Langtang Trek

Destination: Langtang
Duration : 11 days
Best Season : Sep-Dec; Mar-May

Grade : Easy
Max. Altitude : 3870m

Langtang National Park lies north of the Kathmandu Valley and borders Tibet/China to the north. This trekking route is one of the most popular in Nepal partly due to its easy accessibility from Kathmandu and also to its unparalleled combination of rich cultural heritage and natural beauty. The area is well known for being home to the Tamang people who are of Tibetan origin and are as well known for their unique language and dress as they are for their charming hospitality. The 11 day trek begins with a day’s drive from Kathmandu to the setoff point at Syabrubesi. From there you will explore the spectacular Lang Tang Valley, also known as the “Valley of Glaciers” with its rugged rocks, misty valleys and snow capped peaks. The final stop of the trek is the Kyanjin Monastery. 

Day 1 : Arrival and transfer to hotel in Kathmandu (1300m/4255ft)

Day 2 : Sightseeing and preparation for trek

Day 3 : Drive to Syabrubeshi (1467 m/4812 ft)

Day 4 : Trek to Lama Hotel (2470 m/8103 ft)

Day 5 : Trek to Langtang Village (3430 m/11253 ft)

Day 6 : Trek to Kyanjin Gompa (3860 m/12664 ft)

Day 7 : Excursion and hike to Tserko Ri, overnight at Kyanjin Gompa

Day 8 : Trek to Lama Hotel

Day 9 : Trek to Syabrubeshi

Day 10 : Drive to Kathmandu

Day 11 : Departure


- Camera, chargers, personal medical kit, ID/Passport, diary/notebook, Nepalese currency etc....


- Warm inner layer/base layer set

- Gore-Tex jacket and trouser

- Feather/down or any warm jacket

- Trekking shoes

- Warm socks (several pairs)

- Gloves

- Hat/Cap

- Sunglasses

- Water bottle/camelbak

- Trekking poles


- Airport pick-up and drop-off

- 2 nights hotel in Kathmandu

- Kathmandu - Syabrubeshi - Kathmandu transport

- 3 meals food and lodge accommodation during trek

- Trekking permit/TIMS

- Guide

- Porter

- Staff insurance

- All ground transportation


- Meals in city

- Drinks and beverages

- Personal nature expenses

- Medical and rescue evacuation

- single supplement

- Additional service activities

- Crew tips