Day 1 Drive from Kathmandu to Dhunche (1950m/ 6,400ft)Nepal Adventure Team’s guide will pick you up from your hotel and take you to the local bus station for the beginning of Gosaikunda Lake Trek. Simply, you will drive from Kathmandu to Dhunche; a small but major town of Langtang Region and Rasuwa District. It’s a drive towards the northern direction from Kathmandu. You will pass various villages, stations, and towns like Galchi, Kakani, Trisuli, Ramche. As you drive ahead, change in weather, breeze, and altitude can be felt. The air gets cooler and fresher in comparison to Kathmandu. A small inspection will be made by the Nepal Army as you enter the Langtang National Park area and inform you not to harm any flora and fauna. You will be staying for the night so you can roam around Dhunche to buy things that you may have missed for Gosaikunda Lake Trek.
Day 2 Trek from Dhunche to Thulo Syabru (2,210m / 7,250 ft)From this day, you will start to trek and move towards the higher elevation. You will have breakfast and start to trek towards Thulo Syabru. Thulo Syabru is a small village mostly resided by the Tamang community of Nepal. They are one of the indigenous groups of Nepal who have been living in the Langtang region and preserving their authentic language, culture, and traditions. To reach Thulo Syabru you will need to walk through dense woods accompanied by the river. You will be climbing steep hillocks till you pass Lauribinayak La pass.
Day 3 Trek to Sing Gomba/ Chandhanbari (3,330m / 10,925ft)
After having breakfast, you will march forward to reach Sing Gompa for the night stay. You will trek through the rhododendron and pine forest. You will not feel the steepness in the trail as the trail is entirely through the woods. However, in some places, you need to push yourself to cross steep hills. Then, you will reach Sing Gompa, the famous spot of Gosaikunda Lake Trek. Sing Gompa has a local cheese factory so you can enjoy the cheese products and food items. Additionally, Sing Gompa has a Tibetan style monastery where you can visit. Langtang Trekking Region is nearby China, Tibet border so you can observe the culture and tradition related to Tibetan culture and tradition. You can enjoy the view and surrounding at Sing Gompa and have a relaxing stay for a night. Sing Gompa is also known as Chandanbari.
Day 4 Trek to Laurebinayak (3,910m / 12,830 ft)
You will be heading towards Laurebinayak, today’s village for the night stay. You have climb up the hillocks which is partially accompanied by woods and views. The trail is not through the dense woods as in earlier trekking days however, woods will always be your side. Besides, slowly, you will encounter the change in vegetation as you gradually move upward near to Laurebinayak. Tall trees, dense woods will be replaced by short trees, shrubs, and bushes. The clouds will seem to be below you and your trails and the Himalayas will be above you. It is essential for you to take proper rest on this day as it determines if you have any effect of high altitude. Additionally, the next day is harder as you will be passing Laurebinayak La pass to accomplish Gosaikunda Lake Trek.
Day 5 Trek from Lauribinayak to Gosaikunda via Lauribinayak La (4,380m / 14,370 ft)This is one of the toughest as well as amazing days of Gosaikund Lake Trek as you will be passing Lauribinayak La (4,165 m / 13,661 ft) and reaches your ultimate destination Gosaikunda Lake. Spending the chilly night at Lauribinayak village, you will need to climb up a hill that is steep and hard due to high altitude. On the top of Lauribinayak hill, on the south, you can view the ranges of the hill you have crossed and on the north, you can have the majestic Himalayan ranges (Langtang Range, Himchuli, Manaslu, Ganesh) on the north. You will also encounter a small stupa where locals worship and pray. Then, the trail ahead is the mixture o0f upward and downward staircase along with the narrow trekking lane. You will not encounter any shadow of trees. The trail is decorated with high rocky mountain, shrubs (thorny, flowery), waterfalls (in spring and monsoon season), and lakes. You can also encounter herds of sheep grazing in the hills down below. You will observe other lakes; Saraswati Kunda and Bhairab Kunda and will reach Gosaikunda Lake. Since Gosaikunda Lake is a holy lake so there is a temple of Lord Shiva, Gosaikunda Mahadev, and Trishul Dhara (Trident used to shot mountain) in the bank of Gosaikunda Lake.
Day 6 Trek from Gosaikunda Lake to Singa Gompa (3,330 m / 10,925b ft)If you have not explored the Gosaikunda Lake surrounding; Saraswati Kunda, Bhairab Kunda, Temples, you can explore at early morning. Then, after having breakfast you will return from Gosaikunda Lake. You will be staying at Sing Gompa for the night as you descend towards Dhunche. On this day, you will have to capture and treasure all the magnificent beauty of Gosaikunda Lake as you will be bidding goodbye to heavenly Gosaikunda Lake. You will encounter both upward and downward trails. However, most of the trail will be steep downward. You will also feel the change in your body and breathing processing as you will be approaching lower elevation. You can also purchase cheese from the local cheese factory of Sing Gompa as most of the trekkers do so.
Day 7 Trek to Dhunche (1950 m / 6,400 ft)
You will pass various spots as Dhimsa, Deurali until you reach Dhunche from Sing Gompa. You will be following the same trail as you used to reach Gosaikunda Lake. Nevertheless, you will be relaxing in the fresh air as your breath would not be high to cope with increasing altitude and climbing hills. Gradually, descending to Dhunche will make you lighter and happier with the experience of Gosaikunda Lake and the villages and view through the Gosaikunda Lake trail. You can enjoy your stay at a standard hotel in Dhunche.
Day 8 Drive to Kathmandu (1350m), 5/6 an hoursYou will take the same highway to return Kathmandu. Nepal Army will carry out the inspection to ensure that you have not carried any natural property of Langtang National Park. You can enjoy and capture the memories of chilly weather, hills, and tiny villages until you come back for the next trip in the Langtang Trekking region. Nepal Adventure Team’s guide will drop you at your hotel.