Langtang Gosaikunda trekking has been inside the Langtang National park. Langtang, a Himalayan valley, is inhabited by Tamnag and Tibetan (Bhote) peoples and provides a glimpse of mountain life.
Gosaikunda is the site of several sacred lakes, lying south of the major ridge between Helambu and the Trisuli river to the west. Gosaikunda is uninhabited for the most part, but every August as many as 75,000 pilgrims crowd into the area for a festival by the lake that figures prominently in Hindu mythology.
Asian Hiking Team Langtang Gosaikunda trekking starting from Syabrubesi climb to Langtang valley descent to Pairo (landslide), continues to ascend to Gosaikunda then return to Dhunche drive back to Kathmandu. Trekkers crossing the Laurebina Pass (4681 m) return to Kathmandu via the Helambu are one extra itinerary, which we call Laurebina pass trekking. You can check Langtang Laurebina pass trekking page.
As we all know a powerful earthquake of 7.8 magnitude shook Nepal on the 25th of April 2015 causing many human casualties and destroying Langtang and Helambu areas. So that we heartily request to visit that area, when you buy the foods and accommodation the local victim people can take a benefit from you that means indirectly you help earthquake victim people.