Langtang Valley Trek

11 Days

The Langtang Valley Trekking is the most suitable destination for cheap, easy, and short trekking in Nepal. Although this trek is short and can be completed in 9-10 days, it covers many natural and cultural aspects. The Langtang trekking trail is situated in the Langtang National Park, established in 1976 to conserve the unique flora and fauna. It is one of the nearest national parks from the capital city, Kathmandu. The Langtang Valley Trek begins with a tour of Kathmandu’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites, followed by a drive to Syabrubesi on the next day. Following our route map, we begin trekking in the lower region of the Langtang Valley.

During the trip, trekkers can encounter many rare wildlife species, including Red Panda, Himalayan black bear, wild dog, ghoral, serow, and more than 250 species of birds. The trail passes through the breathtaking Langtang River from the starting point, Syafrubesi, to the endpoint, Kyangjing Gompa. September to May showcases diverse natural wonders, from lush river valleys to snow-capped peaks. Dry weather prevails except in January-February, possibly encountering snow. Autumn is the prime time to visit the park. Langtang Valley trekking trip offers tea house-style trekking, where local hotels and tea houses serve accommodation and hygienic meals.

After the devastating earthquake in 2015, the Langtang Valley was badly affected. However, it is almost renovated and back to a normal situation. Proper trekking gear and equipment played a vital role in making the trip successful. Our professional and experienced trekking team will lead your trip meaningfully.


Day 1:
Arrival in Kathmandu (1,350m/4,429ft)
Day 2:
Drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi (1,550m/5,085ft)
Day 3:
Trek from Syabrubesi to Lama Hotel (2,380m/7,808ft)
Day 4:
Trek from Lama Hotel to Langtang Village (3,430m/11,253ft)
Day 5:
Trek from Langtang Village to Kyanjin Gompa (3,870m/12,697ft)
Day 6:
Acclimatization Day at Kyanjin Gompa
Day 7:
Trek from Kyanjin Gompa to Lama Hotel (2,380m/7,808ft)
Day 8:
Trek from Lama Hotel to Syabrubesi (1,550m/5,085ft)
Day 9:
Drive from Syabrubesi to Kathmandu
Day 10:
Departure from Kathmandu


Service Includes

  • Ground Transportation: All necessary ground transportation as per itinerary
  • Kathmandu Hotel: Three nights Kathmandu hotel accommodation with B&B mode
  • Kathmandu Sightseeing: A day sightseeing at Kathmandu, visit some of the popular UNESCO World heritage sites
  • Welcome dinner: Welcome dinner with the presence of trekking staffs and admin team
  • Permit: Necessary trekking permit including national park, TIMS card and local permits
  • Guide: A professional and experienced trekking guide, fluent in English and first aid trained too.
  • Trekking mode services: Accommodation in local tea house and lodge, three course of meals in each day with hot water, tea and coffee as needed
  • Trekking map: A trekking map
  • Medical kit: A group medical kit box

Service Exclude

  • International airfare
  • Nepal entry visa fee
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Meals, during your stay in Kathmandu
  • Alcoholic beverage
  • Bottled water and cold drinks
  • Internet card (wifi)
  • Laundry services
  • Extra services that not mentioned in the above included list
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What permits are required for the Langtang Valley Trek?

Langtang National Park Permit: Required to enter the Langtang National Park.

TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System) Card: Required for safety tracking and management of trekkers.

How long does the Langtang Valley Trek take?

The trek typically takes around 7 to 10 days, depending on the specific route, pace, and acclimatization days.

How difficult is the Langtang Valley Trek?

The trek is considered moderate. It involves daily walks of 5-7 hours with some steep sections. Proper acclimatization is necessary to avoid altitude sickness. Good physical fitness is recommended.

What kind of accommodation is available on the trek?

Accommodation is primarily in teahouses/lodges, offering basic facilities such as a bed, shared bathrooms, and meals. Some lodges in larger villages provide more amenities like hot showers and Wi-Fi.