Langtang Trek (langshisha)

Langtang Trek (langshisha)


It is located north of Kathmandu, The Langtang valley is most easily accessible of Nepal’s trekking destination. Because of its elevation proximity to Kathmandu and easy approach the eight to twelve Langtang and Gosikunda trek . Langtang is know as Langshisha.

The period of the earthquake it was destroyed but right this days the trek becomes normal again. All new infrastructures are build .It is the second largest national park in Nepal’s.National park occupying some 1700 square kilometers It is also the natural habitat of more than 1000 plants in excess of 150 birds species and numerous other mamals. From here you can have mesmerizing views of giant mountain of the Laangtang Himal dominating the skyline with Langtnag Lirjungat and impressive 7246m. From Langtang Gompa  you will be able to take a day hike to Langshisha Glacier and Yala and return to Kyanjin monastery and  Government cheese factory. The factory uses milk from a cross between a Yaks and cows to produce cheese.

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    If you are interested to visit Nepal then with the following steps is possible:

    1. You need a Covid Insurance and a valid passport.
    2. We would need scans of your air tickets reservations, covid insurance and passport.
    3. You would need to quarantine for the first 7 days and we would need the proof of your booked Hotel(we could organize this also if you like).
    4. We will professionally organize your trekking itinerary, get your permit and apply with all the documents to the immigration office to grand a visa on arrival for you.
    5. We will send you your approval letter and then you are ready to fly!
    6. Be sure to have a negative PCR test before your flight. Nepal needs a 72hours validity.


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