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Langtang Gosaikunda Trek



Best Season

Spring , summer & Autumn




The Langtang Valley is a hidden alpine valley full of flora and fauna, the valley forms part of The Central Himalaya that lies around 80 kms north of Kathmandu. A journey up theLangtang Valley and into the high glaciers is considered to be one of the most rewarding short treks in Nepal. The trek captures the essence of the landscapes and character of Nepal. Contouring along the northern side of the lower Langtang Valley we are rewarded with some wonderful views of the surrounding peaks as we dslowly wind our way up the valley.We trek among the villages and farmlands of its people, many of whom are of Tibetan origin. The region is far less visited by tourists and on a lot of the trek you will feel like you are in the wilderness, more akin to some of the more remote regions in Nepal.

  • Day 1

    Arrival in Kathmandu – 1,300m/4264 ft
    Upon arrival at the Airport in Kathmandu, our representative will heartily welcome you. After completing your custom formalities (Visa etc.) will pick up your luggage. Just look our representative with your name on display board at the arrival gate. You will be transferred to your hotel. After check in, you will visit our office , meet your guide as well as other participants of the trekking.

  • Day 2

    Kathmandu, Patan sightseeing and trekking preparation in Kathmandu (1,300m)

    The second morning after breakfast, we start a guided tour to several of the most historical and spiritual places in Kathmandu valley. The tour covers UNESCO World Heritage Sites including historical Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swoyambhunath (Buddhist Shrine, also called monkey temple), Baudhanath (the Largest Stupa in the World), Pashupatinath (Hindu's holiest pilgrimage site). Known as a city of arts, Patan, is one of the major cities of Nepal and is best known for its rich cultural heritage, in particular its tradition of arts and crafts. In the evening, pre-trip discussions and introduction to our fellow trekking staff for your adventure trip will be organized.

  • Day 3

    Drive to Syabrubesi (1,550 m / 5,100 ft): 145 km: 7 hrs

    In the afternoon after breakfast, we drive out of Kathmandu along the north-western hills of Kathmandu. On the way we enjoy the Himalayan views and mountainous lifestyle through the terraced fields and rustic villages. After taking Lunch at the Trishuli Bazar we continue further to Dhunche, from where we descend down to Syabrubesi. Overnight stay at Syabrubesi.

  • Day 4

    Trek to Lama Hotel (2,380 m / 7830 ft): 6 hrs
    We begin our trekking adventure in Syabrubesi. At first we follow the Langtang Khola, pass through the dense forests and cross several suspension bridges. The trail has many ups and downs but not very difficult. Overnight stay at Lama Hotel.

  • Day 5

    Trek to Langtang Village (3,430m/ 11253ft): 6/7 hrs.
    The morning tea is following by the second day of the trekking. Our trail continues along dense forests. After making a steady climb through the valley, we leave the tree line behind. Enjoying the marvelous views of Langtang Lirung, we pass by water mills, prayer wheels, Chortens, with sacred mounds of rocks with inscriptions carved on them. Overnight stay at Langtang village.

  • Day 6

    Trek to Kyanjin Gompa (3,870 m / 12,697 ft.):  3.5 hrs.
    Immediately getting out of the village, we come across yak pastures. Along the trail, we also pass through the largest Mani wall in Nepal, which is made of stone with prayers written on them. On our course, we cross several of the wooden bridges. As we are getting into the high altitude, you might feel the thin air. Overnight stay at Kyanjin Gompa.

  • Day 7

    Excursion to Tsergo Ri ( 5033 m / 16,508 ft) and back to Kyanjin: 7-8 hrs.
    We make an excursion to Tsergo Ri which would also help us to acclimatize. The climb to Tsergo Ri (above 5,000 meters) offers a magnificently panoramic views of the Himalayas. In addition,  the climb to Tsergo Ri is a challenging one and the time for climb depends upon your physical fitness and previous experiences of climbing mountains. By the evening, we return back to Kyanjing Gompa. Overnight stay at Kyanjing Gompa.

  • Day 8

    Trek to Lama Hotel: 5-6 hrs.
    The eighth day, we retract to Lama Hotel, all the way downhill. You will see fantastic views of towering mountains what you have missed on the way up. It is suggested to walk slow and take more time to enjoy the natural beauty. Overnight stay at Lama Hotel.

  • Day 9

    Trek to Thulo Syabru: 5-6 hrs.
    At the beginning, we descend down to the river, crossing the river we ascend to Thulo Syabru. We will see the fascinating view of Langtang Himal and surrounding natural beauty. On the way, you will pass through pine and Juniper forests. Overnight stay at Thulo Syabru.

  • Day 10

    Trek to Shin Gumba: 3-5 hrs.
    You take the trail climbing up to Dimsa village through rhododendron, hemlock and oak forests to Shin Gumba. On the way you will see fantastic views of Langtang Himal and Langtang valley. Shin Gumba is another popular site for Cheese production. Overnight stay at Shin Gumba.

  • Day 11

    Trek to Gosainkunda: 5-6 hrs.
    The trail ascends through rhododendron forest covered rim of the mountain. This area is a sanctuary for red panda, an endangered wild animal species. You return to the ridge and climb a wider route through alpine country to arrive at Gosainkunda. Explore around the lakes and enjoy. Overnight stay at Gosaikunda.

  • Day 12

    Trek to Gopte: 6-8 hrs.
    It is challenging today. The trail is steep climb and rough. Passing three more small lakes, the trail ascends and crosses Lauribina La across the Pass, the path down to Phedi you continue walking up and down throughout, crossing a rocky hill with rhododendron forest. Overnight stay at Gopte.

  • Day 13

    Trek to Melamchi Gaon: 6-7 hrs.
    You descend down through a forested area and then climb through a dry river-bed to arrive at Kharka that is surrounded by rhododendron forest. You climb through the forest to arrive at the village of Thare Pati. Climbing the ridge directly above the village gives you a marvelous view of the Jugal Himal region. Overnight stay at Melamchi Gaon.

  • Day 14

    Trek to Tarke Gyang: 5-7 hrs
    Helambu region is the cultural destination. Walk up to Tarke Gyang where you can observe Sherpa culture with traditional village and monasteries. The stone houses are made close to each other with narrow alleyways in between. Overnight stay at Tarke Gyang.

  • Day 15

    Trek to Sermathang: 3-5hrs
    Now you will cross small forest with the view of beautiful village of Helambu region. The trail makes a sweep around the wide valley and reaches to a pretty Sherpa village of Gangyul. The people of this village practice Drukpa Kagyu Buddhism, the same as the national religion of Bhutan. Overnight stay at Sermathang.

  • Day 16

    Trek to Melamchi Pul Bazar and drive to Kathmandu: 3-4 hrs; 2 hrs bus
    You take a short walk down to Melamchi Pul Bazar where you can catch transport, bus or jeep, to Kathmandu. Later in the evening, we will organize a Welcome Dinner at an excellent traditional Nepalese Restaurant where you will enjoy a Nepali cultural program along with a fine meal,Overnight at Kathmandu.

  • Day 17

    Kathmandu departure or trip extensions by adding optional activities
    Drive to airport to board onward journey flight. Or extend your trip by adding optional activities.


Whats included

  • All ground transportations by private vehicle including airport pick up & drop transfers
  • Full day sightseeing tour in Kathmandu valley inclusive of all word heritage entry fees, tour guide & private vehicle.
  • Three night’s accommodation with breakfast at a 3-star category hotel in Kathmandu 
  • Three daily meals with tea and coffee (lunch dinner & breakfast) during the trek.
  • Best available twin sharing lodge to lodge accommodation during the trek (comfortable and clean)
  • Government license holder English speaking trekking guide 
  • Porters to carry your luggage during the trekking (1 porter for 2 people) & their food,accommodation,salary,equipment & insurance.
  • All land transportation by bus from Kathmandu - Syabrubesi and Melumchi Bazar to Kathmandu by private vehicle.
  • Warm down jacket, sleeping bag and duffel bag if necessary ( which need to be returned after your trip completion). 
  • All necessary paper work for the trip. 
  • Langtang National park fee.
  • Trekking permit, including TIMS fee- trekker’s Information Management System (please bring 2 passport size photos for permit.
  • Comprehensive first aid medical kit.
  • Welcome and farewell dinner in Kathmandu at typical Nepal restaurant.
  • All government taxes and office service charge.

Whats not included

  • All meals in Kathmandu other than breakfast (and also in the case of early return from the trip than the scheduled itinerary). 
  • Travel insurance.
  • International airfare.
  • Optional tours and activities during free time.
  • Nepal entry visa fee $ 40 for 30 days, easily can obtain upon your arrival at Tribhuwan international airport, Kathmandu.
  • Drinks, including water, coke, Fanta, alcoholic beverages, snacks and other personal expenses.
  • Personal trekking equipment.
  • Travel /medical insurance and emergency evaluation cost (if incase)
  • Tips and gratuities for trekking staff and drivers.


Hand sanitizing lotion
Reading/writing material
Camera and binoculars
Protein bars, chocolate, dry fruits, candies and snack foods
Travel documents: passport, visa, travel insurance, air tickets
Money: traveler’s cheque / cash / credit card
Spare boot laces
Sleeping bag
Light weight towel
Day pack or carry your personal needs during the day
Torch/flashlight – hand-lamp type is ideal
Sunscreen and lip balm
Refillable water bottle – min. 1 liter
Gloves –wool or fleeced
Sewing Kit
Wind and waterproof jacket and pants
Umbrella, especially in summer (May to September)
Comfortable trekking shoes
Running shoes or sandals for evening
Wool jumper/sweater/fleece – lightweight
Down jacket
Fleece jacket
T-shirts 2 or 3, long sleeved
Pants – lightweight long trousers (jeans are unsuitable)
Socks: thick wool blend and thin cotton to be worn in combination – ensure boots fit
Extra warm clothing/thermals
Medicine (Prescription drugs if you are taking daily, lip salve, aspirin, band aids, anti-histamine, Imodium or similar tablets for mild cases of diarrhea.

Note: If you do not have good equipment and are not available in home country, it can be bought or rented from trekking shops in Kathmandu, Nepal. The equipment is often top quality. Although daily rental charges are reasonable, a large deposit may be required.



While in Langtang trekking regions, we offer you accommodation in tea houses (mountain lodges). A Tea House is the combination of guest house, restaurant, and social hang out. The rooms are spare with twin beds and very little additional furniture. Blankets are generally provided. Most bathrooms are shared and toilets can be either squat type of the western version. Most of the Tea Houses have running water facility. Many of them also avail hot water for shower. But you will be charged by hotel owner using hot water shower.
Accommodation in Kathmandu.
We have chosen accommodation options based on the following criteria: Standard of hygiene, standard of services, location, food standards and cost. For trekkers we normally give three-star level hotels in Kathmandu). All accommodations are based on twin sharing, with breakfast.
Meals during Trekking
In Tea House trekking you will usually have breakfast and dinner in the lodge; lunch will be taken in trail side restaurants. Every tea house serves the traditional Nepali meal Dal Bhat (rice and lentils), as well as a variety of different food items, such as rice, vegetables, noodles, potatoes and soup. Some have western food such as pizza, pasta and French fries. Soft drinks, snacks and beer are available in most of the tea houses and trail side restaurants.
Safe Drinking Water in Trekking 
We suggest you to drink Euro-guard filtered water in trekking. Several guest houses have this system installed en route. Alternatively, you can bring chlorine tablets to purify the normal water available in the guest houses along the way. Also boiled filter water is available in tea house. Although mineral water is available in most places which is better choice for most.
Trekking Guide, Porter.
We offer you an experienced trekking guide. He is in charge of your overall trekking package. This is the person you should go with all problems, concerns and questions. He is well trained in all aspects of trekking, high altitude medicines, first-aid and emergency procedure. He is selected in terms of his professionalism and expertise. Remember that trekking guides are local citizens and their English may be basic and limited to trek related topics. Porters carry your luggage. They are also local citizens. Normally one porter carries 20 to 25 kg of stuff. Normally we provide one porter for two trekkers.
What is Trekking?
There are very few roads in the foothills and mountains of Nepal. Most travel throughout the country is on foot, on well-established trails that connect widely dispersed villages and towns.  Trekking is the term most commonly used for travelling on foot throughout the countryside of Nepal. We offer three basic variations of trekking. 
Tea house trek: You will travel through the countryside supported by your Sherpa staff and porters to carry your equipment and luggage. You will stay in local tea houses and lodges along the route.
Camping trek: This type of trek is self-contained, with Sherpa staff, porters, cook staff, kitchen, sleeping and dinning tents, portable toilet commode, chairs, tables, etc. The staff will make and dismantle camp each day. This style of trekking affords more flexibility in camping locations and routes.
Remote Trek: Some trekkers like to blaze new trails and discover less travelled and remote areas. This demanding style of trekking will take you through difficult terrains of Nepal that are less visited by foreigners