Indigenous People Trail Trip Cost:

Indigenous People Trek:

Indigenous Peoples Trek is a newly identified trek through a land of wide-ranging cultural diversity and scenic landscape with astonishing mountain panoramas. The journey passes through the mid hills of Nepal and is at a relatively lower elevation than some of the other popular treks and suitable even in the winter months.One of the most pleasant aspects of the Indigenous Peoples Trek is that it begins near the high point and then makes a pleasant top-down trek to the finishing location near the Sun Koshi River. Along the way, along with the blend of cultures and people, the trail visits caves, mountain viewpoints, famous Hindu temples, Buddhist monasteries and even a fishing village among many other highlights.

The trail was officially launched in 2009 and has therefore seen fewer tourists compared to the more popular trails and it preserves its original mystique, while allowing closer connections to the people and landscape.The journey begins with a scenic drive through fertile villages and rural farmland. Himalayan peaks are seen along the ride to the trek start point of Dunghe. From here, it is a short trek up to a magnificent viewpoint of Sailung, site local festivals with a broad panorama of the snowy mountains. Sailung (3147 m/10,325 ft) is the high point of our journey, and the surrounding hills are full of plants used in herbal medicine.

We then descend through picturesque, rural villages following an age-old way of life. The peoplealong the Indigenous Peoples Trail include Tamang, Thami, Tamang, Majhi, Newar, and Yolmo. The Thami are culture is considered endangered with a population in Nepal less than 30,000. The Mahji make a living by fishing and boat transport.

We pass through serene foothills and the visit the Hindu temple of Kanda devi with majestic viewpoints along the way. Eventually, the trail descends to the cool waters of the Sun Kosi River, the endpoint of the Indigenous Peoples Trek and there are numerous options for trekking in central Nepal including the The Ganesh Himal Trek, Langtang, Gosainkunda Lake, Helambu and Rolwaling.If you would like to extend your visit, just let us know and we will design additional exploration according to your schedule.


Trip Facts:

Trek destination: Nepal
Trek grade: Easy
Total trek days: 11 days
Favorable season: Spring(March,April,May) and Autumn(September,October,November)
Maximum elevation: 3146 m
Group size: Minimum two person




Itinerary Details:

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1350 m) and then transfer to the hotel.
Day 02: Free in Kathmandu for sightseeing and pre trip briefing and gear check.
Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Nepalthok (4 hours) and short trek to Lubughat (533 meters).
Day 04: Trek to Dongme (1982 meters) 4 hours.
Day 05: Trek to Doramba (2054 meters) 4.30 hours.
Day 06: Trek to Daduwa (2210 meters) 2.30 hours and half day rest at Daduwa.
Day 07: Trek to Khola Kharka (2948 meters) via Rajveer 3 hours.
Day 08: Trek to Maga Deurali via Sailung (3146meters) 4 hours.
Day 09: Drive back to Kathmandu (1350 m) 5 hours.
Day 10: Free day and farewell dinner in Kathmandu.
Day 11: Transfer to the International airport for your final departure.
The trip concludes, our airport representative will drop you to the Kathmandu International Airport for your flight departure from Nepal.


Cost Includes:
*Airport Pick up and drop off service by private vehicle.
*Hotel in Kathmandu with BB Plan.
*Kathmandu Trekking starting point and Trekking ending point to Kathmandu by Public Bus.
*All the meals during trek (breakfast, lunch, dinner) with Home stay Accommodation during the trek.
*Experienced, reliable and certified trekking guide and porters with their salary and insurance.
*First Aids Kit.
*All necessary permit and government charges.

Cost excludes:
*All other personal expenses beside mentioned in the itinerary.


Fixed Departure Dates

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16 Sep - 30 Sep 2018 Available USD $ Book Now
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Note: There should be 2 persons in group to arrange the trip.

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