Tour Details

  • 9 Days(s)

  • Professional Trekking Guide

  • English, French and Chinese

  • 4,850m

overview

Langtang Valley Trekking is popular as the trek in the" valley of glaciers". Langtang valley is well-received by trekkers around the world because of the views it has to offer, the exquisite Tamang culture it showcases and the amazing landscapes that we can observe there. Langtang is one of the closest places from Kathmandu where we can closely watch the snowy mountain structures and the spotless, beautiful glaciers. The valley is surrounded the grand Mt. Langtang Lirung I, Gangjola, Yala Peak and others. The devastating earthquake of 2015 had an adverse impact on this valley but with assistance and reconstruction, trekking to this area has now resumed.

This Langtang Valley Trek is a great destination for travelers who aspire to trek to the Himalayan region and is seeking for a rather easier trail demanding shorter walks and relatively lower altitude. This is a comparatively easier trekking route; it is considered moderately difficult. If you are looking for an enjoyable journey for your abundant time, this is the right option for you if you are willing to extend your trek.

Tour Highlights

  • Fun drive around Kathmandu and Syabrubnsi through mountain terrain
  • Langtang village aptly called ‘the valley of glaciers’
  • Visit Langtang Gompa and Kyangjin Gompa, the ancient Buddhist Shrines
  • Magnificent view of Mt. Langtang, Langsisa, Langtang Himal and Ganjala peak
  • Study of Tibetan Buddhist Culture
  • Stroll through dense rhododendron forest
  • Beautiful view of 10 peaks above 6000 meters
  • Visit Buddhist monastery and the local cheese factory
  • Moderately difficult walk through rugged trails and altitude over 3000 meters

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Itinerary

  • 1 day
  • 3 Star Hotel

You will be received by our staff at the airport upon your arrival and transferred to your hotel. Welcome dinner awaits you at the hotel along with cultural dance.  Briefing on the trek will be given afterward. Overnight at the hotel.

  • 5 to 6 hrs
  • Guest House

After a hearty breakfast, we will leave for Syabrunbensi early in the morning. We will enjoy the scenic drive alongside the Trishuli river, mountains, and beautiful villages. Overnight stay at a hotel.

  • 6 to 7 hrs
  • Guest House

After breakfast, we set out for Lama hotel. First, we cross the Bhote Koshi river, climb through green forest and then again climb through dense rhododendron forests to reach Bamboo village (1850 meters) to have our lunch. We reach Lama Hotel after a step uphill climb. Overnight stay at a guesthouse. 

  • 6 to 7 hrs
  • Guest House

This trail takes you to the Langtang valley as we move through Rhododendron and pine forests. We will reach Ghoda Tabela and stop there for lunch after a three hours walk. We will see summer settlements on the way where herders bring their livestock for grazing in the summer. You will even see yak if you hadn’t. Overnight stay at a lodge.

  • 4 to 5 hrs
  • Guest House

We head to Kyangjin Gompa on this day by crossing many streams as well as moraines.  You will find a Buddhist monastery at Kyangjin where you can pay a visit. We can observe the local cheese factory.  After a break, we will head to Kyangjin Ri (4850 meters) only to be awestruck by the views of Langtang Lirung. Overnight stay at a lodge.

  • 7 to 8 hrs
  • Guest House

You will go back to Lama Hotel as the trail follows the way to Langtang Khola; we move to Mundu village and then to Ghoda Tabela.  Overnight stay at a hotel.

  • 5 to 6 hrs
  • Guest House

On this day, we walk back to Syabrubensi. The trail follows the lush green forest with rhododendron and green bamboo forests alongside Bhotekoshi river.

  • 6 to 7 hrs
  • 3 Star Hotel

We will head back to Kathmandu on this day via drive. You will be transferred to your hotel when we reach Kathmandu. You will get enough time to rest and stroll around the place if you have missed any sites. Overnight stay at a hotel.

  • 1 day
  • None

The whole trip is completed; now you return back to your native country or head for your next destination. Our representative will take you to the airport for the flight.

What’s included/excluded

Includes

  • Airport pickup and drop facility 
  • Dinner alongside Nepalese cultural dance show 
  • One night accommodation facility in Kathmandu including breakfast 
  • Transport facility Kathmandu-Syabrubensi- Kathmandu via local bus 
  • Licensed guide proficient in English 
  • Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) 
  • Government Tax 
  • Porter while trekking to carry your backpack 

Excludes

  • Dinner and Lunch during the trek 
  • Travel insurance 
  • International airfare 
  • Personal expenses for alcoholic beverages, telephone calls, hot shower, batteries and so on 
  • Nepalese Visa fee
  • Emergency rescue evacuation if necessary 
  • Tipping to driver/porter/ staff 

cancellation

For cancellation contact us.

Good to know

Differences Between Service Trek And Non-Service Trek

In case of a non-service trek, we provide you with accommodation and food facility in a tea house inclusive of the three main meals.

In a service trek, trekkers are required to pay for themselves, for the food expenses during the trekking journey. The service included in the non-service trek is included in the service trek.

Accommodation facility During Trek

We provide you accommodation facility at a tea house on your Langtang valley trek; a tea house is a blend of a guest house, restaurant, and a hangout place. The rooms have twin beds and little furniture. Blankets are provided and the bathroom and toilets are shared. Some tea houses have hot shower facility for which you may have to pay extra.

Food During Trek

Since this is a service trek, you will have to pay for your own meals. Both lunch and dinner are available at the tea houses. You will have to do your lunch in one of the tea houses during the trail. Each and every tea house offers the traditional Nepali meal namely the Daal Bhaat (Rice and lentils). Other options are also available like pizza, pasta, French fries and so on. Beverages are also available both cold drinks and alcoholic drinks.

Trekking Staff

The trekking staff includes guides and porters. The trekking guide is in charge of your trekking journey. You can talk to him or her about all of your problems if you have any during the journey. The guide is well trained and experienced when it comes to the matters of trekking, altitude sickness and medicines, first aid and emergency solutions.

Do note that a guide is a local person; s/he may have Basic English and may only know about the aspects related to trek.

The porters carry your luggage and are local citizens. On porter may carry around 20 to 25 kg weight. We provide one porter for two trekkers.