On our trek we start in the lower Langtang Valley, trekking through its forests and among the villages and farmlands of its people, many of who are of Tibetan origin. Once an important trading route with Tibet, this influence is reflected in the character of the villages and peoples. During part of the trek you will be walking through National Park, and though wildlife is never easy to spot in a forest setting, there are chances of seeing some interesting animals and birds. Among those found in the park are monkeys, musk deer, pika and the national bird of Nepal, the colourful Danphe.
From Langtang village, the track continues to Kyangjin Gompa (3,740 m). This is the site of the Yala Cheese Factory. There is a STOL airstrip at Chhaldang, a short distance east of Kyangjin. Visiting to the Yala Cheese Factory (4.633 m) and the small lakes beyond Yala are worthwhile. Yala can be reached within half a day from Kyangjin Gompa.
From Kyangjin Gompa, a continuation to the pastures of Langsisa (4.084 m) provides the good views of numerous glaciers. There are some huts in Langsisa that can be reached within one day's walk from Kyangjin Gompa.
Day 1: Drive from Kathmandu to Syapru Besi (10 hrs) and overnight in teahouse.
Day 2: Trek from Syapru to Lama Hotel (6 hrs) and overnight in teahouse.
Day 3: Lama Hotel trek to Langtang (6 hrs) and overnight in teahouse.
Day 4: Langtang trek to Kyanjin Gomba (3 hrs) and overnight in teahouse.
Day 5: Kyanjin - Rest day, overnight in teahouse
Day 6: Kyanjin trek to Lama Hotel (6hrs) and overnight in teahouse
Day 7: Lama Hotel trek trek to Syapru Besi (4 hours) and overnight in teahouse.
Day 8: Syabru Besi drive back to Kathmandu (10 hours).
1. Airport pick up and drop by our private car.
2. Meals on full board (Breakfast, lunch and dinner) (Note: A.P Plan) during the trek.
3. All accommodations in lodges/tea houses during the treks.
4. All the necessary ground transportation.
5. An experienced Government licensed holder guide and porter and their food, drinks, insurance, salary, equipments, transportation, local tax etc.
6. All necessary paper works and national park entry permits & TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System)
7. All government taxes.
1. Lunch and dinner at Kathmandu.
2. Laundry, telephone calls, Bar Bills ( Mineral Water, cold drinks, whisky, beer etc),
3. Emergency evacuation if required, donation, tips and all personal nature expenses.