Sailung Indigenous Trekking | Nepal Indigenous peoples trail trekking

Sailung Indigenous Trekking

The first of its kind in Nepal, Sailung Indigenous Peoples Trail offers unique living exposure of a culturally diverse area of Nepal with beautiful natural landscape.

  • Trip Fact - 9 days
  • Trip Code: HST-NTT-02
  • Trek Start from: Dhunge
  • Trek End at: Lubughat
  • Grade: Moderate
  • Trek start Elevation: 2500m
  • Highest Elevation: 3146m
  • Group Size: 2-15 People
  • Best time: September, October, November, December, February, March, April
  • Mode of Trek: Community lodge/ home stay
  • Trek Duration: 09 days
Sailung indigenous trekking

Sailung indigenous trekking  trail offers unique living exposure of a culturally diverse area of Nepal with beautiful natural landscape. Sailung Peak in the north and Sun Koshi River flowing along the south mark is the start and end point of this trekking route. It offers mainly local home stay accommodation experiences offering trekkers a rare opportunity to familiar with culture and lifestyle of six different ethnic groups (Sherpa, Newar, Thami, Tamang, Yolmo and Majhis). The week long trail takes visitors from a starting elevation of 3146m at Sailung to 533m at Lubughat by the Sunkoshi river. So this trekking suits all types of trekkers particularly those wishing to avoid extreme high altitudes without missing the view of Himalayan panorama. The unique tourism activities which every trekker gets here are soft trekking, panoramic mountain views, visit to Silung and its unique environs, monastic visits at Rajveer, temple visit at Khandevi, forest walk, bird watching, traditionally decorated homes, sunset and sunrise views and amazing cultural performances.

Sailung Indigenous Trekking Highlight

  1. Trekking trail away from commercialized trekking routes
  2. Spectacular Sailung hill top at an elevation of 3146m
  3. Himalayan panoramas of Annapurna, Manasalu, Ganesh, Langtang, Jugal, Rolwaling and Everest from Sailung
  4. Culture and lifestyle of six indigenous communities (Sherpa, Newar, Thami, Tamang, Yolmo and Majhis)
  5. Experience local home stay accommodation
  6. Temples, stupas, monasteries and sacred caves
  7. Rolling terraced farmlands and dense forests
  8. Traditional fishing of Majhi people in the Sunkoshi river
  9. Wildlife including pheasant, deer and longoor monkey
  10. Seasonal spring blaze of blooming rhododendron.

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