Chepang Hill trek (Community) is the most popular route into the Midhills of Chitwan National Park. The Chepangs refer to the inhabitants of the area.
Due to their significant way of living and the remoteness of their land, they belong to the marginalized groups in Nepal.
The trek is an initiative taken to uplift the livelihood and culture of these indigenous communities.
There exists uniqueness from the language, lifestyle, staple food, norms they live. This will also be a way to raise awareness about their distinct culture to inform others.
They lead a nomadic life and often can be seen in their prime- hunting, fishing, farming. The cultural exploration that this place holds is a treat for both foreigners and Nepalese.
The nine-day trip will offer heaps of cultural knowledge, along with the panoramic view of the different Himalayas.
Chitwan National Wildlife is one of the iconic conserved.
Famous for the jungle safari through the dense tropical forests with abundant wildlife and bird species.
Endangered bird species like Hombill, Lesser Florican, and Paradise Flycatcher, wild mammals like one-horned rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger, Gharial crocodiles, deer, wild boar, can is found around the area.
Along with the jungle safari, bird watching, canoe ride, jeep drive are the primary tourist attraction activity.
Sirachuli (1945m) is the highest hill trekking in Chepang village. You can also encounter scenic views of the green forests from way up.
The top of the hill offers a picturesque view of a wide range of snowcapped Himalayan peaks like Rolwaling Himal, Gaurishankar, Mt. Manaslu, Langtang Range and Mt. Dhaulagiri.
To be able to experience a peculiar culture of an indigenous group will be insightful.
Chepang Hill trek (Community) is a mixture of the closeness between the splendid beauty of people, wildlife habitats, mesmerizing peaks.
Duration: 3-5 Days
Tour Type: Private and Group Tour
Maximum Altitude: 1945 Meters
Trek Difficulty: Low