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1 to 20


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Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner



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Trip Highlights

  • Segregated perfect great Langtang valley occupied by warm and inviting Tamang individuals.
  • Mysteriously lovely Himalayan Panorama, old and great Buddhist landmarks.
  • Yak Cheese processing plants, Religious cloisters. Altars, Yolmo Culture, various widely varied vegetation
  • Untamed life, for example, Red Panda, Snow panther, Musk Deer, Black Bear, Tahr, Ghoral and regular langur etc. Visit the Tibetan town at Langtang Amazing perspectives on Langtang Ri Ganesh Himal
  • All-encompassing perspectives from Ganja-la top Walk through the Helambu valley Visit Tibetan town at Langtang
  • Amazing perspectives on Langtang Ri, Ganesh Himal, Lang Sisa
  • Panoramic perspectives on 10 crests over 6000m
  • Crossing the Ganjala pass 5122m.

Ganjala pass trekking: is one of the difficult trekking which also offers classic adventure. Ganja la pass trek, trekkers can appreciate Buddhist culture and convention. Lovely Himalayan touring, just as an excellent Buddhist religious community, can be seen in transit. Ganja La trail proceeds with south, after streams and moraines and climbing steeply towards the pass. Ganja La pass trekking starts in Sybrubesi toward the beginning of the excellent, restricted Langtang valley.

Trekking over the 5,122m Ganja La pass is a genuine endeavour and requires the utilization of some specialized hardware and an accomplished guide. Ganja La Pass Trekking offers snow-verified high passes, incredible points of view of mountains, old religious networks, beautiful Langtang and Helambu valleys, and characteristic life. The Tamang town of Langtang, awesome perspectives on Langtang run, the thick backwoods of rhododendron and pine, various Buddhist cloisters, neighbourhood cheddar processing plants, and the differing verdure, and fauna are the features of this trek. A chance to see the red panda makes this outing similarly enticing.

On the very go of Ganja La, the last couple of 100m trail is unstable so we utilize a rope there for security, however, the most extreme consideration is sufficient. Offers a great experience only north of Kathmandu. These well-disposed individuals will enable you to submerge yourself in their way of life and customs. Ganja La pass trekking course plummets proceed Tarkeghyang is the main Sherpa town. It signifies “100 houses.”
In 1727, a Lama set up a cloister and mentioned that 100 houses be worked there as his reward. The sanctuary was remade in 1969, in the Bhutanese style. Appreciate the neighbourliness of these benevolent individuals. Langtang Ganja La pass trekking offers all-encompassing Himalayan perspectives on lovely Langtang valley and Helambu valley.Ganja la pass trek pursues the elevated timberlands, rich verdure and high-height pastureland. The principle ethnic gatherings here are Sherpa and Tamang whose religious practices, dialects and dress are much like those of Tibet. The woodlands in this district have moderate mild, subalpine vegetation and differing wildlife.
Ganja La Trek can be the best trekking goal for each one of the individuals who appreciate the regular scenes and particular social practices alongside biodiversity and a variety of snow-topped mountains see. Tea house offices are not accessible in the Ganja La district; subsequently, trekking in the territory is in every case completely bolstered and independent to meet all prerequisites and possibilities. Trekking to upper Langtang Ganjala Pass gives the ideal situations of streams, backwoods and high taking-off peaks.

Detail Itinerary



  • All transportation as per the itinerary including Airport transfers.
  • Two night’s accommodation with breakfast at tourist standard hotel in Kathmandu.
  • Three daily meals Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner during the trek.
  • All accommodation in the tea houses lodge during the trek.
  • A highly Experienced professional trekking guide with his food, accommodation, salary and insurance.
  • All permit such as Langtang national park and TIMS card.
  • Sleeping bag and duffel bag (to be returned).
  • A comprehensive First Aid kit
  • Trekking map for a group and trekking achievement certificate.
  • Two nights camping stuff at Ganjala base camp.
  • Agency service charge and government Tax/VAT.
  • Farewell dinner after the completion of trek.


  • International Airfare and visa fees 30$ for 15 days and 50$ for 30 days
  • Personal travel insurance.
  • Major foods Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu
  • Porter to carry your belongings during the trek (We provide porters on request extra charge is applicable)
  • All kind of beverages like water, cold/hot drinks
  • Personal trekking equipment and expenses.
  • Hot shower, Battery charge, Wi-Fi during the trekking period.
  • Tips and gratitude for the staffs.
  • Additional cost incurred by natural disaster and beyond our control e. g. weather, ilness, strike, landslide etc.

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Frequently Asked Questions.

How long does the Ganja La Pass Trek jam on for?

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Alright, we’re talking about a trek that rocks! The Ganja La Pass Trek lasts around 12-14 days, giving you the time of your life in the Langtang and Helambu regions of Nepal. It’s like an epic adventure jam-packed with breathtaking mountain views, hidden villages, and that thrilling high mountain pass! So, strap on your trekking shoes, because it’s gonna be a wild ride!

When's the best time to hit the trail for the Ganja La Pass groove?

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You wanna be in sync with nature’s beats, right? April to June and August to October are like the star-studded seasons for the Ganja La Pass trek. The vibes are perfect, with vibrant spring colors and clear skies all around. Just keep in mind, it’s not a smooth stroll – there are some narrow and tricky trails, so make sure you’re up for the challenge!

Do I need a squad for the Ganja La Pass hike, or can I roll solo?

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Whether you’re a lone wolf or you love the squad vibes, we got you covered! This trek welcomes all the groovy solo trekkers out there. Just keep in mind that the trails can get a bit tricky, so it’s a good idea to bring an experienced guide and porter along for the adventure. Safety first, my friends!

What's the deal with acclimatization during the Ganja La Pass Trek party?

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Safety is our jam, so we’re all about acclimatization! You’ll have a chill day to adjust and explore at Kyangjin Gompa. It’s like the perfect hangout spot at high altitude. But hey, altitude sickness is no joke! If you start feeling the funk, it’s time to descend and take care of yourself. Remember, you gotta look after your health and well-being during this epic journey.

Where's the tech groove during the Ganja La Pass Trek? Can I stay connected?

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Let’s stay connected like true adventurers! You can grab an Ncell SIM card in Kathmandu, and you’ll have reception in spots like Dhunche, Syabru, Gatlang, Goljung, Bamboo Hotel, and Lama Hotel in the Langtang Ganja La trekking area. But heads up, when you hit Langtang and Kyanjin Gompas, as well as three Lamas along the Ganja La Pass, it’s time for some digital detox! So, live in the moment and soak in the stunning scenery!

What is the level of difficulty in the Ganja La Pass Trek?

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The Ganja La Pass Trek is a challenging, high-altitude, steep, and rugged trek with limited amenities and weather variability. It takes 12 to 15 days and requires prior experience, proper gear, and a well-planned itinerary. Hiring a guide or porter can enhance the experience, especially for those with less trekking experience. Most importantly Trekkers should be physically fit for this trek. 

Are there any health risks or altitude sickness concerns during the Ganja La Pass trek?

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The Ganja La Pass trek poses health risks due to its high altitudes, including headaches, nausea, dizziness, fatigue, and difficulty sleeping. Symptoms include dehydration and cold-related illnesses are also common. To reduce these risks, acclimatize, stay hydrated, recognize symptoms, consult healthcare, listen to your body, wear appropriate gear, and travel with an experienced guide.

What type of accommodation is found on the Ganja La Pass Trek?

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Accommodation and food are provided by tea houses and lodges along the Ganja La Pass trek. Depending on altitude and remoteness, these lodgings take on different types. Simple, tidy lodgings with shared bathrooms are available in the lower regions. The lodgings are more simple and self-sufficient as you go up, depending on the availability of local resources.

What is the Ganja La Pass Trek?

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The Ganja La Pass Trek is a difficult trekking route in Nepal’s Langtang region. It provides breathtaking views of the Himalayas and involves crossing Ganja La, a high mountain pass.

Is it safe to drink water from natural sources during the Ganja La pass trek?

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To prevent waterborne diseases, it is generally advised to use a water filter or water purification tablets when purifying water obtained from natural sources.




…trekked the Langtang Valley from Syabru Besi to the village of Kyanjin Gompa. The valley is lovely with charming waterfalls descending from the Himalayan snow-capped mountains, the Langtang Khola rushes through the centre of the valley and its slopes are forested with spectacular pines, flowering rhododendrons and azaleas. Langtang Valley is on the border with Tibet and is strongly influenced by the Tibetan culture – it is sensed in every detail. Peace and silence are everywhere.



I enjoyed trekking in the Langtang valley. The elevation gain is gradual enough up to the top of the valley to make it accessible for most hikers. Biggest difficulty to overcome is the rough road up to the start of the hike from Kathmandu. TYSM Ganesh for making the lifetimes experience memory . Hope to see you soon for the next trip.

Guided by: sudip



A gentle trek with fantastic views, pristine landscape, and friendly mountain people overlooking the mountains in Langtang Area.

Guided by: sudip

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