Trekking to the Langtang region.

Trekking to the Langtang region.

Posted Jan 21st, 2013 under Trip Report,

 

Mr. and Mrs. Vestergaard through our  exclusive country partner Kipling Travel spent three weeks with Explore Himalaya during their trekking expeditions to Samari and Langtang. The Danish couple arrived Nepal on April 17, 2012. They trekked for 16 days in the mid-hills of Samari and in the well-known trekking region Langtang. The trek covered holy Kyanjin Gompa, Gosainkunda and Sundarijal.

Prior to the trek, the couple had one free day at Kathmandu. Kathmandu is an ancient city which offers maximum historical, cultural and religious heritage sites despite of  hustles and bustles. A free day in Kathmandu has a tight schedule if the visitors wanted to visit all the UNESCO heritage sites. However, wondering in the streets of typical Thamel could be beneficial to have instant correct perception on the valued sites to visit on this Himalayan nation.

The long trekking trial began at Samari. Covering the mesmerizing views via Changtang and Ghore tabela couple trekked to Langtang land. Around Langtang, there are several beautiful places to visit. Langtang National Park, Kyanjin Gompa, Sing Gompa and Gosainkunda are the major attractions in the region. The couple made their presence to all these sites during the trek. Heading south east the couple arrived at Sundarijal at the last day of their trek.

After, the celebrated vacation in the Langtang region, the couple decided for one more free day at Kathmandu. They explored around the remaining sites in the valley. They enjoyed the entire stay in Nepal to the fullest. They had several experiences during the tour. They had cultural and historical encounters in the city, while they met the rawness in nature in the remote Himalayas.

With beautiful memories and felicitating us with pleasing smiles on their faces, Explore Himalaya escorted them to the airport for their departure on May 6, 2012.

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