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- Chance to see a lots Hindu lake.
- Gosaikunda area has been delineated as a religious site.
- Temperate Forests and Alpine Forests
- Sighting of Red Panda
- Tamang Culture and Traditions
- Numerous Waterfalls
- Panoramic View of Mountains
Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu (1400m) When you arrive in Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), our airport representative will greet you and complete the formalities (Visa, etc), you need to confirm for our agent with a display board at the entrance gate. You will then transfer to the hotel. In the evening, you will join a welcome dinner at a first rate traditional Nepalese restaurant where we get pleasure from a Nepalese cultural program and enjoy fine meal. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Day 02: Kathmandu After having breakfast you will go for sightseeing all around Kathmandu Valley. You will visit Boudhanath, Pashupatinath, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square and Swayambhunath Stupa. All these are enlisted in UNESCO World Heritage list. In the evening you will meet with Nepal Hiking Himalayas’ trekking guide who will help you for trekking preparation. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Day 03: Kathmandu – Syabru Besi (2000m) Today leaving Kathmandu, we drive for around 7 hours to reach to Syabrubesi. We will walk all the way is the Bhotekoshi River shore. Also, you will observe few villages and arresting ranges of peaks. While passing all along the road beside Trishuli River you cling to a view lush hills and Ganesh Himal. Overnight at trekker’s lodge in Syabrubesi.
Day 04: Syabru – Lama Hotel (2748m) We will pass via the edge on the main road of Syabrubesi and walk on the suspension bridge above the Bhote Koshi lying to the north of the junction with Langtang Khola. Thick forest with a variety of plant types like maple, alder, oaks, bamboo etc. comes en route. Also, you may see langur monkey, yellow-throated martin, Himalayan black bear, wild boar, and several other wild animals. Moving further ahead, the path traverses a river and a bridge. And ascending along the path, we again traverse a steel suspension bridge (2000 m) over the Langrang Khola. The trail further moves further on to the north of the Langtang River along with the eye-catching views of waterfalls. We after that, get there at Changtang usually known as Lama Hotel. Overnight at the hotel in Syabrubesi.
Day 05: Lama Hotel – Langtang Valley (3500m) From Lama Hotel today we will walk to Langtang Valley (3430m.) taking about 5 hours. Walking for 2 more hours we reach at Ghora Tabela, a small city with shops, trekker’s lodge, police checkpoint etc. Again, we go by Tamang Villages where we can observe Tibetan- style prayer wheels and prayer flags. Also, we will be spellbound by the dramatic views of the Langtang range en route. Then, you will reach at Langtang Village, Langtang National Park’s headquarter. Overnight at Trekkers Lodge.
Day 06: Langtang Valley – Kyagjin (3800m) Our path today gradually takes us through affluent yak meadows and pleasant long-established villages of Muna to Singdun. We will traverse a wooden beam bridge and get there at a wide valley after ascending a moraine. As a final point, climbing all along the peak we will arrive at Kyagjin Gompa where you will get to see a small monastery. Overnight at Trekkers Lodge.
Day 07: Kyanjing to Lama Hotel (2470m) Walking around six hours from Kyangjin we will reach to Lama Hotel (2470m.) We will follow the Langtang Khola to Langtang village and move to Ghora Tabela. After having our lunch you keep on moving straight down to Lama Hotel. Overnight in Lama Hotel.
Day 08: Lama hotel to Thulo Syabru(2200m) Today, you continue walking some of the path to Thulo Syabru. Then we will climb on a steep track through jungles to swiftly come into view with a view of Syabru and its extensive spot of millet terraces. A swelling trail brings you to this striking village where each house is positioned greater than its neighbor, in a long assortment. It’s a great set to stroll, catching glances of Tamang life. Overnight in Thulo Syabru.
Day 09: Syabru to Singgompa (3300m) From Thulo Syabru it is a total mount all the way through forests of fir, oak and rhododendron to the crest of an edge. From here it is just a little drop to reach Sing Gompa. There we can see a Buddhist monastery and a tiny cheese factory. Overnight in Singgompa.
Day 10: Sing Gompa to Gosaikund Lake(4320m) From here the trail tenderly goes upward the mountain ridge with exposed trees. After traversing the ridge, you will pass through a woods full of fern and moss and. While you get to Lauribinayak there is a spendthrift view of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Ganesh Himal and Langtang Lirung. It is the most terrific view point of whole trek. Crossing the edge of Saraswati Kunda comes into our sight the first of some Lakes dedicated to many divinities. Gosainkunda is the third lake, consecrated place of Buddhistas well as Hindus.
Day 11: Rest day at Gosaikund Lake (4320m) and explore We spend one more day at Gosainkunda. For Hindus, Gosainkunda is believed to be created by Lord Shiva. The Buddhists that reside nearby also suppose it as their holy set. On every full moon nights during August, lake is swarmed with pilgrims for a big fiesta. Or else, the lake sits in a peaceful atmosphere.
Day 12: Gosainkund – Ghopte (3430m. 6 hrs) Moving ahead from Gosainkunda, the track skirts the beach of the lake sooner than climbing to the Laurebina Pass. As you ascend this simple slant, you’ll perceive four additional lakes. In around an hour you’ll approach to some roofless rock herders’ huts, and after that the trail moves down another edge, crossing more than a few streams and pass by two waterfalls. Then, you ascend another ridge Ghopte (3430m), where rocks are hung from a cave. We set our camp in Ghopte.
Day 13: Ghopte – Tharepati (3490m.5 hrs) From Ghopte, the track moves down to additional caves and goes into thick woods of rhododendrons. After traversing a stream, the trail will make way up to Tharepati (3490m). After lunch, we’ll climb the hill to the east for observing views of Shisha Pangama (8013m), Dorje Lakpa and more. Overnight at Tharepati.
Day 14: Tharepati – Tarke Gyang (25600m) From Tharepati we will move further today and walk downhill to Melanchi gaun which is the last settlement of Helambu. Here will have our lunch and then, we walk downward for 4hours and rise up passing all the way through the community and jungle we will enter to Tarke Gyang (2560m).Overnight at Lodge.
Day 15: Tarke Gyang This day wehave a rest and visit all around Tarke Ghyang, the impressive stone community. We march all the way through the jungle and go by the huge Chortens. The village is titled from the huge, square Ghyang (monastery) in the hub of the village. This is the old monastery lying in the Helambu area. Most of the people are Buddhist from community. Overnight at Tarke Ghyang.
Day 16: Tarke Gyang – Shermathang (2621m) After our breakfast today, we start our 4 hours walk to reach Shermathang (2621m). Today, we stroll all the way via the village and forest. Over night at Lodge in Shermathang.
Day 17: Shermathang – Kathmandu Today, trekking downward for 3 hours we get there at Melamchipul Bazaar (846m). And after that we take a bus and with 4 hours drive, we will return back to Kathmandu. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Day 18: Kathmandu Today you have a free day in Kathmandu since you may have chances of flight delay or cancel due to the weather so we need set apart one spare day. Overnight at hotel in Kathmandu.
Day 19: Departure This is your final day at Kathmandu. Our airport representative will escort you to the airport for the way back to your country.
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