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Gosainkunda Trek

Trip code 142
Package name Gosainkunda Trek
Duration 9
Max. elevation 4610 m
Transportation All ground transportation
Accomodation  3 ***Hotel in Kathmandu
Starts at Kathmandu
Ends at Kathmandu
Trip route Dhunche-Sing Gompa - Gosain Kunda- Chisapani
Cost USD 750 per person



Heaven on the earth is mythical but in Nepal it’s real. Where in earth you will find the splendors of the Himalayas, woods, villages and fairy Lakes? All these surprises and wonderful creation of Mother Nature is present in Nepal. There is no better trekking route than Langtang Gosainkunda Trek trail to find out all these wonders of Mother Nature. Explore yourself the mighty place supposed to have been created by Lord Shiva himself in the form of Gosainkunda Lake. Traverse the mystical valley of Langtang and panoramic view of mountains like Sishapangma, Gaurishankar, Ganjala Peak, Langtang Lirung and others.

The trip of Langtang Gosainkunda Trek starts as similar to the Langtang Valley Trek. During the trekking holiday in Langtang, you will come across numerous spiritual places and Himalayas view points. For the more information regarding the Langtang Valley trip you can check out our Langtang Valley Trek itineraries as well. This is the first phase of the trekking before you head towards the iconic Gosainkunda Lake. The places like Lama Hotel, Ghodatabela, Langtang Valley, Kyangjin Gompa and Kyangjin Ri offers the colorful rhododendron woods, alpine forests, monasteries and panoramic views of mountains as well as memorial chortens. Once you depart from the Langtang trail the journey heads uphill towards the Thulo Syapru. The view of the turquoise lake is mystical. It is believed that Lord Shiva drank all the poison extracted accidently during sea mining to save the world. In pain of keeping poison in his neck he threw his Trishul on the rocks around Gosainkunda. This led to the source of the pure pristine water forming this holy lake. During August the Janaipurnima festival is marked with so much of vibrancy in this part of Langtang. Beyond the Gosainkunda the trekkers reach the small village of Tamang origin of people called Chisapani. This is the short trekking route to take too. The terraced farmlands and villages might interest you before heading back to Kathmandu.

Accommodation & meals during the Gosainkunda Trek

The Gosainkunda Trek is a popular trekking route in Nepal that takes you through the stunning Langtang region and offers breathtaking views of the Himalayas.
When it comes to accommodation and meals during the Gosainkunda Trek, there are several options available.


Similar to the Langtang Valley Trek, there are several lodges and teahouses along the trail that provide basic accommodation facilities like a bed, blanket, and pillow. These lodges and teahouses also have communal bathrooms with hot showers. The rooms are usually shared and sometimes private rooms are available at an additional cost.


Most lodges and teahouses in the Gosainkunda Trek offer a variety of meals including traditional Nepalese food like dal bhat (rice, lentil soup, and vegetables), noodles, and momos (dumplings). You can also find western-style food like pizza, pasta, and sandwiches. The lodges and teahouses also provide breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

It's important to note that the prices of accommodation and meals may vary depending on the location and the season. It is always advisable to carry some extra cash for unforeseen expenses. Additionally, it is recommended to bring water purification tablets or a filter to purify water from streams or taps, as bottled water may not be readily available or environmentally sustainable.

Best time to do Gosainkunda trek

The best time to do the Gosainkunda trek in Nepal is during the months of September to November, which is the autumn season. During this time, the weather is clear and dry, offering stunning views of the surrounding Himalayan mountains and valleys. The temperature during this time is moderate during the day and chilly at night, making it a comfortable time to trek.

Another good time to do the  Gosainkunda is during the months of March to May, which is the spring season. The weather during this time is also dry and clear, and the mountains are adorned with blooming rhododendron flowers. The temperature is mild during the day and still cool at night.

It's important to note that during the winter months of December to February, the Gosainkunda region experiences heavy snowfall and the trekking routes may be blocked. Similarly, during the monsoon season from June to August, the trails can be slippery and muddy due to frequent rain. Therefore, it's best to avoid trekking during these months.

How can solo travelers do the Gosainkunda trek?

The Gosainkunda trek is a beautiful and challenging trek in the Langtang region of Nepal, and it is possible for solo travelers to do this trek. Here are some tips for solo travelers planning to do the Gosainkunda trek:

1:Research and plan ahead: Before embarking on the trek, do thorough research on the route, the weather, and the equipment needed for the trek. It is also essential to plan your itinerary, including your accommodations and meals.

2:Choose the right time: The best time to do the Gosainkunda trek is during the spring and autumn seasons when the weather is clear and dry. It is best to avoid the monsoon season, which brings heavy rains and can make the trek challenging.

3:Hire a guide or a porter: While it is possible to do the trek solo, it is recommended to hire a guide or a porter for safety and convenience. A guide can provide valuable insights into the trek, while a porter can carry your backpack, leaving you free to enjoy the trek.

4:Stay in teahouses: The Gosainkunda trek has several teahouses along the route that provide food and accommodation. Staying in teahouses is an excellent way to meet other trekkers and share experiences.

5:Be prepared for altitude sickness: The Gosainkunda trek involves a significant altitude gain, and it is essential to acclimatize properly to avoid altitude sickness. Drink plenty of water, take it slow, and if necessary, take a rest day to allow your body to adjust to the altitude.

6:Pack the right gear: Make sure to pack warm clothing, a good pair of hiking boots, a sleeping bag, and a trekking pole. It is also essential to bring a first aid kit, sunscreen, and insect repellent.

7:Be respectful of the local culture: The Gosainkunda trek passes through several villages, and it is essential to be respectful of the local culture and customs. Dress modestly, ask for permission before taking photographs, and avoid littering.

Trip Itinerary

Day 1 : Kathmandu Arrival (1300m)

Up on arrival in Kathmandu, we will welcome you at the airport then transfer to you hotel. Evening welcome dinner with cultural show.Overnight at hotel.

Day 2 : Drive to Kathmandu –Dhunche (1966m)

Today we head to Dhunche.Travelling through Trishuli (Nuwakot). it will take you 7 to 8 hours.Overnight at Dhunche.

Day 3 : Trek From Dhunche to Sing Gompa(3330m): 5 Hrs

Having breakfast then our trail goes ascending gradually to Ghatte Khola (stream). After crossing a suspension bridge over this stream, we continue our trek steeply up and reach Sing Gompa after crossing pine, silver oak and rhododendron forests. Overnight at lodge.

Day 4 : Trek from Sing Gompa to Gosain Kunda (4380m) - 5 hrs:

From Sing Gompa you climb a ridge to the main Gosainkund trail. You follow a rugged trail with dramatic views to the Manaslu range, Ganesh Himal range, Tibetan peaks and Langtang Lirung. Eventually, the trail descends from the ridge to the first of three lakes Sarashowti Kunda, second is Bhairab Kunda and third is Gosain Kunda. Thousands of Hindu pilgrims visit the lakes during a full- moon festival in August. The lake is also scared to Buddhists. Overnight at lodge.

Day 5 : Trek from Gosainkunda to Ghopte (3200m) - 6.30 hrs:

Today we leave Gosaikund and climb through rugged country, past four small lakes to the Laurebina La (4610meters), the highest point of this trek. On a clear day we can see Annapurna range through the way. Then the trail leads us steeply down to Phedi (3740m). From here, the route drops to the stream then climbs through the scrub Bamboo to a crest. Continue walk down throughout crossing a rocky hill with pine, rhododendron trees to Ghopte. Overnight at lodge.

Day 6 : Trek from Ghopte to Kutumsang (2446m) - 6 hrs:

Descending from the ridge at Ghopte, the trail makes numerous ups and downs across ravines and the boulders of old moraines. The trail slightly descends and then begins to ascend through the rhododendron, oak and juniper forests up to the Tharepati (3510m). Trek downhill with only one small ridge to cross en route. Stop at Kutumsang, an interesting typically old-fashioned Helambu village. Attractive Mountain views as well as local peoples’ life style, culture; customs would be worth making you glad. Overnight at lodge.

Day 7 : Trek to Chisapani - 2210m (5-6 hr):

The trail goes through forests and some small villages, we have to walk up and down way and on the way to Chisopani we can see Himalayan range from Manaslu to Everest.Today our trail goes to beautiful Sundarijal. We have to passes through Borlang Bhanjyang to reach Sundarijal and near to Sundarijal we also passes through Army check post. Its an hour Drive to Kathmandu from Sundarijal. We start the day by climbing up the last pass of the trek at Borlang Bhanjyang, at 2240m overnight at the Hotel

Day 8 : Drive Back to Kathmandu

it is a short trek to Sundarijal as we walk past the local water supply system and follow the water pipe to this village.From sundarijal we take a private Vehicle to Kathmandu its take 40 min.Overnight at Kathmandu.

Day 9 : Farewell friend.

We will transfer you airport as per your flight time.


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