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Everest Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo Ri Trekking

Gokyo Lake trekking presents a remarkable opportunity to witness immense Himalayan ranges more than 8000m including the most astounding Mt. Everest, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Makalu and the Ngozumpa Glacier-the biggest ice sheet in the Nepal Himalayas. We can likewise visit the Sagarmatha National stop to see the secured vegetations and faunas. Above all, we will see the sights Gokyo valley has a gathering of stoned houses and knolls on the shore of an incredible lake, Dudh Pokhari.

To start our trekking from Lukla Airport, stroll down to the Dudh Koshi River. From here we will stay with the real track to Namche Bazaar, a prosperous town arranged in an immense detached bowl-formed locale; you will have a magnificent affair. Furthermore, the momentous sight of the Khumbu mountains like Ama Dablam ( 6856m), Thamserku (6608m) and also massive vistas of Everest will enchant you. As we achieve, Machherma the dazzling vistas of Cho Oyu, Kantega and Thamserku will charm you. We will likewise stroll on the muddled, hazardous moraines of Ngozumpa Glacier – the fundamental ice sheet in Nepal. We will be captivated by changed landscape of the Gokyo Valley including the arrangement of excellent Gokyo lake. We will get the opportunity to watch the main lake Longpongo arranged at the stature of 4690m. Therefore, the second lake, Taboche Tsho completely captivated us with its sparkling turquoise blue water charming in the sun. In arrangement, third lake comes into the sight. We will likewise see that the Gokyo town set by the third lake and Cho-Oyu top as a background give a magnificent sight here.


Picturesque flight to and from Lukla

Investigate Sherpa exhibition hall in Namche Bazar

All encompassing perspective from Syanbuche

Encountering life as the "mountain individuals" live, in the heart of Himalaya

Visit Tyangboche Monastery

Rising Gokyo Peak( 5357m)

Astounding Mt. sees from Gokyo Peak and Renjola pass

Cross Renjola pass(5360m) - Visit the lovely Gokyo lake.

Best Time

We can do Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo Ri Trek amid Autumn (Sept. to November) and Spring (March to May) seasons. Amid this time the sky is clear and the perspectives are superb. The climate is fit for trekking without rain. We can likewise appreciate rich vegetation on the lower districts of the trail especially amid the spring season.


The Gokyo Lake trek rises to some high height focuses. At its most astounding point, Kala Pathar, you will achieve a height of 5,554 meters (18,221 feet). There are some extremely soak area on this trek where you will rise rapidly. Along these lines, it is vital to have a decent comprehension of the dangers related with high height trekking and how the body acclimatizes to high elevation.

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Thursday, 29 October 2020

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