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    Langtang Valley Trek: 10-Days Adventure

    5.00/5 from 8 reviews

    Explore the Langtang Valley Trek, a short trek unveiling Tamang heritage, granting a 360° Himalayan View, ideal for a quick adventure for trekking in Nepal.

    At a Glance

    • Destination
    • Durations
      10 days
    • Trip Difficulty
      Easy to Moderate
    • Activities
    • Accommodation
    • Meals
    • Max.altitude
    • Group Size
      Min. 1 Pax
    • Best Time
      March-May & Sept-Dec

    Trip Overview

    Langtang Valley Trek is the best destination for those seeking a trekking adventure and an easy climb. It provides everything, including remote trail exploration, cultural immersion, a Himalayan trekking experience, and a mesmerizing view of the Himalayas.

    Taking a drive towards Nepal's first National Park, the Langtang Valley trek follows a trail within Langtang National Park. This trek emphasizes the journey’s importance over the destination. Ascending steeply, tracing the sounds of Langtang River's gorge, it reaches an elevation of 3,860 m in Kyanjin Valley. Surrounded by snow-covered peaks and a flowing river, Kyanjin Gompa is believed to have a history dating back six centuries. Similarly, the gompa was constructed on a rock resembling camel rib. Hence the name “Kyanjin” comes, where "Kyan" means "camel" and "jin" means "ribs." The initial camping trek in this historical area began around 60 years ago. Which later led to the establishment of the first tea house around 1981. The journey doesn't conclude there. To attain greater heights in this trek, a significant highlight is the ascent to Tsergo Ri at 5,050 m. Tsergo Ri is the highest point while trekking in Langtang offering a 360° view of mountain peaks.

    On the other hand, the classical Langtang National Park Trek is renowned as one of Nepal's top short trekking destinations. Here's why, it stands about 7 to 8 hours drive from the capital city, Kathmandu. The drive traces the Trishuli River through the middle of the Trishuli Valley. After navigating several uphill stretches, the vehicle stops at the national park entry point. Notably, Langtang National Park is celebrated for its preservation efforts, particularly for the Red Panda and various other inhabitants. At this checkpoint, government workers meticulously inspect trekking bags and equipment to ensure environmental safety. Subsequently, you are dropped off at Syabrubesi, and within just three days of walking, you reach your destination, Kyanjin Gompa.

    This journey allows you to witness a tragic yet resilient event in this naturally enriched place. Hence, the devastating 2015 earthquake caused an avalanche that swept away the entire Langtang Valley. Despite the tragedy, the rebuilt valley is slightly apart from the original site. Which now stands as a testament to the community's unwavering faith and resilience.

    Major Highlights of the Langtang Valley Trek

    • Scenic Trail in Langtang National Park: It takes you through Langtang National Park, offering a scenic trail including the park's diverse and stunning landscapes.
    • Historical Kyanjin Gompa: Kyanjin Gompa, at 3,860 m, holds a 6 century-old history, surrounded by snow-covered peaks, providing a unique cultural and natural experience.
    • Tsergo Ri Ascent: Climbing Tsergo Ri at 5,050 m rewards with panoramic view of mountain peaks, providing you with a sense of accomplishment.
    • Wildlife Preservation & Sightings: Langtang National Park, renowned for its conservation efforts, sheltering the Red Panda, Gray Langur, Himalayan Tahr, Tibetan Snowcock. Providing a unique opportunity for wildlife enthusiasts.
    • Resilience After Earthquake: The trek allows you to witness the resilience of the community after the devastating 2015 earthquake.
    • Cultural and Historical Significance: The trek embraces cultural and historical elements, immersing in Tamang lifestyle and symbolic construction of Kyanjin Gompa on a rock.
    • Swiss-Inspired Yak Cheese Factory: Explore Kyanjin Gompa's yak cheese factory founded by a Swiss dairy specialist, blending Swiss expertise with Himalayan culture.
    • Emphasis on Journey: This trek highlights the significance of the journey itself, encouraging trekkers to appreciate the experiences and surroundings.
    • Proximity to Kathmandu: The classical Langtang National Park Trek, is a premier short trek, is conveniently 7 to 8 hours' drive from Kathmandu.
    • Trishuli River Scenic Drive: The journey involves a picturesque drive along the Trishuli River, adding an element of natural beauty to the adventure.

    Journey from Kathmandu to Langtang Valley Trek

    Your Himalayan Trekking Langtang begins the moment you land at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu (KTM), Nepal. If you arrive during the day, you'll witness why Nepal is known as the land of the Himalayas. Additionally, one of our Nepal Hiking Team members will be there to welcome you and transfer you to the hotel.

    The next day, our Langtang Trek Nepal commences as we take a 7 to 8-hour bus or jeep ride from Kathmandu. It stops at Syabru Besi (1,462 m), a well-known transit for International Treks towards Kailash. This picturesque village, with the tranquil sounds of the Trishuli River and bird humming, is our overnight destination.

    Awakening to nature's melodies, the Langtang National Park Trek begins with a Nepal Hiking Team Trekking Guide. Traversing the Trishuli River, our destination for the day is Lama Hotel (2,500 m). It is a government-operated tea houses area within the National Park, nestled at the riverbank of Langtang River.

    Langtang National Park Trek is best preferred with an experienced guide.Today our overnight stop is at Mundu before reaching Kyanjin Gompa. The journey from lama hotel to mundu involves both uphill and downhill climb through the dense forest of the park. Crossing the devastating sight of the old Langtang marks a transition into the exploration of the new Langtang Valley. Mundu (3,543 m) is about 30 to 40 min walk from here.

    Continuing from Mundu over the final destination to Kyanjin Gompa is about a 3 to 4 hours trek. This consists of off beaten trails with somewhat uphill climb. After crossing over the Laja Khola river Suspension Bridge we reach the Kyanjin Gompa. You'll be rewarded by the majestic views of the Langtang Lirung with numerous mountain Peaks making everything truly worthwhile.

    The following day brings an early morning hike to Tsergo Ri (5,050 m) about 7 hours or you can alternatively choose Kyangjin Ri, a 4-hour hike. Both options offer majestic Himalayan views, but Tsergo Ri is considered the superior spot. Celebrating the victory at the top, we relish the view, revel in the achievement, and then head back.

    Similarly, retracing our trail from the next day, now we’ll begin our journey homewards. Staying overnight at Lama Hotel once again, followed by another night at Syabrubesi. We then take a bus or jeep the next day towards Kathmandu. Consequently, your Langtang Trek Nepal journey concludes the following day marking your flight back home. Bidding you a safe journey, we hope to see you again next time.


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    Cost Includes

    • Airport pickup and drop-off by private car.
    • Two nights' accommodation with breakfast at a 3-star category hotel in Kathmandu.
    • Transfer between Kathmandu – Sybrubensi - Kathmandu by public bus.
    • Three daily meals with tea/coffee (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during the trek.
    • Best available twin-sharing lodge for accommodation during the trek.
    • Snacks of seasonal fruits during the trek.
    • Services of one highly experienced, helpful, and friendly guide; porters (1 porter for two trekkers) including their food, accommodation, salary, and equipment; accident insurance for all staff.
    • Use of down jacket and sleeping bag while trekking.
    • Duffle bag for trekking.
    • Nepal Hiking Team T-shirt, trekking map, and trip achievement certificate.
    • First aid medicine kit.
    • Langtang National Park Permit fee.
    • Government taxes & office service charge.

    Cost Excludes

    • Lunch and dinner while in Kathmandu.
    • Transportation by private vehicle to/from Syabrubensi incurs an additional cost of USD 280.00 for the round trips.
    • Travel insurance.
    • International airfare
    • Nepal entry visa fee
    • All kinds of cold drinks during the trek.
    • Hot showers during the trek.
    • Personal trekking equipment.
    • Wi-Fi/Internet access during the trek.
    • Tips for trekking staff and drivers.

    Cost and Date

    Start Dates refer to your arrival date in Nepal. End Dates correspond to your return date from Nepal.

    The Langtang Valley Trek: 10-Days Adventure set departure dates are tailored for the group joining option. If the -days Langtang Valley Trek: 10-Days Adventure departure dates don't fit your schedule, we can include alternative dates that better suit your needs.

    February, 2024

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      Good to Know

      Arrival and Departure

      You can enter the capital city of Kathmandu either by air or by road. Most major Asian cities and Gulf countries are connected to Kathmandu by air. Additionally, you can also enter Nepal via the Indo-Nepal and Nepal-China entry points.

      Upon arrival in Nepal, our representative will be there to greet you at the international airport or vehicle stop in Kathmandu. They will then drive you to your hotel and assist you with the check-in process. Similarly, at the conclusion of your trip, our representative from Nepal Hiking Team will ensure your transportation to the airport or departure point from the hotel.

      Best time for the Langtang Valley Trek

      You can trek the Langtang Valley throughout the year. However, the best seasons to plan a Langtang Trek are spring (March-May) and autumn (September-November). During these seasons, the weather generally stays stable, with temperatures neither too hot nor too cold.

      Spring (March, April, May)

      Spring in Nepal is the busiest season for trekking. Despite occasional drizzles or light showers, the weather remains mostly pleasant during this time. Daytime temperatures typically range between 10-20°C (50-68°F), while nighttime temperatures can drop to 0-5°C (32-41°F). The trekking trails are bustling with activity, but the stunning crystal clear views of the mountains, lush greenery forest and the vibrant wildflowers and orchids along the trails provide a picturesque backdrop of your journey. In short, trekking in spring is a feast for the eyes. The perfect blend of pleasant weather, stable conditions, and colorful trails adorned with fresh flora is truly mesmerizing. Trekkers are also welcomed with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountain ranges, including the majestic Langtang Lirung, Gang Chhenpo, and Dorje Lakpa peaks.

      Autumn (September, October, November)

      Autumn, on the other hand, is also the most popular season for trekking in Nepal, including the Langtang Valley Trek. During this time of the year, you'll encounter crystal-clear skies and views resembling a mesmerizing canvas, adorned with vibrant hues embraced by the crisp air. The only slight inconvenience you might encounter is that it's also the busiest time of the year for trekking. In Autumn, temperatures range from 10-20°C (50-68°F) during the day and can drop to 0-5°C (32-41°F) at night. Another plus point of trekking in autumn is that this season coincides with festive times in Nepal, such as the biggest festival, Dashain, and the festival of lights called "Tihar." So, you'll have plenty of opportunities for cultural exploration as well.

      Summer (June, July, August)

      Trekking to the Langtang region in summer, on the other hand, is the perfect time of year for those who want to avoid crowds/traffic on the trails. However, you need to be cautious because during summer, there are high chances of monsoon rain. During the monsoon, the trails become quite gloomy, and sometimes the chances of seeing the mountains are significantly reduced. Additionally, while trekking during this period, you also need to be careful and alert as the trails tend to be muddy, slippery, and gloomy, increasing the chances of leech bites. During the monsoon period, temperatures typically span from 15-25°C (59-77°F) during the day and 5-10°C (41-50°F) at night. Despite the difficulties, this time of year presents abundant greenery, lively scenery, and reduced numbers of people. Make sure to carry appropriate monsoon gear such as waterproof jackets, pants, and hiking boots, as well as quick-drying clothes, rain covers for backpacks, and insect repellent. Additionally, pack a sturdy umbrella or a poncho to shield yourself from the rain, and consider bringing waterproof bags to protect your belongings.

      Winter (December, January, February)

      During the winter season, heavy snowfall and extreme cold temperatures prevail in the mountains. Hiking during this period is perfect for those who wish to avoid trail traffic. Winter, being the off-season, sees minimal trail activity. However, heavy snowfall and extreme cold often lead to the closure of many tea houses as owners relocate to lower elevations. Nonetheless, early winter presents an ideal opportunity to trek to Langtang if you can tolerate the cold. During this time, trail crowds are minimal, and teahouses remain largely empty. Temperatures range from 0-10°C (32-50°F) during the day and drop to -10 to -20°C (14 to -4°F) at night. Snowfall is common, especially at higher elevations, adding to the trek's challenge. Despite this, winter presents tranquil landscapes adorned with snow-capped peaks, and pristine skies. Remember to pack your winter gear like down jackets, thermal layers, fleece-lined pants, waterproof and insulated boots, woolen socks, gloves, hats, and scarves etc.

      Trekking Permits

      To trek in the Langtang Region, you'll need two permits:

      • TIMS Card: Obtainable from the tourism office in Kathmandu by filling out a form and paying a fee.
      • Langtang National Park Entry Permit: Available at the entrance of Langtang National Park.

      To get these permits, please kindly provide a copy of your passport, travel insurance details, emergency contacts (both local and home country), itinerary, and entry/exit points.

      When booking your trek with us, we'll handle the permit arrangements for you.

      Private or Group Tours

      We organize both private group and group departure treks.

      Private group tours are ideal for flexibility and pacing, allowing trekkers to set their own schedule without adhering strictly to an itinerary. These groups comprise individuals from your own circle, such as family, friends, or acquaintances.

      Group departures, on the other hand, bring together people from various countries and backgrounds. The larger the group, the lower the individual cost. Solo trekkers seeking cost savings can join these groups. While it's an opportunity to meet new people and form friendships, participants must follow the set itinerary and pace of the group. Unlike private tours, there's limited freedom to modify the itinerary or trek at your preferred pace.

      Note: We highly recommend forming a private group of two or more individuals for a richer and more personalized trekking experience.

      A Solo Langtang Valley Trek

      For solo trekkers embarking on the Langtang Valley Trek, we offer the support of a guide and a porter to ensure your safety and well-being. Our guides are reliable, honest, and committed to providing a secure experience, particularly for female solo trekkers.

      Additionally, solo trekkers have the option to join a group, which reduces trip costs and provides an opportunity to connect with fellow adventurers.

      Transportation by land to/from Kathmandu

      You will be driven in a Public bus from Kathmandu to the trailhead at Syabrubesi and back. The drive through a pitched road and some gravelly sections last for about 8-9 hours. The highway weaves past lush green hills, terraced fields, villages, waterfalls, and rivers.

      You'll be transported by public bus from Kathmandu to the trailhead in Syabrubesi and back, with the journey lasting around 8-9 hours. The route passes through a mix of paved and gravel roads, offering views of lush hills, terraced fields, villages, waterfalls, and rivers.

      Alternatively, you can opt for a private jeep service at an extra cost of USD 280 for the round trip, accommodating up to 5-6 people.

      Meals During the Langtang Valley Trek

      In Kathmandu, breakfast is complimentary and served as a buffet at your hotel. However, lunch and dinner are not included, and arrangements need to be made on your own.

      While trekking, all meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) are included in the package. Breakfast options typically consist of porridge, oats, eggs, hash browns, Tibetan bread, etc. For lunch and dinner, you can choose from traditional Nepali dishes like dal-bhat, momo, thukpa, or opt for Western options such as macaroni, pizza, sandwiches, burgers, or pasta. However, it is highly recommended to have the traditional Nepali meal "dal bhat" for both lunch and dinner. Since you'll be trekking for several days, dal bhat provides the essential energy your body needs.

      Fresh meat is rarely available on the trail, so it's advisable to stick to meals prepared with fresh ingredients. Vegans will find plenty of options as most teahouses serve organic vegetables from their kitchen gardens. However, choices may be limited for those with gluten sensitivity, so it's recommended to bring your own snacks.

      Seasonal fruits are provided after dinner in the evening as a refreshing treat.

      Drinking Water

      Teahouses typically charge a fee for filtered and boiled drinking water. While mineral water bottles are available, they can be costly due to transportation expenses in the mountains.

      To save costs and reduce waste, you can carry a reusable water bottle and refill it with drinking water either at teahouses or from natural water sources along the trail. Utilizing a water purifier like Lifestraw or Steripen can help filter water for safe consumption. Alternatively, chlorine tablets can be used, although they may impart a slight taste and smell. Opting for spring water is a cost-effective alternative.

      Accommodation During the Langtang Valley Trek

      During your stay in Kathmandu, you'll be accommodated in a comfortable 3-star hotel located in the bustling tourist hub of Thamel. Your room will feature an en suite bathroom and a cozy bed. Conveniently situated nearby are shops, restaurants, currency exchange centers, and banks.

      While trekking in the Langtang Valley, you'll lodge in teahouses managed by locals. Most tea houses along the route offer rooms with attached bathrooms, except for Lama Hotel.

      Accommodations for other Langtang treks typically consist of tea houses with shared toilets and bathroom facilities, although your room remains private.

      Teahouse rooms are not insulated and can get chilly at night. You can layer your sleeping bag with a quilt or blanket provided by the teahouse for added warmth. Each room typically includes two beds, a bedside table, and essential bedding such as a mattress, pillow, and blanket.

      Acclimatization and Altitude Sickness

      Trekking in the Langtang Region carries minimal risk of AMS (acute mountain sickness) compared to the Everest and Annapurna regions. With elevations generally not exceeding 4000 meters, trekkers here rarely experience altitude sickness.

      Despite the lower risk, we prioritize your safety and adhere to all safety protocols. Our itineraries are designed to allow ample time for acclimatization to the mountain air. Our experienced guides tailor the trekking pace to match your speed and stamina.

      To prevent dehydration and ensure your well-being, it's essential to drink plenty of water and hot fluids throughout the trek. Follow your guide's instructions closely and trust their expertise in navigating the mountains safely.

      Trip Safety on your Langtang Valley Trek

      During the trek, you'll be accompanied by one of our experienced guides who has led numerous groups on these trails and has established relationships with teahouse owners along the route. In the event of an emergency, our guide will be well-equipped to handle the situation and make informed decisions.

      Your guide will regularly monitor your blood oxygen levels using an oximeter to detect any signs of mountain sickness. Additionally, they will carry a first aid kit for immediate medical attention if needed. If anyone experiences symptoms of AMS, such as headache or nausea, they will be administered Diamox and guided to a lower elevation for recovery.

      In the rare case that the condition worsens and does not improve with descent, our team will initiate a rescue operation. This may involve arranging for an air ambulance to airlift the affected individual to a hospital in Kathmandu for further medical assistance. Your safety and well-being are our top priorities throughout the trek.

      Internet During the Langtang Trek

      Although Internet connectivity in the Langtang Region is available, it may not be as reliable as in urban areas. At times, you may experience connection issues or complete lack of internet access. To stay connected, you can opt for a local SIM card from providers like Ncell or Namaste, which offer internet data packs.

      Teahouses along the trail typically offer Wi-Fi hotspots for a fee, ranging from NPR 200 to 400 per device. However, at higher elevations, the cost may be higher due to the remoteness of the area. It's important to note that between Lama Hotel and certain areas, finding a network may be challenging.

      Furthermore, mobile phone reception can be inconsistent throughout the trek, with network problems encountered in many places. It's advisable to be prepared for limited connectivity and plan accordingly for communication needs during your trek.

      Electricity on the trek

      Electricity is accessible at all tea houses along the trekking route, allowing you to recharge your phones, cameras, and other devices for a fee. Typically, the cost for charging a single device is around NPR 150. However, during peak seasons, finding available charging ports may be challenging due to the higher number of trekkers.

      To ensure an uninterrupted power supply for your gadgets, we suggest carrying a high-capacity power bank or a portable charger. This will provide you with additional backup power during times when charging facilities are limited or unavailable.

      Hot Shower During the Langtang Valley Trek

      Most lodgings along the Langtang Valley trail offer hot showers, though some may charge an additional fee. Typically, teahouse proprietors provide access to hot water for showers, although bathrooms may not have showerheads. Additionally, bathrooms along the trail are typically Western-style.

      While teahouses generally provide water for cleaning, it's advisable to bring your own toilet paper.

      Money for the Langtang Trek

      Most lodgings along the Langtang Valley trail offer hot showers, though some may charge an additional fee. Typically, teahouse proprietors provide access to hot water for showers, although bathrooms may not have showerheads. Additionally, bathrooms along the trail are typically Western-style.

      While tea houses generally provide water for cleaning, it's advisable to bring your own toilet paper.

      In Kathmandu, you can easily exchange currency at numerous bureaus or withdraw cash from ATMs using a debit card issued by Visa, Maestro, American Express, Mastercard, or Diners Club. ATMs typically have daily withdrawal limits ranging from NPR 30,000 to NPR 50,000.

      During the trek, you'll need local currency to purchase items like water, snacks, hot showers, internet access, recharges, and tips. It's recommended to budget around 2,500 Nepali Rupees (NRS) per day per person for mountain expenses.

      At the end of the journey, tipping is expected by both the porters and the guide. You can tip them with any amount depending on your level of satisfaction with their service.

      Trekking Crew

      Nepal Hiking Team employs local guides and other field staff who are trained and have the required licenses. Our guides have completed their training and received their mountain guide license from TAAN (Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal) and NATHM (Nepal Academy of Tourism and Hotel Management). They have more than ten years of trekking experience and have guided several groups along the Langtang trails. They have vast knowledge of Tamang culture and traditions and the flora and fauna that exist in the region. Our guides are good communicators with average English-speaking skills. They have received training in first aid and wilderness survival.

      We take care of our porters and ensure that their load does not exceed the permissible weight limit. We pay them fair wages and actively work for their welfare (sponsoring their training, education of their kids, etc.).

      Our travel consultants are available for support anytime in case you need some help or have a query that needs to be answered. You can contact us any time of the day. Our consultants will be there to respond to your calls or your emails.

      Travel Insurance for the Langtang Valley Trek

      It is essential to have suitable insurance coverage for trekking in Nepal, which should include expenses for high altitude rescue and evacuation services, hospital costs, lost baggage, canceled flights, accidents, and injuries. You can purchase insurance online from various providers. Here are some examples based on our experiences:

      USA and Canada: Tugo, United Health Care, World Nomad, Blue Cross

      Australia and New Zealand: Fast Cover, Allianz Australia

      Singapore: Ergo, World Nomad (Explore plan level 3)

      Europe: Europe Assistance, Austrian Alpine Club, Allianz Europe

      India: ICICI Lombard

      Ensure that the policy covers trekking up to 5000 meters. Since policies and coverage can vary, it's advisable to contact these insurers directly to inquire about their offerings before making a purchase.

      Trip Extension

      For those who book a private trip, there's an option to extend the trek and explore additional places in Langtang, as well as take other tours after completing the trek. Additionally, if you wish to extend your trip beyond the trek, we offer a variety of tour packages to suit your interests. Our options include day tours, Nepal Tours, Helicopter Tours, Short Hiking Tours, Wildlife Tours, and more on our website. Whatever your preference, we have an array of options to add extra excitement and exploration to your journey.

      Responsible Travel

      For those who book a private trip, there's an option to extend the trek and explore additional places in Langtang, as well as take other tours after completing the trek.

      At Nepal Hiking Team, we prioritize responsible travel practices. We strive to organize our trips in a sustainable manner by supporting local businesses and service providers, who are vital to the local economy. Our efforts aim to bolster the local economy by directing our resources towards locally funded ventures.

      During the trek, we patronize local teahouses operated by village communities or local families. Additionally, we prioritize environmentally friendly and safe choices throughout our journey. We minimize the use of plastic and prioritize reuse and recycling of materials. We actively encourage our clients to refrain from littering while trekking.

      As a member of KEEP (Kathmandu Environmental Education Project), our team participates in workshops and cleanliness drives, contributing to environmental education and conservation efforts.

      How to Book the Trek?

      To book your trip, please contact us via email or WhatsApp at +977 9851058678 (Ganga). Upon booking, we will require you to complete our online reservation form. You can access the application by clicking here.

      Additionally, a 20% down payment of the total amount is required in advance. The remaining balance can be settled upon your arrival in Kathmandu. Payment can be made using either a Credit Card or a SWIFT/Wire Transfer. Once we receive your booking application, you will receive an email with payment details. Thank you for choosing the Nepal Hiking Team. We look forward to providing you with an unforgettable experience.

      Why choose Nepal Hiking Team?

      Nepal Hiking Team has established itself as a trustworthy and innovative trekking agency since its inception in 2009. Our dedication to excellence has been recognized by TripAdvisor, the world's largest independent travel platform, ranking us as the number one trekking agency in Nepal.

      Here are some compelling reasons to choose Nepal Hiking Team:

      • Licensed guides with over ten years of trekking experience, equipped with local knowledge, cultural insights, and wilderness safety training.
      • Professional and experienced staff is available for support and assistance at all times.
      • Best accommodation options are offered within your budget range.
      • Extensive network of top local vendors and service providers ensuring the best deals.
      • Prompt and courteous responses from our travel consultants.
      • Transparent pricing with no hidden charges.
      • Uncompromising focus on safety, boasting a 100% safety record.
      • Commitment to supporting local businesses and the economy.
      • Providing employment opportunities to deserving youths from rural communities.

      At Nepal Hiking Team, we are committed to delivering exceptional trekking experiences while contributing positively to local communities and the environment. Choose us for an unforgettable adventure in the breathtaking landscapes of Nepal.

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