Langtang Valley Trek 14 Days


Langtang Valley Trek is one of the most preferred treks in Nepal amongst the Japanese Trekkers. And the Langtang Valley Trek is also a short trekking destination for those trekkers lacking the time but still wishing to experience trekking in the mountainous region in the Himalayas. The Langtang Trek is also a comfortable trekking option for families travelling with kids and those who prefer sleeping in the lodges. The Dolpo (Far west of Nepal), Kanchenjunga (Far east of Nepal), Makalu and several other areas are only possible in a tented camp trek.

Langtang is a region to the north of Kathmandu, bordering Tibet. It is protected as Langtang National Park and has many high peaks including Langtang Lirung 7,246 metres, which is seen from different parts of Kathmandu valley. About 6,000 people live inside the park, and many more depend on it for timber and firewood. The majority of the residents are Tamang. The park contains a wide variety of climatic zones, from subtropical to alpine. This park is the heaven of Himalayan black bear, the goat-like Himalayan tahr, Rhesus monkeys, Red Pandas, and snow leopard and there are also stories of Yeti, abominable Snowman, sightings. The park also contains the sacred Gosainkunda lakes, Kyanjin Gonpa and Sing Gonpas.

Langtang Trekking Package for 2022 and 2023

This region is one of the most accessible areas for trekking since it is a five-hour drive to Dhunche and in six-hour to Syabrubesi, the starting points of various treks. From there, several itineraries are possible, from 8 days to 20 days, returning via Helambu. There are also small peaks for trekkers willing to test a climb in Himalaya during their trek and major mountaineerings mountains.

To the east of Langtang Valley is Helambu, which is ideal for a short trek, and is particularly lovely in winter. It provides a variety of trails. At the head of Helambu valleys is a ridge that separates Helambu from Langtang. Helambu is home to Hyolmo Sherpas, famous for the beauty and cleanliness of their houses.

The full moon day of August is a special day for people of the Langtang region and all Hindu devotees. During this day a sacred festival, Janai Purnima, is celebrated at Gosainkunda Lakes. Hundreds of Jankris (Shamans) gather, beating drums, twirling rhythmically in skirts, perspiration trickling under their peacock feather headdresses as they move from shrine to shrine. It is a chance to see a bit of Nepali Culture the casual visitors usually miss. High and beautiful peaks dominate the landscape of Gosainkunda and the region offers some of the short, comfortable and scenery filled trekking routes.

Trip Highlights

  • A popular short trekking areas of Nepal
  • Scenic landscape filled with alpine pastures, glaciers, peaks, lakes and old monasteries.
  • A luxurious alpine valley full birds and wild animals and rare plants
  • Explore the ethnic village of Tamang
  • Walk through rhododendron, bamboo and pine forest in to the national park area
  • Experience the hospitality and culture and Buddhis practices
  • Enjoy the endless spectacular view on a shortest of the period

Trip Profile

  • The total length of the trip: 12 days from arrival to the day of departure
  • Number of the night in Kathmandu: 4-nights / optionally visit UNESCO sites
  • Trek starting point: Shyabrubeshi
  • Trek ending point: Shyabrubeshi
  • Transport mode: 4x4 Jeep / Landcruiser
  • Highest elevation achievement: 3,830m metres Kyangjin Gonpa.
  • Accommodation: Hotel with breakfast in Kathmandu and teahouse (Lodge) on full board basis on the trek
  • Meals: An open menu to choose your own meal
  • Trip grade: A comfortable trek with some experience of altitude at Kyangjin Gonpa
  • Best season to trek: from the end of February to the mid of December (But it can be done all year around)
  • People and Culture: Populated by Tamang community.

Short Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel

Day 02: A free day in Kathmandu or optionally take a tour around world heritage sites

Day 03: Drive to Syabrubensi 1,504 metres. A 6 hours drive

Day 04: Trek to Khamjing. A 4 hours trek

Day 05: Trek to Khamjing 2,450m. A 4 hours trek

Day 06: Trek to Langtang village 3,430 metres. A 6 hours trek

Day 07: Trek to Kyangjin 3,830 metres. A 4 hours trek

Day 08: At Kyangjin for a hike to Tsergo-Ri 4,984m. or Kyangjin-Ri 4,773m

Day 09: Excursion to Langshisa Kharka. A 6 hours trek

Day 10: Trek to Lama Hotel. A 6 hours trek

Day 11: Trek to Syabrubesi. A 5 hours trek

Day 12: Drive to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel. A 6 hours drive

Day 13: Kathmandu

Day 14: Departure

Detail Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel

Our personnel will be waiting at the Kathmandu international airport (TIA) to receive you with a traditional welcome. After checking into the hotel and refreshment, your guide of the circuit will update you about the necessary formalities for your proposed trek. Depending on arrival time, you will have the choice of either visiting nearby shrines or rest back in your room.
  • Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 02: A free day in Kathmandu or optionally take a tour around world heritage sites

Breakfast at the hotel and enjoy a free day in Kathmandu for the preparation of the trek. Please let the Happy Feet Mountaineers representative know if you want to join the sightseeing tour around the ancient and historical cities in Kathmandu valley as well as the famous Hindu temple and Buddhist stupa, which are listed in world heritage sites by UNESCO.
  • Breakfast included
  • Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 03: Drive to Syabrubensi 1,504 metres. A 6 hours drive

Breakfast at the hotel in Kathmandu and drive to Syabrubensi. The overland journey via small towns and villages overlooking the magnificent mountains, green hills and valleys, the jungle and farmland, rivers and rivulets is a lifetime experience. You will also be driving through Dhunche, the headquarters of Rasuwa District and main entrance of Langtang National Park.

From Dhunche to Syabrubensi is an hour downhill driving, through several small villages and gorges. Stay overnight in a lodge.
  • Full board
  • Accommodation in Tea-house/Lodge.

Day 04: Trek to Khamjing. A 4 hours trek

Breakfast and start the walk of the day. Cross the river and climb gently through a hill slop toward the northwest. The trail traverses to gain the height. In about 4 hours walk we reach Khangjing, a small village. A strong Tibetan lifestyle runs here though they are not Tibetan, but they understand and speak the Tibetan language. The village situated on a hill slope facing the southeast has a beautiful view of snake-road climbing above Shyabrubeshi that goes to the Ganesh Himal. Dinner and stay overnight in a Lodge.
  • Full board
  • Accommodation in Tea-house/Lodge.

Day 05: Trek to Khamjing 2,450m. A 4 hours trek

The day starts with a lovely walk through cultivated land with photographic scenery of the down valley including Shyabrubeshi and the Dunche. The trail leads through a sparse Rhododendron to a steep hill which traverses to Sherpa Gaon, only with two houses, and an easy trail brings us to Lama Hotel. Lama Hotel, with several tea houses, is formed inside a dense forest on the bank of Langtang River, a lovely spot for an overnight stop. Dinner and stay overnight in Lodge.
  • Full board
  • Accommodation in Tea-house/Lodge.

Day 06: Trek to Langtang village 3,430 metres. A 6 hours trek

The morning walk follows by the bank of Langtang river heading upstream into the deep forest into a gorge, as the trail continues we reach to Ghoda-Tabla, at 3000 metres, a lovely open place for the lunch stop. This place was once used for Tibetan resettlement project; it takes further 2 hours to arrive Langtang village. Afternoon we walk another 2 hours to reach Langtang village. The trail is scenic with a gradual going up. Tantalizing glimpses of mount Langtang Lirung of 7,246 metres is seen from many points all the way along.

The Langtang village has been swept away by the avalanche created by the earthquake of 2015, so the village is with numerous new house. In the past homes of Langtang and neighbouring communities use to have Tibetan-style flat roofs and surrounded by stone walls. And the villagers use to keep herds of Yaks and cattle here and in pastures above the village.
  • Full board
  • Accommodation in Tea-house/Lodge.

Day 07: Trek to Kyangjin 3,830 metres. A 4 hours trek

Today is a short walk to reach at Kyangjin our ultimate and significant destination of the journey. Morning walk starts with a short gradual climb to reach a ridge through a small and lovely open area with mani walls. As we walk up, we arrive at a wide scenic Kyangjin valley enclosed by an array of peaks, where we will make two overnight stops. One or two days' rest or a busy day to stroll around the hilltops of Kyangjing is recommendable because of the natural setting of the valley with a great scenario of dazzling summits. It is an excellent accumulation of the high mountains, which inspires one to take a full day's trip or repeated walks on the same ridges with changing Himalayan climates. From Kyangjin gonpa one may trek till Langshisa, the last barrier of the region with Tibet or one may take a long day hike to the summit of Charku-Ri or Kyangjing-Ri to captivate the whole area in an unforgettable memory.
  • Full board
  • Accommodation in Tea-house/Lodge.

Day 08: At Kyangjin for a hike to Tsergo-Ri 4,984m. or Kyangjin-Ri 4,773m

An exciting day to enjoy a scenic walk around its beautiful surroundings. Optionally one can take a hike to Tsergo-Ri or the nearest lookout the Kyangjin -Ri. There are some of the best panoramas with Langtang Himal, Ghengu Liru (Langtang II - 6571m), Langtang Lirung (7,425m) Kimshun (6,745m), Shalbachum (6,918m) towards views of Chimsedang Himal which forms a ridge with Naya-Kanga or Ganjala peak at 5,846m includes Gangchempo and Tilman's beautiful Fluted Peak.

Magnificent views that extend towards the east with Jugal Himal, Dorje Lakpa (6,980m), which makes a massive border wall of mountains between Nepal and Tibet.
  • Full board
  • Accommodation in Tea-house/Lodge.

Day 09: Excursion to Langshisa Kharka. A 6 hours trek

Today we walk till the last mountain barrier with Tibet. The trail till Langshisa Kharga is flat and Panoramic surrounded by beautiful mountain peaks and valley. It takes about 6 hours to go and come back, with a packed lunch, but the scenery is exceptional. We are surrounded by high and beautiful peaks and the views while going to Langshisa and back are extremely beautiful and relaxing.
  • Full board
  • Accommodation in Tea-house/Lodge.

Day 10: Trek to Lama Hotel. A 6 hours trek

After a marvellous time around scenic, beautiful Langtang Valley at Kyanjin, the walk leads back to the same route following a downhill path to Lama Hotel, the distance which we made in two days. The views are beautifully quite different, an excellent opportunity to experience its every aspect.

Note: There are option of flying back with a short panoramic helicopter flight with a supplement charge. A helicopter carry maximum 6 people in a flight.
  • Full board
  • Accommodation in Tea-house/Lodge.

Day 11: Trek to Syabrubesi. A 5 hours trek

From Lama Hotel, the last day walks follow downhill into the dense forest area and reach at River Side, with several tea-houses. Crossing a bridge then traverse over the hill to a junction to Thulo Syabru village and another down to Shyabru Beshi village.

From this point, the trail descends to Langtang river and walk down to Shyabrubeshi by the river bank through a beautiful forest area, a full of monkeys. Cross over the bridge, and you are back to Shyabru, the trek starting and ending point.
  • Full board
  • Accommodation in Tea-house/Lodge.

Day 12: Drive to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel. A 6 hours drive

From Syabrubensi we drive back the same way to Dhunche and then downhill to reach warmer areas of Trisuli Bazaar, where we will stop for lunch. Reach to Kathmandu and get distributed to the rooms. The rest of the evening is free for rest and refreshments.
  • Breakfast and Lunch included
  • Accommodation in the Hotel.

Day 13: Kathmandu

A free day or optionally take a guided city tour. The trip is over. In the evening we enjoy farewell dinner in one of the best local restaurant in Kathmandu.
  • Breakfast included.
  • Accommodation in the Hotel.

Day 14: Departure

Have breakfast and have some relaxing free time for yourself. At the indicated time, our office representative and vehicle will arrive at your hotel to escort you to the airport. Drive to Kathmandu international airport (TIA), you will go through the immigration formalities and departure.
  • Breakfast included.


NUMBER IN GROUP 3-Star Hotels 4-Star Hotels
1 Person 1650$ 1886$
2 - 3 Persons 1207$ 1327$
4 - 5 Persons 1140$ 1260$
6 - 7 Persons 1102$ 1222$
8- 10 Persons 1054$ 1174$
Single room supplement 165$ 285$
CITIES 3-Star Hotels 4-Star Hotels
KATHMANDU Marshyangdi or similar Hotel Shanke or Malla
DURING TREK Teahouse (Lodge) Teahouse (Lodge)

What is included

  • Airport pick up and departure services as per itinerary
  • 4-nights of hotel accommodation in Kathmandu on twin sharing basis, breakfast included
  • Kathmandu to Shyabrubeshi transportation by a 4x4 Jeep/Landcruiser.
  • A guide, a Sherpa helper for groups of above 6 persons in group, and one porter between every two members for the entire trekking period.
  • TIMS and Langtang National Park entry permits.
  • Trekking period accommodation in teahouse (lodes) on full board basis – open menu.
  • A good sleeping bag for each member.
  • A trekking map in group and a trekking duffel bag for each member (if required)
  • A pair of a trekking pole for each member.
  • A satellite mobile phone for communication in an emergency.
  • A small medical kit box for first aid medical purpose.
  • Shyabrubeshi to Kathmandu transportation by a 4x4 Jeep/Landcruiser.
  • Insurance and expenses of all local staff.

What is not included

  • Travel insurance (Should include helicopter evacuation and cancellation eventualities as well)
  • International air tickets.
  • Nepal entry visa and visa fee (One can apply on arrival to Kathmandu airport).
  • Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Personal expenses.
  • Alcoholic and mineral beverages during the trek.
  • Other charges such as usage of internet, telephone, laundry services.
  • Tips for Nepali staff/porters and those, not mentioned in the above price include section.


Nepal has four primary seasons:
1. Winter: December–February
2. Spring: March-May
3. Summer: June–August
4. Autumn: September – November

General Weather:
The best season to Travel Nepal is from mid-September to mid-December or from the end of February to the end of May. June to August are rainy months for Nepal and December to February are winter months, but each season has its richness.

During the summer month, the jungles will be lush to the rain forest, and the rivers will swell, the lowlands or the fields of the hills will be full of rice and other crops. During summer month Japanese tourists and from other countries, loving the high Himalaya flower, comes to sight flowers. And most of the tourist willing to travel to Tibet comes from May to mid-October. And we also have a lot of Spanish tourists touring and trekking in Nepal in these months.

During summer months the parts of Terai may see with flood and travelling during these months is hot and temperature may reach around 38 degrees, but during this time the Indian tourists visit Nepal to escape the heat in their lowlands.

During winter months the part of Terai will be misty and may find under winter mist until late morning (11 a.m.). In this season, the southern lowlands of the country get beautifully decorated with mustard flowers and Papaya in ripe.

The end of February to mid-May is the best time for fauna and flora both in the mountains and in Terai. During this time, one may find a lot of rhododendron flower, magnolia, wild orchids, and birdlife. The weather mostly remains fine in all parts of Nepal.

January February is winter, and from the end of January to February, the high passes in the mountain valley will be in the snow. During this time, the temperature around the Everest Base camp will be -17 to -30 degrees (after sunset to before sunrise). During day time will be around 5 to 11 degree and more if sunny. Nepal is a sunny country, so the temperature, even full winter, is much better than some European countries and in America and in Canada. Many of them from those countries travel to Nepal to escape their cold weather and to enjoy the sunny Himalaya Panorama.

This itinerary could be taken all year round.

Spring season:
March to May is the second-best trekking season in Nepal with long daylight period. The mid-hill starting from 1,400 to 3,800 metres is generally beautiful with a lot of Rhododendron flowers, magnolia and full of wild orchids. It is also the best time to enjoy the bird and wildlife in all parts of Nepal and famously in its nature reserves such as Chitwan and Bardia National Parks. It is also the primary mountaineering season, and more than 600 climbers reach to Everest Basecamp targeting the summit of Everest. Bright days remain hazy and may expect some thunders and light rains in the lowland and light hailing all around the country. The temperature remains -5 at Everest Basecamp to 32 degrees in the Terai belt.

Summer season:
June to August is monsoon season of Nepal, the most important natural phenomena to recharge the mountains, hills to terrains, feeding with a tremendous amount of snow and rainwater. The primary rainy months are July and August and may expect daily rains after a late afternoon with heavy rains in the night. In this season of the year, the forest turns to lush rain forests; rivers get swelled to its full to destructive strength. The southern lowland of the country, known as Terai, may suffer from the flood. Low land to hill terraces gets attractive with full of crops, and the high land valley gets carpeted with colourful flowers and beautiful streams. During these months, from on May, people travelling to Tibet including Mount Kailash from Nepal flock to its capital Kathmandu. Indian tourist and others living in the hot-lowlands enjoy travelling to Nepal to escape the heat in their parts. Japanese and many other tourists arrive in these months to sight rare flowers and butterflies of the Himalayas. Summertime is also the best time to trek in the areas of Mugu, Upper Dolpo, Lower Dolpo, Manaslu and Tsum Valley, Naar-Phu and Upper Mustang regions. In this time of the year falls several important festivals such as Janai Purnima, Gaijatra, Gaura Parba, Shree Krishna Janmasthami, Teej, Rishi Panchami, Dumjee, Indra Jatra, Sakadawa, and Tiji etc. The temperature remains 17 to 35 degrees, and the average temperature remains 22 degrees.

Autumns season:
September to November is the most stable weather season in Nepal, characterised by crystal clear blue skies and very little precipitation. Autumn is the most travelled season to Nepal, especially to enjoy the crystal-clear mountain sceneries. Autumn season is a prosperous time; the country collects all its corps. During autumn/fall, several important festivals such as Dashain, Tihar, and mask dance festivals such as Manirimdu in Chiwang monastery and Tengboche monastery of Everest Region. The temperature starts dropping from mid-October and remains 0 to 22 degrees.

Winter season:
December to February is generally the coldest months, temperature ranging minimum 0 to -2 degree in Kathmandu (after sunset to before sunrise) to -17 to -30 degrees at Everest Basecamp (after sunset to before sunrise), the winter's bitterest cold with short daylight period. Above 1,500 metres the day remain sunny and night sky remain crystal clear enabling to count stars. The southern lowland of the country, known as Terai, and other lowland deep valleys remains under a misty cloud until late morning (11 a.m.). In this season, the southern lowlands of the country get beautifully decorated with mustard flowers and Papaya in ripe. From the mid of January, frequent snowfall could expect in the hilly regions above 2,700 metres and into the deep mountain valleys. Wintertime is still an ideal time to visit Nepal; the mountain sceneries are wider all around the Himalayas, and the famous destination such as Everest and Annapurna with less tourist. The temperature is still much more favourable than of many western countries. The night time temperature remains -17 to -30 degree (Everest BC) to -0 to -2 degrees in Kathmandu (sunset to sunrise). The day time temperature remains -5 degree (Everest BC) to 8 to 15 degrees in Kathmandu.


Where do we sleep?
In Kathmandu, we stay in comfortable 3-5-star hotels with private en suite bathrooms. While on trek we stay at Nepalese lodges which offer welcoming but straightforward accommodation and wonderful traditional hospitality. Lodges typically have one large communal room where you can sit and take meals, and there is an adjoining kitchen where you can order your food and drinks. Bedrooms are twin bedded with or without private bathroom, and dormitories with shared bathrooms.

What Equipment do I need?
You will need to bring appropriate warm outdoor clothing and a good pair of walking boots. A complete equipment list gets supplied when you sign up. Many of the necessary items can be purchased or rented in Kathmandu so don’t worry if you can’t buy everything where you live. The guides will check your equipment and clothing before departing from Kathmandu, so if anything is missing, there will be time to obtain anything necessary.

Can I arrive early or extend my stay?
Yes, you can! All you need to do is to tell us what your flight details are and how many extra nights you need and we will book your hotel accordingly. Additionally, if you would like to arrange a program of activities either before or perhaps after the trek, there are a range of options to choose from including the jungle safari at Chitwan national park, or perhaps white water rafting on one of Nepal’s spectacular rivers such as the Sun Kosi. The Kathmandu has several not to miss UNESCO World heritage sites and to visit all of them with time require at least 3-5 days.

Do we join a group during trekking?
No, we do not join/mix groups in Nepal unless you come as a group. The numbers of persons coming together with you are a group and served privately.

Can I have a single room?
Yes, you can! There is a single room occupancy supplement indicated in the price list.

What about insurance?
It is a condition of joining the trek that you have insurance in place which will cover you for the costs of medical treatment, cancellations, emergency rescue and repatriation to your home country. You must ensure that it provides cover for trekking to altitudes above 4000 metres and includes helicopter rescue. We do not sell insurance scheme so requires to manage on your own.

Do I need a visa?
Yes, you do. Everyone needs to get a visa for Nepal, but you can obtain it on arrival at Kathmandu airport. You will need to bring two passport photos and the appropriate visa fee, which is the US $30 for 15 days, US $50 for up to 30 days, and the US $125 for 90 days. Your passport must be valid for at least six months from the date of entry to Nepal.

How fit do I need to be?
Anyone who is in reasonable shape and good health can accomplish this trek. Some days will be harder than others, but none require much more than 5 or 6 hours of walking each day, with a leisurely lunch stop to break up the day. There is no rush or need to ‘keep up’, and you are free to walk at your own pace. We would recommend that you undertake some form of simple training in advance of the trek, such as a 30-minute walk each evening for a few weeks before the start of the trek. Another exercise, such as swimming, bicycling and playing tennis, is also ideal.

Do I have to carry my pack?
We use porters to carry the majority of our equipment so daily you need only take a very light day pack which should contain no more than the camera, water-bottle, a selection of snacks and a warm or waterproof jacket. Everything else needs to pack into a large duffle bag which will be given to a porter each morning. The kitbag will be carried by the porter each day and delivered to your lodge room each afternoon. You need to make sure you have everything you need for the day before giving your bag to the porter as it can be difficult to access while trekking.

Will I be affected by altitude?
Most of the trek takes place at lower altitudes where you are unlikely to notice anything other than mild shortness of breath at the beginning of the trek. As the days go by, you will gain acclimatisation and feel more adjusted to the higher altitudes. The Kyangjin Village at 3,830 metres is the highest elevation where we spend two nights but it is the permanent village, where people live all year around. The Tsergo-Ri at 4,984 metres, a viewpoint above Kyangjin Village, is the highest elevation that we reach but we cover this in a day excursion. If you experience symptoms of altitude that does not go away, you will be accompanied by one of our Sherpas to a lower elevation, where you should quickly recover.

What currency do we need to pay for everything?
It would be best if you had Nepali currency, to pay for everything, which you can convert after you arrive in Kathmandu. You can bring in euro or dollar or any convertible foreign currency.

What kind of transport are we going to get?
A comfortable, full air-conditioned tourist vehicle (Car/Van/HiAce/JeepBus) as required by the numbers of persons travelling together in Kathmandu. And 4x4 Jeeps for between Kathmandu and Shyabrubeshim the trek starting and ending point.

How much extra money should we allow on top of the package?
Most of the major expenses are included in the trekking package, please check what is include and what is not included section. Still, you will need some extra money to bear the expenses such as meals in Kathmandu and bottled drinks during the trek (Mineral water/Coke/Beer/Juice). In general, please, allow about 300$ per person which should be sufficient and some more or less as per personal habits while in a trip.

What about the guide?
We provide government-certified local guides in any major international language you require. The guides are not only fluent in the respective language, but also have a good experience of the local culture and geography.

Do I need vaccinations to travel Nepal?
No vaccination is required to travel to Nepal, but we suggest to consult with your doctor before travelling. You can get a vaccination in Kathmandu/Pokhara but it is more comfortable if you get them before you travel.

How do I sign up?
All bookings need to be made through Annapurna Treks & Expeditions Pvt. Ltd. and to secure your place we will require a non-refundable deposit of minimum US $200 or as indicated in the booking and payment conditions section.

Payment Options:
1. Bank Transfer -this is our preferred method. Payments in US Dollars should be sent to the following account:

Account Name: Annapurna Treks & Expedition
Bank Name: Nepal Investment Bank
Bank Address: Durbar Marg, Kathmandu, Nepal, PO. Box 3412
Account number: 001 611710T
Swift Code No.: NIBLNPKT

2. Payment by a Card - payments can only be processed in Nepalese rupees (NPR), so if you wish to pay by card, we will convert the dollar amount to a Nepalese Rupees equivalent at the prevailing exchange rate. Card payment is accepted only on your arrival into the country. There will be a 3.5% service fee on top.

Booking Payment Conditions

Booking and payment conditions
As soon as we have your Booking, with a specific program and more or less number in the group, we will release an invoice of 200$ per person for the confirmation deposit.

1. The final confirmation will require at least three months in advance of the tours commence with 50% of the tour payment.
2. The final and total payment will require at least 25-days before the program commences.
3. The banking transaction charges of each time payment will be needed to be borne by the sender, and a net amount of the total amount will require deposited in the company account.

Trip Cancellation
To compensate the administrative charges, and other expenses in dealing with the booking process, the following cancellation fees will be charged.

  • Cancellation after the confirmation - loss of the deposit
  • Cancellation 45-days before trip commences - 20% of the total cost
  • Cancellation 25-days before trip commences - 50% of the total cost
  • Cancellation less than 21-days before the trip commences - 70% of the total cost
  • Cancellation after arrival or during the trip - 100% of the total cost
We, Annapurna Treks & Expeditions Pvt. Ltd., accept responsibility for ensuring that the services booked with us are as close as possible to the itinerary outfitted in our mutual understanding. You agree and understand that it may be necessary to adjust the program due to unforeseen factors. In such a case, the group leader and sirdar/guide, in the team, will make the final decision.

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