Trip Facts
durationTrip Duration 9 Days
regionRegion Langtang Treks
countryCountry Nepal
groupsizeGroup Size 1 To 15 Person
arrivalArrival On Kathmandu
departureDeparture From Kathmandu
seasonBest Season March To May And Sept To Nov
altitudeMax Altitude 4310M
difficult-icon Difficult Trekking is both moderate and difficult. Altitude you reach is around 4000-5500 meters. Hike about 6 hours per day and requires to be physically fit and acclimatization is required.

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Helambu Trek Overview

Getting out of the hustle and bustle environment has been one of the desired moments for people nowadays because of their busy lives. Just a break for a week outside this kind of environment gets the job done for most people. So as we are talking about the break, it is usual that we discuss outdoor adventures, particularly trekking adventures. Trekking adventures can particularly last from weeks to months. But depending upon the length and duration of the destination, the trek adventure can be less than a week. While talking about the trek journey of less than a week, we generally consider the treks that are closer to Kathmandu Valley. And among those treks, the Helambu trek is one of several treks that may be completed in a week.

Particularly, the Helambu trek is one of the treks that have close proximity to Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. Unlike the other remote treks, Helambu can be reached within a few hours’ drive, making it an accessible choice for trekkers with limited time. Eventually, this convenience allows you to dive into the Langtang region and experience the Himalayas without the need for extensive travel, which ultimately makes it an excellent option for a short and memorable adventure.

What makes the Helambu trek special?

Furthermore, the trek’s less moderate difficulty level also ensures that it caters to a broad range of trekkers. The trek can be joined easily by beginner trekkers with their families. Eventually, the effort and determination they put into this trek will be paid off by the beautiful views of snow-capped peaks like Langtang Lirung, Ganesh Himal, Rolwaling, Jugal Himal, Dorje Lakpa, and Gauri Shankar.

Not only the mountains, but you’ll also get a wonderful chance to see some uncommon birds and animals as the interesting Helambu route is part of Langtang National Park. Along with this abundant natural heritage, you will also get the opportunity to see historic Buddhist monasteries, gompas, chortens, and mani walls, which will heighten your spiritual experience and make your journey even more memorable and special.

Trip Highlights:

  • Admire the incredible views of the Himalayan peaks such as Ganesh Himal, Dorje Lakpa, Langtang Lirung, Gaurishankar, and others.
  • Explore the area's oldest and biggest named Gekye Gompa.
  • Enjoy the convenience of a short drive from Kathmandu to Sundarijal trailhead.
  • Explore the ancient villages and rituals of the Tamang and Sherpa peoples as you get fully immersed in their diverse cultures.
  • Discover Chisapani's stunning spot to witness the breathtaking views of the landscapes.
  • Explore thick and vivid rhododendron forests.
  • Visit historic Buddhist temples that consist of beautiful artwork and prayer flags.
  • Discover a wide variety of plants and animals at the Langtang National Park.
  • Take beautiful pictures of the Himalayan scenery and cultural celebrations.
  • Enjoy Nepali food while staying in cozy teahouses or guesthouses.
  • Visit the Guru Rinpoche caves in the villages of Melamchi.

From where does the Helambu Trek begin?

So basically, the Helambu Trek starts from the charming town of Sundarijal which is located on the northeastern outskirts of Kathmandu. Sundarijal serves as the primary gateway to the Helambu region, and its accessibility makes it an ideal starting point for trekkers seeking this remarkable Himalayan adventure. From Kathmandu, it would take trekkers approximately 15 km (9 mph) distance trip to reach Sundarijal.

While going for this short drive to Sundari Jal, trekkers will get the chance to enjoy the beautiful scenery, capture a peek at rural life, and appreciate the beauty of the Nepalese countryside for the first time. Sundarijal itself provides basic facilities for trekkers, including accommodations, teahouses, and small shops where you can stock up on supplies and snacks before embarking on your trekking adventure.

Soon after moving forward here, trekkers will find the official trailhead of the Helambu Trek in Sundarijal. They can also see the proper signboards and information on the path. Then after a few moments, the guide will point out that the adventure is going to begin. But before setting out, make sure you have all of the required permits, such as the Langtang National Park entry permit in your bag.

As you start the journey, you will follow the trekking route from Sundarijal which will progressively ascend through the scenic Shivapuri National Park, where beautiful forests, cascading waterfalls, and a peaceful environment will greet you. Therefore, overall all we have to say is that Sundarijal’s strategic location and accessibility make it the perfect starting point for the Helambu Trek, offering a seamless transition from the bustling streets of Kathmandu to the serene landscapes which ultimately leads you to your destination in perfect way.

When should you do the Helambu trek for the best experience?

The Helambu Trek in Nepal is a fantastic adventure that goes through the tropical forests, beautiful valleys, and meadows which then ultimately lets you explore the Himalayan region. So, to have the best experience in such kind of environment, it’s crucial for you to consider certain things that will make your journey unforgettable. So the things to be considered before planning the trek are-

Weather and Seasons

The best time to do the Helambu Trek is during the pre-monsoon (spring) and post-monsoon (autumn) seasons. And in these times, most of the trekkers arrive to do this trek. Here’s why:

Spring (March to May):

This is the peak trekking season in Nepal. The weather is generally stable, and the temperatures are moderate. The entire region comes alive with different blooming rhododendrons and other wildflowers, creating a colorful and picturesque landscape. The skies are clear, offering excellent views of the mountains. Normally in this season, the temperature remains moderate from 10 to 20 degrees in the daytime which makes it perfect for trekking.

Autumn (September to November):

This is another ideal time for the Helambu Trek. The monsoon rains have cleared the skies, and the air is crisp and dry. The visibility is excellent, providing breathtaking views of the Himalayan peaks. If you trek in this season, you will get to meet fellow trekkers with you while trekking. Similar to spring, the conditions here remain moderate and the temperature remains 10 to 20 degrees for the daytime. Also note that while trekking this season, you have to plan and both light and warm clothes as the night remain cool with high winds.

Avoid Monsoon (June to August):

The region commonly sees a lot of rain from June through August during the monsoon season. So the trail generally becomes slippery, leech-infested, and sometimes impassable due to landslides. For that reason, we do not recommend trekking during this period.

Winter (December to February):

While winter trekking is possible in the Helambu region, you should keep in mind that the temperatures can drop dramatically at higher altitudes. The trails may also be covered in snow, making trekking more challenging. Meanwhile, if you’re well-prepared for cold weather, it can be a peaceful and less crowded time to visit.

Festivals and Cultural Considerations

If you’re interested in experiencing the local culture, consider timing your trek to coincide with some of the region’s festivals, such as Dashain (usually in September or October) or Tihar (usually in October or November). These festivals offer a unique opportunity to witness traditional rituals, dances, and celebrations.

Crowds

Keep in mind that during the peak trekking seasons (spring and autumn), the trails and teahouses along the Helambu Trek can be crowded. So we advise you to book in advance to ensure a smooth and enjoyable journey.

For the finest Helambu Trek experience, We recommend you plan your journey for the spring (March to May) or autumn (September to November), when the weather is most pleasant and the scenery is at its most stunning. Be sure to check the exact dates of Nepalese festivals if you want to immerse yourself in the local culture. Avoid trekking during the monsoon season (June to August) due to heavy rains and difficult trail conditions. Further, if you’re prepared for cold weather trekking, winter (December to February) could also be your option.

Helambu Trek Itinerary

Walking Hours: 30 Minutes Driving

Meals Included: Welcome Dinner

Accommodation: 3 Star Standard Hotel

Max. Altitude: 1300M/4264FT

Welcome to the birthplace of Gautam Buddha and the country which hosts the world’s highest mountain Mt. Everest. After you arrive at the airport one of our representatives will be there to welcome you at the exit of the airport with your name printed on the paper. After you guys meet each other, you will get transferred to the hotel by private car. For a while, you will rest in the hotel, and later in the evening, we will invite you to have Nepali welcome cuisine in a traditional restaurant at Thamel with a dance show.  After having a nice dinner we will take you back to your hotel. Overnight at the hotel in Kathmandu.

Walking Hours: 6 Hours Sightseeing

Meals Included: Breakfast

Accommodation: 3 Star Standard Hotel

Max. Altitude: 1355M

Today is the day to explore the Unesco World Heritage sites of the valley. First, we will explore the Pashupatinath temple which is the holy site of Hindu people. It is also a cremation place for people who died in Kathmandu.

The second place we are gonna visit is the biggest Boudhnath stupa. It is one of the biggest stupas in the world. The third is the Kathmandu Durbar Square, which is the royal palace of the previous kings and is surrounded by lots of temples. This place is also the home of the living Goddess Kumari.

Eventually, the final point of this day trip is Swoyambhunath Stupa, which is also famous by the name of Monkey Temple. After visiting here, we will then return back and introduce you to your guide and brief you about trekking. Also, you will check your trekking gear and then you can decide to buy new or hire the gear if necessary. Overnight at a hotel in Kathmandu.

Walking Hours: 1 Hour Driving And 4 Hours Trekking

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, And Dinner

Accommodation: Tea House / Lodges

Max. Altitude: 2300M

Today is our first day of trekking. After breakfast in Kathmandu, we will drive by private car for around 1 hour to Sundarijal. Primarily, Sundari Jal is known as the starting point of Helambu trekking and Chisapani Nagarkot Trekking. Shortly after starting the trek, we will enter the Shivapuri National Park. Then continuing on, we will pass through Mulkharka where can see the beautiful flowers of Rhododendron and Oaks forests. Finally, walking for hours we will reach Chisapani, our overnight stay destination.

Walking Hours: 5 To 6 Hours Trekking

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, And Dinner

Accommodation: Tea House / Lodges

Max. Altitude: 2446M

After breakfast at Chisapani, our trail goes down to a small valley with a majestic mountain view. Here we will pass through the village of Pathi Nhyanjyang which mostly consists of Brahmin and Chettri communities. After a short while, we will start to ascend from there, and then comes Thakuna Bhyanjyang with the sherpa majority. Again from there, we will ascend to Chipling with stony steps and then to Jogin Hill. Here, you can take a break to enjoy the surrounding views. After Jogin Hill we will descend to Gul Bhanjyang with the surrounding views of the Nepali National flower” Rhododendron”.

As we soon reach the Tamang village, the trekking moves to the oak forest until Yurin Danda with the majestic Snow-capped Himalayan ranges of Langtang and Gosaikunda. Finally, we will then climb to Kutumsang and stay overnight there.

Walking Hours: 5 To 6 Hours Trekking

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, And Dinner

Accommodation: Tea House / Lodges

Max. Altitude: 3650M

Today after enjoying breakfast in Kutumsang we will move towards the Therapati. The premier trail is steeply uphill through the Rhododendron Forests with streams and Meadow views. On the uphill, we can enjoy the prayer flags which are popular in Buddhist culture. We can see the Langtang Himalayan region’s gorgeous view from there. Enjoying the views, we will shortly arrive at Magen Goth, which just lies near to meadow and offers a fantastic view of the mountains. Finally, after ascending for a while, we will reach Therapati and stay overnight there.

Walking Hours: 5 To 6 Hours Trekking

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, And Dinner

Accommodation: Tea House / Lodges

Max. Altitude: 2560M

We will enjoy our breakfast with the Spectacular view of Gosaikunda Mountain. Continuing the trek for the day, we will then descend with the view of Jugal Himal(the nearest mountain from Kathmandu) along the forests of Pine and Rhododendron. Thereafter, we will finally walk from the Helambu Valley and reach Melamchi village via Melamchi Khola. Here, you can explore Sherpa tradition and culture as it is the village of Sherpa people with a beautiful Gompa.

After exploring for a while in this village, we will descend through the trekking trails with numerous chortens and cross the suspension bridge at Melamchi Stream. Then we will reach the village of Nakote. After trekking for a while, we will reach our final destination Tarkeghyang. In this village, we can see a beautiful old gompa marked in the 18th century. Overnight at the lodge in Tarkeghyang.

Walking Hours: 5 To 6 Hours Trekking

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, And Dinner

Accommodation: Tea House / Lodges

Max. Altitude: 2610M

Today trekking is easy as compared to other day trekking. Particularly at first, we will trek through the forest to reach Helambu village. On the way to our destination, we will pass through a couple of villages like Parachin and Ganguly. After successfully passing through the villages we will reach Sermathyang, where you can explore the beautiful Sherpa village, Ancient Monasteries, and majestic snow Himalayan range of Jugal, Ganesh, Rolwaling, and, Gosaikunda. Overnight at the lodge in Sermathyang.

Walking Hours: 2 Hours Trek And Hours Driving

Meals Included: Breakfast And Lunch

Accommodation: 3 Star Standard Hotel

Max. Altitude: 1300M/4264FT

Today is our last day of the trek on the Helambu region and also the day to travel back to the city. Enjoying the trek through fields old villages and splendid mountain vistas, we reach Melamchi Bazaar. And finally, from there we will catch a bus and drive back to Kathmandu.

Approximately in the Evening, we will reach Kathmandu and we will let you take a rest for a short while. Later in the evening, our team will ask about your experience of trekking with feedback and also provide you with a certificate for your trek completion. Overnight at the hotel in Kathmandu.

Walking Hours: 30 Minutes Driving

Meals Included: Breakfast

Accommodation: None

Today is your last day in Nepal. Early in the morning, you can have your breakfast at the hotel and then head to buy some souvenirs for your friends and family if your time favors you. As your flight time approaches, our representatives will drop you at the Tribhuvan International Airport 3 hours before your flight. At this last moment, we will wave you the final goodbye and we will wish you all the best and a safe flight to your sweet home.

Helambu Trek Cost

  • Pick-up and drop-off services at the airport during your international arrival and departure.
  • Deluxe 3 star category accommodation in Kathmandu inclusive of breakfast according to itinerary.
  • Transportation by private vehicle from Kathmandu to Sundarijal and Melamchi(the end point of the trek) to Kathmandu.
  • Twin-sharing lodging in tea houses during your journey that fits with your plan.
  • Meals of full board during the trek (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with a cup of hot drinks).
  • One highly experienced, friendly, English-speaking, government-licensed trekking guide with salary, meals, accommodation, transportation, and insurance.
  • One strong porter with salary, meals, accommodation, transportation, and insurance.
  • Langtang National Park permits and Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) permits.
  • Down jacket, Four – seasonal sleeping bag, Duffel bag, and trekking map (duffel bag, down jacket and sleeping bag have to be returned after trip completion).
  • Complimentary welcome or farewell dinner in typical Nepali cultural restaurant.
  • All necessary paperwork, Government tax, and office services charges.
  • Additional assistant trekking guide if your group size is 6 or more than 6 persons.
  • First-aid Kits.
  • Certificate of your trek completion signed by our company manager and your trekking guide.
  • Dinner and Lunch in Kathmandu.
  • International flight charges.
  • Emergency evacuation and medical insurance charges.
  • Personal expenses like battery charges, internet charges, phone calls, laundry, hot and cold drinks, mineral and hot water, and hot shower charges.
  • Extra accommodation in Kathmandu rather than an itinerary.
  • Nepal Entry Visa Fees.
  • Tips and Gratitude for your staff like guides, porters, and drivers.
  • Cost arising by mishaps, natural calamities.
  • Services that are not mentioned in the service include sections.
  • Other meals and drinks rather than an itinerary.

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Facilities of Accommodation

As you arrive in Kathmandu, we will accommodate you in a luxury 3-star hotel located in the Kathmandu Valley. Here you will get all kinds of facilities to be comfortable. Anyways, if you are with a group then we will accommodate you in a single room with shared beds. However, if you are single and want to reside in a single separate room then we will arrange it for you. Therefore, upon arriving and leaving, you will stay for 3 days in total in Kathmandu.

Now coming to the point, accommodation in the trekking routes and in the Helambu region primarily consists of teahouses or lodges, which are essentially guesthouses that are designed to facilitate the trekkers. These teahouses offer basic but functional lodging options. Basically, the rooms are equipped with beds, typically twin or bunk beds, along with clean sheets, blankets, and pillows. While the facilities are straightforward in these accommodations, the focus is on providing a comfortable place for trekkers to rest after a day on the trail.

Bathroom & heating facilities

Taking about the Bathroom facilities, these teahouses have shared bathrooms and they vary upon on location and altitude. In lower-altitude areas, you might find Western-style toilets and more modern facilities. But as you ascend to higher elevations, you’re more likely to encounter squat or pit toilets, which are simple and functional and lack some of the comforts of modern plumbing.

While trekking in high altitudes, heating will be a special feature, especially in colder months or at higher altitudes. For that facility, many teahouses have wood-burning stoves or heaters in common areas and dining rooms. With the help of these heating sources, the trekkers will be able to combat the coldness of the Himalayan nights and relax in a warm and inviting atmosphere to socialize with fellow travelers.

It’s important to note that while these teahouses offer basic accommodation facilities, but however, we want to tell you that the level of comfort and services can vary according to lodges. You can expect simpler lodges with fewer amenities in more remote or higher-altitude locations.

However, the charm of teahouse trekking lies in the opportunity to experience the local culture and hospitality rather than the luxurious facilities. So try to feel the vibe and adjust according to the lifestyles of the locals.

Food and Drinks in Helambu Trek

While trekking the food and the supplements you take are the most important thing. As you trek through the Helambu region, you’ll have the opportunity to savor a range of Nepali and local dishes. Here are some of the foods and drinks you can expect to find along the Helambu trek:

Breakfast

  • Hot Beverage: You can start your day with a warm beverage, usually tea or coffee. In the higher elevations, you may also enjoy butter tea (suja) to boost your energy for the adventure.
  • Porridge or Cereal: A common breakfast option is a hot porridge made from ingredients like oats, wheat, or barley. You can add sugar, honey, or dried fruits for sweetness. Cereal with milk or yogurt will be your other option.
  • Bread and Eggs: Many teahouses and lodges offer freshly baked bread or toast. You can have it with butter, jam, or honey. Eggs (scrambled, fried, or boiled) are also a popular choice for a protein-packed breakfast.
  • Local Pancakes: You can also try local varieties of pancakes, which are made with buckwheat or other grains. They’re often served with honey or syrup.
  • Fresh Fruit: Depending on the season and availability, you may have access to fresh fruits like apples, bananas, or oranges.

Lunch

  • Dal Bhat Tarkari: While Dal Bhat Tarkari is a common dinner option, it can also be consumed for lunch. It’s a filling choice and provides the energy needed for continued trekking.
  • Noodle Soups: Various noodle soups, like thukpa or chowmein, are often available. They can be vegetarian or include meat options.
  • Sandwiches and Wraps: Some teahouses offer sandwiches or wraps filled with vegetables, cheese, or meat. These are convenient for a quick and easy lunch.
  • Sherpa Stew or Other Soups: Enjoy a hearty Sherpa stew or other local soups, which are perfect for warming up in the cooler evenings.
  • Momos: Savor delicious momos, which are dumplings filled with your choice of vegetables, chicken, or buff (water buffalo).
  • Grilled or Fried Dishes: Some teahouses offer grilled or fried meat or vegetables. These can be a tasty change of pace from rice and curry.
  • Snacks: Pack some trail mix, energy bars, or dried fruits to keep you energized during your midday break.

Dinner

Basically, the dinner items are also the same as the lunch items. Most probably, you will have rice meals (dal bhat), noodles, Momos, pasta, sandwiches, Potatoes, and Meat items. After finishing the meal, you can have additional desserts such as local pastries or cakes, if available.

Remember that the availability of certain dishes may vary from one teahouse to another, and it’s a good idea to ask your hosts for their recommendations and daily specials. Staying hydrated is also crucial, so make sure to drink plenty of water or herbal teas throughout the day to stay properly hydrated during your trek in the Helambu region.

Permits For Helambu Trek

Trekking in the Helambu region of Nepal typically requires two essential permits: the TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System) card and the Langtang National Park Entry Permit. Here is more detailed info about it.

TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System) Card: The TIMS card is designed to help ensure the safety and security of trekkers in Nepal. It collects information about trekkers and provides some level of insurance coverage in case of emergencies. There are two types of TIMS cards:

  • Individual TIMS Card: If you’re trekking independently, you’ll need an individual TIMS card.
  • Group TIMS Card: If you’re trekking with a group we will typically arrange a group TIMS card for your entire group.

Langtang National Park Entry Permit: Helambu trek is in the Langtang National Park region, and therefore, you’ll need a Langtang National Park Entry Permit. This permit allows you access to the national park and is essential for trekking within its boundaries.

Shivapuri National Park Entrance Fees: To Start the trek you will have to enter Shivapuri National Park from Sundarjial. Here also, they will take a certain amount of fees.

The permit fees may vary depending on your nationality and the time of year. With us, you don’t have to worry about any kind of permit process as we will do it for you. You just have to provide some details and documents. Keep in mind that regulations can change, and you may encounter additional checkpoints along the trekking route where you’ll be required to show your permits.

Packing suggestions for the Helambu Trek

When preparing for the Helambu Trek, it’s important to pack wisely to ensure your comfort and safety. Here are some packing suggestions:

Clothing:

  • Thermal Base Layers: 2 sets (tops and bottoms) for wearing under your other clothing.
  • Long-Sleeve Shirts: 2-3 lightweight, moisture-wicking shirts for layering.
  • Hiking Pants: 2 pairs, including convertible pants if you prefer them.
  • Warm Layers (Fleece/Softshell): 1-2 depending on the season.
  • Waterproof Jacket: 1, for rain and wind protection.
  • Hat and Gloves: 1 of each for warmth and protection.
  • Undergarments: Several pairs, depending on the length of your trek (2-3 pairs is a reasonable estimate).

Footwear:

  • Hiking Boots: Sturdy, comfortable, waterproof hiking boots with good ankle support are essential.
  • Socks:
    Hiking Socks: 3 pairs. Look for moisture-wicking, cushioned hiking socks.
    Liner Socks: 2-3 pairs to reduce friction and prevent blisters.

Gear:

  • Backpack: A comfortable and durable daypack or trekking backpack to carry your essentials.
  • Trekking Poles: Adjustable trekking poles for added stability on steep or uneven terrain.
  • Sleeping Bag: A warm sleeping bag suitable for the season. Check the weather conditions for your trekking dates.
  • Sleeping Pad: An insulated sleeping pad for extra comfort and warmth.

Accessories:

  • Water Bottles: Bring a reusable water bottle and a way to purify water (like a water filter or purification tablets).
  • Headlamp/Flashlight: Essential for navigating in the dark or in case of power outages.
  • Sun Protection: Sunglasses, sunblock, and a wide-brimmed hat to protect against the strong sun at higher altitudes.
  • Toiletries: Pack a small toiletry kit with essentials like soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, and toilet paper.
  • First Aid Kit: A basic first aid kit with essentials like bandages, antiseptic, and any personal medications.

Documents:

  • Permits: Ensure you have all the necessary permits and documents required for the trek.
  • Identification: Carry your passport, travel insurance, and emergency contact information.

Electronics:

  • Camera: If you’re into photography, bring your camera and extra batteries.
  • Chargers: Don’t forget chargers for your electronics and a portable power bank.

Miscellaneous:

  • Cash: While some places on the trail accept cards, it’s a good idea to carry some cash in Nepalese Rupees.
  • Chargers: Don’t forget chargers for your electronics and a portable power bank.
  • Snacks: High-energy snacks like granola bars, nuts, and dried fruit can be handy.
  • Trekking Map/Guidebook: Trekking map or guidebook for reference.

Remember that it’s essential to pack light, as you’ll be carrying your gear while trekking. Many items can be purchased or rented in Kathmandu or local towns if needed. Be prepared for varying weather conditions, and make sure your clothing and gear are appropriate for the season in which you plan to trek. For more additional information, you are welcome to consult with us for the most up-to-date information on packing and trek conditions.

Information on the medical facilities available along the trek

Medical facilities along the Helambu Trek in Nepal are limited and generally basic. You can find local health posts, clinics, and small pharmacies in some of the larger villages, offering first aid and treatment for common health issues. However, these facilities may not be equipped to handle more serious medical issues.

So, it’s advisable to stock up on essential medications and medical supplies in Kathmandu before beginning the trek. Along with that, comprehensive travel insurance is also highly recommended to cover potential medical emergencies. So, before embarking on the Helambu Trek, it’s essential to be aware of the limited medical facilities in the area and take precautions to prevent common trekking-related health issues. With us, you will be traveling with a guide or trekking group with basic medical knowledge necessary medications, and first aid supplies.

Conclusion

Finally, we have to say that the Helambu trek is one of the best choices to go in and soak between the hills and mountains. It is definitely an enchanting journey through the heart of the Himalayas offering a unique blend of natural beauty, cultural richness, and a sense of adventure. Further, we have to also say that it is an excellent choice for those seeking an authentic and less-crowded trekking experience in Nepal. So all we wanna say is, get in shape and come with excitement and utmost determination to complete this special trek in the Himalayas.

On top of that, the Mission Himalaya team is constantly offering our clients all we have to offer. We would like to invite you on this unforgettable journey with us as we go through the mountainous adventure in the Langtang region. Remember that we are always available to help you, whether you are an experienced explorer or are seeking to do your first adventure trip.

If you have any questions or issues, you may contact us by phone at +977-9841965533 or by telephone at +977-14700252. As an alternative, you may get in touch with us by sending an email to info@missionhimalayatreks.com or leaving a WhatsApp message. We hope to see you soon. Happy trekking!

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Trip Facts
durationTrip Duration 9 Days
regionRegion Langtang Treks
countryCountry Nepal
groupsizeGroup Size 1 To 15 Person
arrivalArrival On Kathmandu
departureDeparture From Kathmandu
seasonBest Season March To May And Sept To Nov
altitudeMax Altitude 4310M
difficult-icon Difficult Trekking is both moderate and difficult. Altitude you reach is around 4000-5500 meters. Hike about 6 hours per day and requires to be physically fit and acclimatization is required.

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