Langtang Valley Trek

Superb short trek this packs a lot of scenic punch into a small amount of time

Duration Duration 10 Days
Meals Meals
  • 9 breakfast
  • 8 Lunch
  • 9 Dinner
Accommodation Accommodation
  • 3-star hotel in Kathmandu
  • lodge during the trek
Activites Activities
  • Trekking
  • Scenic Drive
  • Ethnic Culture
Price Reduced US$ 1190 Price Starts From US$ 950
Destination Destination
Langtang Region of Nepal
Difficulty Difficulty
Max. Altitude Max. Altitude
4984 Meter
Activities Activity
Start and Point Start/End Point
Best Season Best Season
March, April, May, Sept, Oct, Nov
Group Size Group Size
1 - 8 People
Transportation Transportation
Private Car and Tourist Bus
Activity Per Day Activity Per Day
6-7 hours trek

Overview of Langtang Valley Trek

Prepare to be mesmerized by Nepal’s Langtang Valley Trek, a journey that showcases nature’s splendour with its sweeping visuals, unhurried pace, captivating Tamang culture, and distinct landscape. The best part? It’s easily accessible from Kathmandu, allowing you to commence an exciting yet economical Langtang Valley Trek Itinerary.

If you’re one of those adventurers who want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, welcome to the Langtang. A world full of soaring peaks, mysterious dense forests, rural villages, and stunning vistas everywhere you look!

The most remarkable aspects of the Langtang Valley Trek are its affordability and comparable experience to other popular treks like the Annapurna Circuit Trek, Everest Base Camp Trek, or Annapurna Base Camp Trek. This makes it an attractive choice for adventure seekers who wish to go for a high-mountain trek without breaking the bank.

Langtang Valley Trek Highlights

  • Diverse scenic and spectacular views with distinct Himalayan landscape
  • Tumbling river waters coursing via the thick alpine forests of Langtang Valley Trek
  • Panoramic views of yak pastures and terraced fields
  • A trekking route through the valley alongside majestic mountains
  • Stunning views of Kyanjin Ri and Tserko Ri
  • The monastery of Kyanjing
  • Rich Buddhist traditions of the people residing in the Sherpa region
  • Mesmerizing visuals of snow-capped peaks, such as Yala Peak, Langtang II, Langtang Ri, Ganesh Himal, Dorje Lakpa, and many more

During the eleven-day Langtang Valley Trek, we visit the monasteries, quiet riverside trails, and the jaw-dropping range of mountains. Langtang trek within the spectacular wilds of the Himalayas touches the trekkers to the soul. Hikers checking out a more accessible adventure recognizes Nepal’s beauty in the remote valley of Langtang.

Amongst the dense woodland foliage, keen-eyed hikers encounter much rear flora and fauna—the landscapes of Langtang Park are home to elusive wildlife such as Himalayan Thar and Lesser panda. From the tropical lowlands, you get into the alpine terrain for a fun experience of the Himalayas.

Tamang, Newari, and Sherpa ethnic groups can be witnessed living the typical mountain life of Langtang Valley. The friendly Langtang village folk will greet you with great hospitality. They will proudly introduce you to their Tibetan Buddhist culture that flourishes in the Himalayas.

Langtang Valley Trek’s Economic Way

The winding Langtang Valley Trek is often empty- a somewhat underrated destination. The subsequent landslide and earthquake in 2015 had a massive effect on the region. Constant aid and reconstruction have recently recovered the valley from the grief. As the Langtang Valley trekking trail reopens, your visit also assists the local livelihoods and uplifts their economy.

Although you can trek to Langtang throughout the year, the best views of the mountains are offered in Autumn and Spring. Winter trek can be exciting, but the cold mountain breeze and thick snow can be challenging. This sublime beauty lies a few miles north of Kathmandu– Langtang Valley Trek is a relatively short trek. It’s the best choice for visitors willing to undertake an authentic Himalayan tour in a shorter time and budget.

Using your water bottle is better than buying bottled water during the trek. That way, you can save a few dollars and contribute to the region’s less plastic waste.

Furthermore, you can extend this Langtang Trek with iconic routes, such as the 16-day Langtang Gosainkunda Lake Trek or the 17-Day Langtang Helambu Trek. Extending the trek will let you experience the beauty of the Langtang region to the fullest.

Glimpses of Langtang Valley Trek

Langtang Valley Trek Detail Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival at Kathmandu | Drive: 30 minutes to Hotel
Day 2: Kathmandu to Syabru Besi | Drive: 7-8 hours | Altitude change: 1300 m to 1550 m
Day 3: Syabru Besi to Lama Hotel | Trek: 6 – 7 hours | Altitude change: 1550 m to 2380 m
Day 4: Lama Hotel to Mundu | Trek: 6 – 7 hours | Altitude change: 2380 m to 3543 m
Day 5: Mundu to Kyangjin Gompa | Trek: 3 – 4 hours | Altitude change: 3543 m to 3870 m
Day 6: Kyangjin Gompa to Tsergo Ri and back to Kyangjin Gompa | Trek: 8 hours | Altitude change: 3870 m to 5000 m to 3870 m
Day 7: Kyangjin Gompa to Lama Hotel | Trek: 6 – 7 hours | Altitude change: 3870 m to 2380 m
Day 8: Lama Hotel to Syabru Besi | Trek: 6 – 7 hours | Altitude change: 2380 m to 1550 m
Day 9: Syabru Besi to Kathmandu | Drive: 7 – 8 hours | Altitude change: 1550 m to 1300 m
Day 10: Departure | Drive: 30 minutes to the Airport

Langtang Valley Trek Detail Itinerary

  • Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu

    Flying in the sky of Kathmandu offers an excellent view of the hills and mountains of Nepal. Our representative greets you at Tribhuvan International Airport and Welcomes you to Nepal. We will escort you to your hotel in the center of the town. The half-hour drive to Thamel’s vibrant area will be peaceful.

    After some rest, you can stroll around the place to shop for trekking gear (ask your guide to assist you with the shopping). Later, we join a briefing session to learn critical information about the Langtang Valley Trek.

    Thamel is a good place to stop with its fancy restaurants and bars. We will enjoy a welcome dinner together with the team. Afterward, you can enjoy Thamel’s nightlife or get to bed early.

    Overnight in Kathmandu
    Meals: Dinner Included

  • Day 2: Drive to Syabrubesi

    The first part of the Langtang Valley Trek commences with a scenic drive to Syabrubesi. Also known as the gateway to Langtang, this is the starting point of our trek.

    After breakfast in the hotel, we leave the Kathmandu Valley behind us. We rest at a couple of stops alongside the Trishuli River. After a luxurious meal along the riverbank, the journey continues.

    The drive is full of beautiful scenes from small villages along the highway and lush forests. The eight hours on the winding mountain roads and stunning terrace fields are exciting. Later, we ascend to Dhunche to glimpse the amazing views of the snowy peaks approaching us.

    Upon arrival in Syabrubesi, we’ll have some rest before we stroll through town. Tonight, you enjoy the first experience of the teahouse. A simple room and delicious meals will make your trip comfortable. Throughout the Langtang Valley Trek, such hospitality of local people will make your journey easier.

    Altitude: 1550m
    Hiking time: 7-8 hours
    Overnight in Syabrubesi
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 3: Trek to Lama hotel

    We start the walk right after breakfast in Syabrubesi. We take the first steps on the Langtang Valley Trek as we cross the Bhote Koshi River on a suspension bridge. Now, the path heads uphill along the dense woodland.

    Walking parallels to the Langtang Khola river gorge, the sparkling waterfalls, and the hidden, hot springs often greet us. If you are lucky enough, you can see the red pandas moving in the forest canopy. You can also see the giant beehives perched high on the nearby cliffs. Often, locals are caught trying to reap the honey from these cliff hives.

    The walk along with the terraced farms and quiet villages will be pleasing. We stop at the towns of Bamboo and Rimche for lunch before ascending to the charming Lama Hotel. Traveling through a few suspension bridge crossings and many rocky stairs, we will reach to Lama Hotel.

    Lama Hotel is not exactly a specific hotel, it is a village with a collection of hotels with typical food and comfortable accommodation. With exclusive tea houses and an excellent view, we’ll stop at Lama Hotel for the night. Enjoy the delicious dinner and crash for the night.

    Altitude: 2380m
    Hiking time: 6-7 hours
    Overnight in Lama Hotel
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

    Crossing the suspension bridge during Langtang Valley Trek
    Crossing the suspension bridge during Langtang Valley Trek
  • Day 4: Trek to Mundu

    The trail continues to climb as we gain more than 1200m of altitude from Lama Hotel to Mundu. We leave the village after breakfast and walk in the forest.

    The occasional glimpses of Langtang Lirung often smile down at us. As we reach Ghora Tabela, the mountains loom on both sides of the valley. Here, you can see the Nepal Army post without any permanent inhabitants.

    The trail climb as the valley widens to form a couple of temporary settlements. The herders graze their livestock within the high pastures in the summer. As you walk ahead, you get a sad reminder massive 2015 earthquake.

    The village that was once full of tea houses turned into an enormous rock field. Further half an hour walk takes us to the town of Mundu where most tea houses and guesthouses are built in a more modern style.

    You will enjoy the best accommodation with a luxurious room and good food.

    Altitude: 3543m
    Hiking time: 6-7 hours
    Overnight in Mundu
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

    In and around Langtang Valley
    In and around Langtang Valley
  • Day 5: Trek to Kyangjin Gompa

    It’s a relatively easy day of the trek. You can wake up late in the morning to enjoy breakfast. Departing Langtang village, our path ascends on steep paths. On the way, we cross a couple of small settlements that the yak herders employ. The views get astonishing as we continue on the course of the Langtang Khola.

    You can take your time to capture the beauty of Langtang in your camera; we can stroll towards Kyanjin Gompa. Close to the Kyanjin Gompa, we’ll encounter an unprecedented Mani wall constructed with stones carved with religious mantras. The Mani Wall leads into Kyanjin Gompa, the second-largest of its type in Nepal.

    Upon arrival in the village, we checked into the hotel and refreshed ourselves. Then, we head to explore the fun environment at our leisure. Today’s short walk is our opportunity to acclimatize at such an altitude. We get to enjoy awe-inspiring views of the Himalayas from our hotel window. We want a delicious breakfast and rest in our room in the evening.

    Altitude: 3870m
    Hiking time: 3-4 hours
    Overnight in Kyangjin Gompa
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

    Kyangjin Gompa
    Kyangjin Gompa
  • Day 6: Trek to Tsergo Ri and back to Kyanjin Gompa

    Today is the most challenging yet most exciting part of our Langtang trek. The morning begins with the fabulous view scattered throughout Kyanjin Gompa. We wake up early to have our breakfast and then begin the walk at a slow pace.

    The journey commences with a steep ascent to Tsergo Ri. The climb offers views of 21 distinct summits, including Langtang Lirung; besides the mountains, you can see the frozen lakes and the sprawling valleys. The eight hours of the challenging climb will feel worth it once you get to the top (best to reach the summit before midday).

    If you want a challenging walk to Tsergo Ri, trekking to Kyanjin Ri is the gentler alternative. It’s a shorter ascent than Tsergo Ri, but it’s still an actual climb. Kyanjin Ri, at 4,600 meters, is nearly as good as the Tsergo Ric climb; the 360-degree views of the snow-capped mountains will still greet you.

    After a beautiful time on the hilltop, we’ll return to Kyanjin Gompa. Here, we spend our second night in the same guesthouse.

    Altitude: 5000m
    Hiking time: 8 hours
    Overnight in Kyanjin Gompa
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

    Summit of Tserko RiSummit of Tserko Ri

  • Day 7: Trek to Lama Hotel

    It’s our time to bid a final farewell to the stunning Buddhist community of Kyanjin Gompa. Today, we’ll walk in the most extended stretches to head back to Lama Hotel. We leave the Gompa as we descend to the Lama Hotel on the comfortable downhill path.

    We’ll travel via the yak herding settlements as we lose about 1,400 meters. After taking a break in the typical Langtang village, we will interact with the locals and bid them farewell. Then, a short walk brings us to Lama Hotel. As we trace the same path backward, you will find the path somewhat familiar and pleasing.

    We’ll check in at the teahouse at Lama Hotel and unburden ourselves. Moreover, In the evening, you will have enough time to enjoy the luxuriate ambiance of Pines and Rhododendrons. You can see the villagers busy with their daily routines. We get inside our warm bed as the sun falls beyond the sky.

    Altitude: 2380m
    Hiking time: 6 to 7 hours
    Overnight in Lama Hotel
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

    Memorials to the victims of the Nepal earthquake
    Memorials to the victims of the Nepal earthquake
  • Day 8: Trek to Syabrubesi

    After breakfast, we’ll start our walk back to Syabru Besi. The last day of our trek will be exciting, with some final glimpses of the Langtang. Today, we have two paths to descend; the primary way takes us to the same route of Bamboo and Rimche villages. Then, we cross the Bhote Khola River between the forest of Pine and finally get to Syabrubesi in about 6 hours.

    A second route is relatively steeper but shorter. This route offers splendid views of the Langtang Valley. This option allows you to explore the replacement trail rather than retracing the same steps. You can pick the path as you pet the weather and your trekking stamina.

    In the evening, we will be strolling into Syabrubesi. The satisfaction of completing the entire Langtang Valley Trek will make us proud. After checking in into the tea house, we’ll gather to celebrate our accomplishments.

    Altitude: 1550m
    Hiking time: 6 to 7 hours
    Overnight in Syabrubesi
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 9: Drive from Syabrubesi to Kathmandu

    It’s the final day of our Langtang Valley Trek. We’ll enjoy a tasty breakfast before departing from the Langtang Valley in our private vehicle in the morning. An equivalent scenic route that curves with the Bhote Koshi takes you closer to the capital.

    When we arrive in Kathmandu, we first check-in at your hotel. Take your time to rest and relax with a hot shower. Tonight, take a while to stroll in the tourist markets of Thamel. Moreover, Thamel has some excellent shops to buy souvenirs for your loved ones.

    In the evening, we will gather together for a farewell dinner. We will raise a glass to celebrate our Langtang Valley trek as a team. After that, you can either crash in bed or enjoy the nightlife of Thamel.

    Altitude: 1400m
    Drive time: 8 hours
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner included

  • Day 10: Final Departure

    Today is your final morning in Nepal; enjoy breakfast in your hotel and some beautiful views. Please inform us about your flight schedule in the morning so that we make the necessary arrangements. Further, our driver will pick you up from the hotel and drive you to the airport for your final departure.

    You will reach the airport a few hours before your flight time. Waving the final goodbye to the beautiful country, you move towards your next destination.

    The memories of the Langtang Valley Trek will always be in your memory. We hope you’ll revisit us.

    Meals: Breakfast

    Kathmandu Airport
    Kathmandu Airport


What's included

  • 3-star hotel accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast
  • Basic lodge accommodation during the Langtang Valley Trek
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner with tea/coffee during Langtang Valley Trek
  • English-speaking guide and necessary porter with their salary, accommodation, meals, and insurance
  • Airport transfers in a private vehicle and Kathmandu – Syabru besi – Kathmandu by bus
    Langtang Valley Trek Permit and TIMS
  • Applicable government taxes

What is excluded

  • International Airfare and Nepal Visa Fee
  • Personal expenses like laundry, bar and beverage bill, the pot of tea/coffee, hot water for shower during the trek, etc.
  • Extra night hotel accommodation in Kathmandu because of early return from Langtang Valley Trek and late departure from Nepal
  • Tipping for guides and porters


Accommodation plays a pivotal role in determining the quality of your Langtang Valley Trek experience, and we at Peregrine Treks and Tours strive to provide the best lodging options for our trekkers. In the vibrant city of Kathmandu, we ensure a comfortable and relaxing stay in a three-star hotel equipped with modern amenities, including cosy rooms, delectable cuisine, and attentive staff to address your needs.

As the Langtang Valley Trek begins, we provide accommodations in teahouses, offering a unique and authentic experience by immersing trekkers in the local culture and hospitality. While essential in amenities, these traditional mountain lodges provide a welcoming and homely atmosphere. Sharing dining and communal spaces with fellow trekkers is customary, creating a sense of community and camaraderie on the journey.

We meticulously select teahouses based on their location, quality, and reputation for clean and comfortable accommodations and nourishing meals to sustain you on your trek. Whether you’re soaking in the lively ambience of Kathmandu or basking in the tranquillity of the Langtang Valley, you can rest assured that you’ll have a comfortable and inviting place to unwind and recharge each night.


Meals are an essential part of Langtang Valley Trek, and we at Peregrine Treks and Tours are dedicated to providing delicious and nutritious options to fuel your journey. In Kathmandu, we start your day with a hearty breakfast, offering a range of choices to suit all tastes and preferences. Once on the trek, we ensure you’re well-nourished with three daily meals – breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Our carefully curated menus feature a mix of typical Nepal local food, Tibetan, and international cuisine, like continental, made from fresh ingredients to provide the energy you need for a successful trek. We know the need to maintain a healthy diet and will try to accommodate any food restrictions or preferences while hiking.

From traditional Nepali dishes to comforting food favourites, you’ll enjoy a culinary experience that complements the stunning landscapes and enriches your trekking experience.

Route Map

Langtang Valley Trek Route Map

The Langtang Valley Trek begins as you land in Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal. The capital is itself blessed with classic architecture. Hereafter, the trail heads to Syabru Bensi. A short and exciting drive to Syabru Bensi shows the most beautiful views to the north of the capital. Your soul finds real peace as the path passes via the magnificent sub-tropical forests perched on the Langtang Khola banks.

The trail wanders you via the small village of Langtang as we move up to the valley’s alpine pastures. After a day in Langtang Valley, we head to Kyanjin Gompa to explore its uniqueness. Here, we visit the classic Yak cheese facility and try some of it. The next day, you can climb to Kyanjin Ri (4773m) or Cherko Ri (4984m). Both of these hilltops are difficult to climb, but the views from the top are more than stunning. The prodigious panoramic views of mountains in the Langtang region will greet you.

Kyanjin Ri/ Cherko Ri is the highest we get on the journey. The other riverside offers the trip with a completely different perspective. You can pick a challenging route toward the sacred lake of Gosaikunda or return to the Kathmandu Valley. You can trace it back to Lama Valley and then toward Syabru Besi. A beautiful drive in a private vehicle brings us back to the hotel in Thamel. If you seek a light-paced visit via superb scenery, Langtang Valley Trek can be exceptionally rewarding.

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    Vaccinations You must be completely vaccinated against COVID-19 at least 14 days before traveling to Nepal. Vaccination documentation is required.

    On Arrival Visas are available at Nepal's entrance points for travelers. Travelers from Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, Afghanistan, and Syria, on the other hand, are required to obtain a visa through their nearest Nepalese diplomatic post (embassy/consulate).

    Tourist Visa Fee

    15 Days – US$ 30
    30 Days – US$ 50
    90 Days – US$ 125

    To confirm the trek/tour package, we want a deposit of at least 20% of the total tour/trek fee. The remaining balance must be paid when you arrive in Nepal. We take Visa, Maestro, MasterCard, American Express, and other major credit cards. The total cost of a Bhutan and Tibet tour must be paid in full at the time of booking.

    We strongly advise you to purchase a SIM card for reliable internet access throughout Nepal. Nepal Telecom (owned by the government) and NCELL (owned by the private sector) are the two main SIM card providers in Nepal. It is preferable to get a SIM card at an airport, where staff will assist with activation and data plan purchases. If you have a SIM card, it will be easier for you to contact us and locate our airport agent.

    You can charge your electrical devices at hotels and lodges because there are no power outages. In the Himalayan region, however, hotel owners may levy a nominal fee.

    Equipment List

    Proper equipment and gear are essential for a successful Langtang Valley Trek. Here is a list of essential items to include in your packing:

    Trekking Boots: Choose a sturdy pair of waterproof boots with good ankle support and a non-slip sole.

    • Trekking Poles: These provide support and balance on uneven terrain.
    • Warm Clothing: Pack layers such as thermal shirts, fleece jackets, and a down jacket.
    • Waterproof Jacket and Pants: Protect against rain and wind.
    • Hat and Gloves: Essential for cold mornings and higher altitudes.
    • Sun Protection: Bring a sun hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen.
    • Backpack: A 30-40 liter backpack for day-to-day essentials.
    • Sleeping Bag: A warm sleeping bag rated for low temperatures.
    • Water Bottle and Purification Tablets: Stay hydrated and avoid plastic waste.
    • First Aid Kit: Include basic items such as band-aids, antiseptic wipes, and personal medications.
    • Trekking Snacks: Energy bars, nuts, and dried fruits are great for quick energy boosts.
    • Toiletries: Travel-sized toothpaste, toothbrush, soap, and toilet paper.
    • Flashlight or Headlamp: Useful for early morning starts or finding your way at night.
    • Passport and Permits: Keep them handy and in a waterproof pouch.

    Packing the right equipment and gear ensures a comfortable and enjoyable Langtang Valley Trek. Choose quality items suited to the trek’s terrain and weather conditions, and remember to pack light, as you’ll be carrying your gear throughout the trek. For more details, see Nepal Trekking Gear List

    Essential Information

    Langtang Valley Trek Difficulty

    The Langtang Valley Trek is considered the shortest and most moderate trek, with a gradual increase in altitude for many days. The Langtang Trek is a great trail if this is your first trek in Nepal. If this is your first trip to Nepal, the Langtang Valley Trek is an ideal route. And you can hike on the terrains of Langtang Valley even if you have no prior hiking expertise.

    The Highest altitude on the trek is Tserko Ri (4984 m), where some trekkers with a lack of fitness, dedication, and acclimatization may suffer worse. Climbing uphills and downhills, walking along narrow and steep ridges, and walking through rugged landscapes are all part of the Langtang Trek.

    The length of the Langtang Valley Trek is between 60 and 80 kilometres. On the trek, you may expect to hike for roughly 6-7 hours daily. You’ll need to be in relatively good health to make the trip.

    Best time to go to Langtang Valley Trek

    The best trekking seasons are spring and fall due to the pleasant temperatures, climatic conditions, and side views the trek provides. However, the Langtang Valley Trek could 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 the year.

    Each season provides different trekking experiences in Langtang National Park.

    In Autumn

    The Autumn season is the best time to trek in Langtang Valley. This season lasts from September to mid-December; the weather is warm and 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 the morning and nighttime. But the daytime is warm and sunny. The precipitation is low during this season, and you can see the clearest views. Since this is the peak season for trekking, you will find many fellow trekkers throughout the trek. If you don’t like crowds, this season is not for you to trek.

    In Spring

    Spring is the second most favoured season to trek around Langtang Valley. During this time of the year, the trail is charming. Rhododendron blossoms fill the trees, making them lush. Along the way, you’ll see plenty of wildflowers. The warm sun and gentle mountain breezes make the Langtang Valley Trek less exhausting at higher altitudes.

    In Summer/Monsoon

    June, July, and August are the hot summer months. Leeches, bugs, and earthworms can make the trails slick due to the rain. On the plus side, you’ll enjoy the rain-washed, lush surroundings 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 rainy season offers the clearest views of the mountainscape and surrounding landscapes after the storm.

    In Winter Season

    December to February is the month of the winter season. It is a time of snow and cold. The daytime usually is hot, but the nights are too cold and drop to minus temperature. Since this is a less popular season for trekking in this region, the trekking route will be less crowded, and there will be fewer trekkers. As a result, the Langtang Valley Trek in the winter is better for those who want to explore nature and take photos in peace.

    For More Details: Best Time for Langtang Valley Trek


    The TIMS Card and Langtang National Park Entry Permit are the permits required for the Langtang Valley Trek:

    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 Langtang National Park, you need to show this permit.

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

    On the other hand, any resident of a SAARC nation 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.

    For More Details: Permits Required for Langtang Trek

    Guide and Porter

    Our experienced guides and porters are a vital part of your trekking journey. We provide:
    One English-speaking guide for every trek.
    Ensuring you have a knowledgeable companion to lead the way and share insights about the region’s culture: history, and natural beauty.

    Our porters help lighten your load, carrying equipment in a 2:1 ratio so you can focus on the trek and enjoy the stunning landscapes. For solo travellers, we offer a guide-cum-porter service, providing a single professional who expertly combines the roles of both guide and porter. With their assistance, you can easily navigate the trek, enjoy enriching interactions, and better understand the Langtang Valley and its people.


    For groups of four or more, we provide a comfortable Jeep to take you from Kathmandu to Syabrubeshi, the starting point of the trek. The Jeep ensures a smooth and private journey, allowing you to enjoy the scenic drive with your fellow trekkers.

    For smaller groups or solo travellers, we offer bus transportation to Syabrubeshi and back to Kathmandu. The bus is a reliable and efficient option, allowing you to experience local travel and meet fellow trekkers. Regardless of the mode of transportation, we ensure your journey is safe and comfortable, setting the stage for an incredible trekking experience in the Langtang Valley.

    Emergency Support

    Emergency support is integral to the Langtang Valley Trek experience with Peregrine Treks and Tours. Our top priority is your safety, and we have measures in place to ensure a quick and efficient response to any emergency. We require all trekkers to have comprehensive travel insurance that covers accidental, medical, and search and rescue expenses.

    This guarantees that you will be protected against unanticipated events and that you will have access to fast medical assistance if it is required. In a serious emergency, we provide immediate helicopter rescue service to ensure your rapid evacuation to a medical facility.

    We understand the probable risk and, at the worst time, the importance of keeping your loved ones informed, so we promptly inform your designated family member about the situation and provide updates on your well-being. With these measures in place, you can do the Langtang Valley Trek with peace of mind, knowing that you are in capable hands and that assistance is available.

    Briefing and Orientation

    Briefing and orientation are crucial steps to ensure a successful Langtang Valley Trek. At Peregrine Treks and Tours, we prioritize providing trekkers with comprehensive information about the trek before it begins.

    Our knowledgeable team can answer any questions via email or WhatsApp at +9779851052413. We encourage trekkers to reach out with any inquiries or concerns. Once you arrive in Kathmandu, we hold a detailed briefing covering essential topics such as the trek itinerary, safety protocols, trekking etiquette, local culture, and what to expect.

    This orientation session allows you to ask questions in person, meet your fellow trekkers, and get to know your guide. We strive to provide you with all the information you need for a smooth and enjoyable Langtang Valley Trek, ensuring you are well-prepared and confident for the journey ahead.

    Sightseeing Activities

    After completing the Langtang Valley Trek, you may explore Kathmandu’s cultural and historical wonders. While sightseeing is not included in the trekking package, we highly recommend dedicating a day to iconic landmarks such as Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, and Bhaktapur Durbar Square.

    Pashupatinath is a holy Hindu temple complex that is well-known for the breathtaking architecture it contains, as well as the religious significance it holds. Buddhist visitors worldwide flock to Boudhanath because it is the largest stupa in Nepal and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    Lastly, Bhaktapur Durbar Square showcases Newar culture’s rich history and artistry with its temples, palaces, and courtyards. Each site provides a unique insight into Nepal’s diverse cultural and spiritual heritage. While the trek may have showcased the natural beauty of Nepal, these sightseeing activities offer a glimpse into the country’s vibrant culture and history.


    At Peregrine Treks and Tours, we value your unique preferences. We offer customizations for the Langtang Valley Trek to suit your needs. Want a luxurious stay in Kathmandu? We can upgrade your hotel for a comfortable experience.

    Are you looking to extend your adventure? Consider adding the challenging Gosikunda Trek to explore sacred alpine lakes. Are you interested in local culture? Extend your trip to the Tamang Heritage Trail or Ruby Valley. Spend some time learning about the history and customs of the various ethnic populations who call this area home.

    Are you looking for an exciting experience? The Ganjala Pass Trek offers a high pass crossing and stunning views of the Langtang Range. Share your preferences with us, and we’ll tailor the Langtang Valley Trek to create your perfect adventure.

    Sustainability and Conservation

    At Peregrine Treks and Tours, we prioritize sustainability and conservation in our trekking practices. Our mission is to trek responsibly, protecting the environment and supporting local communities while preserving the area’s natural and cultural heritage. Our guides instruct trekkers on responsible practices such as packing trash, refilling water bottles, and avoiding single-use plastics.

    We advocate respect for local cultures, encouraging trekkers to observe local customs and traditions and interact with locals respectfully. We also stress the importance of supporting local communities by purchasing goods and services, boosting their economy. Following these principles, we help preserve the unique landscapes and cultures we experience on our treks for future generations.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Langtang Valley is located in the north-central part of Bagmati Province in Nepal. It is about 51 kilometres north of Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal.

    This is a moderate-level trek. It would help if you walked approx. 5-6 hours per day. People with regular physical fitness and a positive attitude toward the trek can complete it quickly.

    Yes, Langtang Valley Trek is safe for female and solo trekkers. However, our guide will be with you, and they will support you in the worst case, such as Altitude sickness or chances of getting lost. Make sure you have insurance for high-altitude hikes and emergency repatriation.

    There is no ATM during the Langtang Valley Trek. You can get an ATM in Dhunche. However, we suggest you exchange or withdraw Nepalese currency in Thamel for your expenses.

    This trek is famous for its mountain views. You can see Mount Shishapangma (8027 M), Ganesh Himal, killer mountain Manaslu, Langtang Himal, and Jugal Himal. Similarly, this trek is famous for its cedar forest and high-altitude flowers.


    5 Star Rating

    Based on 4 Reviews

    Lê Thị Phương Nhị
    5 Star Rating


    Best trekking experience ever

    We did this Langtang Trek in October of 2022, 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 more extensive 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 guides, Mingmar and porter Ram, were terrific throughout the trip! They were very patient and hospitable, ensuring we were well taken care of and meeting all our requests. Pre-trip, Pradip was also very responsive in answering all our inquiries and flexible in scheduling. Well done to the whole Peregrine Treks Team.

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

    ทรามวัย กินบุญ
    5 Star Rating


    Comfortable trek with Peregrine

    We enjoyed the Langtang Valley Trek! The Langtang Region was fantastic, and we witnessed many different sceneries during the trek. The communication with Peregrine Trek was smooth; we got quick and elaborate replies. We enjoyed it and felt that we were taken care of very well. Our trekking guide, Sonam, was excellent and knowledgeable. 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 recommend doing the Langtang Valley Trek with Peregrine Treks.

    Jasmina Sandberg
    5 Star Rating


    Friendly guide

    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 trek. And what can I say about Langtang? If you want to trek but not on long routes, if you like to feel amid the Nepali-Tibetan culture and experience and witness the Himalayan lifestyle, go to Langtang. The entire route is just beautiful, and you won’t find thousands of trekkers on the route. It’s silent and peaceful, and mystic. It’s Langtang.

    Natalino Padovano
    5 Star Rating


    Impressive Trek

    I did the Langtang Valley Trek, and it was imposing! One of the most beautiful experiences I had in my life. The lake, the view, and changing landscapes are breathtaking.

    The team is severe and welcoming; working with them was an absolute pleasure. We had Mingmar as a guide, who I can only strongly recommend. He is very, very friendly and always looks great after us.

    Thank you! Peregrine Treks for making this trek happen. We will be back for more trekking, that is for sure.

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    The best experience we had with Peregrine was the whole tour of the Annapurna Base Camp Trek was tailor-made for our requirements; all our requests were reviewed, discussed, and accepted and, in some instances, with a better recommendation.

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