When it comes to witnessing the diversity in landscapes and local cultures in Nepal, Langtang is an ideal choice. An area of natural beauty, rich culture, and soulful hospitality, the raw and unspoiled beauty of this region attracts avid travelers. If you are planning to explore somewhere new, Langtang could be your next adventure. Let’s get to know it better!

Langtang is a region in the north-central Himalayas. Situated 51km north of Kathmandu Valley, it is an easily accessible trekking region from the capital city. This region shares its borders with Tibet; thus, the local lifestyle and traditions are Tibetan influenced.

This region is proud to have Nepal’s first Himalayan National Park, Langtang NP, which exceeds an altitudinal range of 6450m. Within this area, you can explore the diversity of 18 ecosystems.

You can also visit high altitude sacred lakes, Gosainkunda and Bhairav Kunda, and cross rivers like the Trishuli and Bhote Koshi. Further, you get an astounding panorama of mountain ranges, including Langtang Lirung (7245m).

Trekking options in this region include the Langtang Valley Trek and Gosainkunda Trek. You can even opt for both at once if you have good physical fitness. Helambu Trek is an additional bolt- on option. Altogether, they might take an few extra days, but it is more than worth it! The best seasons for these treks are spring and autumn.

The route of Langtang goes through ethnic villages and virgin forests. Alongside wilderness and monasteries, you will explore beautiful Tibetan villages like Syabru, Kyanjin Valley, and more. Your journey to Langtang will combine challenges and unimaginable rewards. Are you ready for it?

11 days
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Langtang Valley Trek Highlights

    • Mesmerizing views of Langtang Lirung (7,246 m), Langtang Ri (7,205 m), Yala peak (5,520 m), Shishapangma (8,013 m), and Dorje Lakpa (6,988 m).
    • Explore the beauty of the unique Tamang culture.
    • Visit Kyangin Gompa, one of the oldest monasteries in the Langtang region.
    • Encounter rare animals like the red panda.
    • Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu valley.