Langtang Valley trek

Commence with an overland journey to Dunche, the main trading post of the area. From there we spend four days hiking up through this beautiful alpine valley to K yangjin where we rest for a day for some exploration of the high mountains and glacial systems. We track back for three days before taking a different route back to Dunche and onward to Kathmandu. This trek is ideal for people not wishing to trek over the Laurebina pass 4610 mtrs.

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Day 01: Kathmandu – Syabrubesi (1450 m) by local bus (8 hours drive)

Day 02: Syabrubeshi – Lama Hotel (2480 m.) (6-7 hrs walk)

Day 03: Lama Hotel – Langtang village (3541 m.) (5-6 hrs walk)

Day 04: Langtang – Kyangjin Gompa (3900 m.) (3 hrs walk)

Day 05: Day hiking and back to Kyangjin Gompa

Day 06: Kyangjin Gompa – Langtang Village (3541 m) (3 hrs walk)

Day 07: Langtang Village – Lama Hotel (2480 m.) (4 hrs walk)

Day 08: Lama Hotel – Syabrubesi via Sherpa Gaun (3000 m) and Khangjung (5-6 hrs walk)

Day 09: Drive back to Kathmandu by local bus.

Day 01: Kathmandu – Syabrubesi (1450 m) by local bus (8 hours drive)

Day 02: Syabrubeshi – Lama Hotel (2480 m.) (6-7 hrs walk)

Day 03: Lama Hotel – Langtang village (3541 m.) (5-6 hrs walk)

Day 04: Langtang – Kyangjin Gompa (3900 m.) (3 hrs walk)

Day 05: Day hiking and back to Kyangjin Gompa

Day 06: Kyangjin Gompa – Langtang Village (3541 m) (3 hrs walk)

Day 07: Langtang Village – Lama Hotel (2480 m.) (4 hrs walk)

Day 08: Lama Hotel – Syabrubesi via Sherpa Gaun (3000 m) and Khangjung (5-6 hrs walk)

Day 09: Drive back to Kathmandu by local bus.

Cost Includes

  • 3 meals a day
  • Guide services for entire trek
  • Tents and sleeping mattress for accomodation
  • All arrangements to carry your luggage
  • Trekking permits

Cost Excludes

  • Gratuities, bar bills, personal expenses and insurances
  • Medical fees in case of emergency
  • Rescue and Evacuation Service
  • Any expenses due to natural calamity and unforeseen circumstances

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High Altitude sickness:

Whilst on the trek, one can suffer mild to serious symptoms of high altitude sickness which is also known as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). Major initial symptoms of high altitude sickness are Nausea, vomiting Loss of appetite, Insomnia/sleeplessness, Persistent headache, Dizziness, light headedness, confusion, Disorientation, drunken gait, Weakness, fatigue, lassitude, heavy legs, Slight swelling of hands and face, Breathlessness and Breathing irregularity, Reduced urine output. Symptoms of AMS can appear at altitude above 300 meters. As we ascend in the mountain, air pressure becomes thin and consequently the amount of available oxygen also falls. Adequate acclimatization is always recommended in the mountain. Plenty of daily liquid intake is essential to minimize AMS effect. Our trekking team crews also carry First aid Kit along with them. In case of any difficulty When trekking in the Himalayas, you will be suggested to halt the trek rest at the guesthouse or if the symptoms cause any serious concern, it is necessary to descend to the lower altitude. In case of emergency, you will be immediately airlifted to Kathmandu city for further treatment.

 Note: If the above itinerary does not meet your needs, we can design individualized travel plans based on your preferences.

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