Langtang Valley Trekking Highlights: - Manaslu, Annapurna, Ganesh Himal Views - Oak and rhododendron forests - Langtang river, Langtang Village - The Kyanjin Gompa - Climb Tsherko-Ri - Amazing Himalayan, valley and forest views - The rural village of the Langtang Region and their unique culture Overview of Langtang Valley Trekking: If forests and jungle trails are what fascinates you, then the Langtang Valley Trekking is it! Langtang Valley Trek is the nearest trek from Kathmandu. It brings you to the foot of the Nepalese Himalayas through fantastic jungle trails and lush green valleys. The Langtang Valley is home to the Sherpa and Tamang people who are known for their hardworking attitude and friendly nature. During the Langtang trek, we can see their unique lifestyle and centuries-old traditions. Furthermore, the Kyanjin Gompa a legendary Buddhist monastery awaits our visit. The Langtang Valley Trek is an adventure suitable for easy to medium-level trekkers. It is however advised to do some light exercise before participating in this amazing trek to avoid muscle soreness, pain, and other issues. This trekking in Langtang Valley is suitable for the whole year. However, nature lovers are recommended to take this journey from September to November or from March to May. Peregrine Treks staff will suggest you the best seasons to do the Langtang Valley Trek during your booking or inquiry. Furthermore, you can extend this Langtang Trekking with 16-Days Langtang Gosaikunda Trek or 17-Days Langtang Helambu Trek. Extending the trek will let you experience the beauty of the Langtang region to the fullest. The Langtang Valley Trekking Route With a drive to Syabrubesi located in the Rasuwa district of Nepal, the Langtang Valley Trek starts. Crossing Dunche, we will arrive at Syabrubesi. On the way, we get to see our first glimpses of the hilly Nepali landscapes. Along with remote villages and rice paddy fields, the Langtang Trek starts from Syabrubesi. The adventure begins as we head along the Langtang Khola (River) through forests filled with rhododendron trees and various wildlife. Heading towards the Lama Hotel, a vibrant village in the forest receives travelers with every hospitality. As we travel further towards the Langtang village, the views of the mighty Nepali Himalayas and mountains become clearer. Passing by Ghoda Tabela the Langtang Lirung, Tsergo Ri, and the Yala Peak come into view. This journey is fantastic and it becomes even more so once the massive Langtang Glacier comes in sight! We continue our walk towards Kyanjin Gompa. We stay an extra day at Kyanjin Gompa for acclimatization. On the rest day, we will be exploring the monasteries, cheese factory, and a hike to Tserko Ri. From the viewpoint of Tserko Ri, we can witness a mesmerizing view of mountains and glaciers. Then we return to Lama hotel passing Langtang Village and Mundu. From there, we will be trekking south back to Syabrubensi. The next day, we will drive back to Kathmandu which will take about seven to nine hours. Upon reaching Kathmandu, we will get back to our respective hotels and cherish a short enjoyable trek. Upon the traveler’s request, Peregrine Treks & Expedition can take you up to the Ganjala Pass. The trek will end once we reach Helambu. Don’t miss out on this unique cultural trek called Langtang Valley trek in Nepal! Langtang Valley Trekking Itinerary Day 01 Arrival in Tribhuvan International Airport Day 02 Bus Drive from kathmandu to Syabrubesi (1550 m/5100 ft), 7-8 hrs Day 03 Syabrubesi to Lama Hotel (2380 m/7830 ft), 6-7 hrs Day 04 Lama Hotel to Mundu (3543 m/11621 ft) via Langtang village, 6-7 hrs Day 05 Mundu to Kyanjin Gompa (3870 m/ 12697 ft), 3-4 hrs Day 06 Kyanjin Gompa to Tserko Ri (5000 m/ 16404 ft), 6-7 hrs Day 07 Trek down to Lama Hotel from Kyanjin Gompa, 6-7 Hrs Day 08 Lama Hotel to Syabrubesi, 4-5 hrs Day 09 Bus Drive to Kathmandu 7-8 hrs Day 10 Kathmandu Sightseeing & Farewell Dinner Day 11 Transfer to airport for your departure What's included - Airport pickups and drops in a private vehicle - A three-star hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast - Room in the best available lodge and all meal (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) during trekking - Tourist Bus to and from Kathmandu - Kathmandu Valley guided city tour in private vehicle - All entrance fees during sightseeing and trekking - An experienced English or other Language speaking guide and one assistance guide for more than five trekkers - One porter for two trekkers - Guide, porter and necessary staff salaries, insurance, accommodation and food - Down jacket and sleeping bag (to be returned after trip completion) - Trekking bag/duffel bag, t-shirt, achievement certificate, and trekking map are free services from the company. - All necessary Permits: Langtang National Park entry permit fee and TIMS Card - First Aid Medical Kit or essential medicine - Seasonal fruits during the trek - Farewell dinner - All applicable government and local taxes What's not included - Nepalese visa fee and international airfares Hotel accommodation, Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu because of an early arrival in Nepal or late departure from Nepal, prior return from the mountain because of any reason than the scheduled itinerary. - Travel and rescue insurance for trekkers only - Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, soft or hard beverages, recharge the battery, bottled/boiled water, extra porters, hot shower, a pot of tea, etc.) during trekking - Tips and gratuities for guide(s), porter(s) and driver(s) Accommodations: We will be accommodated with Samsara Resort or similar hotel in Kathmandu and local tea houses during the trek. The rooms are made on a twin sharing basis. Single supplements can be served upon request but will cost an extra of USD 200. However, the only room cannot be possible sometimes during higher elevations. In the trekking area, most of your accommodations contain attached bathrooms, while some of the teahouses may not. You may have to share the washing and toilet facilities in that case. Meals: During the trek, we have a variety of options in cuisines like Nepali, Chinese, Italian, Continental, Indian and so on. Breakfast will be served from the tea houses or the lodge’s menu. And we will have our lunches on the way to our destination. There will be welcome and farewell dinners with our trekkers.