10 days
Duration
Easy
Trip Level
2
Group Size
3146 m
Max-altitude

Nepal is a country which distinct both geographically and culturally. The newly opened indigenous people trail trek is relatively easy. It goes across the culturally, socially, ethnically and linguistically diverse areas of Nepal. The trail bound by the Thulo Sailung peak (3146m) in the north. Another name of the indigenous people trail is Sailung trekking. The other border of the trek is Sun Koshi along the south and the beautiful Tama Koshi River in the east. Besides, the trail follows through the altitude varying from 533 meters to 3146 meters from sea level. It takes you higher since it’s straightforward for everyone. The indigenous people trail trek recommend for those with a flair for closely studying the ethnic diversity of Nepal.

Indigenous people trail trek itinerary

The trail goes all the way starting from Mudhe bazaar, passing through the charming villages. Finally, connects us at the highest point of the trek, known as Sailung. Indigenous people trail is suitable for all ages due to its comparative ease and low altitude. Despite, this rare track, untouched by modernization and urbanization is a complete recluse from the hectic daily life. Less traffic and no demands of any kinds of fees or permits make it even better. The trek can conclude at all the times of the year, October to December and February to April is the best time for travel the ultimate beauty of the trail.

Indigenous People Trail: Highlights

The indigenous people trail encompasses the breathtaking views of the Langtang, Gauri Shankar, and Numburchuli. Moreover, it concludes the sounds of the roaring Tama Koshi and Sun Koshi River which soothe the mind. This trail is less commercial and offers unique homestay facilities since it gives a hands-on opportunity to observe the lifestyle of the different ethnic populations. After all, amidst the pristine Himalayan panoramas, temples, monasteries, and stupas make the worthful journey. Except that, local dances and weddings can observe with most delight. Furthermore, people residing here are simple, warm and welcoming too. Don’t hesitate to bestow their kindness and hospitality upon everyone who chooses to trek along the area.

Encompasses the breathtaking views of the Langtang, Gaurishankar, and Numburchuli
Explore the Sunkoshi River and Tamakoshi River valleys

Mesmerizing landscape, really admirable and lifetime experience
Indigenous people, culture, and homestay facilities
DEPARTURE/RETURN  Tribhuwan International Airport
DEPARTURE TIME Please report at least 3 hours before the flight.
INCLUDED
Airport transfer Accommodations
Meal during the trek Entrance frees and permits
Transportation as per itinerary Professional guide & porters
A First Aid Kits Applicable Government Taxes
NOT INCLUDED
International Airfare Nepal Visa fees
Meals in City Personal Expenses
Travel Insurance Tips for Guide & Porters

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Day 1: Arrival day (1,300 m)

Upon arrival at Kathmandu, you will greet and welcome by our agency’s representative in front of Arrival gate with Display board of Himalayan Exploration Treks then transfer to your Hotel.
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Day 2: Free day and trek preparation.

During the free day in Kathmandu, you may have a chance to visit heritage site of Kathmandu valley, followed by pre-trip departure meeting regarding upcoming trekking peak climbing where you meet trek guide and others team members. They will brief you about the team formation, equipment and nature of peak climbing and others necessary information
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Day 3: Kathmandu – Mudhe – Khola Kharka. (2948 m) 4h00 drive and 4h00 walk.

A picturesque drive from Kathmandu to Dunge offers unique hillside sceneries then one and half hour climb take to the top of the hill named Thulo Sailung. And short descend to Khola Kharka.
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Day 4: Khola Kharka – Surkey via Rajveer. (1842m) 5h00 walk.

The trail goes gradually descend through the dense forest of Sailung and will have a chance to explore varieties of native vegetation and other species. The popular monastery of the region named Rajveer where people are welcomed to receive the blessing from the Lama. The trail leads us through the local villages and scattered stupas, Mani wall and Chhortens along the trail to Shurkey.
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Day 5: Surkey – Doramba via Tinghare. (2054 m) 4h00 walk.

The trail leads us down for a spectacular of waterfall then towards the steps to Doromba traverse through the dense forest in the hill side. One of the ethnic groups of Nepal, namely Tamang with the high majority of Tamang people is dominated this area. Indeed, most of the Thanks artists are originally from this area. Their product of Thankas can be found in Kathmandu, Patan, Bhaktapur and other major cities. You will get entertain with Tamang music following by evening
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Day 6: Doramba – Khandadevi via Galpa. (1986 m) 5h00 walk.

The trail goes uphill to the secret temple a Hindus shrine known as Agleshwori Danda where you can enjoy with magnificent views of Gaurishankar range after pleasant walkout from Doromba. Then continue to descend through the local slate mine, pine forests and get to Galpa Bazaar. Further 2 hours walk to get Khanda Devi Temple. It is encircled by ancient stone walls. According to local legend, the temple is devoted to Khanda Devi discovered by a shepherd who found milk was discharging from a secret stone in 1458 AD. The animals are being sacrificed on the occasion.
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Day 7: Khandadevi – Dongme via Hiledevi. (1982m) 4h00 walk.

A super day of the journey, as we wake up early morning to experience the views of sunrise then walk a long ridge along the dense forest. The trail sometimes climbs up to the top and sometimes downhill before entering next valley. An enjoying walk through the forest; it is an opportunity to explore the species of birds and mammals en route to Dongme.
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Day 8: Dongme – Lubughat via Sunapati. (1755m) 4h00 walk.

We hike up to the Sunpati Hill for the stunning sunrise on earth a newly opened eco trails as we finally descend to Lubhughat. As we arrive in Lubhu ghat; we can meet Majhi people a marginal people of Nepal, well known their ancient profession Fishing and boating.
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Day 9: Lubughat – Nepalthok and drive to Kathmandu. (0h45 walk / 3h00 drive)

Experience the different indigenous peoples and their vibrant culture, our journey leads us to Kathmandu by 45 minutes walk along the river bank of Sunkoshi to Nepal Thok and taking a bus to Kathmandu.
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Day 10: Leisure day in Kathmandu

You have a chance to visit rest of the city once.
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Day 11: Final departure

You will transfer to airport 3 hours before the scheduled flight.
Indigenous People Trail Trek
Indigenous People Trail Trek
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The Buddhist Stupa en route IP trail
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