Trekking in the Langtang region is perfect for those looking for a more personalized and natural trekking experience. Langtang trekking is far less touristy than ventures into Annapurna and Everest, among other popular but comparable terrains. Additionally, Langtang allows for short trekking – from just 7 days – to longer commitments up to one month. The trek is relatively easy and appropriate for beginners, allowing for a tea house trek. Langtang region is situated in the northern part of Kathmandu, from which the journey to the national park is just five to six hours.
The views in the Langtang region are unbeatable. From this hike, you will see the beautiful Langtang mountains as well as breathtaking views of Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, and Annapurna. The overwhelming mountain views begin on day one.
Trekking in the Langtang region can be arranged in a number of different ways through four main regional options: Tamang heritage, Ganja la pass, Gosaikunda, and Helambu. Additionally, given that the Langtang region borders Tibet, trekkers have an opportunity to immerse in Tibetan village culture. Additionally, the university in Tamang sees much traffic from foreigners engaging in research due to this very unique access.
Langtang region trekking takes place within the confines of the Langtang National Park, which, at an area of 1710 kilometers, reigns as the fourth largest national park in all of Nepal. It is also unofficially titled the first Himalayan National Park. Langtang Lirung, at 7229 meters, is the highest mountain in the park; the park also includes a sacred lake named Gosainkunda ("Frozen Lake").
The fauna and flora in the region are diverse and exceptional. Over a quarter of the park is covered with oak, maple, chir pine, hemlock, and spruce trees as well as rhododendron flowers. The greenery is calming and immersive. The region is also vast and diverse in its temperature and terrain; while some parts are subtropical forest environments, other areas reflect the alpine terrain that is home to rare animals such as the red panda, pika, muntjack, musk deer, Himalayan black bear, Himalayan thar, ghoral, serwo, rhesus monkey, and langur. Our avian friends above are no less diverse and bountiful. The park is a wonderful place for peaceful birdwatching, listening to all the calls of wildlife in nature as you trek, and soaking in the smells of the earth day and night.
15 days trek $1300
10 days trek $550
12 days trek $...
24 days trek $1320
15 days trek $870
10 days trek $550
12 days trek $680
17 days trek $950
19 days trek $1090