About Langtang Valley Trek
Langtang valley trekking is one of the popular trekking destinations of Nepal. It is a unique combination of nature and culture. There are several natural attractions of Langtang valley treks such as magnificent views of glaciers, a stunning glimpse of numerous beautiful peaks of Langtang region, verities rare and nonrare flora and fauna, serene lakes, snakes like rivers, colorful rhododendron forests and attractive landscapes. Langtang Valley trek is also one of the rich cultural journeys because on the way to Langtang valley there are several typical Tamang and Sherpa villages where trekkers can learn and experience the culture, traditions, rituals, systems, festivals, and way of life of Tamang and Sherpa ethnic people.
Langtang valley is located near the Tibetan border so Tamang and Sherpa ethnic people of this village follow the Tibetan way of life and religion. Trekkers can know the different aspects of Tibetan lifestyle during Langtang valley trek. Sherpa and Tamang people follow the Buddhist religion so during Langtang valley trek trekkers can see the several colorful monasteries and sacred Gompas with religious rituals of local people.
Langtang valley trek starts from Syabrubesi after 6/7 bus drive from Kathmandu. From Syabrubesi trek reach to Langtang valley via Lama Hotel. During their journey trekkers go through the route of Langtang National park where trekkers can see the beautiful forests of rhododendron and conifer, different species of birds and butterflies, and different species of wild animals such as red panda, wild dog, musk deer, pika, muntjac, Himalayan black bear, Himalayan Thar, Ghoral, Serow, rhesus monkey and common langur. After the excursion in Langtang valley trek descend Syabrubesi via the same route. In short Langtang valley trek offers panoramic views of beautiful Mounts such as Langtang Lirung, Gang Chhenpo, Naya Kangri, Ponggen Doku, Ganesh Himal, Naya Kanga, and Yala peak, glaciers, important Tamang and Sherpa culture, different kind of flora and fauna, colorful monasteries and sacred Gompas