Duration
11 Days
Activities
  • Trekking
  • Sightseeing
  • Himalayan View
Accommodation
  • Three nights in the hotel
  • 7 Nights in eco-lodge
Meals
  • Breakfast in Kathmandu
  • 3-times meals during the trek

Price

Reduced

$1100USD

$900USD

10% Discount for Group
Destination Destination
Nepal
Difficulty Difficulty
Moderate
Max. Altitude Max. Altitude
4984 M, Tserko Ri
Activities Activity
Trekking
Start and Point Start/End Point
Kathmandu/Kathmandu
Best Season Best Season
Mar, Apr, May, Sep, Oct, Nov
Group Size Group Size
1-20 People
Transportation Transportation
Private Car and Tourist Bus
Activity Per Day Activity Per Day
6-7 hours trekking

Overview & Highlights

Langtang Valley Trekking Highlights


  • Manaslu, Annapurna, Ganesh Himal Views
  • Oak and rhododendron forests
  • Langtang river, Langtang Village
  • The Kyanjin Gompa
  • Climb Tsherko-Ri
  • Amazing Himalayan, valley and forest views
  • The rural village of the Langtang Region and their unique culture

Overview of Langtang Valley Trekking


If forests and jungle trails are what fascinates you, then the Langtang Valley Trekking is it! Langtang Valley Trek is the nearest trek from Kathmandu. It brings you to the foot of the Nepalese Himalayas through fantastic jungle trails and lush green valleys.

The Langtang Valley is home to the Sherpa and Tamang people who are known for their hardworking attitude and friendly nature. During the Langtang trek, we can see their unique lifestyle and centuries-old traditions. Furthermore, the Kyanjin Gompa a legendary Buddhist monastery awaits our visit.

The Langtang Valley Trek is an adventure suitable for easy to medium-level trekkers. It is however advised to do some light exercise before participating in this amazing trek to avoid muscle soreness, pain, and other issues.

This trekking in Langtang Valley is suitable for the whole year. However, nature lovers are recommended to take this journey from September to November or from March to May. Peregrine Treks staff will suggest you the best seasons to do the Langtang Valley Trek during your booking or inquiry.

Furthermore, you can extend this Langtang Trekking with 16-Days Langtang Gosaikunda Trek or 17-Days Langtang Helambu Trek. Extending the trek will let you experience the beauty of the Langtang region to the fullest.

The Langtang Valley Trekking Route

With a drive to Syabrubesi located in the Rasuwa district of Nepal, the Langtang Valley Trek starts. Crossing Dunche, we will arrive at Syabrubesi. On the way, we get to see our first glimpses of the hilly Nepali landscapes.

Along with remote villages and rice paddy fields, the Langtang Trek starts from Syabrubesi. The adventure begins as we head along the Langtang Khola (River) through forests filled with rhododendron trees and various wildlife.

Heading towards the Lama Hotel, a vibrant village in the forest receives travelers with every hospitality. As we travel further towards the Langtang village, the views of the mighty Nepali Himalayas and mountains become clearer.

Passing by Ghoda Tabela the Langtang Lirung, Tsergo Ri, and the Yala Peak come into view. This journey is fantastic and it becomes even more so once the massive Langtang Glacier comes in sight!

We continue our walk towards Kyanjin Gompa. We stay an extra day at Kyanjin Gompa for acclimatization. On the rest day, we will be exploring the monasteries, cheese factory, and a hike to Tserko Ri. From the viewpoint of Tserko Ri, we can witness a mesmerizing view of mountains and glaciers.

Then we return to Lama hotel passing Langtang Village and Mundu. From there, we will be trekking south back to Syabrubensi. The next day, we will drive back to Kathmandu which will take about seven to nine hours. Upon reaching Kathmandu, we will get back to our respective hotels and cherish a short enjoyable trek.

Upon the traveler’s request, Peregrine Treks & Expedition can take you up to the Ganjala Pass. The trek will end once we reach Helambu.

Don’t miss out on this unique cultural trek called Langtang Valley trek in Nepal!

Langtang Valley Trekking Itinerary

  • Arrival at the airport and transfer to your hotel by our representative
  • Hotel rest / explore the streets of Thamel
  • Trek preparation
  • Overnight stay at your hotel in Kathmandu

Meals: Not Included

  • Hotel breakfast and checkout
  • A scenic drive through the Nepalese highlands until reaching Syabrubesi
  • The road takes us to the rural Rasuwa District of Nepal and passed Nuwakot
  • Overnight stay in Syabrubesi village

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Breakfast and departure
  • Our first trek goes to the Lama Hotel
  • The trail leads us passed Tamang villages and into the forest
  • After a few hours, we can see the Lama hotel located in the bamboo and rhododendron forest
  • Overnight stay at the Lama Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Early breakfast and departure
  • Starting with a forest trail and the path goes slightly uphill
  • After exiting the open forest land gives way to incredible views
  • After passing the Langtang village that was struck by the 2015 landslide, we head to Mundu
  • Overnight stay at Mundu village

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Breakfast and departure
  • Start the trek, about 2 hours upwards to Kyanjin
  • Enjoy the views from the Kyanjin Gompa
  • Evening Buddhist prayer ceremony
  • Overnight stay in Kyanjin

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Breakfast and departure
  • The amazing 5-hour hike brings us up to Tserko Ri
  • Relax and enjoy the views from up here
  • Heading back down to the Kyanjin Gompa
  • Overnight stay at Kyanjin

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Early breakfast and departure
  • Following the same trail back as day 4 and 5
  • Entering the forest and hike down until reaching the Lama Hotel
  • Overnight stay at the Lama Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Breakfast and departure
  • Our last day of trekking brings us downwards
  • Following easy-going descending trails and passing various villages
  • Arrival at Syabrubesi
  • Enjoy the last evening in the Langtang Region
  • Overnight stay in Syabrubesi

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Breakfast and departure
  • The bus ride back to Kathmandu (about 7 hours)
  • After arriving back in Kathmandu, we will transfer you to your hotel
  • Rest of the evening free for leisure
  • Overnight stay in Kathmandu

Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

  • Hotel breakfast and pick up by our driver for sightseeing
  • Sightseeing a full day at:
    • The Famous Hindu Temple Pashupatinath
    • The amazing Buddhist Stupa Boudhanath
    • The Monkey Temple Swayambunath
    • The Royal Durbar Square in Kathmandu
  • A special thank you and farewell dinner in a traditional Nepali Restaurant
  • Overnight stay in Kathmandu city

Meals: Breakfast

  • Hotel breakfast and check out
  • Transfer to the international airport about 3 hours before your departure time

Meals: Breakfast

Includes/Excludes

Langtang Valley Trekking Accommodation

Accommodations:

We will be accommodated with Samsara Resort or similar hotel in Kathmandu and local tea houses during the trek. The rooms are made on a twin sharing basis. Single supplements can be served upon request but will cost an extra of USD 200.

However, the only room cannot be possible sometimes during higher elevations. In the trekking area, most of your accommodations contain attached bathrooms, while some of the teahouses may not. You may have to share the washing and toilet facilities in that case.

Meals

During the trek, we have a variety of options in cuisines like Nepali, Chinese, Italian, Continental, Indian and so on. Breakfast will be served from the tea houses or the lodge’s menu. And we will have our lunches on the way to our destination. There will be welcome and farewell dinners with our trekkers.

Langtang Valley Trekking Route Map

Langtang Valley Trek Route Map
Langtang Valley Trek Route Map

Departure Dates


There is no fixed departure trip for this month. You can request for a private group trip.

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    Langtang Valley Trekking FAQs

    How Difficult is Langtang Valley Trek?

    The Langtang Valley Trek is considered as the shortest and moderate trek with gradual increase in altitude for many days. If this is your first trek in Nepal, the Langtang trek is a great place to start. And you can hike on the Langtang valley’s terrains even though you have no previous hiking experience.

    The Highest altitude on the trek is 4984 m, Tserko Ri where some trekkers with lack of fitness and dedication may fail. Climbing uphills and downhills, walking along narrow and steep ridges, and walking through rugged landscapes are all part of the Langtang Trek. The Langtang Trek covers a distance of 60-80 kilometers in total. The average daily walking time for this trek is about 6-7 hours. So, one must be moderately fit to complete the trek.

    When is the best time to go for Langtang Valley Trek?

    The best months for this trek are spring and fall, due to the pleasant temperatures, climatic conditions, and side views the trek provides. The trek could, however, be more difficult during the off-season. However, if you are physically and mentally prepared and have the proper trekking equipment, you can complete this trek at any time of year.

    Each season provides different trekking experiences.

    In Autumn:

    Autumn season is the best time to trek in Langtang. This season lasts from September to mid-December, the weather is warm and remains stable. Trekking during this season allows you to walk under beautiful blue skies, breathe fresh air, and see clear mountain views.

    You may feel a little cold in morning and nigh time. But the day time is warm and sunny. The precipitation is low during this season and you can see the clearest views all around.

    Since this is the peak season for trekking, you will find many fellow trekkers through out the trek. If you don’t like crowds around you than this season is not for you to trek.

    In Spring:

    Spring season is second most favored season to trek. During this time of year, the trail is particularly lovely. Rhododendron blossoms fill the trees, making it lush. Along the way, you’ll see plenty of wildflowers. The walk becomes less exhausting at higher altitudes due to the warm sun and gentle mountain breezes.

    In Summer/Monsoon:

    June, July and August are the hot summer months. Leeches, bugs, and earthworms can make the trails slick as a result of the rain. On the plus side, you’ll get to enjoy the rain-washed surroundings, which are lush with vegetation. Summer in the Langtang area is one of the most beautiful times of the year for nature lovers.

    The monsoon season brings a lot of rain. You may have a hard time walking on the trail. You will experience the dense fog as you hike up, the dense fog can also obscure vision. The season, however, offers the clearest views of the mountain scape and surrounding landscapes after the storm.

    In Winter Season:

    December to February is the month of winter season. It is the time of snow and cold. The day time is normally hot but the nights are too cold and drops to minus temperature. Since this is a less popular season for trekking in this region, the trail will be less crowded and there will be less trekkers. As a result, the Langtang trek in the winter is a better choice for those who want to explore nature and take photos in peace.

    What are the required permits for Langtang valley Trek?

    The required permits for Langtang Valley Trek are:

    TIMS Card:

    The TIMS Card comes in three varieties. If you are a solo hiker, you will be given a green card, which costs $20. The $10 blue TIMS card is for coordinated community trekkers. SAARC nationals pay $6.

    Langtang National Park Entry Permit:

    To enter the National park, you need to show this permit.

    The permit costs you around $30, except the 13% VAT (Value Added Tax).

    Any resident of a SAARC nation, on the other hand, can obtain a permit for $15, except VAT. Children under the age of ten, on the other hand, do not need to pay any fees for permits while trekking in this area.

     

     

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    Oct 3, 2019
    by Marco Frey on Peregrine Treks - Everest Base Camp Trek - Annapurna Base Camp Trek - Langtang Valley Trek - Annapurna Circuit Trek - Manaslu Trekking

    We did this Langtang trek in October of 2019 and it was our best experience in Nepal. Peregrine Trek provided us with an English speaking guide and porter. Although many people do this trek solo, for us as part of a larger trip, we needed a guide.

    Our itinerary was custom made to suit our requirements and abilities. The trek went just as we expected. Peregrine Trek organized the trek perfectly. Our guide Mingmar and porter Ram were amazing throughout the trip! They were very patient and hospitable, always ensuring that we were well taken care of and meeting all our requests. Pre-trip, Pradip was also very responsive in answering all our enquiries and flexible in scheduling. Well done to whole Peregrine Treks Team.

    We would not hesitate to book again and hopefully we will be back to do Everest base camp in a few years.

    May 2, 2019
    by Louis Owens on Peregrine Treks - Everest Base Camp Trek - Annapurna Base Camp Trek - Langtang Valley Trek - Annapurna Circuit Trek - Manaslu Trekking

    We really enjoyed the Langtang Valley Trek! The Langtang Region was very beautiful and we witness lots of different scenery during the trek. The communication with Peregrine Trek was very smooth, we got quick and elaborate replies. We enjoyed and felt that we were taken care of very well. Our trekking guide, Sonam was a great and knowledgeable guide. The only thing we were sad about during the trek was that we couldn't go to Tserko Ri due to the bad weather conditions. Although it was cold outside we still felt very comfortable the whole time! We would definitely recommend doing the Langtang Valley Trek with Peregrine Treks.

    Apr 16, 2018
    by Ellis R. Luján on Peregrine Treks - Everest Base Camp Trek - Annapurna Base Camp Trek - Langtang Valley Trek - Annapurna Circuit Trek - Manaslu Trekking

    I did the Langtang trek last November. Everything was superb: organization and supervision by Peregrine Trek Chairman Pradip who took care of every detail regarding the preparation. The guide Nima was friendly and very kind during the whole trek. And, what can I say about Langtang? If you want to trek but not in long routes, if you like to feel in the midst of the Nepali-Tibetan culture, experience and witness the Himalayan lifestyle, just go to Langtang. The entire route is just beautiful and you won't find thousands of trekkers in the route. It's silent and peaceful, and sort of mystic. It’s Langtang.

    Langtang Valley Trekking Highlights


    • Manaslu, Annapurna, Ganesh Himal Views
    • Oak and rhododendron forests
    • Langtang river, Langtang Village
    • The Kyanjin Gompa
    • Climb Tsherko-Ri
    • Amazing Himalayan, valley and forest views
    • The rural village of the Langtang Region and their unique culture

    Overview of Langtang Valley Trekking


    If forests and jungle trails are what fascinates you, then the Langtang Valley Trekking is it! Langtang Valley Trek is the nearest trek from Kathmandu. It brings you to the foot of the Nepalese Himalayas through fantastic jungle trails and lush green valleys.

    The Langtang Valley is home to the Sherpa and Tamang people who are known for their hardworking attitude and friendly nature. During the Langtang trek, we can see their unique lifestyle and centuries-old traditions. Furthermore, the Kyanjin Gompa a legendary Buddhist monastery awaits our visit.

    The Langtang Valley Trek is an adventure suitable for easy to medium-level trekkers. It is however advised to do some light exercise before participating in this amazing trek to avoid muscle soreness, pain, and other issues.

    This trekking in Langtang Valley is suitable for the whole year. However, nature lovers are recommended to take this journey from September to November or from March to May. Peregrine Treks staff will suggest you the best seasons to do the Langtang Valley Trek during your booking or inquiry.

    Furthermore, you can extend this Langtang Trekking with 16-Days Langtang Gosaikunda Trek or 17-Days Langtang Helambu Trek. Extending the trek will let you experience the beauty of the Langtang region to the fullest.

    The Langtang Valley Trekking Route

    With a drive to Syabrubesi located in the Rasuwa district of Nepal, the Langtang Valley Trek starts. Crossing Dunche, we will arrive at Syabrubesi. On the way, we get to see our first glimpses of the hilly Nepali landscapes.

    Along with remote villages and rice paddy fields, the Langtang Trek starts from Syabrubesi. The adventure begins as we head along the Langtang Khola (River) through forests filled with rhododendron trees and various wildlife.

    Heading towards the Lama Hotel, a vibrant village in the forest receives travelers with every hospitality. As we travel further towards the Langtang village, the views of the mighty Nepali Himalayas and mountains become clearer.

    Passing by Ghoda Tabela the Langtang Lirung, Tsergo Ri, and the Yala Peak come into view. This journey is fantastic and it becomes even more so once the massive Langtang Glacier comes in sight!

    We continue our walk towards Kyanjin Gompa. We stay an extra day at Kyanjin Gompa for acclimatization. On the rest day, we will be exploring the monasteries, cheese factory, and a hike to Tserko Ri. From the viewpoint of Tserko Ri, we can witness a mesmerizing view of mountains and glaciers.

    Then we return to Lama hotel passing Langtang Village and Mundu. From there, we will be trekking south back to Syabrubensi. The next day, we will drive back to Kathmandu which will take about seven to nine hours. Upon reaching Kathmandu, we will get back to our respective hotels and cherish a short enjoyable trek.

    Upon the traveler’s request, Peregrine Treks & Expedition can take you up to the Ganjala Pass. The trek will end once we reach Helambu.

    Don’t miss out on this unique cultural trek called Langtang Valley trek in Nepal!

    • Arrival at the airport and transfer to your hotel by our representative
    • Hotel rest / explore the streets of Thamel
    • Trek preparation
    • Overnight stay at your hotel in Kathmandu

    Meals: Not Included

    • Hotel breakfast and checkout
    • A scenic drive through the Nepalese highlands until reaching Syabrubesi
    • The road takes us to the rural Rasuwa District of Nepal and passed Nuwakot
    • Overnight stay in Syabrubesi village

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

    • Breakfast and departure
    • Our first trek goes to the Lama Hotel
    • The trail leads us passed Tamang villages and into the forest
    • After a few hours, we can see the Lama hotel located in the bamboo and rhododendron forest
    • Overnight stay at the Lama Hotel

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

    • Early breakfast and departure
    • Starting with a forest trail and the path goes slightly uphill
    • After exiting the open forest land gives way to incredible views
    • After passing the Langtang village that was struck by the 2015 landslide, we head to Mundu
    • Overnight stay at Mundu village

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

    • Breakfast and departure
    • Start the trek, about 2 hours upwards to Kyanjin
    • Enjoy the views from the Kyanjin Gompa
    • Evening Buddhist prayer ceremony
    • Overnight stay in Kyanjin

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

    • Breakfast and departure
    • The amazing 5-hour hike brings us up to Tserko Ri
    • Relax and enjoy the views from up here
    • Heading back down to the Kyanjin Gompa
    • Overnight stay at Kyanjin

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

    • Early breakfast and departure
    • Following the same trail back as day 4 and 5
    • Entering the forest and hike down until reaching the Lama Hotel
    • Overnight stay at the Lama Hotel

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

    • Breakfast and departure
    • Our last day of trekking brings us downwards
    • Following easy-going descending trails and passing various villages
    • Arrival at Syabrubesi
    • Enjoy the last evening in the Langtang Region
    • Overnight stay in Syabrubesi

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

    • Breakfast and departure
    • The bus ride back to Kathmandu (about 7 hours)
    • After arriving back in Kathmandu, we will transfer you to your hotel
    • Rest of the evening free for leisure
    • Overnight stay in Kathmandu

    Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

    • Hotel breakfast and pick up by our driver for sightseeing
    • Sightseeing a full day at:
      • The Famous Hindu Temple Pashupatinath
      • The amazing Buddhist Stupa Boudhanath
      • The Monkey Temple Swayambunath
      • The Royal Durbar Square in Kathmandu
    • A special thank you and farewell dinner in a traditional Nepali Restaurant
    • Overnight stay in Kathmandu city

    Meals: Breakfast

    • Hotel breakfast and check out
    • Transfer to the international airport about 3 hours before your departure time

    Meals: Breakfast

    • Airport pickups and drops in a private vehicle
    • A three-star hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast
    • Room in the best available lodge and all meal (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) during trekking
    • Tourist Bus to and from Kathmandu
    • Kathmandu Valley guided city tour in private vehicle
    • All entrance fees during sightseeing and trekking
    • An experienced English or other Language speaking guide and one assistance guide for more than five trekkers
    • One porter for two trekkers
    • Guide, porter and necessary staff salaries, insurance, accommodation and food
    • Down jacket and sleeping bag (to be returned after trip completion)
    • Trekking bag/duffel bag, t-shirt, achievement certificate, and trekking map are free services from the company.
    • All necessary Permits: Langtang National Park entry permit fee and TIMS Card
    • First Aid Medical Kit or essential medicine
    • Seasonal fruits during the trek
    • Farewell dinner
    • All applicable government and local taxes

    • Nepalese visa fee and international airfares
    • Hotel accommodation, Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu because of an early arrival in Nepal or late departure from Nepal, prior return from the mountain because of any reason than the scheduled itinerary.
    • Travel and rescue insurance for trekkers only
    • Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, soft or hard beverages, recharge the battery, bottled/boiled water, extra porters, hot shower, a pot of tea, etc.) during trekking
    • Tips and gratuities for guide(s), porter(s) and driver(s)

    Accommodations:

    We will be accommodated with Samsara Resort or similar hotel in Kathmandu and local tea houses during the trek. The rooms are made on a twin sharing basis. Single supplements can be served upon request but will cost an extra of USD 200.

    However, the only room cannot be possible sometimes during higher elevations. In the trekking area, most of your accommodations contain attached bathrooms, while some of the teahouses may not. You may have to share the washing and toilet facilities in that case.

    Meals

    During the trek, we have a variety of options in cuisines like Nepali, Chinese, Italian, Continental, Indian and so on. Breakfast will be served from the tea houses or the lodge’s menu. And we will have our lunches on the way to our destination. There will be welcome and farewell dinners with our trekkers.

    Langtang Valley Trek Route Map
    Langtang Valley Trek Route Map

    There is no fixed departure trip for this month. You can request for a private group trip.

    How Difficult is Langtang Valley Trek?

    The Langtang Valley Trek is considered as the shortest and moderate trek with gradual increase in altitude for many days. If this is your first trek in Nepal, the Langtang trek is a great place to start. And you can hike on the Langtang valley’s terrains even though you have no previous hiking experience.

    The Highest altitude on the trek is 4984 m, Tserko Ri where some trekkers with lack of fitness and dedication may fail. Climbing uphills and downhills, walking along narrow and steep ridges, and walking through rugged landscapes are all part of the Langtang Trek. The Langtang Trek covers a distance of 60-80 kilometers in total. The average daily walking time for this trek is about 6-7 hours. So, one must be moderately fit to complete the trek.

    When is the best time to go for Langtang Valley Trek?

    The best months for this trek are spring and fall, due to the pleasant temperatures, climatic conditions, and side views the trek provides. The trek could, however, be more difficult during the off-season. However, if you are physically and mentally prepared and have the proper trekking equipment, you can complete this trek at any time of year.

    Each season provides different trekking experiences.

    In Autumn:

    Autumn season is the best time to trek in Langtang. This season lasts from September to mid-December, the weather is warm and remains stable. Trekking during this season allows you to walk under beautiful blue skies, breathe fresh air, and see clear mountain views.

    You may feel a little cold in morning and nigh time. But the day time is warm and sunny. The precipitation is low during this season and you can see the clearest views all around.

    Since this is the peak season for trekking, you will find many fellow trekkers through out the trek. If you don’t like crowds around you than this season is not for you to trek.

    In Spring:

    Spring season is second most favored season to trek. During this time of year, the trail is particularly lovely. Rhododendron blossoms fill the trees, making it lush. Along the way, you’ll see plenty of wildflowers. The walk becomes less exhausting at higher altitudes due to the warm sun and gentle mountain breezes.

    In Summer/Monsoon:

    June, July and August are the hot summer months. Leeches, bugs, and earthworms can make the trails slick as a result of the rain. On the plus side, you’ll get to enjoy the rain-washed surroundings, which are lush with vegetation. Summer in the Langtang area is one of the most beautiful times of the year for nature lovers.

    The monsoon season brings a lot of rain. You may have a hard time walking on the trail. You will experience the dense fog as you hike up, the dense fog can also obscure vision. The season, however, offers the clearest views of the mountain scape and surrounding landscapes after the storm.

    In Winter Season:

    December to February is the month of winter season. It is the time of snow and cold. The day time is normally hot but the nights are too cold and drops to minus temperature. Since this is a less popular season for trekking in this region, the trail will be less crowded and there will be less trekkers. As a result, the Langtang trek in the winter is a better choice for those who want to explore nature and take photos in peace.

    What are the required permits for Langtang valley Trek?

    The required permits for Langtang Valley Trek are:

    TIMS Card:

    The TIMS Card comes in three varieties. If you are a solo hiker, you will be given a green card, which costs $20. The $10 blue TIMS card is for coordinated community trekkers. SAARC nationals pay $6.

    Langtang National Park Entry Permit:

    To enter the National park, you need to show this permit.

    The permit costs you around $30, except the 13% VAT (Value Added Tax).

    Any resident of a SAARC nation, on the other hand, can obtain a permit for $15, except VAT. Children under the age of ten, on the other hand, do not need to pay any fees for permits while trekking in this area.

     

     

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