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Langtang Trekking in Nepal: One of The Best Treks Ever

Posted On : April 6, 2015

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Trekking in Nepal around Langtang region lets you visit the first ever Langtang national park in Nepal with an exclusive opportunity to encounter abundance of sub tropical vegetation along rare habitats like red panda and musk deer etc. This particular trek in Nepal is not only easily accessible by road from Kathmandu but also known as short and easy trek with excellent trekking, hiking and even bird watching opportunity. Mostly Tamang’s are local ethnic groups living here and an insight into their culture and heritage is another attraction of this Langtang trekking in Nepal.

Langtang region trekking covers the pilgrimage site of Gosaikunda too. Actually this lake lies inside the very own Langtang National Park. It is regarded as the holy site and thousands of devotees visit around the lake during full moon day. You will find many other small lakes at this high altitude around the route that sparkles during sunrise and sunsets. On our Langtang trekking in Nepal, we pass through laurebinayak pass crossing the valleys, rivers, forests and lakes. It would be your chance to view surprising glaciated surface melting down the Himalayas. Located at the border of Nepal and Tibet these snow capped peaks creates magical panorama during sunrise and sunsets captivating all of us in its natural beauty like never before.

Completely different from popular treks in Nepal like around Everest and Annapurna; trekking in Langtang region offers you the best of Himalayan views, insightful local cultures, visit holy lakes, and one of the best holiday experiences in lifetime with less effort and within a week. It is always a pleasure to embark for Langtang region trekking, one of the best trekking in Nepal.

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