Surrounded by the pristine Himalayan peaks, lush forests, and scenic lakes, Langtang makes one of the most popular trekking experiences. Langtang Valley Trek brings a mystical, adventurous, and cultural essence of the ancient trans-Himalayan trade center of Nepal. The Langtang Valley Trek trail lies inside Langtang National Park, a country’s first Himalayan national park. The Langtang Valley Trek is the perfect combination of nature and culture which entertains travelers with Tibetan-Buddhist culture and Langtang Himalayas.
The 11-day trip commences at Kathmandu city upon your arrival. This trip takes you on a cultural journey of Kathmandu city where you’ll get to witness some of the most popular UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world. A short drive from Kathmandu will take you northwest to Sybrubensi, where the trek commences. Further, the trek advances northward through the lush forests and vegetation of beautiful Langtang National Park. You’ll pass along many ethnic villages inhabited by Tamang and Sherpa people en route. Lama Hotel, Mundu, and Ghodatabela are of the villages you’ll cross before reaching the Langtang village. You’ll trek further deep into the mountains towards Kyanjin Gompa.
At Kyanjin Gompa you will visit to Buddhist monastery and a local cheese factory and local lifestyle. Then, you can hike to the Tserko Ri (4984m), where you can catch the panorama of the pristine local peaks including Langtang Lirung (7227m), Langtang Ri (7205m), Tserko Ri (4984m), and Yala Peak (5,500m). Afterward, you’ll retrace your and descend to the village of Sybrubensi via Langtang village, and Lama Hotel. Langtang Valley Trek is suitable for any kind of trekkers. The best seasons to visit Langtang are spring (March-June) and autumn (September-November).
Danphe Adventure Treks specializes in finest treks in and outside Nepal. We conduct all kinds of the trek; private, small group, or large group Langtang and other regions in Nepal. Langtang Valley Trek is a similar initiative to allow travelers in Nepal to taste the authentic exhibition of nature and culture.