Trekking in the Himalayas

Did you ever dream of seeing the magnificence of the Himalayan range with your own eyes? Feeling the energy and the overwhelming beauty of the mountains?

We want to make your dream come true. Focusing on custom making quality trips for all nature lovers and yogis out there, we want to show you the beauty of the true Nepal. We want to take you off the beaten track and show you the authentic culture, the heartwarming hospitality and the rugged magnificence off the Himalayas. If you want to combine your journey into the mountains with a deepening of your yoga practice we would love to share our passion for the yogic lifestyle with you. If you want more cultural experiences or adrenaline rush, our aim is to make your exploration of Nepal into YOUR unique journey. Special made for your dreams to come true.

What is needed from you? If you want to go trekking in the Himalayas we recommend you have an average physical health and some regular physical activity before coming to Nepal. Treks can off course be custom made to suit you and you preferred level of activity, but it will for sure be a nicer walk with good health. We can also arrange yoga retreats without trekking if you prefer a focus on yoga only, or it can be included with other activities Nepal has to offer, like cultural aspects, jungle safaris, glamping, climbing etc. These are only a few things that can be experienced in magical Nepal.

A suggested adventure – example of a trip itinerary (this is just one option out of many different treks and routes in Nepal, if you want 4 days or 40 days we will create the perfect journey to suit your interests)

Trekking area: Langtang National park with Gosaikunda Lake
Trip type: Tea house yoga trek
Highest point: 4380 m / Optional 5150 m
Grade: Moderate
Starts: Kathmandu
Ends: Kathmandu
Trip duration: 15 nights / 16 days

Sir Edmund Hillary, the first man to conquer Everest once said; “Its not the mountain we conquer but ourselves”. In this adventure we combine the challenge of the mountains with the yoga journey, exploring the path into the remote and spectacular Valley of Langtang, with an even more spectacular journey within. The highlights are many; cultural aspects, the daily life of Tamang people; the ethnic group residing in Langtang valley, traditional villages, gompas, monasteries and the holy Gosaikunda Lake, an important pilgrimage destination for Hindus. The landscapes are highly varied from dense rhododendron & pine forest, to snow covered peaks and glaciers. Surrounded by peaceful Himalayan giants; Langtang Ri, Langtang Lirung, Dorje Lakpha, Ganesh Himal Range, Gang Chenpo, Yala Peak, Langshisha Ri among others.

Yoga trekking route
Day 1 – 2 Kathmandu (1350 m)
Day 3 Kathmandu (1350 m) – Syabru Besi (1550 m) 7 hrs drive
Day 4 Syabru Besi (1550 m) – Sherpagong (2550 m) 4 – 6hrs trek
Day 5 Sherpagong (2550 m) – Teahouse before Ghoda Tabela (2900 m) 4 – 6 hrs trek
Day6 Teahouse before Ghoda Tabela (2900 m) – Langtang village (3430 m) 2 -4 hrs trek
Day 7 Langtang village (3430 m) – Kyanjin Gompa (3870 m) w/ Kyanjin Ri (4773 m)* 3 – 4 hrs +3 – 4 hrs trek
Day 8 Kyanjin Gompa (3870 m), rest day or Tsergo Ri (5150 m)* 6 – 8 hrs return
Day 9 Kyanjin Gompa (3870 m) – Lama Hotel (2470 m) 5 – 7 hrs trek
Day 10 Lama Hotel (2470 m) – Thulo syabru (2260 m) 5 – 7 hrs trek
Day 11 Thulo Syabru (2260 m) – Chandan Bari (3300 m) 4 – 6 hrs trek
Day 12 Chandan Bari (3300 m) – Gosaikunda (4380) 5 – 7 hrs trek
Day 13 Gosaikunda (4380) – Sing Gompa (3300 m) 4 – 6 hrs trek
Day 14 Sing Gompa (3300 m) – Dunche (1950) 4 – 6 hrs trek
Day 15 Dunche (1950) – Kathmandu (1350) 5 – 6 hrs drive
Day 16 Kathmandu farewell

Example daily schedule
– Early wakeup
– (occasional pranayama/kriya)
– Asana practice
– Breakfast
– Trekking w/small breaks (occasional meditation or other practice)
– Lunch
– Trekking w/small breaks
– Occasional Yoga session/workshop (Meditation/philosophy/asana/relaxation/pranayama/etc.)
– Dinner
– Bedtime

LANGTANG – our recommended area of exploration
Why Langtang national park?
 

Located north of Kathmandu valley, bordering Tibet, Langtang national park was the first Himalayan national park of Nepal. Langtang is rich in breathtaking views, alpine forest and traditional culture. The variety of climate zones that are found within the park allows you to experience subtropical forest to rough rugged landscapes. wedged between 6000 – 7000 meters high peaks.
 
It is a less visited area so it offers a gentle pace and authentic culture with heartwarming hospitality among stunning views. Even though the area is less visited then Annapurna and Everest region there is tea houses available along the whole route which simplifies regarding accommodation and food. The best thing of all is to be in the presence of such heartwarming people, truly experience their culture. Langtang region suffered major loss from the earthquake in 2015, and need trekkers to visit their tea houses now more then ever to enable them to rebuild their homes and livelihoods. Prepare yourself for a truly spectacular experience, humbled by human spirit and overwhelmed by mother nature.

Within Langtang we will make our way up to Kyanjin gompa, with some optional peaks from there, and further on to Gosaikunda lake. For our route see our overview under upcoming yogatreks, or contact us to see more detailed information in our catalog.

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