Around Langtang Helambu Circuit is a classic trek that combines three major areas north of Kathmandu along the border of Tibet – Langtang, Helambu, and Gosainkund. Located just fifty kilometers north of Kathmandu, Langtang Valley Trekking is the nearest Trekking route from Kathmandu Valley. Discover the sacred lake Gosaikunda and pastures for yaks at Kyangin Gompa. Over the years, Gosainkunda has become one of the holy places of pilgrimage for shamans, witch doctors, and many Hindu and Buddhist devotees. Helambu Valley is famous for its natural beauty and fantastic weather, with magnificent views of the snow-capped mountains. While the Tamang people inhabit the Langtang region, the Helambu area covers typical Sherpa mountain villages and beautiful rhododendron forests. Around Langtang, Helambu Circuit allows hikers and adventurers to rediscover the Himalayan passes, lakes, pristine valleys, and ethnocultural diversity.
Explore the villages, climb small peaks, and visit glaciers at a relatively comfortable height. Pass through different vegetation, scenery, and varied passing terraced fields in the forest and then finally a glacial valley with magnificent all-round 7000m’s. From Syabrubesi in tropical vegetation at 1450m, it ends near the border with Tibet. Climb the Laurebina at an altitude of 4620 meters for a breathtaking view of Tibet. Simply breathtaking. They were trekking through the Langtang National Park, where walking through the path of red Pandas and many wild animals, very close to living Tibetan influence. The course takes us through a dozen villages for most Tibetan people in exile. The dense forest protects us from a hard enough sun. The park also offers a habitat to wild animals like rare red Panda, deer, bear, blue sheep, mountain Thar, and languor. Even snow leopards are found in the Langtang region.