Gosainkunda & Langtang valley trek is designed for an adventure, cultural, & nature walk within a Himalaya region of Nepal. This trekking region is less crowd than Everest & Annapurna trekking region. It offers a great view of Langtang Himalaya, Annapurna Himalaya, Manaslu Himalaya, Ganesh Himal range, Jugal Himal range, & some of the Tibetan mountain range as well. You are welcome by Sherpa & Tamang culture who they have their own culture, language, & living style. You can enjoy those mountain people’s culture, its natural beauty.
|Max Elevation||4,773 m|
|Activities||Trekking,Culture,Flora & Fauna|
|Trekking Permits||TIMS Card, Langtang National Park, Shivapuri National Park entrance fee|
|Accommodation||Lodge/ Tea House/Hotel|
|Region||Langtang, North Nepal|
|Other information||Sacred lakes & Himalayan views|
Why Gosainkunda & Langtang Valley Trek?
This area is popular for high Himalaya lakes which are mostly related to Hindu & Buddhist mythology. There are 108 lakes around this area with small to medium in size. One of the most popular lakes in this area which is over 4,300m above the sea level and also delineated as a religious site it is a Hindu myth attributes Gosaikunda as the abode of the Hindu deities Shiva and his wife Gauri.
The Hindu scriptures Bhagwat Purana, Bishnu Purana and the epics Mahabharat & Ramayana refer to Samundra Mathan(Ocean shake), which is directly related to the origin of Gosaikunda. The waters here are considered as holy and of particular significance during the Janai Purnima. Janai Purnima (Full Moon in August) is the festival when thousands of pilgrims from Nepal and India visit the area.
Gosaikunda is believed to be created by Lord Shiva when he thrust his Trishul (Trident) into a mountain to extract water so that he could cool his stinging throat after he had swallowed poison. He had swallowed poison to protect undying (Immortal) syrup from the devil. It is believed that Lord Shiva had realized freshness after drinking this water and that is why the Hindu pilgrimage tries to climb here to have a shower.
And Langtang valley is another attraction for this trip. It always offers great views of Langtang Himalaya and Tibetan influenced society within Langtang valley where you can see Himalayan yaks around Langtang & Kyanjin Gompa area. Your trekking ends at Syabrubesi then drive to Kathmandu.
What’s the best time to visit here?
Before going for any trek you must research about the weather in that destination. You should search for the weather according to Nepal if you trek here. According to Nepal the best time to visit Gosainkunda and Langtang Valley is Autumn and Spring season. But the weather here changes in a minute, therefore it’s unpredictable and that’s why you should pack all the stuff like warm clothes, hiking boots, raincoat, sunglasses, and some food.
What can we provide?
We will be providing you all the right equipment, documents and anything else you need to trek like a pro. Get discounts according to the groups and individuals with the best accommodations and more.
Our Social Activities
We are coordinating for free volunteering in Nepal as well. And we are supporting to needy people of Nepal through our trekking agency. We are helping some students with their school expenses back on the mountain. You may check those of our social activities on the free volunteering page.
- Private vehicle for airport arrival and departure
- A private vehicle from Kathmandu to Sundarijal
- Two-night hotel in Kathmandu on the basis of twin sharing with breakfast
- Public bus ticket from Syabrubesi to Kathmandu
- Taxi to/from the bus park
- Lodge accommodation on the mountain during trekking
- Meals a day Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner during the trek
- Fresh fruits in dinner
- Water purification
- Sleeping bag & Down jacket for trekking
- Langtang National park permit
- Shivapuri National park permit
- TREKKERS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (TIMS) cards for trekking
- Authentic licensed, English speaking experienced trekking guide
- One porter for two trekkers
- Guide and Porter's salary, food, accommodation, equipment, insurance
- Government and local taxes
- Farewell dinner at one of the reputed restaurant
- Nepal visa fee
- Travel insurance
- Tips to guide & porter
- All soft & hard drink
- All your personal expenses which is not mentioned in cost inclusion