Not certain about which trek to go for in Nepal? That’s okay! We have a great deal of alternatives.
Presently, a large portion of the sightseers who come here as of now have their mind set on either the Everest Base Camp trek or Annapurna base camp trek. Yet, you could also go for the Langtang Valley Trek which is just as good a trek as the others.
Tip: It’s important to make sure that you are properly covered with a good travel insurance before you embark on the trek. There are certain travel insurance companies that insure especially for hiking and trekking trips.
Reasons to do the Langtang Valley trek
1. Less packed
The Langtang Valley trek is less packed with different travelers in light of the fact that the greater part of the general population have a tendency to incline toward the Annapurna or Everest trek, as specified prior, for reasons unknown. This means that the trek is much quieter, with fewer irritating humans.
Since this is not an exceptionally prominent trek course, it’s less expensive compared with the other treks. You can go for this trek through travel organizations for around $1,100. On the off chance that you can oversee things all alone, it will cost you even less.
3. It’s simple
On the chance that you take the moderate route, the trek will be simple — easy-peasy-lemon squeezy! You will simply be strolling for around for 5-6 hours for a large portion of the days. This is an immaculate trek for the tenderfoots who need to first get the vibe of trekking in the Himalayas.
4. It’s shorter
The trek is around 7-9 days, starting and ending at Kathmandu. In the event that you have a tight timetable, this will be an incredible trek to get you up near the mountains in less days.
Presently, in the event that you are a frequent trekker, you won’t really have the issue of acclimatization and don’t stroll throughout the day, you can finish this trek in four days. Yes, four days, others have done it, however all alone.
You can follow this Langtang Valley trek itinerary:
- Day 1: Kathmandu-Syafru-Pairo
- Day 2: Pairo-Bamboo-Rimche-Lama Hotel-Riverside-Ghodatabela-Thang syap-Langtang Village
- Day 3: Langtang town Kyanjin Gumba-Pairo
- Day 4: Pairo-Syafru-Kathmandu
Ensure you get to the transport stop as ahead of schedule as possible in the morning, ideally at around 6-7 am, on the days where it’s required to go by transport.
5. Better accommodation
Since this course is not all that well known, you can discover hotels and tea-houses with more and better choices.
6. Better course to trek
On the off chance that you need to walk and prefer to just enjoy nature, this trek is unquestionably for you. You will trek essentially in the wild, not on the streets where vehicles run like in the Annapurna Circuit.
7. Closer to Kathmandu
The first day with around 10 hours of transport ride can be a drag, yet the trek course is entirely near Kathmandu.
8. Pick your own course
If you have time, you can go for longer courses, strolling from Sundarijal to Syabru besi, through Chisapani and Gosaikunda.
If you wake up ahead of schedule, you can climb Kyanjin Ri from Kanjin Gompa to enjoy the sunrise from between the mountains.
You can likewise include Helambu/Gosaikunda to your Langtang Valley trek, which will take 5-6 more days.
This course is fundamentally owned by the Tamang tribe. They are well disposed and friendly. You will be treated well and will get the chance to become quite familiar with the tribe.
If you are interested in Buddhism, you can visit the various Buddhist cloisters that fall on the trail.
This may not be for everybody and unquestionably not for Vegans. Yet, it’s the tenth reason for doing the Langtang Valley trek.
If you are crazy about cheddar, you should go for this trek. There is a Yak Cheese Factory in Kyanjin Gompa. Take some back home as a trinket, though that’s only if you don’t finish it all on your way home.