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Food And Accommodations In Langtang Valley Trek

Food And Accommodations In Langtang Valley Trek

Langtang Himal trek can indeed be called an underrated trekking destination in Nepal. Along with the awe-inspiring views of the mountains, the melody of cascading waterfalls, and the thrills of experiencing typical Nepalese culture make it an exemplary destination. Just to add more, it’s also a well-infrastructure route- a perfect fit for the comfortable and yet remote experience of the mountains and villages of Nepal. We will learn about the accommodation In Langtang Valley.

Did you know that the Langtang trek cost is also absolutely low, making it a very affordable experience? 

While we can keep on rattling about how fantastic the Langtang Valley trek is, this article is mainly about the foods in Langtang and accommodation during the tour. And, we shall also be discussing the telephone, Wi-Fi, and internet in Langtang. So let’s dive right in, shall we?

Food In Langtang

Warm/ healthy food and a comfortable Hotels in Langtang Valley Trek are essential for making your tour safe and fun. And if you are foody, the Langtang Valley Trek is a perfect opportunity to savor the traditional food of Nepal made with special spices. The menu is set by the local trekking committee and is identical for all places from Syabrusi to Kyanging Gompa. Let’s view some options for food in Langtang and then we shall learn about the Accommodation In Langtang Valley.

Read for Langtang Trek Cost.

1. Breakfast In Langtang Trek

breakfast in langtang trek

Well, breakfast is the day’s most important meal, and you gotta have it complete. The tea houses serve breakfast between 7 to 10 am so that you can start the Lantang trek early. It’s easier to order your breakfast after having your dinner in the tea house in Langtang Valley. Anyways, you can order foods such as Tibetan bread (you must try this at least once) and bread/ Chapati with jam/ honey. A wide range of hot soup, pancakes, porridge, muesli, and omelets is also available for breakfast.

2. Lunch In Langtang Trek

As we leave the Hotels in Langtang Valley Trek after breakfast, we will be having our lunch on the way. A guide for the Langtang trek takes you to an appropriate restaurant before 1 pm. We recommend that you have carbohydrate-rich Nepalese Dal Bhat for lunch. This combination of boiled rice, lentil soup, mixed vegetable curry, and pickle with an unlimited supply keeps you fueled all day. Nepalese literally consume this same combination of food twice every day and yet never get bored. So, obviously, it’s delicious.

The other options include fried rice, pasta, pizza, and Spaghetti. Although these are some great options, the taste of international cuisine in the Langtang Valley trek Hotel might not precisely meet your expectations. In that case, momo and noodles items are always there for your rescue.

3. Dinner In Langtang

launch in langtang trek

It’s often mandatory that you have your dinner in the Hotels of Langtang Valley Trek you spend your night. The options for dinner are similar to the ones mentioned in the lunch. And we shouldn’t forget about desserts like apple pie, rice pudding, chocolate pudding, apple filter, and more.

4. Drinks In Langtang

The options for liquid are also damn impressive. You will indeed have tea and coffee with some Ginger Honey Lemon. Also, there are good options for alcohol, including Local Wine, Beer, and Rum. However, you should know that hard drinks at such an altitude make you dehydrated and prone to altitude sickness. So, it’s really wise to avoid them.

Local Food of Langtang

Besides the food mentioned in the menu, there are some other local foods of Nepal that you should definitely try. You can either request your tea house owner to prepare these items for you or enjoy these regional cuisines in some restaurants. Obviously, you should have Thakali Khana and Momo. Dhindo and Gundruk, Sel roti, Yak cheese, and Nepalese curd are equally yum. On a cold day, Tibetan Noddle soup (Thukpa) and butter tea are also a must-have. Samayabaji and Yomari are great options to try while in Kathmandu.

Water In Langtang Trek

A bottle of water in Langtang costs $1 to $2. Having bottled water in the trek is not just expensive; it’s also harmful to the environment. So, our best suggestion is that you carry a reusable bottle and refill it in the Tea House in Langtang Valley or local tap. Then, you can use a purifying tablet. These distinctive tablets are absolutely cheaper. You might also take a small thermos to carry warm water/ tea. Ensure that you drink a lot of water and keep yourself hydrated throughout the trek.

Langtang Trek Cost For Food

Now, Nepal’s one of the cheapest countries for backpackers. However, don’t be surprised if you find the cost of food in Langtang a bit high. That’s because every grain you eat in the mountains has either been carried by mules or a helicopter. So that adds a lot of cost in transportation. Only some local vegetables and potatoes can be farmed in such a harsh mountain climate.

Breakfast costs about $4 to $8, and dinner can cost about $6 to $10- it depends on what and how much you eat. Desserts cost about $3 to $4. Tea and Coffee cost about a dollar, and a beer bottle cost about $7 in the Hotels of Langtang Valley Trek.

Is the Food Healthy?

Yes, you shouldn’t worry about that. The teahouses in Langtang Valley prepare fresh food with local organic products. However, in places such as Langtang village and beyond, the meat products might be expired. Since there is no electricity beyond that, the meat might not exactly be safe. So it’s wise to go with vegetarian food at a higher altitude. Otherwise, you can have the food of your choice.

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Well, that’s all about food in Langtang. Let’s learn more about Accommodation In Langtang Valley there.

Hotel In Langtang

Accommodation in Langtang Valley
List of services in the teahouses in Langtang Valley.






Note: There is no reliable Wi-Fi on the route so you will have to purchase a data pack of Namaste SIM Card. You will need to pay extra charge for data pack, hot shower and charging. For the heating services you can only have it at the common dining area.

Langtang trekking routes don’t precisely have hotels. That doesn’t mean you will be staying in the tents for over a week. The Langtang trekking routes have tea houses, which are tiny guest houses run by the region’s locals. Earlier, the teahouses in Langtang Valley used to be tiny wooden houses with a room separated by wooden blocks. However, now there are pretty decent tea houses made with modern equipment. The hotels in Langtang build after the 2015 earthquake are actually very impressive.

hotel in langtang valley trek

So how is a teahouse in Langtang valley stay like? There will be small houses with cozy rooms and a central dining hall. That dining hall is often heated with fire, and you can enjoy the warmth while cherishing dinner. The room has 2 to 3 small beds with clean mattresses, a pillow, and a blanket. In the off-season, you might get an extra blanket, but it’s always safe to have a sleeping bag. If you are lucky, there might be a small tea table and a mirror. And that’s it. The services up to Lama Hotel are quite good, but Accommodation In Langtang Valley in Kyanging Gompa is quite basic. The cost of the room is about $5. Same goes for Langtang Gosaikunda Trek.

Bathroom at hotels in Langtang

In the lower altitude, i.e., below Langtang village, you might find some rooms with attached bathrooms. But that’s very rare, and you shouldn’t keep your hopes high. Lol. The bathroom is available on sharing basis and has a western toilet (only in new hotels, otherwise you might have to use an Indian style bathroom). If you have never been to the classic village, the bathroom might not exactly meet your expectations—just a heads up. Hot water is available for some additional charge. Most hotels of Langtang Valley Trek  now have a geyser; otherwise, you will get a bucket of warm water.

Teahouses in Syabrubesi

Syabrubesi is a small village in the Rasuwa district of Bagmati Pradesh. It is the first village where we will stay for the night at Langtang Valley trek.

It is the starting point for the Langtang Valley trek. The majority of people living in the area are Tamang. You will experience very warm and good hospitality in Syabrubesi. The people of the area speak Tamang, Nepali, and Tibetan languages.

There are around 20-25 teahouses in the area. The teahouses that can be found in Syabrubesi are:

  1. Yak hotel
  2. Yala Peak Guest House
  3. Trekkers in

What services can you find in Syabrubesi’s teahouse?

– You will have a cozy room with warm blankets and pillows for each trekker.

– There is also a hot shower and Wi-Fi facility.

– The accommodation for the room per day will cost around Rs.300- Rs.500 per person. This does not include meals and dinners.

– Electricity and charging services are also available.

– Heating services and facilities are available but only in the common dining room.

Teahouses in Sherpagaun

After staying at Syarbubesi and trekking for some hours, we will stay at Sherpagaun for accommodation. Sherpagaun is a village situated in the Langtang National Park area.

Most of the people in the area are Sherpa and lama. They mostly follow Buddhism, and their ancestors are believed to be from Tibet.

There are around 3-4 teahouses in Sherpagaun.

What services can you find in the teahouse of Sherpagaun?

– There are no Wi-Fi services in the area.

– But you will have charging, a hot shower, a single room, and heating services. But for it, you will need to pay extra cost.

– The rooms will cost from Rs.500 to Rs.1000.

– In some hotels, there is also a heating facility in the room.

Teahouses in Langtang Village

After staying at Sherapagaun, we will continue to Langtang Village, a village where the heart fills with joy. It is situated in the Rasuwa district.

Local people like Sherpa, Tamang, and Tibetan reside in the area. They follow Buddhism and speak the Tibetan language.

Langtang used to be a beautiful village filled with joy and happiness, but soon after the 2015 earthquake in the Langtang Valley, the village was completely destroyed. Not only the earthquake but also a huge avalanche in the area caused the death of 310 people. The valley is trying to recover and has recovered a lot.

You will be able to see Langtang Lirung and Langtang Ri and many more mountains from Langtang village.

In terms of population, there are about 250 people. There are about 30-35 teahouses in the area. Some of the major teahouses are:

  1. Flavours Guest House
  2. Himalayan Guest House
  3. Peaceful Guest House
  4. Sunrise Guest House
  5. Buddha Guest House

What services can you find in the teahouse of Langtang Village?

– Talking about WIFI, the area has no WIFI service because of its remoteness.

– There is service for the attached toilet, bathroom, and hot shower, but you will need to pay an extra charge for it.

– The room cost will be around Rs.700 – Rs.1000, and it will cost more for the attached toilet.

Teahouses in Kyanjing Gompa

Kyanjin Gompa is one of the oldest villages in the Langtang region and Nepal. Most people acclimatize here. It is famous for its yak cheese and Swiss cheese factory.

The major people of this region are Lama and Tamang. They are Buddhist and speak Tibetan and Nepali.

There is a place called Kyanjin Gompa, which is an old Buddhist monastery. The 2015 earthquake destroyed the monastery, but it was rebuilt.

There are about 40 teahouses in the Kyanjin Gompa area. Some of the teahouses are:

  1. Nayakhanga Peak Guest House
  2. Panorama Guest House
  3. Holy Land Guest House
  4. Yeti Guest House

What services can you find in the teahouse of Kyangin Gompa?

– Single rooms and attached bathrooms are also available in this region.

– Services like hot showers, Wi-Fi electricity and charging are also available in this region. But you need to pay extra for these things.

– There is also a heating service facility, but only in the common dining room.

– The cost of Accommodation In Langtang Valley in Kyangin Gompa will be around Rs.700- Rs. 1000.

Teahouses in Lama Hotel

Lama Hotel is also known as stopping point for many trekkers in the Langtang Valley trek. As we think we think that Lama hotel is just a single hotel but lama hotel is more than that.

The majority of the people living in this area are Tamang and Lama. There are only about 15-20 people.

Lama Hotel consists of seven teahouses. Some of the teahouses are:

  1. Hotel Jungle view
  2. Origin Guest House
  3. Lama Hotel Guest House
  4. Friendly Guest House

What services can you find in the teahouse of Lama Hotel?

 Solar power is the major source of electricity in this area.

– The area is remote and does not have access to the WIFI.

– There are facilities for a hot shower, charging, and heating, but you will need to pay an extra charge for it.

– The room charge for a night stay will cost only around Rs.500.

 – You can have yak milk products, sea buckthorn juice, and Tingmo; these are some local dishes of that area.

Booking hotels In Langtang

Nowadays, there are plenty of teahouses in Langtang Valley built throughout the trek. So getting a guesthouse in Langtang Valley is not really a problem. In the off-season (June/ July and January/ February), you will have plenty of options for Accommodation In Langtang Valley.

However, in the peak season (March/ April and October/ November), it’s wise you book your stay. You might find some of these hotels online, but many of them do not have any presence on the internet. So, you can hire a guide and ask him/ her to book your Langtang Trek hotel or pay a guide for the hotel’s telephone number. Since finding these contacts is not actually an easy job, it’s wise to book a Langtang trek package. Try being on the safe side.

Booking hotels in langtang

Charging and Electricity In Langtang

You can expect tea houses up to Lama Hotel to have plugs in the room. And even if they don’t, the charging in the dining room is free. However, once you move towards Langtang village, things will be complicated. You need to charge your phone/ camera in reception for some additional cost for the next three days. It cost $2 to $3 according to time and device. That’s why we suggest that you carry a robust power bank for the Langtang Valley trekking. Some trekkers also have solar-charged power banks.

Telephone network In Langtang

Beyond the Langtang village, you will not find phone coverage. Below the town, there is a network of NTC and cell towers. These are Nepal’s top network service provider, and the SIM card cost about $1. You can issue the SIM card with your passport while you are in Kathmandu. Along with phone calls, you can also use mobile data for the internet. However, don’t hope it to be super-fast- you might get a 3G network if you are lucky. However, that cannot be relied upon.

Internet/ Wi-Fi In Langtang

Thankfully, the facility of Wi-Fi is available up to Kyanging. However, the cost of Wi-Fi is not included in your Accommodation In Langtang Valley, and it cost $1 to $2. The speed of Wi-Fi is not that good- you can surf social media but not upload a high-quality video. So, if you plan to work while trekking in Langtang, it won’t be very reassuring. You might be able to use mobile internet below Langtang Village, but that’s not reliable. So, be prepared to be disconnected from the internet for a few days.

This short Langtang village trek is supposed to be a rejuvenating experience in the proximity of nature. So, we suggest that you really don’t worry about the internet and electricity. Just let the beauty of Langtang reach into your soul.

Note: A tourism committee has managed the tea houses of the Langtang region, and the price for food and bed is the same in all hotels. The menu is set as per the standard of the Langtang trek committee, and the price increases as you move to a higher altitude. Some discounts might be available in the off-season, i.e., winter and summer; otherwise, the price is standard. 


So that was all of the information we could share with you. Keeping all the doubts asides, we are sure that your Langtang trek will be a memorable journey. However, if you still have some doubts, you can drop a comment below. Or, just mail it to us.

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