The Langtang Region, located north of Kathmandu Valley, is one of the most popular small mountain valleys at the base of the central Himalaya. The Langtang region trekking path passes through traditional and ethnic settlements as well as pristine forests on its approach to the peaks of Langtang-Lirung. The scenery in the Langtang region is breathtaking, and the treks are more adventurous due to the small number of people who visit. The Langtang National Park, Nepal's first Himalayan National Park, is located in this region.
Along the trip, the Langtang valley offers opportunities to relax in tiny communities and explore flora and fauna. There are numerous trekking trails in the Langtang region, including the Langtang Valley Trek, Tamang Heritage Trek, Gosaikunda Trek, and Helambu Trek. Trekking in the Langtang region provides wilderness experiences without being overly strenuous. It also allowes you to visit ethnic villages, ancient monasteries, minor peaks, and glaciers while staying at a comfortable altitude. Tibetans are the majority in this remote and highland location, and they practice Buddhism. Unlike the other trekking regions, there is no flight service. Dhunche or Syabrubensi, the trailhead for Langtang region trekking, is easily accessible from Kathmandu by local bus or jeep.