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Gosaikunda Laurebina Pass Trek

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Duration Duration
9 Days
Max. Altitude Max. Altitude
4,610 m (15,120 ft)
Activities Activities
Scenic Drive, Moderate - Adventurous Trekking
Destination Destination
Nepal
Start/End Point Start/End Point
Kathmandu - Kathmandu
Transportation Transportation
Airport Transfers | Shared private vehicle to/from trailhead | 1:2 Porter (s)
Grade Grade
Moderate
Nature of Trip Nature of Trip
Lodge to Lodge Trek
Meals Meals
8 Breakfast | 8 Lunch | 6 Dinner
Group Size Group Size
1-8 People
Best Seasons Best Seasons
Aug - Dec., March - Jun
Accommodation Accommodation
2 N in 3* hotel, 7N in Teahouse Eco Lodge

Overview of Gosaikunda Laurebina Pass Trek

Gosaikunda Laurebina Pass trek is the best way to visit this holy lake including the highest pass of the area and other lakes. The trail is one of the popular treks after Langtang Valley trek in the Langtang region of Nepal. One can combine it with the Langtang Valey Trekking or Tamang Heritage trail trek. Gosaikunda is the divine place of all Hindus, Bonpo and Buddhists. The region consists of several 108 different holy lakes. The lake Gosainkunda is the major one which lies at an altitude of 4,380m. Besides the pilgrims,  the adventure trekkers equally love Gosainkunda-Laurebina Pass Trek.

Highlights of Gosaikunda Laurebina Pass Trek

  • 9 Days of Adventure trek
  • Encounter the various flora and fauna, and Several species of birds
  • Get an insight of Tamang and Sherpa Settlements and culture and village life
  • Experience the challenging uphill walk
  • Sunrise and sunset view over the high Himalayas
  • Capture the panoramic mountain view of Langtang, Ganesh Himal Range, Manaslu, and border mountains.
  • Visit Several Holy lakes named after the Hindu deities Naagkunda, Gosainkunda, Saraswatikunda, Suryakunda and more

Route Map

Langtang Gosaikunda Trekking Map

Religious Significance

Every year, thousands of pilgrims including Shamans from surrounding districts visit the lake area to mark the festival of Janai Purnima. The major festival of Janai Purnima occurs in August. Since it is a sacred lake, people believe that taking a dip into the holy water of the lake washes off their sins.  Despite the remoteness, a huge number of Hindus and Buddhist pilgrims visit the region every year. Besides this, the region is among the top choice of trekkers due to its unique sceneries. Due to its popularity,  most of the trekkers inquire about it as Gosainkunda Trek.

Landscapes / Terrian

Gosaikunda Laurebina Pass trek passes through the varied landscapes. Likewise, the green forest of the area ranges from subtropical to the alpine environment. The trekkers here love the route due to several terraced fields, waterfalls, streams, hills, and super scenic mountain views.

The Gosaikunda Laurebina Pass La trek extends with the drive from Kathmandu to Dhunche (1,960m). The trekking trail follows historic Sing Gompa on the way to reach the magical Gosaikunda. In the back steps, we cross Laurebina La/ Suryakunda Pass to get to Ghopte. Hence enjoying the mountain panorama, lake view, and tranquil trail. The next camps of the trek are Thadepati, Kutumsang, and Chisapani. On the final day, a half-day hike takes you Kathmandu.

Places to visit

  • Explore the Cheese factory in Chandanbari and Sing Gumpa Monastery
  • Feel the peace of sacred lakes of Gosaikunda, Bhairab Kunda and many more

Best Season

September- mid-December, and March – the first week of June is the ideal time to trek the Gosaikunda region.

Weather

Generally, the weather in the Gosaikunda area is unpredictable and keeps on changing several times a day. The air is humid and cold.  Still, the tantalizing sun shining above you, the chilled air makes you feel cold. You should carry warm clothes, hiking boots, sunglasses, walking sticks, gloves, raincoats, medicines, reusable water bottles, and light snacks.

Required Permits for Gosaikunda Laurebina Pass Trek

Trekking in the Gosainkunda area requires two types of permits. You can get issued a National park entry permit at the checking counter of Langtang National Park located just a few hundred meters before Dhunche. The permit costs US$30 and a Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) Card from Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN) in Kathmandu.

Gosaikunda Laurebina Pass Trek - Accommodation

Tea house lodges are the main form of accommodation during Gosaikunda-Lauribina trek. You will have to eat your meals basically, dinner and breakfast at the same place where you stay overnight. Tea house provide warmer rooms with basic facilities. Usually, the dining room is bigger and warmer with a heating system installed. You might have to pay extra for hot showers. The tea houses of the area have an electricity facility where you can charge your electronic devices.

DaysHotel/LodgeCategoryPlace
01, 08Hotel Thamel or similar3 StarKathmandu
02-07Teahouse Lodge / HotelLodgeEn route

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Gosaikunda Laurebina Pass Trek - Detail Itinerary

01

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300m/4,428ft)

• Arrive in Kathmandu
• Pre-planning and briefing about the trekking
• Overnight at Hotel

02

Day 02: Kathmandu to Dhunche (1,960m) – 7 hrs

• 6:30 am – Pick up from the hotel
• 7:30 am- The Kerung Deluxe bus departs from Balaju
• You will take your breakfast and lunch on the way toTrisuli
• Overnight stay at Dhunche Lodge

03

Day 03: Dhunche to Sing Gompa (3,3335m) – 4 to 5 hours trek

• The actual treks starts from Dhunche
• Trek to uphill trail along the bamboo and oak forest, pass the village of Deurali and Dimsa and reach to Sing Gompa.
• Sing Gompa has a very famous monastery and the place is known as religious place.
• The trek offers the view of Langtang Himalayan ranges.
• Overnight stay at Sing Gompa lodge.

04

Day 04: Sing Gompa to Gosaikunda (4380m) – 5/6 hrs trek

• Today, you will pass the village of Chandanbari (3,330m) and Cholangpati (3,654m) and then to Laurebina (3,910m).
• Chandanbari is famous for cheese factory.
• You need to walk 2 hours steep walk from Lauribina to reach to Gosaikunda (4,380m).
• Gosaikunda is the best place to observe and see the view of Langtang and Ganesh Himalayan ranges.
• Overnight stay at Gosaikunda lodge.

05

Day 05: Gosaikunda to Ghopte (3,530m) via Suryakunda (4610m) – 7/8 hours

Laurebina La Pass - Gosainkuna Trek
Laurebina La Pass

• Trek to Laurebina La Pass (4,610m), the highest point of the entire trek
• It offers full of panoramic Mountain View.
• Spectacular view from Suryakunda/Lauribina Pass
• The trail gradually descends down towards the village of Ghopte on passing a small settlement Phedi.
• Overnight stay at Ghopte

06

Day 06: Ghopte to Kutumsang (2,470m) – 5/6 hours

• Today you will continue and continue downhill trail the whole day.
• On the way, Mangengoth is a scattered human settlement.
• The trek passes through the lush green forest. The trail spilt at Thadepati to lead into two different destination, Kutumsang and Helambu. The popular Helambu trek trail lies on the eastern part from Tharepati
• Overnight stay at Kutumsang

07

Day 07: Kutumsang to Chisapani (2,215m) – 4/5 hours walk

• The trek goes down all the way to Chisapanim through the lush green forest of oak and rhododendron trees.
• The trek will pass the village of Gul Bhanjyang, Thontundanda and Chipling.
• Chisapani is an amazing hill station popularly known for spectacular sunrise view and fresh natural habitat.
• Overnight stay at Chisapani.

08

Day 08: Chisapani to Kathmandu – 4 hours trek and 40 minute drive

• 4 hours downhill trek to Sundarijal.
• The trek offers scenic beauty of Nature along the way of Shivapuri National park.
• Drive back to Kathmandu from Sundarijal and shift to you hotel in Kathmandu.

09

Day 09: Departure to your next destination.

This is the time for saying goodbye from Nepal until the next trip. You will depart to your destination after this wonderful trekking experiences. Oriental Journeys will drop off you at the airport from hotel and waiting to meet you soon in your next Nepal Trip.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you provide airport pickup service in Kathmandu?

These packages include airport pickup and dropoff services, You need to provide us with your flight details in prior conversation so that we can arrange the service for you. At the time of your arrival, a representative from Oriental Journeys will come to Tribhuvan International Airport to receive you.

Do I need training and experience for Gosaikunda Laurebina-La pass trekking?

As you will be climbing a direct before reaching Gosaikunda from Cholangpati, the trek demands proper training for high altitude trek or some trekking experience above 3000meters sea level. Gosainkunda and Laurebina la pass trek is suitable for keen trekkers/hikers who are physically fit and mentally prepared to walk around 4 or 5 hours a day carrying a lightweight day Pack.

What kind of accommodation can I expect on Gosainkunda Lauribina la pass trekking?

We provide 3* Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu whereas there will be tea house lodge with the best possible room available during the trek days. The tea house lodges provide a cozy room with a clean with bed with warm mattresses and blankets. However, you can carry your own sleeping bags. The sleeping bags are easily available in the shops of Thamel to take in rent.

What kind of food are available on Gosainkunda - Lauribina La Pass trek?

The tea house lodges of the trekking trail have warm dining with heating system. The lodges own their restaurant attached to the lodge buildings.  They provide delicious foods, mostly vegetarian such as Nepali meal sets, momo and noodles, including western foods like Pasta, tuna bakeries, and potatoes, eggs, Dal Bhat, bread, soups, fresh seasonal vegetables. Traveler has to eat dinner and breakfast in the same lodge. However, there will be lunch pause during your trek in the afternoon before the evening camp.

Can I have a shower along Gosainkunda - Lauribina La Pass trekking?

Almost all the guesthouse/tea house lodges on the trekking trail have a shower. Some of them might charge extra cost for using it. The supporting staff, however, will provide a bucket of hot water during the camping trek.

What are the drinking water facilities during Gosainkunda - Lauribina La Pass trekking?

Almost all the shops and tea houses of the tail sell bottled water. Despite of this facility, we suggest the travelers to not use bottled water as it contributes to environmental pollution. Instead, you can get boiled water from the hotel /lodge you stay or you should carry water purifying chlorine tablets to purify the available tap/spring.

What is the electric facility, can I charge my digital camera or spare batteries on my trip?

Some of the lodges have electric facility and some have installed solar powers. So, charging your batteries and camera is possible. However, they might charge you some extra amount in a remote part of the trail. We suggest to carry spare batteries along with you.

What are the communication facilities on Gosainkunda - Lauribina La Pass trail?

Either Ncell or Namaste mobile network works throughout the trail. Sometimes during the case of worst weather the networks are disturbed. Otherwise the mobile 3G network works for the internet.

Can I use ATM and credit cards in Trekking?

The ATM machines are available only in the big cities. You cannot use it during your trek in the village and remote areas. You should carry Nepalese currencies for your necessary expenses. Nepalese Currency is available in paper notes of NPR 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000.

How can I book my trip and what are the payment terms?

We advise you to book your trips in months of advance to prepare yourself in all the necessary ways. You can book the trips directly paying through our website or through bank transfer, once you decide your travel. However, we will facilitate you for the last minute booking based on the type of tour/travel package you choose.

Regarding the payment installment, we prefer to receive 20% of the total trip cost as an advance deposit of the trip in order to confirm your reservation before you arrive in Nepal. You can pay the remaining amount after your arrival in Kathmandu.

Do you help us to carry our luggage on Gosainkunda - Lauribina La Pass trekking?

We provide porter(s) to carry your luggage. The ratio of porter is 2:1 ration i.e one porter for two trekkers. Our porters will carry a maximum of 20 kilos of weight.

How long do we need to walk in a day?

The distance that you have to walk for a day depending on your itinerary, generally, varies every day. The walking/trekking distance varies on the basis of available teahouse lodges, gradient, terrain and altitude. Despite the change in the distance you walk each day, you have to walk roughly about 5 hours each day on average.

Should I carry walking poles for Gosainkunda - Lauribina La Pass trekking?

Your preparedness and physical condition determine the supporting tools/equipment you should carry. However walking poles are always helpful while walking in the altitude and downhill. But walking poles are not mandatory.

Should I make additional money while going on the trek? If yes, How much?

You should carry some additional money while going on a trek. We highly recommend that you take Nepalese currencies because foreign currencies are not easily convertible in remote areas. Based on your spending habits you can allocate equivalent Nepalese rupees of US$10-US$15 per day to buy extra drinks, water bottles, etc. while you are on trek

Cost Includes

  • All ground transportation as per itinerary
  • Full board meal on the way to Dhunche and on the way to Kathmandu
  • Full board meals during the trek
  • Accommodation during the trek (Lodge, Guesthouse)
  • Entry Permits (National Park & TIMS)
  • An experienced and government licensed English speaking guide
  • Staff Insurance, food, accommodation and salary
  • All government and local taxes

Cost Excludes

  • International Flights
  • Rescue and Evacuation Services in case of an emergency
  • Your travel, medical and rescue insurance
  • Any extra entertainment and cost incurred for it
  • Bar, Laundry, Telephone bills, travel insurance
  • Meals and accommodation in Kathmandu
  • Tips, souvenir, and personal expenses

Gosaikunda Laurebina Pass Trek - Fixed Departure Cost & Dates


There is no fixed departure trip for this month. You can request for a private group trip.

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Duration Duration
9 Days
Max. Altitude Max. Altitude
4,610 m (15,120 ft)
Activities Activities
Scenic Drive, Moderate - Adventurous Trekking
Destination Destination
Nepal
Start/End Point Start/End Point
Kathmandu - Kathmandu
Transportation Transportation
Airport Transfers | Shared private vehicle to/from trailhead | 1:2 Porter (s)
Grade Grade
Moderate
Nature of Trip Nature of Trip
Lodge to Lodge Trek
Meals Meals
8 Breakfast | 8 Lunch | 6 Dinner
Group Size Group Size
1-8 People
Best Seasons Best Seasons
Aug - Dec., March - Jun
Accommodation Accommodation
2 N in 3* hotel, 7N in Teahouse Eco Lodge

Gosaikunda Laurebina Pass trek is the best way to visit this holy lake including the highest pass of the area and other lakes. The trail is one of the popular treks after Langtang Valley trek in the Langtang region of Nepal. One can combine it with the Langtang Valey Trekking or Tamang Heritage trail trek. Gosaikunda is the divine place of all Hindus, Bonpo and Buddhists. The region consists of several 108 different holy lakes. The lake Gosainkunda is the major one which lies at an altitude of 4,380m. Besides the pilgrims,  the adventure trekkers equally love Gosainkunda-Laurebina Pass Trek.

Highlights of Gosaikunda Laurebina Pass Trek

  • 9 Days of Adventure trek
  • Encounter the various flora and fauna, and Several species of birds
  • Get an insight of Tamang and Sherpa Settlements and culture and village life
  • Experience the challenging uphill walk
  • Sunrise and sunset view over the high Himalayas
  • Capture the panoramic mountain view of Langtang, Ganesh Himal Range, Manaslu, and border mountains.
  • Visit Several Holy lakes named after the Hindu deities Naagkunda, Gosainkunda, Saraswatikunda, Suryakunda and more

Route Map

Langtang Gosaikunda Trekking Map

Religious Significance

Every year, thousands of pilgrims including Shamans from surrounding districts visit the lake area to mark the festival of Janai Purnima. The major festival of Janai Purnima occurs in August. Since it is a sacred lake, people believe that taking a dip into the holy water of the lake washes off their sins.  Despite the remoteness, a huge number of Hindus and Buddhist pilgrims visit the region every year. Besides this, the region is among the top choice of trekkers due to its unique sceneries. Due to its popularity,  most of the trekkers inquire about it as Gosainkunda Trek.

Landscapes / Terrian

Gosaikunda Laurebina Pass trek passes through the varied landscapes. Likewise, the green forest of the area ranges from subtropical to the alpine environment. The trekkers here love the route due to several terraced fields, waterfalls, streams, hills, and super scenic mountain views.

The Gosaikunda Laurebina Pass La trek extends with the drive from Kathmandu to Dhunche (1,960m). The trekking trail follows historic Sing Gompa on the way to reach the magical Gosaikunda. In the back steps, we cross Laurebina La/ Suryakunda Pass to get to Ghopte. Hence enjoying the mountain panorama, lake view, and tranquil trail. The next camps of the trek are Thadepati, Kutumsang, and Chisapani. On the final day, a half-day hike takes you Kathmandu.

Places to visit

  • Explore the Cheese factory in Chandanbari and Sing Gumpa Monastery
  • Feel the peace of sacred lakes of Gosaikunda, Bhairab Kunda and many more

Best Season

September- mid-December, and March – the first week of June is the ideal time to trek the Gosaikunda region.

Weather

Generally, the weather in the Gosaikunda area is unpredictable and keeps on changing several times a day. The air is humid and cold.  Still, the tantalizing sun shining above you, the chilled air makes you feel cold. You should carry warm clothes, hiking boots, sunglasses, walking sticks, gloves, raincoats, medicines, reusable water bottles, and light snacks.

Required Permits for Gosaikunda Laurebina Pass Trek

Trekking in the Gosainkunda area requires two types of permits. You can get issued a National park entry permit at the checking counter of Langtang National Park located just a few hundred meters before Dhunche. The permit costs US$30 and a Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) Card from Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN) in Kathmandu.

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300m/4,428ft)

• Arrive in Kathmandu
• Pre-planning and briefing about the trekking
• Overnight at Hotel

Day 02: Kathmandu to Dhunche (1,960m) – 7 hrs

• 6:30 am – Pick up from the hotel
• 7:30 am- The Kerung Deluxe bus departs from Balaju
• You will take your breakfast and lunch on the way toTrisuli
• Overnight stay at Dhunche Lodge

Day 03: Dhunche to Sing Gompa (3,3335m) – 4 to 5 hours trek

• The actual treks starts from Dhunche
• Trek to uphill trail along the bamboo and oak forest, pass the village of Deurali and Dimsa and reach to Sing Gompa.
• Sing Gompa has a very famous monastery and the place is known as religious place.
• The trek offers the view of Langtang Himalayan ranges.
• Overnight stay at Sing Gompa lodge.

Day 04: Sing Gompa to Gosaikunda (4380m) – 5/6 hrs trek

• Today, you will pass the village of Chandanbari (3,330m) and Cholangpati (3,654m) and then to Laurebina (3,910m).
• Chandanbari is famous for cheese factory.
• You need to walk 2 hours steep walk from Lauribina to reach to Gosaikunda (4,380m).
• Gosaikunda is the best place to observe and see the view of Langtang and Ganesh Himalayan ranges.
• Overnight stay at Gosaikunda lodge.

Day 05: Gosaikunda to Ghopte (3,530m) via Suryakunda (4610m) – 7/8 hours

Laurebina La Pass - Gosainkuna Trek
Laurebina La Pass

• Trek to Laurebina La Pass (4,610m), the highest point of the entire trek
• It offers full of panoramic Mountain View.
• Spectacular view from Suryakunda/Lauribina Pass
• The trail gradually descends down towards the village of Ghopte on passing a small settlement Phedi.
• Overnight stay at Ghopte

Day 06: Ghopte to Kutumsang (2,470m) – 5/6 hours

• Today you will continue and continue downhill trail the whole day.
• On the way, Mangengoth is a scattered human settlement.
• The trek passes through the lush green forest. The trail spilt at Thadepati to lead into two different destination, Kutumsang and Helambu. The popular Helambu trek trail lies on the eastern part from Tharepati
• Overnight stay at Kutumsang

Day 07: Kutumsang to Chisapani (2,215m) – 4/5 hours walk

• The trek goes down all the way to Chisapanim through the lush green forest of oak and rhododendron trees.
• The trek will pass the village of Gul Bhanjyang, Thontundanda and Chipling.
• Chisapani is an amazing hill station popularly known for spectacular sunrise view and fresh natural habitat.
• Overnight stay at Chisapani.

Day 08: Chisapani to Kathmandu – 4 hours trek and 40 minute drive

• 4 hours downhill trek to Sundarijal.
• The trek offers scenic beauty of Nature along the way of Shivapuri National park.
• Drive back to Kathmandu from Sundarijal and shift to you hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 09: Departure to your next destination.

This is the time for saying goodbye from Nepal until the next trip. You will depart to your destination after this wonderful trekking experiences. Oriental Journeys will drop off you at the airport from hotel and waiting to meet you soon in your next Nepal Trip.

Do you provide airport pickup service in Kathmandu?

These packages include airport pickup and dropoff services, You need to provide us with your flight details in prior conversation so that we can arrange the service for you. At the time of your arrival, a representative from Oriental Journeys will come to Tribhuvan International Airport to receive you.

Do I need training and experience for Gosaikunda Laurebina-La pass trekking?

As you will be climbing a direct before reaching Gosaikunda from Cholangpati, the trek demands proper training for high altitude trek or some trekking experience above 3000meters sea level. Gosainkunda and Laurebina la pass trek is suitable for keen trekkers/hikers who are physically fit and mentally prepared to walk around 4 or 5 hours a day carrying a lightweight day Pack.

What kind of accommodation can I expect on Gosainkunda Lauribina la pass trekking?

We provide 3* Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu whereas there will be tea house lodge with the best possible room available during the trek days. The tea house lodges provide a cozy room with a clean with bed with warm mattresses and blankets. However, you can carry your own sleeping bags. The sleeping bags are easily available in the shops of Thamel to take in rent.

What kind of food are available on Gosainkunda - Lauribina La Pass trek?

The tea house lodges of the trekking trail have warm dining with heating system. The lodges own their restaurant attached to the lodge buildings.  They provide delicious foods, mostly vegetarian such as Nepali meal sets, momo and noodles, including western foods like Pasta, tuna bakeries, and potatoes, eggs, Dal Bhat, bread, soups, fresh seasonal vegetables. Traveler has to eat dinner and breakfast in the same lodge. However, there will be lunch pause during your trek in the afternoon before the evening camp.

Can I have a shower along Gosainkunda - Lauribina La Pass trekking?

Almost all the guesthouse/tea house lodges on the trekking trail have a shower. Some of them might charge extra cost for using it. The supporting staff, however, will provide a bucket of hot water during the camping trek.

What are the drinking water facilities during Gosainkunda - Lauribina La Pass trekking?

Almost all the shops and tea houses of the tail sell bottled water. Despite of this facility, we suggest the travelers to not use bottled water as it contributes to environmental pollution. Instead, you can get boiled water from the hotel /lodge you stay or you should carry water purifying chlorine tablets to purify the available tap/spring.

What is the electric facility, can I charge my digital camera or spare batteries on my trip?

Some of the lodges have electric facility and some have installed solar powers. So, charging your batteries and camera is possible. However, they might charge you some extra amount in a remote part of the trail. We suggest to carry spare batteries along with you.

What are the communication facilities on Gosainkunda - Lauribina La Pass trail?

Either Ncell or Namaste mobile network works throughout the trail. Sometimes during the case of worst weather the networks are disturbed. Otherwise the mobile 3G network works for the internet.

Can I use ATM and credit cards in Trekking?

The ATM machines are available only in the big cities. You cannot use it during your trek in the village and remote areas. You should carry Nepalese currencies for your necessary expenses. Nepalese Currency is available in paper notes of NPR 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000.

How can I book my trip and what are the payment terms?

We advise you to book your trips in months of advance to prepare yourself in all the necessary ways. You can book the trips directly paying through our website or through bank transfer, once you decide your travel. However, we will facilitate you for the last minute booking based on the type of tour/travel package you choose.

Regarding the payment installment, we prefer to receive 20% of the total trip cost as an advance deposit of the trip in order to confirm your reservation before you arrive in Nepal. You can pay the remaining amount after your arrival in Kathmandu.

Do you help us to carry our luggage on Gosainkunda - Lauribina La Pass trekking?

We provide porter(s) to carry your luggage. The ratio of porter is 2:1 ration i.e one porter for two trekkers. Our porters will carry a maximum of 20 kilos of weight.

How long do we need to walk in a day?

The distance that you have to walk for a day depending on your itinerary, generally, varies every day. The walking/trekking distance varies on the basis of available teahouse lodges, gradient, terrain and altitude. Despite the change in the distance you walk each day, you have to walk roughly about 5 hours each day on average.

Should I carry walking poles for Gosainkunda - Lauribina La Pass trekking?

Your preparedness and physical condition determine the supporting tools/equipment you should carry. However walking poles are always helpful while walking in the altitude and downhill. But walking poles are not mandatory.

Should I make additional money while going on the trek? If yes, How much?

You should carry some additional money while going on a trek. We highly recommend that you take Nepalese currencies because foreign currencies are not easily convertible in remote areas. Based on your spending habits you can allocate equivalent Nepalese rupees of US$10-US$15 per day to buy extra drinks, water bottles, etc. while you are on trek

Cost Includes

  • All ground transportation as per itinerary
  • Full board meal on the way to Dhunche and on the way to Kathmandu
  • Full board meals during the trek
  • Accommodation during the trek (Lodge, Guesthouse)
  • Entry Permits (National Park & TIMS)
  • An experienced and government licensed English speaking guide
  • Staff Insurance, food, accommodation and salary
  • All government and local taxes

Cost Excludes

  • International Flights
  • Rescue and Evacuation Services in case of an emergency
  • Your travel, medical and rescue insurance
  • Any extra entertainment and cost incurred for it
  • Bar, Laundry, Telephone bills, travel insurance
  • Meals and accommodation in Kathmandu
  • Tips, souvenir, and personal expenses

There is no fixed departure trip for this month. You can request for a private group trip.

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