Gosaikunda Helicopter Tour

Gosaikunda Helicopter Tour

Splendid, pacifying, exquisite, and whatnot; in a nutshell, Gosaikunda is a piece of paradise on earth with picturesque views. Its unspoiled charm, flattered by the scenic backdrop and geological marvel, makes the place exquisitely charming.

The scenes get even better when watched from a 14,000 ft elevation. That speaks volumes for why so many trekkers prefer the Gosaikunda Helicopter Tour. Taking the Gosaikunda heli flight is the easiest and more relaxing way to reach the lake.

It’s a visual treat to watch the gleaming blue water of Gosaikunda from the air, which looks nothing but nature’s best work of art. The intense blue hue on the lake sprawling up to 4 sq. miles appears to captivate the visitors.

Seasonal changes don’t have a bleak impact on the lake’s beauty, but the spectacles vary. Therefore, when you book the flight, make sure that it’s the best time for trekking otherwise you’ll get disappointed.

Spring and autumn bring out the best of Gosaikunda with unclouded wonders of snow-capped mountains, rocky hills, and glaciers. Even watching from the aircraft, you can witness the captivating rhododendron forests throughout the hills.

The serene lake sits on the foot of towering hills and mountains in the north of Kathmandu. It lies at 14,370 ft. elevation inside Langtang National Park. Trekkers will have to cover a total distance of 67.5 km from the valley to end up at the lake.

But with the Gosaikunda Helicopter Tour, they’ll make it to the site in no time. Those opting for a private flight to Gosaikunda won’t have to walk the miles-long trails. The travelers will arrive at the lake in about 40-50 minutes with some extra hours on hand to explore the site.

Highlights of Gosaikunda Helicopter Tour

  • Bird’s-eye view of Langtang valley and its imperial landscapes
  • Picturesque scenes of snow-capped mountains such as Mt. Annapurna and Manaslu
  • Beautiful shades of sunset and sunrise view over the subrange of Himalaya
  • A swift walk down to the monasteries of Langtang
  • A little insight into the culture and lifestyle of people in Langtang
  • Discover unique wild species and birds inhabited in the national park

Gosaikunda Helicopter Tour from Kathmandu

Day 1

Phase 01: Transfer to Airport

Phase 02: Fly to Gosaikunda Lake

Phase 03: Fly to Langtang Valley for breakfast

Phase 04: Fly back to Kathmandu

With the sparkling midnight blue water, towering snow peaks, awe-inspiring landscapes, and hills, Gosaikunda is an earthly paradise. It brims with magnificent sceneries and spectacular natural wonders which keep the visitors occupied.

Gosaikunda Helicopter Tour begins with a scenic flight to Langtang Valley from Kathmandu. Our officials will pick you up from the hotel and drive you to the airport to catch the flight. After nearly 30 minutes of captivating view over the rolling hills and mountain ranges, we’ll wind up at the lake.

Throughout the journey, you’ll witness deep valleys, inevitable highlands, medieval villages, and ridges. While peeking out from the flight, you can notice the beautiful settlements in Langtang, such as Thadepeti, Kutumsung, Suabrubesi, and many more.

As the aircraft lands at Langtang for almost half an hour, you can catch a sight of enchanting Gosaikunda. You’ll also get to watch the scintillating Annapurna, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, and Laurebina La.

Some of the fortunate ones may even run into the sanctuary wild animals, including musk deer, red panda, serow, and others. After exploring the site, we’ll board the flight and head back to the town.

On our way back, we’ll stop over at Langtang Valley to have a typical Nepali breakfast. After finishing the meal, we’ll continue our journey to Kathmandu, which takes a couple of minutes. The trip comes with eye-catching scenes like steep hills, cascading waterfalls, lush green pastures, and more.

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Gosaikunda Helicopter Tour

Trip Facts

  • Helicopter
  • 5 to 6 pax
  • Fitness not Required
  • Autumn and Spring season
  • 1 hour
  • Gosaikunda 4380 m