Duration: 9 Days
HIMALAYAN DETOX & MEDITATION TREKKING RETREAT --- HOLY GOSAIKUNDA
A journey of discovery and transformation. TREK, EXPLORE, GROW and CONNECT. The magic of the Tibetan signing bowls and other surprises are waiting for you in this exhilarating life-changing trip. Join us on this exiting journey to discover your true self and unleash your full potential.
For many, life has become a tireless race towards a big goal that they think will transform their lives. Those who believe that the journey is long and uncomfortable never reach their destination. They key is to tap into your higher self and unleash your full capacity for success and happiness.
This 9-day retreat is a highly experiential once-in-a-life-time opportunity. You will not learn “how to” become your best self, you will practice being this.
We care for you:
Eric Ho, UK - Shark Tank investor, International speaker, entrepreneur, philantropist, educator and best selling author
S. Mylosz, Poland - Public speaker, Mindset Reprogramming Hypno Expert and Stress and Anxiety Coach
A. Martinez, Spain - Business Developer
DETOX & MEDITATION TREKKING RETREAT:
The sessions will generally take place twice daily (morning and evening) and will include various topics and practical exercises such as the power of your thoughts and emotions to shape your life; the power of intention; healing meditations and Tibetan singning bowls concerts to name but a few!
The Holy Gosainkunda lake trek lays in the Langtang region, North of Kathmandu. It is a holy place for Hindus who believe that the holy water of the lake washes off their sins. The area fosters many glacial lakes, Gosaikunda lake being the holiest one at an altitude of 4,380m. The lake melts into the iconic Trisuli River.
The epics of Ramayana and Mahabarata – the Hindu mythology – are directly linked to the origin of Gosaikunda. It is believed that Lord Shiva nailed his holy trident into a mountain to obtain some water after having swollen some poison. Thus, numerous pilgrims do this route once in a lifetime.
The trek passes through varied landscapes and green forest ranging from subtropical to alpine environment, terraced fields, waterfalls, streams, hills and super scenic mountains view.
If you have a few extra days in Kathmandu before or after your trek and would like to extend your trip, why not spend a day or more exploring the historic sites of :
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If you're thinking of taking some supplements with you, I would recommend the following:
(Tentative and subject to change to accommodate the group needs)
Day 01– 23rd Feb: Arrival in Kathmandu & preparation for the trek
Day 02 – 24th Feb: 7 hrs drive to Dhuche (1950m)
Day 03 – 25th Feb: Dhunche to Deurali (2500) to Dhimsa (3005m)
Day 04– 26th Feb: Dhimsa to Cholangpati (3325m)
Day 05– 27th Feb: Cholangpati to Lauribina (3900m)
Day 06 – 28th Feb: Lauribina to Gosainkunda (4381m)
Day 07 – 1st Mar: Gosaikunda to Sing Gomba (3300m)
Day 08 – 2nd Mar: Sing Gomba to Dumche (1950m)
Day 09 – 3rd Mar: Dhunche to Kathmandu & International departure
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INCLUDED IN THE PACKAGE:
If you have a few extra days in Kathmandu before or after your trek to Everest, Langtang or Annapurna region, why not spend a day or more exploring the historic sights of Kathmandu or Bhaktapur or pay a visit to the UNESCO HERITAGE Chitwan National Park
OUR PROPOSED 8-DAY ITINERARY
Start in the morning in Kathmandu, the first medival city-state, with a visit to the UNESCO HERITAGE Swayambunath stupa ('monkey temple') on top of a hill and enjoy an amazing panoramic view of the city at the same time. The next stop is Budhanilkhanta to witness the giant floating statue in water of Narayan, the creator of the Univers. The stupa itself dates back to the 5th century AD and is one of the most important religious sites in the Kathmandu. Then continue to the historic and UNESCO HERITAGE Durbar Square, featuring a collection of ancient temples (ancient royal palace) of the Malla period, which belongs to the Nepali Golden Age. The last stop takes us to Patan, the second medival city-state and UNESCO HERITAGE too.
Start in the morning with a visit to the sacrificial altars of Dakshinkali. Continue your trip with a visit to Bouddha stupa ideally before the sun sets. Finally, witness the cremation ghats and the whole celebration of life and death at Pashupatinath temple by the Bagmati River.
Day trip to the UNESCO HERITAGE town of Bakhtapur, the third of the medival city-state and the best preserved of all. The next stop is the beautiful UNESCO HERITAGE outdoors museum Changu Narayan temple presenting carvings and sculptures that belong to the Licchavi dynasty and that date back to the 4th to 9th century.
Extend your trip to the UNESCO HERITAGE Chitwan National Park for wildlife spotting.
Optional extension to the laid-back city of Pokhara for row out to the middle of the lake (phewa tal), a hike up to the World Peace Pagoda and enjoy the atmospheric bars and restaurants by the lakeside.
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