How Much Does it Cost to Trek Langtang?

Langtang Trek Cost

The Langtang region is one of Kathmandu’s nearest destinations for a wonderful hiking experience. It is easy to reach from Kathmandu as well. There are many factors influencing every hike, Langtang trek is no different. Langtang Trek cost depends on the kind of services and accommodation that you choose.

You will have the chance to climb small peaks such as Kangjin Ri and Tsergo Ri on Langtang Trek. You can also discover the villages of Tamang and visit the glaciers that surround you.

Furthermore, your personal expenses and choices also influence the cost of your trek.

Langtang region is also the first national park in the Himalayas with temperate and subalpine woodlands. There you can also discover the incredible fauna. You may have an opportunity to find red-panda, wild deers, hawks and more if you’re fortunate.

It can take a week to finish the Langtang Trek, but you can also choose other trekking routes to discover more of the Langtang region, which you can combine it with Gosaikunda and Helambu Trek.

How Much Does it Cost to Trek Langtang?

How much is the Langtang Trek and what will it cost you in total?

The classic package to Langtang trek with Himalaya Discovery is $665 per person and that covers pretty much everything you’ll need in Nepal.

So, from the moment you arrive until you leave, almost everything is included in the trip price. There are extra charges for things like paying for beers, souvenirs, soft drinks, and some heritage site fees ($20). In terms of spending money for all of this, we recommend taking around $100 to $120.

How Difficult is the Langtang Trek?

Is it difficult trekking into Langtang in Nepal? People always ask us, is it difficult trekking to Nepal?

The Langtang trek is considered to be a moderate trek. Unlike Moderate treks have longer walks and higher altitudes than easy treks. In some places, the route climbs or descends steeply. In order to enjoy the trek, you will need an average level of physical fitness. A moderate trek, however, does not require as much skill, knowledge

A moderate trek, however, does not require as much skill, knowledge and experience as the difficult ones. Even if it’s your first trekking experience, starting with Langtang may be a good option. Take enough rest if you are overweight or a senior citizen and break the hike into short walks.

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Accommodation Costs

The accommodations during the Langtang trek are pretty affordable.

In the lower region, accommodations may different from the upper region. They are pretty standard in the upper region, but they are cozy and comfortable. It’s going to cost you around USD 3 – USD 5 per night.

It costs about USD 15 to add food prices per day. The prices can be different during the off-season. Sometime, it may be difficult to get accommodation in the peak seasons, so it’s better to make pre-bookings.

Meals Costs during the Langtang Trek

You will spend USD 15 – USD 20 for meals in Kathmandu. You will spend about USD 15 a day or more during the trek if you want to. Most tea houses and restaurants serve healthy and varied meals but most of the time you’ll enjoy the authentic dal–bhat.

The price is rising as you go up the higher altitudes. A proper dal-bhat meal in the lower region will cost you about USD 5. The same food is going to cost you USD 7 in the higher region. Locals are quite reasonable with the price. But due to lack of transportation and other facilities, prices can be expected to rise.

The morning breakfast meal will cost you around USD 7. But they might charge you USD 3 – USD 5 in the lower region. A bottle of mineral water in Kathmandu charges USD 0.25 – USD 1.50 but in the mountain region it average costs USD 1 – USD 3.

Langtang Trek – Transportation & Permits Costs

Transportation costs depend on the transport option you choose. There are bus and private mode of transportation options from which you can choose a bus or jeep.

For one way, the local bus will cost you USD 10 per person. The local bus isn’t that comfortable and you might get tired 7 -8 hours ride from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi. But if in an entirely local way you want to enjoy the moment, then go ahead!

Private jeeps are good for those who want a driver to have their own personal vehicle and don’t enjoy sharing. Jeeps can be tough and take you comfortably through the roads. They’re going to cost you around USD 140 by car  and USD 175 by Jeep and which takes about 6 – 7 hours to reach Syabrubesi, starting point of Langtang Trek.

Trekking permits are a must in Nepal. There’s no exception to Langtang Trek. To do this trek you need two types of permits; 1). Langtang National Park Entry Permit and 2). TIMS card will be required. You can also get both of them in the Tourism Board of Nepal or at the entrance. And the Langtang National Park Entry permit costs USD 30 and TIMS card costs USD 20 per person.

Langtang Trek Cost Nepal Few Useful Tips for Langtang Trek

Even if you spend on your personal things, there are some tips that you can use to save a little money or make it easier and more organized:

  • Do not undermine travel insurance, this is absolutely essential and will help you a lot in case of emergencies.
  • Purchase permits in Kathmandu because the entrance fee is higher.
  • Buy your favorite Kathmandu meals because in the greater area it also costs lower.
  • Instead of bottled water, buy water purification tablets. Or choose to refill your tea houses containers, it’s much more convenient and inexpensive.
  • Carry additional money rather than an ATM card.
  • During your trek, do not rush and get plenty of rest at the rest points.
  • Carry extra cash rather than an ATM card.
  • During your trek, do not rush and get plenty of rest at the rest points.

Langtang Trek Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu (1400m)

 Upon arrival at Kathmandu airport, after completing your custom Visa formalities, etc., pick up your luggage and look for our Himalaya Discovery airport representative who will display your name on the board at the arrival gate. Our representative will welcome you and transfer you to the hotel by private tourist vehicle.

Day 2: Drive to Syabrubesi (1,550m, 6-7 hrs)

We will start our drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubeshi after breakfast, which is about 145 km long and takes about 7 hours. We drive along Trishuli River’s scenic banks with beautiful views of valleys, pastures, rivers, and mountains. After arriving at the destination. We’re going to check-in and spend the night at the hotel.

Day 3: Trek to Lama Hotel (2,380m,  5 -6 hrs)

Langtang hiking begins at your own pace and the trail climbs through the timberland for about two hours, pursued by a move of about an hour to reach Bamboo town where you will stop for lunch. The path is enjoyable and you are pursuing the upstream and floating lives around the brambles can be seen.

Another attraction for the visitors on the trek is the wild bee hives keeping a precipice close. From here you’re going to travel steeply through the backwoods of bamboo to reach the Lama hotel. Overnight at guesthouse.

Day 4: Trek to Langtang Village (3200m, 5 hrs)

You’ll have a charming walk today and finish the rhododendron trail and pine forests for about three hours to reach Ghoda Tabela where you’ll stop for lunch. Ghoda Tabela is surrounded by dense wild environment and homemade crops. After lunch, you walk along a lovely path that brings you to the city of Langtang where you can relax at night. Overnight at guesthouse.

Day 5: Trek to Kyangjin Gompa (3,870m, approx. 3 hrs). Discover Kyangjin Ri (4500m)

Kyanjin Gompa is the last human inhabitant of your trek at 12,519 feet above sea level. You can see the great view of Mount Ganchempo and the panorama of Mount Langtang Lirung if the weather permits.

For a better panoramic view of the Langtang mountains, you can go hiking Kyangin Ri. You can visit the plant of Yak cheese, the monastery of Kyanjin and local buildings. Overnight at guesthouse.

Day 6: Trek back to Lama Hotel (2380m, 6 hrs)

Retrace the route from Kyangjin to the valley, follow the Langtang Khola to the village of Mundu and then to Ghora Tabela. Certainly, the descent will be faster than the ascent. After breakfast, continue the steep downhill to Lama Hotel. Overnight at guesthouse.

Day 7: Trek back to Syabrubesi (1550m, 5 hrs)

Continue to going back to Syabrubesi and enjoy the quiet forest hills. If you feel fit, take the spectacular route from Rimche via Sherpa Gaon to Syabrubesi, reaching the ultimate destination will take a long time, but it’s an amazing detour. Overnight at guesthouse.

Day 8: Drive to Kathmandu (1400m, 6-7 hrs)

After breakfast, catch a coach to return to Kathmandu. You will be taken to your hotel after you arrive in Kathmandu. You can spend the late afternoon walking around Thamel, Kathmandu’s major tourist destination. You can shop for your family and relatives at the last minute. In the evening, we will invite you to attend a farewell dinner with a cultural show.

Day 9: Fly home

Time to say goodbye to Nepal. Enjoy your last moments with breakfast in a café, a town walk and/or shopping for souvenirs in Kathmandu. A representative will meet you at your hotel for your return trip back and take you to the airport. It’s good to be at least two hours before arrival at the airport.

Final Say

Langtang trek is one of the best ways to experience the Nepalese Himalayas. It has its own special features that make it worth experiencing. It’s not as famous as the Annapurna Base Camp or the Everest Base Camp, but it cannot be compared. 

Langtang also blends with beautiful natural scenes a unique culture of local people. You can also spend more days exploring the Langtang region corners

If your time permits, you can also combine with the Langtang Gosaikunda Trek or the Helambu Trek, which will give you a good Langtang region trip.

All this trek can be done in 5 to 10 days. The cost of the Langtang Trek also varies depending on the route you choose.

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