Trekking in Langtang

Duration : 9 days

Nepal, Langtang

Level : easy

from 890 € / p. from 2 to 12 persons

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Langtang National Park starts 30km north of Kathmandu and extends to the Tibetan border. With a total area of 1710 km2, it includes the sources of two rivers and several peaks around 7000m.

With a large geographical, geological and climatic diversity, this region offers a wide variety of animal and plant species. The subtropical forest below 1000m changes with pine, rhododendron, and larch forests above.

Some 45 Sherpas villages make up this massif with very different ethnic origins but mostly represented by Tamangs from Tibet. I propose you to discover this beautiful region during this trek.


D1: Kathmandu.
Arrival, reception, transfer and installation at the hotel.

D2: Kathmandu-Syabrubesi (1462m).
About 7 hours bus trip. Departure early in the morning after breakfast to Syabrubesi (1470m) via Dhunche. Your adventure begins! You will be fascinated by the daily life of the inhabitants of the many small villages crossed. On the way you will see the magnificent view of the Himalayas, including the Annapurnas, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal and the peaks of the Langtang region.

D3: Syabrubesi-Lama Hotel (2500m).
About 6 hours of walking. The trail initially crosses the Bhote Koshi, which descends from Tibet, then climbs gradually through the subtropical forests teeming with birds, to join the Syabrubesi trail. The trekking day is punctuated by a short climb to Lama Hotel.

D4: Lama Hotel-Langtang (3430m).
About 5 hours of walking. The trail is beautiful and climbs gently into the valley with the yaks as a backdrop to the village of Langtang, home of the national park of the same name. From here the views on the mountains are spectacular. You can visit a monastery shortly before arriving at the village.

D5: Langtang-Kyanjin Gompa (3730m).
About 4 hours of walking. Today's course is shorter, for a better acclimatization to the altitude. The path climbs gradually through small villages and yak pastures. You can visit a cheese factory. Kyanjin is surrounded by snowy mountains on all sides. You can enjoy panoramic views of Kyanjin Ri (4750m), Tserko Ri (5000m), Ganja La (5160m), Langshisa Ri (6427m), Dorji Lakpa (6430m), Naya Kanga (5844m) or Yala Peak (5500m).

D6: Kyanjin Gompa.
Rest day in Kyanjin Gompa to perfect your acclimatization and explore the region. You can visit a monastery, a cheese factory, walk to the moraine to see the spectacular glaciers of Langtang Lirung or climb to Kyanjin Ri (4350m).

D7: Kyanjin Gompa-Lama Hotel (2340m).
About 5 hours of walking. Today, you return to the Lama Hotel via the village of Tamang.

D8: Lama Hotel-Khamjing (2000m).
5 hours of walking. You follow a steep path through the forest to Khamjing, a beautiful village in the majority of Tamang with a beautiful panorama of the Ganesh Himal and the Tibetan mountains.

D9: Khamjing-Syabrubesi.
About 2 to 3 hours of walking. Day of easy trekking, and while going down, you will see huge waterfalls.

D10: Syabrubesi-Kathmandu.
About 8 hours by bus, After breakfast, you return to Kathmandu where you spend the night.

The price includes

  • Airport / hotel / airport transfers
  • Kathmandu / Syabrubesi /Kathmandu trip in private bus from 4 persons, else in local bus
  • 8 trekking days full board accomodation in lodge, every meal with tea or coffee and on the 9th day, lunch during the trip Syabrubesi / Kathmandu is included (except drinks)
  • Trekking permit for Langtang National Park
  • TIMS  card (Trekking Information Management Service)
  • Supervision by the experienced French-speaking guide
  • An assistant guide from 4 people
  • 1 porter for 2 participants (in accordance with the regulations of the Union of Nepalese Porters, a porter carrying a maximum of 20kg, you will have to hire an additional porter if your luggage exceeds 10kg)

The price does not include

  • Meals in Kathmandu
  • Hotel in Kathmandu
  • International flight
  • Personal equipment (sleeping bag, hiking poles, water bottle, backpack, sunglasses, sunscreen)
  • Personal insurance (mandatory: check that your insurance covers you in case of accident, ie all medical expenses, the cost of a helicopter evacuation and repatriation to return home)
  • Drinks
  • Entry visa to Nepal (check that your passport is valid for another 6 months after your return date)
  • Transportation for visits in Kathmandu
  • Fees in the city (museum, monument, monastery etc.)
  • Costs caused by exceptional events (road cut, landslide, general strike, bad weather, snow .....) that can not be expected
  • Tips

Any trip interrupted or abridged, any change of program at the request of the participants (accident, illness, mountain sickness, early return, trek abbreviated ....) can not give rise to any refund.


  • In lodge during the trek
Next departures :

No scheduled departure, but you can contact me to book your dates.

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