11 Days

Langtang is towards north of the Kathmandu Valley and just south of the Tibetan boarder of Nepal. It is sandwiched between the main Himalayan range to the north and a slightly lower range of snowy peaks to the south. To the west of Langtang is Ganesh Himal with a range of 6,000 to 7,000 meters. The northern part of the area lies within the boundaries of Langtang National Park. The main ethnic groups living in this area are Sherpa and Tamang whose religious practices, languages and dress are much similar to Tibetans. Visit to Langtang Valley offers an opportunity to explore villages, climb small peaks and visit glaciers at a comfortably low elevation. The forests in this region have temperate and sub-alpine vegetation. Wildlife includes migratory birds, deer, monkeys, Thar, and Pika. The scenery is spectacular and the Langtang trekking is more adventurous. The main highlights of the Langtang Excursion Trek are Langtang National Park, Kyangjing Gompa, Yak Cheese factory, typical Tamang villages and diversity of flora and fauna.


Day 1:Arrival

Arrival in Kathmandu (1300m), reception in Kathmandu Airport and transportation to Hotel-O/N in Hotel with BB

Day 2: Sightseeing

Visitors can visit various historical and cultural places in Kathmandu valley including Patan Durbar Square, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swayambhunath stupa, Buddhanath Stupa, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, among others.

Day 3:Drive to Syabrubesi

After breakfast, trekkers will take a 4WD jeep to to Syabrubesi for five hours, On the way, trekkers pass through many small villages with fascinating and panoramic view of nature. Trekkers reach Dhunche, the headquarters of Rasuwa district. Then, the trekkers drive to Syabrubesi which is the final destination of the day. O/N in a hotel in Syabrubesi.

Day 4:Trek to Lama Hotel

After having breakfast, trekkers cross through a suspension bridge and head precipitously along a stream, is a beautiful hike through Nepal’s lush, forested middle hills, filled with Langur monkeys, fruit trees, local water mills, buffaloes, cows, goats and traditional Tamang villages. Then, they reach Lama Hotel for night stay.

Day 5:Trek to Langtang

After having breakfast, trekkers pass through a dense forest through Langtang Valley. Then, they cross a bridge and heads up with a winding path along with spectacular view of the nature. The trekkers pass vestiges of Tibetan Buddhism along rhododendron and evergreen forests before they reach Langtang village, which is the largest village in Rasuwa.

Day 6:Trek to Kyanjin Gompa

After the breakfast, trekkers pass Langtang village and they can see Tamangs Yaks grazing in the fields. Continuing along the trail, they trek by Nepal’s largest Mani wall, ancient stones with Buddhist inscriptions carved to the gods. Kanjin Gompa, backed by high Himalayan peaks and very close to the border of Tibet. This place is famous for cheese and curd.

Day 7:Explore Kanjin Gompa

Trekkers can hike out of Kyanjin Gompa, all with wonderful views of the tumbling icefalls. They can get chances to look for the indigenous birds and wildlife such as the Himalaya thar. Kyanjin Ri (4,800m/15,748ft) and Tserko Ri (5,000m/16,404ft) are some good viewpoints in the area that trekkers can climb. They can visit Tserko Ri (5000m) for spectacular view of the langtang Lirung, Langtang range, Kinshung, Yansa Tsenji and the foot of the huge Lirung Glacier.

Day 8:Trek to Lama Hotel

After breakfast, the trekkers will go downhill and can see fantastic views of towering mountains that they had missed on the way up.

Trek to Syabru Besi

After breakfast, trekkers will trek down to Syabru Besi. They can stay the night here or they can drive back to Kathmandu if time allows.

Day 10:Drive to Kathmandu

After breakfast, trekkers will drive back to Kathmandu from Syabrubesi.

Day 11:Departure

Visitors/trekkers can fly back to their country or can extend their Nepal trip exploring worth-seeing places which are in abundance in Nepal.

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