Langtang trekking

Langtang trekking

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Langtang trekking is introduced as the most popular trekking destination with beautiful places in Nepal. The narrow Langtang Valley is close to the border of Tibet, located on the lap of the Langtang Himal, north of Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal. The best itinerary for the Langtang trek is 12 days. We are offering a heavy discount on Langtang trekking. The cost of Langtang trekking is only USD 432.00 per person. But we need a minimum of 2 people. For the single supplement, it is 200.00 USD. In the Langtang trek, you will trek to 3800 meters, or 12350 feet. In general, there is no risk of high-altitude sickness. But the trek is wonderful.

The highest peak, Langtang Lirung (7,246m), overlooks the area of the Langtang Valley. "Langtang" originated from two distinct words; "Lang" means "yak" and "Tang" means to follow. The Langtang trek to the base of Langtang Himal provides the shortest approach to the snow-white mountains from Kathmandu.

Starting from Syabru Besi, we travel through some small beautiful peaks, lush green forests, and the vast Kyangin Valley, bordered by stunning snow peaks. On the way towards the base of Langtang Himal, the glaciers comfortably occurring at a relatively low altitude are extraordinary, and while trekking through them, the excitement level goes to the next level. The Kyanjin (3,800m) provides you with an opportunity to climb Kyangjin Ri (4,350m), from where the 360-degree view of the mountain is so fantastic.

Among others, the sacred Gosaikund Lake is one of the key attractions of this trek. During a full moon festival in August, thousands of Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims came from several places to visit the lake. Langtang National Park is Nepal's first Himalayan national park, established in 1976. Different kinds of endangered species are found in the Langtang National Park, such as pandas, musk deer, Himalayan black bear, Himalayan Thar (wild goat) and so on, which are now under protection.

To explore the Langtang valley is an opportunity to study the culture of the Tamang indigenous people and their community. The Langtang trek can be done at any time except in July and August, which is the monsoon season in Nepal. However, the best time to visit Langtang is spring and autumn.


Langtang Trekking Itinerary

01 Day: Arrival at the airport and transfer to hotel

02 Day: Sightseeing in Kathmandu valley and trek preparation

03 Day: Drive to Syabru Gaon (1,462m) and overnight stay

04 Day: Trek to Lama Hotel (2,500m)

05 Day: Trek to Langtang (3,100m)

06 Day: Trek to Kyangching Gompa (3,750m)

07 Day: Excursion to Tserko Ri Peak (5,033m) and overnight stay at Kyangching Gompa

08 Day: Trek to Ghora Tabela (3,050m)

09 Day: Trek to Syabru (2,200m)

10 Day: Trek to Sing Gompa (3,300m)

11 Day: Trek back to Dhunche and have Lunch. After lunch drive back to Kathmandu

12 Day: Drop off at the airport and departure for selected destination


Trip Cost: US$ 864.00 per person

Present cost : USD 432.00

Cost includes

  •     Pick up and drop transport as mentioned in the itinerary
  •     Accomodation, breakfast, lunch & dinner for the entire trip
  •     English speaking trekking guide
  •     Porters 
  •     National parks’ fees and government royalties
  •     TIMS Card 
  •     Insurance of our trekking staff members
  •     Dawn Jacket if needed
  •     Sleeping bag if needed
  •     Nepal Mountain Lovers' T-shirt
  •     First Aid Kit

Cost excludes:

  • International air ticket, airport tax and Nepal visa fees
  • All kinds of drink during trekking and travel stay with us
  • Travel insurance and the cost of medical services of tourists
  • All kinds of cloth and personal trekking equipment
  • Other personal expenses and tips
  • Charted helicopter, plane and other transports in case of emergency


Visa: You can get an arrival visa at Kathmandu airport that costs 30 US dollars for 15 days, 50 US dollars for 30 days and 125 US dollars for 90 days. Please bring 2 passport-size photos. You can get your visa from the closest Nepali embassy too.


Trip Facts

Country: Nepal

Area: Langtang Trekking

Activities: Trekking and sightseeing

Accommodation: Hotel

Starting and ending points: Syabru Gaun / Sundarijal

Maximum altitude: 4,610m

Duration of the trip: 12 Days

Grade: Moderate

Group size: 1 - 12 packs

Best season: Spring and Autumn


Useful Information

Trekking Essentials:

Backpack (50 liters) with outside pockets to keep smaller items

Trekking boots, well broken in and waterproofed. Gaiters to keep snow out of boots

Woolen sweaters and down jacket, gloves, wind proof outer garments, pants jacket, skirts, T-shirts, shirts, baggy pants and underwear

Several pairs of woolen and few pairs of nylon socks. A pair of sandals

Sleeping bag adequate for temperatures encountered

Hat with wide brim and sun lotion cream

One liter water bottle and some food for contingencies

Repair and medical kit

Head lamp with spare lithium batteries and bulbs

Handkerchief and toiletries

Verified phone number of your Embassy, consulate ,trekking agency and private phone number of your director

Pen, pencils and letterhead to write an emergency message

Pocket knife with opener and scissors

Sunglasses with spare eyeglasses or contact lenses if you wear them

Umbrella and rain coat


Important Information Before Your Trip to Nepal

Payment: Down payment: 20% of total payment is required to confirm the reservation.

Payment of the Balance: Rest amount can be paid in our office after your arrival.

Arrival Point: You will be met at the Kathmandu international airport. Our office representative will be waiting for you holding play card of the Nepal Mountain Lovers Treks and Expedition. In case of your change plan, please let us inform.

Booking Air Ticket: If you don't have regular travel agent, please visit,, They offer you very good price.

Room System: Normally we have two people in a room. Twin bed or single bed depends on the choice of guests and budget. If tourists want single room, s/he should pay single supplementary.

Trekking Leading Person: Our trekking guide will lead the whole trip with his/her helpers and porters.

Currencies: USD, AUD, EURO are major acceptable currencies in Nepal and visa and credit cards also accepted. There is ATM facility in city area.

Altitude Sickness: Altitude sickness will start from 3000 meter height. Trekkers should immediately inform trekking guide if faced any problems.

Drinking Water: We can get mineral water and boiled water in city area and in some trekking places. We use water purification tablet or liquid in some remote trekking sites.

Laundry Facility: Laundry facility are available in city area but not during the trekking.

Visa: You can get arrival visa at Kathmandu airport that cost 25 USD for 15 days and 40 USD for 30 days. Please bring 2 passport size photos. You can get your visa from the closest Nepali embassy.

Orientation Program: Before starting trekking, trekkers are provided with an orientation by our office representative or trekking guide about the necessary trekking information.

Group Size: There will be maximum 12 persons in one group.

Accommodation: You will stay in a nice tourist standard hotel/resort in city areas. Normal hotels or tents are available during the trekking.

Foods: We provide breakfast, lunch, dinner. Tourists can get continental food both in city and trekking places. Food during the trekking might not meet the standard of your country.

View of Mount Everest: Trekkers to Everest region will of course see the Mount Everest. For trekkers visiting other regions where they cannot view Mount Everest, there are daily mountain flights which approach close to Mount Everest.

Travel Insurance: It is compulsory to have travel insurance.

Personal Expenses: It depends on your spending interest and shopping. There are some expensive handmade carpets, Thanka paintings, jewelries and handicrafts to purchase in Nepal.

Luggage: We take only about 10kg per person in trekking. Your excess baggage will be stored in a hotel.

Tips: Tips are highly accepted and appreciated.

Rules and Regulation

Nepal Mountain Lovers Treks and Expedition accepts your reservation under the following rules and regulations.

1. If the balance payment is not paid before your departure for trekking, the booking will be cancelled.

2. If there is war or the situation of the country is out of control and the country faces emergency situation before your arrival to Nepal, we inform you not to come Nepal and refund your payment. But in case of any emergency situation or war after your arrival or during the trekking, we will not refund your money. But we will try our best to make your trip successful and pleasant. In such situation, we may need to change the trip plan and itinerary.

3. In case of increase in government royalty and other costs such as the national park fee, you have to pay extra money.But it is a very rare and small amount of money.

4. If you commit any illegal act or disturbance for the safety and welfare of the group, our leader or guide can ask to leave the group without any right to refund.

5. If you have any complain with regards to trekking and tour please inform our tour leader or company. All kinds of valid complain are welcomed and processed with necessary actions.

6.You are responsible to ensure that all travel documents are with you during the entire trip.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the trekking, tour and travel in Nepal

1. What is trekking?
Trekking is the long-distance walking through the hills and mountains normally in the remote areas.

2. Where do I stay and eat in the trekking areas?
In most of the trekking routes, we can get nice hotels to stay and eat. In other less touristic areas, we sleep in the tent and food is prepared by our experienced cooks.

3. Can I see typical Nepali villages during the trek?
Absolutely ! You can get the typical Nepali villages and feel and learn Nepali culture in the trek as most of the trekking routes are in the countryside.

4. Can I view beautiful snow mountains and the Mount Everest?
Nepal is a Mountainous country. Out of 14 mountains above 8000 meter in the world, eight are in Nepal. Most of the trekking trails approach to the base camp of these mountains. Definitely, you can view the amazing snow mountains. If you do Everest Base Camp trekking, you can see the Mount Everest. Otherwise, there is one hour mountain flight every day to let you view the mountains and the Mount Everest.

5. How many days do I need to trek?
We have many different trekking packages, easy to hard and one day to three months. Just write us for varieties of itinerary based on your requirements. You can get number of trekking packages on our website.

6. Should I be fit for the trekking?
For the easy and low altitude trekking you don’t need to be worried about the fitness. But in the hard and high altitude trekking routes, you need good fitness. Trekkers are requested to do jogging, swimming, long walking and bicycling for few weeks before the trekking starts.

7. Is there problem to trek for elderly people?
For the elderly people we walk slowly. We have done trekking with people at the age of around 75 and it went very well. They enjoyed and did not face any problem.

8. Can I trek with the kids?
Definitely ! If the kids are under five years old, we do not recommend trekking above 3000 meters. There are many beautiful trekking trails with wonderful views below 3000 meters that are perfect to trek with the small children.

9. What can I do if I get sick during the trekking?
Our guides carry the First Aid Kit in the trekking and give you medicine for normal sickness. We recommend you to bring your own medicine if you have sickness for long time. In this case, we would like to be informed in advance. If suffered from the high altitude, we walk all the way downhill and take rest. We walk slowly and do not walk more than 300 meters each day. In case of serious sickness, we cancel the trekking and bring you back to city where we can get the hospitals. You are strongly requested to inform our guides if you find some symptoms of sickness while trekking.

10. Who will pay the hospitals charge and transport?
The tourists will pay all the cost to be spent for their treatment.

11. In case of helicopter rescue needed who will pay the money?
The tourists will pay all the expenses by themselves.

12. Is there weather problem to fly in Nepal?
Being a mountainous country, sometime weather problem occurs in Nepal. In this situation, you have to wait for some hours or few days to fly.

13. Do I need to take domestic flights to reach to the trekking starting points?
To reach to some short and long-distance trekking points you may not need to fly. There is good road access in those trekking sites. But in some popular trekking areas such as Lukla, Jomsom, Dolpo, Kanchanjanga etc you have to fly. As there might occur bad wether before or after your trekking, you are suggested to have a couple of spare days in Nepal, may be needed for you to reach to the trekking starting point or catch your flight back home.

14. Can I talk to my family or friends from the trekking?
In most of the trekking routes, phone services are available where you can call from. But in some long-distanced trekkings, you may not have phone access for a couple of days or you may have phone access only once you reach at the hotel in the evening.

15. Where can I hire the trekking equipments?
There are many trekking shops in Kathmandu. You can hire sleeping bags, down jackets, rucksacks and other equipments based on your need. We suggest you not to take unnecessary belongings with you in the trekking. If you trek through us or any other trekking agencies, you will get all the trekking equipments by us or them. Tourists can have their own trekking equipments like sleeping bag, rain coat etc if they do not want any equipments already used.

16. Are trekking guides and porters are entitled to life insurance ?
All our staff have life insurance. They and provided the proper cloths and other necessary equipments.

17. How many hours do I walk in a day during the trekking?
You will walk normally about six hours a day.

18. Is it possible to trek during the monsoon?
Definitely ! the short and easy trek in the hill areas can be made during the monsoon. One can make long-distance trekking in some areas where there is no monsoon like Upper Mustang and Dolpo. Autumn and spring are the best seasons to trek in Nepal in most of the trekking trails.

19. Do I get picked-up from the Airport?
Our office representative meet the guests just outside of the terminal hall with a play card in the name of the guests and our office name. Guests are dropped at the hotel by our staff with a private car.

20. Can I charge my digital camera in trekking?
In some trekking routes you can. Better to bring some extra battery.

21. How can I make payment of the trip?
You can pay cash or via Visa Card, MasterCard and Travel Cheque.

22. How can I proceed with my booking?
Please click at the inquiry tab on the right top corner of our website to fill out the inquiry form or simply write us at:


Departure Dates:

We have daily departures in the months of March, April, May, September, October, November, and December. In Nepal, the months of June, July, and August are monsoon, while January and February are winter and low season.But if any tourists are interested, we can organize the trip.

Price: US$ 864.00

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