Langtang region is the nearest trekking region from Kathmandu which lies towards the north of Kathmandu valley. Langtang region trekking provides the good combination of the natural and the cultural beauty to the trekkers. In Langtang region there are many trekking destination like Langtang valley, Gosainkunda, Helambu valley, Tamang villages etc. Langtang valley which is also known as the valley of glacier is spectacular valley surrounded by the snow clad mountains culminating in Langtang Lirung. Gosainkunda Lake is the Holy Lake of Both Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims which also offer the fantastic view of the mountains and natures beauty. This lake was, according to the myth, created by the lord Shiva who thrust his trident into the mountain- side and gushed water to form the pool. Langtang region trekking gives you the chance to have the close up view of the mountains like Langtang II (6541m.) Langtang Lirung (7246m.), Gang Chhenpo, Lenpo Gung, Dorje Lakpa (6966m.), Ganesh Himal (7422m.), Mt. Everest (8848m.), Gauri Shankar Himal (7134m.), Manaslu (8156m.), Annapurna (8091m.) etc.
The ethnic group Tamang and Sherpa are the main inhabitants of Langtang region. They have unique culture, tradition and way of life style which is similar to that of the Tibetan people. They follow the Buddhist religion. During the Langtang region trek you get the chance to explore the culture, tradition and lifestyle of the Sherpa and the Tamang people with their warm greeting and hospitality. You visit many Buddhist monasteries where you can interact with the Buddhist monks and the nuns and know their lifestyle. In this region you also visit the Langtang national park which is famous for the rare Red Panda. In the national park you can explore the various types of the flora and fauna and may encounter many rare wild animals like red panda, wild boar, snow leopard etc and birds like buzzards, hoopoes, cuckoos, nightjars, red-billed magpies.
In Langtang region there are distinct types of the trekking trail like cultural trek, Tamang heritage trek, Pilgrimage trek natural trek etc. some of the trekking trail of the Langtang trekking region are Langtang Valley trek, Gosainkunda trek, Gosainkunda pilgrimage Trek, Helambu valley trek, Tamang heritage trek etc. To have the full experience of nature and culture of the Langtang region, the best time to go for trekking is autumn and the spring season.
The Helambu trek is a perfect short trek nearby Kathmandu Valley. Despite being so close to Kathmandu, the Helambu region remains relatively un- spoilt. Besides the hyolmo culture of high mountain people, the company of green rhododendron
Gosaikunda is a very famous holy lake for the Hindus and the Buddhists. Thousands of Hindu pilgrims visit the lake every year during the full- moon festival in August. According to the Hindu mythology, when the God churned the primordial ocean
According to legend, the Langtang valley was discovered by a Lama following runway Yak, hence the name "Lang" is Yak for Tibetan and "Tang" means to follow. Langtang is a narrow valley, that lies just south of Tibet boarder, sandwiched between
Among the many trekking area Ganesh Himal is a attractive place one of them. Due to the easy grade trekking route everyone will be successes to do this trek. Most attraction of the trekking are- Different Community with majority of Tamang,
Tamang Heritage trekking trail is the cultural trek in the Langtang region towards north of the Kathmandu valley which takes you to different villages of the ethnic Tamang people. It is the best trek to explore the Tamang heritage.
Kyanging Gompa Trek is a common and easy trekking in Langtang region at the altitude of 3870m. Trekking in Langtang valley is one of the easiest trekking trail and also the nearest trekking area from Kathmandu. Kyanging Gompa is monastery
Langtang Ganja La Pass trek is the challenging trek in the Langtang region which offers the fantastic mountain vistas, lush valleys, natural scenery, culture of the ethnic groups and the beautiful Helambu valley. In this trek you cross the challenging