Goshainkunda Trek

Trip Details

  • Trip CostContact Us
  • Trip Difficulty Moderate
  • Accomodation NA
  • Transportation NA
  • Trip Style NA
  • Destination Nepal
  • Max. Altitude: 4600m
  • Group size: 4-12
  • Best Season: Oct-May
  • Start/End: Ktm-Dhunchhe
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Gosaikund lake in part of the Langtang valley North of Kathmandu and is easily reach by road to Dhunche at your trek starting point.  The Langtang National Park includes High Mountain and inhabited by Langtang Sherpas who have more in common with Tibet than Nepal. The Valley is beauty it self surrounded by great himalayan range. The trek comes up and down before the 4600m every one need time to acclimatize before this exiting alpine Gosaikund Pass.

Outline Itinerary

  • Day 01Gosaikund lake in part of the Langtang valley North of Kathmandu and is easily reach by road to Dhunche at your trek starting point. The Langtang National Park includes High Mountain and inhabited by Langtang Sherpas who have more in common with Tibet th
  • Day 02Kathmandu City Tour
  • Day 03Drive to Dhunche1950M
  • Day 04Trek to Tholo Syabru Village
  • Day 05Trek to Singh Gompa 3584M
  • Day 06Trek to Gosainkund Lake 4200m.
  • Day 07Trek to Singh Gompa 3584M.
  • Day 08Trek to Dhunche 1950M
  • Day 09Drive to Kathmandu
  • Day 10Free day in Kathmandu for shopping
  • Day 11Onward Journey to Home

Cost Includes:

  • Transport:  Arrival- departure by private Car and from / to trek starting Point by public transport.
  • Hotel in Kathmandu  twin sharing basis includes Breakfast as per itinerary.
  • Service of trek guide and porter.
  • Lodge / tea house accommodation on twin sharing basis includes 3 meals a day (Breakfast, lunch & dinner on trek)
  • National park /conservation and trekking permit fee's
  • Staff insurance covered up to 19000ft.

Cost Excludes:

  • Travel insurance & single supplement.
  • Items of personal nature and equipment alcohol drinks main meal in Kathmandu.
  • Laundry and tips.
  • Expenses incurred as a result illness of or any other unforeseen events and Emergency evacuation fees.
  • Loss incurred by re-routing, inclement weather, floods, famine, political disruptions, strike, riots and other disturbances.
  • Mineral water on trek.
  • Any other things that are not mentioned in the cost inclusion section.