A trek to enjoy the fullest of all central Nepal trek destination in one with the combination off the beaten track in Langtang Gosainkunda Helambu Nepal walking tour. Langtang is a narrow valley situated south of the Tibetan border. It is inhabited by Tibetans and Tamangs, who share a similar religion, language and clothing style. Here, mountains rise soaring towards the sky. The landscapes we cross are extremely varied; rice- terraces, gigantic rhododendron, pine forest, and in the highest parts, a rock and shrub wilderness with the fascinating backdrop of snow capped peaks.
The combine trek of Langtang Gosainkunda Helambu treks offers the great diversity in both nature and culture. It is relatively not crowded area. The Langtang valley up to Kyanjin Gompa is inhabited by Tamang whose religious practices, language and dress are much more to those of Tibetans and we walk to the glacier at the foot of Langtang Peak. Though there are now many commercial lodges in Langtang village, in another section you can observe the distinct life style of the original inhabitants in Langtang village that might be interesting for you I think.
Langtang Gosainkunda Helambu with most part of the trail to Gosaikunda Lake is on the ridges of hiking hills offering spectacular views of Himalayan peaks. This route connects from Langtang to Helambu. There are not local inhabitants on the route to Gosaikunda till 2 days but when we inter to Helambu village we passes some beautiful forests and very interesting villages of Sherpas and Tamang. The Sherpa are quite distinct from the Sherpa of Solukhumbu(Everest region) both in language and customs. The people in Helambu where carefully exploited to a lower cast because of a Nepali king who was afraid they could give rebellion as they live all around the city regions. Probably to this result, they still live in backward civilization. The ranges of mountains that rise above us match the diversity of the people we meet. From low altitudes we have excellent views of mountains that include Langtang, the Annapurnas, Manaslu and even Everest on a clear day. This is a pleasant and exciting journey, a time to relax and become immersed in the beauty of the Himalayas of Langtang Gosainkunda Helambu.
|Day 01:||Upon arrival in Kathmandu a representative will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your Hotel.|
|Day 02:||Early morning drive to Shyabrubensi|
|Day 03:||Trek to Lama Hotel (2804 m).|
|Day 04:||Trek to Langtang Valley (3500 m).|
|Day 05:||Trek to Kyanjin Gompa (3800 m).|
|Day 06:||Rest and explore day.|
|Day 07:||Trek to Lama Hotel|
|Day 08:||Trek to Syabrugaun|
|Day 09:||Trek to Sing Gompa.|
|Day 10:||Trek to Gosainkunda.|
|Day 11:||Trek to Ghopte.|
|Day 12:||Trek to Tharepati|
|Day 13:||Trek to Melamchi Goun|
|Day 14:||Trek to Gangjwal|
|Day 15:||Trek to Kakani|
|Day 16:||Kakani – Melamchi – Kathmandu & drive to Ktm. Transfer to the Hotel.|
|Day 17:||In Kathmandu. O/N Hotel.|
|Day 18:||Depart Katmandu.|
18 days trekking, 04 night accommodation in Kathmandu on twin sharing in a 3 star hotel on B&B plan, all meals 3 times a day i.e. breakfast, lunch & dinner prepared cook, Accommodation in teahouses/lodge entire the trekking and camping /tented during the peak climbing, All staff tent, member tent, kitchen tent, dining tent, toilet tent, shower tent with shower equipment, table and chairs, hot water bag for bed and Pillow and – cooking utensils for trekking, A english speaking professional trekking guide license holder, porters ( 1 porter carries the luggage up to 25 kgs of 2 participants during the trek), insurance for the Nepalese staff, Entry Permit National park fee & TIMS card, all necessary transportation/arrival & departure by private vehicles.
Expenses of personal nature, personal gears, hard/soft drinks, personal medication, rescue in case of emergency & Tipping (tips).
|Grade:||moderate to strenuous||Max-Altitude:||4380m|
|Trek Region:||N/A||Starts in/ Ends in:||Shyabrubesi/Melamchi|
|Trek Duration:||18 days (15 days trek)||Type of trek:||Lodge/teahouse|
|Best Season:||March to May and September to November|