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Gosainkunda Pass Trekking – 10 days

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  • DestinationNepal
  • Total Duration10 Days
  • Trek Duration8 Days
  • Best TimeMar to May & Sep to Dec
  • Max ElevationGosainkunda at 4200m
  • Trip GradeEasy to Moderate
  • TransportationPrivate Vehicle
  • AccommodationDouble/Twin Sharing in Hotel/Lodge
  • StyleTea House
  • MealsBreakfast Basis in city and full board during Trek
  • Min Group Size2+ pax

Gosainkunda Pass trekking is a mountainous and spiritual journey into Gosainkunda Lake situated at an altitude of 4400m in Langtang Himalaya. Gosainkunda trek is an easy and nearest Himalayan trek from Kathmandu and is accessible most of the year. Please note that Langtang Valley was one of the worst hit by 2015 earthquake, however the region has been opened for trekking.

Gosainkunda Lake is one of the highest wetlands in the world but is most popular as a pilgrimage site for both Buddhists and Hindus. The journey to Gosainkunda involves walking through the famous Langtang National Park which hosts a diversity of flora and fauna. The forests come alive with chirping of birds, colorful rhododendron and orchid flowers, prowled by such endangered species as Musk deer, Black bear snow leopard, red panda etc. 

 Trekkers will have to overcome the challenge of crossing Laurebina La pass at 4610m, one of the highest passes in the Himalayas. The pass and the Gosainkunda Lake offers stunning views of Langtang Lirung, Dorje, Yala, Naya Kangri, Ganesh peak and even Annapurna and Manaslu.

Also not to be missed is the culture of the Tamang ethnic group who are the indigenous inhabitants of this valley. Their culture, language and lifestyle is more akin to Tibetans. Gosaikunda Pass trekking is best approached in Spring and Autumn.

Highlights Gosainkunda Pass Trekking

● Visit popular pilgrimage site Gosainkunda lake

● Cross Laurebina La pass at 4610m and enjoy stunning views of Langtang, Manaslu and Annapurna ranges

● Trek through Langtang National Park

● Observe village lifestyle of Tamang and Chhetri ethnic groups

Cost Includes

● All airport/hotel transfers.

● Two Night Accommodation in BB at a deluxe hotel in Kathmandu on twin/double sharing basis.

● All accommodations and meals during the trek.

● An experienced licensed English-Speaking guide and porters.

● All Ground Transportation

● All necessary permits (TIMS, Park fees, world heritage sites entry fee where applicable)

● Farewell dinner

● A comprehensive medical kit.

● All government and local taxes

Cost Excludes

● Nepal Visa Fee

● International airfare to and from Kathmandu

● Meals in Kathmandu

● Any kind of refreshment beverages and alcohol.

● Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu in cases of early arrival, late departure, and early return from the mountains (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary.

● Travel and rescue insurance.

● Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower, etc.)

● Any extra costs resulting from cancellation, landslide, weather, political unrest or illness

● Tips for guide, drivers and porters.

Equipment & Gears

● Duffel/Rucksack bag/Suitcase

● Day bag.( Small handbag)

● Trekking shoes

● Sports shoes or sandals.

● Sun Hat/cap

● Warm woolen cap

● Trekking jacket Gore tex/ fleece jacket

● Pullover or warm sweeter

● Raincoat

● 4/5 pairs of good qualities shock

● Hand gloves

● 2/3 pairs of Trekking trousers

● 3/4 pairs of trekking shirts

● 3/4 pairs of Underwear

● Eye glass

● Water bottle

● 4 seasons Sleeping bag

● Flash or Torch light

● Camera and batteries.

Before you go

Trekking Group

For lodge and teahouse trekking, we ensure the standard group size, not exceed 16 pax. We believe we can maintain the quality of our services for 16 participants in each group. Please note some restricted trekking areas will require at least two participants to get permits. Individual and solo trekkers are allowed in other trekking regions.

For this trek we provide one licensed professional guide who can communicate or speak in English, one porter for every two participants and one assistant guide for more than 12 pax. A group of 16 participants will have one complimentary group leader. Our trekking guides and porters are well informed about their responsibilities. And the porters can carry up to 20kg of weight. Our field staff will also include one guide who is adept in administering first aid.


The accommodations are chosen based on trekking itinerary, comfort level, budget and interests of trekkers and accessibility in terms of scenery and trail. Most arrangements are made on Bed & Breakfast basis, double/twin sharing in Lodges/Tea houses and Deluxe – Star Hotels in cities. Depending upon your interests, a wide range of hotels are available in city areas such as Kathmandu, Pokhara, etc. and during the trekking trail, there are plenty of lodges, teahouses, guesthouses and sometimes even hotels for accommodation. A Teahouse/Lodge trek is where trekkers stay in lodges and guesthouses along the trail as opposed to tents/camping. Such Teahouses/Lodges are run either by local families or are community-based which offers simple to moderate facilities, with simple beds, solar-powered hot water and a limited set of cuisines/meals.

For this trek we offer two types of accommodation, ‘Deluxe Hotel’ in the city and ‘Teahouse/Lodge’ during the trekking trail. The Hotels and Teahouses have been selected by the Asia Buddhist Tours & Treks after personal inspection. We look at the conditions of the inns, local hygiene, quality of food, type of service and more. All rooms are double occupancy, but you can request a single occupancy room for an additional fee. However, sometimes single rooms are not available in some places, depending upon seasonality with limited choices available in peak season. We do work to provide the best possible options when trekking in the High Himalayas.


Touristic cities such as Kathmandu, Pokhara, offer some of the finest dining restaurants. Get spoiled with unlimited choices for cuisines, ranging from local Nepali food to international delicacies. In contrast, there might not be as much variety of cuisines available on the trekking trail. Trekking lodges and small eateries along the trail will offer you basic diets such as Nepali Dal Bhat, sandwich, apple pie and pizza and regular beverages. However, you will get to enjoy mostly organic food on trekking trails.

For this trek we offer you full board (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) local or best available continental food as per menu on your choice and 3 cups of tea/coffee per day. Please note that full board meals are not included during your transition stay in city areas, guests will have to pay for the meals (dinner and lunch), alcohol, hot & cold beverages and mineral water.


Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu (1400m)

Staff from Asia Buddhist Tours & Treks will be at Tribhuvan International Airport to welcome and receive you on your arrival in Kathmandu. After custom clearance of luggage, you will be taken to your pre-booked hotel for some rest. In the afternoon/evening, your trek guide will conduct a briefing about your trek at our office. Stay overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 2: Drive from Kathmandu to Dhunche (1960 Meters) 6 to 8 hours drive.

Take an early morning jeep drive from Kathmandu to Dhunche. The 6hrs drive along the Pasang Lhamu Highway follows the Trisuli River on a rather muddy road. You will reach Dhunche by mid afternoon. Stay overnight in Dhunche.

Day 3: Dhunche to Sing Gompa (3300 meters) 6 hour trek

The trail initially crisscrosses rhododendron forest before climbing to Deorali village. From here it is just an easy walk to Sing Gompa. Stay overnight in Sing gompa.

Day 4: Sing Gompa to Laurebina Yak (3910 meters)

This is one of the most trickiest sections of the trekking. Follow the quiet and forested path towards Laurebina Yak via Chalang Pati. You will have occasional sightings of langur monkeys on this trail. Also sightings of Manaslu and Ganesh Himal is also worth capturing. Stay overnight in Laurebina Yak.

Day 5: Trek to Gosaikunda (4200 meters) – 3 hours walk.

Prepare yourself for a rewarding trek today. The goal is to reach Gosaikunda. The trail climbs steeply all the way to Gosaikunda, a duration of about 3 hrs. Gosainkunda during winter freezes but in Spring hosts hundreds of pilgrims to celebrate the full moon. You will see many other lakes nearby including Bhairva Kunda, Chandra Kunda and Dudh Kunda. Stay overnight in Gosainkunda.

Day 6: Trek to Ghopte (3530m) via Laurebina La pass (4610m)

Another major day awaits you. Follow the trail towards the high camp which ascends sharply. Be sure to follow the guide instruction to take the proper route. Cross Laurebina La pass at 4610 and enjoy great views of Langtang, Ganesh, Annapurna and Manaslu. Afterwards descend towards the valley of Phedi surrounded by bamboo forest to enter Ghopte. Stay overnight in Ghopte.

Day 7: Trek to Tharepati (2470 meters)

The trail leaving Ghopte drops about 1000m to arrive at Tharepati. Tharepati is a small settlement with few lodges. Stay overnight in Tharepati.

Day 8: Trek to Chisapani (2215 meters)

You will continue to make gradual descent. En route pass by Kutumsang Village and Golphu Bhanjyang and further via rhododendron forest. In 3 hrs you will be in Chisopani village. Stay overnight in Chisopani.

Day 9: Trek to Sundarijal and drive to Kathmandu.

Today you will trek down to Sundarijal, a popular picnic spot and a source of water for Kathmandu Valley residents. The walk is fairly easy as you walk through ShivaPuri National Park. Once in Sundarijal you will be whisked away by a jeep back to Kathmandu. Stay overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 10: Final departure

As per your flight schedule, an office transport will pick you up from your hotel and drive you to Tribhuvan international airport. We will bid farewell to you and hope to see you again next time.

Route Map of Gosainkunda Pass Trekking


1. Is Gosainkunda Pass Trekking Safe?

Gosainkunda Pass trekking is one of the most popular trekking area in Nepal located in Langtang region. Every year tens of thousands of trekkers pass through this trail. The trekking trail is well established with plenty of hotels and lodges and good communication network.

2. How difficult is Gosainkunda Pass Trekking?

Gosainkunda Pass trekking is graded easy to moderate. You will be following well laid-out trail in the company of licensed, experienced trekking guide. The highest elevation reached during the trek is Gosainkunda (4200m) and Laurebinayak pass(4610m). Some sections of the trail are occasionally covered with snow.

3. How fit do I have to be for this trek?

Acclimatization to high altitude and long stretch of walking is involved in the trek. Basic physical fitness and stamina is a requirement to do Gosainkunda Pass trekking.

4. Is this cost of the trek comparative & reasonable?

The program cost we offer to you is both comparative and reasonable. Since we practice sustainable tourism, we attempt to give the best experience to our tourists while ensuring equal economic dividends to locals of the host destination and our staff. We do not overprice and we discourage unhealthy practices of undercutting. We believe in providing quality service to our guests at a sustainable competitive price.

5. Could we customize the itinerary?

Yes, you can always customize the itinerary according to your requirements. We are quite flexible in re-designing the itinerary by taking into consideration your time availability and needs.

6. Could we combine this trek with other trekking packages?

We are flexible in designing programs that suit your interests and needs. Feel free to let us know what you prefer and what your choices are. You can combine two or three trek programs in one go or even more. Alternatively you can go for tour and trek programs combinedly. We are open to any set of combinations you want to pursue.

7. What if I cancel the trip, do I get my refund?

You can cancel the trip if you have personal reasons to do so. Please read our Terms & Conditions for refund details.