|Trip Duration:||15 days|
|Trek Start Point:||Dhunche|
|Trek End Point:||sundarijal|
|Meals:||Breakfast, lunch , Dinner with tea/coffee|
|Mode of Travel:||Adventures|
|Best season:||September to November and March to May|
Langtang Gosaikunda Helambu treks:-Langtang Gosainkunda treks is an amazing treks trail of Nepal, specially designed with the combination of the remote and picturesque valley of Langtang. The high mountains lake such as Gosaikunda is inhabited by Sherpa and Tamang people in the North-West of Kathmandu Valley which is well –known for its pure culture and religion with magnificent Himalayan views.
Langtang Gosainkunda Helambu trekking area is regarded as one the most religious sites or one of the purest holy lakes of Langtang, Nepal because of its historical beliefs. According to Hindu Mythology, it is believed that Gosaikunda Lake connects with the Lord of Shiva (God of power and destruction). People believed that Lord Shiva meditated for several years in the Himalayas of Nepal and Tibet and took a bath in this lake and able to acquired purify of a soul. So many Nepalese are visiting Gosaikunda lake to take a bath in its water in the beliefs of getting rid of their sins and sorrows.
Langtang Gosaikunda Helambu Treks is considered as one of the challenging trekking trails of Nepal, which offers us an incredible and diverse journey along the Langtang valley and the holy lakes of Gosaikunda. This trekking trail includes long, steep and descents climate, subalpine dense forest, majestic Himalayan views, glaciers, most popular lakes such as Gosaikunda (4,460m), Saraswatikunda and Ganesh Kunda and picturesque villages. This trail would be one of the best destinations among the all those trekkers or travelers without much time but would like to explore or observe Nepal’s unique combination of culture, an amazing landscape, panoramic views of Langtang etc. It is also taken as one of the best chance to get right in among the Himalayan peaks and to get off the beaten trail, walking along the some captivating remote and relatively underpopulated areas, unique culture, lifestyle of local Tamang inhabitants.
During your trek Guide of Himalayan Magic Treks will explain everything about the Langtang Gosaikunda Trekking of Nepal. Following through lush tropical forest, we will reach to the popular Gosaikunda Lake (4,380m) that is set among in the high grey rocks, returning by the same route over the Lauribina pass (4,610m) and descend along Helambu.
Day 01: Kathmandu to Dhunche (1937m.)
Day 02: Dhunche to Shyabru Village (2087m.)
Day 03: Shyabru Village to Lama Hotel (2380m)
Day 04: Lamahotel to Ghoda Tabela (3003m.)
Day 05: Ghoda Tabela to kyanging Gompa (3700 m.)
Day 06: Kyanging Gompa to Yala and back to kyanging Gompa
Day 07: Kyanging Gompa to Ghoda Tabala
Day 08: Ghoda Tabala to lama Hotel
Day 09: Lama Hotel to Shyabru Village
Day 10: Shyabru Village to singa Gompa ( 3254m.)
Day 11: Sing Gompa to Gosain Kunda ( 4300 m.)
Day 12: Gosakund to Thadepati (3600m.)
Day 13: Thadepati to Gul Bhanjyang ( 2130m.)
Day 14: Gul Bhanhyang to Chisapani (2,194m.)
Day 01: Kathmandu to Dhunche (1937m) approximately 8 hours drive by Local bus:-After an early breakfast we drive north from Kathmandu to Dhunche its take about 7 hrs by local bus the road is unsealed and the condition of the road often depends upon the monsoon season. We will travel via Trisuli Bazaar where the dam and hydroelectric project was completed by the Indian Technical Mission. Finally we drive on to Dhunche. Dhunche is the headquarter of Rasuwa District and spend a night there. Stay overnight in the lodge.
Day 02: Dhunche to Shyabru Village (2087m.) crossing it trek up hill about 2 hrs. for the lunch, magnificent view of Mt. Ganesh Himal, Manslu and Mt. Kerung of Tibet can be seen. Trek further for 2 hrs. Through the Jungle and reach to Shyarbru village for rest overnight. Approximately 5/6hrs walk.
Day 03: Shyabru Village to Lama Hotel (2380m) Trekking downward about 2hrs. through a forest and again upward about 1-hrs. to reach Bamboo Village (1850) for lunch. Gradually ascend through Bamboo Jungle to reach to Lama Hotel and overnight (5/6hrs walk.
Day 04: Lamahotel to Ghoda Tabela (3003m.) Trek forward through Rhododendron and pine forested area for about 3hrs. And reach Ghoda Tabela for lunch, rest there for acclimatization.
Day 05: Ghoda Tabela to kyanging Gompa (3700 m.): After trekking about 3 hrs real reaches to langtang Village (3500 m) this village is inhabited by Tamangs and Tibetans whose religion is Buddhism. After lunch at Langtang village, trek further for about 3 hrs and rich to Kyanging Gompa and rest overnight. This place offers beautiful view of Mt. ganchempo and Langtang Himal (6 hrs walk).
Day 06: Kyanging Gompa to Yala and back to kyanging Gompa: For 3 hours trek upward to reach to yala and take lunch. Then rest or proceed for a small walk to take a view of Langsisa Himal , Yala and Lirung Glacier then return back to kyanging Gompa.
Day 07: Kyanging Gompa to Ghoda Tabala: trek back by same rout.
Day 08: Ghoda Tabala to lama Hotel : trek back by same route.
Day 09: Lama Hotel to Shyabru Village : trek back by same route.
Day 10: Shyabru Village to singa Gompa ( 3254m.) Trek up wards through the forest of fire and Rhododendron. The only human habitations are the shepherd’s occasional huts at the water point. camp near the deserted sing Gompa (6/7hrs) walk.
Day 11: Sing Gompa to Gosain Kunda ( 4300 m.) a steep rugged trail but adequately compensated by dramatic views of Himal Chuli ( 7893 m) manaslu ( 8156 m) Ganesh Himal ( 7406 m) and possibly Annapurna Range of the west; the beautiful valley of Langtang Lirung on the north. Passing by a few huts in the high pasture of lauribinayak and crossing a small ride, have the first look of about a dozen holy lades; saraswotikunda, Bhiravkunda, and Gosainkunda are the main holy lakes among them. Gosainkunda was created by lord Shiva when he pierced his Trident to obtain water to quench hid thirst after having swallowed “Kalkut” the most dangerous posion according to the legend (6/7 hrs) walk.
Day 12: Gosakund to Thadepati (3600m.) Continue the trek over rugged trails and pass several lmaller lakes to Thadepati pass (4602m.) then, descend along a ridge to the tree line. Continue to descend to reach to Thade pati through Juniper, Rhododendron forest, beautiful water falls and rest overnitht Thadepati. Approximately 8hrs.walk.
Day 13: Thadepati to Gul Bhanjyang ( 2130m.) Drop steadily all day though Fir and Rhododendron forest and pickly leafed Oak Forest enjoying the excellent views of the mountain, the Helambu valley and reach to Gul Bhanjyang to rest overnight. (6/7hrs.)
Day 14: Gul Bhanhyang to Chisapani (2,194m.) Two days trek consists of gentle ups and downs following a ridge to reach Chisapani with excellent views of Himalayan range from Mt. Manslu to Mt. Everest (6/7hrs.walk)
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Cost Is Included
Cost Is Not Included
• Food in Kathmandu Lunch & Dinner)
• Bakery food during the trek. When you eat in the bakery that you need to pay by yourself
• Nepal Visa fee
• International airfare from your country to Kathmandu and from Kathmandu
• Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu
• Travel and rescue insurance if guest get mountain sickness and need to rescue helicopter.
• Personal expenses example (phone calls, laundry service , bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower etc)
• Tips for guide and porters
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