Langtang Region, TrekkingModerate, Strenous

Langtang Tamang Heritage Trail Trek

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  • Destination:Nepal
  • Trip Grade:Moderate, Strenous
  • Total Duration:15

Outline Itinerary

  • Day-01: Arrive Kathmandu, Transfer to the Hotel.
  • Day-02: Acclimatization day in Kathmandu and little Sightseeing in your intended sights of Kathmandu valley by a car then, preparation for next day trip.
  • Day-03: Drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubensi (1466m.) 8 hrs by Bus or 5 hrs by private land cruiser
  • Day 04: Syabru Bensi - Gatlang, 2240m
  • Day 05: Gatlang - Tatopani, 2600m
  • Day 06: Tatopani - Thuman, 2340m
  • Day 07: Thuman - Timure, 1762m
  • Day 08: Daywalk - Rasuwagadhi (1815m) Tibet border, overnight at Timure
  • Day 09: Timure - Bridim, 2230m
  • Day-10: Bridimg – Langtang(3430m) – 6 hrs.
  • Day-11: Langtang – Kyanjin Gompa(3830m) – 2hrs.
  • Day-12: Kyanjin – Lama Hotel – 4 hrs.
  • Day-13: Lama Hotel – Syabru Bensi– 5 hrs.
  • Day-14: Today is the final day of our trek as we conclude our Tamang Heritage Trek and return towards capital city of Kathmandu by regular public Bus or private Jeep and overnight stay at hotel.
  • Day-15: Transfer to airport for your onward destination.
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Detail Itinerary

Day-01: Arrive Kathmandu, Transfer to the Hotel.
Day-02: Acclimatization day in Kathmandu and little Sightseeing in your intended sights of Kathmandu valley by a car then, preparation for next day trip.
Day-03: Drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubensi (1466m.) 8 hrs by Bus or 5 hrs by private land cruiser

You head north out of Kathmandu driving through scenic foothills and ridgeline vistas to Dhunche. The first part of your drive up to Trishuli Bazaar is quite smooth. The path now moves along the gravel road. During the rainy season, the way is sometimes blocked due to landslides. Your drive from Kathmandu to the destination is to be made by either local bus or land cruiser.

Day 04: Syabru Bensi - Gatlang, 2240m

Today we head towards Tamang village of Gatlang. After having our breakfast, we leave behind Syabrubesi and slowly awesome views of Himalayas including Ganesh Himal range and others starts to appear. Then we cross Goljang and arrive at Tamang village of Gatlang where we get plenty of cultural exploration opportunities of their traditions and cultures with visit to their home and interacting with them. They offer the warm hospitality for visitors that you would surely love to experience.

Day 05: Gatlang - Tatopani, 2600m

Our day starts with our breakfast and it will be little challenging today, as it will be the longest day of this trek. Near the chilime village, we slowly descend alongside Bhotekoshi river and stop for our lunch. We can view local hydropower projects and dams built over there.

After getting energy from our lunch, we ascend towards Tatopani crossing suspension bridges. Upon arrival at natural hot spring or ‘hotwater’, you are allowed to immerse in it for relaxation and regain freshness around foothills of surrounding mountains. There is also a popular belief that anyone who gets dipped in this hot spring gets healed from aches and pains.

Day 06: Tatopani - Thuman, 2340m

Today, following our trails of Tamang Heritage Trek, we ascend towards nagthali danda from where beautiful sceneries is on offer. Then we slowly descend towards Thuman, where we will be accompanied by joyful local inhabitants who mostly belong to Tamang community.

Day 07: Thuman - Timure, 1762m

On this day further we leave behind Thuman and descend towards Timure.  Following the natural route of this Tamang Heritage Trails, it offers us lots of natural and cultural exploration opportunities.

Day 08: Daywalk - Rasuwagadhi (1815m) Tibet border, overnight at Timure

We will be walking for a day towards Rasuwagadhi which is near to Tibetan border. And we return towards Timure for overnight stay.

Day 09: Timure - Bridim, 2230m

Briddim is another Tibetan influenced Buddhist village situated at the foothills of Himalayas. There are plenty of monasteries and we can see the local homes built of stones and local materials that impress us with its simplicity and cultural, historical significance. We visit their home and get close into their local rituals, traditions and festivals too.

Day-10: Bridimg – Langtang(3430m) – 6 hrs.

Langtang is bigger and old village with rich of Tamang culture. This valley offers a massif view of Mt. Langtang lirung. The village has the nice cheese factory. 5hrs

Day-11: Langtang – Kyanjin Gompa(3830m) – 2hrs.

Walk just 4 hrs to get last staying place named Kyanjing Gompa. The gompa famous for meditation, also long hide leaving to be promoted Lama during them meditation. The place offers the grand view of, Yala peak, Langtang Himalayas, Dorjelakpa, Naya Kanga, Ganjala peaks and valley horizon

Day-12: Kyanjin – Lama Hotel – 4 hrs.

Follow the stream to back Lama hotel, through shame way which we took to be in Kyanjing. 6hrs.

Day-13: Lama Hotel – Syabru Bensi– 5 hrs.

It is the last day of trek descend for Syabrubensi night camp and it doesn’t take the long walk.

Day-14: Today is the final day of our trek as we conclude our Tamang Heritage Trek and return towards capital city of Kathmandu by regular public Bus or private Jeep and overnight stay at hotel.
Day-15: Transfer to airport for your onward destination.

After having breakfast and packing, finally, we drop you Airport for your onward destination or fly back home.


Note: Trekking itinerary can be changed as per the different situation and clients interest.

Cost Includes

1. Service in Kathmandu

  •  Kathmandu Airport picks up and drop.
  • Welcome Dinner with your trekking crews and details brief your trek with your crews.
  • Sightseeing in Kathmandu cities
  •  2 stars 2 nights Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu @ Tibet Guest House

2.During the Trip

  • 3 times, delicious/standard foods except for Alcoholic beverages, bottled, can soft drinks during the treks.
  • Standard hotel/Guest house/Lodge accommodation as per possibilities will be provided during the trek.
  • Permit and conservation Fees
  • All Local Taxes.
  • Our Sincere Guides service.
  • Kind and honest 2 porters.
  • The salary for the guides & porters.
  • Food for guides & porters.
  • Accommodation for Guides & porters.
  • Insurance for guides & porters.
  • Overland Transportation for Guides & porters.

Cost Excludes

  • Foods in Kathmandu
  • Alcoholic beverages and Bottled, canned, soft drinks and some essential things during the trek.
  • Needful clothes.
  • Sudden rescue Charge, If in case
  • (Maximum 6000 U.S Dollar Travel Insurance will be enough)
  • Clinical treatment and drugs.
  • Buying personal wanted materials, souvenir, gift etc.
  • Tipping for Guide and Porters at the end.

What to Bring For the Trek? (Gears for the trekking)

  • Pair trekking boots and waterproofing solution
  • Pair lightweight trekking sandals
  • Pairs thin walking socks
  • Pairs lightweight trekking trousers must be windproof as well.
  • Pair shorts
  • Trekking shirts
  • Fleece jumper
  • Fleece zip up
  • Wind stopper
  • Set lightweight thermals
  • Down body warmer
  • North Face Waterproof Jacket - Goretex
  • North Face Waterproof trousers - Goretex
  • four seasons down jacket
  • Hat with ear covers
  • neck warmer
  • pairs ‘thinners’ gloves
  • rucksack with hydration kit and belt bag
  • Rubble (plastic) bags for wrapping kit
  • personal first aid kit (includes lip salve/sunscreen; AMS drugs etc; iodine tablets)
  • personal wash kit (include fabric washing solution)
  • altimeter/compass etc on watch
  • Blizzard Bag
  • Leki Pole
  • Pack tissues and wet wipes and liquid detergent
  • Pair sunglasses
  • Camera and films
  • Head torch and spare batteries
  • Thermos flask
  • Sleeping bag and Down Jacket

Above things are required for the normal trekker and if you have yourselves, you can bring and if do not have and want to buy and hire in Nepal, we have every equipment cheaper price than your country.

Details Program structure:

  • -Arrival transfer to hotel,
  • -Sightseeing in different ancient cities in Kathmandu by car.

We explore the Kathmandu valley by taking a guided look around Swayambhunath, the monkey temple, with its commanding views of Kathmandu, huge stupas, and synthesis of religions. We also visit the Hindu Pashupatinath on the banks of the holy Bagmati River with its saddhus and temple complex, and the huge stupa at Boudhanath which is surrounded by a lively Tibetan community with traditional gompas and monasteries.

In the late afternoon, we can sort out any equipment that you need to rent. During your stay in Nepal, you can have chances to see many Hindus or Buddhist Temple around you with the local devotees on the in worshiping many gods and goddess.

-Accommodation in hotel lodges

Nepal 's Accommodation in Trekking areas is slowly moving to mini urbanization process. Wherever you go, the National Parks and Conservation Projects are working to enhance the living standard compared to the clean and hygienic society. So everywhere you will see breaking the rocks to build the new buildings and cemented to make clean.

You will find cottage types of lodges with separate and dormitory beds rooms in every shelter with improving toilets, hot shower and sunroom with clean and wooden dining table with the big metal chimney on the middle of Dining Room to have a fire while in the evening burning fallen woods below 3500m. and the Yak Dung over 3500m.

There have been many changes along popular trekking routes over the past few years, especially since the barrage of bestsellers about the 1996 Everest drama, which caused a renewed interest, especially in the Solu Khumbu region. Since then many new lodges have been built along all trekking paths, offering a variety of amenities.

Generally, the lodges in the trekking region are more basic. Rooms tend to be small, unheated wooden boxes with two beds, and only the more upscale versions offer electric lights fed by solar panels. Toilets are often squat-style wooden outhouses. Toilet paper is available for purchase everywhere.

-3 times meals BF, LN, DN in same lodges every day.

All our meals will be at tea houses and, although the food is usually plentiful and delicious, you should be aware that the menu is not normally extensive.
However, the menus in all lodges offer a surprising variety of foods. Most lodge owners have learned about western food preferences and offer items such as pizza, lasagna, muesli, sandwiches and even burgers.

If you wish, we provide you with an opportunity to watch a lodge kitchen in action, producing an enormous number and variety of meals on a single wood-burning stove. You will definitely gain an appreciation for the effort that goes into satisfying the appetites of tourists from all over the world. But keep in mind that a lot of the ingredients for such "exotic" foods have to be carried on porters’ backs, and the further you get from original food supplies, the higher the price tag will be on some of these items.

We, Nepalese eat a meal of Dhal Bhaat (rice with lentil soup, curry, and pickles) twice daily. The ingredients vary according to local and seasonal availability, but vegetarian options are the norm. Another cheap popular local dish is the ubiquitous instant noodle soup, enhanced by local vegetables, or meat or egg, depending on availability. Eating Nepali-style will provide you with a truly local experience, guarantees fresh ingredients everywhere, and rules out disappointments. Let’s face it: Lasagna Himalaya-style will not be the true Italian version you may be accustomed to.

The Kitchens staffs you will find are trained for cooking, and guest relation, The foods will be served with according to the Lodge Management Committee approved Menu system providing Nepalese, Indian, Chinese and Continental western foods. Beers, Whisky western and Nepalese, Snickers, Mar Bars, Coca-Cola, Mineral water, Cereals and many others essentials foods will be available in every lodge. And do not forget of Garlic and RARA noodles soups will make you smelly going up to avoid by high altitude sickness. For a quick fix: Tea is available everywhere and Nepali biscuits are cheap, delicious and provide a great energy boost for long uphill climbs.

Most teahouses offer a variety of rice and noodle dishes, as well as soup and seasonal vegetables. A variety of cereals, bread and egg dishes are generally available for breakfast. There will also be plenty of snacks available such as biscuits, chocolate, and soft drinks and in some areas, you will find fresh fruit in season.

-Staffs (A Guide and Porter number of necessary

Normally, I use to organize every bodies trip as package base for that easiness for the trip. It means, they are free from all kinds of dealing with cost every day. They can explore with beautiful sceneries of Himalayas and natures every day with flexible services. So many my previous clients they were so satisfied and enjoyed a lot with my Guiding performance and all kinds of services during those trips.


This is fairly demanding trek and so you should be reasonably fit, or know that you can get fit quickly. It isn't possible nor necessary to get truly trekking fit before the trek. I trek a daily itinerary that suits loaded porter, who carrying 20 kg loads cover more distance that you might think, but not so much so as to finish you. Over the course of the first week you'll be amazed at how your fitness improves. You can even get exercise in your city before you come; swimming, small day hiking and physical fitness may help you to hike in Nepal Himalaya.

AMS - Acute Mountain Sickness

Commonly called altitude sickness, this has the potential to affect all trekkers from 2500m and higher. Your body needs time to adjust to smaller quantities of oxygen in the air - at 5500m/18,044ft the air pressure is approximately half that of sea level, ie there is half the amount of oxygen (and nitrogen). This is approximately equivalent to the top of Kala Pattar, in the Everest region.

For treks below an altitude of about 3000m/10,000ft, it is not normally a problem. AMS is caused by going up high too fast and can be fatal if all the warning signals are ignored. Note that it is not the actual altitude, but the speed at which you reach higher altitudes which causes the problems.

Altitude sickness is preventable. Go up slowly, giving your body enough time to adjust. These are the 'safe' rates for the majority of trekkers: spend 2-3 nights between 2000m/6562ft and 3000m/10,000ft before going higher. From 3000m sleep an average of 300m/1000ft higher each night with a rest day every 900-1000m/3000ft. ultimately it is up to you to recognize the symptoms, and only ascend if you are relatively symptom-free. Later on. If you are interested.

Resqué? if in case?

I trek with limited distance every day so that my every client can take advantage of being in the Himalaya, However, Some time suddenly or Just in case of your usual disease or other accidental causes may need you to get rescued from Himalaya.

So at that duration you will be fully responsible to pay the Helicopter charges as soon as you arrive in Kathmandu by yourself or asking amount from your home country or with the response from related Embassy in Kathmandu, which will be paid back by your Insurance company in your country after claiming your paid in Nepal amount with the help of Doctors certificates, Airlines Certificates and other documents given from authorized Person like Guide, Local Govt. Member or People of related fields where you get sick.

Water and Chances of getting sick

However, Nepal is second richest in the world for water after Brazil; The water here is just 0.3% of total water is pure. Because most of the rivers flow from the glacier and from top to bottom and hilly mountains.

As you know people live on the mountain and the animals graze in the pastures and most of the manual flows together. On the other hand, you can buy the mineral water bottle but we feel very sorry to discourage you from not to buy, considering our Environment. But there is an idea, We can purify the water using some Iodine Pills or Purifying drops which can be available in drug stores in Kathmandu. We can use the water after nearly boiled which is safe.

Insurances of Guide and Porters.

We do our life insurance and Trekking insurance for the duration of 10 or 15 years from the reputed insurance company in Kathmandu, Nepal which covers our insurance for the duration of our trek as well.
Well, I hope above details will be quite enough for you to understand for your upcoming trip to Nepal Trekking. If you agree with my proposal please do let me know your opinion. Please do feel free to contact me if you have found any error in my sending.

Our trip to Nepal such a memorable one

I am part of a group of 4 girls who coordinated with Jagat for our 'mini' version of the Annapurna Circuit in early September 2017. We wanted to do the circuit badly but did not have enough time. Jagat and his team came up with a customized itinerary for us to start the trek from Jagat and end at Jomsom which we then flew to Pokhara to take a bus back to Kathmandu. The whole itinerary was very flexible and day to day arrangements can be altered by just communicating with our guide, Gopi. He will come up with the best plan to accommodate our wants and needs. 

From the moment we landed at the airport in Kathmandu to the moment we flew out of Nepal, everything was extremely well taken care of by Jagat and his team. Our guide, Gopi and porters, Raju and Tej (whom we call Dada) were like family to us during the entire trek. They were always checking on us to see if we have enough to eat, enough drinking water or can we cope with the trek. They even offered to carry our day packs when they saw us struggling. In fact, I think at most times, if not all, our interests were placed above theirs. They will go all the way out just to help you if there is anything you need at all on the trek. 

I don't think we'll be able to find another more patient, caring, trustworthy and detailed team of guides and porters. It was our pleasure to be able to trek with them. They had made our trip to Nepal such a memorable one that all of us didn't want the trip to end. Thank you for the great hospitality. I really look forward to visiting and trekking in Nepal again.

I would readily recommend Jagat and his team to anyone planning to trek in Nepal.

Love from Malaysia,


WanLing ,

This was my third trip to Nepal and most enjoyable.

I recently had the great pleasure of climbing Island Peak in the Khumbu, Nepal. Jagat Lama was a passionate and dependable resource for trekking and mountaineering in Nepal. He was on the spot as far as preparation for the trip. This was my third trip to Nepal and most enjoyable. Hiring a light and independent team allowed for a cost-effective, flexible and efficient way to climb in Nepal. His assistance was with me from the airport arrival through to departure. He took care of my every need and allowed me to focus on my goal of the summit of Island Peak. My climbing guide, his brother Lal, was competent, caring and successful. I left Nepal with new friendships. I readily endorse his services and would encourage anybody to go with the Independent Trekking Guides. They are honest, caring and willing to make your holiday the most memorable you have ever had. Please, don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about my experiences in Nepal.
Mark Lui,

It was my dream trip come true.

I am 66 years old and have done a lot of hiking in the USA as well as climbing Mt. Fuji, Orizaba and Iztaacchuatl volcanoes in Mexico. We have hiked to the bottom and back of the Grand Canyon at least 25 times on most of the various trails to the bottom. For me, the crowning trek was to hike in the Himalayan range. We contacted Jagat Lama in Kathmandu, Nepal and signed up for our adventure to hike for two weeks with porters and guides. Our group of friends included three men and three women aged from 60 to 75. I'm sure this would be a daunting task for Jagat and his guides.

We all hiked from Lukla to Namche which was Bill's goal (he's the 75-year-old). One of the guides stayed with Bill, and we continued with the two outstanding guides, Chet and Chandra. These two guides did everything for us; got all of our bags from the porters and put in our rooms, took our menu selections to the cooks, and discussed the plans for the following day. The guides made allowances for some who were having some altitude adjustment issues and gave positive feedback to everyone. They were very patient with all of us and really tried hard to ensure we stayed healthy and happy. I can honestly say that these were two of the best guides weíve ever had. On our hikes, the guides had to work around some of us who liked to take pictures but needed to do some additional acclimation at higher altitude. As a result three of us were able to hike all the way to Mt. Everest base camp. It was like a moonscape. We met the Korean team that was going to climb Everest as soon as the weather looked better. The base camp is awesome with tents all over the place with prayer flags, and ice towers and rocks everywhere.

At 5:00 am we were going to climb Kalapathar (5545m.) When we went out it was snowing and foggy. The weather in the valley is usually clear in the morning, foggy in the afternoon, and big clouds in the later afternoon. Chandra said we should start for Kalapathar as he felt it would clear up - and sure enough, the snow stopped and the sun came out. We made it to the summit in snow and ice.

From this mountain, we took fantastic views of Mt. Everest and Lhotse. We saw an avalanche and heard the cracking sounds coming from the Khumbu glacier. The valley we hiked was very interesting. It surpassed my expectations. I had no idea how many memorials there would be erected for the Everest climbers. It's a sight to see. There were many stupas and monasteries. There are many rock faces that have a Buddha painted or adorned with prayer flags and the rows of prayer wheels to spin. The landscape goes from lush vegetation to flower trees, to pine trees and then the tree line to tundra and almost a moonscape. The children were fun to play with and photograph. As we headed down the valley to Lukla, my wife became sick and we saw that she couldn't hike all the way down. Our great guides arranged for a horse for her to ride so we wouldn't miss our plane. At Lukla, I took my wife to a new, wonderful hospital where she was treated and given medicine. When we reached Kathmandu, there was a strike by the Maoist Communist Party that closed all of the businesses. Jagat again came to our rescue by getting a van and getting us to the airport. He, Chet and Chandra babysat us to make sure we got through the security hassle and on to the right plane. I can't imagine anyone doing anything more or better that Jagat, Chet, and Chandra could have done to make this a wonderful experience that exceeded our expectations. I recommend his services to you if you're planning to go anywhere in Nepal or Tibet. It was my dream trip come true.
Everest Base Camp Trek
Bob Hacken / Catherine L. Bordner,

Dreams of trekking in the Himalaya.
May 2010

In April/May 2010 I was part of a group of nine individuals who used Jagat Lama to coordinate our trek to Kala Pattar and Everest Base Camp. From taking care of obtaining our TIMS cards on the first day all the way through to seeing us off to the airport in Kathmandu when our trip was finished, Jagat took care of everything. Trust me when I say that there are a lot of details that need tending to in between the two above events. Jagat and his crew exceeded all expectations and made our trip stress free. This fact allows one to concentrate of the arduous task of getting to Base Camp while trusting Jagat and his crew to care of the daily details such as obtaining food and shelter. I highly recommend that you do as I did and have Jagat and his crew work with you to meet your Nepali dreams of trekking in the Himalaya.
Tom Tracey,
Rose Valley, WA USA

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