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Langtang Valley Trek 8 days, Langtang Trek in Nepal

Langtang Valley Trek 8 days is a wonderful short and easy trek in Langtang includes Langtang village and Kyanjin Gompa. Langtang National Park Trek is famous for its bio-diversity and the majestic Langtang mountain views. September to December and March to June is nice to trek in Langtang for an outstanding mountain views. You will see glacier and mountain yaks around Langtang Valley and Kyanjin Gompa. 8 days Langtang Trek is well known for its nature, culture and mountain scenery. Likewise, Langtang is a favorite trek of hikers around the globe to enjoy remarkable mountain view and the Sunrise view. You will walk through beautiful forests, villages, rivers and yak pastures. Please email us at and call or leave message on WhatsApp at +977 9851023742 for 8 day Langtang Valley Trek itinerary, price and dates for 2024, 2025.

Trek Facts

Trek Name:  Langtang Valley Trek

Trek Length: 8 Days

Trek Difficulty: Moderate

Trek Season: Sep to Mar,Jan to June

Trek Altitude: 3800m

Trek  Cost: USD 470-USD 830

Group Size: 01 - 12 people

Trip Package: Private/Group Trek

Mode of Transfer: Bus / Car / Jeep

Start/End of Trip: Kathmandu

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Langtang Valley Trek is 8 days short trek in the Himalayas. You will walk around 5 to 6 hours in the mountain trails.The trek begins and ends in Kathmandu. This is an extraordinary trek to reach up near in the mountains in a less days with tight timetable. Langtang Trek is in Langtang National Park, one of the most accessible trekking closet to Kathmandu. Panoramic views of Langtang Himal, Dorje Lakpa and the diverse flora and fauna of Langtang National Park are the major attractions of 8 days Langtang Valley Trek in Nepal.

This is relatively an easy trek, so many visitors trek to Langtang valley. Langtang has over 70 glaciers of varying sizes, the Langtang and Ganesh Himal mountain ranges, and high-altitude lakes. The inhabitants of Langtang Valley are Tamang whose culture goes back to ancient times to their origins in Tibet. The craftsmanship, traditional stone houses, and beautifully carved wooden porches reflect the rich heritage of Langtang Valley Trek.

Langtang Valley Trek is the best for trekkers who have a short and restricted excursion time however will have the capacity to completely love the one of a kind culture and witness the excellent Himalayan pinnacles. Langtang Valley Trek begins and passes the towns with terraced fields of paddy, corns, millet, and so forth contingent on the season. Gradually then, we will trek towards over the Rhododendron woodlands and afterward on to the fields and pastures with yaks, and finally to the snow capped vegetation near Langtang. The adjustment in culture and religion is likewise on appear as the scene changes with expanding number of religious communities and Mane walls. The Langtang trek is certainly to enjoy nature and culture of Langtang Trek.

Langtang Trek Difficulty
The Langtang Valley Trek is much shorter than Everest Base Camp and the Annapurna Circuit although relatively similar. You will reach an altitude of 5000 m, which will challenge many. Altitude sickness can be common. The route ascends quite quickly with several days having more than 1000 m of altitude gain. These days of ascent are tiring and also require the body to adjust quickly. It is a good beginner trek in Nepal but not one to be taken lightly.

Best time trek to Langtang Valley Trek
The best season for the Langtang Valley Trek is March to May and September to November.The rainy season from June to August is not a good time for the trek. During the winter from December to February, it gets very cold and there will be snow cover in the higher parts of the trek. Many of the guesthouses actually close up for the winter and re-open in late February to March. However, it is possible to hike the Langtang Valley Trek on the fringe of the season in late February/early March and it can be quite beautiful with snow cover. March is warm during the day and got pretty cold at night.You may experience some heavy snow on Tserko Ri and Yala Peak but the trekking route is clear.

Accommodation on Langtang Trek
Guest Houses, also known as Tea Houses, are available along the way where you will sleep in a comfortable bed and have access to showers with extra charge and restaurant facilities.There are very comfortable accommodation and great after a long day of hiking. Most of the villages are Tibetan, which gave you a great insight into their unique culture.

Day 1: Kathmandu to Syabru Besi (1,460m, 180km,7 hours)
Leave Kathmandu early for the seven-hour journey to the Langtang Valley. The road climbs high over ridges as it leaves the Kathmandu Valley, and provides impressive views of the Annapurna Himalayas in the west, to Manaslu, Ganesh Himal and the peaks of the Langtang region ahead. We drive through the bustling town of Trisuli before climbing towards Dunche and the Langtang National Park. After the town of Dunche it is another hour downhill to Syabru Besi and your lodge for the night.
Day 2: Trek to Lama Hotel (2,470m, 15km, 6 hours)
Today’s trail crosses the Bhote Kosi meaning ‘Tibet River’ which flows from nearby Tibet. It then gradually climbs through sub-tropical forests to join the trail from Syabru Besi, then climbing through uninhabited oak and rhododendron forests. Look out for langur monkeys in the trees. The trail through the forest up to Lama Hotel becomes steep, but the reward is a comfortable bed in a cozy lodge in the small settlement.
Day 3: Trek to Mundu (3,550m, 14km,6 hours)
The trail continues to climb through forest, with occasional glimpses of Langtang Lirung between the trees. At Ghora Tabela (3,000 m. / 9,842 ft) the trail emerges from the forest and the mountains loom on either side of the valley. Once there was a Tibetan resettlement project here, but now it is a Nepal Army post with no permanent inhabitants. The trail continues to climb gently and the valley widens, passing a few temporary settlements used by herders who bring their livestock to graze in the high pastures during the summer. You will probably glimpse your first yak if you haven’t already.
The next part of the trail is a somber reminder of the 2015 earthquake. Where Langtang village once was, with numerous lodges, there is now only a huge rock field. Spare a thought for the Nepalis and tourists who lost their lives here, and remember that your journey here will help support the survivors.
Mundu is just half an hour’s walk further on. The old houses here are a reminder of what all the villages once looked like in this valley. Most of the lodges and homes in this area are now built in a more modern style.
Day 4: Trek to Kyangjin Gompa (3,800m, 12km, 4 hours)
From Mundu, the trail climbs gradually through yak pastures as the valley opens out further and the views become more extensive. After crossing several small streams and moraines, the trail reaches the settlement at Kyangjin. Here there is a small monastery and a government-operated cheese factory, which is a good place to stock up for lunch and afternoon snacks. As you will arrive by lunchtime there is time to take it easy in the afternoon or explore the area. If you are feeling energetic, head up the Valley towards Langshisha Kharka to see some of the amazing views.
Day 5: Rest day in Kyangjin/climb Kyangjin Ri (4,850m, 10km, 5 hours )
Today you can rest or explore the area. You can visit the monastery and the cheese factory, walk up the moraine to see the spectacular ice faces and tumbling glaciers of Langtang Lirung or ascend Kyangjin Ri directly behind the village, for a breath-taking panorama of the Langtang peaks.
Day 6: Trek to Lama hotel(2470m, 18km,6 hours)
From Kyangjin retrace the route you followed up the valley, following the Langtang Khola to Mundu village and on to Ghora Tabela. The descent will certainly be faster than the ascent. After lunch, continue the steep descent to Lama Hotel.
Day 7: Trek to Syabru Besi(1460m, 16km, 6 hours)
Continue retracing your steps to Syabru Besi, enjoying the quiet forested hills. If you are feeling fit, take the spectacular route from Rimche via Sherpa Gaon to Syabru Besi; it will take much longer to reach the ultimate destination, but it’s a stunning detour.
Day 8: Drive to Kathmandu(1300m,180km, 7 hours)
Breakfast and get bus drive back to Kathmandu for 7 hours. The 8 days Langtang valley trek ends here. Hope, you enjoy this trek with us.

Cost Includes

  • Bus transfer – Kathmandu/Syabrubesi/ Kathmandu by bus 
  • Twin sharing neat and clean tea houses accommodation.
  • 3 times meals – breakfast, lunch and dinner 
  • Trekking Permit –National Park fee and TIM’s card
  • English speaking guide, his expenses insurance, meals and salary
  • Government Taxes and Company service charges

Cost not Includes

  • Airport pick up and departure transfer
  • Hotel accommodation and meals- lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Any kind of drinks – coke, mineral water, hot water, tea, coffee, beer, whisky.
  • Travel insurance in case of emergency for rescue helicopter and other medication.
  • Upgrade accommodation like room with private toilet.
  • Porter for carrying backpack.
  • Expenses of personal natures like internet, telephone, WiFi, Laundry,hot shower etc
  • Tips for guide and porter
  • All the cost not mention on above cost includes.

Langtang Valley Trek Packing List
We would recommend to pack pretty light and managed to wash most of your clothes each afternoon/night for the first half of the trip. In the latter stages of the trip, it is pretty cold. There is no real need for multiple outfits.This is just a guide and it work quite well. sleeping bag is necessary as there are blankets in each guesthouse.
1 pair of pants that maybe convert to shorts
1 pair of shorts
1 Warm or thicker pair of hiking pants
1 Long sleeve quick-dry shirt
1 Long-sleeve thermal shirt
2 Short-sleeve t-shirts
1 Thermal long underwear
4 pairs of quick-dry underwear
1 Lightweight down jacket
1 Heavy-duty summit down jacket
1 Beanie
1 Cap
1 Sunglasses
1 Neck Buff
1 pair of Gloves
1 pair of Hiking boots
1 Head torch
1 pair of warm summit socks
2-3 pairs of regular socks
1 Sunscreen
1 pair of trekking poles
1 Water filter
1 Power bank
1 Poncho/rain coat

Travel Insurance 
Travel insurance is compulsory for Langtang Trek. Though this is an easy trek with low risk of AMS. However, this mountain journey is not a normal visit due to the possibility of unforeseen or unexpected events such as injury, illness, flood, landslide and sudden climate changes. All trekkers must provide a copy of their comprehensive travel insurance policy certificate. The policy must cover medical and emergency repatriation - including helicopter rescue and evacuation expenses at high altitudes. We kindly request you to send your detailed insurance policy copy before trekking departures. In case of emergencies, we will use the documents you sent us for rescue. It will help us arrange a quick and effective rescue operation, transfer for emergency medical help, etc. Please make sure with the insurance company that they cover helicopter evacuation at high altitude trek along with medical costs. 

Passport and Visa
All foreigners except Indian nationals need a visa to enter Nepal. You can get an on-arrival visa at Tribhuvan International Airport or Nepal border regional offices. For a visa application, you need a passport valid for at least six months, a passport size photo, and visa application fees.The current visa cost for 30 days is US$50 which you have to pay in USD cash. Children under the age of 10 will get a free visa. Chinese citizens and citizens of SAARC countries:Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka get a free visa.The citizen of Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, and Afghanistan will not get visa on arrival in Nepal.

Tipping in Nepal
Nepali culture accepts tipping and views it as proof of good service. However, tipping is at the traveler’s discretion and should reflect the quality of service provided.We advise you to tip at the end of the trek. 

Trip Extension
After completion of Poon Hill Trek, if you have extra days, we can arrange sightseeing tours around Kathmandu. Also cater your 2 nights 3 days Chitwan Jungle Safari tour, paragliding, rafting, canyoning, Everest Mountain Flight, Heli tour to ABC, EBC and Langtang.

Money Matter
Nepali Rupees (NPR/Rs) is the local currency and 1 USD =Rs 120 NPR.You can exchange most foreign currencies in banks and other financial institutions or money exchanges in Kathmandu or Pokhara. Money exchanges display exchange rates visibly for the public.

Please note that only Indian Rupee Notes (INR) of 100 and 2000 denominations are legal in Nepal. We recommend you to bring cash and exchange them for Nepali Rupees at money exchanges instead of traveler's Cheque are not accepted now in Nepal.You can also withdraw cash in Nepalese Rupees using your credit/debit card from ATMs in Kathmandu or Pokhara. You can withdraw up to Rs. 35,000 for a fee of Rs 500. Most banks in Asia do not accept old, torn and faded foreign currency notes so bring clean new notes.

Expenses of Personal Nature
Our package does not include meals and accommodation costs in Kathmandu and Pokhara. Moreover, all our valuable clients need to bring personal spending money to cover visa fee, travel insurance policy purchase, beverages, snacks for the trek, hot (tea/coffee) and cold drinks, tips to guide and porter, souvenirs and so on. We recommend you to bring cash in major currencies which you can easily exchange for rupees in Nepal. Poon Hill Trek accept only Nepalese currency.

Water and Electricity
Electricity is available for camera and mobile battery recharge at an extra cost. You can buy either packed mineral water from local lodges and en route shop or fill your water bottle with boiled water at an extra cost. If you require, we can provide you with water purification pills. You shouldn't drink water from rivers, taps and wells in trek as the water might not be drinkable.

Solo Travelers-Single travellers should not have to pay more to travel so our group trips are designed for shared accommodation and do not involve a single supplement. Single travellers joining group trips are paired in twin or multi-share accommodation with someone of the same sex for the duration of the trip. Some of our Independent trips are designed differently and single travellers on these itineraries must pay the single trip price.

Minimum Age-You must be 18 to travel unaccompanied on a our tour. For minors travelling with a guardian over 21 years old, the minimum age is 12.

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