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best trekking for age of late 60's!!!

About 100Km then another 50km Bumpy road after your trekking point is start. along the taman... read more

Reviewed 11 August 2018
Trekkingagency
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Kathmandu, Nepal
never seen anything so beautiful in my life ...

I walked two weeks between these beautiful mountains. we slept with the locals in guesthouses. the... read more

Reviewed 7 August 2018
Regina B
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Zandvoort, The Netherlands
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Reviewed 11 August 2018

About 100Km then another 50km Bumpy road after your trekking point is start. along the taman heritage trail and up the Kyangjing Gompa, you need time about 15 days. you could make shorter and you could make your trekking trip longer. not so hard and...More

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Reviewed 7 August 2018

I walked two weeks between these beautiful mountains. we slept with the locals in guesthouses. the hikes were pretty heavy, but we took long breaks so we could recover. We were with a guide and carry and I would recommend it to anyone. The population...More

1  Thank Regina B
Reviewed 20 July 2018

The various ways to reach Langtang Valley are by hiking for few more days(worth it!), probably by helicopter as well. Using land transport is pretty challenging as the off roads being highly risky. For those who can hike 5-6 hrs a day, one can get...More

3  Thank asmtreks
Reviewed 17 May 2018

The beautiful valley of langtang is situated at Rasuwa District which is around 150 km away from Kathamandu . this valley offers a huge range of Himalaya including different mountain ranges from Tibet.there are different ways to reach there by bus, by jeep including walk...More

2  Thank SajanFG
Reviewed 22 April 2018

My daughter and I did Langtang – Gosainkunda trek in March 2018. Alex from Silver Home Hotel in Kathmandu found for us guide Siri Pokhrel. Siri is the best possible man for that job. He’s kind, friendful, patient, communicative and helpful. He even helped in...More

2  Thank Miro M
Reviewed 31 March 2018

Nice Valley people and jungle, guesthouse are essential, you must adapt. The valley is big and long to walk if you arrive over 4000 the view start to be at the top...before is a great valley!

Thank Manfred B
Reviewed 7 February 2018

I have done the Gosaikunda,Chilime-Tato Pani and Kyanjin Gompa Trek. It was in different timings. Amazing place to trek for nature lovers.

Thank mud h
Reviewed 1 November 2017 via mobile

Memorable trekking. We went with Jeep from Kathmandu for 8 hours to Suyabesy. There we stayed at Buddha's Guest House Next day we started our 8 days Langtang valley trekking to langtang village and kyanchin gompa and kyanchin riz. Amazing trekking with breathtaking views.

Thank Karin O
Reviewed 23 October 2017

Just back from a fabulous 11 days Treking in The Langtang Valley, everything was perfect. We hired a local guide and porter and enjoyed learning about the area. We started from Syabrubesi and took the high path, amazing scenery along the way. All the Tea...More

1  Thank fjjjjtjd
Reviewed 28 May 2017

Langtang is a beautiful valley, relatively easy trekking, lots of tea houses, fantastic flora and fauna. The area was severely hit by the Earthquake in April 2015 but the paths are fixed, rebuilding is going ahead rapidly. The area need your tourist dollars to prosper...More

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the easiest way to book is probably arriving to kathmandu a few days before and pick an agency here. online booking will most likely be more expensive. you also dont need a guide for the trekk, a map is enough in which case... More
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