Trek to Langtang and Nuwakot


Nineteen miles north of Kathmandu, closer to the Tibetan border world’s one of the most beautiful valleys nestles in the shadows of Langtang Lirung 7246m. Pleasant upstream walk along the bank of raging Bhote Koshi River, Tibetan culture in the beautiful Tamang hamlets, lush vegetation and Langtang village itself are the highlights of Langtang trek. Moreover, floras and faunas in Langtang National Park, Kyanjin Gompa, Yak Cheese factory and the 3600 view of the snowy peaks from the summit of Tsergo Ri 4985m or Kyanjin Ri 4350m are other major highlights of the trek. Since, the trek takes you above 4000m, the trek is considered moderately challenging. The abundant tea houses on the trial offer fair facilities for food and accommodation.

Ms. Kersti Jakobsen and Mr. Henrik Jorgensen from Denmark through our exclusive country partner Kipling Travel successfully completed the Langtang Trek including the ascent of Tsergo Ri. Post Langtang Trek, they also had a short trek to Samari and experienced the rural life during the home-stay with the local family.

After the completion of both treks, they quoted few beautiful lines about the services of Explore Himalaya.

“Our trek guide Sanu was throughout excellent. He was wonderful, very knowledgeable and very helpful. He made our trek and home-stay a very good experience.”

“Meals and accommodation during the trek and home-stay were great. A brand new Toyota Hi-Ace with an excellent driver was used for our transportation.”

“We had a fantastic holiday, we could not ask for more with what we have experienced, during this holiday.”


Mom-son trekking team to Samari


Danish traveler Mr. Ole Andreasen travelled to Nepal this spring for 2 weeks with his beloved mother Ms. Gunhild Andreasen. The visitors through our exclusive country partner Kipling Travel enjoyed the moderate level of trekking trip to Samari and self made trekking exploration in the Langtang region. 17 April, the day after their arrival and the 30 April, the day before their departure were the light fun days at Kathmandu.

Between April 17 and April 30, the mom-son trekking team trekked to Samari and was transferred to Dhunche on April 20. Then onwards they were on their own on the trekking voyage for the next 10 days. After their self explored trek they were once again cordially escorted to their Hotel in Kathmandu on April 30. Early evening on May 1, 2013 these enthusiastic trekkers were transferred to the airport where they received the wonderful see-off session by the Explore Himalaya representative.