Trekking and Walking

Langtang Budget Trek

Nepal

Langtang Budget Trek

Durtation: 11 Days

Price: US 325 All Inclusive

The Langtang Budget Trek offers both a trekking adventure and a breathtaking view of the northern Himalayas of Nepal within your budget. Trekking in Langtang also provides an excellent opportunity to learn about the region's ethnicity.

The Langtang region is located in the northern section of the Kathmandu Valley, on the Tibetan border, and also known as the Valley of Glaciers. This 10 days journey in the vicinity of Langtang Region is one of the most sought after trek destinations, offering breathtaking views of the Langtang and Ganesh Himal mountain ranges, the Annapurna mountain ranges, Langtang Lirung, Pemthang RI, Lang shisha RI, Dorje Lhakpa, and Kangchenpo.

Our 11 Days Langtang Budget Trek takes you through some enjoyable and fascinating trekking routes, where you will be soaked with awesome views of mountains, rolling hills, and dramatic landscapes, and walking into the dense woods of tall rhododendron-magnolia-pine with bamboo forest, where rare and elusive Red Panda are frequently sighted during the walk around the natural environment.

Langtang Valley, walking through dense forest of rhododendron and oak, abundant wildlife such as the rare red panda, warm hospitality of the Tamang heritage, influenced ethnic encounters, traditional cultures, traditional cheese factory are all highlights of this Langtang Region Budget Trekking.

We, Himalayan Trekkers, offer the most inexpensive Langtang trek with the highest quality of service, which is appropriate for you. We are happy to organize this trek for you with a skilled local trekking guide and porter to ensure a successful trip and unforgettable trip. Our Langtang Budget Trek schedule is adaptable, and we may change many more things based on your suggestions. So, why not join us to ensure that you have a fantastic adventure trek in Nepal's Himalayas?

Budget Trek Trip Highlights

  • 11 Days and Affordable price including arrival and Departure
  • Unique and easy trekking routes.
  • Walk around the Langtang Valley.
  • Experience the unique Tibetan Buddhist Tamang Cultural and Traditions.
  • Ascends to Tserko RI (5,184 m/17,008 ft), the trek's highest point (5,184 m/17,008 ft)
  • Views of Langtang Lirung, Ganesh Himal, Yala Peak, and other peaks are breathtaking
  • Awe-inspiring ice cliffs and gushing glaciers.
  • Explore various monasteries and a cheese factory.
  • Terraced meadows, as well as deep valleys and rivers.
  • Take a stroll through the lush green woodland, which is brimming with Rhododendron and other wildflowers.
  • Observe a variety of bird species.

Best Season for Langtang Budget Trek

The Budget Langtang Trek can be done in every season of the year. Every season has its own unique beauty to show the people.

Autumn Season 

The Autumn season is one of the favorite seasons for trekking in the Himalayan areas. The weather will be mild and amazing and if you trek during this time of year, you will be able to walk under the beautiful blue sky, breathe fresh air, and witness clear mountain views.

Furthermore, since the precipitation is low during this time, you will be able to see the most stunning valleys and the Himalayas. The dense fog that blankets the mountains is less noticeable during this season and it is peak trekking season, you will encounter a huge number of fellow trekkers on the route. 

Spring Season

Spring season is another best season to do this Budget Langtang Trek. This season offers the lively vibes of nature. In the trekking trails, you can see the amazing lush green forest filled with colorful rhododendrons, different types of wildflowers, and small green grasses.  The weather will be very pleasant and get you a clear view of the Himalayan Peaks. 

Winter Season

In the winter season, trekkers can explore and see the different sides of Langtang and This Langtang Budget Trek is perfect to experience the thrill of this region in winter. During winter, Langtang will be wrapped in snow and surrounded by deep blue skies. However, because this is a mountainous area, you may experience snowfall, strong winds, and other unpleasant weather conditions, so travelers have to be a little careful. 

The trekking trail will be less busy and there will be fewer trekkers. As a result, the Langtang trip in the winter is a preferable alternative for individuals who wish to explore nature and take photos in peace.

Summer/Monsoon Season

Summer and monsoon always come hand in hand. The weather will be hot and mild during the rainy days. Because of the rain, the trail might be a little sloppy, muddy so, trekkers should wear nice shoes and be careful. 

The intense fog can sometimes block vision. However, after the rainfall, this season offers the clearest view of the mountain peaks, landscapes, and all the valley areas. Summer/Monsoon in the Langtang region is one of the most beautiful times of the year for nature enthusiasts.

Trek Permits

1. TIMS Card

TIMS Card for the SAARC Nationalities it will cost – USD 6 for Individuals (FIT) and USD 3 for group trekkers.

TIMS Card for others Nationalities - USD 20 for solo trekkers and USD 10 for the group trekkers. 

2. Langtang National Park Entry Permit

Langtang National Park Entry Permit for SAARC Nationalities it will cost USD 15 per person 

Langtang National Park Entry Permit for other Nationalities it will cost USD 30 per person

Langtang Budget Trek Difficulty

In terms of difficulty, the Budget Langtang Trek is indeed a moderate trek. Any trekker, even those with no previous trekking experience, can finish the 9-days Budget Langtang Trek (excluding arrival and departure).

The most spectacular aspect of the Budget Langtang Trek, however, is coming face to face with breathtaking Himalayan peaks like Langtang, Ganesh Himal, Annapurna, Langtang-Lirung, and others.

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Detailed Itinerary

Day 1

Arrival at Kathmandu

20 Min Drive to Hotel

1,300 m

Upon your arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport, our representative from Himalayan Trekkers will be there to welcome you and escort you to the hotel. After the checking process is done, you can rest and relax in the room.

In the evening you can stroll around the surrounding place and enjoy your time. Overnight stay in Hotel. 

Tourist/Travelers Standard Hotel

Day 2

Drive to Syabrubesi via Dhunche

8/9 Hrs Drive

1,490 m

Our day begins with a long drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi. The road leads us across the northwestern section of the Kathmandu valley, passing through stunning scenery and traditional villages. We will be able to see the magnificent Himalayan landscape en route, which includes the Annapurna, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, and Langtang ranges.

 After a quick lunch in Trishuli or Kalikasthan, we continue on to Syabrubesi, a traditional village. Syabrubesi is widely recognized as the starting point for treks in the Langtang region. Staying in a teahouse in Syabrubesi for the night.

Breakfast

Tea House/Guest House

Day 3

Trek to Lama Hotel

6/7 Hrs

2,470 m

From today we will start our trekking day. Walking with the Bhote Koshi River and passing through some up and down hills path, we will cross the bridge over Langtang Khola and Continue climbing through waterfalls until you reach Rimche, where we will have our lunch. 

After that, the trail descends to the Lama Hotel.

Breakfast

Tea House/Guest House

Day 4

Trek to Langtang village

5/6 Hrs

3,500 m

After breakfast, we continue with our day. Our trek continues as we ascend from Lama Hotel, taking in the scenery of the Langtang region's mountains and natural splendor. We began our walk after lunch and get the view first glimpses of the beautiful white Mt. Langtang Lirung and its ranges. 

Our trail continues up the broadening valley, passing a few temporary Tamang settlements and old Buddhist monasteries on the way to Langtang village, the Langtang National Park's headquarters. In Langtang village, spend the night in a teahouse.

Breakfast

Tea House/Guest House

Day 5

Trek to Kyanjin Gompa

3/4 Hrs

3,800 m

After having our delicious morning breakfast, we will begin our trek following a moderate uphill trail through small settlements and yak meadows. Passing through some local village, waterfalls, forests and Nepal's largest Mani wall, which is composed of stone and has prayers mantras carved into it. 

The oldest Buddhist monastery in the Langtang valley is Kyanjin Gompa. Staying at a teahouse in Kyanjin Gompa for the night.

Breakfast

Tea House/Guest House

Day 6

Day Hike to Tserko RI back to Kyanjin Gompa

7/8 Hrs

5,000 m

Today is one of the most important days of the Langtang trek. We will ascend over Tserko RI after breakfast for a breathtaking 360-degree panoramic view of the Langtang Mountains and other peaks as well. The journey to Tserko RI is long and strenuous, but once you reach the top, you will be rewarded with awe-inspiring views of nature that will make you forget about your fatigue and hardships.

Then, in the late afternoon, we return to Kyanjin Gompa to see the wonderful Buddhist monasteries in the area. We also pay a visit to a traditional yak cheese factory, where yak cheese is handcrafted. Staying at a teahouse in Kyanjin Gompa for the night.

Breakfast

Tea House/Guest House

Day 7

Trek Back to Lama Hotel

6/7 Hrs

2,470 m

After having our morning breakfast, we continue on the same trail that we have already trekked because there are no other options for getting to Lama Hotel. Our route takes us downhill for most of the day, passing through Rhododendron and Oak forests as well as spectacular mountain settlements. 

We will return to the Lama Hotel carefully, taking in the amazing Himalayan vistas. Overnight stay in there. 

Breakfast

Tea House/Guest House

Day 8

Trek Back to Syabrubesi

5/6 Hrs

1,490 m

After finishing the morning breakfast, we will walk towards Syabrubesi from Lama Hotel via Sherpa Guan. The panoramic view of the mountain and green hill views from the higher portion of the path is more spectacular.

Through the numerous Sherpa and Tamang settlements, the trail widens and remains sunny. The trail descends gradually to the Syabru Besi throughout the first half (1600 m). The Tamang Community, which has adopted the Tibetan way of life, is the major population of this area. 

Breakfast

Tea House/Guest House

Day 9

Drive Back to Kathmandu

8/9 Hrs

1,300 m

Today we will head toward Kathmandu, it will be a long drive along with all the local and natural views. After reaching Kathmandu we will have a Farewell Dinner with a cultural show.

Breakfast & Fare Well Dinner

Tourist/Travelers Standard Hotel

Day 11

Departure from Kathmandu

20 Min Drive to Hotel

1,300 m

Today we will depart from Kathmandu to your destination home. A representative will drop you at the airport on the scheduled time.

Breakfast

Accommodation

During the Budget Langtang Trek, we will provide the best and comfortable accommodations. In Kathmandu and Trekking Site, you will get tourist standard accommodation that has all the basic necessary items.

All the rooms are provided on a twin-shared basis and if you want a single room then you can request one, they will provide you with a little extra charge. 

Meals

Every day, breakfast will be served which is included in the cost but the lunch and dinner. There are varieties of food that you can choose in any restaurant based on your preferences, tastes, and budget constraints.

Authentic and excellent meals, as well as warm greetings, are available along the trail during your trekking days. In the lower elevations, you'll find a variety of cuisines. As altitude increases, the number of food possibilities decreases. Only a few varieties of food are available in the higher altitudes, such as Dal Bhat, noodles, egg products, mo: mo, Tibetan bread, soups, and so on.

Inclusion

Whats Included

  • Pick up and Drop by private vehicle
  • Tourist Standard Twin-sharing accommodation based on BB Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • KTM- Syabrubesi drive
  • Syabrubesi -KTM drive back 
  • Twin-sharing Tea house, Guesthouse or Lodge accommodation based on BB during the trek
  • Langtang National Park, TIMS, and local province fee
  • An experienced and expert trek guide 
  • Farewell Dinner
  • Insurance for Guide
  • All Logistic Documentations
  • All Government Taxes

Whats Not Included

  • Nepal Visa fees
  • Airfares to/from Kathmandu
  • Meal, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Any kind of beverages
  • Personal expenses such as telephone, travel insurance, laundry, room service, and other extra activities beyond mentions
  • Any cost occurred from unforeseen circumstances such as bad weather, political conditions, and issues, some kind of illness, landslide, etc. 
  • Travel Insurance
  • Tips to Guide and Driver
  • Porter

Gear List

Gears required for the trek vary upon destination and season. Trekking shoes, down jacket, sleeping bag, hiking poles are the essential ones. 

A comprehensive list of gear for all activites is listed on our dedicated page of Complete Gear List For Trekking and Climbing