Langtang Valley Trekking is the closest route from Kathmandu Valley, located approximately fifty kilometers north of Kathmandu. Pass through various plants, landscapes, and terrain before arriving in a glacier valley with excellent all-around 7000m views. It begins in a tropical forest at 1450m in Syabrubesi and finishes near the Tibetan border. In just a week's walking, you'll be near the Himalayas. Trekking in Langtang Valley and Gosainkunda Lake allows hikers and explorers to rediscover Himalayan passes, beautiful valleys, and ethnocultural richness. After that, the sacred Lake Gosaikunda and yak pastures at Kyangin Gompa will be discovered. The mountain vistas are extremely breathtaking here. Gosainkunda has become a holy pilgrimage site for shamans, witch doctors, and countless Hindu and Buddhist worshippers. Trekking through the Langtang National Park meant walking in the footsteps of red pandas and other wild species and getting up close and personal with Tibetan culture. The Tamang is one of Nepal's oldest ethnic groups, having its way of life, customs, and culture. The trip takes us past a dozen villages where most Tibetans in exile live. The lush woodland shields us from the harsh sun. The park also provides a home for endangered red pandas, deer, bears, blue sheep, mountain Thar, and Languor. Snow leopards may also be seen in the Langtang area.