Gosainkund Helambu Trek delivers spectacular sceneries of the high Himalayas that extend for a distance of 150km. we can see the snow-covered giant of Langtang Lirung (7227m), and more distant Shisha Pangma (8046m) in Tibet and Ganesh Himal in the northwest. Bamboo, rhododendron and pine forests abound and host a wide variety of birdlife and animals including shy red pandas. Displays of flowers are at their best during the summer season, although epiphytic orchards and other flowers bloom at different times. Lauribinayak a fabulous viewpoint offers a wonderful view of sunset, sunrise and a 360-degree view of high mountains. The holy Gosainkund lakes, waterfalls and turbulent rivers add to the enjoyment of this Langtang Gosaikunda Trek.
Gosaikunda Helambu Trek begins from Kathmandu with a bus ride over the middle hill ridges to the important Trisuli Nadi, and then follows it upstream to Dhunche; the start of the trek. On the up-route, we visit a traditional cheese factory: the products are manufactured by hand. The second afternoon, at Shin Gompa, offers your first full views of the towering, snow-covered Ganesh Himal (7600m) and the Langtang Himal. we reach the beautiful and holy Gosainkund Lakes, revered by both Buddhists and Hindus. Beyond the Laurebina La (4610m), the altitude gradually drops as you descend through terraced rice paddies and several villages with splendid monasteries. Good boots, warm/waterproof clothing, a good sleeping bag, a day pack camera sunscreen and a hat are essential items. Our Gosaikunda Helambu Trek package includes transport, local porters, meals, tea house accommodation, drinking water and showers. Additional beverages and snacks will be excluded.