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Langtang Trek

Duration : 11 Days


  • Less crowded trekking trail in Nepal, offering a peaceful and serene experience.
  • Open and suitable for a few weeks of trekking.
  • Traverse through villages inhabited by Tibetans and Tamangs, experiencing their unique culture.
  • Spectacular views of Ganesh Himal towards the northwest.
  • Ample availability of hotels along the trekking route.
  • Altitude ranges from 541m at Trishuli Bazaar to 3870m at Kyanjin Gompa.
  • Varied landscapes with ever-changing scenery, provide a diverse and captivating trekking experience.

Embark on the Langtang Trek in Nepal and immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of the region. From the tranquil trails to encounters with local communities, this trek offers an enriching cultural and natural experience. Prepare for an unforgettable journey through stunning landscapes and picturesque mountain vistas.

Book your Langtang Trek now and discover the hidden gems of Nepal’s less explored yet captivating trekking trail.

Itinerary : Langtang Trek

Duration : 11 Days

Arrive in Kathmandu. Meeting and assistance at the airport and transfer to the hotel. Rest of the day is free (N)

Accommodation in Kathmandu

After breakfast, sightseeing tour of Kathmandu Durbar Square. It is a place where the city’s Kings were crowned. Having been built and rebuilt over the generations, it is now the valley’s number one tourist attractions. Most of the temples you see here are a mere three or four centuries old. The entire square was designated as a World Heritage Monument in 1979.

Continue on to Boudhanath Stupa. This is the largest Stupa in Nepal and one of the largest in the world. It is the sacred place for Buddhist pilgrims.

Afternoon, tour of Patan Durbar Square. Patan also known as Lalitpur is the second largest city inside the valley. Patan has a long Buddhist influence and the four corners of the city are marked by Stupas said to have been created by great Buddhist emperor around 250 BC. (B)

Accommodation in Kathmandu

After breakfast, drive to Syabrubensi. The road moves high over edges as it leaves the Kathmandu Valley, and gives great view of Annapurna Himalayas in the west, to Manaslu, Ganesh Himal and the pinnacles of the Langtang district ahead.

We pass through the clamoring town of Trisuli before moving towards Dunche and the Langtang National Park. After the town of Dunche it is one more hour downhill to Syabru Besi. (B, L, D)

Accommodation in local lodge at Syabrubensi

Today, the path crosses the Bhote Kosi — signifying ‘Tibet River’ — which streams from close by Tibet. It at that point step by step moves through sub-tropical woods to join the path from Syabru Besi, at that point moving through uninhabited oak and rhododendron backwoods. Pay special mind to langur monkeys in the trees. The path through the woods up to Lama Hotel gets steep, yet the prize is an agreeable bed in a comfortable cabin in the little settlement. (B, L, D)

Accommodation in local lodge at Lama Hotel

The path keeps on moving through woodland, with view of Langtang Lirung between the trees. At Ghora Tabela (3,000m) the path rises up out of the woodland and the mountains loom on either side of the valley. Once there was a Tibetan resettlement venture here, however now it is a Nepal Army post with no lasting occupants.

The path keeps on climbing delicately and the valley extends, passing a couple of impermanent settlements utilized by herders who acquire their domesticated animals to brush the high fields throughout the late spring. You will most likely impression your first yak in the event that you haven’t as of now. Mundu is just half an hour’s walk further on. (B, L, D)

Accommodation in local lodge at Mundu

From Mundu, the path climbs step by step through yak pastures as the valley opens out further and the perspectives become progressively broad. In the wake of intersection a few little streams and moraines, the path arrives at the settlement at Kyangjin. Here there is a little cloister and a legislature worked cheddar plant, which is a decent spot to stock up for lunch and evening snacks.

As you will land by noon there is an ideal opportunity to relax toward the evening or investigate the zone. In the event that you are feeling vigorous, head up the Valley towards Langshisha Kharka to see a portion of the astounding perspectives. (B, L, D)

Accommodation in local lodge at Kyangjin

Today you can rest or explore the region. You can visit the monastery and the yak processing plant, stroll up the moraine to see the fantastic ice faces and tumbling icy masses of Langtang Lirung or rise Kyangjin Ri straightforwardly behind the town, for a stunning display of the Langtang tops. (B, L, D)

Accommodation in local lodge at Kyangjin

From Kyangjin backtrack the course you followed up the valley, following the Langtang Khola 9River) to Mundu town and on to Ghora Tabela. The drop will positively be quicker than the rising. After lunch, proceed with the lofty plummet to Lama Hotel. (B, L, D)

Accommodation in local lodge at Lama Hotel

Continue retracing your steps to Syabru Besi, getting a charge out of the calm forested slopes. On the off chance that you are feeling fit, take the stupendous course from Rimche through Sherpa Gaon to Syabru Besi; it will take any longer to arrive at a definitive goal, yet it’s a dazzling temporary re-route. (B, L, D)

Accommodation in local lodge at Syabrubensi

Today, drive back to Kathmandu. Upon arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to the hotel.

Evening, transfer to an authentic Nepali restaurant for farewell dinner with cultural shows. After dinner, transfer back to the hotel. (B, D)

Accommodation in Kathmandu

Free till departure. Transfer to the airport in time to connect your onward flight. (B)

Trip Includes
  • 3 night accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast
  • 7 night accommodation in a local lodge with meals in the same lodge or along the way during trekking
  • Sightseeing tours in Kathmandu as per the program with service of a local English speaking guide
  • Kathmandu/Syabrubensi/Kathmandu private surface transfer with our chauffeur
  • Service of an experienced Sherpa guide and porter (1 porter for 2 trekker) throughout the trek
  • Langtang National Park Fees
  • Trekking permit
  • All meals during trekking
  • Farewell dinner at an authentic Nepali restaurant with cultural shows
  • Applicable monumental entrance fees
  • Nepal taxes
Trip Excludes
  • International airfare
  • Lunches and dinners (except mentioned in the program)
  • Sleeping bags (if required can be brought by own or can be rented in Kathmandu)
  • Trekking poles (if required)
  • Travel insurance
  • Any other services except mentioned in inclusion section


1. Flights to Nepal

There are direct flights to Nepal from Kuala Lumpur,  Delhi, Dubai, Doha, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Mumbai, Bangalore, China, Dhaka, Muscat and Istanbul. Flights to Nepal are expensive as it does not lie on any major transit route, particularly during the peak tourist season (March till May) and (October to November).

2. Time

Nepal is 5 hours 45 minutes ahead of GMT & 15 minutes ahead of Indian Standard Time.

3. Visa

Nepal extends trouble-free issuance of visa to all the citizens. Except for Indian tourist all nationals will require a valid passport. The tourist visas can easily be obtained at the airport or any entry point upon arrival. They have to fill up the application form and submit it together with a photograph.

15 days US $ 30 ; 30 days US $ 50 ; 90 days US $ 125

The fees must be paid in cash (credit cards are not acceptable)

4. Money, Currency regulations & Credit Cards

Nepalese currency notes are available in 20, 50, 10, 500 and 1,000 rupee denominations.

Indian notes of 200, 500, 1000, and 2000 are banned in Nepal. All hotels, restaurants, shopping centers will accept USD currency. However, please note the USD currency should be new and it should not be tampered in any way. Visa, Master Card, American Express are widely acceptable in hotels, restaurants and shopping centers.

5. Holidays

Saturday is the weekly holiday. Most of the shops remain closed on Saturdays. Sunday is normal working day in Nepal. Embassies remain closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and on public holidays.

6. Shopping

Shopping can also be very gratifying and exciting in Nepal (especially Kathmandu & Pokhara). There are numbers tourists’ shops with tempting clothes, typical Nepalese craft, beautiful potteries and even gems & jewelries. Singing bowls are likewise a famous souvenir.

7. Tipping

Tipping is not mandatory, however the guides, drivers who are involved in your tours do expect some tips. If you are very much satisfied by the service provided by your guide and driver you may tip them. The information regarding tipping will be provided prior to your commencement of the trip.

8. Health Guide – Inoculation/Vaccination

We recommend that the clients get themselves immunized against certain illness that are not prevalent in their home country such as Cholera, Typhoid, Malaria, Meningitis, Hepatitis etc; Your physician would be best to advise you the best suggestion of these inoculations. Make sure the water you consume is boiled & filtered. 

Trekking Facts

Your Team

We organize private trek only, hence you will be accompanied by an English speaking Sherpa guide. However, please note these Sherpa guides are born and bought up in the remote mountain region of Nepal. Most of them are not even formally educated; hence they will be able to communicate in basic English only, however you will greatly appreciate their sense of humor.

You will then have porters as per the requirement. You are required to carry a rucksack with personal belongings such as a camera, your passport and the things that you require. The rest of the things will be carried by the porters. The porters will walk at a fast pace and you will meet them at trek endpoints, each day, be sure that you have all the required items in your rucksack.

The Sherpa guide will be with you all along. Our Sherpa guides are very experienced, hence request you to follow all the instructions given by him for a safer trek.


Accommodation during treks will be very basic. We request clients not to have high expectation. As you move to the higher altitude, you may even have to share the dormitories and toilets. The accommodation in these regions cannot be booked in advance; hence our guide will try their level best to accommodate you in the best available lodge in the area.

Equipment Required

No special equipment will be required for trekking in Nepal. You will be trekking through well-established trails. However, we recommend you to bring good down jacket to keep you warm, hiking boot with perfect ankle support, fleece jacket and quality sleeping bags, water bottle. Sleeping bags can also be hired from Kathmandu though will not be very clean.

National Park Permit

All these fees are already included in your tour cost. We will require your scanned copies of passport in advance (before your arrival to Kathmandu) so that we can start processing the permit in advance. After you arrive in Kathmandu we will collect your 2 photographs and by the same evening or the next morning we will hand over your required permits.


In case of emergencies, our Sherpa guide will do anything to help you. However, you should have the travel insurance from your home country that covers medical and emergency repatriation, including Helicopter evacuation, in the eventuality of serious illness or accident or if clients are stranded in remote areas due to unexpected bad weather conditions.


All the meals during the trek will be included in your package. However, please note that in the mountain region, there will only be less variety of food available. You will be offered a fixed meal planned by your Sherpa guide.

The breakfast will comprise a cup of tea/coffee, cereal, egg & bread/toast. The lunch will include the main course (fried rice/dal bhat/noodles/macaroni/potatoes) & tea/coffee only. The dinner will comprise of soup, one main course, dessert and a cup of tea/coffee.

Any additional consumption over the regular menu will incur extra cost and will have to be paid by you. Lunch will always be light, consisting of vegetarian items only. Non- veg dinner will be provided twice a week. We recommend carrying a bottled mineral water for drinking.


The Sherpa guide and porter, who will be along with you, do expect few tips, though it will never be demanded. These people are from the very poor background; hence tips are also their source of income.

It is totally up to you to reward Sherpa guide/Porters after the service is over, the amount may depend on how satisfied you are from the overall service provided by them.


You will not require any experience for the trekking. However, you should be physically fit to walk in an uneven terrain for at least 5-6 hours a day.

Physical Fitness

Trekking in the mountain region of Nepal will involve walking over uneven terrain. This can prove physically tiring, especially as the altitude increases. The best thing to do is start with basic exercises, walking up and down. If you have a busy time, then, you should train yourself with exercise machines.

Trekking puts much effort in the quadriceps muscle in front of the thigh hence do start with walking and jogging at least a month prior to your trek. Take stairs whenever possible instead of lifts/elevators.

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