Tamang Heritage Trail Trek is a recently opened area, west of the Langtang Valley. Tamang Heritage Trail Trek let you to interact with these people of Tibetan origin along the trekking. Mountain Lodge or homes and experience at first hand the warmth and spirit of the Tamang culture; their Buddhist beliefs and their handicrafts. Your hosts, farmers supplying produce, cultural entertainers and handicraft sales all benefit with some money going into social funds. One distinct advantage is that Tamang Heritage Trail Trek Nepal is still “off the beaten track” which is also known as non-touristic trekking trail. Tamang Heritage Trail Trek winds over ridges trekking through farmlands, marshy grasslands, subtropical forests and highlands that offer magnificent views of snow-covered peaks. The forests are home to Langur monkeys, bears, pandas and countless birds.
Along with this trip, you will get to discover fascinating Tibetan history and culture in this region. You can also witness the trading routes of Tibet-Nepal from where ancient bartering between two countries existed for centuries. Mostly Buddhist people live in this region and they grow some hardy grains and vegetable as a food crop. Their daily activities include agriculture and raising livestock and trade. The people of this area are known for wearing attractive colorful costumes and their houses are decorated with fabulous woodcarvings. They are always ready to welcome us with warm smiles.
Kathmandu stands as the vibrant cultural nucleus of Nepal, an alluring haven for travellers since Nepal first welcomed outsiders within its borders. The city beautifully amalgamates elements of Hinduism, Tibetan Buddhism, and Western influences within the encompassing Valley. Adjacent to this hub are Patan and Bhaktapur, two significant cities brimming with cultural and religious importance in Nepal’s tapestry.
An immersive guided excursion awaits, offering a complete day to explore the historical Durbar Square adorned with distinctive architecture and home to the revered Kumari, the living goddess. The journey continues to the sacred Hindu temple of Pashupatinath, followed by visits to the renowned ‘Monkey Temple’ (Swayambunath) and the Buddhists’ shrine of Buddhhanath. As dusk settles, an enriching pre-trip discussion is scheduled, where you will meet your trek leader and fellow adventurers, setting the stage for your forthcoming expedition.
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