Langtang Valley Trekking

Overview

The Langtang region is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Nepal ,Langtang is the nearest trekking destination from Kathmandu connected by road transport.

Amazing and stunning landscapes and authentic Tamang culture with heartwarming hospitality in a cute homestay and lodges.

In 2015 massive earthquake made tourism of Langtang upside down and took a life of thousands of people, now slowly since 2018 most of the villages and trekking routes are came back to normal.

The highlights of this trek are magnificent forests, the high alpine meadows and yak pastures (Himalayan animal) around Kyangjin Gompa (Buddhist monastery). 360-degree views of the Himalayan Mountains are truly spectacular from Kyanzjin Ri.

 

Itinerary

Day 01. Arrival in Kathmandu

Day 02.Explore Kathmandu

Day 03.Kathmandu to Syabru Besi 800 m.

Day 04.Trek to Lama Hotel 2,470 m.

Day 05.Trek to Mundu 2,470 m.

Day 06.Trek to Kyangjin 3,800 m.

Day 07.Ascend Kjangjin Ri or explore Kyangjin 4,773 m.

Day 08.Trek to Lama Hotel 2470m

Day 09.Trek to Syabru Besi 800 m

Day 10.Drive to Kathmandu

Day 11.Departure.

 

Inclusive  

Airport Transfer arrival and departure

Accommodation Hotel in Kathmandu on bed and breakfast

Accommodation on Lodge and guest houses during the Trekking

Meal :- Breakfast. Lunch and Dinner

Drink :- Tea, Coffee, Hot water

Experienced Sherpa guide and porter

Langtang National Park entrance ticket

Trekking permit and necessary documents

Insurance for supporting staff

 

Excludes 

Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu

Bar bills

Personal expenses

Personal equipment

Tips for the supporting staffs

Equipment List

Head
– Sun hat or scarf of Buff
– Warm fleece hat
– Sunglasses
– Sun cream
Lower Body
– Under Garments
– Hiking Trouser
– Lightweight cotton long pants
Feet 
– Thin, lightweight inner socks
– Thick, warm wool hiking socks
– Hiking boots
– Camp shoes (sport shoe /or sandals)
Upper Body
– T-shirts
– Light and expedition weight thermal tops
– Fleece jacket or pullover
– Fleece Wind-Stopper jacket (optional)
– Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell jacket
– Down vest and/or jacket
Hands
– Lightweight warm gloves with a waterproof shell outer
Accessories
– Sleeping bag rated to – 20 degree.
– Headlamp, and batteries
– Basic First Aid Kit
– Large plastic bags – for keeping items dry inside bag
– Day pack (approximately 25 to 35 liter)
– Trekking Stick,
– Rain coat
– Note Book/pen
– Camera
– Toiletries

Our Fixed Departure

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