track. We happily welcome you to our home region.
If you have the chance to travel in Nepal try trekking. You'll have an experience of a lifetime.
Nepal is a safe and welcoming country to visit, and tourism supports both local economies and reconstruction efforts across the country from April 2015's catastrophic earthquake. Himalayan Unforgettable Adventure believes in giving back to its community and donates 10 percent of all our profits to committees within the Tamang region. We heartily welcome you in our beautiful country, land of peace and non-violence, which is the home for a true nature lover.
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