Langtang is a region in Nepal that is located north of Kathmandu and south of the Tibetan border. It is known for its beautiful natural scenery, including mountains, forests, and glaciers. The Langtang National Park, which is located in the region, is home to a variety of wildlife, including snow leopards, red pandas, and Himalayan black bears. The region is also home to the Langtang Lirung, a 7,227 meter (23,690 foot) mountain that is popular with trekkers and climbers.
The Langtang region has a rich cultural heritage, with many Tamang and Sherpa villages scattered throughout the area. The Tamang and Sherpa people have lived in the region for centuries, and their traditional way of life is an important part of the region’s culture.
In 2015, the Langtang region was severely impacted by a devastating earthquake that caused widespread damage and loss of life. However, the region has since been rebuilt, and it remains an important and popular destination for visitors to Nepal.