Indigenous Peoples Trail trek multi Cultures
The Indigenous Peoples Trail trek will allow you to dip into the rich culture of Nepal (Adivasi Janajati Trek) through remote villages in Nepal. It is noteworthy that this indigenous village trek is the most significant example of Indigenous multiculturalism in a remote part of Nepal, a place of typical village life.
The trek is a low-land elevation indigenous trail trek situated in a stunning eco-environment and offers stunning mountain views. The trek is a low land elevation indigenous trail trek below 3,126 meters in elevation. In the hilly eastern part of the country, there is the region of Thulo Sailung Peak in the North, the Sun Koshi in the South, and the TamaKoshi (river) flowing along the hills.
We have designed a unique itinerary that provides an exceptional combination of cultural, linguistic, and Nepalese ethnic groups to make the trek a truly unique experience, this tour offers an incomparable and natural blend of these diverse ethnic groups: the Bhutia, Lhopa, Thudam, Larke, Tangbe, Newar, Hyolmo, Jirel, Rai, Limbu, Ghale, Gurung, Magar, Thami, Chhantyal, Yakkha.
There are distinct cultures, languages, and belief systems associated with the Indigenous people. There are many indigenous and minority peoples living in the mountains; in as many as 27 out of the 75 districts, there are indigenous peoples and minorities living there. A majority of the indigenous people in this region live in the remote mountainous areas of rural villages and are reliant on agriculture to survive.
The religion of these indigenous and minority people is the Buddhism BonPo religion, which has a historical influence from Tibet. Nature is worshiped by the people, and they strongly believe in a variety of gods and goddesses. Their villages are surrounded by temples, stupas, and monasteries.
Furthermore, you were also able to learn more about the Indigenous Peoples of Nepal and the real Nepalese lifestyle by taking part in this course. This area has a spectacular Himalayan Panoramic view of the entire Himalayan range, from Dhaulagiri and Annapurna to Numburchuili, Gaurishanker, and Kanchenjunga in the east.
In the Indigenous Peoples Trail trek, you will be staying overnight in private homes in traditional villages far away from any commercialized tourist trails during the 6-day journey. There will be warm hospitality on offer to you and you will feel as if you are part of the Nepalese family traditions.
The trek starts by driving to Dhunge for 6/ hours by bus and trekking to Kalapani first day and next day visit Thulo Sailung 3126M, and trek to Daduwa homestay, which is the beautiful village of the Indigenous Peoples Trail trek, also there is the great village of Indigenous Peoples inhabiting Surkey and Doramba gain, on the end day overnight will be Khandadevi home stay visit Khandadevi temples and drive back to Kathmandu.
Local houses offer traditional rooms with the comforts of tourist-style accommodation. A number of host families in the region of indigenous trails have been trained to prepare meals that are hygienic for tourists.
Our team, Nepal Wilderness Trekking has expert guides with 20 years of experience in leading the Indigenous Peoples Trail trails. All of our guides and porters are well-experienced in this trekking area. In addition, we offer this trek at competitive rates with an expert guide.