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Kathmandu-Langtang Helicopter Tour

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Kathmandu Langtang Helicopter tour is the opportunity to experience the pristine natural and cultural beauty of the beautiful Langtang valley. Langtang valley which is also known as the ‘valley of a glacier’ is located towards the north of the Kathmandu valley. It is surrounded by snow-capped mountains. From the Helicopter, you can enjoy the panoramic view of the snow-clad mountains like Langtang Lirung, Ganesh (7407m.), Dorje Lapka (6975m.) and many others as well as the beautiful view of the largest glaciers. You also enjoy the astonishing beauty of the Himalayan region from the comfort of the helicopter. From the helicopter you also observe the views of the glaciated passes, Glaciers, quaint village settlements, Valleys, beautiful forest, and panoramic landscapes, etc. You start your Langtang helicopter tour from the domestic section of the Tribhuvan international airport to the Langtang valley. You land at the Langtang valley. Langtang valley is inhabited by the ethnic Sherpa and Tamang community. There you can get insight into the lifestyle and culture of Sherpa and Tamang community. You enjoy the panoramic view of the mountains and the views of the glaciers. You finally return back to Kathmandu.

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February 26, 2020

It was totally amazing to see the city of Kathmandu and the views were totally awesome. Langtang valley totally got my heart. It was truly a scene to behold and cherish for the rest of your life. Thank you Blue Lake team for making this possible.

Hanry Toreto
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