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Gosainkunda Trek

This classical trek combines three major areas north of Kathmandu along the border of Tibet Langtang, Gosainkunda and Helambu. Langtang is a narrow valley that lies just south of the Tibetan border. It is sandwiched between the main Himalayan range to the north and a slightly lower range of snowy peaks to the south. This trek offers an opportunity to explore villages, to climb small peaks and to visit glaciers at a comfortably low elevation. You can trek to Langtang by returning to Kathmandu via the holy lakes of Gosainkunda at 4,300m, thousands of Hindu pilgrims visit the lakes during the full moon festival in August. The lake is also sacred to Buddhists. Gosainkunda is actually the largest of three main lakes the other two being Saraswatikunda and Bhairabkunda. Hindu legend has it that the lakes were formed when the God Shiva plunged his trident (Trishul) into the ground in order to obtain water. The Trisuli River has its source in the lakes; thus the name. Helambu valley is very famous for its natural beauty and wonderful climate with superb views of magnificent snow-covered mountains. The area covers typical highland Sherpa villages along with beautiful Rhododendron forests. This region extends from the north to Taramarang to the Gosainkunda Lake and the lower Jugal Himal from the north. The valley is approached from Trishuli River Valley, north of Kathmandu.

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Day 01 Arrival and transfer to hotel

Day 02 Sightseeing around Kathmandu Valley.

Day 03 Kathmandu to Syabru besi 1430m. 137 Km

Day 04 Syabru Besi to Kyanjin

Day 05 Kyanjin to Lama hotel 2470m

Day 06 Lama Hotel to Langtang

Day 07 Langtang to Kyanjin Gompa 3920m

Day 08 Explore Kyanjin Gompa Valley

Day 09 Trek to Lama Hotel

Day 10 Lama Hotel to Thulo Syabru.2200m

Day 11 Thulo Syabru to Sing Gompa. 3240m

Day 12 Sing Gompa to Gosaikunda 4381m

Day 13 Gosaikunda to Thade Pati 3490m

Day 14 Thade Pati to Tarke Gyang

Day 15 Tarke Gyang to Sermathang trek

Day 16 Sermathang to Melamchi Pool trek & drive to Kathmandu

Day 17 Free day

Day 18 Departure

• Meals 3 times a day (Breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trekking.
• One Porter for two person and An experienced Government licensed holder guide.
• Food, accommodation, insurance, salary, equipment, transportation, local tax for Guide and porter.
• All necessary paper works and national park entry permits.
• TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System).
• All government taxes.
• Ground transportation .
• Insurance for guide and porter.
• All Entrance Fees
• Airport Pick up and drop.
• Accommodation in Kathmandu.(Twin sharing basis)

Nepal entry visa fee (you may easily issue the visa upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport - Kathmandu).
Your Travel and rescue insurance.
International airfare and airport departure tax.
All the Food in Kathmandu. Also in the case of early return from mountain (due to any reason) Than the scheduled Itinerary.
All the expenses in mountain over than scheduled itinerary (due to strike, delay or canceled flight)
Extra night Hotel in Kathmandu if arrive early or late departure than schedule Itinerary.
All the Bar bills and personal expenses (phone call, laundry service, battery recharge, bottle of water, hot water, shower, pot of tea, coffee etc.
Tips for the guide and porter.

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