Rasuwa District is a part of Bagmati zone of Nepal; it is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal. Dhunche is the district headquarters, covers an area of 1,544 km² & has a population of 44,731. The district of Rasuwa is also known as The Land of Tamangs, (It is proposed to be Tamasaling State of Republic Nepal) as nearly 80% of people from this region are from this casts. Tamang is a name of a cast of which there are many different sub-castes. Other ethnics groups like Brahmin, Newar, Magar, and Chhetri are also living in this district. The political boundaries: In the east Sindhupalchowk and Tibet Autonomous Region of China West: Dhading North: Tibet Autonomous Region of China South: Nuwakot. The major rivers of this Area are Bhote Koshi, Chilime, Langtang, Phalankhu, and Trisuli & Mailong. The climate of this region is Sub-tropical, Temperate & Alpine whereas the Himalaya peaks in this area are Ganesh Himal, Gosainkunda & Langtang. The main occupations of this area are Potato Farming and do trekking in the Seasons. The dense oak & pine forests on the trail up to the hill are of particular Interest. As usual and this part of Nepal, the rhododendron from a spectacular display during the spring. Look for deer & monkeys in the lower forests and perhaps, Tahr and Pika on the alpine hillsides. The animals seen in this region are deer, bear, wild boar, Red Panda, wild cock, wild dog, Leopard, Tiger etc….
This trek is one of the most spectacular treks in the Ganesh Himal region of the Himalayas and although it isn’t the toughest trek in Nepal. This Trek takes place well away from commercial trekking routes, between the Langtang and Ganesh regions. It’s unlikely you’ll run into other trekkers, apart from your group- so this area remains a beautiful environment of pristine forests, small traditional villages and striking Mountain Vistas. The route mainly follows the ridgelines of the Ganesh Himal- so in good weather, there will be panoramic views of the region both while walking and from the campsites.
The See Nepal Trekking is 16 days in Total. The eight days trek is one of the most spectacular treks in the Ganesh Himal & Langtang region of the Himalayas.