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Langtang Helambu Trek

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9 Days
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Min Age : 10+
Max People : 20
Tour Details

The Helambu Trek is a short and sweet trek that guides trekkers into the tranquil and delightful trekking trails of Langtang. The trek route advances across the cascading waterfalls, impressive rhododendron woodland, scenic landscapes, and native human settlements. Alongside the trail, glimpses of abundant lush greenery, terraced farmlands, flourishing wildlife native, classic rural lifestyle as well as cultural diversity tends to make the trek blissful. In addition, trekkers are also rewarded with warm hospitality bestowed by friendly locals in combination with awe-inspiring outlooks of snow-capped mountain peaks like Langtang Lirung (7,234m), Dorje Lakpa (6,966m), Ganesh Himal Massif and Rolwaling Range. Besides that, Helambu is also celebrated for ancient monasteries and time-honoured culture and tradition of native residents. All of these together establish Helambu as an ideal trek for travel enthusiast and backpackers.

The name ‘Helambu’ is derived from word Hyomlo. Situated about 72km northeast of Kathmandu; Helambu is home to Sherpa, Tamang and Hyolmo communities positioned on upraised land, near the banks of Melamchi River. The region stretches out from the north of Taramarang and shares its perimeter with Raswua District close to the Gosainkunda Lake. Helambu Trek makes its way through Shivapuri National Park, a protected area harbouring exquisite flora and fauna alongside several species of birds. Being a trail, which welcomes fewer visitors; Helambu has been able to sustain the originality of its cultural and natural uniqueness.  Subsequent to a full-day Kathmandu exploration; we drive to Sundarijal and enter the territory of Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park. Afterwards, we’ll ascend the stone steps onto the Shivapuri ridges to a small dam and hydroelectric power station. From here, we set off on our trekking journey. Continuing the uphill ascend, we’ll make our way across the protected area of National Park and pass by splendid waterfalls, lush woodland and the beautiful village of Mulkharkha. Eventually, we’ll reach Chisapani (2,160m), which function as a resting point for travellers and trekkers. After a short rest, we’ll resume our trek and progress along the trekking trail beyond the settlements of Kutumsang, Thadepati and Tarkeghyang. Then, we trek to Sermanthang village and ultimately proceed to Melamchi Pul Bazaar. From this point, we drive back to Kathmandu, marking the end of our wonderful escapade.

Helambu Trek is an easy and undemanding; thus, it is suitable to enjoy with the member of your family. Moreover, it doesn’t require any sort of previous trekking experience. The only thing you’ll be in need for this trek is a healthy and fit body, which possesses the ability to endure the continuous trekking hours. Pack your bags and head out for a breathtaking journey to nature with Himalayan Trekking Path family!!!

Departure & Return Location

John F.K. International Airport (Google Map)

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • Package trekking as per the itinerary (8 Nights/9 Days)
  • All the ground transportation by private vehicles/tourist bus
  • Professional and friendly guide/potter
  • Staffs’ salary, accommodation, food, and Insurance
  • TIMS and Trekking Permits
  • Welcome Dinner and Drinks
  • Three meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) during trek
  • Deluxe accommodation with free breakfast in Kathmandu
  • Tea Houses accommodation during the trek
  • Money Exchange Service
  • Duffel bag and luggage storages
  • Trekking gear (sleeping bag, trekking poles, down jacket and map), return after the trip
  • Certificate of Appreciation after the trek
  • First aid service
  • Rescue service also available if you need
  • All the government taxes

Price Excludes

  • Nepal Visa Fee
  • International airfares
  • Travel Insurance of the clients
  • Extra night accommodation and activities
  • Tips for the staffs (recommended but not mandatory)
  • Dinner, Lunch, and drinks in the city
  • Drinks during the trek
  • Personal Expanses (Mobile recharge card, batteries charger, hot water, shower, extra potters, laundry)


  • Umbrella
  • Sunscreen
  • T-Shirt
  • Entrance Fees
What to Expect

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  • Start : Kathmandu
  • End : Kathmandu
  • Duration : 9 Days
  • Maximum Altitudes : 3,650m
  • Trip Grade : Easy
  • Best Season : September to November & March to April

Day 1Arrival in Kathmandu (1,400m)

A cordial Namaste!! Welcome to Nepal, the country renowned around the globe for its majestic Himalayas, diverse ethnic culture and classic tradition. Upon your arrival at Kathmandu Airport, we’ll meet up. After the exchange of warm greeting with one another, you’ll be escorted to your hotel via a private vehicle succeeding the check-in; you can rest and loosen up your tired muscles. Afterwards, you’ll be invited to our office for a pre-trip meeting. Also, you’ll be introduced to your trekking guide with whom you can have a conversation regarding your upcoming escapade. At the end of the day, it is highly recommended to have an evening stroll around radiant Thamel Market to get acquainted with your current surroundings.

Day 2Free day for Kathmandu Valley exploration

The day second is allocated as a ‘Free Day’. You may repose, enjoying the facilities provided by the hotel and prepare for trek next day. But we strongly suggest you exploring Kathmandu Valley, a world heritage since 1979 A.D. in order to acquire an insight into its momentous history and artistic accomplishment i.e. illustrated by seven groups of remarkable monuments, shrines and structures. You can visit these sites starting from the holiest Hindu temple of Pashupatinath situated on the banks of the sacred Bagmati River and gain a sense of spirituality. Also, you can stop by the colossal stupas of Boudhanath and Swayambhunath. Sacred to Buddhist, you’ll be definitely stunned by its grandeur. Moreover, you can observe the three Durbar Squares located in the three sister cities within Kathmandu Valley (Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur). Beyond one’s imagination, these Durbar Square complexes exhibit exemplary architecture and sublime fine arts.

Day 3Drive to Sundarijal 1-hour and Trek to Chisapani (2,300m) 4-5 hours

Today, we set off to Sundarijal via a private vehicle utilizing about an hour. From here, we’ll walk along the gravelled path that passes by a hydropower station then climb on the steps leading to a dam structure. Trekking beyond the territory of Shivapuri-Nagarjun National Park, we advance uphill through the lush woodland to Mulkharka, a village primarily inhabited by the native Tamang communities. Afterwards, we’ll make an ascent on the trekking trail which progresses through the woodland of oak and rhododendron to Borlang Bhanjyang. Then, we proceed along the trail that descends down the hill to Chisapani (2,300m). Along the way, we can catch a glimpse of exquisite mountains covered with the blanket of white snow.

Day 4Trek to Kutumsang (2,446m)

With amazing vistas of Langtang mountaintops by our side, we’ll descend across grassland and greenery then head to the north, on the way to Pathi Bhanjyang. We gradually trek uphill to the white chorten in Thakuni Bhanjyang and stay with the abrupt trail. Thereafter, we encounter the stone steps that lead us to the apex of Jhogin Danda. Later, we climb down the hill through rhododendron woodland to a pass and arrive at Gul Bhanjyang after the descent along the trail. Thereafter, we’ll ascend a ridge once more then move on to another pass. Finally, a descent beyond the rhododendron and oak woodland takes us to Kutumsang (2,446m).

Day 5Trek to Thadepati (3,650m)

This morning, we go upward on an abrupt trail across woods of fir and rhododendron with the absence of any long-term human settlements. Subsequently, making a descent to Magen Goth, the trail gradually advance uphill beyond the woods, lush grasslands and spurting streams. Now, the trekking trail proceeds to Yurin Danda. Adorned with prayer flags, the top of the ridge renders sublime panorama encompassing Langtang and Gosainkunda Peaks. Eventually, we reach Thadepati (3,650m).

Day 6Trek to Tarkeghyang (2,560m)

This day, we pursue the trail which steers to the east, down a ridge via the woodland of pine and rhododendron to Melemchi River. En route, we can get few glimpses of elegant snow-capped peaks. Traversing Melemchi River, the trekking trail comes across Melemchi Village and plummets into woods past multiple large chortens to the base of the valley. Here, we can discover the pristine stream of Melemchi. Afterwards, the trail abruptly makes an ascent to the Nakote Valley then gradually progresses past monasteries and villages to Sherpa settlement of Tarkeghyang (2,560m). Well-renowned as Helambu due to the fact that majority of the population belongs to Hemlu community; the village flaunts the monastery which is biggest as well as oldest in the region.

Day 7Trek to Sermathang (2,610m)

On the seventh day of our adventure, we forge ahead on the even trail which advances by the green woodland, cascading streams and glittering streams. Between the villages of Parachin and Gangyul, the trail makes a curve around the end of the vast valley. Eventually, the trail heads to Gangyul and ends up at Sermathang (2,610m).

Day 8Trek to Malemchi Pul Bazaar (8,80m) 3-4 hours then Drive to Kathmandu 2 hours

Progressively, the trail makes its way down beyond the farmlands, several settlements, and pastures to the Malemchi Pul Bazaar (8,80m) accompanied by the lovely vistas of the snow-clad mountain peaks. You also get an opportunity to interact with good-natured locals on the journey. At last, we drive to Kathmandu via a private vehicle appreciating the sublime landscapes throughout the length of the highway till the capital city. Rest of the day, you can either rest in your hotel room or you can wander around the city and perform some last minute shopping for souvenirs.

Day 9Final Departure

The day nine marks the end of your escapade. We hope that you are fully satisfied with our hospitality, services and expertise. If you want to go on for a next adventure then we are here to assist you. If you wish to return to your homeland; one of our representatives will guide you to the airport, three hours prior to your flight back home.