Temal Region Treks provides trekkers with the opportunity to explore the quaint and off beaten trail full of raw natural beauty, wilderness, and scenic landscapes. Also referred to as Nepal Buddhist Circuit, this trek has 3416m as the highest point which is little shy of average altitude of the tree line in Nepal. In traversing along the paths of this non-touristic trail, you shall have the view of more than 14 trekking peaks during your walk that ranges from moderate to little strenuous in terms of trekking difficulty. Famous for the blend of ancient Shamanist Bon culture and Buddhist Lamaism, Temal Trek region is mainly inhabited by the Tamang community in the majority though Brahmin, Chhetri, Magar and other communities following Hindu religion. You shall experience the contrasting cultural practices and observe the typical Nepalese lifestyle in this Temal Trek.
Temal Region Treks, the only trek which provides the view of southern plains of Nepal and the pinnacle of Himalayas, begins with the exploration of the historical cities of Kathmandu valley. Trekkers then trek to the historical town of Panauti, famous for ancient royal palace and temples, where you shall feel as if this town has been untouched since it was founded. From this town near the Roshi and Punyatma rivers, the trail then takes you to Namobuddha, another popular destination near Kathmandu valley. Surrounded by lush forest, this provides a view of the beautiful landscape and glittering mountains. Further ahead in the journey we shall explore the surroundings of Kot Timal and monastery in Narayansthan village as well as the other surrounding villages with a rural lifestyle, well-preserved culture, and traditions of various ethnicities. Trekkers then navigate through the beautiful landscapes of Nepalthok village before returning back to Kathmandu to wrap up the trek. Explore comprehensive natural and cultural diversities, witness the view of Gauri Shankar, Langtang, Everest and Dorjelakpa peaks, and marvel at the natural wonders never seen in other trekking destinations as you complete the Temal Region Treks.
Temal Region Treks, newly opened trekking trails which is at its best in the spring, summer and autumn seasons. Have an average level of fitness and the ability to trek for about 6-7 hours in the hilly terrain. A positive attitude and enthusiasm to explore the rural wilderness is an added advantage to the trekkers. Join our team which has explored the region by themselves and thereby are able to guide you better. With a professional and experienced trekking team, contact Himalayan Holyland Treks and Expedition today, and you shall better enjoy the diverse culture, customs, ancient heritages and natural sceneries in Temal Trek.