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Langtang Valley Trek

10 days
Tea house/ Lodges


"Climb mountains not so the world can see you, but so you can see the world.” – David McCullough Jr.

 About Trip 

The Langtang Valley trek transcends a mere journey; it embodies an emotionally profound experience. Situated in one of Nepal's most scenic areas, the Langtang Valley was once beloved by trekkers for its stunning vistas, cultural richness, and the inviting warmth of its homestay guesthouses, all within easy reach from Kathmandu.

Presently, the valley welcomes fewer tourists as the tenacious community of Langtang perseveres in reconstructing their lives post the catastrophic 2015 earthquake. Survivors of the quake-triggered landslides were compelled to evacuate, yet have since returned to revive their abodes and livelihoods.

Trekking in Langtang serves as a direct investment in the local economy, fostering sustainable and robust rebuilding initiatives. This endeavor is not merely about aid; it represents the influential role of responsible tourism in effecting positive change, enabling visitors to assist the inhabitants in a manner that honors their self-respect, heritage, and way of life. Trekking here is not only about appreciating the grandeur of nature but also engaging with the resilient spirit of humanity, contributing to the community's restoration.

The expedition commences in Syabru Besi, a charming village that marks the beginning of a journey through magnificent forests, leading to the highland meadows and yak fields adjacent to Kyangjin Gompa, a tranquil Buddhist monastery. A voluntary day trek to the summit of Kyangjin Ri (4,773m) rewards trekkers with a breathtaking panoramic view of the Himalayan range. The trek concludes with a descent back to Kathmandu.

For those with limited time but flexible budgets, a helicopter flight from Kyanjin offers a rapid return coupled with extraordinary views from above.

For inquiries about the Langtang trek, consult with our in-country specialists who can customize your journey, ensuring a comprehensive itinerary and experienced, certified guides.

 Included in the Cost (Received) 

  •  ®    All airport transfers (arrival and departure).
  •  ®   Twin sharing convenience in Kathmandu 
  •  ®   The best local teahouse accommodation during trekking.
  •  ®   Experience leader guide (English speaking, first aid, eco-trained), Sherpa porter (1 porter for 2 trekkers), assistant according to group size.
  •  ®   Breakfast, Dinner, and Lunch are served with seasonal fruits and tea cups.
  •  ®   All expenses for Nepalese crew members including salaries, insurance, food, accommodation, equipment and transportation.
  •  ®   Roundtrip Domestic Flight  with airport taxes (if mention in itinerary).
  •  ®   All necessary National Park Permit and Paperworks.
  •  ®   All necessary trekking transfers.
  •  ®   Down Jacket and Seasonal Sleeping Bag (return after use).
  •  ®   Travel Duffel Bag (return after use).
  •  ®   Nepalese Cultural Dinner with farewell programme
  •  ®   A complete first-aid medical kit.
  •  ®   All relevant fees, taxes, and levies. 
  •  ®   Route map for hiking (As a souvenir)
  •  ®   Experience certificate (after completion the journey)
  •  ®   First Aid service (Basic)
  •  ®   Oximeter - To decide your oxygen level.

 Not Included In the Cost (Canceled) 

  •  ©   Nepal Visa Expense and Worldwide Airfare.
  •  ©   lodging & fooding in Kathmandu Valley.
  •  ©   Individual Trekking Gears and Equipments.
  •  ©   Trekking Costs like Drinking Water, Soft & Hard Drinks, Juice, Phone Calls, Web Utilize, Battery Charging, Clothing, Hot Shower, Gift, Extra Porters etc
  •  ©    Any Kinds of Health or Travel Insurance (It is obligatory to decrease the conceivable cost in case of crisis clearing)
  •  ©   Cost emerges due to hindrance and delays within the program schedule due to climate issues or Health problem issues.
  •  ©   Any additional expenditures or activities aside from  "Service Provided.


 Trip Cost 

  1.  Service Package cost = US$810 per person                  Book Now
  2.  Full-board Package cost = US$ 1295 per person           Book Now  
  3.  Luxurious Package cost =  US$  2115 per person        Book Now  

 Package Description  

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Day 01: Drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi, covering 171 km in 7-8 hours. 
Day 02: Trek from Syabrubesi to Lama Hotel at 2480m, a 6-hour walk.
Day 03: Trek from Lama Hotel to Langtang Valley at 3420m, a 6-hour walk.
Day 04: Trek from Langtang to Kyanjin Gompa at 3880m, a 3-hour walk, and explore the area.
Day 05: Trek from Kyanjin Gompa back to Lama Hotel at 2480m, a 6-hour walk.
Day 06: Trek from Lama Hotel to Syabrubesi, a 5-hour walk.
Day 07: Drive from Syabrubesi back to Kathmandu, 171 km in 7-8 hours.



  • Day 01 : Drive Kathmandu to Syabrubesi : 171km  7-8 hrs. After breakfast, you'll take a bus or jeep to Syaprubensi, marking the beginning of our trek. The journey, spanning approximately 6-7 hours, will take you through historically and commercially important settlements, rolling hills, and verdant woodlands. Along the way, you'll be greeted by stunning settlements, lush greenery, and varied landscapes. The roads are a mix of asphalt, gravel, and occasional bumps. Upon arrival, you can settle into one of the local lodges. For the remainder of the day, feel free to wander and explore the surrounding village.

  • Day 02 : Trek Syabrubesi to Lama Hotel  (2480m) : 6hrs walk. Our trek starts today, initially passing through the village to the river, which we cross via a suspension bridge. As we climb uphill towards Langtang Khola, we traverse through dense woodlands until we reach Bamboo. Gradually ascending, we witness a variety of flora and fauna en route to the Lama Hotel. In this region, one can immerse themselves in Tibetan culture, traditions, and lifestyle.

  • Day 03 : Trek Lama Hotel to Langtang Valley (3420m) : 6 hrs walk. Our 5th day starts ascending gently upwards to the Langtang Khola. As you reach further, the trail becomes steeper. But you shall have the mesmerizing views of the Langtang Lirung from different angles. Continuing the journey, we reach the big pasturelands of Ghoda-Tabela. You can see several lodges and a police check post there. Marching further, we reach to a wide valley.  As we reach Langtang Village, we can see some yak pastures, scattered Tamang settlements, colorful prayer flags, and some prayer wheels.  Langtang village, the headquarter of Langtang National Park contains Tibetan styled flat-roofed houses, some lodges, teahouses and cultivated lands where farmers grow buckwheat, potatoes barley, wheat, turnips, and several others.   

  • Day 04 : Trek Langtang to Kyanjin Gompa (3880m) : 3hrs wal] and explore around. After breakfast, we set out for Kyanjin Gompa, located approximately 7 km from Langtang Village. The trail meanders through villages, across flatlands, up ascents, down descents, past prayer flags, Mani walls, chortens, and various settlements. Crossing streams and wooden cantilever bridges adds an adventurous and memorable element to the journey. As we continue, we will eventually arrive at Kyanjin Gompa. Along the way, one can witness the dramatic icefalls cascading from the peaks of Langtang Lirung and Kimshung as well.

  • Day 05: Trek Kyanjin Gompa to Lama hotel (2480m) : 6hrs walk. As we descend back to Lama Hotel, we will be greeted with breathtaking views of towering mountains that may have been missed on the ascent. By taking extra time, you can stroll slowly to fully absorb all the scenic wonders. Overnight stay at the guesthouse.

  • Day 06 : Trek Lama Hotel to Syabrubesi :5hrs walk. After breakfast, we embarked on our journey towards Thulo Syabru. The path led us downhill to Pairo, where we crossed the river and ascended through picturesque Tamang settlements on tranquil trails. As we passed among pine and juniper trees, we spotted various birds and wildlife, including the Red Panda and pheasants. Throughout the trek, the Langtang ranges were a constant, magnificent presence.

  • Day 07 : Drive back Syabrubesi to Kathmandu : 171km /7-8hrs.  Enjoy a scenic drive back to Kathmandu by jeep, a journey that takes approximately 7-8 hours. Your stay will include an overnight at a hotel in Kathmandu, with breakfast and lunch provided.


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