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Trip Highlights

  • One of the world’s most beautiful valleys.
  • Scale to Kyanjin Ri to have beautiful natural scenery of the Langtang region that it boasts of.
  • Explore Langtang Lirung, Langtang's highest summit.
  • Take a trip to the iconic monastery, Kyanjin Gompa — a top tourist attraction.
  • Enjoy a close-up view of the glaciers.
  • One of the best short trek destinations.
  • Discover stunning forests, high alpine meadows, and yak pastures.
  • A mixed landscape with varied vegetation.
  • A visit to the local cheese factory in Kyanjing Gompa
  • A panoramic view of vast open valleys awaits you at the end of the trek
  • Get a glimpse of the local culture in the Himalayas

When it comes to the best glacier destination in Nepal, trekking in the Langtang Trek gives you an unforgettable walking experience and shows you the amazing ice formation as well as spellbound beauty in its most peaceful area you can explore. Another landmark is the thickness of the glaciers and the dramatic view of the mountains that turn themselves into snowy paradise while you look at the prominent mountain of the region, that is, Langtang Lirung (7246 m) which is surrounded by lush pine forest and meadows and which is picturesque in the magical rugged terrains.

As you follow the trekking trail of scenic nature, you are undeniably on the number one tourist attraction of the Langtang region, and hundreds of trekkers head out to this region of unmatchable beauties. The region houses many natural attractions that you will come across which are worthy of being photographed during the trekking, including the Langtang River with crystal clear water which lies within the surrounding ranges of hills and mountains. On the other hand, equally, the interior beauty of Kyanjin Gompa leaves the travellers awe-struck that are rarely seen in other monasteries in the world. From there, you reach the top of Kyanjin Ri successfully to enjoy the view of mountains that are on 4 sides of your direction.

The day-to-day trekking itinerary of the Langtang Valley Trekking is different from one another in terms of walking hours on a steep trail. And you will also see the mountains that are very famous among tourists like Dorje Lakpa and eight thousand meters one like Shisapangma which is peeping you with its tip from Tibet. There are also other mountains like Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, Pemathang Ri, Langshisha Ri, Dorje Lakpa, and Kangchenpo looking at you. The sight of these mountains is jaw-dropping. But when you look at them, you cannot match this experience with any other activity. The moraine that you are going to walk ahead looks beautifully, fully covered, stunningly, covering an ice path.

Langtang Trek is a famed trek after Everest and Annapurna on the list of trekkers who are heading to Nepal. And the valley is beautified by the Tamang villages that are tucked away on the slope of the hills. Since you are inside the natural beauty of the Langtang National Park, you are enjoying a great beauty of excellence. Its trekking trail also gives you an opportunity to explore colourful Tibetan culture which is unique and which also makes the Langtang region the must-include destination on the list of trekkers from around the world of people who want to have a great outdoor explosive trekking experience in the Himalayan region of Nepal.

Best Season For Langtang Trek

March, April, and May are the best times for trekking in every corner of Nepal. Because the temperature becomes warmer gradually. Although in March, the leaves of some trees fall, we also see some flowers blooming. You could not say no to these months that are favourable from every tourism aspect. Tourists do come to Nepal for trekking in these months from Turkey and the USA, including the UK, Australia, and India. And it is during these months that a well-marked Himalayan trekking trail of the Langtang region creates easier access for the trekkers heading to the desired destination.

September, October, and November are the other best months to visit Nepal because they guarantee the result. The weather is too perfect. Prior to these months, there was a monsoon, and it did its job by washing all the dust particles from the air, and now the skies are clear as well as blue most of the time.

December, January, and February are colder months, but we know very well there has never been a shortage of winter tourists in Nepal from European countries. The perfect winter condition in Nepal meets the taste of the Europeans.

How difficult is the Langtang Valley Trek?

Its trail comes under 4 topics: easy, moderate, difficult, and strenuous. From start to finish, you will experience this. One thing is clear: it is not difficult like the Everest Base Camp Trek. There might be physical difficulties at a higher elevation like 4000 m plus. Most of the time, it is an uphill climb in the Langtang region. But you have to remember this uphill treacherous walk is scenic and enjoyable. When you are in the heart of the Langtang region, and from the vantage point, you will see the expansive view of the place where you have been trekking for a couple of days.

You might be subject to altitude mountain sickness at an elevation of 3000 m plus, but our trekking guide helps you overcome this problem easily. While walking downhill, you may have difficulty in balancing your knees, but that is a part of walking and should not be taken seriously. But one thing you have to be serious about is you must be fit and healthy in order to have the ability to walk up and down in the Langtang region to have great outdoor activities in your life.

Related article: Last Minute Booking For Langtang Gosaikunda Trek

Langtang Trek Package Cost

At a decent price, we will take you to the Langtang region for trekking, and the cost includes the following essentials.

  • Transportation
  • Accommodation
  • Food
  • Guide and Porter
  • Permits
  • TIMS Card
  • Langtang National Park Entry Permit

Other treks you can do in the Langtang region are Gosaikunda Trek, Helambu Trek, Langtang Ganja La Pass Trek, and Tamang Heritage Trek. The price of these treks varies from one another.

In all the treks of the Langtang region, we give our special service at a special price whether you are travelling alone with our trekking guide or in a group. You will find our service matchless, and you are bound to say this after you end your journey with us. Since our inception, we have created a history of giving the best service in a remote Himalayan place to our clients coming from different parts of Europe, Australia, and the USA. You will be cared for from beginning to end right from the day you start your trek with our trekking guide and porter.

Our trekking guide, our porters, and our office staff work with a sense of oneness and are committed to doing the job in a way that you have thought to have the right kind of service during the Langtang Valley Trekking. Every day, you will be provided with the best accommodation at the price you have paid to us as well as breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Each plate of these will satisfy your eyes and stomach. At this price, you will have the best service from local porters who know every inch of the trekking trail that you are going to walk.

Accommodation and Meals During the Langtang Valley Trek

Featuring mountain views, our lodge offers a room, attached bathroom, hot water facilities, Wi-Fi, and a dining hall. The hall has a fireplace with comfortable features. The lodge also provides a blanket, pillow, and foam. These three things are free, but you need to pay for Wi-Fi, hot water, and mobile charging. Dining out is great because what you are eating is homemade which means unadulterated food grown and cooked in the Himalayan region. What you can expect for breakfast is tea, juice, yak cheese, pancake, egg, potatoes, etc. For lunch and dinner, you are served: rice, curry, pulse, papad, and pickle. There is also a seasonal vegetable salad.

In Nepal, people have been consuming rice for hundreds of years as the primary source of carbohydrates. Since you need carbohydrates daily while walking uphill and downhill, you have to have it at least in the form of rice to meet the needs of your leg muscles. In the same way, protein in the form of the pulse cannot be ignored at all because it gives strength to your power too.

We very much believe in including protein in your diet during the Langtang Valley Trekking because protein is also beneficial to your bones. You get a lot of protein from eggs, pulse grains, and yak cheese. The curry that we serve you is made of vegetables. And the best thing about vegetable curries is they are also rich in protein, for example, pulse seeds that we use for making dal. The vegetable also plays a major role in the functioning of your heart as you walk uphill and downhill at an altitude of 4000 m plus in the heart of the Langtang region. It is to be remembered that the key to strength walking starts with carbohydrates and protein. Always finish your lunch and dinner completely in the Himalayan region; do not waste food.

How long does the Langtang Trek take?

Usually, the Langtang Valley Trek takes around 6-8 days on average. There is a day scheduled for acclimatization at Kyanjin Gompa but if we wish to shorten the trekking period then you can skip that. On the contrary, if you wish to lengthen the trekking journey then you can spend one extra day at Langtang village as well.


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).
  • First aid medical Kit.
  • Trekking map for a group and trekking achievement certificate.
  • 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.
  • Additional cost incurred by natural disaster and beyond our control e. g. weather, ilness, strike, landslide etc.
  • Hot shower, Battery charge, Wi-Fi during the trekking period.
  • Tips and gratitude for the staffs.

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Frequently Asked Questions.

How long does the Langtang Valley Trek rock on for?

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Alright, time to plan your epic trekking adventure! So, the Langtang Trek’s duration is totally up to you! It’s like a custom playlist – you pick the tracks you want! You can groove for five days or totally jam for an epic 20-day extravaganza!


But wait, we’ve got something groovy for you! If you’re ready to ride the good vibes, our 11 Days Langtang Valley Trek itinerary is all set with some chill rest days for a sweet trekking experience. And hey, if you’re pressed for time, don’t sweat it – the Langtang Valley Trek in just 7 Days is totally doable, and it’s gonna be a blast!

Do I need permits to join the Langtang Trek party? What's the damage?

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Permits are the golden ticket to the trekking paradise! Don’t worry, we’ll get you sorted! So, unless you’re a Nepali ninja, you’ll need two permits for the Langtang region – the super cool TIMS card and the Langtang National Park Entry permit.


Hey, it’s all good! For all our global adventurers, the TIMS Card is like NPR 2000 (that’s around US $20) for solo trekkers or NPR 1000 (approx. US $10) per person if you’re cruising with a group. And if you’re part of our SAARC crew, it’s even easier on the pocket – NPR 600 (approx. US $6) for the Free Individual Traveler (FIT) and NPR 300 (approx. US $3) if you’re trekking in a group.

How difficult is the Langtang Trek?

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Oh, no worries, it’s gonna be a trek-tastic time! The Langtang Trek is all about those good vibes, man! It’s not gonna rain on your parade, trust us! It’s like a smooth cruise, way less gnarly than some other treks out there.


You don’t need to be a trekking guru to rock this party – just bring your awesome self! Expect around 5 to 6 hours of trekking each day, and sure, there are some ups and downs. But it’s all part of the adventure, and with a bit of energy and pep in your step, you’ll rock this trek like a superstar!

When's the best time for Langtang Trek?

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You know it, it’s all about those peak moments! Spring (March, April, and May) and Autumn (September, October, and November) are like the star-studded seasons for the Langtang Trek! The weather is like the perfect beat – stable and just right, not too hot, not too cold!


But wait, there’s more! If you’re up for a groovy twist, you can even trek in the chillier Winter season (December, January, and February). It’s like adding some cool flavor to your trekking mix!

Can I go solo?

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Totally! It’s all about that solo flow! Since the Langtang region is like an open book, you can totally rock this trek on your own. Just remember to keep your trekking GPS on! The trails can get a bit trippy with all those forests around, so stay sharp and follow the groove!

Oh, and here’s the pro tip – during peak season, finding a rad teahouse pad might be a bit of a treasure hunt. But don’t sweat it, if you join our crew, we’ll hook you up with a cozy teahouse room in advance! Let’s hit the trail and make this trek the ultimate trek-a-palooza! It’s gonna be the trek of a lifetime, and we can’t wait to rock it with you! Let’s go!

Is the Langtang Valley trek worth it?

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Yes, the Langtang Valley trek is worth it as it provides stunning natural beauty, cultural exploration, less crowding, accessible starting points, a variety of trails, diverse wildlife, budget-friendly options, community impact, and a shorter duration of 7-10 days. 

What is the maximum altitude on the Langtang Valley Trek?

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At 4,984 meters (16,351 feet) above sea level, Tserko Ri is the highest point on the Langtang Valley Trek. Popular for its panoramic views of the Langtang region. from where trekkers can enjoy the view of Langtang Glacier and the snow-capped mountains and get a chance to visit Kyanjin Gompa. 

Do I need a guide and porter for the Langtang Valley trek?

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It depends upon trekkers’ preferences whether to hire a guide or not, but having a guide and porter can make your trek more comfortable. Porter helps trekkers carry their belongings, and guides help provide guidance on the region and the right direction.

What is the Langtang Valley Trek?

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 A popular trekking route in Nepal that passes through the breathtaking Langtang region is the Langtang Valley Trek. It is renowned for its unique culture, stunning natural beauty, and accessibility from Kathmandu.

What should I pack for the trek?

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Carry essentials such as comfortable clothing, an appropriate pair of trekking boots, a down jacket, a sleeping bag, trekking poles, and personal belongings. To be comfortable in unpredictable circumstances, you must have the right clothing and equipment.




Verry good experienced, very well organized. all of our sherpa is verry friendly specially Nitesh Pudasaini very approachable, friendly and professional. well done team!!!



Ganesh, owner of agency is responsive, responsible and amiable. He ensured things went smoothly and changes we requested during our Langtang trek were accommodated, including negotiating a good rate for our preferred hotel after the trek. Rabin our guide along with Sagar our porter did a great job guiding us on the Langtang trek. They took their jobs seriously but made the trek fun with conversations. We have become friends!

We would not hesitate to recommend ThirdEye to our friends.




It was the Langtang Valley Tour with my wife of 10 days that was one of my most memories in 2022. In the future, I plan to visit Nepal again for other tours such as ABC, the Mardi Himal trek, and others.trek and others. The trek was fantastic in general.

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