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Langtang Valley Trek

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  • Duration 10 Days
  • Trip Grade Moderate
  • Trip Destination Langtang Valley
  • Starts at Kathmandu
  • Ends at Kathmandu
  • Max. Altitude 3,798m
  • Trip Type Tea House Trek
  • Transport Bus/Private Transportation
  • Accommodation Hotel/Tea Houses

The Langtang valley trek is a classic Himalayan adventure that takes you through the stunning Langtang National Park, camped in the shadow of the mighty Langtang Lirung (7,227m). This trek offers a diverse range of experiences, from the lush forests of the lower valley to the high-altitude grasslands and glaciers of the upper reaches. Along the way, you'll encounter traditional Tamang villages, witness breathtaking mountain panoramas, and experience the unique culture and hospitality of the region.

Langtang National Park was established in 1975 and is home to a rich biodiversity of plants and animals. The park is an important habitat for endangered species such as the red panda, the Himalayan tahr, and the snow leopard. The park also plays a vital role in protecting the headwaters of the Trishuli River, which provides water for millions of people in Nepal.

Langtang Trek is a window into the vibrant world of the Tamang people. Witness their colorful attire, learn about their unique customs and beliefs, and experience their legendary hospitality in cozy homestays.

The Langtang Valley trek, starting from Syaphrubesi and reaching Kyanjin Gompa before returning, is recognized as the third most popular trek in Nepal, following the Annapurna circuit and Everest base camp trek.

There are various treks that traverse the Langtang valley and connect it to neighboring valleys like the Helambu valley. The Langtang valley also offers numerous mountain-climbing opportunities, ranging from relatively easy-to-climb peaks around 5,000 m high, such as Kyanjin Ri and Tsergo Ri, to technically challenging peaks like Dorje Lhakpa and Langtang Lirung.

Before we start hiking on the Langtang trek, the first stop is the vibrant capital of Nepal, Kathmandu. Here, you'll have time to acclimatize to the altitude (1,400m) and explore the bustling streets and centuries-old temples. Your adventure officially begins on the second day with a scenic drive to Syabrubesi (1,462m), the gateway to the Langtang Valley.

The trek starts with a gentle climb through the forests of Syabrubesi, passing traditional villages and cascading waterfalls. The trail then leads to Wangal and Khanjung villages, offering panoramic views of the Langtang Himal. After a steep climb through thick forest, you'll reach the charming village of Syarpagoan.

From Syaphrubesi, the trail continues to traverse up and down through the forest, eventually reaching Ghoratabela. A short climb from here leads to a pass overlooking the Langtang Valley, a breathtaking expanse of alpine meadows and towering peaks. Spend the night in Langtang village and continue the next day to Kyanjing Gompa, a Buddhist monastery perched high in the Himalayas.

Kyanjing Gompa is a serene sanctuary, perfect for acclimatization and exploration. Visit the Kyangjing Monastery, admire the colorful prayer flags fluttering in the wind, and soak in the panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, including Langtang Lirung and Ganesh Himal. For a challenging side trip, climb the slopes behind the gompa to reach an excellent lookout point.

The trek back from Kyanjing Gompa offers more opportunities to witness the beauty of the Langtang Valley. Make a stop at the Yala Cheese Factory (4,800m) to learn about traditional cheesemaking and enjoy stunning views of the Langtang Lirung glacier. Finally, descend to Lama Hotel for the night.

The final part of the trek leads back to Syabrubesi, where you can celebrate your accomplishments and reflect on your journey through the Himalayas. On Day 9, enjoy a scenic drive back to the bustling city of Kathmandu.

This marks the end of your Langtang Trek adventure, but your memories of the stunning landscapes, friendly locals, and rich culture will stay with you forever. From Kathmandu, you can choose to extend your travel by exploring other parts of Nepal, such as the Chitwan Royal National Park or Pokhara, or even embarking on an exciting rafting adventure.

Kyanjin Gompa: A Spiritual Sanctuary in the Himalayas

One of the highlights of the Langtang Trek is a visit to Kyanjin Gompa, a Buddhist monastery perched at an altitude of 3,837m. This picturesque gompa is a center of pilgrimage and learning for Tibetan Buddhists. Visitors can explore the gompa's main temple, admire the colorful prayer flags fluttering in the wind, and soak in the panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.

Kyanjin Gompa is also a great base for acclimatization before climbing Langtang Ri or Tserko Ri, two of the most popular trekking peaks in the region. The climb to the top of either of these peaks is challenging, but the rewards are truly breathtaking. On a clear day, you can see for miles across the Himalayas, with stunning views of snow-capped peaks like Langtang Lirung and Ganesh Himal.

Langtang Ri and Langshisha Ri: Trekking Challenges and Rewards

Langtang Ri (7,227m) and Langshisha Ri (6,519m) are two of the most popular trekking peaks in the Langtang region. The climb to the top of either peak is a challenging but rewarding experience. The trail to Langtang Ri is well-defined and relatively easy to follow, while the climb to Langshisha Ri is more technical and requires some scrambling.

The views from the top of both peaks are simply stunning. On a clear day, you can see for miles across the Himalayas, with panoramic views of Langtang Lirung, Ganesh Himal, and the Annapurna range. The sense of accomplishment of reaching the summit after a challenging trek is truly unmatched.

Local Tamang Culture: Experiencing the Heart of Nepal

The Langtang Trek is a great opportunity to experience the Tamang culture, one of the largest ethnic groups in Nepal. The Tamangs are known for their warm hospitality, their colorful traditional dress, and their rich cultural heritage.

Along the trek, you'll have the opportunity to stay in traditional Tamang homestays, where you can experience firsthand the way of life in the mountains. You can also visit Tamang villages, learn about their traditional customs and beliefs, and taste their delicious food.

Langtang Valley Trek Costs for 2024 and 2025

We are delighted to offer an amazing Langtang valley trek that offers a diverse range of experiences, from the lush forests of the lower valley to the high-altitude grasslands and glaciers of the upper reaches. Bookings are available for this amazing Langtnag trekking for the years 2024, 2025, and 2026.

We offer this amazing trek for just $650 per person on a group joining basis. Immerse yourself in the trek, step by step, feeling the ground beneath your feet. Explore the rich Sherpa culture, soak in awe-inspiring vistas, and breathe in the crisp mountain air.

if you are yearning for a more personal touch. Opt for our private treks catering to 1–5 adventurers, with prices ranging from $650 to $850 per person. Gather your friends and put together a personalized Langtang journey that fits your tastes and speed. Don't miss out on this extraordinary opportunity to explore Langtang Valley in a way like never before!

Book Your Langtang Valley Trek Today

The Langtang Trek is an unforgettable adventure that offers something for everyone. Whether you're looking for stunning scenery, challenging treks, or a chance to experience the unique culture of the Himalayas, the Langtang Valley Trek has it all. So, what are you waiting for? Book your Langtang Valley trek today and start planning your adventure!

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Itinerary
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  • Highest Altitude1,400 m
  • Accommodation3 Star Hotel (Twin Sharing Basis)

Upon arrival at Kathmandu International Airport (KTM), our private transfer will whisk you away to your comfortable hotel. After settling in, enjoy the vibrant city vibes or relax for the evening.

Today, you will meet our representative for a comprehensive pre-trek briefing. Get to know your fellow adventurers, discuss the exciting days ahead, and ask any questions that surface.

  • Duration7-8 Hrs Drive
  • Highest Altitude1462 meters above sea level
  • AccommodationTea House/Lodge (Twin Sharing Basis)

Prepare for a breathtaking journey! We embark on an approximately 8-hour scenic drive to Syabru Besi. As we leave Kathmandu behind, quaint villages lining theTrishuli River come into view. 

Soon, the majestic Annapurnas, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, and Langtang peaks grace the horizon, a mesmerizing prelude to the wonders to come. Finally, Syabru Besi welcomes you with its charming teahouses and warm Tamang smiles. Breathe in the crisp mountain air and relish the anticipation of trekking ancient trails.

Syaphru or Syabru Besi, nestled at the southern edge of the Langtang National Park in northern Nepal, is a charming village nestled at 1462 meters above sea level. It serves as the gateway to the Langtang Valley, a popular trekking destination renowned for its stunning glaciers, snow-capped peaks, and traditional Tamang villages.

Syabru Besi was originally established as a salt trade route between Nepal and Tibet. In the 1980s, the construction of a road for stone mining boosted the village's economy, and later, its proximity to the Langtang Valley made it a popular trekking base.

  • Highest Altitude2,748 m
  • AccommodationTea House/Lodge (Twin Sharing Basis)

Our trek begins with a gentle climb along the ridge above Syabru Besi, leading us to the Ghopcha Khola. Lush terraced fields and dense forests teeming with oaks, maples, alders, and bamboo unfold before you.

Keep an eye out for yellow-throated martins, wild boars, playful langur monkeys, elusive red pandas, and even the mighty Himalayan black bear. Crossing a stream and passing bustling teahouses (bhattis), the trail gradually steepens.

At 2000m, a thrilling steel suspension bridge awaits, granting us access to the north bank of the Langtang Khola amidst cascading waterfalls. Finally, after reaching an altitude of 2748m, we arrive at our cozy haven for the night - Lama Hotel.

  • Highest Altitude2,990m
  • AccommodationTea House/Lodge (Twin Sharing Basis)

Leaving Lama Hotel behind, we ascend higher, rewarded with panoramic views of the majestic Langtang Lirung piercing the sky. Cross a charming log bridge and enter the vast meadows of Ghora Tabela.

Yak pastures unfurl before you, dotted with traditional Tamang villages and water-driven mills. Immerse yourself in the rhythmic whirring of prayer wheels and the warm hospitality of the locals. As we reach Langtang village, Tibetan-style houses and cultivated fields paint a unique picture, revealing the heart of Langtang National Park.

  • Highest Altitude3,798m
  • AccommodationTea House/Lodge (Twin Sharing Basis)

Today, we traverse yak pastures and quaint villages like Muna and Singdun. Cross a unique wooden cantilever bridge and venture across a glacial moraine, a testament to the power of nature. 

Finally, after a challenging climb through the mountain pass, Kyangjin Gompa greets you with its spiritual aura and a vibrant cheese factory. Explore the ancient monastery, indulge in locally produced cheese, and let the breathtaking vista of snow-capped peaks and glaciers steal your breath away. 
 

  • Highest Altitude3,798m
  • AccommodationTea House/Lodge (Twin Sharing Basis)

Kyangjin is your playground today. Choose to conquer Kyangjin Ri (4600m), a challenging yet rewarding climb offering unparalleled panoramas. Or, explore the serene surroundings, delve into the monastery's history, or witness the fascinating cheese-making process at the factory. Each step here unlocks a unique experience, so savor the freedom to explore this Himalayan haven at your own pace.

  • Highest Altitude2,500m
  • AccommodationTea House/Lodge (Twin Sharing Basis)

Retracing our steps, we bid farewell to Kyangjin and descend through Langtang village and Ghora Tabela. Enjoy lunch amidst stunning scenery before tackling the steep descent to Lama Hotel. Tonight, immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of the Tamang community. Savor a delicious home-cooked meal, participate in a traditional dance performance, or simply listen to stories whispered by crackling fires.

  • Highest Altitude1,462m
  • AccommodationTea House/Lodge (Twin Sharing Basis)

The trail leads us back to Syabru Besi, where we have a chance to delve deeper into the fascinating world of the Tamang people. Visit a local homestay, witness their handicrafts, or join a lively cultural show. Gain a deeper understanding of their traditions, resilience, and the harmony they share with the Himalayas.

  • Duration7-8 Hrs Drive
  • Highest Altitude1,400m
  • Accommodation3 Star Hotel (Twin Sharing Basis)

With memories etched in our hearts, we bid farewell to Syabru Besi and embark on the scenic drive back to Kathmandu. Watch the landscapes morph from rugged mountains to verdant valleys as we weave through bustling towns and witness rural life unfold. Relax and reminisce about your Himalayan adventure, knowing you've touched the soul of these majestic mountains.

    As your journey comes to an end, we'll transfer you to Kathmandu Airport. Carry with you the magic of the Langtang Valley, the warmth of the Tamang people, and the spirit of adventure that forever binds you to the Himalayas. Nepal awaits your return, and we, at Nepal Trek Adventures, will be here to guide you to the next chapter of your exploration.

    Our team guides, porters and accompanying staff are locals with a broad knowledge about each and every location that we travel through.

    What's Included

    Airport Pickup and Drop-off Services

    • International Arrival Pickup
    • International Dropoff on your Final Departure Day

    Accommodations

    • 2 Nights in Kathmandu Hotel (Twin Sharing, BB Plan)
    • 7 Nights in Local Tea Houses (Twin Sharing Basis)

    Trekking Permits

    • Langtang National Park Permit Fee
    • Trekkers' Information Management Systems Card (TIMS)

    Transportation

    • Kathmandu to Syabrubesi by local bus
    • Syabrubesi to Kathmandu by local bus

    Food

    • 9 Breakfast (Local and Continental Choice)
    • 8 Lunch (Simple and Light Lunch in Tea Houses)
    • 8 Dinner (Veg and Non-Veg Meals from the local tea houses Menu)
    • 1 Farewell Dinner after Completion of Trek

    Guide/Porter Services:

    • English speaking licensed Trekking guide (Minimum 10 Years’ Experience)
    • All Meals for the guide or porter
    • Insurances for guide & porter
    • Well-Paid Salary as Per Government Rates
    • Local sherpa for carrying luggage (Up to 20 KGs Max)
    • First-Aid Kit box carried by our team
    • Trekking Porter Services (Available on Fixed Departure dates; 2 Guests Share 1 Porter)
    • Please note that a single supplement of USD 200 for the porter applies to solo bookings. You can add this fee when booking your trek, or our team will collect it upon your arrival.

    What's Excluded

    • Nepal Tourist visa (On Arrival) fees.
    • Extra-day expenses apart from the scheduled itinerary.
    • All other expenses not included in the cost includes list.
    • Tips and gratitude to the guides, drivers, porters, other staff, etc.
    • Personal expenses like drinks, laundry, shopping, personal gear, hot shower, gadgets charging and WiFi.
    • Travel Insurance with medical and emergency evacuations with a minimum value of USD 100,000.
    Availability & Private Trip

    Do you love the spontaneity of picking your own travel dates? Explore our Book a Private Trip section and tailor your adventure to your choose. Prefer the simplicity of a planned itinerary and the camaraderie of fellow travelers? Our fixed departure group tours are your perfect match.

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    Start DateStart: MondayFeb 26, 2024End DateEnd: WednesdayMar 06, 2024PricePriceUS $650StatusStatusGuaranteed
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    Book a Private Trip
    Private & Group Discount Price
    1 pax
    US$850
    2 - 5 pax
    US$750
    6 - 12 pax
    US$650
    1 Travelers x US $850TotalUS $850(No additional taxes or booking fees)

    Packing List for Langtang Valley Trek

    The Langtang Valley Trek in Nepal is a beautiful and moderately challenging trek that takes you through stunning landscapes, quaint villages, and offers breathtaking views of the Himalayas. When you are packing a bag, it's essential to consider the varying altitudes and weather conditions. For the ease of our guest we categorized the paking list as below:

    Clothing:

    • Moisture-wicking base layers (tops and bottoms)
    • Insulating layers (fleece or down jackets)
    • Waterproof and windproof jacket pants
    • Trekking pants (zip-off pants are versatile)
    • Long-sleeved shirts & Short-sleeved shirts
    • Thermal underwear for colder nights
    • Underwear and bras (quick-dry recommended)
    • Warm hat and sun hat & Gloves (waterproof and insulated)
    • Buff or scarf
    • Hiking socks (multiple pairs)
    • Gaiters (optional but useful in snow)

    Footwear:

    • Hiking boots (broken in and waterproof)
    • Camp shoes or sandals for evenings

    Gear:

    • Daypack & Backpack (40-50 liters)
    • Sleeping bag (appropriate for the main season, rated for low temperatures)
    • Trekking poles
    • Headlamp with extra batteries
    • Sunglasses with UV protection
    • Water bottles and Water purification tablets
    • Duct tape or repair kit

    Personal:

    • Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, biodegradable soap, etc.)
    • Quick-dry towel
    • Wet wipes or baby wipes
    • Hand sanitizer
    • Sunscreen (high SPF)
    • Lip balm with sun protection
    • Personal first aid kit (including any prescription medications)
    • Camera with extra batteries
    • Power bank
    • Lightweight, quick-dry towel
    • Snacks (energy bars, trail mix, etc.)
    • Cash (Nepali Rupees) for tips and small purchases like Tea/drinks in Camps

    Langtang Valley Trek Flora and Fauna

    The Langtang Trek is a botanist's and wildlife enthusiast's paradise. From sub-tropical forests teeming with orchids and rhododendrons to alpine meadows carpeted with edelweiss and primulas, the trail reveals a captivating diversity of flora. Rhododendron forests paint the lower slopes with vibrant hues, while juniper and birch trees cling to the rocky slopes at higher altitudes.

    As you ascend, the air buzzes with the flitting wings of over 250 bird species. Look for the crimson flash of the Impeyan pheasant, the majestic soaring of eagles, and the playful chirps of colorful Himalayan finches. Keep an eye out for shy musk deer in the undergrowth and the occasional sighting of the elusive Himalayan black bear or red panda, a living symbol of the region's ecological richness.

    The Langtang Valley offers incredible opportunities for nature photography. Capture the delicate elegance of a Himalayan blue poppy against the rugged mountain backdrop, capture the playful antics of langur monkeys in the rhododendron forest, or freeze the moment a snow leopard's piercing gaze meets yours. The diverse array of plants and animals will keep your camera clicking throughout your trek.

    Langtang Valley Trekking Routes and Itinerary:

    The Langtang Valley Trek is a classic yet versatile route, offering several variations to cater to different paces and skill levels. The core trail winds from Syabrubesi through lush forests and charming Tamang villages to the iconic Kyanjin Gompa, nestled amidst glaciers and breathtaking mountain panoramas.

    For experienced trekkers seeking greater challenge, side trips to peaks like Tserko Ri or Langtang Ri offer stunning summit views and a taste of true high-altitude adventure. Alternatively, shorter excursions around Kyanjin Gompa, like the Yala Cheese factory visit or the trek to Tserko Ri Lake, provide picturesque vistas without pushing your physical limits.

    Our itinerary is sampled and designed as per your needs and can be tailored to your desired duration and interests. A 10-day trek encompasses the classic route with ample acclimatization and exploration time. Shortened 5-day options focus on the lower valley and Kyanjin Gompa, while longer 14-day adventures can include challenging ascents and additional side trips.

    Langtang Earthquake Recovery

    The devastating 2015 earthquake deeply impacted the Langtang region, causing significant damage to villages, trails, and infrastructure. However, the spirit of the community remains unwavering, and reconstruction efforts are well underway. Many hotels and homestays have been rebuilt, trails have been restored, and the resilience of the local people is palpable.

    While some trekking routes require rerouting due to landslides, the core Langtang Valley trek remains largely intact. By choosing to trek in Langtang, you directly contribute to the region's economic recovery and support the rebuilding efforts of the local community.

    The Langtang Trek is not just a journey through breathtaking landscapes; it is a testament to the enduring spirit of the Langtang people.

    Best Time to Trek Langtang Valley 

    The ideal time for the Langtang Trek depends on the spring (March to June). These months offer lush greenery, vibrant wildflowers, and comfortable temperatures. However, the higher valleys may still be snow-covered, and rain showers are occasional.

    Autumn (September to November) boasts clear skies, stunning mountain views, and comfortable temperatures. This is the peak season, so expect potential crowds on the trails. Avoid July and August, as monsoon rains can make trekking challenging.

    For those seeking solitude and snowy landscapes, winter (December to February) offers a unique experience. No matter the season, be prepared for unpredictable weather in the mountains. Pack layers, sturdy hiking boots, and waterproof gear to ensure comfort and safety throughout your trek.

    Permits and Regulations for Langtang Trek

    To trek in the Langtang National Park, you require two permits: the TIMS card and the Langtang National Park entry permit. These are obtained by us (Nepal Trek Adventures) in Kathmandu before your trek starts.

    Responsible trekking practices are essential for preserving the Langtang Valley's fragile ecosystem. Stick to designated trails, listen to your guide, minimize waste, and avoid littering. Be respectful of local customs and traditions, and support local businesses by choosing homestays and hiring local guides.

    Altitude Sickness and Safety on Langtang Valley Trek

    Altitude sickness can be a concern for trekkers venturing into higher altitudes. To minimize the risk, ascend gradually and allow your body sufficient time to acclimate. Drink plenty of water, avoid excessive exertion, and listen to your body. Know the symptoms of altitude sickness and seek medical attention if necessary. Contact your guide immediately during the trek. Our guide ensures your hike with proper acclimatization and safety for stress-free hike to Langtang Valley.

    General safety guidelines are crucial for a smooth and enjoyable trek. Pack essential first-aid supplies, inform local authorities about your trek route, and always carry a map and compass. Be aware of potential hazards like landslides and rockfalls, and avoid trekking alone.

    The Langtang Trek offers an unforgettable experience, and our experienced guide ensures a safe and rewarding journey. Embrace the diverse flora and fauna, choose your ideal route, respect the local environment and customs, and prioritize your well-being to fully immerse yourself in the magic of the Langtang Valley.

    Frequently Asked Questions
    • Q1. How much does the Langtang Valley trek cost?

      The Langtang Valley Trek cost $650 per person on a group sharing basis. However, if you wish to do a private trek, then the cost ranges from $650 to $850 per person.

    • During the Kathmandu stay, hotels provide accommodation on a twin-sharing basis, offering a variety of food options. However, throughout the trek, accommodations consist of local tea houses on a shared basis, providing basic services. While the food choices may be limited, the meals offered are nutritious and satisfying.

    • The best time to trek to Langtang Valley is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. During these periods, the weather is generally stable, with clear skies, moderate temperatures, and lush landscapes. Spring brings blooming rhododendrons and other wildflowers, while autumn offers clear visibility of the stunning mountain scenery. These months provide optimal trekking conditions, making it easier to navigate the trails and enjoy the breathtaking views of the Langtang region. 

    • Yes, hiring a guide for the Langtang Valley trek is mandatory and included in the package cost. The guide will provide valuable assistance in navigating the trekking routes, ensuring safety, and offering insights into the local culture. Porters will help carry your belongings, allowing you to focus on enjoying the trek without the burden of a heavy backpack. If you prefer a private porter, you have to inform us in advance while booking.

    • The Langtang Valley Trek is considered to be of moderate difficulty. The trail offers a mix of gradual ascents and descents, with some steeper sections. Trekkers navigate through diverse landscapes, including lush forests, picturesque villages, and alpine meadows. Altitude is a factor, but the gradual ascent allows for acclimatization. The highest point, Kyanjin Ri, offers stunning panoramic views. 

    • Our priority is the safety of our trekkers. Our experienced guides are trained to provide immediate assistance if someone in the group falls ill during the Langtang Valley trek. We have established protocols for medical emergencies, including evacuation if necessary. Communication with local authorities and, if needed, helicopter evacuation are part of our preparedness. It is crucial for all participants to have comprehensive travel insurance covering high-altitude trekking and medical evacuation. Our dedication is to ensure the well-being of our clients throughout the trekking experience.

    • You can book your trek through our online booking system, text, or call us at +9779851017030 (Binod Sapkota).

    • For the Langtang Valley Trek in Nepal, you will need two main permits: the Langtang National Park Entry Permit and the TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) card. You can obtain these permits in Kathmandu or at the entry point of the Langtang National Park. Tourists generally need to obtain a visa for Nepal upon arrival at the Kathmandu airport or from the Nepal Embassy or Consulate in their home country.

    • Certainly! Travel insurance is highly recommended for the Langtang Valley Trek. It's important to make sure that your insurance policy specifically covers high-altitude activities, emergency medical evacuation from remote areas, and trip cancellation or interruption. Given the challenging conditions and potential risks associated with trekking at high altitudes, having comprehensive travel insurance can provide you with peace of mind and financial protection in case of unexpected events or emergencies. Make sure to carefully review the terms and conditions of your insurance policy to ensure it meets the specific requirements of your trip.

    Testimonials
    What Our Clients Say
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      Maria RodriguezSpain,January 12, 2024

      Unforgettable Langtang Luxury Trek

      Langtang Luxury Trek surpassed my expectations. The guides (shiva) very knowledgeable, and the entire team was attentive to every detail. The luxurious accommodations amidst the serenity of Langtang Valley provided a unique and unforgettable experience. I felt pampered while still enjoying the thrill of trekking. An absolute must for anyone looking for a touch of indulgence in the heart of the Himalayas.

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      Jhon DikersonUnited States,January 12, 2024

      Splendid Trek to Langtang Valley

      My trek across the Langtang Valley with NTA was one of the highlights of my life. The entire crew went above and beyond to ensure our trip was enjoyable and was very professional. The hike itself was tough but incredibly rewarding, offering breathtaking vistas and interesting cultural encounters all along the route. 

      My favorite part was reaching the Kyanjin Ri, where we were rewarded with a breathtaking panorama of the surrounding mountains. The trek is highly recommended if you're looking for excitement and a chance to get to know the locals and the natural world.

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