Stunning landscapes, snow covered peaks and a rich cultural history - the Langtang,Helambu & Manaslu Region has plenty to offer and provides a more serene experience than some of the busier areas.
Langtang Region, one of the most popular narrow mountain valleys off the beaten path trekking trail with an exclusive experience of rich Tamang culture been able to set remarkable footprints in the tourism industry. The scenery of the Langtang region is spectacular, more adventurous as the area is visited by a few numbers of tourists. This region has Nepal's first Himalayan National Park popularly known as Langtang National Park.
Langtang valley provides opportunities to involve local people and their settlements and to study flora and fauna along the way. The region offers the wilderness experiences and explores ethnic villages, oldest monasteries, small Peaks and glaciers at comfortably low elevations. People in this isolated region are Tibetan origin and follow Buddhism. There is no flight service like the other trekking regions. The main entrance point of Langtang region trekking is from Dhunche or Syabrubesi, easily accessible from Kathmandu by local bus or jeep.
The trekking is a pure blend of natural and cultural richness; witness great scenic landscapes, snow-capped mountains, rhododendron forests along with the great culture and traditions of the Tamang and Sherpa people. One of the highlights of this region of Nepal is the Langtang National Park filled with oak, maple, pine, and several types of rhododendron. It is regarded as the home to endangered animals and more than 250 species of birds. The national park includes religious and spiritual sights like the Gosainkunda lakes, sacred to Hindus and Kyanjin Gompa, sacred to Buddhists. The trek offers great views of Pemthang Ri, Dorje Lakpa, Langtang Lirung, and Kangchenpo. Trek offers the region's best mountain panoramas as well as fine lakeshore views. From the lakes continue over a pass down the Helambu ridge all the way to Kathmandu.