Gosaikunda

RM 5,450.00
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Gosaikunda

Langtang Gosaikunda Trek takes you to a gorgeous valley of Langtang surrounded with blue coloured mountain lakes. The beautiful scenery of the lakes and the background of snow clad hills seems will pleased you eyes.

Langtang Gosaikunda Trek isn’t practically mountain lakes, it’s a joyful trek that includes of Langtang National Park and a lot of other cultural settlement villages. We can discover lots of unique floras and faunas maintained within the park. Walking across the lush forests of Rhododendron and Bamboo at the park and if lucky, a chance to experience the infrequent Red Panda and a number of different creatures sheltered within the park.

You can find the manifestation of Tibetan Buddhist civilization in the Gompa at Langtang. In the same way, you can taste the newly produced Yak Cheese from the Cheese factory of Langtang. Researching the towns and interacting with individuals is an opportunity to experience the exceptional culture, heritage and lifestyle of those people residing in these areas.

During the entire moon night of August annually, you may come across the lake filled with Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims. According to the Hindu mythology, Gosaikunda was shaped when Lord Shiva endeavoured the toxin to defend the world from it. Not able to endure the burn due to poison, he utilized his trident to pierce a hill and drank the water out of the mountain. The water from mountain shaped amazing lakes in Langtang valley specifically Gosaikunda Lake, Bhairav Kunda Lake and a lot more.

Moving alongside Helambu, it’s considered a research center for Tibetan Buddhist tradition. We could locate Sherpa and Tamang individuals in the village with their well-preserved civilization, heritage and way of life. The wooden stained windows, weaved baskets and other handicraft functions, individuals inherit these artwork as their manner of living

  1. Day 1 Drive to Dhunche

    Duration: 6 hrs drive

    The first day of your journey starts with a long drive from Kathmandu to Dhunche. After a 6/7 hours drive, you will reach Dhunche. Dhunche is the starting point of your actual trek to Gosaikunda. Dhunche is the headquarters of Rasuwa district.

    Make sure you have the proper documents. There are many checkpoints along the way. You need to show your permits.

  2. Day 2 Trek to Chandanwari

    Duration: 4/5 hours trek

    From Dhunche, you will trek to Deurali. Here, you can rest, have something to eat. There is a good choice of restaurants and cafes to eat and drink at.

    After the rest, you start your trek to Chandanwari. Chandanwari is also known as Singompa. Singompa is a famous monastery in the area. You can visit and pay respects at the monastery. It provides a glimpse into the local culture of Rasuwa district.

    There are a lot of good tea houses and lodges to spend the night at. The area is also famous for its cheese factory. You can visit the factory if you reach early in Chandanwari.

  3. Day 3 Trek to Gosaikunda

    Duration: 5/7 hours trek

    This is the day you reach your trekking destination ‘Gosaikunda’. After a beautiful night in Chandanwari, your trek starts with an accent till you reach Cholangiopathy. From here, you trek onwards to Lauribine.

    This is the toughest section of the trek. With your beautiful destination in mind, your trek continues onwards to Gosaikunda.

    You can explore the area and try to locate all the 108 lakes. Or, just relax and enjoy the magnificence of Gosaikunda lake. The magnificent mountains surround this lake on all sides and offer the best sunrises and sunsets.

    Other famous lakes in and around Gosaikunda lake are Nagkunda, Bhairav Kunda, Suryakunda.

  4. Day 4 Trek back to Dhunche

    After a beautiful and relaxing night at Gosaikunda, you will trek back the way you came from. You can have lunch and a rest stop at Singompa. You can enjoy the view of the Pine and Rhododendron forests.

    The descent is more difficult for some. Having a trekking pole can help improve your balance and provide support.

  5. Day 5 Return to Kathmandu

    After a night at Dhunche, you will drive to Kathmandu by bus or jeep. Once in Kathmandu, you can choose to relax or explore the beautiful city of temples.

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