|Lowest Altitude||Approximately 1310 meters Kathmandu|
|Highest Altitude||Approximately 3500 meters Langtang viillage|
|Group Size||Minimum one to maximum Fifteen|
|Best Season||March-May, September-November|
perched on north of Kathmandu valley towards Tibet, following the trail weaved through culturally elevated rustic villages, thick forests of rhododendron filled with diverse bird species as well as elusive Red Panda and open green meadows.
Langtang valley dominated by splendid Langtang Lirung retains its wilderness character though it is third popular trekking destination of Nepal after Annapurna region and Everest region and marvels with diverse culture like Hindu, Tamang, Sherpa and many more along with eye catching glimpses of mountain scenery as well as amazing green pastures used for Yak grazing.
Short trek to Langtang valley begins from Syabrubesi after 8 hours’ audacious bus drive from Kathmandu on bumpy and windy roads of mountain side passing stupas, mani stones and crossing swaying suspension bridges hanging over deep gorges to enjoy the wilderness of Langtang valley with cultural insights visiting monasteries, chhortens and mingling with friendly local people.
Langtang valley was devastated due to massive earthquake of 2015 causing death of almost 300 people but Langtang valley has been rebuilt and many tea houses has been opened as well as trails has been repaired so Langtang valley has gained its same aura like before earthquake.
Day One: Arrive in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.
Day Two: Drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi that takes about nine hours.
Day Three: Trek from Syabrubesi passing Bhotekoshi, LangtangKhola to Lama Hotel.
Day Four: Proceed the trek to Langtang valley via GhoreTabela taking six hours.
Day Five: We trek from Langtang village via Lama Hotel following LangtangKhola and passing through GhoreTabela to reach Bamboo for overnight stay.
Day Six: Enjoy three hours’ trek from Bamboo to Syabrubesi along gradually descending trail with spellbinding vision of mountains and green hills
Day Seven: Return to Kathmandu from Syabrubesi on nine hours’ drive through gravel and bumpy road.
Day Eight: We drive you to airport on the basis of your scheduled flight.
Note: We customize itinerary as per your interest to manage your specific requirements.
Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu
You will be warmly welcomed by our representative at Tribhuwan International Airport. Then you will be transferred to hotel by private vehicle.
Day 02: Kathmandu to Syabrubesi passing Chilime hydropower
Langtang trek begins with nine hours’ drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi heading to north along the road on bank of Trisuli river. You can go either by public bus or private vehicle but private vehicles are safe and highly recommended. You can observe Chilime hydropower plant on Syabrubesi designed on run-of-the river model.
Day 03: Syabrubesi to Lama hotel through Bamboo
We trek from Syabrubesi along the trail that crosses Bhotekoshi and follow LangtangKhola gradually climbing up to Bamboo passing through landslide to reach Lama Hotel at elevation of 2470 meters from sea level.
Day 04: Lama hotel to Langtang valley via GhoreTabela
We leave Lama Hotel and head toward Langtang village via GhoreTabela passing green meadows utilized to graze Yak and livestock of local people. We explore graceful monastery on way to Langtang valley.
Day 05: Langtang valley to Bamboo passing Lama hotel
We trek from Langtang village via Lama Hotel following LangtangKhola and passing through GhoreTabela to reach Bamboo for overnight stay.
Day 06: Bamboo to Syabrubesi
Enjoy three hours’ trek from Bamboo to Syabrubesi along gradually descending trail with spellbinding vision of mountains and green hills.
Day 07: Syabrubesi to Kathmandu return drive
Return to Kathmandu from Syabrubesi on nine hours’ drive through gravel and bumpy road.
Day 08: Return Flight
We drive you to airport on the basis of your scheduled flight.
We customize itinerary as per your interest to manage your specific requirements.
The Cost Includes:
- Accommodation during the treks in local tea-houses and lodges
- Full board meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner and 3 times tea) during the trek
- One professional guide and porter for the trek with their meal,
Insurance and flight
- All National Park Entrance fee and TIMS card
- Down jacket and sleeping bag if necessary during the trek
The Cost Excludes:
- Bar bills (coca cola, mineral water etc.)
- Personal Insurance & emergency rescue charges if necessary
- Extra porter & transport charges in the event of landslides
- Other personal expenses, airport tax, Kathmandu city entrance fee
- Personal, medical and evacuation insurance
- Laundry, cost raised by re-routing, cancellation, political disturbance etc.
- Tips and any other expenses, which are not mentioned above.
Accommodation: You would be accommodated at Nagarjun homestay with facilities of hot water, western toilets, electricity, television, free WIFI during Kathmandu stay. And offered to stay at teahouses with facilities granted by teahouses during trek.
Meal: You would be offered breakfast, Nepali meal at homestay during time at Kathmandu while on trekking you would be provided Nepalese meals three times a day during trek.