Langtang valley trekking is one of the foremost popular trekking destinations in Nepal. Langtang valley lies closer to Kathmandu than other trekking regions and is lesser employed by both trekkers and locals. As a result, situated near the Tibetan border within the north of Kathmandu this trek is relatively short.
However, the trek comprises numerous beautiful landscapes, meadows and old monasteries. Sherpa & Tamangs people are the main residents of this area. Although the Sherpa of Langtang is of Tibetan origin they are quite distinct from the sherpas of Solukhumbu both in language and customs.
Even more, the Langtang area contains a board variety of climatic zones, from subtropical to alpine. Almost 25% of the area is forested. The diverse range of trees such as the deciduous Oak and Maple, evergreens like Pine, and various types of Rhododendron are found here.
February, March, April, May, June, September, October, November & December are the best seasons for Langtang trek in order to explore a clear view of Himalayas. While in the context of December & February, the temperature is too cold but the visibility is still good. Some trekkers choose this time because there are very only a few tourists on the trails.
Langtang Valley Trekking is one of the easiest trekking and anyone has possibilities making it a success. The hiking will be from 3-6 hours on a daily basis depending on the destination. However, we’ll take regular breaks where we admire the mountain views. The trek routes involve long climbs, steep descents and a steep forward trail within the rocky paths and therefore the forests moreover.
However, it’s not recommended for people who suffer from sensitive medical conditions like heart or lung disease.
The journey begins from eight hours driving from Kathmandu to Syaprubesi. Finally, we’ll start to trek from the lovely hill town of Syabrubensi which winds through beautiful rhododendron and conifer forests through the Langtang National Park. The route leads up to the high alpine yak pastures, glaciers, and moraines around Kyangin.
So, reaching Langtang valley, we will find the waved prayer flags, painted in bright colors and so the walls of Mani painted with different signs and symbols.
You will need the following documents for issuing the trekking permit to trek in Langtang region:
You will need the following permits for trekking in the Langtang region:
You have to walk around 5-7 hours approx. every day.
1st Day: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264 ft)
2nd Day: Half Day Sightseeing around Kathmandu & Preparation for the trek
3rd Day: Drive to Syabrubesi (1,550m/5,100ft): 145 Km/ 7-8 hrs.
4th Day: First Day of the trek to Lama Hotel (2,380m/7,830ft): 6-7 hrs.
5th Day: Trek to Lang tang Village (3,430m/11,253ft): 6-7 hrs.
6th Day 06: Trek to Kyanjin Gompa (3,870m/12,697ft): 2-3 hrs.
7th Day: Visit Tserko Ri and Trek Back to Kyanjin Gompa: 7-8 hrs.
8th Day: Trek back to Lama Hotel: 5-6 hrs.
9th Day: Trek back to Syabrubesi: 5-6 hrs.
10th Day: Repel to Kathmandu: 7-8 hrs.
11th Day: Departure
Our company representative will be there at Tribhuvan International Airport to welcome you. Meet and Greet at the airport, then transfer to hotel & check-in. Have a Welcome drink, after freshen up briefing about the trekking. Rest day free for own activities. Overnight in the hotel.
After breakfast, visit for sightseeing of famous Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. Afternoon free for trek preparation, shopping & other various own activities. Overnight in the hotel.
Meet & Greet with guide & potter, briefing about the trek, then have breakfast. After breakfast, we drive to Sybrubesi. On the way, we enjoy the Himalayan views and mountainous lifestyle through the terraced fields and rustic villages. We’ll have a Lunch at the Kalikasthan, after we’ll continue further to Syabrubesi. Accommodation on Tea House (Lodge)
Today is our first day of trekking. Follow the Lang-tang Khola River. Withstand the thick forests. Cross several suspension bridges. We also surpass a tea house. The trail contains both ascending and descending which is not that challenging. Accommodation on Tea House (Lodge)
Today our trail continues along the forest. After making a gentle climb up through the valley, we leave the timberline behind us. Enjoy the remarkable views of Langtang Lirung. Surpass prayer wheels, Chortens, with sacred mounds of rocks with carving on them. Accommodation on Tea House (Lodge)
This day we get out of the village and pass away through yak pastures. Also pass the long Mani wall in Nepal, made of stone with a mantra written on them. Kanjin Gompa is surrounded by breathtaking views of the mountains & Himalayas all around. Accommodation on Tea House (Lodge)
Early morning we visit the viewpoint of Tserko Ri (5000m/16,404ft) for mountain sunrise views. After breakfast, and backpedal to Kanjin Gompa. It’s 7/ 8 hours walk up and down. TserkoRi is the highest point of the trek from where we get to see the various peaks like Langtang Lirung (7,227m), Langtang II (6,586m), Lang-tang Himal, Yala peak, Yala peak, Dorje Lakpa, etc. Accommodation on Tea House (Lodge)
From today we’ll descend downhill through the forest following the river. Withstand the ethnic Tamang settlements we follow religious and cultural practices the same as the Tibetans. Accommodation on Tea House (Lodge)
Today after breakfast, we trek backpedal to Syabrubensi, about 5 hours walk. Enjoying the straightforward trail mostly downhill through lush green vegetation. Accommodation on Tea House (Lodge)
This day after breakfast we fight off to Kathmandu. Spend the day leisurely or catch au courant some last-minute shopping or explore any sights you missed during your first day in Kathmandu. And evening we’ll have a farewell dinner together Nepali restaurant.
Have early morning Breakfast then check out from the hotel. Transfer to airport. Farewell
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Trekkers have to provide their own personal clothing and equipment. Some items & kit are available for hire from us like Down Jacket, Sleeping Bags, Tents, etc. The following are the recommended equipment list:
Down or fiber filled waterproof jacket and trousers, sweater or fleece jacket, underwear, warm and cotton trousers, shirts, and T-shirts, shorts, union suit, wool hat, sun hat, gloves, swimsuit, tracksuit, couple pair of socks, etc.
Lightweight trekking boots – these must be suitable for snow, thick socks, light socks, camp shoes.
Sunglasses, trekking bag, flashlight with spare batteries, chargers, universal power adaptor, bottle, sun cream, lip salve, lock, day pack, gaiters, etc.
Insect repellant, toilet articles, diary, toilet paper, laundry soap, wet ones, pocket knife, towel, sewing kit, plasters, binoculars, camera, memory cards, chargers, and private medical kit, etc.
PASSPORT AND VISA
All foreigners except Indians require a visa to enter Nepal. A visa for Nepal can be obtained on arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu and at the border entry points in Kakadvitta, Birgunj, Bhairahawa, Nepalgunj, Gaddachowki on the Nepal-India border and Kodari on the Nepal-China border.
Outside of Nepal, A visa can even be obtained at the closest Nepal Embassy or delegacy.
To renew a Visa you’ll be able to head to the Department of Immigration, Kalikasthan, Kathmandu.
A valid passport and one passport size photo with a light-weight background.
The current cost of the visa fee is the US $40 for 30 days which needs to be paid in cash on arrival on Tribhuvan International Airport. Citizens of China and therefore the SAARC countries will receive a free visa.
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