Tour Details

  • 11 Days(s)

  • Guided Trek

  • English

  • 4600m/15088 ft.


11 Days Langtang Valley Trekking is one of the most beautiful and exciting trips of Nepal. A perfect blend of deep Tamang culture, exquisite mountain views, and easy accessibility from Kathmandu, Langtang Trek is a popular choice of treks. Even though the 2015 Earthquake destroyed the Langtang Region, the originality and natural richness have not faded away. You get to trek through and through the dense forests during the trail to reach Kyangjin Gompa, from where you get incredible 360-degree views of the mountains. The unique climate and the steep valley vegetation make Langtang Valley a must-visit place. You get a chance to dive deep into the lifestyle of Langtang people and enjoy your time there.

Tour Highlights

  • Magnificent views of the Langtang Ri, Langtang Lirung, and Dorje Larpa
  • Exploration of dense vegetation and forests
  • Climbing Kyangjin Ri can be an experience of a lifetime
  • Experience how it feels like to live in Langtang Village


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  • 1 Hour
  • 3 Star Hotel

After your arrival at International Airport, you would be greeted by our agent. Upon arrival at the airport, move to the hotel. On the first day freshen up and take a rest in a 3-star luxury lodging (Thamel Eco Resort or Skyline Hotel)

  • 6 Hour
  • Guest House

On a second day, from Kathmandu travel early to Syabru Bensi across Dhunche (1966 m above sea level). Then, gradually we drive to Dhunche through picturesque foothills and ridgeline views. Trishuli Bazaar's first portion of our drive is quite smooth. Reaching Syabru Bensi which is a lovely town on the ridgeline, your actual trek begins. Stay the night at Syabru Bensi at the lodge of the tea house.

  • 6 Hour
  • Guest House

Start the trip to Lama Hotel from Syabru Bensi (2470 m.). The trail runs along the hill of the main street of Syabru and then goes down to Ghopche Khola (2050 m.) and then to Pairo (1810 m.). From here, the trail runs over Bamboo (1960 m.) to Rimche (2400 m) and finally ends at the Lama Hotel. Throughout the way, you can see red pandas, monkeys and bears. Stay the night at one of the tea house lodges.

  • 6 Hour
  • Guest House

After lunch at the Lama Hotel, walk through Ghore Tabela (3000 m.) to the village of Langtang (3430 m), which might take around six hours. On the way, we'd find some Yak grazing grounds. During the summer months, local people bring their livestock for grazing in the high pasture land. Before we get to Langtang Town, we pass a monastery which is one of the holy places for people residing in that location. We reimburse the monastery for our short visit and arrive at the destination Langtang Village. Night at the lodge of the tea house.

  • 6 Hour
  • Guest House

On the fifth day its time to trek from Langtang Village to Kyangjin (3870 m.). It takes approximately three hours to get there. Our route steadily goes through small villages and yaks pasture land the valley starts to expand, and the sights get extensive. After several small streams and moraines, you can finally reach Kyangjin Gompa. Later, visit Kyangjin Gompa's cheese factory with a panoramic view of Dorje Larpa (6990 m.), Langtang Ri (6370 m.), Langtang Lirung (7245 m.) and many more. Spend a night in a nearby tea house lodge.

  • 6 Hour
  • Guest House

On the 6th day, Kyangjin Gompa would acclimatize and go on an excursion to make good use of the time. Visit the monastery and cheese factory, walk up the moraine to see Langtang Lirung's spectacular icefalls and tumbling glaciers, or climb up Kyangjin Ri (4350 m) are some of the to od list for day six. Night at the lodge of the tea house.

  • 6 Hour
  • Guest House

Start the trek to Lama Inn from Kyangjin Gompa. From Kyangjin, we retrace our journey to Langtang village and Ghora Tabela, following the Langtang Khola. Have lunch at Ghora Tabela, get back to Lama Hotel. Spend the night at the tea house.

  • 6 Hour
  • Guest House

Similarly, walk to Sybru Bensi (1460 m) from the Lama Hotel early in the morning after the tea. On the way, we'd find Tamang woman weaving clothes. In addition, we would also be fortunate enough to experience Tamangs ' rich culture and see red pandas, monkeys and various bird species along the way. Night at the lodge of the tea house.

  • 6 Hour
  • 3 Star Hotel

On the ninth day of trek get back to Kathmandu from Syabru Bensi. Penetrating the rural settlements on the way back to Kathmandu is quite interesting. On reaching Kathmandu, you will be transferred to our hotel, and a typical Nepali restaurant would serve a farewell dinner. Stay the night in 3-star hotel (Thamel Eco Resort or Skyline Hotel)

  • 6 Hour
  • 3 Star Hotel

Visit places such as Swoyambhunath, Pashupatinath, Patan Durbar Square and Boudhanath inside the Kathmandu Valley. 3-star room lodging (Thamel Eco Resort or Skyline Room) for the night.

  • 1 Hour
  • None

After the morning breakfast, we will drop you to the airport by private car.

What’s included/excluded

Our Package Includes:

  • Pick up and drop from airports via private car/van/bus.
  • Deluxe accommodation for three nights in Kathmandu (on the day of arrival and after hiking).
  • Guided tour of the city by private tourist vehicle in Kathmandu.
  • Entrance fees on museum, monasteries and other historical places inside the valley
  • Your standard meals during the trekking (breakfast, lunch, and dinner).
  • Availability of ground transportation to Syabru Bensi from Kathmandu and vice-versa by a drive
  • All accommodations during trekking in lodges/tea houses, and so on.
  • A skilled, co-operative and pleasant and helpful guide, porters (one for two people).
  • Guide and Porter's wages, meals, drinks, lodging, travel and insurance.
  • Emergency Helicopter Service Arrangement to be paid for by your Travel Insurance
  • Reliable Insurance Company
  • Permit to Langtang National Park
  • Card fees for the Trekker Information Management System (TIMS).
  • Availability of duggle bag if necessary
  • Farewell dinner with a cultural dance show in a typical Nepali restaurant
  • All taxes, vat and service charges for our government

Our Tour Package doesn’t include:

  • Nepal entry visa fee (on arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport-Kathmandu, you can easily issue a visa). To issue a permit, you will need two passports sized photo
  • Travel insurance from the company
  • Foods which is not mentioned in the itinerary during your stay in Kathmandu
  • All the beverages 
  • Tips to porters and guides (expected but it is not compulsory)


Free cancellation up to 30 days prior departure, after which the deposit becomes non-refundable.

Good to know

A suggested list of equipment for trekking in Nepal Himalayas is given below. Our porters can hold between 20 kg to 25 kg of your big bag. And it's easier to have your day bag on your own, where you can put all the stuff you need for the day. Like a camera and clip, tea, napkins, warm tee-shirt, and a jacket.

A checklist given below of supplies shows some things that you could bring on a trek. Don't hold them all as your bag could get really heavy.

For all treks?


  • Down- or fibre-filled jacket for cold seasons (winter treks)
  • Pile jacket or jumper (sweater)
  • Hiking shorts (for men) or skirt
  • Waterproof jacket, poncho or umbrella
  • Hiking pants
  • T-shirts or blouses
  • Underwear
  • Sun hat
  • Swimwear (optional)


  • Trekking or running shoes
  • Camp shoes or thongs
  • Socks (polypropylene)

Other equipment

  • Backpack or daypack
  • Sleeping bag (optional)
  • Maps, compass & guidebook (optional)
  • Water bottle
  • Torch (flashlight) and batteries

Miscellaneous items

  • Toiletries
  • Towel
  • Laundry soap
  • Toilet paper & cigarette lighter
  • Pre-moistened towelettes
  • Sunscreen (SPF 15+)
  • Small knife
  • Sewing kit
  • Iodine, water purification tablets or filter
  • Medical & first-aid kit

For treks with longer stay above 4000m.?


  • Insulated pants
  • Nylon windbreaker
  • Nylon wind pants
  • Long underwear
  • Woollen hat (or balaclava)
  • Gloves
  • Gaiters


  • Mountain thick trekking boots
  • Woollen Socks to wear with boots to keep your feet warm
  • Light cotton socks to wear under wool socks for more heat and warmth
  • Down cosy booties (optional)

Miscellaneous items

  • Goggles or sunglasses
  • Sunscreen for lips

Optional equipment

  • Photographic Gear
  • Camera & lenses
  • Lens cleaning equipment
  • Film (about 20 rolls)
  • Navigation Aids
  • GPS unit
  • Altimeter
  • Thermometer
  • Miscellaneous Items
  • Binoculars
  • Books/magazines
  • Small duffel bag or suitcase (to leave behind in Kathmandu)
  • Padlock
  • Stuff sacks & plastic bags