Langtang National Park
Langtang National Park is renowned as the first Nepal’s Himalayan National park & also the first snow leopard conservation area and red panda protection area. Langtang national park was established in 1976 AD. Among the protected areas of Nepal, it is fourth established protected area and among all the National Park of Nepal, Langtang National park is the most preserved national park of Nepal. Saying that, most of the national park territory is unexplored till this date. Langtang National Park is also known as the second largest national park of Nepal covering an area of 1710 sq.km. which covers Rasuwa, Sindhupalchok and Nuwakot districts of Nepal. The langtang National park’s elevation starts from 1500m to 7234m high above the sea level.
The high altitude destination is at one of the holy lake of Nepal; Gosaikunda lake (also famous as frozen lake) with the elevation of 4364m is also situated in Langtang National Park. The highest point of the Langtang National park is the summit of Mount Langtang Lirung with an altitude of 23770 ft. The Dorje Lakpa range with an altitude of 6988m also lies in the langtang National Park.
Langtang National park is the one of the beautiful and versatile protected area of Nepal where you can find the spiritual places, stunning landscapes, natural beauty, verities of flora and fauna, remote wilderness, marvelous mountain ranges and you can explore the culture and tradition of local Tamang people who is staying in the Langtang region for thousands of years. For your information, people from upper Himalaya range of now of Langtang are migrants family of Tibetan migrant ancestors.
|Visa requirements||Langtang National park has an entry fee of Rs. 100 per person per entry for Nepali citizen, USD 15 per person per entry for SAARC nationals, USD 30 per person per entry for foreign citizens.|