Duration: 7 Days
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Langtang Valley Trek 7 days takes to the valley of Glacial masses. Langtang welcomes you for a revitalizing experience in the lap of the tantalizing Himalayas. The 7 days Langtang Valley guided trek to the isolated region of Langtang provides you with ample opportunities to explore the Tibetan influenced culture and tradition of the native Gurung and Tamang inhabitants of that region.
The journey into the wilderness of Langtang valley trek 7 days officially starts with a scenic ride along the side of the rushing Trishuli River together with the glimpse of tranquil high hills and subtle countryside view. Enjoying the views of looming snow-capped pinnacles walk past the quaint village of Gurung and Sherpa. Passing through the prolific woodlands of pine, and blossoming red vibrant rhododendron forests you will walk past terraced fields, pasture lands, streams, mani walls, Chortens and monasteries making your way to the highest point of this trek, Kyanji Ri. Summit Kyanji Ri and behold the captivating views of Langtang Lirung (7227m), Mount Changbu (6251m), Mount Yubra (6264m) and Yala Peak (5500m). Visit the oldest monastery of the Langtang region, Kyanjin Gompa and authentic yak cheese factory in the midst of majestic Himalayan ranges during the trek. Get a peek into the Tibetan influenced culture and tradition of ethnic communities as you stay in tea houses under the warm hospitality of locals. Although Langtang valley is only 19 miles away from the capital city, the Langtang region remains untouched by modernization and proffer unadulterated scenery of the refreshing valley. The best time to do this trek is spring (May-June) and autumn (September to December).
The short 7 days Langtang valley guided trek is specially designed for Mountain lovers who have limited time in Nepal. Join us for an unforgettable journey into the Himalayas and let your love for the mountains be justified with this trek. Our team is keen to provide the best services to our valued guests.
Travellers can expect some light physical activities.
Narayan Baniya (nature pathfinder) and Sumir Gyawali (yoga teacher) guide me in
this adventure. Actually they manage perfectly my short time and all the noisy
burocratic thinks like documents or Covid control. They makes me feel safely and
had care of me since the moment I reserved .. now I’m at home and still feel the
power of their experience, friendship and good nature. They makes me “enter” in
the Nepali lifestyle, from metropolitan Kathmandu until the top of the mountain
were the vibes are soo deep. Their good vibes are compatible with all, Sumir had a
clinical yogi eye and Narayan the calm you need to arrive over the clouds.. it was
like a day dreaming and I never forget this experience out of time. Thank you
A great & well organised experience. I highly recommend Himalayan
recreation to anyone planning to trek to the Annapurna Basecamp. Everything from
start to finish was all taken care of, taking away all of the stress of
organisation so that I could focus on enjoying the trek.
Ashok was very responsive on whatsapp at all times and was able to adapt the tour
when circumstances changed. For example, when my flight to Pokhara was cancelled,
Ashok arranged for a friendly driver to take me all the way there by private car
instead (I did have to wait 1.5 hours for the driver, but traffic in Kathmandu is
difficult). My guide Santosh and porter Bal were very friendly and accommodating
and were good company during the trek. They have the English skills required to
answer the majority of questions, particularly relating to the trek. Overall, a
very good experience.
The trek itself is very beautiful. It has everything, including rural villages
with rice terraces, bamboo forests, and epic mountains. The accommodation is basic
but everything you need for a trek (much better than camping). The weather
forecast is inaccurate - I enjoyed decent weather despite the forecast being
constant rain/thunder. I found the difficulty to be much easier than others state,
and could have completed the trek in 5-6 days. Almost anyone with a decent level
of fitness would be able to complete this trek (adjusting the duration to
The Annupurna Poon Hill Trip is a lovely trek through the lower elevations of the
Annupurna range of the Himalayas. Starting from Pokhara, a 90 minute drive in a
taxi drops us off at the beginning of the trek and then goes up from there. My
guide, Raj, was absolutely awesome and provided a lot of great information about
the area during our trek over the several days that this trek takes place. The
second day of the climb takes us to the small town of Ghorepani, and then an early
climb the next morning to Poon Hill.
I went on this trip in the 2nd year of the virus. According to my guide, the
number of travelers was still way down from pre-pandemic years. So, in one way, it
is a great time to travel since you will have most of the trails to yourself. The
tea houses are also pretty empty. The negative side to this is that there are
limited menu items and several places didn't have WiFi.
There are a few recommendations I would make about this trip. The first is the
ride from Kathmandu to Pokhara. I took the bus and regretted it about halfway
there. While the distance is only 200 km, it took about 8 hours on the bus. If I
were to do this again, I would have opted for a 30 minute flight. It costs more,
but is so worth it.
Second, make sure you bring toilet paper with you on the trek. The tea houses I
stayed in during my trek didn't have any. So, bringing a roll of your own is a
huge help. And speaking of bathrooms, most of the toilets along the route are not
the western style sit-down toilets. Rather they are the hole in the grounds. So,
make sure to use the bathroom before leaving the tea house since the next
western-style toilet isn't until the next guest house, which could be a half day
Finally, if you have time after the trek, spend an extra day in Pokhara. It is
much more interesting than Kathmandu.
Otherwise, the trek was wonderful and the folks at Himalayan Recreation did a
great job in staying in touch, picking me up at the airport when I arrived in
Nepal, and provided excellent service all the way through.
This trip was the first we took with those guys. It was very nice, guide was
interesting and gave us a lot information about Bhaktapur and Nepal itself.
After they arranged few more trips for us. First was Chitwan national park and
jeep safari. After Pokhara and paragliding. And then return to Kathmandu. It was
very helpful to have someone local there who can arrange flights, pick ups, all
the activities and return wherever needed.
We didn't have more time, but all the time we had, they managed to organize for
us, without stressing or worrying.
I truly recommend them, because they are very responsible and helpful for any
situation. I firstly met them in Kathmandu for our first trip and they helped us
with all the others.
Early in the morning, you will be transferred to the bus stop where you will catch a local bus to Syabrubesi. The mountainous road takes you through high hills, rushing rivers, villages and forest areas together with a glimpse of local Nepali life. The day ends in Syabrubesi after a brief exploration of the place.
The trek officially starts off today. Enjoying the views of the area you will walk along the Langtang Khola, cross a few suspension bridges; pass through prolific woodlands, continuing the uphill journey till you reach the Bamboo and downhill trail until you reach Lama Hotel for a night's stay.
Walking past the steep trail via lush forests of oak, rhododendron, Chortens and hemlock reach Ghoda Tabela. You will spot yak and wild goats grazing in the meadow as you trek further. Ascending from Ghoda Tabela, witness the tantalizing view of Langtang Lirung until you reach Langtang village. Langtang village has settlements of Tamang and Sherpa but is highly influenced by the Tibetan culture and lifestyle. Glare at the mountains and admire their beauty as you spend your night in the midst of tranquil Himalayan Ranges. Overnight in the tea house.
With the splendid sunrise views over the snow-capped pinnacles, begin your journey to get a closure encounter of the Himalayas. Leaving behind the yak pastures, Mani walls and village of Sindum and Yamphu you enter the monastery area within a short time. You will attain almost 4000m in height today. So rest well for the hike to Kyanjin Ri the other day. Overnight in the teahouse.
Early in the morning, hike to Kyanjin Ri and witness the magnificent views of snow-capped mountains together with the Langtang glacier. The splendid sunrise view over the ranges will surely give you goosebumps at times. The panorama of Langtang Lirung (7227m), Langtang II (6596m), Yala Peak (5500m) and Dorje Lakpa (6966m) will take your breath away. Descend the summit to Lama Hotel following the same trail via Ghode Tabela to the hotel. Overnight in teahouse.
Descending down the hill, passing through lush forest along the Langtang River you will reach Syabrubesi.
Today the day begins with an early morning drive to Kathmandu. Following the same trail on the first day of your journey, you will reach Kathmandu. Spend the rest of the day wandering the streets of Thamel.
All ground transport in a private vehicle, including airport transfers
3 standard meals a day during the trek
Snacks of seasonal fruits during the trek
Best available twin sharing lodge for accommodation during the trek
Kathmandu-Sabrubeshi by Jeep and Sabrubeshi to Kathmandu by Local bus
Himalayan Recreation’s experienced, government licensed, English speaking trekking guide during the Langtang trip
Porter services during the Langtang Trek (1 porter = 2 trekkers)
All costs of staff which includes food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment’s and medicines.
Duffel bag use while trekking, Trekking map and trip achievement certificate
Required Langtang Permit fee and TIMS Fee
First aid medicine kit
Farewell dinner with Cultural show in a fine restaurant on second last day
Government taxes & office service charge
Meals not specified in the 'Meal Inclusions' in the above itinerary
Personal Travel insurance, which covers emergency Rescue and Evacuation.
Personal trekking equipment or expenses
Alcoholic drinks and beverages
Tips for trekking guides, porters and drivers (tipping is expected)
Any other expenses that are not mentioned in the 'Price Includes' section.