Gosainkunda trek receives its name from the holy lake of Gosainkunda which is flocked by followers of Hindu religion, in the month of August. The trek begins from a small village of Dhunche, which lies in Rasuwa district and ends in Kathmandu. In a very short linear distance from Kathmandu, this trek offers you awe inspiring culture, eye catching mountain panorama and above all religious harmony.
Langtang, helambu and Rasuwa are amongst few places those were hardly hit by 2015 earthquake. Despite the adversity, people have come stronger, have built their accommodation and are ready to serve tourists in the region. It is an opportunity for travellers to not only see the wonders of nature as well as the culture that people commit to live by but also see the lives of people and how they are coping with the situation after the catastrophe.
This himalayan magic which showcases traditional cultures, great views, well maintained trail, sacred lakes, wildlife in abundance and above all beautiful wild flowers of the spring, can be done year around. The trekking season in Gosainkunda is long and starts from October and lasts till mid february and again reopens in March and until monsoon.
If you are planning to trek in a trail that radiates culture and religion as well as natural diaspora Gosainkunda trek is for you. Book this trek and see why this holy lake is religiously important for the followers of Hinduism and Buddhism.
|Trip Code: BT-112||Total Duration: 11 days|
|Destination: Langtang Region||Best Time: March - May & Sept - Dec|
|Trip Grade: Moderate||Group Size: 1 - 12|
|Max Elevation: 4,610m|
- All government and local taxes
- TIMS permit and National Park Permit
- A comprehensive medical kit
- English speaking Trekking Guide (guide pays for his own expenses)
- 3 time meal (any one item from the menu)
- All accommodation on the mountains in the best available local lodges / Teahouse in mountain
- Trekking poles (to be returned after the trek)
- Video Collage of your Trekking ( If no technical Issues)
- Certificate of trek completion
- Travel and rescue insurance
- Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower, mineral water etc)
- Extra foods Entrance or donation in monasteries, temples and hot water springs
- Any expenses resulted from extended number of days in itinerary
- Tips for guide