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Trek type: Camping/Tea house
Trek Grade: Moderate
Duration: 18 days trips (14 days trekking)
Activities: Trekking, camping, sightseeing.
Best time to go: September to March/April
Departure dates: by arrangement

According to legend, Langtang valley was discovered by a Lama following a runaway Yak, hence the name "Lang". Tibetan for Yak, and "Tang" meaning to follow. Langtang is a narrow valley, that lies just south of the Tibetan border, sandwiched between the main Himalayan range to the north and slightly lower range of snow clad peaks to the south. This high and isolated region is inhabited by people of Tibetan origin, who practice Buddhism. A trek through Langtang valley offers an opportunity to explore villages and monasteries and to visit glaciers at the head of the valley.

Itinerary

Day 01 : Trip commences in Kathmandu, introductions and formalities
Height : 1336m

Day 02 : Sightseeing around Kathmandu Valley

Day 03 : Leave Kathmandu for Syabru Bensi by bus
Height : 1420m

Day 04 : Lama Hotel
Height :  2480m

Day 05 : Langtang village
Height :  3420m

Day 06 : Kyangin Gomba
Height :  3900m

Day 07 : Rest day at Kyangin with short hike
Height : 2700m

Day 08 : Lama Hotel
Height :  2480m

Day 09 : Syabru Village
Height :  3901m

Day 10 : Singompa
Height :  3300m

Day 11 : Gosaikund
Height :  4380m

Day 12 : Ghopte
Height :  3400m

Day 13 : Tharepati (short trek rest of the day at leisure)
Height :  3630m

Day 14 : Gul Bhanjyang
Height :  2142m

Day 15 : Chisopani
Height :  2194m

Day 16 : Kathmandu
Height :  1336m

Day 17 : Kathmandu - sightseeing/shopping/optional rock-climbing at Balliju Cliff - additional cost

Day 18 : Trip concludes in Kathmandu

Cost ???

Cost included : Campers: Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu (as per itinerary, 3 star rating standard, B&B, twin share basis), airport transfers, full compliment of trekking crew, all meals while on trek (except alternative by choice), all necessary camping gear (including sleeping bag, down jacket), overland transportation, National Park Fees, trekking crew insurance, emergency first aid kit.

Teahouse:
Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu (as per itinerary, 3 star rating standard, B&B, twin share basis), airport transfers, full compliment of trekking crew, all meals while on trek (except alternative by choice), accommodation at best available teahouse, overland transportation, National Park Fees, trekking crew insurance, emergency first aid kit.

Cost not included : Extra hotel expenses, single room supplement where requested, any personal expenses (bottled soft drinks, telephone charges, video/camera fees, etc.), domestic and international airfares, medical costs (except medical attention given by trek leader), rescue charges, tips for crew (typically around NRp100 per trekking day), airport departure tax (currently NRp1695 for international destinations), Visas and visa extension costs.

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