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Langtang Valley Trek 10 days

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  • 10 Days
  • Group : 1-15 People
  • Guided Trekking
  • Difficulty : Moderate

Hundreds of trekkers each year explore the beautiful Langtang Valley. The Langtang region is the nearest hiking point from Kathmandu where you can enjoy the mountain ranges. Yet, modernization is still unaffected.

A number of Tibetan monasteries can be seen along the hiking trail. Such ethnic icons exude the essence of their society and lifestyle. Lifestyle in the Langtang Valley was inspired by Tibetan culture.

The Langtang Valley Trek is one of the shortest and most adventurous trekking destinations in Nepal. The point of departure for a trek in the Langtang Valley is Syabrubesi. Around 8 hours drive from Kathmandu and you’ll get to Syabrubesi. The hiking trail goes through a number of small valleys, farmlands and forestry. The last target of this trek is Kyanjin Gompa, at an altitude of 3,049 meters. Many packages can be scheduled for this walk, so we typically plan 10 days package.

In this area, various types of vegetation can be found. The trekking path leads you through the refreshing pine and rhododendron trees. You’ll get an opportunity to be close to the wildlife when wandering along a forested area.

The hiking path is abundant in flora and fauna. It is home to wild dangerous animals such as Wild Boars, Langur, Red Panda, Himalayan Black Bear, Himalayan Thar, etc. You could see these animals in their natural surroundings. Various types of birds, such as Kalij, Danfe, Raven, etc., can also be seen on this hiking path. Since this hiking path is part of the Langtang National Park, it is abundant in biodiversity.

The tranquil waterfall will undoubtedly rejuvenate your body and mind as you post those long and exhausting walks.

The Naya Kangri, Gang Chhenpo, Dorje Lakpa and Langtang Lirung are some snow-capped mountains that are noticeable in the Langtang region. Many mountains such as Manaslu, Himchuli and Ganesh Himal can also be seen from various parts of the Langtang hiking path.

Since the Langtang Valley Trek is closest, and Kathmandu’s shortest trekking path, this plan is better for shorter trips. It is also a great option for those who wish to have the Himalayan experience in a short period of time in the rugged and majestic regions of Nepal.

Other similar trekking packages that you might be interested in include: Langtang, Gosaikunda and Helambu trek , and Tamang Heritage Trail Trek


Langtang Region is famous for Red Panda

Hike to Tserko Ri for beautiful mountains view

Stunning view of Naya Kangri, Gang Chhenpo, Dorje Lakpa and Langtang Lirung

Scenic drive to Syabrubesi

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Tribhuvan International Airport Kathmandu Nepal  (Google Map)

Price Includes

  • Airport Transfers by Private Vehicle
  • Two nights’ accommodation in hotel in Kathmandu on twin sharing basis
  • Breakfast at Kathmandu
  • Kathmandu to Syabrubesi to Kathmandu by Local bus
  • All necessary permits and paper work
  • An experienced English speaking Sherpa Guide
  • Sherpa porter (2 trekkers: 1 porter)
  • Staffs expenses like meals, accommodation, insurance and transportation
  • Local tea-house lodges while on trek
  • All local meal (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner) Provided
  • Government taxes and Service Charges fee

Price Excludes

  • Tips for Guide and Porter
  • Nepalese entry visa fee
  • International/domestic airfare
  • Any kinds of drinks (tea/coffee/water/soft drink/alcohol)
  • Hot shower, Internet, electronic device charging cost
  • Extra night accommodation or meals in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure and return from trek (due to any reason) earlier than schedule program.
  • Your travel insurance (travel insurance is compulsory to take an adventure trip and it must be covered both medical and emergency evacuation with worth of 50000 US dollar in Minimum

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu

Upon arrival in Kathmandu, after clearing immigration and customs, at the arrival gate where you will meet and be guided by our airport representative and drive to the hotel for check-in.

Day 02: Drive to Syabrubesi, 8 hrs road trip

Today’s bus ride to Syabrubesi, upon a bus ride you can hit Syabrubesi. There’s incredibly beautiful picturesque view from the bus. This will give you a rural first taste. For safety reasons, your backpack will be checked outside the Langtang National Park entrance.

Much of the route is in a spiral. The path goes up to Dhunche and down to Syabrubesi from Dhunche. After around 7-8 hours of driving, you can enter Syabrubesi, today’s destination. You’re going to sleep here for the night.

 Day 03: Trek to Lama Hotel, walk 6 hrs

This is the very first day of your trek. You must trek the rural areas of the Langtang valley on this day. As this is your first day, essence, landscapes, traditions and culture, biodiversity and the sound of the forest will fascinate you.

Your trip will be through the suspension bridge over the Bhotekoshi River in Syabrubesi. You’re going to hike up the hill across the Langtang River. You’ll come around the heavy Rhododendron forest on the route, and you’ll see a lot of Langurs, as well as other wild animals and birds. On the road, after the forest you can meet a small village named Thulo Syabru.

From here, the journey divides into two paths, one leading to Sing Gompa and Gosainkunda, and the other to Lama Hotel. You must follow the trail through the suspension bridge across the Langtang and eventually to the Lama Hotel. There are some lodges over there, and you’re going to stay in one that we’ve pre-booked.

Day 04: Trek to Mundu passing by Langtang Tamang Village, walk 6 hrs

After leaving the Lama Hotel after breakfast, you’re going to Mundu this day. On your journey to Mundu, you can see beautiful mountain scenery and waterfalls. After a few hours, you will enter Ghoda Tabela, from where the magnificent Langtang Mountain range can be clearly evident. The trekking route brings you to the Langtang River.

The charm of the place is enriched by the flapping Buddhist flags and the prayer wheels on the way. It gives you a glimpse of the Northern Buddhist culture. Our target Mundu is now just a step ahead of the Langtang village. On the fourth day of your trek you’ll be staying here in Mundu.

Day 05: Trek to Kyanjin Gompa, walk 7 hrs

You will begin to ascend towards Kyanjin Gompa after breakfast. It is a famous Buddhist Monastery, where people come to pray from the Langtang Village. You will not fail to miss a lot of Buddhist prayer flags, Chortens, prayer wheels and Mani Walls on the way to this Gompa. Those are through Himalayan traits.

It is a mountainous setting. The vision is flawless after it enters the Kyanjin Gompa. From the location you can see the incredible view of the snow-capped mountain vistas. We will stop for the night at a tea house in Kyanjin Gompa town, after touring the monastery and the nearby village.

Day 06: Acclimatization; visit to Tserko Ri

This is the day of acclimatization. It is highly important to acclimatize before going hiking. It helps the body to adapt at heightened altitude. If you’re given a day for acclimatization, you’ll find it much easier to climb and there’s a marginal risk you’ll get sickness from altitude. But that doesn’t mean you’re going to stay all day. You’ll need to engage in activities such as taking brisk walks to nearby villages.

Therefore, we are taking a day off for acclimatization at an altitude of around 4000 m today. The closest peak “Tserko Ri” welcomes you to discover and see the enchanting Langtang sunrise and spectacular panoramic views. In the morning you’ll move towards this point. The stunning vision of the Langtang Lirung, Langshisha Ri, Gyanghempo, Yansha Tenji and Nayakang Lay peaks will steal away your breath. Upon living for the day you’ll head up to visit Kyanjin Gompa’s parts and see a beautiful sunset from there.

Day 07: Trek Down to from Kyanjin Gompa to Lama Hotel, walk 6 hrs

It is time to say goodbye to the Himalayas and to the Gompa Kyanjin. After breakfast, you travel the same way back to the Lama Hotel, walking through Mundu, Langtang Village, Ghoda Tabela and ultimately to the Lama Hotel, which takes about 5 to 6 hours.

You get to recollect and relive anything that you skipped when ascending. Since that’s the same way back, and you’re coming down now, you should relish every bit of it. Particularly those views you missed out on. The old trail of chorten, prayer wheels, mani walls, watermills, the valley and the smile of the inhabitants are things that you will miss until you return home. When you say farewell you’ll head to the Lama Hotel where you’ll be sleeping for the night.

Day 08: Trek to Syabrubesi from Lama Hotel, walk 6 hrs

On your last day of the trip, you’ll follow the same path downhill until you reach Syabrubesi. Like every day, you’ll continue after breakfast. You’ll enjoy the well-known pine forest in the upper region and the Rhododendron forest in the lower trails.

You will go down into Thulo Syabru, catching up with all your memories spent. You will pursue the descending trails after a short rest there which will take you to Syabrubesi. You will stay in the same hotel where you stayed on your first day, and you will notice big smiles of welcome on the faces of the staff. This is The Langtang Valley Trek’s last day.

Day 09: Drive back to Kathmandu, 8 hrs road Trip

You will have breakfast in Syabrubesi in the morning and grab some souvenirs if you wish. You will spend the bus ride back to Kathmandu. You will enter Kathmandu after 7 to 8 hours. You will be taken to your hotel. Overnight at Hotel in Kathmandu

Day 10: Departure

Our journey to Nepal ends today! Around 3 hours before the scheduled flight our representative will take you to the airport.


What is the difficulty level of the Langtang Valley Trek?

The Langtang Valley Trek is considered to be a moderate trek. It is a challenging trek with some steep ascents and descents, but it is not as challenging as some of the other treks in Nepal, such as the Everest Base Camp Trek or the Annapurna Circuit Trek.

How long does the Langtang Valley Trek take?

The Langtang Valley Trek typically takes 5 to 7 days to complete. The actual duration of the trek will depend on your fitness level and the pace at which you hike.

What is the best time of year to go on the Langtang Valley Trek?

The best time to go on the Langtang Valley Trek is during the spring (March to May) or autumn (September to November). The weather is mild during these seasons, and the trails are less crowded.

Is the Langtang Valley Trek safe?

The Langtang Valley Trek is generally considered to be a safe trek. However, there are some risks associated with any high-altitude trek, such as altitude sickness, falls, and injuries. It is important to be aware of these risks and to take precautions to avoid them.

What are the things I need to prepare for the Langtang Valley Trek?

Here are the things you need to prepare for the Langtang Valley Trek:

  • Physical fitness: The Langtang Valley Trek is a moderate trek, so it is important to be physically fit before you go. You should be able to walk for several hours a day at a moderate pace.
  • Trekking gear: You will need to pack appropriate trekking gear for the trek, including a backpack, hiking boots, sleeping bag, tent, and other essential items. You can find a list of recommended gear online or from a trekking agency.
  • Permits: You will need to obtain a trekking permit from the Nepal Tourism Board before you go on the trek. You can apply for the permit online or at a trekking agency.
  • Acclimatization: It is important to take the time to acclimatize to the altitude before you start hiking at higher altitudes. This means hiking to gradually increasing altitudes over a few days.
  • Guides and porters: It is recommended to hire a guide and porters for the trek. This will help to ensure your safety and make the trek more enjoyable.

What are the challenges of the Langtang Valley Trek?

Here are the challenges of the Langtang Valley Trek:

  • High altitude: The trek passes through high altitudes, and you may experience altitude sickness. Altitude sickness is a serious condition that can be fatal if not treated.
  • Steep ascents and descents: The trek has some steep ascents and descents, which can be challenging.
  • Remoteness: The trek is in a remote area, and there are limited medical facilities available.
  • Weather: The weather can be unpredictable in the mountains, and you may experience rain, snow, or hail.

What are the rewards of the Langtang Valley Trek?

Here are the rewards of the Langtang Valley Trek:

  • Stunning scenery: The trek offers stunning views of the Langtang Valley and the surrounding mountains, including the Langtang Lirung, Dorje Lakpa, and Naya Kangri.
  • Unique culture: The trek passes through the Langtang National Park, which is home to a unique Tibetan culture.
  • Sense of accomplishment: Completing the Langtang Valley Trek is a major accomplishment that will stay with you for the rest of your life.


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  • For booking Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan Tours, You should send with a photocopy of your passport and a 20% deposit of the trip’s overall expense after booking the tours.   The 20% deposit sum is non-refundable once you’ve made the travel down payment. The deposit would be treated as a cancelation charge if you cancel your travel any day after booking with us. The outstanding balance can be paid on arriving in Kathmandu before you start your trek / tour.

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    Sakura , Japanese

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    The Langtang Valley Trek was an eye-opening experience. We had never been to the Himalayas before, and we were amazed by the beauty of the mountains. We also learned a lot about the local culture and history. We would definitely recommend this trek to anyone who is looking for a truly unforgettable experience.

    November 23, 2022

    Ben, Australia

    Group Traveller

    The Langtang Valley Trek was a great way to see the best of Nepal. We got to see the stunning scenery of the Langtang Valley, the snow-capped mountains, and the unique Tibetan culture. We would definitely recommend this trek to anyone who is looking for an adventure in Nepal.

    September 9, 2022
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