Park is situated in the Central Himalayan region in Rasuwa
district. The highlights of Thes Park are the Langtang range
in the north and several lakes in the south. High altitude
jungles with diverse vegetation and wildlife, scenic lakes,
glaciers and Himalayan peaks combine to make Langtang an
attractive destination for visitors.
Twenty five percent of the park’s total area is covered by
forest, starting at sub-tropical forests below 1,000 meters
giving way Animals seen here are wild dog, red panda, pika,
munthac, musk deer, Himalayan black bear, Himalayan Tahr,
ghoral, serow, rhesus monkey common langur, snow leopard among
others. Common birds seen here are tragopan, impeyan, and
pheasants (kalij). The Langtang Valley is also renowned its
holy Lake Gosainkunda.
Thousands of Hindu pilgrims visit the lake area every year,
especially during the Janai Purnima festival every August. The
easiest way to reach Langtang National Park via Dhunche in
Rassuwa district, which is a six to seven hours drive away
from the capital. From Dhunche, it takes about three days of
trekking to reach Langtang Valley. The park is also accessible
from Sundarijal toward the east of Kathmandu and Melamchipul,
about three-hour drive from Kathmandu.
Entry Fee Person Per Day :-
For Nepalese Nationals, Free
For SAARC Nationals, Rs.
For Other Foreign Nationals, Rs.
( Note : Entrance fee not required for children under 10 years ).
Filming permit fee ( Documentary
/ Feature Films ):
- For Nepalese Nationals, Rs 5000
- For SAARC Nationals, Rs. 25000
- For Other Foreign Nationals, equivalent national currency of
in Protected area, Rs. 2000 per landing
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