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Langtang Valley Trek is a short but definitely worthwhile trekking in the Himalayan belt of Nepal. Langtang Valley Trekking embodies a blend of geological amazement, cultural diversity, and ecological enriches of central north Nepal. Langtang region lies in Rasuwa district, at the northern vicinity of Kathmandu. Encircled by the Langtang range himalayan mountains, this pristine area is full of natural adventure. Langtang National Park which encompasses most of Rasuwa district provides for geological mirth. The aerial distance from Kathmandu to Langtang region is 61 kilometers.
- Tamang people life style and custom
- Buddhist stupa and mane walls, Gumbas
- Wild animal , birds and flora & fauna of Langtang National Park with Red panda.
- Langtang village is a newly rebuild after the earthquake in Nepal 2015.
- A beautiful place Kyanjin Gomba
- The Kyanjin Ri, the best view point of Naya Kanga (5,846m) ,Ponggen Dopku (5,930m), Mt Langtang Lirung (7245m ), Yala peak , Dorje Lakpa(6966m), Urkeinmang(6387m), Loenpo Gang (6979) and Kangchenpo.
Langtang Valley Trek
7 Days Langtang Valley Trek is one of the most sought after treks traversing to the base of Langtang mountain series. The Langtang Himalayan range extends through 3 neighboring districts of Kathmandu: Dhading, Rasuwa and Sindhupalchok. This series of mountain range includes some of the prettiest peaks such as: Langtang Lirung(7,227 m), Dorje Lakpa(6966 m), Langshisa Ri(6427 m), Gangchenpo(6387 m), Naya Kanga(5846 m), Paldor Peak(5896 m) and Yala Peak(5500m). Between these gigantic mountain peak lies the quaint Langtang valley sitting next to the raging Langtang river. The title “Langtang” translates to “Lang” which refers to Yak and “Tang” which means to follow in Tibetan dialect. Locals believe that a tibetan individual discovered the flat valley of Langtang while following the footsteps of his lost Yak, hence the name.
Langtang valley sits on the bank of Langtang river which originates from the Langtang range of mountains. This valley sits in the north eastern area of Rasuwa district in Gosaikunda rural municipality in the middle of Langtang National Park. It has been popularly famous for its quaint and tranquil ambiance amidst the Himalayan peaks. The dense village of the valley, Langtang village, was completely wiped away by the earthquake that terrified Nepal in 2015. You will still find the remains and debris of the village on your trek to Langtang valley. Nepal Langtang Trek is one of a kind trek which will take you on this enthralling adventure to this disaster struck region.
This trek is one of the short treks in Nepal spanning not more than 7 days. Among other small treks, this one is popular among trekkers for its offerings. Langtang National Park is rich with its diverse flora and fauna spread all over the area. This national park is particularly famous for the rare Red Panda and Snow Leopard that is occasionally seen in the area. Aside from the natural enriches, the locals of the area, Tamang people follow a distinct cult in their practice. Additionally, the lofty peaks will accompany you all throughout your trekking journey. If you wish to elongate your adventure furthermore, Langtang Gosaikunda trek can be an alternative to this trekking.
The final stopover of your trek is at Kyanjin Gompa village. This village resting peacefully amidst the towering Himalayan peak provides for a restful day during your trek to Langtang valley. The popular Ganja La Pass connects Kyanjin village to Helambu on the other side of the mountains. From Lama Hotel to Kyanjin Gompa is the Langtang valley. You will be amazed by the towering rocky peaks with white water river running from between. Apart from the natural amusement, you will be served local delicacies by Tamang group of people every night. In between lies small hamlets which serve as your teahouse stopover for the night. Lama Hotel, Riverside, Ghodatabela, Thangsyap, Langtang, Mundu and Sindum are villages sparsely spread along the Langtang Trekking trail.
The Langtang Trek altitude ranges from 1500 meters at Syabrubesi, which is the starting point of your trek. It goes up to 3880 meters at Kyanjin Gompa. The standard itinerary includes a total of 7 days of trekking to Langtang valley including Kathmandu -Syabrubesi-Kathmandu transfer. You can add one more day to stay at Kyanjin Gompa and explore nearby surroundings.
You have two options to choose from on your additional day at Kyanjin Gompa. Based on your Langtang trekking itinerary , you can choose to hike to Tsergo Ri which is a famous peak that scales 4985 meters during a rest day at Kyanjin. Alternatively, you can hike to Kyanjin ri which is relatively easier and measures 4700 meters. Kyanjin Ri is a nearby peak with roundtrip hike taking about 4 hours. Tsergo Ri lies much farther from Kyanjin Gompa and requires an additional day. On the standard itinerary, you can hike to Kyanjin Ri and return then descend towards Lama Hotel for your return journey. However, if you choose to hike Tsergo Ri you will have to add one additional day to your itinerary.
Both of these peaks stand in the close proximity of Kyanjin village. Trekkers also opt to go towards Langshisha valley which is further deep into the Himalayan peaks. Inquire with Himalaya trip to design perfect trekking to Langtang valley.
Temperature and Weather
Best time for Langtang trekking like other treks in Nepal is during Autumn and Spring months. These times provide for the pre-eminent weather cycle for an amazing trekking experience. Also, there are various Nepalese festivals that occur during these months which adds icing on top of the cake. Autumn months are characterized by the biggest Nepalese festivals: Dashain and Tihar while spring time is during Nepalese and Tibetan New year. Also, Langtang National Park weather remains relatively stable throughout these times of the year. Other than these, trekkers also opt for Langtang trek during summer and winter months.
Kyanjin Valley Trek in Spring
Spring presents itself as ideal conditions for your trek to Langtang valley. In this timeframe, Langtang valley experiences a tranquil and hospitable weather pattern. Spring bestows upon the region sunny days and agreeable temperatures, typically extending from early March to late May, just prior to the arrival of the sweltering summer. Springtime in Nepal establishes a perfect trekking atmosphere with its moderate levels of moisture, ample sunlight, and readily traversable paths.
Langtang Trekking in Autumn
Much like the Spring months, Autumn provides clear and favorable conditions for trekking in Langtang. Nepal's Autumn season commences in early September and extends through the end of November. This period offers crystal-clear skies, breathtaking vistas, well-maintained trails, and the agricultural cycle in full swing, making it a highly rewarding time for exploration.
Summer Trek to Langtang
The area surrounding Langtang valley is filled with lush greenery and subalpine vegetation. This area particularly in between Lama Hotel and Langtang village is picturesque during early summer months ( June to August). Despite the harsh weather lots of trekkers embark on langtang trek during summer to witness the blooming of wild flowers. Summer trekking is possible but the weather of Langtang in Summer needs to be followed properly for the same.
Winter Trekking in Langtang
The highest point of Langtang Trek is 3880 meters at Kyanjin Gompa. Even during the peak winter times, trekking is possible in this region. The snowfall recorded in the area is a bare minimum and teahouses stay open during the winter months. Depending on the forecast, we can arrange for a winter trek to Langtang too.
Temperature in Langtang Trek
No matter what the time of the year is, once you traverse beyond Langtang village, the night temperature will be chilly. The daytime temperatures are relatively warmer during Spring and Autumn. We suggest you have a look at the table below to have a general idea of temperature on the trek to Langtang.
|Location||Spring Temperature Range (°C)||Autumn Temperature Range (°C)|
|Kathmandu||10°C to 25°C||10°C to 25°C|
|Syabrubesi||5°C to 20°C||5°C to 20°C|
|Lama Hotel||0°C to 15°C||5°C to 15°C|
|Langtang Village||-5°C to 10°C||0°C to 10°C|
|Kyanjin Gompa||-10°C to 5°C||-5°C to 5°C|
Please note that these temperature ranges are approximate and can vary from year to year. It's essential to check the current weather conditions and forecasts before embarking on a trek to the Langtang region during these seasons.
People and Culture
Tamang people reside in and around the vicinity of Rasuwa district including Langtang valley. These Indo-Tibetan groups of people are said to have migrated from mainland Tibet centuries before. Their dialect, food habits, cultural practice and cult resembles pure Tibetan practices. You will find several Buddhist monuments that are dotted along the trekking trail. The most famous one you would find is in Kyanjin Gompa. The name of the space literally means Kyanjin Monastery. You will find other small chhortens, Mani walls and buddhists heritages located in and around the Tamang villages during trek to Langtang. Tamang people have long been known for their hospitable nature and warm welcome. They highly regard their guests and help them.
Apart from tourism businesses, Tamang people residing in Langtang valley are engaged in small-scale agriculture and yak herding. You will encounter several Yak pastures on your way to Kyanjin Gompa. Also, vast farmlands are located after you cross Langtang village on your traverse towards Kyanjin gompa. There is a Yak cheese factory here which produces Yak cheese. Tamang people celebrate Losar (Tibetan New Year)as their biggest festival. Additionally, Sherpa and Hyolmo community people reside in this valley in small numbers too.
The landmass included in the Langtang region is variates with amusing vista. The lower stretches of the trekking trail embodies deep gorges cut out by rivers. Until you reach Ghodatabela, Day 3, you will be traversing through the dense deciduous forest. This stretch of the trek embodies steep inclines through waterfalls, landslides and deep jungles. After Ghodatabela, sub-alpine terrain starts to surface. You will discover flat valleys of Langtang surrounded by rocky peaks in all directions. There are several trans-Himalayan pastureland located in the area. As you move forward, the landmass becomes even more barren with semi-arid topography. At Kyanjin you will witness the vista of the Langtang mountain range surrounding you.The area is filled with high mountains, dry peaks, glacial lakes, dry river beds, sandy river basin and rocky boulders.
As mentioned before, Langtang trekking trail follows Langtang river during the traverse. This river originates from Langtang glacier located at the northern end of Kyanjin gompa. There is also a lake located at the base of Mt.Langtang Lirung which is pristine and quaint. If you take a day hike towards Langshisha valley, you will discover numerous other river systems originating from the mountains. Additionally, there are numerous unnamed streams spread across the trekking trail on your traverse to Langtang valley.
Nestled straight north to Kathmandu is Langtang National Park bestowing alluring natural enriches of Rasuwa district. This national park was established in 1976 considering the biodiversity and landscape it embodies. Langtang National park encompasses a total area of 1710 square kilometers bordering Tibet to the north. To the south lies Nuwakot district, Sindhupalchok district to the east and Dhading district to the west. This national park’s geological attractions include: rugged mountain terrain, deep valleys, high alpine meadows and glaciers. It is home to diverse wildlife, including red pandas, Himalayan tahr, snow leopards, langur monkeys, and numerous bird species.
Hotel in Kathmandu
If you want to include the Hotels in Kathmandu, It is possible to include them. For flexibility, you may book your own accommodations Hostel to 5 star Hotel in Kathmandu and you can stay more than one night in Kathmandu before and after the trek at your preferred place.
Day 1: Drive Kathmandu - Dhunche - Syabrubensi
Day 2: Trek Syabrubensi - Bamboo - Lama Hotel
Day 3: Trek Lama Hotel - Langtang
Day 4: Trek Landing - Kyanjin -Kyanjin Ri
Day 5: Trek Kyanjin - Ramche
Day 6: Trek Ramche - Syabrubesi
Day 7: Drive Syabrubesi - Kathmandu
Kathmandu - Dhunche - Syabrubesi
1500m 146km or 7-8 hours drive B,L,D Lodge
We will begin our journey with a morning drive right after breakfast that will lead you to Syabrubesi. The bus journey follows a winding route, navigating both uphill and downhill roads, passing through various rural towns and farming villages. Along the way, you will encounter Trisuli Bazaar, a larger town situated in the sub-tropical zone in Nuwakot district. As the road ascends further, transitioning into a cooler region, the landscape changes from rice paddies to terraced fields of maize and millet. With these changes in weather and environment come shifts in culture and people as well.
Eventually, you will arrive at Dhunche (1,965 m.), which serves as the primary town of both the Langtang area and Raswa district. Here lies Langtang National Park headquarters where your trekking permits are thoroughly checked by park wardens from the Royal Nepalese Army who are responsible for overseeing this protected area. Continuing your journey downhill for approximately 1-2 hours brings you to Syabrubesi village where we will stay for the night.
Syabrubesi - Bamboo - Lama Hotel
2640m, Lama Hotel 11km or 6-7 hours walk B,L,D Lodge
The journey from Syabrubeshi is quite enjoyable, with a few uphill sections. However, the majority of the hike takes place on a relatively flat trail that passes through terraced farm fields and villages. Eventually, the trail descends and merges with another path that originates from upper Syabru at the Riverside Lodge. From there, you continue along a path that leads into a refreshing forest within the gorge, following alongside the rushing Trisuli River. The trek mainly consists of climbing uphill in the pleasant shade of rhododendron and oak forests. After approximately six hours of hiking, you reach a small clearing where Lama Hotel is situated. You will spend overnight at Teahouse/Lodge accommodations.
Lama Hotel - Langtang
3430m, Langtang 12km or 6-7 hours walk B,L,D Lodge
Starting from Lama Hotel, a morning hike of 2-3 hours will take you to Ghoda btable. Ghodatabela is situated in the midst of a forest filled with pine, hemlock, and rhododendron trees. As you continue on this trail, you will begin to notice the effects of increasing altitude. In Nepali language, Ghoda tabela means "horse stable." In the past, people from Langtang and even as far as Kathmandu used to trade with Tibet by bringing Tibetan ponies to this town. Ghoda tabela was an ideal place for cattle and horses to graze.
Upon reaching Ghoda tabela, there is a lodge and a park warden's barrack where your permit will be checked once again. From here onward, the trek continues for a few more hours along the trail leading to Langtang and its picturesque valley. For about an hour after leaving Ghoda tabela behind, you walk through refreshing shade provided by alpine woods while following a small stream. As you ascend uphill for another hour or so before reaching Langtang village itself via gentle winding trails that have occasional ups and downs.
(*Note: It is important to mention that Langtang used to be both a beautiful village as well as charming campsite in earlier days; however it was severely impacted by large-scale avalanche caused by the devastating earthquake measuring 7.8 magnitude which struck Nepal on April 25th ,2015 resulting in destruction throughout this valley).
Langtang - Kyanjin
3860m, Kyanjin 10.6km or 6-7 hours walk B,L,D Lodge
Starting from Mundu, the morning stroll takes you along a flat path for a brief period before gradually ascending through thorny blueberry and alpine bushes. Along the way, you will come across a Mani prayer wall that should be circumvented in a clockwise direction, adhering to local customs and beliefs. As you continue eastward, the valley opens up and reveals a grassy meadow offering breathtaking views of numerous snow-covered peaks in the distance. The journey becomes more enjoyable but may feel more challenging due to the gain in altitude as you approach Kyanjin Gompa for your overnight stay. Situated amidst picturesque surroundings, Kyanjin Gompa is adorned with towering peaks visible from all directions. Among them is Langtang Lirung, reaching an impressive height of over 7,000 meters with its icefall not too far from the village. Perched on top of a ridge created by glacial debris consisting of rocks and boulders lies Kyanjin Gompa monastery—a small sanctuary within an area that also includes more than 20 lodges and even a cheese factory. This stretch of the trek takes about 3 hours. You will have your lunch ready upon reaching Kyanjin Gompa. If the weather is permissible, you will then be guided towards Kyanjin Ri which takes about 3 hours roundtrip. Upon returning spend your night at Teahouse/Lodge accommodations.
Kyanjin - Lantang- Rimche
2640m, Rimche 19km or 6-7 hours walk B,L,D Lodge
As per the itinerary plan you will start your return journey after a pleasant night at Kyanjin Gompa. If the weather on the previous day is not feasible, you will be taking a morning hike to the top of Kyanjin ri on this day. After returning from the hike, you will be served with breakfast before your beginning your return journey. The trail we take is the same on our way up. We traverse descending through small hamlets located along. Further ahead from Lama Hotel, we reach Rimche for our night stay. Rimche is situated at a crossroad of two paths both of which lead to Syabrubesi.
Rimche - Bamboo - Syabrubesi
1500m, Syabrubesi 9.7km or 6-7 Hours walk B,L,D Lodge
We retrace our footsteps alongside Langtang Khola towards Syabrubesi. Today’s stretch is all descent that is steep and through dense forest. We traverse through Bamboo and Pairo villages before reaching the Langtang hydropower project . From here we walk on a dirt road towards Syabrubesi marking the end of our trekking journey. Overnight at Syabrubesi hotel.
Syabrubensi - Dhunche - Kathmandu
1342m, Kathmandu 146km or 7-8 hours drive B,L own Hotel
Our vehicle will start off from Syabrubesi for your drive towards Kathmandu. We will take the high mountains road of Rasuwa and descend to Nuwakot. From Nuwakot, its a smooth sailing highway ride towards Kathmandu. It takes anywhere from 6-7 hours to reach Kathmandu. We will drop you off at your hotel in the evening.
- Trekking Permit
- Kathmandu – Syabrubensi - Kathmandu by public bus or Jeep.
- One English speaking Leader / guide required porters
- All meals (7 Breakfast, 7 lunch and 6dinner) with Lodge accommodation on the way.
- Guide's; porter's food, lodge, flight, insurance, equipment, salary etc.
- Himalaya Trip T-shirt.
- Local fresh fruit like orange, banana, apple etc..
- 13% Government Vat and official charge.
Whats not Included?
- International airfare and visa fee (15 days for USD$30 and 30 days for USD$50).
- Hotel and meals in Kathmandu.
- Your trekking gears.
- All Hot, Soft and hard table drinks such as: coke, beer, mineral water.
- Tips for your guide and porters etc.
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UK, November 16, 2023
Langtang Valley trek – November 2023
This was my third trek with Himalaya Trip and as always it was a great experience. I was efficiently met at the airport by my guide, Ramesh, and then fully briefed at the hotel by Harka Gurung before having an acclimatisation day prior to setting off. A day on the road there and back to the start point is not too onerous as it is interesting to see varying local sights and agricultural methods.
The trek itself in November was an excellent time of year as the weather, whilst quite cold at night, was clear and fine offering fantastic views and a walking programme which was well within my capabilities as a not so young trekker. My guide, Ramesh, was superb and looked after me very attentively and always found excellent accommodation. And my porter, Sandeep, carried my kit uncomplainingly and always with a smile on his face. The views from Kyanjin Ri are particularly spectacular and Ramesh ensured I made it to the top even though I was a bit puffy in the thinner air.
I fully recommend this trek and Himalaya Trip as the Company charge fair prices for a a very efficient and friendly service. It was another unforgettable experience and my thanks to all the team for giving me a great time, I will come again! "
UK, November 16, 2023
Langtang Trekking Lodging
Accommodations during your Langtang Valley Trek are basic and limited to staying in teahouses. Teahouses are a popular choice for accommodation while trekking in Nepal, as they combine the concept of homestays with modern hotel systems. The local inhabitants along the trekking trail have converted their homes into wooden structures with multiple rooms, serving as teahouses. Each teahouse also includes a kitchen, dining area, and a small confectionery shop. In the evenings, you can warm yourself by the logfire in the dining area.
Most villages of Langtang region were completely destroyed in the 2015 earthquake. Reviving from the aftermath of the disaster, various new teahouses have been built on the trail. During your stay at a teahouse, you will be provided with a bed, mattress, pillows, and quilt. However, if you find that the quilt provided is not sufficient for keeping warm at night, you can rent a sleeping bag in Kathmandu before starting your trek.
If you would like more information about accommodations on Langtang Trek or have any other inquiries related to this trip or destination in general please feel free to reach out to Himalaya Trip.
Meals during the Trek
As any other treks in Nepal, food and beverages are provided by tea houses in Langtang trekking. Meals during Langtang trekking include a mix of Tibetan, Nepalese and Indian cuisines. During the Langtang Trekking, the tea houses will be responsible for preparing your meals. At lunchtime, we will make stops at midpoint villages throughout your journey. However, dinner and breakfast will be served at the teahouse where you are staying. The tea houses offer a variety of food choices to cater to different tastes. Their menu primarily consists of Basic Tibetan and Nepalese cuisine, but they also provide Continental dishes as well. One highly recommended meal option is "Dal Bhat," which is known for being both satisfying and nutritious. This traditional Nepalese set dish includes rice, lentil soup, curries, and pickles. Many trekkers prefer this dish due to its high nutritional value and its ability to keep them full during their trekking adventure.
In addition to Dal Bhat, you can also find a range of other delicious treats like pasta,noodles,pies available at the tea houses along the way.If you have any specific dietary requirements or preferences regarding food availability during your trekking experience on Langtang trail , please inform us in advance so that we can make suitable arrangements accordingly. Please note that Langtang valley and surrounding areas do not entertain meat products owing to their religious practices. It is not preferred to even take canned meat products in Langtang area.
Langtang Trek Map
Langtang Trekking Map is a useful utility tool during your trekking journey. Having a handy map to yourself will assist in navigation and guidance. You can be proactive about the terrain that is to traverse and prepare accordingly. Trekking maps provide vital information that might not be available otherwise. You will get detailed information about the landmarks, sights, terrain, water bodies and other information by having a map with yourself. Himalaya Trip’s all inclusive Langtang Trekking package includes a full fledged Langtang Trekking Map which is thoroughly informative.
Langtang Valley Trek Route
Langtang Trek Route is pretty straightforward with not many divergent trails in between. The route is clearly marked and is filled with various teahouses run by Tamang natives. We begin our journey from the capital city Kathmandu. On our first day, we will drive northbound following the mighty Trishuli river. Our drive will last for at least 7-8 hours before reaching Syabrubesi, a small riverside town located at the confluence of Langtang and Bhotekoshi river.
We then followed alongside the Langtang river to reach Lama Hotel. Lama hotel stands as a small hamlet located in a deep gorge in between two rocky cliffs. From here the flat river basin of Langtang river begins. Our trail then steadily follows through small hamlets like : Ghodatabela, Thangshyap before reaching Langtang village at 3500 meters. Right before you enter the village, we pass through the colossal debris of a landslide triggered by 2015 earthquake in the area. From Langtang, we will have mesmerizing views of the Langtang mountains. The pathway becomes flattened from this village and we reach Kyanjin Gompa, our final stopover.
Permits for Langtang National Park
Most part of Rasuwa district is enclosed by Langtang National Park. The dense forests, high mountains and river cut valleys are all a part of Langtang National Park. You will need to obtain your National Park entry permit for Langtang Trekking . This permit can be obtained in Kathmandu or at Dhunche(Day 2) during your bus journey towards Syabrubesi. The permit cost of Langtang is Nrs.3000 ($30 approx) for one time entry. This permit will be valid for the whole duration of Langtang trekking.
Do you have a packing list for Langtang Valley Trek ?
This is a short trek in the Langtang Region. You do not need any special gear.
- Sleeping bag
- Trekking boots
- Trousers, Socks
- Warm jacket
- T-shirts (two or three)
- Long-sleeved shirt
- Sunscreen (SPF 20+)
- Backpack around 50L
- Torch (flashlight)
- Camera, a memory card and battery charger( spare batteries)
- Quick- drying towel
- Toilet Paper
- Warm hat
- Thermal underwear
- Sun glass
- Water bottle with filter etc.
When is the best time to do Langtang Valley Trek ?
We organize this Langtang Valley trek all the month. But if you are planning to do this trek at the best time. We recommend the following time.
- Winter (December – February): This is the coldest time of the year. It will be difficult to trek because there will be heavy snow. But this trek is still possible to do.
- Spring (March–May): This is the best time to trek on the Langtang Valley trek. You will have wonderful weather with warm temperatures. You will also have a chance to see the Rhododendron flowers.
- Summer (June – August): This is a monsoon in Nepal. There is a chance of mostly rain and cloudy. A rain poncho or rain jacket is needed.
- Autumn (September – November): This is another best time to do this trek. After the rainy season. It will be fresh and clear weather will appear. It will be warm temperature.
Langtang Valley Trek Menu ?
The Lodges have a Menu; you will have your own choice. The foods are hygienic. But it is not like city food. Non-veg foods are not recommended. It is not fresh and hygienic.
- Breakfast: Simple Breakfast (Eggs any item has-brown potato, toast or Tibetan Bread, Pancake, Muesli, Oat Porridge, etc.)
- Lunch: Nepali Thali (Plain Rice, Lentil soup, Potato Curry, Green Vegetable, Papadam, Tomato Hot spicy, Chicken curry optional), Macaroni, Spaghetti, Potato item, Mo.Mo or dumplings, Pizza, fried rice, Fried Noodles, French fries, etc.
- Dinner: Nepali Thali (Plain Rice, Lentil soup, Potato Curry, Green Vegetable, Papadam, Tomato Hot spicy or pickle, Chicken curry optional), Macaroni, Spaghetti, Potato item, Mo.Mo or dumplings, Pizza, fried rice, Fried Noodles, French fries, etc.
- Dessert: Fresh Fruit (Apple, orange, pomegranates, Banana with any seasonal fruit) serve as sweet dessert.
Note: All the drinks soft, hot, and hard drinks are not included.
Available of the trip
We organise small group private trip. If you are 2 or more people in your group, you may book any dates.
The travel insurance is need in case of any emergency. It is recommend to have. If you are doing short and low elevation trek, you can do normal insurance. But if you are doing high altitude or adventure trek, you should have emergency rescue.
Last Minute booking
Normally, trekkers plan the trip before 3-9 months. Some trekkers decide the trip in last minutes. It is also possible to book your trek at last minutes. For the Last minutes booking, you need to make a full payment.
Tipping is highly expected. Our staffs try their best during the trip. After the trip, Tipping is expected. It is not fixed amount or percentage. We recommend the tipping according to their services.
When you are travelling, the safety is most important. For the safety of our clients, we trained our guide and porters. They are all register trekking / Tour / Climbing guide and experience porters.
Extra personal expenses
For the extra expenses, it is good to bring USD / Euro / Pound Sterling or ther currency. You may change to Nepali Rupees (NPR) at Tribhuwan International Airport or near your Hotel in Kathmandu. You will use only Nepali rupees during the trip.
Accept few countries , you will get on arrival Nepal’s Visa at the Tribhuwan International Airport or Nepal board. I recommend to fill up Nepal Visa online form and bring it with you. It will be faster and easy for you and visa fee is recommended to bring cash US dollar. You can’t pay by using credit card.
Trip extension or Itinerary Disclaimer
We organize small group private trip. The trip extension is possible but you have to figure out when you booking the trip.
Group joing and Fixed departure
Most of the time, we have small group private trip. Group joining or fixed departure will be available only at the clients request.
You are not taking all the lugguage on the trek. You will take only necessary gears on the trek and rest of the gears, you will store at your Hotel in Kathmandu or Pokhara or in our office in Kathmandu. All the Hotels have free luggage store services. It is more convenient to store at your Hotel.
- Ask permission to photograph people.
- Do not remove or purchase antiques, it is illegal.
- Avoid wearing revealing clothes and avoid outward displays of physical affection.
- Do not anything to disturb environment or wild animals.
Normally, domestic flight is not on time. If you have international flight with domestic connection flight. It is always better to keep some gaps.
For the Booking, we need passport copy, passport size photo by email or What's App and 20% deposit.
Why Himalaya Trip ?
- Fast response
- Small group private trek
- Safety is top priority
- Recommended on TripAdvisor
- Tailor made itinerary
- Seasonal package
- 200 plus trekkers take service every year
- 30-40% repeated customer