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Best season: Autumn (Sept, Oct & Nov) & Spring (March, April & May) are the best seasons for attempting Langtang Trek and December, Jan & Feb are consider as a good trekking months June, July & August are okay and trekking can be done but not so clear visibility. Duration: 18 days Starts from: Syaprubensi Ending : Melamchi Pul Bazar. Trip Highlight This astonishing exploration combines the variety of stunning views of the Himalayas with a infinite number of exciting tribal encounters. The things to see of Langtang Circuit trek are numerous however the main areas of interest are the rhododendron and bamboo forests with an wealth of wildlife, majestic waterfalls flowing over bath in hot  springs, splendid views of the snow covered white giant Langtang Lirung (7,200m/23,622ft), Visiting the  holy lake Gosaikunda . Langtang Circuit trek begin in the ancient city of Kathmandu; from where you will catch a bus to Syabrubesi; the starting point of your trek. This is an interesting village on the banks of the Bhote Kosi River. The trail gains increase as you make your way along the Langtang Khola,(River) first through forests of oak and rhododendron and then bamboo forests on the higher reaches of the trail. Traveling through Langtang (3,430m/11,253ft), you will reach the Langtang valley and the friendly Sherpa village of Kyanjing Gompa (3,870m/12,697ft). In Kyanjing Gompa you will experience the divine lifestyle of committed Buddhist monks who carry out their rituals in a beautiful Monastery dating back to circa 1300 A.D. Early in the morning you will ascend Tserko Ri (5,000m/16,404ft) to get tremendous view of the Langtang Lirung (7,200m/23,622ft) range. A short hike will also be taken to a magnificent freezing moraine (4,300m/14,107ft), which can be climbed depending on the time factor and offers more impressive views of Langtang, Lari Lirung and the foot of one of its major glaciers. There will also be the opportunity of visiting a traditional cheese factory, where the produce is manufactured by hand.  Once in Chadan Bari (3,330m/10,925ft), having traveled through Lama Hotel, you can relish magnificent views of the towering snow-covered Ganesh Himal (7,600m/24,934ft) and Langtang -II (7,227m/23,711ft) peaks. If you are lucky enough, you might be able to spot the shy Red Panda that in habitats the Langtang region. Moving on to Gosainkunda, watch the sun rise over a whole host of shimmering Lakes of this sacred pilgrimage site. It is believed that Lord Shiva created the holy lake with his trident. After Laurebinayak pass (4,609m/15,121ft) you will also trek through some beautiful rice terraces and a number of splendid Buddhist monasteries around the delightful villages of Tarke Gyang and Sermathang (2,621m/8,599ft), before heading back to Kathmandu.Guest House and Lodges are in Ridge of Gosian Kunda Lake.


Day 1: Departure

Kathmandu to Tumlingtar – Drive to Num

Day 2

Num (1490m) – Sedua (1460m 5/6 hrs hiking) 

Day 3

Sedua (1460m) – Tashi Gaun (2070m – 5 hrs Hiking)

Day 4

Tashi Gaon (2070m) – Kauma (3470m – 6hrs Hiking)

Day 5

Kauma (3470m) Day 6: Kauma(3470m) – Mumbak(3570m – 5 hrs Hiking)

Day 6

Kauma(3470m) – Mumbak(3570m – 5 hrs Hiking)

Day 7

Mumbuk(3570m) – Neha Kharka – (3000m – 6hrs Hiking)

Day 8

NEHA KHARKA – (3000 m) – SHERSON (4615 m – 7 hrs Hiking) Sit et.

Day 9

SHERSON (4615 m) – MAKALU BASE CAMP (5000 m – 4/5 hrs Hiking)

Day 10

Explore Makalu Base Camp.

Day 11

MAKALU BASE CAMP TO Neha Kharka – (3000 m)

Day 12

Neha Kharka – (3000 m) – Mumbuk (3570 m)

Day 13

Mumbuk (3570 m) – Kauma (3470 m)

Day 14

Kauma (3470 m) – Tashi Gaun (2070 m)

Day 15

Trek to Pakuwa (1520 m)

Day 16

Pukuwa (1520m) – Bumling (1160m) to Tumlingtar

Day 17: Arrival

Back to Kathmandu

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