This trek is the home of the elusive red panda and snow leopard. This marvelous trek passes through the cool shade of rhododendron, oak and pine forests. This journey is a journey to the age-old Tamang tribes heritage trail. Gosainkunda Trek- A cultural trek.
In spring the forest is lively with the flaming blooms of wildflowers and rhododendron, the national flower, which form a beautiful contrast with the high snow-capped peaks and the crystal blue sky.
After the Annapurna and Everest regions, this is the third most popular trekking area in Nepal. This fabulous trek is a perfect combination of moderate and rigorous walking, leads to the high alpine valley with the backdrop of high snow-capped peaks. In the spring this place is alive with wildflowers. Here you will find peace and serenity amidst and Buddhist culture, with its scenic valley and impressive gorge, affording views extending all the way to the Annapurna it is no wonder this is sure a popular place to trek.
On this journey you will become a pilgrim and head to the shimmering lakes at Gosainkunda. Here, you will find peace and serenity alongside the Buddhist and Hindu pilgrims. It is no wonder this area is sacred, as it affords views extending all the way to the Annapurna cross Laurabina yak pass (4615 m) adjoining the Gosainkunda and Helambu regions. At this higher altitude the terrain will transform to Arid alpine above the three lines and the villages will become sparser. Descend on steep mountain trails high above the valley. Helambu is one of the most culturally wealthy regions in Nepal, home to many people to Tibetan origin.