Langtang Valley Trek Return By Helicopter

Trip Overview
  • Duration 6 Days
  • Difficulty Level Moderate or Grade B (**)
  • DestinationNepal
  • Meals & AccommodationLunch, Breakfast, Dinner
  • Trip Start & EndKathmandu to Kathmandu
  • Trip TypeTrekking & Helicopter Return
  • Major AttractionLangtang Valley, Helciopter Return, kyanjin gompa, kyanjin Ri, Tsergo ri
  • Maximum AltitudeTserko Ri Elevation- (5,450m/17,880ft)
  • Best TimeMarch- April-May, September-October-November


  • Experience the breathtaking views of the Langtang mountain range During a hike and heli tour back. 
  • Immerse in culture through excursions to nearby villages and monasteries
  • Chance to see a variety of wildlife species, including the red panda, which is endangered
  • Beautiful forests, rivers, and alpine meadows can be explored on a hike.
  • The Langtang Valley and the Himalayas can be seen from above during this exceptional and exhilarating heli adventure.
  • Hike to the vantage point of the Tserko Ri ridge.
  • The quickest and easiest way to complete the Langtang Trek without taking the land route back to Kathmandu
  • With a helicopter ride back, you get a bird's-eye perspective of the Langtang Valley.

Langtang Trek Helicopter Return is a magnificent adventure in the remoteness of the Langtang region. The hike is becoming increasingly popular as an easier, more luxurious, and faster alternative to the Langtang trek. The brief 6-day walk leads you to the rich green environment of the Langtang National Park, where you can stroll past traditional and newly built dwellings. The trek's highlight is going through ethnic Tamang settlements in Langtang village before continuing to Kyangjin Gompa monastery, Tserko Ri Ridge, and the stunning Tsona lakes. Finally, the finest part of this easygoing vacation is returning to Kathmandu by helicopter, which provides panoramic views of the mountains and verdant hills below.

The Langtang trek with  Helicopter return is a fantastic all-around Himalayan adventure. Langtang is a stunning valley that Annapurna and Everest frequently overshadow. It has a wealth of natural and cultural splendor. It is located in the north-central Himalayas and is heavily influenced by Tibetan and Buddhist culture. Similarly, the region is home to Langtang National Park, rich in unusual flora and animals, and offers a fascinating journey.

The trekking path is picturesque and provides panoramic views of the surrounding area. The treks last 5-7 hours daily, depending on the route or elevation. Because of the relatively strenuous trails, experienced and beginner hikers will find this trek relaxing and thrilling with the added thrilling adventure of Helicopter return from the Langtang valley. 

Rhododendron woods are plentiful and stunning as you start your trek from Syabrubesi. A range of climatic zones, including glaciers, mountains, frozen lakes, and alpine meadows, may be found in the Langtang region as you trek and ride back to Kathmandu in a helicopter.

This journey provides two experiences in a single package. Also, it's easy and now accessible to older people and others with physical limitations, thanks to this tour. Although the Langtang Helicopter Trek is fun throughout the year, we suggest going between October and December and March and May. We provide abundant housing options for this vacation to make it even more unique. After those arduous travels, you'll have everything you need to recharge in the local tea houses of the region. The lodges provide comfortable amenities like hot showers and adjoining bathrooms.

Langtang is the most well-known national park closest to the popular trek region from the Kathmandu Valley. The Langtang Valley walk is considered an easy walk that is ideal for families and seniors who don't want to hike hard but still want to stay in cozy accommodations.

After the trek, you experience the next finest way to see the Langtang region, i.e., the Langtang helicopter ride back. The breathtaking Langtang Helicopter Trek Itinerary 2024–2025 offers a trek that combines the adventure of a thrilling hike between sites with the thrill of a mountainous helicopter flight.

The subsequent helicopter excursion offers a singular view of Nepal's unexplored regions. During the helicopter trip, you will have a stunning view of the glaciers and secret valleys. Four to six persons are recommended for the fascinating tour. Even young children and older people have a wonderful chance to see the great splendor of the Langtang Valley. Below is all the information about the Langtang Valley trek with the Helicopter package. 

Why Is Langtang Valley Trek Return By Helicopter Special?

Regarding trekking adventures, the Langtang Valley Trek in Nepal stands out as a special and unique journey. What makes it even more exceptional is the option to return by helicopter. 

There is a growing demand for helicopter excursions in Nepal, and for good reason. You cannot find such genuine and spectacular sensations anywhere else while being safe and comfortable in your seat. With the Langtang Helicopter Trek, you and your loved ones may return to Kathmandu without having to endure an arduous return journey. 

Instead, you're in for the trip of a lifetime when you reserve one of our Langtang Valley helicopter treks. Previous clients have used this trip as an opening to marriage proposals, a means to celebrate anniversaries, a chance to spend quality time with children and grandchildren, a way to experience the walk differently, or a way to capture priceless moments with friends and family.

While you explore all the exciting and entertaining things while hiking to Langtang Valley, remember that if you want to experience the beauty of the Langtang region uniquely after finishing the journey, an exhilarating and satisfying air tour may be precisely what you've been waiting for.

Moreover, another special aspect of this journey is the opportunity to immerse yourself in the culture of the Tamang and Sherpa communities that call Langtang home. You'll have the chance to interact with locals, sample traditional cuisine, and witness age-old customs.

Trekking the Langtang Valley can take about a week, and while every moment on the trail is awe-inspiring, not everyone has the luxury of time. The helicopter return option allows you to experience the beauty of Langtang without the need for an extended vacation. You can savor the trek and return to Kathmandu for your next adventure. The Langtang Valley Trek, with a helicopter return, strikes a perfect balance between adventure and luxury. After days of trekking, you'll be treated to a comfortable helicopter ride back to the city, where modern amenities await. Isn't this a special journey to plan for your next vacation in Nepal? 

Is Langtang Valley Heli Return Right For You?

Is Langtang Valley Trek with Helicopter Return the right journey for you in 2024 and 2025? The hike with the exhilarating helicopter flight return could be a fantastic fit for you if you are an experienced or even just average hiker with proper fitness, a sense of adventure, and ready for the physical and mental challenges of the trek. The walk gives stunning mountain views, exposure to local culture, and a sense of satisfaction once it is finished. Here are some thoughts to determine if the trek is right for you. 

The Blend of Trek and Heli Tour

The Langtang Valley Heli Return is a unique adventure that combines the best of both worlds: trekking and helicopter tours. It's designed to cater to a diverse range of travelers, from the avid hiker to those who prefer a more leisurely exploration

For the Avid Trekker

If you're an adventure enthusiast who thrives on trekking through rugged terrains, Langtang Valley Heli Return offers a fulfilling experience. The trekking component of this journey takes you through lush forests, quaint villages, and along pristine rivers. You'll be able to immerse yourself in the local culture, interact with friendly villagers, and witness the unique Tamang heritage.

For Those Seeking Comfort

Now, if you appreciate the beauty of Langtang Valley but prefer a more comfortable journey without strenuous hikes, the heli return option is tailor-made for you. This adventure segment ensures you can soak in the breathtaking scenery without breaking a sweat. A helicopter ride provides an unparalleled view of the Himalayan peaks and the Langtang range.

The convenience of a heli return allows you to skip the physically demanding parts of the trek while still enjoying the same stunning panoramas. This particularly appeals to elderly individuals or those with physical limitations who wish to experience the majesty of Langtang Valley without the rigors of a challenging hike.

The Ultimate Combo

What sets the Langtang Valley Heli Return apart is the seamless integration of these two experiences. It's like having the best of both worlds. You can embark on the trek, taking in the region's sights, sounds, and culture, and then return by helicopter, savoring an aerial view that will leave you awe-struck.

Benefits of Helicopter Return for Langtang Trek

One benefit of helicopter return tours is that you can view a lot of ground quickly, which might be helpful if you only have a short time in Nepal, want to see everything, or don't want to hike back. Helicopters can also travel to unreachable places to conventional modes of transportation, including inhospitable alpine settlements or places with difficult terrain. Here are other benefits of the added helicopter return tour with the Langtang Valley trek. 

Time Efficiency 

Many tourists only have a short amount of time in Nepal. Making the most of their trip, travelers may discover the nation's varied landscapes and beautiful views quickly and easily with the help of a helicopter return tour from Langtang Valley.

Convenient and Comfortable

Heli trips offer cozy and practical transportation, particularly for people who might find trekking physically taxing. People of all ages and fitness levels may enjoy the grandeur of Langtang region's alpine environment with Langtang helicopter tours because they don't require strenuous physical activity.

Unique Viewpoint

A helicopter tour offers a bird's-eye perspective of the breathtaking surroundings, providing a special viewpoint not available through conventional trekking. Due to the unique viewpoint the air provides, tourists can take breathtaking pictures and make priceless memories with the treks and heli tours combined. 

Exclusivity and Luxury

A helicopter tour is a fascinating option for tourists looking for a one-of-a-kind adventure because it offers a luxury and private experience. Your journey to Nepal will be thrilling and unique if you fly over the Langtang Himalayas and land in secluded areas.

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Driving Distance- (122 km / 75.8miles)

Driving Hour- 7/9 hrs

Accommodations- Teahouses at Syabrubesi 

There are two major ways to get to Syabrubesi, the village where the hike usually begins. Despite the distance between Kathmandu and Syabrubesi being only 125 kilometers, the travel takes a long time due to traffic and road quality. The road is sometimes narrow and twisty, with occasional steep drop-offs, and contains some bumpy non-tarmac stretches.

Whether using a bus or a private jeep, you will eat lunch at a nearby restaurant (with a bathroom) enroute. After a short drive, you arrive at the small settlement of Dhunche through the road. You can see Ganesh Himal, which is 7,422 meters (24,350 feet) high, from the road that follows the Trishuli River's banks. We continue on the road from Dhunche till we arrive in Syabrubesi. 

The main street of Syabrubesi is lined with various guesthouses and a few modest shops. People frequently spend the night here at the beginning and finish of their walk across the Langtang Valley.

  • Teahouses
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 7/9 hrs
  • (1,503m / 4,655ft)

Trek Distance- 11.3km / 7 miles

Trek Duration- 6 hrs

Accommodations- Tea Houses at lama Hotel 

We set out on our trek immediately after breakfast in Syabrubesi. We begin the Langtang Valley Trek by crossing a suspension bridge over the Bhote Koshi River. The trail now ascends through the thick forest.

We frequently encounter secret hot springs and spectacular waterfalls as we walk alongside the Langtang Khola River gorge. If you're fortunate, you might be able to spot red pandas traveling through the forest canopy. The enormous beehives sitting atop the neighboring rocks are also visible. Locals are frequently caught attempting to collect the honey from these cliff hives.

It will be pleasant to stroll across terraced farms and peaceful communities. Before ascending to the lovely Lama Hotel, we have a lunch stop in the settlements of Bamboo and Rimche. We will arrive at the Lama Hotel after negotiating several suspension bridge crossings and rocky stairs.

Lama Hotel is not a single hotel but a community with various lodging options offering conventional cuisine. We'll stop at Lama Hotel for the evening, with upscale tea houses and a beautiful view. After a nice meal, trekkers can retire for the evening.

  • Tea Houses
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 6 hrs
  • (2,470m / 8,103ft)

Trek Distance- 14.8km / 9.1miles

Trek Duration- 6 hrs.

Accommodations- Teahouses at Langtang Village

After an early breakfast, we will start hiking across the lush scenery and following a river through the dense trees. From the Lama Hotel to Langtang Valley, we ascend more than 1200 meters on the trail. For the trek, we eat, savor our breakfast, depart the village, and stroll through the forest.

Sometimes, we catch a glimpse of Langtang Lirung smiling down at us. The mountains loom on both sides of the valley as we approach Ghora Tabela. After some hours of trekking, we will reach Chyamki village (3,230m). 

The trail climbs as the valley widens and a few short towns form. In the summer, the herders let their sheep graze on the upper pastures. You notice a sad reminder of the devastating 2015 earthquake as you proceed. The once bustling tea house-filled hamlet was transformed into a sizable rock field. After passing past the prayer flags and water-driven prayer wheels, we reach the picturesque Langtang, a small village primarily composed of Tamang people. 

  • Tea Houses
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 6 hrs
  • (3,430m / 11,255ft)

Trek Distance- 6.8km / 4.2miles

Trek Duration- 3 hrs

It's a simple hike today. You can have breakfast after a late morning awakening and leave for the trek.  As we leave Langtang village, the terrain is steeply upward. Along the road, we pass through a few of the yak herders' little communities. The views grow more breathtaking as we continue along the Langtang Khola's route.

You can take your time to photograph Langtang's natural splendor while we trek over to Kyanjin Gompa. We'll come upon a rare Mani wall of stones etched with sacred mantras close to the Kyanjin Gompa. The second-largest gompa in Nepal, Kyanjin Gompa, is entered through the Mani Wall.

We will rest in the hotel we booked as soon as we get to the village. After a short rest, we will then move on to leisurely explore the enjoyable atmosphere of the area. Moreover, trekkers also get breathtaking views of the Himalayas from our hotel window. 

  • Tea Houses
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 3 hrs
  • (3,865m / 12,675ft)

Kyanjin Ri Elevation- (4,773m / 15,655 ft)

Today is a relaxation day, so we can adjust to the altitude and enjoy the stunning Langtang region. For hikers, the Langtang Valley has a lot to offer where they enjoy every feature of the region. Opt for a higher-elevation trek that will provide you with breathtaking views of the glaciers and mountain ranges of the Himalayas. 

The hardest and most thrilling phase of our Langtang trek is today. The morning starts with the breathtaking views that can be found all around Kyanjin Gompa. We get up early, eat breakfast, and slowly start walking.

Our acclimatization hike today starts with an arduous climb to Tsergo Ri. Along with the mountains, the hike provides vistas of 21 different summits, including Langtang Lirung. You may also see expansive valleys and frozen lakes. Once you reach the top after an exhausting eight-hour journey (it is better to reach the summit before noon), it will seem like the effort was worthwhile.

Trekking to Kyanjin Ri is a more leisurely option for a strenuous trip to Tsergo Ri. Although it's a smaller ascent than Tsergo Ri, it still counts as a climb. At 4,600 meters, Kyanjin Ri is almost as good as the Tsergo Ric hike; 360-degree views of the snow-capped mountains still greet you. We'll return to Kyanjin Gompa after a lovely time at the summit. 

  • Tea Houses
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Free Day
  • (4,773m / 15,655 ft)

Helicopter Flight Duration- 1 hour

After today's exciting trip to the stunning Langtang region, it's time to return to Kathmandu. We'll take a helicopter from Kyanjing to return instead of walking the entire distance.

We'll start the day with breakfast at the Kyanjing teahouse. After that, we'll board the chopper for a beautiful flight over the Langtang Valley. The beautiful Himalayas' beautiful vistas, including the peaks of Tibet, Ganesh Himal, and Langtang Lirung, will remain in your memories forever. We'll be dropped off at the Kathmandu airport by the chopper. After that, we'll travel to the hotel and spend the rest of the day relaxing.

  • Hotels
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 1 hour
  • (1400m / 4,393ft)

We are pleased to offer the flexibility of tailoring your journey to your desired duration and places, whether extended or shortened, as our proficient team of locals-cum-guides, porters, and accompanying staff have an in-depth understanding of every location traveled.

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Cost Details


  • Upon arrival and departure, the airport picks up and drops in Kathmandu (international and domestic).
  • Pre-trek briefing.
  • Provide a sleeping bag and down jacket (Refundable)
  • Langtang area trekking map.
  • One professional, licensed, and English-speaking mountain guide.
  • One Potter between two Trekkers. (20-25 KG from two trekkers)
  • Well-experienced English-speaking assistant guide if the group size exceeds 7+ persons.
  • Best accommodation on a trek.
  • Worst case, help with all rescue and evacuation arrangements.
  • The helicopter flight 
  • Food during the trek (entire board with breakfast, lunch, and dinner with a cup of tea/coffee).
  • All necessary trekking permits
  • All applicable taxes are as per the government rules and regulations.
  • All organizing costs.


  • Nepal Visa cost.
  • Foods in Kathmandu.
  • Your international flight fare.
  • Travel insurance (for helicopter evacuation if needed while trekking).
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone, internet/e-mail, etc.
  • Bar and beverage bills.
  • Tips for guide, porter, driver.

Dates & Price

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Essential Info

Things to Know Before Trek 

Best Months for Trek and Heli return  

The best times to hike across the Langtang Valley are from March to April and October to November. This hike should be avoided from June to August when it is rainy.

This area experiences extreme cold from December to February, and the highest portions of the climb, like Tserko Ri ridge, will have snow cover. Actually, many of the guesthouses close down for the winter and reopen in late February or early March. On the other hand, it is possible to hike the Langtang Valley Trek on the outer edges of the season in late February or early March, and it may be extremely lovely with snow cover.

The best time to do a Langtang Helicopter Tour and walk is when the weather is nice. We provide a  6-day Langtang trekwith helicopter returns to Kathmandu any time of the year. The most recommended times, however, would be in Autumn and Spring because those seasons are well regarded for having excellent weather constancy.

The sky is clearest in the autumn. And no other season can compare to autumn's exceptional visibility. Autumn in Nepal lasts from September to November. During this period, we scheduled routine helicopter return trips after trekking in the Langtang region. Autumn is the greatest month for helicopter trips because there is excellent visibility and little chance of the weather worsening.

The second-best season is spring, after autumn. The flowers' vibrant hues and the sun's brilliant brilliance make the air appear colorful. In the spring, Langtang experiences very consistent weather and temperatures. So, you will have a great time sightseeing in a helicopter and return in the spring.

Difficulty Level of the Trek Before Heli Return

The Langtang Valley walk won't be too challenging for trekkers if they have average to good fitness. You'll be on the trail for around 4 days straight. You walk four to six hours daily, with one day set aside for exploring the Langtang Valley. However, there is no need for expert climbing knowledge for this. Altitude sickness will result from a steady ascent.

For roughly 3–4 days, you'll walk 10–15 km daily. But be aware that the Langtang Valley hike has many ups and downs; it is not walking on a level terrain. While a trip needs extreme fitness and is not difficult due to distance, it might be challenging for hikers due to altitude. The journey's highest point is Kyanjin Ri or Tserko Ri, located at 5000 m (16404 ft) above sea level. The trek begins in Syabrubesi at an elevation of 1550 meters. 

While a porter can make your trip significantly easier, your pack weight determines how challenging the Langtang Valley hike will be. It is more difficult to trek if your body is cold and unhappy. That being stated, this trek is even suitable for Nomads who are somewhat athletic and eager to go on a worthwhile journey in Nepal.

Necessary Permits and Regulations

For the Langtang Valley Trek and Helicopter Return, you'll need a TIMS card and a National Park Entrance Permit, which can be obtained at the park's entrance. Trekking agencies like Mountain Rock Treks will handle all permit purchases if you book your trip through them. For this hike, you don't need a restricted area permit

TIMS Card Cost: 20 USD for all

National Park Entrance Fee: Rs. 600/- for SAARc countries and Rs 3000 (26 USD) for other nations. 

Note: You will also need this additional permission if you travel to Syarybesu via the Helambu trail, which begins in Shivpuri National Park. Additionally, fees, $5 minus VAT, must be paid to enter the Shivapuri National Park.

Accommodations and Foods

While trekking, eating well and getting enough sleep are important because you'll be exhausted and need fuel for the next day's trip. So, along the hike, food and accommodation are crucial. 

Hygienic meals are sold at the tea houses along the walk in this region. You can find the typical breakfast fare of Tibetan bread, Chapatti, toast with jam or honey, French toast, pancakes, porridge with milk, and boiled or fried eggs while trekking in this area. Thukpa, Momos, Sherpa stew, various soups, macaroni and cheese, pizza, sandwiches, yak steak, rice with curry, etc. are among the foods served in most tea houses.

But you will find that dhal bhat is available everywhere, and the guide and potter frequently eat it for lunch and dinner (here is the detailed recipe for Dal Bhat if you are interested). It is a dish that is loved by Nepalis everywhere. Most visitors from abroad and the people of Nepal refer to "Dal Bhat power 24 hours." This indicates that eating a Dal Bhat at once will provide you with energy for 24 hours. So, if you're interested in Nepali cuisine, try this.

You can get enough accommodation options here. The Langtang Valley region has a few typical tourist hotels with all the amenities. However, you should stay in tea houses when hiking as they are more budget-friendly and provide an authentic local experience. 

During your trip, you can stay in cozy wooden teahouses designed for double occupancy. These teahouse rooms offer a comfortable, tidy, and hygienic environment with basic amenities. You can expect fresh blankets, pillows, and crisp linens, ensuring a restful night's sleep on comfortable beds.

Trekking With Guides and Porter

If you want to go on a langtang valley heli trek, then guides are required, not porters. Because solo hikes are no longer permitted in Nepal, guides are mandatory now. 

However, if you are uncomfortable with many ups and downs, we recommend hiring a porter; where to hire a porter depends on your luggage load. You do not need a porter if you can carry your luggage, but carrying baggage alone when walking will be difficult.

For the Langtang Valley trek and heli return, you can hire a guide and a porter in Kathmandu or Syarubesi. Engaging the services of a support team member can simplify the process, as they can help you coordinate with local trekking agencies. It's advisable to meet with your chosen guide before starting the trek. This enables a closer and more friendly relationship and allows you to count on their knowledge and experience to guide you. If you book a package with a trekking agency, porter services will typically be included, with two trekkers sharing one porter.

AMS and Prevention

When you are traveling at a high altitude, and there is little oxygen present, it can lead to acute mountain sickness. On High-altitude treks, mountain sickness is fairly common for every trekker, even on experiences. No matter your age, level of fitness, or prior trekking experience, it can happen to anyone. Headache, nausea, vomiting, exhaustion, loss of appetite, and other symptoms are all signs of AMS. There is no fixed possibility of AMS for any trekker. But you could develop AMS if you don't listen to the instructors' instructions and try to ascend swiftly.

To prevent such, acclimatization is required. Slower ascent is the best prevention against acute mountain sickness. You have to hike back down more than 600 meters if AMS occurs. Similarly, to avoid dehydration, you just need to drink more water. Get the rest you need and sleep at night. Another method for prevention is to take "DIAMOX," a medication that stops AMS by stimulating the respiratory system. For more information about AMS, click here. 

Cost Of Langtang Valley Trek Return By Helicopter

Langtang Heli Trek, also known as the Langtang Valley Trek with Helicopter Return, is perhaps a more affordable and budget-friendly trip, making it a desirable choice for trekkers on a tighter budget. The trek's reduced price compared to other well-known treks like the Everest Base Camp trek and the Annapurna Base Camp trek is one of the causes of this.

The length of the trek, the time of year, the kind of lodging, the form of transportation, and the services you need are just a few of the variables that affect the price of the Langtang Trek. Depending on the circumstances above, the cost of the 6-Day Langtang Valley Trek with Heli Return Costs $2000 Per person with Us. The price may increase if you add luxury extras or extend your trekking days. 


  • Q1. What is the Langtang Valley Trek?

    The Langtang Valley Trek is a popular hiking adventure in Nepal that takes you through the stunning Langtang region, offering breathtaking mountain views, diverse landscapes, and a glimpse into local culture.

  • While it's considered a moderate trek, being in good physical condition is important, as you'll be trekking at high altitudes. Proper acclimatisation is crucial.

  • The best times are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) when the weather is pleasant and the skies are clear.

  • The highest point is Kyanjin Ri at 4,773 meters (15,655 feet). Proper acclimatization is essential to avoid altitude sickness.

  • Yes, you can. A helicopter return allows you to enjoy the trek without retracing your steps, making it more convenient.

  • Helicopter operators in Nepal adhere to strict safety standards, and pilots are experienced in mountain flying. Safety is a top priority.

  • A helicopter return saves time, reduces physical strain, and offers stunning aerial views of the Himalayas. It's a great way to maximise your experience.

  • Yes, you need permits, including the Langtang National Park entry permit and TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) card.

  •  Pack warm clothing, sturdy trekking boots, a backpack, rain gear, a first aid kit, and essentials like a water bottle and snacks. Consult your trekking agency for a detailed list.

  • Yes, you can extend your trek to places like Gosainkunda or Helambu or even combine it with a visit to Kathmandu or other regions in Nepal, depending on your time and interests.

Client Reviews

  • Eco-Adventure Meets Luxury

    Experiencing the majestic Himalayas in person was an absolute dream come true. Our choice of Langtang was deliberate, as we were eager to immerse ourselves in this rural region's rich heritage of the Tamang and Sherpa communities. These resilient people are renowned for their mountaineering feats; meeting them in person was an awe-inspiring experience. Their dedication and hard work are truly admirable. The highlight of our adventure was undoubtedly the helicopter flight back. It gave us the unique opportunity to explore Langtang both on foot and from the skies. 

    Gina ShahMalaysiaSeptember 16, 2023
  • The Langtang Valley Trek And Helicopter Journey

    Our adventure on the 6-day Langtang Valley Trek with Helicopter Return alongside MRT was astonishing! This journey unveiled breathtaking vistas of the Langtang Himalayas and seamlessly fused thrill and Mother Nature's splendour. The helicopter return, icing on the cake, bestowed upon us the privilege of savouring the awe-inspiring landscapes from above. The meticulously crafted itinerary ensured we acclimatised gracefully to the altitude.

    Frederic HansenKenyaMay 13, 2023
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