Gosaikunda Pass Trekking-10 Days

  • Duration 10 Days
  • Trip Grade Moderate
  • Destination Nepal
  • Start/End Kathmandu
  • Style Lodge/Tea House Trek
  • Group Size 2+
  • Max Altitude Gosainkund Pass 4,609 m / 15,100 ft
  • Best Time March to May and Sept to Dec
All Inclusive PriceUS $1099US $1299
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1 - 1 PaxUS $1299
2 - 4 PaxUS $1199
5 - 9 PaxUS $1099
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The Gosaikunda Pass trekking in Langtang National Park of Nepal, is a moderate trek. It is a popular trip for both trekkers and pilgrims because it provides stunning views of the Langtang Himal range, including Langtang Lirung, Ganchenpo, and Dorje Lakpa.

Some of the eye-catching specialty about the Gosaikunda Pass Trekking are:

  • The sacred lakes of Gosaikunda: The route takes you at Gosaikunda, a series of five sacred lakes revered by Hindus and Buddhists alike. The lakes are located at an elevation of 4,380 meters (14,370 feet) and provide spectacular views of the surrounding mountains.
  • The Lauribina La Pass: At 4,610 meters, the Lauribina La Pass is the highest point of the trek. The pass provides panoramic views of the Langtang Himal range, as well as the Helambu and Ganesh Himal ranges. Due to the high altitude, crossing the pass requires physical endurance and acclimatization.
  • Cultural Immersion: The Gosaikunda region is home to Tamang and Sherpa communities, each with their own culture and way of life. You'll pass through traditional mountain communities, monasteries, and prayer flags along the way. This provides an opportunity to learn about the local people's traditions, customs, and religious practices.
  • Tamang Heritage Trail: The Gosaikunda Pass Trek frequently overlaps with the Tamang Heritage Trail, a culturally important trekking route. This walk takes you through Tamang villages, where you may engage with friendly residents, sample traditional cuisine, and watch colorful festivities. It enhances your trekking experience by adding a deeper cultural depth.
  • Wildlife and Flora: The Langtang National Park, which the Gosaikunda Pass Trekking passes through, is home to a variety of wildlife, including some of the endangered animals such as red pandas, musk deer, Himalayan black bears, and various bird species. The park also has a diverse vegetation, which includes rhododendron woods, oak trees, and alpine meadows.
  • Scenic Beauty: The walk provides stunning views of the Langtang Himalayan range, featuring peaks such as Langtang Lirung, Ganesh Himal, and Dorje Lakpa. The trail winds through thick forests, scenic valleys, and high-altitude meadows, giving a magnificent feast for nature lovers.

The Gosaikunda Pass journey is a magnificent and demanding journey that gives stunning views of the Himalayas, various landscapes, and the chance to learn about the Sherpa culture. It is a terrific opportunity to push oneself physically and psychologically while also connecting with nature.

An Advantage of Booking a Trip with a Trekking Planner Inc.

  • Private vehicles pick up and drop off passengers at all airports.
  • First-aid kit box.
  • Trekking Planner Inc's down jackets, t-shirt, and cap, if necessary.
  • Arrangement of emergency evacuation service (you should have insurance for emergency evacuation, which will be paid for by your travel insurance company).
  • We use an oximeter to check your pulse, oxygen saturation, and heart rate, and we provide oxygen.
  • Sim cards are provided by our company for travelers, so there won’t be any networking issues.

"Adventure to Sacred Glacial Gosainkund Lake and Crossing High Scenic Pass."

Gosainkunda Pass Trekking is an exciting adventure of a week's duration. It takes you to the lovely mountain and hill villages in the close shade of the high Central Himalayan Peaks.
The Gosainkunda Pass Trekking Route lies to the north of Kathmandu Valley. About 5–6 Hours of long, winding road driving bring you to the trekking starting point at Dhunche town, 132km from Kathmandu.

Dhunche is the major headquarters town of the Rasuwa district. It lies within the Langtang Himal region. It lies on the main route to our destination, the Gosainkunda glacial holy pond, and beyond.

The trek starts in the town of Dhunche, close to Langtang National Park. This is the country’s first mountainous park, established in the mid-1970s. The park has a beautiful forest of rhododendron, oak, birch, magnolia, and fir trees. It has an ideal blend of exotic flora and fauna.

After spending an overnight at Dhunche, the walk begins. You are in for a climb after leaving the motorable road for some days. The forward climb is steep as it enters dense, lovely woodland to reach Sing Gompa.

A nice small village on the route to Gosainkunda is fascinating. Here, the tree lines drop as the climb continues with a superb panoramic view of the mountain peaks. Such as the Langtang, Jugal himal with Ganesh Himal, and Manaslu Himal as far as Annapurna on the far western horizon.

You climb to a high ridge of the Laraubinaya hill. This is a place with a few nice houses serving as tea shops and lodges. A slow and steady walk brings you to our main highlight at Gosainkunda and the holy pond.

Gosainkunda is an important pilgrimage spot for Hindu religious followers. Every year, a great festival takes place in August. Thousands of pilgrims visit here for a holy dip.

Gosaikunda Lake is the most sacred lake in Nepal, dedicated to Lord Shiva. It carries the belief that he created the pond to dilute himself from the deadly poison. He swallowed it to save the world and mankind. You get plenty of time to enjoy walks around its many glacial ponds.

From Gosainkunda, a climb takes you to the highest point of the adventure. It reaches the top of Gosainkunda Pass at a height of 4,609 m and 15,100 feet. The rewards you get are fantastic. Mesmerizing views of the surrounding beautiful landscapes and snow-capped mountains

After completing your major goal and the highlights of the trek, you are ready for the descent. It takes you downhill back into the green forest and into the lovely farm villages. Soon you enter the Langtang Region. This is marvelous countryside. It lies on a high ridge that faces the grand views of the mountain range.

The area around Rasuwa and Helambu belongs to the Tamang, Hyalmo, and Sherpas. They are the hill tribes of the Central and Eastern Himalayas. They follow the interesting Buddhism religion and its colorful culture. All this and more you get to witness on your walks.

The trek comes to an end with short uphill and long downhill walks to reach the Kathmandu valley rim in Sundarijal. You will be spending your last final overnight at Chisapani. A scenic high-ridge view of a striking sunrise over an array of snow-capped peaks is awe-inspiring.

Sundarijal is a small farm town located in Kathmandu. It lies on the North Eastern Valley rim, where our adventurous and scenic walk ends. A short drive from here takes you back into the civilization and city life of Kathmandu. A memorable adventure of Gosainkunda Pass Trekking finally comes to an end.

Why 10 Days Gosaikunda Trekking?

The 10 Days Gosaikunda Trekking itinerary is a well-structured and popular option for all the trekkers as well as beginners who want to see the grandeur of the Gosaikunda Region while keeping a sensible pace and ensuring full acclimatization. Here are some of the reasons why a 10 Days trek to Gosaikunda is usually chosen:

The Gosaikunda Pass Trekking allows you to see more of the Langtang National Park. This allows you to see more of the beauty and diversity of the national park. The Langtang National Park is home to a variety of wildlife, including some of the endangered animals such as red pandas, musk deer, Himalayan black bears, and various bird species. The park also has a diverse vegetation, which includes rhododendron woods, oak trees, and alpine meadows.

  • Physical Endurance: Due to the hard terrain and steep ascents, the Gosaikunda Trekking requires a certain level of physical fitness and endurance. The 10 Days plan also allows you to build stamina, acclimate to altitude changes, and maintain a steady pace without feeling rushed or weary.
  • Gosaikunda Lakes Exploration: The main highlight of the Gosaikunda Pass Trekking is the holy lake on the trial. The Gosaikunda Region is famous for its sacred lakes, and the 10 Days schedule offers enough time to explore and appreciate the beauty of these alpine lakes. You can spend time in Gosaikunda, Bhairav Kunda, and Saraswati Kunda, enjoying the tranquility and taking beautiful images.
  • Cultural Interaction: Along the trekking path, the 10 Days program includes visits to traditional Tamang and Sherpa settlements. This gives you plenty of opportunities to connect with the people, learn about their culture and traditions, and see their daily lives. Immerse yourself in local communities, sample authentic cuisine, and engage in cultural exchanges.

Gosaikunda Trekking provides stunning vistas of the Langtang Himalayan Range, featuring towering peaks, snow-covered landscapes, and picturesque valleys.

It is important to remember that the duration of the trek might vary depending on personal preferences, physical capabilities, and time limits. Depending on the unique demands, some trekkers might go for a longer or shorter itinerary. The 10-day Gosaikunda Trek itinerary, on the other hand, maintains a balance between appropriate acclimatization, exploration, cultural immersion, and physical difficulty, making it a popular choice among trekkers looking for an immersive Himalayan Trip.

Preparation for: 10 Days Gosaikunda Pass Trekking.

The preparation for the 10-Day Gosaikunda Pass Trek demands rigorous planning as well as physical fitness. Here are some things to think about as you prepare for the trek:

  • Physical Fitness: The most important thing to accomplish before beginning on the walk is to stay physically active. Walking lengthy distances, ascending steep hills, and traveling at high altitudes are all part of the Gosaikunda Pass Trek. Before embarking on the walk, it is critical to engage in regular physical activity and build stamina. Cardiovascular activities such as hiking, jogging, or cycling, as well as strength training exercises to develop your leg muscles, should be prioritized.
  • Medical Check-up: Before leaving on the adventure, see your doctor for a comprehensive medical check-up. Talk to them about your goals and make sure you are in good condition and physically capable of completing the expedition. If you have any pre-existing medical conditions, see your doctor about how to manage them at higher altitudes. It is also a good idea to talk to a travel medicine specialist about altitude sickness immunizations and treatments.
  • Packing Essentials: Make a thorough packing list to ensure that you have all of the necessary gear and equipment. Some essential items you might need to include for the trek are:
    • Durable and comfortable of trekking boots.
    • Layered gear to accommodate changing weather conditions.
    • Cold weather requires a warm jacket, hat, and gloves.
    • A pair of raincoat and waterproof pants.
    • Suitable for cold weather sleeping bag.
    • Backpack with a rain cover.
    • Trekking poles for support and stability.
    • To avoid sunburn, wear sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat.
    • First-aid kit containing all required drugs.
    • Water purification tablets or a water filter are both options.
    • Snacks and foods high in energy.
  • Travel Insurance: It is important to have comprehensive travel insurance that covers high-altitude treks, medical emergencies, evacuation, and trip cancellations. Examine the policy specifics to ensure that it provides appropriate coverage for your requirements.

Always keep in mind that the Gosaikunda Pass Trek is a physically challenging trip. To truly enjoy the experience and ensure your safety throughout the ride, you must be well-prepared, both physically and emotionally.

What is the Best Season for Gosaikunda Pass Trekking?

Gosaikunda Pass Trekking is best done in the Spring (March-May) or Autumn (September-November). The weather is often moderate and bright during these seasons, with clear views of the mountains. During these seasons, the paths are also in good condition.

The Gosaikunda Pass Trek is not recommended during the monsoon season (June-August) because the weather is frequently damp and overcast. During this period, the trails may become muddy and treacherous.

If you want a more strenuous experience, the winter (December-February) is an excellent time to embark on the Gosaikunda Pass Trek. At this time of year, the weather is cold and snowy, but the trails are usually less crowded.

Ultimately, the best time to embark on the Gosaikunda Pass Trek is determined by your particular tastes and level of fitness. The spring and autumn seasons are the finest times to visit if you want a pleasant and sunny experience with good views of the mountains. If you want a more rigorous experience, the winter season may be an excellent choice.

Climate and Weather throughout the Gosaikunda Trek.

The Gosaikunda Trek's climate and weather might vary based on the season and altitude. Here's a broad rundown of the climate and weather conditions you might expect along the way:

Autumn (September to November): Temperatures in the lower altitudes (around Dhunche) can range from 15°C to 25°C (59°F to 77°F) during the day.

Temperatures steadily decrease as you go to higher altitudes, and in Gosaikunda Pass, temperatures can range from 5°C to 15°C (41°F to 59°F).

Temperatures can dip to roughly 0°C to -10°C (32°F to 14°F) during night, especially at higher altitudes. To keep comfortable during the night, warm clothing and a high-quality sleeping bag are essential.

Spring (March to May): Daytime temperatures at the lower altitudes range from 15°C to 25°C (59°F to 77°F). Temperatures drop as you rise, and at Gosaikunda Pass, they can range from 5°C to 15°C (41°F to 59°F). 

Even at higher elevations, nights can be chilly, with temperatures ranging from 0°C to -10°C (32°F to 14°F). Warm clothing and adequate insulation are required.

From December until February: Temperatures during the day: The journey is frigid during the winter. Daytime temperatures in the lower altitudes can range from 5°C to 15°C (41°F to 59°F). Temperatures decrease substantially at higher altitudes, and at Gosaikunda Pass, they can vary from -5°C to -15°C (23°F to 5°F).

Temperatures at night: Temperatures at night range from -15°C to -25°C (5°F to -13°F), especially at higher elevations. To be warm and safe in the cold, proper cold-weather gear is necessary.

Monsoon season (June to August): Temperatures at the lower altitudes can range from 20°C to 30°C (68°F to 86°F). Temperatures at higher altitudes range from 10°C to 20°C (50°F to 68°F).
Temperatures at night remain pleasant, ranging from 10°C to 20°C (50°F to 68°F) in most places.

It is important to remember that weather in the mountains can be unpredictable, and temperatures can vary dramatically. It is recommended that you check weather forecasts prior to the trek and be prepared with suitable clothing and supplies for varied weather conditions.

Monsoon season (June to August): Temperatures at the lower altitudes can range from 20°C to 30°C (68°F to 86°F). Temperatures at higher altitudes range from 10°C to 20°C (50°F to 68°F).
Temperatures at night remain pleasant, ranging from 10°C to 20°C (50°F to 68°F) in most places.

It is important to remember that weather in the mountains can be unpredictable, and temperatures can vary dramatically. It is recommended that you check weather forecasts prior to the trek and be prepared with suitable clothing and supplies for varied weather conditions.

Local Culture and Tradition of 10 Days Gosaikunda Pass Trekking.

The 10 Days Gosaikunda Pass Trek takes you through Langtang National Park, which is home to numerous cultures and traditions. The Sherpa, Tamang, and Magar are the primary ethnic groups in the area.

The most well-known ethnic group in Langtang National Park is the Sherpa. They are well-known for their mountaineering abilities, and many Sherpas have served as guides and porters on Mount Everest expeditions. Sherpa culture and heritage are expressed in their music, dancing, and festivals.

On the 10 Days Gosaikunda Pass Trek, you can expect to see and experience the following aspects of local culture and tradition:

  • Sherpa Culture: You will almost certainly encounter Sherpas on your trek, and you may even have the option to stay in a Sherpa hamlet. The Sherpas are a kind and welcoming people who will gladly share their culture and customs with you.
  • Tamang Culture: You will almost certainly encounter Tamangs on your journey, and you may even have the option to stay in a Tamang village. Tamangs are a polite and inviting people who will gladly share their culture and customs with you.
  • Magar Culture: You might see some Magars on the walk, and you might even get to stay in a Magar village. Magars are a proud people who will gladly share their culture and customs with you.
  • Traditional Music and Dance: Throughout the walk, you will most certainly witness and hear traditional music and dance performances. This is an excellent opportunity to immerse yourself in the local culture and learn about the people's history and traditions.
  • Festivals: The Langtang National Park has numerous events throughout the year. These celebrations provide an excellent opportunity to learn about local culture and religious beliefs.

If you want to understand more about the local culture and traditions while on the 10 Day Gosaikunda Pass Trek, you are recommended to get more information with your guide or porter. They will be able to provide you with further information about the many ethnic groups in the area as well as the festivals that are held throughout the year.

Travel Insurance of 10 Days Gosaikunda Trekking.

When you plan to trek, especially one of the challenging as the Gosaikunda Pass trip, it is essential to have travel insurance. Medical emergencies, aircraft cancellations, and other unanticipated situations are all covered by travel insurance.

The following are some of the things that most travel insurance policies will cover for the Gosaikunda Pass Trek:

  • Medical Expenses: Medical expenses include medical care, hospitalization, and air evacuation.
  • Trip Cancellation: This covers the expense of your trip if you have to cancel due to illness, injury, or another unforeseen incident.
  • Baggage Loss or Damage: This covers the expense of replacing your damaged or lost luggage.

Emergency aid includes the cost of items like emergency evacuation, legal support, and passport replacement if you lose your passport.

When selecting travel insurance for the Gosaikunda Pass Trek, make sure that the coverage covers all of the activities that you will be participating in on the trek. For example, you must ensure that the policy covers high-altitude trekking.

You should also make certain that the policy has a sufficient coverage limit. Medical treatment in Nepal can be expensive, so make sure you have enough coverage to cover any unexpected medical bills.

Accommodation of Gosaikunda Pass Trekking.

During the journey, teahouses are the most prevalent type of lodging. These are simple lodges that offer a place to sleep, meals, and occasionally community rooms for relaxing and socialization. Teahouse facilities can range from basic to luxurious, depending on location and altitude. The rooms are typically furnished with twin beds and rudimentary bedding, as well as shared restrooms with squat toilets. Some teahouses may offer hot showers; however, at higher elevations, hot water availability may be limited or demand an additional cost. Although electricity is accessible, it might be unreliable, especially at higher altitudes.

During the trek, it is best to be flexible, as availability and quality of amenities can vary. Teahouses may be packed during peak seasons, and reservations are always encouraged. Trekking Planner Inc. secures your reservation by arranging accommodations in advance. The number of teahouses may be restricted at higher altitudes, so be prepared for shared facilities and rudimentary amenities.


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You will be arriving at the Tribhuwan International Airport, in Kathmandu to take on the Langtang Gosaikunda Pass trek. After clearing immigration formalities you will be greeted by the representative of Trekking planner Inc. 

He/ She will transfer you to your destined hotel safely. Upon reaching the hotel room you will rest and relax until evening. In the evening you will be introduced to your trekking guide giving you all important brief on your onward trekking journey. Later in the evening you will be joining for the welcome dinner.

    The day starts with a delightful breakfast in the morning. Next you will be visiting the Kathmandu city and its UNESCO Listed World heritage sites. First up is the Swayambhunath temple which is popularly known as ‘Monkey Temple’ among tourists. 

    The major attractions of the temple are Spherical dome, Mani wheels, huge bajra, holy stupas, and reckless monkeys.  Then we make way towards Patan, the city of festival, feast, art, and culture.

    The main highlights of the tour are Patan Durbar square, Krishna Temple, Ganesh, and Temple. Besides that a visit to a museum which is an architectural master class is important and refreshing.

    Boudhanath is the next one in the list. This stupa here is one of the largest spherical stupas in Nepal. It is the most sacred shrine of Buddhists where Hindus and Buddhist pilgrims worship throughout the year.

    Finally, we visit Pashupatinath temple, the oldest Hindu temple in Nepal. Non-Hindus are not allowed to enter inside the premises of the temple. 

    At Pashupatinath, we inspect the traditional cremation ceremony from the opposite bank of the holy Bagmati River and lens moments in the camera.  This marks the end of our Kathmandu city tour. We return back to our hotel room and prepare for the early morning wake up for early morning drive. 

      After a good night's rest you will get up early in the morning for a drive to Dhunche. An interesting overland drive takes you through to the winding uphill and downhill road
      It then goes past various small hamlets and farm villages. Further as you drive you will be reaching the Trisuli Bazaar. 

      The road then climbs upwards reaching you towards the cooler region. Moving on you will be leaving for the rice paddy fields and terraced fields behind.  You will experience a noticeable change in the climate and the weather. 

      The people staying here are distinct in terms of culture and habits. Finally you will be arriving at Dhunche. It is one of the bigger towns that you will come across in the Langtang area. This town is also a gateway to the Langtang National Park.

        Today you are in for an uphill walk that is set on a winding uphill path that takes you above the Monastery. Once you are up splendid views of Ganesh-Himal, Manaslu, Langtang and the Annapurna range in the far west is mesmerizing. 

        You will then ideally make few refreshing stops on the teahouse route to get your feet back. The onward journey than continues for about an hour or so on the uphill from farmlands into the cool shade of alpine forest. 

        Soon you will come across a wide open meadow that nestles few teahouses. It is an ideal place to settle down for a lunch break.

        The walk from here becomes comparatively easy and refreshing. You will be passing through the pines and rhododendron forest with views of Dhunche town down below. 

        In no time you will be arriving at Singh Gompa. It is place renowned for a cheese processing factory. You will be making an overnight stop here. Overnight at a lodge

          This is one of the most significant days of your Langtang Gosaikunda Pass trek. Today you get to witness extraordinary views of an array of snow peak mountain ranges. First up is the Langtang which lies to the north, Ganesh-Himal to the northwest, followed by Manaslu and Annapurna range in the west.

          Having a good look at it you will be ascending initially for an hour or so. Later you will be entering the woodland of oaks, pine and rhododendron and subsequently enter few teahouses that are located over here. 

          After refreshing stop here amidst excellent views of the Langtang range, the trail continues ahead. Next you will be leaving the tree lines and lush vegetation behind for dwarf rhododendron, juniper, and alpine shrub bushes.

          The walk from here is an uphill trek that passing through few teahouses at Laurabina, with more views of the north western Himalayan range. 

          This is the place of walking sticks to move onwards. In and around the auspicious month of August during the full moon this place becomes illuminated with spirituality. 

          The pilgrims throng in huge numbers to pay homage and take a holy dip in Gosainkunda pond. As per the legends it is believed that taking a dip it relinquishes the sins of hundred lifetimes. 
          All these activities take place at an altitude of around 4,165m and is also an indication of leaving the sticks. From here the trail descends for half an hour for meeting the first of the two ponds that exists here. 

          These are the Saraswati and Bhairab kund respectively. Then after a pleasant walk and making a short climb you will reach to the shores of the Gosaikunda. 

          Here you will find traces of holy rituals and cultural impressions that had taken place along the shores of Gosaikuda.

            Today you will be leaving the Gosaikunda area and follow the trail that climbs through rugged country. On the way you will go past four more small lakes to the Laurebina La [4,610m], the highest point of this trek.

            As you keep trekking you will be surrounded by the stunning views of Manaslu, Ganesh Himal and Langtang Lirung. You are then in for a good steep descending trail that leads all the way to Ghopte.

              It is a day meant for both downwards descend and an uphill ascends. At first you will be descending on the trail for some time and then make an ascent. While doing so you will be crossing the lovely green meadows and fields.

               Sometimes later you will then descend through the Pathi Bhanjyang till Gul Bhanjyang. The trail here begins to climb over the ridge from Gul Bhanjyang to reach a pass at 2,620m. You will then soon find a grassy meadow that leads you towards Kutumsang by making an ideal descend.

                Having a picture perfect memories of Kutumsang you will be making an easy climb forward. Next you will then cross a pass before descending down to Pati Bhanjyang. This large hamlet is inhabited by Tamang ethnic tribes.

                From here a good 3 hours hike reaches you to Chisapani. This is a nice scenic small village that glorifies the northern hills of the Kathmandu Valley rim.

                A scenic spot offers stunning sunrise views over Langtang, Jugal Himal with Ganesh Himal and Manaslu as far to Annapurna range in the far west. 

                It is known for its exquisite mountain views and the landscapes that stretch out from the mountains south of Everest to the Manaslu range.

                  The morning begins with a trail that goes past the meadows and cultivated fields. It then gradually climbs through to the oak and rhododendron forest until it reaches Burlang Bhanjyang. 

                  It is from here that you get to witness the outstanding views of Annapurna in the west to Ganesh Himal and Numbur in the east. This excellent ridge forms the northern rim of the Kathmandu Valley. 

                  Similarly you will be making way from Chisapani to reach an entry point of the Shivapuri watershed and wildlife reserve. This is the trail that you will be using for moving uphill and then descending down to reach Mulkharka.

                  It is an excellent vantage point from where the capital city of Kathmandu becomes visible. Making a downward descend with number of stairs to step on you will finally reach to the exit point to reach Sundarijal. 

                  Once you are here you will then board a vehicle to drive back to Kathmandu. It is a 45-minute drive that will reach you to your hotel for an overnight rest.

                    This is the final day of your 10 Days Langtang Gosaikunda Pass Trekking in Nepal. One of our office representatives from Trekking Planner will personally escort you to the airport safely. 
                    You will be flying back home taking memories of a wonderstruck journey that you made in Nepal. We are certain that you will come back a again to relive the moments but with a different destination in mind.

                      While it is our intention to adhere to the Langtang Gosaikunda Pass Trekking route as described. However there is a certain amount of flexibility built into the itinerary and on occasion it may be necessary, or desirable to make alterations. The itinerary is brief, as we never know exactly where our journey will take us. 

                      Due to our style of travel and the regions we visit, travel can be unpredictable. The Trip details document is a general guide to the trekking tour and region and any mention of specific destinations or wildlife is by no means a guarantee that they will be visited or encountered. Additionally, any travel times listed are approximations only and subject to vary due to local circumstances.

                      Cost Details


                      • All airport Pick up drop by private vehicle.
                      • Welcome dinner in Authentic Restaurant.
                      • Twin/double shearing deluxe accommodation on BB in Kathmandu.
                      • Guided sightseeing tours in Kathmandu with privet vehicle entrance fees extra.
                      • Kathmandu to Sundarijal and Dhunche to Kathmandu by local bus (if you want both way private vehicle also available on additional cost).
                      • Langtang National Park entrance fee and Trekkers' Information Management System( TIMS card).
                      • A highly experience, helpful, knowledgeable, friendly, English speaking, well-trained, Government license holding guide. Price includes his salary, food, drinks, accommodation, transport and insurance.
                      • 02 guest=01 porter with their Insurance, Salary, Food, accommodation and equipment paid.
                      • twin/double shearing accommodation in the mountain during the trekking.
                      • Three meals a day; breakfast, Lunch and Dinner and tea/coffee during the trekking.
                      • First add kit box.
                      • Trekking Planner’s sleeping bag, down jackets, T-shirt, cap, duffel bags, city and trekking route maps – if necessary.
                      • Arrangement of emergency evacuation service (should have insurance for emergency evacuation and will be paid by your travel insurance company).
                      • Oxymeter to check your pulse and oxygen saturation and heart rate twice daily during the trek (very useful to check Altitude Mountain Sickness(AMS) symptoms). This helps ensure your trek is in the safest hands possible.
                      • All applicable government and local taxes per the itinerary.


                      • Your Nepal Visa fees.
                      • All the International air fare from and to Kathmandu (no need to pay departure tax for international flight).
                      • Lunch and Dinner  in Kathmandu.
                      • Personal  travel and health Insurance, Insurance for helicopter evacuation.
                      • In case of extra more night accommodation, lunch and dinner in city due to early arrival and late departure as well as early back/return from mountain/trekking (due to any reason) than the given time period of itinerary.
                      • Your Personal expenses such as ( laundry, baggage charge, phone calls, battery recharge, bar and beverage bill, boiled or bottle water, hot and cold shower, extra porter.. etc).
                      •  The Tips to the trekking crews and drive.
                      • Extra expenses due to flight delays, strikes, weather condition or any event out of our control.
                      • Anything not included in service includes column.

                      Essential Info

                      If you have an Indian passport, the cost of trekking to Everest Base Camp is INR 100,000. When breaking down the cost, Indian citizens pay slightly less than citizens of other nations because India is a member of the SAARC (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri-Lanka), which lowers the cost of a permit. Additionally, Indian citizens pay less for airline tickets than citizens of other nations, which further lowers the cost of the trip. 

                      People travelling from SAARC countries (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri-Lanka). have low-cost permits, the cost of trekking to Everest Base Camp can be 20 to 50 dollars less for holders of these kinds of Trekkers and travelers coming to Nepal.

                      Equipment Checklist.

                      • Duffel/Rucksack bag/Suitcase (We provide one complimentary Trekking Planner Inc duffel bag that is to be returned after the trip).
                      • Day pack.
                      • Trekking shoes.
                      • Sports shoes or sandals.
                      • Sun Hat/cap.
                      • Warm woolen cap.
                      • Warm fleece jacket or puffy jacket.
                      • Waterproof Gore-Tex layer.
                      • Pullover or warm sweeter.
                      • Raincoat.
                      • 4/5 pairs of good quality socks.
                      • Hand gloves.
                      • 2/3 pairs of trekking trousers.
                      • 3/4 pairs of trekking shirts.
                      • 3/4 pairs of underwear (non cotton preferred).
                      • Sun glasses.
                      • Water bottle.
                      • 4 season sleeping bag (Optional/we can provide one if you need it. It is to be returned after the trip).
                      •  Flash or Torch light.
                      • Camera and batteries.

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