Cable Car to Connect Gosainkunda & Dhunche

Posted May 5th, 2011 under Tourism News,

The pilgrimage site of  Gosainkunda will soon be connected to Dhunche via cable car. Inaugurating the Gosainkunda-Langtang Festival in Rasuwa district, Nepalese prime minister Jhala Nath Khanal said that the project will receive as much help as possible from the government. The installation and operation of the cable car service will be carried out with the partnership of the government and private sector, said the PM.
Many Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims take an ardous trek to Gosainkunda Lake (situated at an elevation of 4500 meters) every year during the full moon festival of Janai Purnima.

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Gosainkunda Lake

Trek to Gosainkunda

Gosainkunda & Langtang Mahotsav (Festival)

Posted Mar 13th, 2011 under Special Events,

Nepali New Year falls on April 14th, 2011. To celebrate the New Year and to promote tourism in Rasuwa district, the Rasuwa District Tourism Year Committee is planning to organize Gosainkunda and Langtang Mahotsav (Festival). Tourism highlights in the district include Tamang culture, Gosainkunda Lake, Langtang National Park, the very popular Tamang Heritage Trail & Langtang Peak trekking and a trail and peak named after Lord Baden Powell , the founder of Internatinonal Scouts Movement.

Gosainkunda Lake
Gosainkunda Lake

village in Rasuwa
A village in Rasuwa

Rhododendron Trek
Magnificent mountain panorama – Jugal Himal, Langtang, Dorje Lakpa

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Experience Tamang culture by taking the Tamang Heritage Trail – Langtang Trek.

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