Royal Himalayan Holidays

Langtang Valley Trek

11 days
Max. Elevation
Group size
Min 2
All ground transportation and domestic flights as per itinerary
Best Season
Mar-May and Sep-Dec
5/4-star Hotel in Kathmandu and standard tea house/lodge during the trek
Breakfast in Kathmandu and all meals during the trek
Starts at
Ends at
Trip Route
Kathmandu-Syabrubesi-Lama Hotel-Mundu-Kyanjin Gompa-Kyangjin Ri-Lama Hotel-Syabrubesi-Kathmandu


    • Sightseeing in Kathmandu
    • Scenic drive to Syabrubesi
    • Amazing short trek through the Langtang Region
    • Discover various Tamang and Sherpa communities
    • Visit the unique Kyanjin Gompa
    • Hike up to Kyanjin Ri
    • Incredible views of the Langtang Himalayan Range


One of Nepal’s best treks nearby Kathmandu and with the least amount of travel time, the Langtang Valley trek of 10 days, promises you Himalayan views, and culture! Royal Himalayan Holidays takes you on a journey through the Langtang Valley with a 6 days trek. Ideal for any age group, families, groups, and couples this trek in Nepal is the best outdoor bonding experience!

Royal Himalayan Holidays welcomes you at the airport in Kathmandu at the start of your vacation and invites you to a welcome dinner in a traditional restaurant with a live culture show. The next day we hold a short trek and safety briefing and go sightseeing around Kathmandu city’s most prominent landmarks. On day three of the Langtang Valley trek, we drive to the village of Syabrubesi, the starting point of the trek! While the drive can take up to 7 hours, the views are amazing. We’ll have lunch on the way to one of the roadside restaurants. The next day we officially start with the Langtang Valley trek and head for the Lama Hotel at a height of 2,470m (8,103ft). During this day we’ll be crossing the Bhote Khosi River as well as following a part of the Langtang River before ascending to the Lama Hotel. On day 5 we’ll be trekking through the old Langtang village which was destroyed due to the 2015 earthquake and head further towards Mundu village (3,550m/11,646ft). The next day we head for the main highlight and our final destination during the Langtang Valley Trek, the Kyanjin Gumba. This incredible beautiful Tibetan Buddhist Gumba is one of the most important pilgrimage sites of the entire region, and we’ll be exploring here as well. In the morning around 6 am, we’ll have a chance to climb up the Kyanjin Ri Hill (4,850m/15,912ft) and see incredible views of; the Langtang Lirung (7,227m/23,711ft), Mt Changbu (6,251m/20,509ft), Mt Yuba (6,264m/20,511ft), the Yalla Peak (5,500m/18,045ft) and the Tserko Peak (5,749m/18,862ft). It’ll take about 3 to 4 hours of uphill hiking but the views are quite rewarding! We’ll spend the next two days trekking back to Syabrubesi and completing the Langtang Valley trek. 

Culture, Himalayan views, and a great outdoor experience are what you can expect from the Royal Himalayan Holidays’ Langtang Valley trek of 11 days. Book today this incredible trek in Nepal and get the best Himalayan experience! 

Trip Itinerary

  • Meet and greet at the airport
  • Hotel transfer by private vehicle
  • Welcome drinks and check-in
  • Welcome dinner
  • Overnight at your hotel

  • Hotel breakfast
  • Trek briefing at the hotel
  • Pick-up by your tour guide
  • Arrival at Bishal Bazaar and start walking tour
  • Explore Kathmandu Durbar Square
  • Continue the walking tour to Thamel via Asan local bazaar
  • Pick up from Thamel and drive to your hotel (in case the hotel is out of Thamel)
  • Overnight at your hotel

  • Hotel breakfast
  • Pick up from hotel with private vehicle
  • Lunch on the way 
  • Tims permit check 
  • Tea house check-in 
  • Dinner and overnight at Syabrubesi

  • Wakeup call (optional)
  • Breakfast 
  • Trek to Lama Hotel 
  • Cross the Bhote Kosi (Tibetan River)
  • Follow the riverbank of Langtang River after crossing Bhote Koshi
  • Follow the trails toward the northeast
  • Lunch at Bamboo (1,970m/6,643ft) before ascending to Lama Hotel 
  • Next day’s trek briefing
  • Dinner and overnight at tea house

  • Wake-up call (optional)
  • Breakfast
  • Start to trek
  • Follow the forest trails toward Mundu
  • Enjoy a short break at Ghodatabel  and lunch 
  • Continue further upwards to Mundu
  • Next day’s trek briefing
  • Dinner and overnight at tea house

  • Wake-up call (optional) 
  • Breakfast 
  • Start the trek 
  • Lunch at camp 
  • Next day’s trek briefing 
  • Dinner and overnight at tea house 

  • Wake-up call (optional)
  • Breakfast
  • Start to hike 
  • Pack Lunch for hikers
  • Note: (late wake-up for those who don't want to hike)
  • Explore around Kyanjin
  • Climb Kyanjin Ri (4,850m/15,912ft) - Optional
  • Next day's trek briefing
  • Dinner and overnight at the teahouse

  • Wake-up call (optional)
  • Breakfast
  • Start to trek to Lama Hotel 
  • Lunch at Ghodatabela 
  • Next day’s trek briefing
  • Dinner and stay overnight at a tea house

  • Wakeup call (optional)
  • Breakfast
  • Trek to Syabrubesi 
  • Lunch at camp
  • Dinner and overnight at tea house

  • Wake-up call (optional)
  • Breakfast
  • Pick up by private vehicle and drive back to Kathmandu
  • Lunch on the way
  • Check-in at the hotel 
  • Trek review
  • Overnight at your hotel

  • Check-out
  • Our team will transfer you to the airport approx. 3hrs before departure

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    • All ground transportation as per itinerary
    • 5/4-star Hotel in Kathmandu
    • Tea house/lodge during the trek
    • Breakfast in Kathmandu
    • All meals during the trek
    • Welcome dinner
    • Licensed English-speaking trek guide/leader
    • Guide and porter service during the trek
    • All government and local taxes as per the itinerary
    • All permits as per the itinerary
    • All entry fees as per the itinerary
    • All official expenses as per the itinerary
    • Successful trek certificate
    • 1 basic medical kit per group


    • Meals in Kathmandu
    • Tips for guide

Frequently Asked Questions

With the thousands of travel and trekking agents to choose from in Nepal, why book a holiday with Royal Himalayan Holidays? Well first off, at RHH we take care in organizing any type of tour, trek, or adventure activity in Nepal. Furthermore, we provide a unique service by hiring only local and licensed guides. But the real reason you should book with RHH is, because of that touch of luxury that we provide in Nepal. All of our packages come with an All-Inclusive package, giving you more time to just enjoy your holiday. We provide luxury holidays in the Himalayas!

Booking with RHH has never been easier! Just use our easy-to-use website, select your package for Nepal, Bhutan, or Tibet and click Book Now to fill up your booking form. After receiving your booking form by auto email, our team will contact you back via email, to finalize your booking. It’s that easy! 

Yes, all of our packages are based on luxury trips and can get pricy for the average budget trekker. We do however can change this during your booking should you wish. By lowering the accommodation type and switching to the public instead of private transport you can enjoy trips or treks with RHH without the luxury element. But then again would you sacrifice comfort for the price during a holiday? Enjoy the best of the Himalayas with our luxury packages. 

If you wish to book a budget trip with Royal Himalayan Holidays, you can just make any booking, but a request for a budget trip. Then after receiving your request our team can send you a budget itinerary for that package with a new and lower calculated rate per person. 

Almost all of our trips are family and child friendly. Of course, you’ll need to see a bit yourself, we think it’s logical that you can’t book a hard and strenuous trek while bringing children with you. For family and child-friendly trips or treks, we do recommend any of our tour packages or one of our short treks in Nepal that don’t reach too such high altitudes. 

No, Royal Himalayan Holidays do not have any hidden or additional fees after booking a trip. With us, full transparency is an important part of our customer relations! Hence, all rates are included within your package, of course, these do not include your personal expenses, such as drinks, souvenirs, tips, etc. 

Yes with RHH you have the option to book a non-English guide for your trip. If you would like to have a different language guide during your holiday we do insist on mentioning this during your booking so we have the time to organize, find, check and hire said guide for your trip. There are French, German, Dutch, and Spanish-speaking guides available.   

Royal Himalayan Holidays does take great care of booking your accommodation during your holiday in Nepal. We book only the best available 4 to 5-star category hotel. These hotels are based on All-Inclusive plans and have luxury rooms as well as other facilities available for you to enjoy during your holiday. During treks, accommodation is limited to standard guest or tea houses, but at some overnight locations where there is luxury accommodation available, we plan to stay at those.  

Well, since ATMs don’t exist up high in the mountains we do recommend bringing some additional cash with you, preferably Nepalese Rupees or US Dollars. Calculate a 15 to 25 USD per day in the Himalayas. This way you can use extra facilities in the guesthouses such as WIFI usage. 

Yes, with RHH you have the option to tailor-make or customize an itinerary before booking a holiday. If you want to change a part of your itinerary during your holiday then RHH can organize for you, but at additional cost depending on the changes that have to be made. 

No, international flights are not included in the package rate. With so many flight options nowadays we give you the freedom of choosing the best available flights from and to Nepal yourself. If you do require international flight tickets we can arrange this, but by experience, we found that our customers can get better international flight rates by themselves from their own respective countries. 

So Nepal has 4 seasons. Starting with spring, followed by the monsoon or rainy season going into fall/autumn and ultimately winter. The best times to book a trip or trek in Nepal will either be during spring or fall/autumn. Spring starts in March and ends at the end of May. During this season the winter cold is gone and the skies are clear blue with a few clouds here and there. Perfect for seeing those incredible mountain and valley views! Fall or autumn starts in September and runs until the end of November. This season is extra special in Nepal, not because of the clear skies and comfortable weather, but due to being the festival season. In October the biggest festival takes place in Nepal, namely Dashain and Tihar. To get the best experience in Nepal we do recommend booking either for the spring or fall/autumn seasons.

Almost all guesthouses have WIFI available and phone reception. Do note that this is not high-speed WIFI or perfect reception, you’re still in the remote Himalayas. During the trek, there will be areas with no reception or WIFI, meaning you’ll be completely cut out from the world and surrounded by nature! Exactly what a trek should be.

While tipping is not mandatory in Nepal, due to being a low-income country many of the workers do depend on it as a secondary income. Hence we do ask our travelers to give some gratuities at the end of your trip to your guide or driver. Common tips in Nepal for a service well performed are about 5 to 10USD a day. But once again it is not mandatory.

Yes with RHH you can extend or add extra days on your holiday to enjoy your trip further. We do also provide assistance in VISA extension should it be required as well as helping you choose new and different activities. You can even combine multiple tours or treks with each other, as well as doing additional activities such as hiking, or adventure packages such as rafting or paragliding. 

With Royal Himalayan Holidays you can even hold a special event such as a birthday celebration, company team building, anniversary celebration, marriage proposal and even hold a traditional Nepalese wedding. Do request us during your booking if you want us to organize such an event during your trip to Nepal. 

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