Langtang Valley Trek

Langtang Valley Trek

The Langtang valley trek is a pure blend of natural and cultural richness; witness great scenic landscapes, snow-capped mountains, rhododendron forests along with the great culture and traditions of the Tamang and Sherpa people. It is a short and moderate trek taking not more than a week. Although, adding in a few days for side tours into the valley isn’t a bad idea.
Syabrubesi is the starting point for the trek. It takes an eight hour drive from Kathmandu to reach Syabrubesi. From there we ascend to the Kyanjin Gompa.

One of the highlights of this region of Nepal is the Langtang National Park. The park is home to approximately 4,500 residents with most of them being of the Tamang ethnicity. The park is rich in flora and fauna. The park is filled with oak, maple, pine, and several types of rhododendron. Its home to some of the rarest creatures on the planet like the Himalayan black bear, the Himalayan tahr, rhesus monkeys and red pandas. There have also been stories of Yeti sightings in the area.The park also includes religious and spiritual sights like the Gosainkunda lakes, sacred to Hindus and Kyanjin Gompa, sacred to Buddhists.

The Langtang Valley trek offers great views of Pemthang Ri, Dorje Lakpa, Langtang Lirung, and Kangchenpo. If you are looking for something moderate, quick, and fulfilling, this is it! If you have enough time, the trek can be extended to Gosainkunda Lake.

Makalu Base Camp Trek is a challenging trek to the base camp of Mount Makalu, the world’s fifth highest mountain. Our itinerary is planned to allow for sufficient acclimatization to the altitude and to maximize the efficiency of travel time, providing ample opportunity to explore the Makalu Base Camp. This trail bring travelers to the humid lowlands near Tumlingtar on the Arun River, continuing through one of the least frequented areas of Nepal to Makalu Base Camp. This particular trek showcases a broad spectrum of ecosystems and cultures. In the areas of the trek in lower altitudes, visitors can experience local lifestyles in the Rai villages and, at higher altitudes, Sherpa villages.

Trekkers will cross Shipton La at an elevation of 4216 m and cross into the remote and beautiful Barun river valley before their arrival at Makalu Base Camp. Along the trail, visitors will experience superb views of the south face of Makalu as well as Everest, Lhotse, Chamlang and Kanchenjunga.

Trekkers who are interesting an “authentic” trekking experience in Nepal, Makalu Base Camp Trekking  particular route is highly recommended.  The best time for this trek include March to June and October to November.  Contact us Today NO.1. Trekking Service Provider Company in Nepal Himalayan Trekking . !

The Gokyo Lake to Everest Base Camp trek is a popular trek in the Everest region of Nepal. This trek holds breathtaking landscapes, cultural encounters, and great personal conquests. It starts from Lukla and follows the Dudh Koshi River valley to the Gokyo Lakes. From Gokyo, the trail ascends to Cho La Pass (5420m) and descends to Thukla and Lobuche before reaching the Everest Base Camp.  Along the way, you will get spectacular views of Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Makalu and other great peaks.

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The Gokyo Lake to Everest Base Camp Trek: A Unique Perspective

While the conventional route to Everest Base Camp is undoubtedly popular, the Gokyo Lake to Everest Base Camp trek offers a unique and less crowded alternative. This route takes you through the charming Gokyo Valley, where you will encounter a series of stunning glacial lakes nestled amidst towering peaks. Here are some key aspects that make this trail is truly special:

  1. Majestic Gokyo Lakes: As you ascend through the Gokyo Valley, you will come across a series of mesmerizing lakes. The turquoise waters of these lakes, mirroring snow-capped peaks, create a visual spectacle like none other. The main lakes—Gokyo Cho, Gokyo Tsho, and Thonak Cho—are considered sacred by the Sherpa people and are the highlights of this Gokyo Lake to Everest Base Camp trek. 
  2. Cho La Pass:  The Gokyo Lake to Everest Base Camp trek also includes crossing the challenging Cho La Pass. This is a high-altitude pass. It is located at an elevation of 5,420 meters (17,782 feet). Thus, it requires stamina, determination, and proper acclimatization. 
  3. Less Crowded, More Authentic: While the conventional route to Everest Base Camp attracts a large number of trekkers, the Gokyo Lake to Everest Base Camp trek route offers a more serene experience. The trails are less crowded. 
  4. Explore the Majestic Landscapes: Walk through landscapes that will leave you speechless. Adore the rolling hills, dense forests, and breathtaking mountain vistas. This will all seem like straight out of a dream.
  5. Connect with Sherpa Culture: Get to understand the Sherpa culture. Share stories with warm locals, learn about their traditions, and experience their incredible hospitality. Also, get to understand ways of life in such remote places on earth. 
  6. Step into History at Everest Base Camp: Stand where legends have stood. Everest Base Camp isn’t just a spot; it’s a doorway to history. It is a dream of countless adventurers who’ve come before you and also, who has yet to feel this Gokyo Lake to Everest Base Camp trek adventure- or have it on their bucket list. 
  7. Witness Sunrise Magic at Kala Patthar: Rise early, feel the chill in the air, and then watch the first rays of sunlight paint the Everest peak with hues you never thought possible. The mountain will be at its best!

This is more than a trail; it’s a chance to experience the Everest region. Create a profound sense of connection with nature, people, and Nepal in The Gokyo Lake to Everest Base Camp trek this season!

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Best Time for Gokyo Lake to Everest Base Camp Trek:

The ideal times for Gokyo Lake to Everest Base Camp trek are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). They offer clear skies, moderate temperatures, and stable weather conditions. Hence, trekkers feel good without any hindrances.

How Difficult is the Gokyo Lake to Everest Base Camp Trek?

The Gokyo Lake to Everest Base Camp trek is classified as a challenging. It has  high-altitude passes, steep ascents, and yes, some unpredictable weather conditions. It is recommended for trekkers who possess good fitness levels and previous high-altitude trekking experience.

Conclusion: A Trek of a Lifetime

The Gokyo Lake to Everest Base Camp trek is an incredible adventure that will leave you mesmerized. As you explore the stunning Gokyo Valley, conquer the tough Cho La Pass, and finally reach Everest Base Camp, you will feel a sense of wonder and amazement at the majestic Himalayas. This trail not only pushes your physical limits but also gives you a chance to reflect on yourself and connect with the natural world around you.



The Kanchenjunga base camp trek promises to give trekkers the adventure and thrill they seek. It easily leaves a permanent mark on the memories of the travelers who’ve had the chance to explore this remote and beautiful region of the world. Along with amazing views of the mountains and the wilderness, trekkers also have the opportunity to explore the traditional culture of the peoples of Eastern Nepal.
This is a circuit trek and involves a visit to the Pathibhara temple, an important religious site for Hindus, at Tapalejung. The trail leads towards the north to Ghumsa and then up towards to the Kanchenjunga Base Camp (5143 m). Next, the trail moves further towards the east through two passes and carries on till the Yalung Base Camp (4500 m). The trail then leads you back south towards Taplejung.
The trek takes you through a remarkable high alpine landscape. Trekkers get to witness deep gorges, magnificent rivers and the lovely experience of crossing high passes. As the trek passes through Kanchenjunga Conservation Area trekkers have the chance to spot the rare snow leopard and other endangered animals like the musk deer, the red panda and the blue sheep. Furthermore, this is also an opportunity to witness some of the most beautiful peaks in the world in all their glory such as the Taple Shikhar, The Twin Mountains, Pyramid Peak and Tent Peak. Trekkers also get to see a rare view of Mt. Kumbhakarna only offered by this trek.
Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek  through Alpine woodlands, pristine forests, the splendid Rhododendron forests, abundant wildlife, demanding high Mountain passes, beautiful alpine landscapes, the hospitality, culture and traditions of the people, temples and monasteries are the many highlights of this trek that make this one of the best treks in Nepal.

The Manaslu and Tsum Valley Trek offers a chance to trek around Mt. Manaslu while exploring the beauty of the Tsum Valley. Trekking around these regions have been opened recently, therefore these areas are some of the hidden gems of Nepal.
The Tsum valley is in the north of Kathmandu. The people of the region follow identical Tibetan Buddhism and Tibetan culture. In the Tibetan language “Tsum” means vivid. As the name goes valley is pure, pristine and holy. The legendary valley is home to ancient art and culture. The trails to Tsum are scattered with brilliant Chortens and lined with Mani walls made of thousands of stone slabs adorned with paintings of deities and inscribed with holy prayers.
Those that have explored the region that trekking around Manaslu reminds them of the Annapurna Circuit, but the region nevertheless is much more distinctive and less explored. This trail takes visitors through spectacular natural landscapes and culturally rich local people.
The trek is recommended for those seeking a physically challenging trip in the Nepalese Himalayas mixed with a chance to explore the treasures of the Tsum Valley.

Manaslu Circuit Trek is one of the most captivating adventurous treks in Nepal. This thrilling journey wraps around the majestic Manaslu peak, revealing the heart of Nepal’s beauty. Over the course of 18 days, you will be immersed in a perfect blend of amazing natural vistas, uncharted landscapes, and enriching cultural encounters. With a legacy of more than 2 decades as a premier trekking company, we, Himalayan Trekking extend our warm invitation for you to delve into the wonders of the Manaslu region alongside us. 

The Best Time for the Manaslu Circuit Trek:

The best seasons for the Manaslu Circuit Trek are undoubtedly spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). These months offer perfect, stable weather conditions and, of course, clear skies. Additionally, the pleasant temperatures ensure an unforgettable trekking experience.

Difficulty Level of the Manaslu Circuit Trek:

The Manaslu Circuit Trek is considered a moderate-to-challenging trek. The trek involves high-altitude trekking, steep ascents and descents, and crossing the Larkya La Pass. Adequate preparation and acclimatization are essential for a successful and enjoyable trek.

Trek Permits for Manaslu Circuit Trek:

1. Manaslu Restricted Area Permit

The cost of the Manaslu Restricted Area Permit (RAP) depends on how long you’ll be staying between Jagat and Dharapani. The cost of the Manaslu Restricted Area Permit (RAP) also varies depending on the time of year. For the months of September to November, the fee is $100 per person for the initial 7 days, with an additional charge of $15 per person for each subsequent day. From December to August, the cost is $75 per person for the first week, and an extra $10 per person for each day thereafter.

2. Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP)

Similar to the MCAP requirement, obtaining an ACAP is essential when embarking on the Manaslu Trek. The ACAP, or Annapurna Conservation Area Permit, grants you access to the stunning Annapurna Conservation Area through which the journey takes you. This permit holds significance as the expedition traverses a protected site. It is mandatory to present the ACAP at Dharapani, a requirement that remains valid until Besishar. The cost of this permit remains consistent for everyone.

For SAARC Nationals, the ACAP fee amounts to 10 USD, which translates to NPR 1000 per individual. On the other hand, for Non-SAARC nationals, the ACAP fee is set at 30 USD, equivalent to NPR 3000 per person.

3. Manaslu Conservation Area Permit (MCAP)

You need this Manaslu trek permit to start from Philim, the beginning of the Manaslu Conservation Area. The cost remains constant at $30 per person for the whole year. Plus, no matter how many days you spend within MCAP, the price doesn’t change, and there are no restrictions.

You will get the Manaslu Restricted Permit from us, Himalayan Trekking Pvt. Ltd., in Nepal. The other two permits can be obtained from the Nepal Tourism Board in Kathmandu or their office in Pokhara. 


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