Gosaikunda is a well-known destination for pilgrims in Nepal and holds a significant place of worship for Hindus and Buddhists. During festivals, the temple and the pond draw crowds of visitors seeking to pay their respects. The pond itself is thought to have been formed by Lord Shiva, and there is a belief among devotees that the deity remains in a state of meditation within the waters. For those who are unable to undertake extended treks or who wish to visit on specific festival days, a chopper tour of Gosaikunda Lake is highly recommended. This tour offers unparalleled views of the Langtang Himalayan Range, Mt. Manaslu, and Ganesh Himal. Beyond the breathtaking scenery, visitors to Gosaikunda can experience a sense of mental and spiritual purification. The chopper tour is an ideal way to experience the beauty and sanctity of Gosaikunda, even for those with limited time or mobility.


  • Chopper tour of Gosaikunda
  • Panoramic view of Langtang Range
  • Beautiful lake visit and worshipping Lord Shiva
  • Spiritual and mental relief in this pilgrimage site


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Our trip begins as we transfer you to the airport from your hotel in a private car. The chopper takes off for Gosaikunda early morning at around 8 AM. You will soar high and head toward the northern part of Nepal, walled by the high-raised Himalayan mountain range. On this trip, you can capture the scenic view of Langtang Himal, Ganesh Himal, and other peaks. The chopper tour will be one and half hour round trip where you can worship god and do prayers for about 20 to 30 minutes. Our trip concludes once we return from Gosaikunda and drop you at your hotel.

What to Expect

  • Chopper rid
  • All private ground transportation
  • Airport receive and drop
  • Guaranteed departure
  • International flight ticket and travel insurance
  • Nepal visa fees
  • Lunches and dinners in Kathmandu; any kind of drinks
  • Gratuities
  • All other expenses of personal nature and not mentioned in the “Includes” section

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