Langtang Valley Trek

10 Days


Langtang Valley Trek is a relatively short yet classic trekking route in the heart of the Himalayas. Located northwards of Kathmandu valley, this trek is the most accessible and one of the best short treks in Nepal. The off-the-beaten-track of Langtang puts together a rhododendron forest, traditional teahouses, diverse landscapes, cascading waterfalls, high meadows, and breathtaking mountains.

Langtang Valley Trek is an excellent choice for hikers who do not have enough time but are willing to experience the ultimate experience of the Himalayas. On this trek, you’ll get to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the mountains, including Langtang Lirung, Dorje Lakpa, Changbu, Langshisha Ri, and Yala Peak. Compared to treks like Annapurna Base Camp or Everest Base Camp, the route to Langtang Valley is significantly less crowded.

Protected as a National Park, Langtang valley is home to some of the most exotic wildlife and birds. You’ll get to encounter a few of these animals, including red panda, Himalayan Tahr musk deer, langur, and snow leopards. Likewise, in the forested trail of Langtang, you’ll also get to see plenty of birds such as the Snow Patridge, white-winged redstart, and Himalayan monal.

Your journey to Langtang Valley Trek begins with a 7-hour drive from Kathmandu to a small town of Syabrubesi. From the bazaar of Syabrubesi, you’ll start trekking to the stunning trail of the Langtang region. Walking past several Tamang villages, including Bamboo, Lama Hotel, Langtang Village, and Mundu, you’ll finally make your way to Kyanjin Gompa. Once you reach Kyanjin Gompa, you’ll get to marvel at the close glimpse of Langtang Lirung and other surrounding mountains. Kyanjin Gompa is also home to an ancient Buddhist monastery.

At 4,285 meters, Langshisha Kharka marks the highest elevation point of Langtang Trek. From here, you’ll get to witness the marvelous glimpse of Langshisha Glacier. In addition to that, Langtang Valley Trek is also a cultural experience. It provides the opportunity to encounter the local culture, rustic lifestyle, and warm hospitality of Tamangs.

Langtang Valley Trek is a teahouse adventure. The teahouses and lodges of this region are pretty cozy and comfortable. They tend to provide all the necessary services, such as rooms, meals, hot showers, WiFi, and charging facilities. Our 10-days Langtang Valley Trek itinerary will suit both experienced trekkers and novice travelers willing to experience the authentic taste of trekking in Nepal. If you have a few additional days, you can also extend this trek as Langtang Gosainkunda Trek.

Why You’ll Love This Trek

  • A short and accessible trek that offers an authentic experience of the Himalayas
  • Explore the traditional Tamang villages and witness their culture, lifestyle, and hospitality
  • Travel through Langtang National Park
  • Witness rare animals such as red panda, snow leopard, musk deer, and langur
  • Visit the monastery of Kyanjin Gompa
  • Relish the breathtaking spectacles of mountains, including Langtang Lirung, Dorje Lakpa, Changbu, Langshisha Ri, and Yala Peak

Is Langtang Valley Trek Right For You?

  • Langtang Valley Trek is considered an easy to moderate trek in terms of difficulty level. This trek is certainly no plain sailing. On this trek, you’ll be walking up to 4,285 meters at Langshisha Kharka and sleeping above 3,500 meters for three nights. Therefore, this trek requires physical fitness as well as mental preparedness. It is always better to have a prior trekking experience when it comes to high altitude treks. But, with the right amount of training and preparation, this trek is achievable even for first-time trekkers.
  • Note that you’ll have to regularly walk for about five to seven hours on the Langtang region’s rugged trails. If you think you’re capable enough to walk for such long hours without any problems regularly, you’ll be able to pull this through. Make sure to dedicate enough time and effort for training and preparation before packing your bags and heading to the mountain. It is advisable to engage in as many cardio-related exercises, such as running, cycling, jogging, and swimming, at least a month before the trek.
  • You will be gaining around 300 to 800 meters elevation each day on Langtang Valley Trek. You will be starting the trek at 1,503 meters at Syabrubesi and hiking up to 4,285 meters at Langshisha Kharka. Such massive variation in altitude possesses a potential threat of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS).
    We highly recommend taking all the necessary precautions on the trek to minimize the risk of high altitude sickness. Never rush towards the destinations while trekking at such high elevation! Always walk at your own pace and keep yourself hydrated, especially in the trek’s upper reaches.
  • When it comes to the weather in the mountain region, it is simply unpredictable. You’ll never know when and where you’re likely to encounter awful weather while trekking in the Himalayas. In the upper region of Langtang, you might have to go through extreme cold weather, heavy rainfalls, or even snowfalls in the worst case. Make sure to wear enough layers to keep your body warm. Also, carry weather protection gear to protect yourself from harsh weather conditions, even if you’re trekking during the spring or autumn.
  • Langtang Valley Trek is not a luxurious holiday package! While trekking in the Himalayas, you will be accommodating in the basic teahouses that aren’t likely to be as comfortable as the star hotels in the city. In general, the teahouse/lodge is a small accommodation facility that provides the basic amenities, such as twin rooms, blanket, food, WiFi, charging facilities, and hot showers. Therefore, if you think you can adapt to such a basic lifestyle for a little more than a week, this trek will suit you well.

Langtang Valley Trek – Outline Itinerary

DayDescriptionAltitude (Meters)Trekking Duration
1Arrival in Kathmandu. Meet at Airport and Transfer to Hotel1350-
2Drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi15037 hours
3Trek from Syabrubesi to Lama Hotel25005 hours
4Trek from Lama Hotel to Langtang Village34307 hours
5Trek from Langtang Village to Kyanjin Gompa38703 hours
6Excursion to Langshisha Kharka42858 hours
7Trek from Kyanjin Gompa to Lama Hotel25007 hours
8Trek from Lama Hotel to Syabrubesi15035 hours
9Drive from Syabrubesi to Kathmandu13507 hours
10International Departure--

Important Notes

  • Even though Langtang Valley Trek is considered a moderate trek in terms of difficulty, do not neglect it! You’ll be walking across a few landslide-prone areas during the trek. Make sure you have travel insurance before you catch a flight to the Himalayas. It is advisable that you buy a policy that covers all the necessary expenses, including helicopter evacuation, medical charges, accident, theft, and trip cancelation.
  • To charge your camera, mobile phone, or any other electronic appliances, it is always better to carry a universal travel adapter while trekking in the mountains. Generally, the teahouses use type C plug for charging socket, and not every adapter may be compatible with it.
  • Although the risk of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is considerably less on Langtang Valley Trek, do not take the altitude way too lightly. Bear in mind–you will be hiking up to 4,285 meters at Langshisha Kharka. Such high altitude is enough to make you sick if you do not stay cautious about it. So, walk steadily and stay hydrated to reduce the risk of high altitude sickness.
  • Trekking to Langtang requires both physical fitness as well as mental strength. So, instead of directly heading to the Himalayas for the challenge, we highly suggest you engage in cardio-related exercises, such as swimming, running, biking, and jogging, at least a month prior to the trek. For mental preparedness, we advise you to go for a short hike around your hometown.
  • Carry enough cash! The last place you’re likely to find an ATM on Langtang Valley Trek is at Syabrubesi. Given the circumstances, the service at Syabrubesi may not be reliable all the time. Therefore, we recommend you to dispense adequate cash in Kathmandu before the trek.
  • Also, the electricity in the Himalayas may not be reliable all the time. So, carry a portable or solar charger as a backup to charge your electronic appliances when the power supply is not sufficient.

Required Permit for Langtang Valley Trek

To embark on the Langtang Valley Trek, you’ll need to obtain two trekking permits. They are:

Langtang National Park Permit

Where to obtain:

  • Nepal Tourism Board Office on Pradarshani Marg, Kathmandu
  • National Park Entrance Gate in Dhunche

How much does it cost:

  • US$ 30 for international trekkers
  • US$ 15 for SAARC Nationals

Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) Card

Where to obtain:

  • Nepal Tourism Board Office on Pradarshani Marg, Kathmandu
  • Trekking Agencies’ Association Nepal (TAAN) Office, Maligaon

How much does it cost:

  • US$20 for individual trekkers
  • US$10 for group trekkers
  • For SAARC, US$6 individual trekkers
  • For SAARC, US$3 group trekkers

Things required to acquire TIMS Card:

  • Permit fees
  • Photocopy of your passport
  • Passport size photographs

Langtang Valley Trek Itinerary (10 Days)

Arrival day in the city of Kathmandu. Once your aircraft lands in Kathmandu, the representative of Nepal Social Treks will pick you up at the Tribhuvan International Airport’s arrival gate and transfer you to the hotel. Upon reaching the hotel, our representative will assist you through the check-in process and hands you the room key. You’ll have the rest of the day to yourself. So, make the most out of the leisure time, take some rest, and get rid of the jet lag.

In the evening, you’ll join the rest of the group for a short briefing with your trekking guide. This session will be an introductory meeting with the rest of the group and your trekking guide. In the session, your guide will provide you all the necessary details regarding the trek. After the meeting, you’ll enjoy the welcome dinner with your trekking guide and the rest of the group members.


  • Welcome to Kathmandu — pick up and greet at Tribhuvan International Airport
  • Hotel transfer via a private transportation
  • Briefing with the trekking guide
  • Meet and greet session with the rest of the group
  • Enjoy the welcome dinner

Special Note

Make sure to attend the briefing session with your trekking guide mandatorily. You will receive all the essential information related to the Langtang Valley Trek, including transportation, day-to-day lifestyle, difficulty, accommodation, mountains, culture, food, etc. If there is any concern regarding the trek, feel free to ask as many questions as possible during the session. We expect it to be as interactive as possible! Besides, we will also conduct a short meet and greet session among the group members so that you‘ll get to know everyone before the trek.

Hotel - 3 Stars

Your journey to Langtang Valley Trek begins with a long drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi. After breakfast, our private transport will receive you at the hotel premises for the drive. It takes about 7 hours to drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi.

As you depart from the capital city, you’ll be riding along the famous Prithvi Highway. You’ll drive past several rustic villages, terraced farms, lush green hillsides, ever-flowing river, and occasional mountains. You’ll be driving along the highway until you reach Galchi. Here, your vehicle will leave the highway, make the right turn, and head towards Trishuli Bazaar.

Once you drive past Trishuli Bazaar, the road becomes rough and rocky with plenty of ditches and potholes. Following the bumpy trail alongside Trishuli River, you’ll reach the small town of Dhunche–the administrative headquarter of Rasuwa District. After driving for about an hour or so from this small town, you’ll reach Syabrubesi.

Syabrubesi is the gateway to most of the trekking destinations in the Langtang region. It is a small bazaar scattered with hotels, guesthouses, restaurants, ATMs, and shops.


  • The scenic drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi
  • Enjoy the marvelous view of rustic villages, terraced farms, lush green hillsides, and occasional mountains
  • Take a walk around the lively town of Syabrubesi

7 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Early morning after breakfast, you’ll pack your backpacks and get the ground running. Crossing a small suspension bridge over Ying Yang Khola, you’ll leave the motorway behind and hit the narrow trekking trail. You’ll walk alongside Langtang Khola with gradual switchbacks. The trail on this day is mostly surrounded by oak and rhododendron trees.

Make sure to keep your eyes on the trail as you are likely to encounter some exotic birds and langurs along the trail. You’ll walk past several small teahouse settlements, including Tiwari Gaon, Bamboo, and Rimche. From Rimche, the trail is relatively steep and strenuous until you reach Lama Hotel.


  • Cross a few steel suspension bridges
  • Pleasant walk under the shades of oak and rhododendron trees
  • Encounter a few exotic birds and animals
  • Traverse through several beautiful settlements

5 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

You’ll begin the day early in the morning and hit the trail towards Langtang village. The path is mostly gradual but rocky on a hillside of Langtang Khola. Along the way, you’ll encounter several cascading waterfalls and occasional glimpses of Langtang Lirung. As you continue the gradual walk, you’ll reach the meadow of Ghoda Tabela. From here, you’ll get to relish the stunning sight of Langtang Range and the surrounding landscape.

Furthermore, you’ll continue the walk along the widening path from Ghoda Tabela to the village of Langtang. You’ll walk past a few traditional villages and an ancient monastery on the way to Langtang village. The catastrophic landslide buried the entire village of Langtang in 2015. Now, the new teahouses and lodges have been built slightly further than the old village.


  • Encounter cascading waterfall and occasional mountains
  • Enjoy the breathtaking view of Langtang range from Ghoda Tabela
  • Walk past traditional Tamang villages and ancient monastery
  • Overnight at the new Langtang village

7 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

On this day, you’ll hit the ground running after breakfast and head towards Kyanjin Gompa. First, you’ll make the way out of the rock fields of Langtang and walk for about an hour to reach Mundu. You’ll travel across several chortens, water mills, prayer flags, and mounds of rocks with sacred inscriptions. As you continue the walk, you’ll come across an alpine yak pasture offering the extensive view of the surrounding mountains.

Furthermore, you’ll cross a small stream and some moraines to reach Kyanjin Gompa. Once you reach this teahouse settlement, you’ll take some rest, relishing the stunning view of mountains. In the afternoon, you’ll explore around the village and visit the ancient monastery of Kyanjin Gompa.


  • Walk along the trail decorated with chortens, prayer flags, and mani walls
  • Marvel at the stunning view of mountains from Kyanjin Gompa
  • Explore the enchanting village of Kyanjin Gompa
  • Visit the ancient monastery at Kyanjin Gompa

3 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

On this day, you’ll take a leisure day at Kyanjin Gompa to explore the higher Himalayan region. You’ll wake up early in the morning and head towards Langshisha Kharka. You’ll begin the trek along the yak pastures and climb as you get to witness the marvelous view of sunrise over the Himalayas. After that, you’ll descend to the valley and walk to the meadows and alpine pastures of Langshisha Kharka. Along the way, you’ll be walking over the glacial moraine flowing off the Himalayas. From here, you’ll get to enjoy the close-up view of Langshisha Glacier.

After spending a while at Langshisha Kharka, you’ll return to Kyanjin Gompa. If time permits, you’ll also visit the famous cheese factory at Kyanjin Gompa.


  • Enjoy the glorious sunrise along the trail
  • Hike to Langshisha Kharka
  • Relish the close-up sight of Langshisha Glacier

8 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

On this day, you’ll leave the Himalayas behind and descend from Kyanjin Gompa. You’ll hit the trail after breakfast and retrace the route back to Lama Hotel. At first, you’ll follow the path adorned in chortens, prayer flags, and mani wall towards Langtang village. You’ll then walk through the barren lands towards Ghoda Tabela.

Furthermore, you’ll continue the downhill track and walk past occasional waterfalls and spectacular landscapes. The trail then traverses through woodland alongside the Langtang Khola to reach Riverside. The short, gradual walk from Riverside will lead to Lama Hotel for overnight stay.


  • Walk along the trail decorated in chortens, prayer flags, and mani wall
  • Traverse through cascading waterfalls and fantastic landscape
  • Walk past a few Tamang villages and ancient monastery

7 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast, you’ll continue the adventure from Lama Hotel with a steep descent to Rimche. From here, the trail becomes fairly gradual towards Syabrubesi. On this day, you’ll be walking under the shades of oak and rhododendron trees most of the time. Below the trail, you’ll see the stunning sight of Langtang Khola. In the dense rhododendron and oak forest, you’ll encounter several exotic birds and animals.

After walking past a few villages, you’ll finally emerge to civilization at Syabrubesi. Right before you reach the bazaar of Syabrubesi, you’ll leave the trekking trail behind, cross a small suspension bridge, and connect to the motor road. It takes about 5 hours of gradual walk to arrive at Syabrubesi from Lama Hotel.


  • Walk past several traditional settlements
  • Opportunity to encounter several rare birds and animals
  • Traverse through the dense woodland of oak and rhododendron trees
  • Cross a few steel suspension bridges

5 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Your final day in Langtang Valley Trek! Your trek ends with a drive from Syabrubesi to Kathmandu. After breakfast, you’ll begin the journey to the capital of Nepal via private transport.

You’ll follow a rough and bumpy trail via Dhunche and head towards the landslide-prone section of Ramche village. You’ll drive alongside Trishuli River, passing several villages, terraced farms, and lush green hillsides. The trail is pretty rough until you reach Trishuli Bazaar. Here, the route gradually becomes comfortable and pleasant. The trail connects with the Prithvi Highway at the village of Galchi. From here, you’ll drive on the winding road to Kathmandu.

Once you reach Kathmandu, you will have the rest of the day for yourself. You can take some rest at the hotel or wander around the colorful streets of Thamel. If you want to buy some souvenirs or gifts for family and friends, you can buy them at Thamel. In the evening, Nepal Social Treks’ representatives will pick you up at the hotel and take you for the farewell dinner.


  • A scenic drive from Syabrubesi to Kathmandu
  • Drive past traditional villages, diverse landscapes, terraced farms, and grassy hills
  • Wander around the colorful streets of Thamel
  • Enjoy the farewell dinner in the evening

7 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Hotel - 3 Stars

Departure day! On this day, your adventure of Langtang Valley Trek will end as you’ll make the final preparation for departure. The representative of Nepal Social Treks will receive you at the hotel and escort you to the Tribhuvan International Airport for the final departure. As per the schedule of your flight, he will transfer you to the airport on private transport.

Special Note

Before leaving your room at the hotel, make sure to check the entire room to ensure that you have not left anything behind. It is advisable to pack your bags a day before the final departure to avoid the last-minute rush.

Langtang Valley Trek Costs

Cost Include(s)

  • Arrival and departure transfer for international flights
  • Accommodation at 3-star hotel in Kathmandu
  • Two-way transportation to/from Syabrubesi
  • Langtang region trekking map
  • Accommodation in teahouse during the trek
  • Three meals per day during the trek (B/L/D)
  • Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) Card and Langtang National Park Permit
  • Group medical supplies (First Aid Kit)
  • Farewell dinner in Kathmandu
  • Licensed trekking guide with necessary staffs and porters
  • Food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment for all our staff
  • Insurance and required transportation for support staff
  • All government taxes

Cost Exclude(s)

  • International flight ticket and airport tax
  • Nepal entry visa fees
  • Personal trekking gears and equipment
  • Tips for trekking guide, porters, and local staff
  • Travel and medical insurance in case of emergency
  • Emergency rescue evacuation
  • Personal expenses such as battery charging, laundry, alcoholic beverage, cold drink, hot showers at teahouses, etc.
  • Unforeseeable costs incurred due to accidents, strikes, natural calamities, political unrest, etc.

FAQs about Langtang Valley Trek

What is the accommodation like on Langtang Valley Trek?

Langtang Valley Trek is a classic teahouse trek in the heart of the Himalayas. However, the teahouses and lodges in this region are significantly well-managed compared to other popular treks. The accommodation facilities are comfortable, cozy, and hospitable in the Langtang region. They provide all the essential amenities, such as rooms, food, toilets, charging facilities, WiFi, and hot showers.
Nonetheless, with Nepal Social Treks, you are guaranteed to get the most comfortable and hospitable teahouse in every overnight stop on the trek.

Am I likely to suffer from Acute Mountain Sickness on this trek?

Usually, the threat of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) begins once you trek above the elevation of 3,500 meters. On Langtang Valley Trek, you will be walking up to 4,285 meters at Langshisha Kharka. Similarly, the highest sleepover point of this trek marks at Kyanjin Gompa at an elevation of 3,870 meters. Although the risk of AMS is significantly lower than the Everest Base Camp or Annapurna Circuit Trek, the threat is always there.
Not everyone is likely to suffer from it! Make sure to take all the necessary precautions to reduce the chances of altitude sickness. Make sure to walk slowly and keep yourself hydrated as it can help you reduce the chances significantly.

What kinds of insurance do I need for this trek?

Even though Langtang Valley Trek is an easy to moderately difficult trek compared to Everest Base Camp or Manaslu Circuit Trek, you should not neglect it. Remember, you will be walking up to 4,285 meters at Langshisha Kharka. For some, this attitude is enough to strike severe altitude sickness. Not only that, but the route to the upper section of the trek is also perilous and highly landslide-prone.
Therefore, all trekkers must have travel insurance for Langtang Valley Trek. Before starting the adventure, it is mandatory to provide a copy of your travel insurance to Nepal Social Treks. Always buy comprehensive travel insurance that covers almost all the necessary expenses.
While buying travel insurance, make sure that the policy covers extensive medical expenses, accidents, theft, trip cancelation, and, most importantly, helicopter evacuation fees at high elevation (up to 5,000 meters).

What is the food like on Langtang Valley Trek?

While trekking in Langtang Valley, the teahouses serve both Nepali as well as western cuisines. Therefore, we will balance the meal plan with both Nepali and western meals during the trek. Your health and well-being are Nepal Social Treks’ number one priority. Hence, we ensure that all the meals served during the trek will be fresh, healthy, hygienic, nutritious, and delicious.
Here is a list of popular items on our menu:
Breakfast – Tea, Coffee, Hot Chocolates, Oatmeal, Pancakes, French Toast (with Jam, Butter, and Honey), Tibetan Bread, Local Tsampa Porridge, Muesli, Fruits, Egg (Boiled, Fried, Omelets), etc.
Lunch – Dal Bhat, Tibetan Bread, Sherpa Stew, Hot Soup, Momo, Pizza, Sandwich, Pasta, Noodles, Spaghetti, Fruits, Thukpa, Vegetable Salads, etc.
Dinner – Dal Bhat, Sherpa Stew, Hot Soups, Momo, Sandwich, Macaroni, Thenduk, Thukpa, Pizza, Noodles, Pasta, Vegetable Salads, Desserts, Tea, Hot Chocolate, etc.
It is also advisable to avoid the meat items while trekking in the Himalayas. It is because meat items are often not so healthy and hygienic meals. Not only that, but we strictly suggest you avoid alcoholic beverages during the trek.

How's the drinking water on the trek? Is it safe to drink?

Almost every teahouse in the Langtang region provides you safe drinking water, be it cold water or boiled water. Make sure to carry a water bottle and fill them in the teahouse on every stop. Before drinking, however, we suggest you treat the water with water purifiers or tablets.
It is also possible to buy bottled water in the tea houses and shops around the route. But, we do not encourage our clients to buy bottled water, as they add up the plastic waste in the mountains. In addition to that, never drink water from a local tap, stream, or any other natural source.

Packing List for Langtang Valley Trek

Here are a few essential gears you need to pack for Langtang Valley Trek:


Duffel Bag


Trekking Shirt – Pack 3 to 4 breathable trekking shirts, balancing both half and full sleeves

Trekking Trousers – Minimum 2 water and wind-resistant trekking pants

Trekking Shorts – Pack a couple of trekking shorts for lower reaches of the trek

Fleece Jacket – Pack a light-weight fleece jacket for the lower region

Down Jacket – Carry a high-quality down jacket to keep you warm from the extreme weather at the trek’s upper reaches

Waterproof Shell Jacket – One waterproof jacket to stay protected in the wet weather

Thermal Layer – At least one pair of a thermal layer

Breathable Underwear – Carry at least 3 to 4 pairs of breathable and comfortable underwear


Hiking Boots – A pair of high-quality hiking boots will be enough for the trek.

Hiking Socks – Pack at least 4 to 5 pairs of comfortable hiking socks.

Sandals/Trainers – A pair of either sandals or trainers, depending upon your preference.

Thermal Socks – Carry at least a 2 pair of warm thermal socks to keep you warm in the evening and night.

Gaiter (For Winter) – You can pack a gaiter for any season, although it suits best for winter.

Head Wears:

Sun Protection Hat – One sun protection hat to your face protected from harmful UV rays and sunburn.

Buff/Neck Gaiter – One buff or neck gaiter to protect your neck from the harsh wind.

Warm Beanie – One beanie to keep your head warm in the upper reaches of the trek.

Hand Wear:

Outer Gloves – A pair of outer gloves to wear as an additional layer in the upper reaches of the trek.

Inner Gloves – A pair of inner gloves for the lower region of the trek.

Other Accessories:

Trekking Poles
High-Quality Sleeping Bag
Water Bottle
Water Purification Tablets
UV Protection Sunglasses
Hand Sanitizers
Sunscreen/Lip Balm
Headlamp with Spare Batteries
Trekking Towels
Portable Chargers
Prescribed Medications

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