Langtang Gosainkunda Trek - 11 Days

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Langtang Gosainkunda Trek – Langtang, a panoramic valley in northern Nepal towards the Tibetan border. The valley provides multiple adventure opportunities to climbing and trekking enthusiasts. We can reach this gorgeous area upon driving northwards in the capital city Kathmandu.  This home of Tamangs, ancient horse-riding warriors, is home to many different peaks, the tallest of which is Langtang Lirung in 7,246 m (23,773 ft).

Apart from being a gateway to numerous Himalayan Peaks, Langtang supplies access to peaceful landscapes and alpine forests. Also, the holy lake Gosainkunda. The culture of the Tamangs, their lifestyle, and parties add colours to this land gifted by nature. Following the road less hike, Langtang Gosainkunda Trail has been a chance to explore the beautiful culture that extended grew in the breathtaking all-natural setting. So, Gosaikunda Lake brings plenty of pilgrims round the year. They visit the place with a goal of taking a holy dip in the holy water of the Lake. Langtang area is a famous producer of Yak Cheese. Moreover, some protected animal species such as the Langurs and Red Pandas call this region, shielded as Langtang National Park, their property. The trails of the trek run in close proximity to the hills offering exquisite views of Mt. Annapurna and Ganesh Himal.

Why Gosainkunda Lake Trek??

  • Walking in dense forest
  • Tibetan Village at Langtang
  • Eyecatching views of Langtang Ri, Ganesh Himal, Lang Sisa
  • Morning view from Tserko Ri (5050m)
Day 1
Kathmandu to Syabrubensi(Drive)

Day 2
Syabru Bensi Trek to Lama Hotel

Day 3
Lama Hotel Trek to Langtang Village

Day 4
Langtang Valley to Kyanjin Gomp.

Day 5
Day hiking to Tsreko Ri and back to Kyanjin Gompa.

Day 6
Kyanjin Gompa Trek to Lama Hotel

Day 7
Lama Hotel Trek to Thulo Syabru

Day 8
Hike to Gosiankund Lake

Day 9
Explore holy Gosainkund Lake and trek down to Chandanbari

Day 10
Trekking from Chandanbari to Dhunche

Day 11
Drive back to Kathmandu



How difficult is Langtang Gosainkunda Trekking?

The trekking in Langtang Gosainkunda is one of the most interesting things that the visitors in Nepal want to do. Generally, trekking will go for about 5 to 7 hours per day in every trekking. We go through down and up hills. So it can be quite challenging. We recommend doing some physical exercises prior to the trek.

When is the best time for Gosainkunda Tour?

Trekking at Gosainkunda, Nepal will be best during the seasons of spring and autumn. We consult to trek during the summer or September to November and March to May. The sky will be clear, there will be a low chance of rainfall and you can see eye-catching views.

Do I need any permits for Langtang Gosainkunda Visit?

Yes, trekking in any part of Nepal needs a permit. For Langtang, you should have a TIMS card costing $20 and Langtang National park Entry Fee costing $30.

How is food in Gosainkunda?

Particularly, Gosainkunda itself do not have any hotels. But during the trail, you can see number of homestays. They offer you normal dal, bhat, tarkari. In more, you can also have eggs, omelettes, and bread. Most of the lodges serve boiled water which is safe to drink. You can also buy the bottle of mineral water in the trek.

How were the accommodations in Langtang Gosainkunda Trek?

You will have a shared room with a single bed in Langtang Trip. There is no attached bathroom. So, must share the bathroom too.

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Price From USD $ 725/person
Total $ 725 USD

Trip Facts

  • Bus
  • 2-5
  • 5050m
  • Moderate
  • 9 - 15 Days
  • September, October, April, May, December