Itinerary for Langtang Trek

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu (7th September)

I Will receive you at the international airport of Nepal, Tribhuvan International Airport and transfer you to the hotel. Today you can enjoy Thamel as it is one of the cream touring sites of Kathmandu. Tourists believe that Nepal visit is incomplete without visiting Thamel. You will spend the night in a hotel.

Day 2: Drive to syaprubesi from Kathmandu and overnight there (8th September)

After breakfast, we drive to Syabrubeshi. It takes around seven hours to get here. On the way, you will enjoy the scenic beauty of the countryside Nepal. The houses, terraced field farms and lush green vegetation sighted on the way fascinate you. We stay overnight in Syabrubeshi.

Day 3: Trek to Lama Hotel (9th September)

After breakfast, our tail begins. We arrive at Wangal first. We follow the steep path to reach Khumjung village. From here we further walk for half an hour and it brings us to Surkha. We pass through forests enjoying the steep climb. A descend trail begins from some part of the way and following it leads us to Syapogoan. We will spend the night at Lama Hotel.

Day 4: Trek Langtang valley ( 10th September)

It is a beautiful walk today. If you are lucky enough then you can see few mountain animals like blue sheep here. After around five hours of walk, we arrive at Ghoratabela. A further half an hour climbing from Ghoratabela will take us to Langtang Valley where we will spend the night.

Day 5: Trek to Kyanjing gumpa 11th (September)

It is comparatively a bit long walk today of around seven to eight hours from Langtang Valley to Kyanjing Gompa. The scenic beauty of the trail is really nice and pleasing. We reach Langtang village within three hours from Langtang village. Here we take rest for a few moments. The people of this area are really warm and charming. A further walk of around four hours will bring us to Kyanjing Gompa where we will stay overnight

Day 6: exploration day at Kyanjing gumpa (12 September)

It is a rest day or acclimatization day. In order to adjust body temperature with increasing elevation, we take rest on trekking. This will help in avoiding altitude sickness. The two viewpoints of Kyanjing Gompa namely Kyanjing Ro (4,800m) and Tserko Ri (5,000m) are popular vantage point to get the view of few snow-capped peaks above and windy path below. We go to Tserko Ri and from here we get chance to see Langtang Lirung, Langtang range, Kinshung, Yansa Tsenji and the Glacier if the weather is clear. We put off at Kyanjin Gompa.

Day 7: Trek Back to Lama Hotel ( 13th September)
We get back to Lama Hotel today. We will follow the same route which brought us to Kyanjing Gompa from Lama Hotel. We put off at Lama Hotel

Day 8: Trek to syaprubesi ( 14th September)

This is our last trekking day at Langtang valley after walking 5 hours we will arrive in Syaprubesi and spend last night in Mountain

Day 9: Drive to Kathmandu

After breakfast, we catch a bus to Kathmandu from Syabrubeshi. After around seven hours of the drive, we arrive at Kathmandu where you can enjoy roaming in the streets of Thamel. Adventure White Mountain will offer you farewell dinner enjoying the cultural dance.

Day 10: Fly Back to Home

It is the last day of our Nepal stays. I will drop you at Tribhuvan International Airport three hours earlier for the scheduled flight. See you soon Namaste



8 replies
  1. Welcome to nepal…

  2. Hello Maria,

    I am planning a trip to Nepal from early September, for 10-15 days. I do not have any exact dates, but I am thinking to start around 06septembre

    The plan is to get all the permits, to run the last errands and to start the trek the following day.

    I am looking at Annapurna Circuit Trek or Annapurna Base Camp trek, leaning more towards ABC. But if someone has other suggestion, maybe both together, just write it down. I would love to hear them.

    I plan to hike independently, with other trekking enthusiasts and go without a guide. , small group max 4 persons. I am physically fit

    If you are interested you can join me, I am really excited about this trip!


  3. Hi Maria,

    we will starting a trek on 8th -9thsept as well and we had planned for mardi himal, which is same region as Annapurna but ridge above overlooking ABC and also bit higher on elevation at
    4500m max altitude. I am getting a individual guide and there is no package involved and will mostly be flexible.
    If you are interested ,write in.


  4. Hi Maria,
    My name is Layla from London interested in joining you as I will be in Nepal around the 8th Sept( could even make it earlier).
    What have you decided at the end? I’m interested in having a guide with us and sharing the trek with a like-minded female traveler. Let me know please.

    • Hi Layla!

      I’ve replied using your email, please check 🙂


  5. Hi Maria and Layla,
    My name is Sara from Spain. I’m arrive at Katmandú on 7th of Sept. I’m interested in joining you. You already know what trek you are going to do? If you are interested, please contact me.

    • Hi Sara!
      Could you please drop me an email? i think my email is visible for you, I will email you my whats app number. I am going with my friend from Kuala Lumpur (we fly on 7th late at night). We’ve already arranged a guide going to Langtang Valley instead of ABC. Layla hasn’t come back to me yet, so i don’t know what’s her plan. Maybe you can contact her in case if you don’t want to go to Langtang Valley.

    • Hi Maria,
      Yes I’m still not sure. I’m definitely arriving on the 7th early morning but I’m still looking to do the Annapurna Circuit trek and talking to a local guide for itineraries and prices.
      @Sarah, if you are interest in ACT please contact me.