Langtang is a narrow valley situated south of the Tibetan border, an area inhabited by Tibetans and Tamang who share a similar religion, language and clothing style. The landscapes we cross are extremely varied: rice-terraces, gigantic rhododendron and firs forests and, in the highest parts, a rock and shrub wilderness with the fascinating backdrop of snowy peaks. The route passes by the sacred lakes of Gosaïkunda (4380m), a pilgrimage spot where, during the full moon festival of August, flow hundreds of pilgrims.
Day 1. Arrival in Kathmandu.
At Kathmandu International Airport, you will be met by our representative and transferred to your hotel. There will be a full tour briefing in the evening. Permit sort out day.
Day 2. Sightseeing around the Kathmandu Valley.
After lunch we go for the half day sightseeing in 3 designated world heritage site i.e. Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swoyambhunath and Patan.
Day 3. Kathmandu – Syabrubesi by Public Jeep (8 hours).
Day 4. Syabru Besi – Lama Hotel in 5 hours.
Day 5. Lama Hotel – Langtang in 5 hours.
Day 6. Langtang – Kyanjin Gompa in 3 hours.
Day 7. Acclimatization Day Kyanjin Gompa
Day 8. Kyanjin Gompa – Lama Hotel in 5 hours.
Day 9. Lama Hotel – Thulo Syabru in 4 hours.
Day 10. Trek to Dhunche in 4 hours.
Day 11. Drive back to Kathmandu in 8 hours. Transfer to hotel.
– All the ground transfers as mentioned in the itinerary
– Sightseeing accompanied by tour guide inclusive of entrance fee and private vehicle
– Permit and entry fees required for the trek
– 3 meals a day while trekking (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) you can choose from the menu
– Accommodation while trekking in twin sharing basis local lodges/ guesthouses
– English speaking, well trained and experience trekking guides, assistant guide(s) as per the group size and support team for luggage
– Treated Water during trekking
– Insurance and wages for the Nepali staff
– First Aid Kit
– Accommodation and Meals in Kathmandu
– Personal gears and expenses
– Travel and medical insurance
– Extra expenses cause by political disturbance or natural disaster
– All the bottle beverages
– Tea/coffee during trek, Laundry fee, hot shower, charging batteries and mobile
– Tips for the trekking staff.
Note: For domestic visitors (Nepalese) who like to opt-out Kathmandu sight-seen could contact directly by phone or email to our office for lesser cost, also due to low permit fees.