The Langtang Tour and trek Nepal offers us an opportunity to encounter an authentic trekking adventure in Nepal. You can encounter the best of what the Himalayas has to serve. The Langtang National Park feels much more remote than the Everest Base Camp Trek or the Annapurna Circuit Trek. The Langtang Trek is for those who need to see something unadulterated without voyaging additional kilometers.
Why Langtang Tour and Trek Nepal?
For quite a long time, Langtang traveling was at the top of many trekkers’ bucket lists. The
delightful Langtang Valley Trek is the third most favorite destination for Trekking in Nepal, after Everest and the Annapurna Trekking.
Langtang has become known for something different than a pure trekking region. The annihilation of one of the most important villages during the earthquake of 2015. Where numerous towns in Nepal experienced
significant harm, something horrendous happened high over the village of Langtang. The landslide caused by the quake swept away the entire village. Additionally, a part of the pinnacle of Langtang Lirung broke during the quake, resulting in a devastating avalanche of ice and rocks. When you go Langtang Trekking, you keep away from the bustling paths and teahouses of the Annapurna and Khumbu. Langtang people have found the trails once more. During a Langtang Valley Trek, a warm greeting awaits you.
Trekking Trails of Langtang Tour and Trek Nepal
Situated in the northern central Himalayas of Bagmati Province in Nepal, The Langtang Trekking trail is just 51 kilometers north of the Kathmandu Valley. The area where the trekking trail lies is within Langtang National Park. The Langtang National Park borders the Tibetan Autonomous Region of China. Moreover, it covers a mixed bag of environmental zones, from subtropical to alpine.
Around 4,500 individuals live in the Langtang area with Tamang as a major part of the population. Around 25% of the National Park area is forested with Trees including deciduous oak and maple, evergreen pine, and rhododendrons.
During the Langtang Tour and Trek Nepal, you are likely to see Himalayan Mountain bears, goat-like Himalayan Thars, the Assam macaque, and extremely rare and endangered red pandas. Interestingly, some locals may tell you some tales about yeti sightings.
Culture and History of Langtang Trekking Tour
Langtang National Park consists of Gosainkunda Lake, which is a sacred place to the Hindus. Hundreds of pilgrims either by trekking or a helicopter come to the lake during major festivals like Janai Purnima and Shivaratri.
The Buddhist monastery is another spiritual spot that lies within the Langtang trekking in the area of Kyanjin aka Kyanjin Gompa. A gigantic torrential slide annihilated the area following the earthquake in April 2015, killing more than 310 individuals. More than 100 bodies were never found. The new Langtang village is now situated a little north of the old village.