Nepal Trekking And Tour Agency

Government Regd.: 69478/066/067



Langtang Region Trek

Trekking into the land of Tamangs, Gosainkunda Holy Lake, Ganja La Pass, Langtang Himalayan Range, Sherpa Village, Age old Monasteries

The Langtang Region is another one of the most beautiful trekking region of Nepal. This region is considered to be third most popular region in trekking. The Langtang Region lies in the south along Tibet, in the northern part of Kathmandu. It is sandwiched between the high Himalayas in the north and slightly lower range of snowy mountains in the south. The splendid views of the Langtang Region are still the major attractions for tourists in Nepal.

To the west of The Langtang Region resides the Ganesh Himal [6000m-7000m]. Also, a remote but beautiful valley called Helambu fall in this region. A high mountain lake "Gosainkunda" is also a part of the Langtang Region.

Different ethnic groups like Tamangs and Sherpas live here. Getting into their culture and know about these ever-friendly people adds a different charm to the trek. The forests in this region are temperate and sub-alpine. Wild lives in the Annapurna region include migratory birds, dear, monkeys, tahr and pika. Also, different species of flora and fauna are available here.

Trekking in the Langtang Region starts from the lower part of Langtang valley, through the forests and the lands of the Sherpas and also through Langtang National Park. The trekking continues to Kyangjin Gompa [3740m] from where we can have a view of the small lake beyond Yala. We return back to Syabru village and trip to Sing Gompa, where the holy lake "Gosainkunda" is situated. We cross the Llaurebena Pass [4610m] and then forward to the south of Langtang region. We reach the Helambu valley and then down to Chisapani and then back to Kathmandu.

Langtang Region Trekking Packages

Langtang Valley Trekking

Trip Duration: 12 Days
Group Size: Min 1 to Max 16
Max. Altitude: Kyangjin Gompa (3900 m.)
Price: USD 720 per person, twin sharing room
Grading: Moderate to Strenuous

Gosainkunda Lake Trekking

Trip Duration: 17 Days
Group Size: Min 1 to Max 16
Grading: Moderate to Strenuous
Price: USD 1190 per person, twin sharing room
Max. Altitude: Ghopte (3480m).

Helambu Trekking

Trip Duration: 11 Days
Group Size: Min 1 to Max 16
Grading: Moderate to Strenuous
Price: USD 660 per person, twin sharing room
Max. Altitude: Tharepati (3597m)

Langtang Gosainkunda Helambu Trekking

Trip Duration: 11 Days
Group Size: Min 1 to Max 16
Max. Altitude: Lauribina pass (4600 m.)
Grading: Moderate to Strenuous
Price: USD 960 per person, twin sharing room

Attraction in Langtang Region


Poon Hill lies in the elevation of 3200m (10,500ft) is wonderful hill to walk up for sunrise. Located to the south-west of the Annapurna massif and across a large river valley, it commands spectacular views of all four Annapurnas, Machupuchre, Nilgiri South and Daulagiri.

Langtang Valley

Annapurna Base Camp lies at the altitude of 4130 meters above sea level. It is used as the base camp to climb Mt. Annapurna I (8091m.). ABC is popular trekking destination among adventure trekkers.

Gosainkunda Lake

Thorong La is a summit pass located 5,416 metres (17,769 ft) above sea level in the Damodar Himal, north of the Annapurna Himal. It connects the village of Manang (3540 m), with the temple of Muktinath (3800 m) and the village of Ranipauwa (3700 m), to the west in the Mustang.

Ganja La Pass

Tatopani means “hot water” and the hot spring of Tatopani is terrific. Near the river edge there is a small hot spring where water with 60 °C is pouring out a small tube. Fortunately there is also an other tube with cold water coming to the pool. It is famous for hot natural bath.


Jomsom is a town and district headquarters fo Mustang district of Nepal. Located at an altitude of 2800m, it is entry point of Muktinath Temple and Upper Mustang. Jomsom is connected with Pokhara by both road and flight.


Manang village is located at an altitude of 12,000 ft. The valley is named after the village. It is a large settlement with well over 500 flat-roofed houses guarded by a chorten and an extensive wall of grey stones etched with the "Om mani padme hum" prayer. Annapurna II and IV and Gangapurna are 8 km away as the crow flies