Nepal is a country which distinct both geographically and culturally. The newly opened indigenous people trail trek is relatively easy. It goes across Nepal’s culturally, socially, and linguistically diverse areas. The trail is bound by the Thulo Sailung peak (3146m) in the north. Sailung trekking is another name for the indigenous people trails. The other border of the trek is Sun Koshi along the south, while the beautiful Tama Koshi River is in the east. Besides, the trail follows through an altitude varying from 533 meters to 3146 meters from sea level. It takes you higher since it’s straightforward for everyone.
The indigenous people trails trek recommend for those with a flair for carefully studying the ethnic diversity of Nepal. The IP trail goes from the Mudhe bazaar since it passes through the charming villages. Finally, it connects us at the trek’s highest point, known as Sailung. Indigenous people’s trail is suitable for all ages due to its comparative ease and low altitude. Despite this, this hidden track, untouched by modernization, is a complete recluse from the hectic daily life.
The IP trail is less traffic but does not require any fees or permits, making it even better. The trek can conclude throughout the year, but October to December and February to April is the best time to travel the ultimate beauty of the trail. The indigenous people’s tracks encompass the breathtaking views of the gigantic Himalayas and comprise beautiful landscapes. Moreover, it concludes with the sounds of the roaring Tama Koshi and Sun Koshi River, which soothe the mind.
IP trail – Quick facts
Indigenous people trail trek itinerary.
|Days||Destination||Altitude in Meters||Walking Distance|
|1.||Kathmandu – Mudhe – Khola Kharka||2948||8h00|
|2.||Khola Kharka – Surkey via Rajveer||1842||5h00|
|3.||Surkey – Doramba via Tinghare||2054||4h00|
|4.||Doramba – Khandadevi via Galpa||1986||5h00|
|5.||Khandadevi – Dongme via Hiledevi||1982||4h00|
|6.||Dongme – Lubughat via Sunapati||1755||4h00|
|7.||Lubughat – Nepalthok and drive to Kathmandu.|
The indigenous people’s trails are less commercial and offer unique homestay facilities since it gives a hands-on opportunity to observe the lifestyle. After all, amidst the pristine Himalayan panoramas, temples, monasteries, and stupas make the journey worthwhile. Besides that, folk dances and weddings can observe with most delight. Furthermore, people residing here are simple, warm, and welcoming too. Therefore, don’t hesitate to bestow their kindness and hospitality upon everyone who travels the area.
Day 1: Arrival day (1,300 m)
Day 2: Free day and trek preparation.
Day 3: Kathmandu – Mudhe – Khola Kharka. (2948 m) 4h00 drive and 4h00 walk.
Day 4: Khola Kharka – Surkey via Rajveer. (1842m) 5h00 walk.
Day 5: Surkey – Doramba via Tinghare. (2054 m) 4h00 walk.
Day 6: Doramba – Khandadevi via Galpa. (1986 m) 5h00 walk.
Day 7: Khandadevi – Dongme via Hiledevi. (1982m) 4h00 walk.
Day 8: Dongme – Lubughat via Sunapati. (1755m) 4h00 walk.
Day 9: Lubughat – Nepalthok and drive to Kathmandu. (0h45 walk / 3h00 drive)
Day 10: Leisure day in Kathmandu
Day 11: Final departure
|DEPARTURE/RETURN||Tribhuwan International Airport|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please report at least 3 hours before the flight.|
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