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Everest Base Camp via Gokyo Ri Trek

Everest Base Camp via Gokyo Ri Trek

Key Information

Trip Duration:

18 Days

Maximum Altitude:

5,555m

Difficulty Level:

Moderate / Adventure/ Treks

Suitable Season:

March /April/May and Sep/Oct/ Nov

Accommodation:

Teahouse & Hotel ( Twin Share)

Start/Finish:

Everest Nepal (Kathmandu )

Location:

Everest Region, Nepal

Group Size:

Min -2-30

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Everest Base Camp via Gokyo Ri Trek Overview

Experience the majesty of the Himalayas like never before with the Everest Base Camp via Gokyo Ri Trek. This unique trek takes you off the beaten path to the serene Gokyo Lakes, offers breathtaking panoramic views from Gokyo Ri, and then connects to the classic route to Everest Base Camp. It’s a perfect blend of adventure, natural beauty, and cultural immersion, ideal for trekkers seeking a more diverse and less crowded path to the base of the world’s highest peak.

Highlights

  • Scenic Flight to Lukla: Kickstart your adventure with a thrilling flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, offering stunning aerial views of the Himalayan range.
  • Namche Bazaar: Explore the vibrant Sherpa town of Namche Bazaar, a cultural and trading hub with panoramic views of Everest and surrounding peaks.
  • Gokyo Lakes: Discover the pristine Gokyo Lakes, a series of turquoise, high-altitude lakes that are considered some of the most beautiful in the Himalayas.
  • Gokyo Ri: Ascend Gokyo Ri (5,357 meters) for unparalleled panoramic views of Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu. The sunrise view from Gokyo Ri is particularly spectacular.
  • Cho La Pass: Cross the challenging Cho La Pass (5,420 meters), adding an element of adventure and connecting the Gokyo Valley to the traditional Everest Base Camp route.
  • Everest Base Camp: Reach the iconic base camp at 5,364 meters, surrounded by towering peaks and glaciers.
  • Kala Patthar: Climb Kala Patthar (5,545 meters) for the best close-up views of Everest, especially during sunrise or sunset.

Trekking Experience

The Everest Base Camp via Gokyo Ri trek offers a more tranquil and less traveled route to Everest Base Camp, allowing trekkers to experience the serenity of the Gokyo Valley. The trek begins with an exhilarating flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, followed by a gradual ascent through lush forests and traditional Sherpa villages. The trail diverges from the classic route at Namche Bazaar, heading towards the stunning Gokyo Lakes.

As you trek through the Gokyo Valley, you will be captivated by the turquoise waters of the high-altitude lakes and the impressive Ngozumpa Glacier, the longest glacier in the Himalayas. The ascent of Gokyo Ri is a highlight of the trek, offering panoramic views of four of the world’s highest peaks: Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu. This vantage point is perfect for capturing unforgettable photographs and creating lasting memories.

Crossing the Cho La Pass is an exhilarating experience, combining the thrill of high-altitude trekking with the reward of stunning mountain vistas. As you descend into the Khumbu Valley, you will join the classic route to Everest Base Camp, passing through iconic locations such as Lobuche and Gorak Shep.

Reaching Everest Base Camp is a moment of triumph, where you can stand amidst the towering peaks and glaciers, soaking in the awe-inspiring surroundings. The adventure doesn’t end there, as the climb to Kala Patthar offers the best close-up views of Mount Everest, especially during sunrise or sunset, when the mountains are bathed in golden light.

Health and Safety

Proper acclimatization is crucial for high-altitude treks. Ensure you have travel insurance that covers high-altitude trekking and emergency evacuation. Stay hydrated, maintain a proper diet, and ascend gradually to prevent altitude sickness. It is recommended to undertake physical training prior to the trek to build endurance and strength. Health and safety are top priorities. Sole Encounters Trekking implements rigorous safety protocols, regular health checks, and proper acclimatization schedules to ensure the well-being of both customers and crew.

Best Time to Trek

The best time to trek to Everest Base Camp via Gokyo Ri is during the pre-monsoon (March to May) and post-monsoon (September to November) seasons. These periods offer stable weather and clear skies for the best mountain views. The temperatures are moderate, and the trails are less likely to be affected by heavy snowfall or rainfall.

The Everest Base Camp via Gokyo Ri trek is an extraordinary journey through some of the most stunning landscapes in the Himalayas. It provides trekkers with a unique blend of adventure, cultural immersion, and natural beauty, offering a deeper connection to the region. Whether you are an experienced trekker or a first-time adventurer, this trek promises to be an unforgettable experience, leaving you with lasting memories of the world’s highest mountains. Join us for an adventure of a lifetime and explore the majestic Everest region like never before

.Why Choose Sole Encounters Trekking Pvt. Ltd.?

  • Expertise: With experienced guides and staff, you are in safe and knowledgeable hands.
  • Health and Safety: Rigorous health and safety standards ensure a worry-free trekking experience.
  • Smooth Operations: Seamless logistics and planning for a hassle-free trek.
  • Flexibility: Trek on your preferred dates with customizable schedules.
  • Memorable Experience: Enjoy the natural beauty and cultural richness of the Gokyo Valley.

Began on an unforgettable adventure with Sole Encounters Trekking Pvt. Ltd., where your safety, satisfaction, and the beauty of the Himalayas are the top priorities.

Everest Base Camp via Gokyo Lake Trek

Sole Encounters Trekking Pvt. Ltd. offers the breathtaking Everest Base Camp trek via Gokyo Lake, combining stunning landscapes with a unique route through the serene Gokyo Lakes.

Experienced and Qualified Staff

The company prides itself on its team of highly qualified and experienced staff, ensuring trekkers receive expert guidance and support throughout their journey.

Smooth and Safe Trips

Every trip is meticulously planned and executed for a seamless and safe trekking experience, allowing trekkers to focus on the adventure.

Flexible Dates

Trekkers can choose dates that best fit their schedules, offering flexibility and convenience.

Community Support

Sole Encounters Trekking is committed to giving back to local communities, contributing to education and economic support in the regions they operate.

Embark on the Everest Base Camp trek via Gokyo Lake with Sole Encounters Trekking Pvt. Ltd. for an unforgettable, safe, and enriching adventure.

Everest Base Camp via Gokyo Ri Trek Itinerary Expand All Close All

Welcome to Nepal! Upon arrival, you will be warmly greeted by Sole Encounters Trekking and transferred to your hotel. During the day, your guide or representative will meet with you to brief you about the trek and assist you with any preparations. You'll also have time to explore Thamel, Kathmandu's vibrant tourist hub, where you can soak in the lively atmosphere and get excited about your upcoming adventure.

If your flight to Lukla departs from Ramechhap Airport, be prepared for an early start. During peak season, many flights operate from Ramechhap, necessitating a 5-hour drive to the airport. Your travel company will provide all necessary details regarding this arrangement before your arrival in Nepal.

Food
Breakfast / Welcome Dinner
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
1400

Your adventure begins with a thrilling flight to Lukla (2,800m/9,186ft), where you'll land on one of the world's most famous airstrips. The flight offers stunning aerial views of the Himalayan peaks. Upon arrival in Lukla, you'll meet the rest of your trekking crew and start your trek.

The trail from Lukla to Phakding (2,610m/8,562ft) is a relatively easy and scenic 3-4 hour walk, covering a distance of approximately 8 km (5 miles). You'll pass through charming Sherpa villages, cross suspension bridges over the Dudh Koshi River, and enjoy the beautiful landscape of the Khumbu region. Phakding is a small village with several teahouses, where you'll rest for the night and prepare for the journey ahead.

If your flight to Lukla is delayed or canceled due to bad weather, there are several options to consider. You can wait an additional day and try to fly the next day, or opt for a helicopter flight to Lukla at an extra cost. If these options are not feasible, you can discuss with us or your guide about diverting your trip to the Annapurna, Manaslu, or Langtang regions.

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Breakfast / Lunch/ Dinner
Accomodation
Teahouse
Elevation
2610

Your journey continues with a trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3,440m/11,285ft), a challenging 7-hour hike covering approximately 10 km (6 miles). The trail takes you through dense pine forests, alongside the Dudh Koshi River, and across several suspension bridges, including the famous Hillary Suspension Bridge. You'll pass through the entrance of Sagarmatha National Park, where you'll need to register your permits.

Namche Bazaar, often referred to as the gateway to Everest, is a historic trading hub where Sherpas have traded for centuries. This bustling village is known for its vibrant market, where you can find everything from trekking gear to local crafts. Namche offers stunning views of Everest and the surrounding peaks. You can also visit the Sherpa Museum and Everest Photo Gallery to learn about the region's rich cultural heritage and mountaineering history.

Food
Breakfast / Lunch/ Dinner
Accomodation
Teahouse
Elevation
3440

To help your body adjust to the altitude and reduce the risk of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), you'll spend two nights acclimatizing at Namche Bazaar (3,440m/11,285ft). This rest day is crucial as it allows your body to adapt to the lower oxygen levels at higher altitudes, increasing your chances of a successful trek.

A popular activity during this acclimatization period is a hike to the Everest View Hotel (3,880m/12,730ft), which takes around 3-4 hours round trip and covers approximately 5 km (3 miles). This hike offers stunning panoramic views of Everest, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam.

During your acclimatization day, you can also visit the Sherpa Museum, the Namche Monastery, and the Sagarmatha National Park Visitor Center to learn more about the local culture and the history of the region. Additionally, explore the vibrant market of Namche Bazaar, where you can shop for souvenirs and enjoy the local cafes and bakeries.

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Breakfast / Lunch/ Dinner
Accomodation
Teahouse
Elevation
3840

Your trek from Namche Bazaar to Dole takes you to an elevation of 4,200m (13,780ft), covering a distance of approximately 11-13 km (7 miles) in about 7 hours. The trail offers stunning views of the Himalayan peaks, including Thamserku, Kantega, and Ama Dablam.

You will start with a steady climb to Mong La, where you can stop for morning tea and refill your water. From Mong La, the trail descends to Phortse Tenga, a perfect spot for lunch amidst rhododendron and birch forests. After lunch, the trail ascends steeply through pine and rhododendron forests to Dole.

Dole is a small settlement with a few teahouses, primarily serving trekkers. Historically, it has been a seasonal herding village for the Sherpa people, who bring their yaks here during the summer months to graze on the high-altitude pastures. The village offers a tranquil setting and stunning views, making it a perfect acclimatization stop before heading higher into the mountains.

Food
Breakfast / Lunch/ Dinner
Accomodation
Teahouse
Elevation
4200

Your trek from Dole to Machhermo takes you to an elevation of 4,470m (14,450ft), covering a distance of approximately 6 km (3.7 miles) in about 5 hours. The trail ascends gently alongside the Dudh Koshi River, offering breathtaking views of Cho Oyu, Thamserku, and Kangtega.

You will pass through scenic landscapes dotted with small settlements and yak pastures. The trail can be steep in some sections but is generally well-maintained and manageable.

Machhermo is known for its small health post, which provides basic medical care and information on altitude sickness. This village is historically significant as it is believed to be the site of a yeti sighting in 1974. Machhermo offers stunning views of the surrounding peaks and is an ideal spot for acclimatization before continuing higher into the Gokyo Valley.

The peaceful environment, combined with the spectacular mountain vistas, makes Machhermo a memorable stop on your trek.

Food
Breakfast / Lunch/ Dinner
Accomodation
Teahouse
Elevation
4470

Your trek from Machhermo to Gokyo Lake takes you to an elevation of 4,790m (15,584ft), covering a distance of approximately 7 km (4.3 miles) in about 5 hours. The trail gradually ascends through scenic ridges and passes alongside the Ngozumpa Glacier, the largest glacier in Nepal.

Gokyo Valley is renowned for its stunning turquoise lakes and panoramic views of some of the world's highest peaks, including Cho Oyu and Everest. The valley is also famous for the Gokyo Ri viewpoint, which offers one of the best vantage points for sunrise and sunset views over the Himalayas.

People visit Gokyo for its breathtaking natural beauty, serene environment, and opportunities for acclimatization before tackling higher altitudes. In the afternoon, you can explore the nearby lakes, visit the Gokyo Health Post for any medical advice, or take a short hike to acclimatize further.

Historically, Gokyo has been an important grazing area for yaks and a seasonal settlement for the Sherpa people. The valley's unique combination of lakes and high peaks makes it a must-visit destination in the Everest region.

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Breakfast / Lunch/ Dinner
Accomodation
Teahouse
Elevation
4790

The trek to Gokyo Ri involves a challenging ascent to an elevation of 5,357m (17,575ft), covering a distance of approximately 4 km (2.5 miles) round trip. The hike typically takes 4-5 hours, with a steep and rocky trail leading to the summit.

From the top of Gokyo Ri, you'll be rewarded with panoramic views of some of the world's highest peaks, including Everest (8,848m/29,029ft), Lhotse (8,516m/27,940ft), Makalu (8,485m/27,838ft), and Cho Oyu (8,188m/26,864ft). The breathtaking scenery also includes views of the Ngozumpa Glacier and the turquoise Gokyo Lakes.

Gokyo Valley is home to six main lakes, with the largest and most famous being the main Gokyo Lake (Dudh Pokhari). People visit Gokyo Ri for its unparalleled sunrise and sunset views over the Himalayas, making it a highlight of the trek.

After the hike, you'll return to Gokyo village to rest. You can then discuss plans with your guide, who will advise you on what to take for upcoming treks and what to leave behind, ensuring you're well-prepared for the next phase of your adventure.

Food
Breakfast / Lunch/ Dinner
Accomodation
Teahouse
Elevation
5357

The trek from Gokyo to Thangnak takes you to an elevation of 4,700m (15,400ft), covering a distance of approximately 4 km (2.5 miles) in about 3 hours. The trail crosses the Ngozumpa Glacier, which can be challenging, especially if there is 3-4 feet of snow. In such cases, it's essential to discuss the trail conditions with your guide, as snow can make the path difficult and require extra caution. If the trail is closed due to heavy snow, there is an alternative route via Phortse Village.

The views along the trek are stunning, with close-up vistas of the glacier and surrounding peaks. Thangnak is a small settlement used primarily as an acclimatization and rest stop for trekkers heading to the Cho La Pass. The area is relatively quiet, offering a peaceful environment to rest and prepare for the next day's challenging hike.

In the evening, you should discuss with your guide the plans for the next day's trek over the Cho La Pass. They will advise you on what to carry, the best time to leave, and other essential preparations. Ensure you have all necessary gear and supplies for the exciting and demanding hike ahead. If snow conditions are too severe, consider the alternative route via Phortse Village for a safer passage.

Food
Breakfast / Lunch/ Dinner
Accomodation
Teahouse
Elevation
4700

Today, you are on an achievement! The trek to Dzongla via Cho-La Pass is a challenging and rewarding journey, reaching a high point of 5,420m (17,783ft) and descending to Dzongla at 4,855m (15,928ft). The total distance covered is approximately 13 km (8 miles), taking 8-9 hours.

The trail to Cho-La Pass is steep and rocky, often requiring the use of crampons due to ice and snow. The ascent to the pass is tough but offers breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks. Once at the top, you'll have panoramic views of Everest, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam. The descent to Dzongla is equally demanding, with steep sections that require careful navigation.

Carry a packed lunch or snacks and enough water, as there are limited facilities along the way. Safety is the top priority; if you don't feel well, it's crucial not to attempt the pass.

Upon reaching Dzongla, you'll find a few teahouses where you can rest and recover. Discuss with your guide about the day's challenges and ensure you are well-prepared for the next stage of your trek. Today's accomplishment of crossing the Cho-La Pass is a significant milestone on your trekking journey.

Food
Breakfast / Lunch/ Dinner
Accomodation
Teahouse
Elevation
4800

Today's trek from Dzongla to Lobuche takes you to an elevation of 4,930m (16,175ft), covering a distance of approximately 8 km (5 miles) in about 5 hours. The trail is moderate with gradual ascents and offers stunning views of the Himalayan landscape.

You'll start with a gentle climb out of Dzongla, passing through meadows and yak pastures with impressive views of the surrounding peaks, including Lobuche East and Nuptse. The trail then follows the Khumbu Glacier moraine, with panoramic vistas of towering mountains and glacial landscapes.

Lobuche is a small settlement with several teahouses catering to trekkers on their way to Everest Base Camp. It offers a chance to rest, acclimatize, and prepare for the final push towards Everest Base Camp. The atmosphere in Lobuche is tranquil, providing a perfect setting to relax and enjoy the beauty of the Himalayas.

Make sure to hydrate well, eat nutritious meals, and discuss the next day's plan with your guide to ensure you're ready for the upcoming challenges.

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Food
Breakfast / Lunch/ Dinner
Accomodation
Teahouse
Elevation
4930

Today's trek is a significant achievement, taking you to Everest Base Camp and back to Gorak Shep, covering a total distance of approximately 15-17 km (9.3 miles) in about 8 hours.

The trail from Lobuche to Gorak Shep is challenging, with rocky and uneven paths following the Khumbu Glacier. After a short break in Gorak Shep, you'll continue to Everest Base Camp. The route to EBC is marked by rugged terrain and stunning views of the Khumbu Icefall. Although you won't see Everest's summit from Base Camp, the surrounding peaks, including Nuptse and Khumbutse, are spectacular.

Everest Base Camp, located at 5,364m (17,598ft), has been a historic starting point for climbers attempting to summit Everest since the 1950s. It serves as a temporary village for mountaineers, especially during the climbing seasons in spring and autumn.

Returning to Gorak Shep, you'll find basic teahouses with very poor toilet facilities and limited drinking water, which you can buy. The area is extremely cold, so prepare for an uncomfortable night. If you prefer, you can continue trekking to Lobuche for better accommodations.

Food
Breakfast / Lunch/ Dinner
Accomodation
Basic Teahouse
Elevation
5161

Start your day with an early morning hike to Kala Patthar, reaching an elevation of 5,550m (18,209ft). The hike is challenging and takes about 2-3 hours, covering approximately 3 km (1.9 miles) round trip. From the summit, you'll have breathtaking panoramic views of Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, and the surrounding peaks, offering some of the best photographic opportunities of the trek.

After descending back to Gorak Shep for breakfast, you'll begin your trek down to Pheriche, which sits at 4,250m (13,945ft). This descent covers a distance of approximately 12 km (7.5 miles) and takes around 7-8 hours. The trail retraces steps through Lobuche and continues downhill, offering stunning views of the Himalayan landscape as you lose altitude and enter greener areas.

Pheriche is a historic village known for its role as a medical and acclimatization stop for trekkers and climbers. It hosts the Himalayan Rescue Association's aid post, providing medical assistance and information on altitude sickness. The village has a few teahouses and lodges, making it a comfortable place to rest and recover after descending from higher altitudes.

Enjoy the more abundant oxygen and warmer temperatures as you descend, marking a significant milestone in your trek.

Food
Breakfast / Lunch/ Dinner
Accomodation
Teahouse
Elevation
4250

Today's trek takes you from Pheriche to Namche Bazaar, passing through the iconic Tengboche Monastery. The journey covers approximately 15 km (9.3 miles) and takes around 7 hours.

Start your trek with a descent to the Imja Khola River, then climb through rhododendron forests to reach Tengboche Monastery (3,867m / 12,687ft). The monastery, built in 1916 and rebuilt after a fire in 1989, is the largest in the Khumbu region. It's a significant cultural and spiritual site, offering visitors the chance to attend morning or evening prayers and soak in panoramic views of Everest, Ama Dablam, and other peaks.

After visiting the monastery, continue your trek with a descent to Phungi Tenga, where you can stop for lunch. The trail then ascends and descends through forests and villages until you reach Namche Bazaar.

In Namche Bazaar, you'll be welcomed with the opportunity for a hot shower and a return to more comfortable accommodations. Celebrate your return with a relaxing evening, perhaps enjoying some drinks and sharing stories of your adventure.

Food
Breakfast / Lunch/ Dinner
Accomodation
Teahouse
Elevation
3440

Today's trek from Namche Bazaar to Lukla marks the final leg of your journey. The trek covers a distance of approximately 19 km (12 miles) and takes around 7 hours.

The trail descends steeply out of Namche Bazaar, following the Dudh Koshi River through forests and Sherpa villages. You'll cross several suspension bridges and pass through the villages of Monjo and Phakding, where you can take short breaks.

As you approach Lukla, the trail ascends slightly, providing a last opportunity to enjoy the Himalayan views and reflect on your trek. Upon arrival in Lukla, you'll have time to relax, celebrate the completion of your journey, and prepare for your flight back to Kathmandu.

While in Lukla, it's recommended to eat and drink in the teahouses, as it is safer than consuming food and drinks from outside sources. If you wish to buy drinks or meals for your trekking crew, it will be greatly appreciated and is a wonderful way to thank them for taking care of you. Additionally, consider tipping your guides and porters around 15% of the trek cost per customer to show your gratitude for their hard work and support throughout your adventure. Thank you!

Food
Breakfast / Lunch/ Dinner
Accomodation
Teahouse
Elevation
2860

Today, you'll fly back to Kathmandu or Ramechhap from Lukla. The flight is short but exciting, offering stunning aerial views of the Himalayas. The distance covered is approximately 136 km (85 miles) with a flight time of about 30 minutes.

If you land in Ramechhap, you'll have a 5-hour drive back to Kathmandu. Once in Kathmandu, enjoy a farewell celebration, explore the lively Thamel area, take a refreshing shower, and change into clean clothes.

Leaving the majestic Himalayas can be a bittersweet moment, filled with memories of your adventure.

In case of flight cancellations due to weather, options include taking a helicopter to Kathmandu at an extra cost or waiting for the next available flight. If these options are not feasible, you may have to walk to a lower altitude and take a long drive back to Kathmandu. Always discuss contingency plans with your guide to ensure a smooth return.

Thank you for your adventure, and have a wonderful evening in Kathmandu!

Food
Breakfast / Dinner
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
1400

Savor a Leisurely Day in Kathmandu

Today offers the perfect opportunity to unwind and reflect on your Himalayan adventure. Explore the bustling streets of Thamel, a vibrant hub filled with an array of shops, cafes, and cultural treasures. Dive into the rich tapestry of Nepalese life as you navigate through the colorful markets and soak in the unique atmosphere.

Thamel is the ideal place to shop for souvenirs, from handmade crafts to traditional garments. Enjoy a meal at one of the many cafes or restaurants, offering both local and international cuisine. Visit nearby cultural sites such as the Garden of Dreams, a serene oasis amidst the urban hustle, or take a short trip to Swayambhunath (the Monkey Temple), which offers panoramic views of the city.

If your flight from Lukla was delayed and you used this extra day for travel, take this time to relax and recover from the journey. We save an extra day in the itinerary for such contingencies, ensuring you have a buffer to accommodate any unforeseen delays.

Regardless of how you spend the day, enjoy the blend of ancient heritage and modern vibrancy that Kathmandu offers. Welcome back to the city, and we hope you enjoyed your adventure in the Himalayas! If you need any activities, longer stays, or room arrangements, please let us know. We are happy to help with your choices.

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Breakfast
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
1400

Today marks the end of your unforgettable Himalayan adventure. After enjoying your last moments in Kathmandu, you'll be transferred to the airport for your final departure.

Ensure you have all your belongings packed and ready. Arrive at the airport with ample time for check-in and security procedures. Reflect on the incredible journey and the memories you've made as you head back to your hometown.

Safe travels, and we hope to see you again for another adventure!

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Breakfast

Everest Base Camp via Gokyo Ri Trek Cost Includes

  • All International & Domestic Airport Transfers
  • 3 Nights Accommodation in Kathmandu with Breakfast
  • Domestic Flights (Ramechhap-Lukla-Kathmandu)
  • Paperwork, Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permits, 
  • Experienced Trekking Guide & Porter (1 porter for every 2 clients)
  • 3 Main Course Meals with Basic withTeahouses on Trek
  • Duffle Bags for the Trek
  • First Aid Kit and Oxygen Cylinders
  • Welcome or Farewell Dinner in Kathmandu
  • Arrangement of Emergency Helicopter Service ( by insurance)
  • Free Emergency Cases
  • Certificate of Achievement

 

Everest Base Camp via Gokyo Ri Trek Cost Excludes

  • International Airfare
  • Travel insurance that covers trip cancellation, medical emergencies, and evacuation
  • Nepal  visa fee
  • Meals and accommodation in Kathmandu 
  • Alcoholic, Hot and cold drinks during the trek
  • Extra night Rooms arrival, early return from the trek due to any reason 
  • Tips for guides/porters/driver,may spend :$200-250
  • personal expenses not mentioned in the itinarery 
  • Electronic devices / Wifi, Hot shower, Hot water
  • Personal trekking equipments

 

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FAQs

What is the EBC via Gokyo Lakes Trek, and what are the reasons to choose this particular trek?

Explore the wonders of the Himalayas with the EBC via Gokyo Lakes Trek, a captivating adventure that seamlessly blends the iconic Everest Base Camp route with the breathtaking allure of Gokyo Lakes. Revel in the diversity of landscapes, soak in panoramic views, and immerse yourself in the exploration of pristine turquoise glacial lakes. Opt for this trek to embark on a distinctive and enriching journey through the captivating Everest region.

How challenging is the trek, and when is the optimal time to go on it?

The trek is moderately challenging, suitable for enthusiasts with a good fitness level. The best times are pre-monsoon (spring: Feb to May) and post-monsoon (autumn: September to December ) for stable weather and clear views.

What is the altitude, and what are the recommended methods for acclimatization?

The trek encompasses altitudes surpassing 5,000 meters. Incorporating acclimatization days in Namche Bazaar and Gokyo, coupled with a gradual ascent, facilitates your body's adaptation to the high altitude. Prioritize staying well-hydrated, pay attention to your body's signals, ascend slowly, ensure sufficient sleep at lower altitudes, consume ample water, opt for fresh food over processed options, and dine at teahouses for a more reliable culinary experience, as finding suitable food options outside may prove challenging

How long does the daily trekking typically last in terms of hours?

The duration of daily trekking hours fluctuates but typically spans between 4 to 8 hours, contingent upon the terrain and the designated destination for the day

What permits are required for the trek?

Certainly! A Sagarmatha National Park entry permit and a TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) card are required. Our team will provide assistance in obtaining these permits.

What type of accommodation and food/drinks /toilets can we expect during the trek?

Sharing Accommodations along the trail are primarily teahouses, offering a basic yet comfortable experience. Rooms typically include a bed with blankets, and meals are served in communal dining areas with standard Himalayan fare. Please set realistic expectations, as the facilities are basic but functional. Drinking water requires purification, so it's advisable to carry purification methods. You can purchase water along the way, but the cost may be higher. In Gorakshep, only mineral water is available for purchase. Hot water is available at an additional cost, and hot drinks are highly recommended to stay warm in cold temperatures. Toilet facilities are basic, and it's recommended to bring your own toiletries. Occasionally, sitting toilets may not have flushing mechanisms, so using a jug of water for flushing is necessary. As you ascend, amenities become more basic. Thank you for your understanding..

What gears is recommended to bring for the trek?

 Here's a list of recommended trekking gear:

Footwear:

Sturdy and comfortable hiking boots
Well-fitting socks for trekking
Sandals or comfortable shoes for evenings

Clothing:

Moisture-wicking base layers
Insulating layers for warmth
Waterproof and windproof jacket
Lightweight and quick-drying trekking pants
Hat or cap for sun protection
Gloves for warmth

Backpack and Accessories:

Durable and comfortable backpack
Waterproof backpack cover
Trekking poles for stability
Sunglasses with UV protection

Sleeping Gear:

Warm sleeping bag suitable for the trekking conditions
Sleeping pad for insulation and comfort

Navigation and Safety:

Map and compass
Headlamp or flashlight with extra batteries
First aid kit
Personal medication

Hydration and Nutrition:

Water bottles or hydration system
High-energy snacks
Reusable water purification system or tablets

Personal Items:

Sunscreen with high SPF
Lip balm with UV protection
Personal hygiene items (toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.)
Quick-dry towel

Electronics:

Camera or smartphone for capturing memories
Portable charger or power bank
Remember to adapt the list based on the specific trek and its unique requirements. It's always advisable to check the weather and terrain conditions before finalizing your packing list 

s it possible to charge electronic devices,,Mobile signal access Wi-Fi, and have hot showers during the trek?

Charging facilities are generally provided in most teahouses; however, it is recommended to carry a power bank and spare batteries as electricity availability is limited. It's important to note that charging is usually available in the dining hall, not in individual rooms. Additionally, Wi-Fi services are accessible through purchased cards like Everest Link or Airlink available in teahouses. Hot showers are available, but you may need to request them from the teahouse, incurring an extra cost. Mobile signal coverage extends up to Tengboche and Everest Base Camp, with no signal between Dingboche and Lobuche on the Gokyo side

Are there ATM and money exchange available in Kathmandu and along the trekking trail?

ATM and money exchange facilities are available in Kathmandu, Lukla, and Namche Bazaar. It is advisable to carry Nepalese currency in smaller denominations for purchases during the trek. However, we recommend bringing sufficient cash from Kathmandu before embarking on the trek. In case it's not enough, carry some additional currency and your Visa cards. Please note that using ATMs incurs an extra bank service charge of 4-5%, and this applies at Kathmandu airport as well.

Is travel insurance a necessity for the trip?

Yes, it is mandatory for all participants to have travel insurance that includes coverage for high-altitude trekking and emergency evacuation. Additionally, the insurance should cover trek cancellation. In case of any health issues during the trek, a visit to the doctor would also be covered by the insurance

Can we extend my stay in Kathmandu?

Absolutely! We are more than happy to assist you in arranging additional days in Kathmandu for sightseeing or relaxation. Simply inform us of your preferences, and feel free to engage in discussions with your travel agents as they can help tailor activities to match your desires.

How can I go about booking the EBC via Gokyo Ri Trek?

To make a reservation, please reach out to us via our website or email. Our dedicated team will assist you in the booking process, address any inquiries, and ensure a smooth experience. A 15% deposit is required upon booking, with the remaining amount due one month before your arrival. Should you require any assistance, our team is readily available to help. Kindly provide us with your passport details and arrival date in Kathmandu, Nepal. Once your booking is confirmed, we can begin planning ahead. Thank you for choosing us

What are the symptoms of altitude sickness, and how can they be reduced?

Altitude sickness, also known as acute mountain sickness (AMS), can occur when ascending to higher altitudes too quickly. Symptoms may include headache, dizziness, nausea, and shortness of breath. To reduce altitude sickness, consider the following measures:

Gradual Ascent:

Allow your body time to acclimate by gradually ascending to higher altitudes.
Include acclimatization days in your itinerary, especially at critical points.
Stay Hydrated:

Drink plenty of water to stay well-hydrated and help your body adjust to the altitude.
Balanced Diet:

Consume a balanced diet rich in carbohydrates and avoid heavy, greasy meals.
Include foods high in potassium, like bananas, to aid in acclimatization.
Avoid Alcohol and Tobacco:

Limit alcohol consumption and avoid smoking, as they can contribute to dehydration and exacerbate altitude symptoms.

Medication:

Consult with a healthcare professional before the trek and discuss the possibility of taking medications like acetazolamide to prevent altitude sickness.

Rest and Acclimatization Days:

Take sufficient rest and include acclimatization days in your trekking itinerary to allow your body to adjust.

Descend if Symptoms Persist:

If symptoms of altitude sickness persist or worsen, descend to a lower altitude promptly.
It's crucial to pay attention to your body and communicate any discomfort or symptoms to your guide or fellow trekkers. Always consult with a healthcare professional before embarking on high-altitude treks, especially if you have pre-existing health condition

What level of fitness and health is required for this trek?

What level of fitness and health is required for this trek? A normal level of fitness is generally sufficient, and good overall health is essential. It is advisable to share any past medical history with your travel agent, ensuring that your guide can provide appropriate care. Additionally, engaging in some light exercises in the two to three months leading up to the trek can be beneficial in preparing for the physical demands journey

What is the contingency plan if the Lukla flight is canceled?

In the event of a Lukla flight cancellation due to weather conditions, we understand that weather is beyond our control. However, we have contingency options available. One alternative is to arrange a helicopter flight to Lukla. It's important to communicate promptly with your travel agents or guide to explore this option, as helicopter availability is time-sensitive and booking in advance is advisable. Helicopter prices may vary, and in case of a cancellation, an approximate cost of around $500 per person is expected. You can later seek a refund from your travel insurance.

Driving to the trek start point is another option, although it takes a longer time. If both options are not feasible, there is a possibility of diverting the trek to an alternative route or region. Having an additional day in your itinerary can be beneficial in such situations. Rest assured, our team, including your guide, will work diligently to ensure the smooth planning and execution of your trek, taking any necessary measures to adapt to unforeseen circumstances

Traveller Useful Information

Embarking on the EBC via Gokyo Lakes Trek is a thrilling adventure that combines the classic Everest Base Camp route with the mesmerizing beauty of Gokyo Lakes. Here's everything you need to know before you embark on this extraordinary Himalayan journey:

Trek Overview: The EBC via Gokyo Lakes Trek offers a unique and picturesque route that takes you through lush landscapes, traditional Sherpa villages, and turquoise glacial lakes. This trek is a perfect blend of adventure, cultural exploration, and stunning mountain scenery.

Altitude and Acclimatization: The trek reaches altitudes exceeding 5,000 meters, so proper acclimatization is crucial. Schedule rest days in Namche Bazaar and Gokyo to acclimate to the high altitude. Stay hydrated, take it slow, and listen to your body.

Best Time to Go: The ideal times for the trek are pre-monsoon (spring: March to May) and post-monsoon (autumn: September to November). During these periods, the weather is relatively stable, and the skies are clear, providing excellent views of the mountains.

Permits: Obtain necessary permits before starting the trek. You will need a Sagarmatha National Park entry permit and a TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) card. Our team will assist you in obtaining these permits.

Accommodations: Accommodations along the trail are teahouses, providing basic yet comfortable lodging. Rooms typically include a bed with blankets. Meals are served in communal dining areas, offering a chance to interact with fellow trekkers.

Trekking Hours: Daily trekking hours vary but generally range from 4 to 8 hours, depending on the terrain and the day's destination. Be prepared for varying trail conditions and elevation changes.

Pack Accordingly: Pack essentials such as trekking boots, warm clothing, a good backpack, a sleeping bag, and personal items. A detailed packing list will be provided upon booking.

Charging Electronics: While charging facilities are available in most teahouses, bring a power bank and spare batteries due to limited electricity availability.

Currency and ATMs: ATM facilities are available in Lukla and Namche Bazaar. It's advisable to carry Nepalese currency in smaller denominations for purchases along the way.

Travel Insurance: Travel insurance with coverage for high-altitude trekking and emergency evacuation is mandatory for all participants. Ensure that your insurance covers activities up to the maximum elevation reached during the trek.

Booking Process: To book the EBC via Gokyo Lakes Trek, contact us through our website or email. Our team will guide you through the booking process, answer your queries, and ensure a seamless experience.

Now that you're equipped with essential information, get ready for an unforgettable adventure that combines the best of Everest Base Camp and the enchanting Gokyo Lakes. We look forward to making your journey to the heart of the Himalayas an incredible experience!

Embarking on the EBC via Gokyo Lakes Trek is an exciting journey, and understanding potential extra personal expenses is crucial for a well-prepared trek. Here's what you need to know:

1. Teahouse Accommodations: While basic accommodations are included, any upgrades or additional services in teahouses, such as hot showers, Wi-Fi, or charging facilities, may incur extra charges.

2. Meals and Snacks: While most meals are covered in the trek cost, any additional snacks, beverages, or special dietary requests beyond the standard menu may result in extra expenses.

3. Drinking Water: Purchasing bottled water along the trail can add to costs. Consider using water purification tablets or a refillable water bottle with a purification system to reduce expenses.

4. Charging Devices: Charging electronic devices in teahouses may have a nominal fee. Bringing a power bank and spare batteries is advisable for additional convenience.

5. Equipment Rental: If you choose to rent trekking equipment, such as sleeping bags or trekking poles, additional fees may apply. However, bringing your own gear is a cost-effective option.

6. Tips for Guides and Porters: While tipping is discretionary, it is customary to show appreciation for the hard work of guides and porters. Budgeting for tips is recommended.

7. Optional Excursions: Side trips, additional tours, or cultural experiences beyond the standard itinerary may involve extra costs. Plan and budget accordingly if you wish to explore more.

8. Emergency Expenses: Unexpected situations, such as unforeseen health issues or changes in the itinerary, may incur extra expenses. Having a contingency fund for emergencies is a prudent approach.

Understanding and planning for these extra personal expenses ensures you have a comprehensive budget for your Everest adventure. Our team is here to provide guidance and assist you in making the most of your trekking experience. Enjoy every moment as you explore the breathtaking landscapes of the Everest region!

Embarking on the EBC via Gokyo Lakes Trek is an exhilarating adventure, but understanding the weather conditions and potential flight disruptions is crucial for a seamless journey.

Weather Conditions: During the trekking seasons of spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November), the weather in the Everest region is generally stable, offering clear skies and optimal trekking conditions. However, temperatures can vary, so packing layers is essential. Be prepared for cold nights and fluctuating weather as you ascend to higher altitudes.

Flight Updates: Flight cancellations due to weather conditions, especially in Lukla, are not uncommon. The short and challenging airstrip makes Lukla flights weather-dependent. In such instances, our experienced team will keep you informed about any flight changes and work diligently to reschedule or provide alternative arrangements. Flexibility is key, and our priority is ensuring your safety and a smooth trekking experience.

Top Tip: Consider building a buffer into your itinerary, allowing for potential flight delays. This strategic planning ensures you have ample time to reach Lukla and begin your trek, even if there are unforeseen disruptions.

Our dedicated team is committed to providing timely updates, ensuring you can navigate the Everest region with confidence. Let your adventure unfold seamlessly, embracing the unpredictable beauty of the Himalayas.

When embarking on the EBC via Gokyo Lakes Trek, having an emergency fund is crucial for a smooth and secure journey. Here's a quick guide:

1. Health and Medical Expenses: Allocate funds for unexpected health issues, medications, or medical services that may arise during the trek.

2. Evacuation Costs: In case of emergency evacuations due to altitude sickness or unforeseen circumstances, having a designated fund ensures swift action without financial strain.

3. Unforeseen Expenses: Prepare for unexpected situations, such as itinerary changes or additional accommodation costs due to weather disruptions.

4. Equipment Replacement: In the event of equipment failure or loss, having an emergency fund allows for the replacement or rental of necessary gear.

5. Tips and Gratuity: While discretionary, setting aside funds for tips to guides and porters is customary and appreciated.

6. Contingency Planning: Maintain a safety net for any unforeseen challenges, ensuring you have the financial flexibility to adapt to changing circumstances.

Prioritize your safety and peace of mind by establishing a well-thought-out emergency fund. This proactive approach ensures you can navigate any unexpected situations during your Everest adventure without unnecessary stress.

As travelers, we have the power to shape the future of our planet through responsible and eco-friendly tourism practices. Here's how you can contribute to the preservation of our environment while enjoying enriching experiences:

1. Choose Sustainable Accommodations: Opt for eco-friendly hotels, lodges, or guesthouses that prioritize environmental conservation and sustainable practices.

2. Respect Local Cultures: Learn about and respect the local customs, traditions, and etiquettes of the destinations you visit. Support local communities and artisans.

3. Minimize Single-Use Plastics: Carry a reusable water bottle, refuse single-use plastics, and participate in local initiatives promoting plastic-free environments.

4. Conserve Water and Energy: Practice water and energy conservation in accommodations. Reuse towels, turn off lights when not needed, and use resources responsibly.

5. Leave No Trace: Follow the "Leave No Trace" principles by disposing of waste properly, staying on marked trails, and minimizing your impact on natural habitats.

6. Support Eco-Friendly Tours: Choose tour operators committed to eco-friendly and sustainable practices. Participate in activities that promote conservation and environmental awareness.

7. Wildlife Conservation: Avoid activities that exploit or harm wildlife. Choose ethical wildlife tours and sanctuaries that prioritize the well-being of animals.

8. Carbon Offsetting: Consider carbon offsetting programs to neutralize your travel-related carbon footprint. Contribute to projects that focus on reforestation and renewable energy.

9. Use Sustainable Transportation: Opt for eco-friendly transportation options, such as public transit, walking, or cycling. Choose fuel-efficient or electric vehicles when possible.

10. Support Local Products: - Purchase locally made products and souvenirs, supporting the livelihoods of local communities and reducing the carbon footprint associated with imported goods.

11. Educate Yourself: - Learn about the environmental challenges facing the destinations you visit and actively support conservation efforts. Share this knowledge with fellow travelers.

12. Minimize Your Carbon Footprint: - Choose direct flights, pack light, and offset your carbon footprint to reduce the environmental impact of your travel.

By adopting these eco-friendly practices, you not only contribute to the well-being of our planet but also enhance the quality of your travel experiences. Let's travel responsibly, leaving behind positive footprints for generations to come.

Embarking on the EBC via Gokyo Lakes Trek is an exhilarating adventure, and safety is our top priority. Here's a comprehensive guide to ensure a secure and enjoyable journey:

1. Professional Guides: Our experienced and certified guides are well-versed in the region's terrain, weather patterns, and emergency procedures, ensuring your safety at all times.

2. Acclimatization: Adequate acclimatization is crucial for treks at high altitudes. Our itinerary includes rest days in Namche Bazaar and Gokyo to help your body adjust gradually.

3. Emergency Evacuation Plans: We have robust emergency evacuation plans in place, with access to helicopter services if needed. Our team is trained to handle medical emergencies with swift and effective responses.

4. Quality Equipment: We provide high-quality trekking equipment, including sleeping bags and trekking poles, to enhance your comfort and safety during the journey.

5. Weather Monitoring: Our team closely monitors weather conditions, especially in Lukla where flight disruptions can occur. In case of cancellations, we have contingency plans to ensure a smooth trek.

6. Altitude Safety Measures: Our guides are trained in recognizing symptoms of altitude sickness, and we monitor each trekker's health closely. We carry comprehensive medical kits for any minor health issues that may arise.

7. Teahouse Accommodations: We select teahouses with a focus on safety and hygiene standards. Our team ensures that accommodations meet the necessary requirements for a comfortable stay.

8. Communication Systems: Our guides carry communication devices to stay in touch with our base and manage any unforeseen circumstances efficiently.

9. Group Size: We maintain small group sizes to provide personalized attention, ensuring that each trekker receives the necessary support and assistance.

10. Insurance Requirements: We require all participants to have comprehensive travel insurance that covers high-altitude trekking and emergency evacuation, ensuring financial protection in case of unforeseen events.

Embark on your EBC via Gokyo Lakes Trek with confidence, knowing that your safety is our priority. Our experienced team is dedicated to providing you with a secure and memorable adventure in the heart of the Himalayas.

  1. Visa Types:

    • Tourist Visa: For travelers visiting Nepal for tourism purposes.
    • Gratis Visa: Available to citizens of SAARC countries (except Afghanistan) for 30 days.
  2. Visa Duration:

    • Tourist visas are available for 15, 30, or 90 days, with extensions possible while in Nepal.
  3. Application Process:

    • Apply for a visa upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) or at designated entry points. Alternatively, pre-apply at the Nepalese diplomatic missions abroad.
  4. Requirements:

    • Valid passport with at least six months' validity.
    • Completed visa application form.
    • Passport-sized photos.
    • Visa fees payable in USD or other convertible foreign currency.
  5. Visa Fees:

    • Fees vary based on the duration of stay. Check the official website or contact the embassy for the latest fee information.
  6. On-Arrival Process:

    • Fill out the arrival card and visa application form.
    • Proceed to the visa payment counter.
    • Clear immigration and proceed to baggage claim.
  7. Extension of Visa:

    • Extend your visa at the Immigration Office in Kathmandu or Pokhara, or at the Immigration Checkpoints in entry points.
  8. Online Application:

    • Some nationals can apply for a tourist visa online through the official website of the Department of Immigration.
  9. Overstay Penalties:

    • Overstaying may result in fines. Be aware of the expiry date and extend your visa if necessary.
  10. SAARC Nationals:

    • SAARC nationals, except Afghanistan, receive a gratis visa for 30 days.
  11. Exit Requirements:

    • Ensure your visa is valid until your departure. Overstaying may lead to fines.
  12. Embassy Information:

    • Contact the Nepalese embassy or consulate in your home country for specific visa requirements.

Remember to check for any recent updates or changes to visa regulations before your travel. Nepal welcomes you with open arms for a journey filled with Himalayan wonders and cultural richness. Safe travels!

For those seeking an unparalleled experience amidst the grandeur of the Himalayas, the Mountain Helicopter Scenic Flight in the Everest Region is a must-try adventure. Here's why:

1. Aerial Panoramas: Soar above the towering peaks of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam for breathtaking panoramic views that simply cannot be matched on the ground.

2. Iconic Landmarks: Get up close to iconic landmarks like Everest Base Camp, Gokyo Lakes, and the Khumbu Glacier, witnessing their majesty from an entirely new perspective.

3. Close Encounter with Everest: Experience the thrill of flying close to Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

4. Time-Saving Adventure: Ideal for those with time constraints, the helicopter scenic flight offers a condensed yet awe-inspiring encounter with the Everest region in just a few hours.

5. Photographic Opportunities: Capture unrivaled photographs as you enjoy unobstructed views from the helicopter, providing unique angles and compositions.

6. Customizable Routes: Tailor your scenic flight to include specific areas of interest, ensuring you get the most out of your helicopter adventure in the Everest region.

For an extraordinary journey that transcends traditional trekking, the Mountain Helicopter Scenic Flight offers an exhilarating and exclusive encounter with the world's highest peaks. Elevate your adventure and witness the Himalayas in all their glory from the comfort of a helicopter.

The Everest Base Camp via Gokyo Lakes trekking route offers a range of stunning attractions and highlights for trekkers. Here are some of the key attractions you can expect to encounter along the route:

Gokyo Lakes: The Gokyo Lakes are a series of turquoise-colored glacial lakes located at high altitudes. The lakes are considered sacred by the Sherpa people and offer mesmerizing reflections of the surrounding mountains, including Cho Oyu, the world's sixth-highest peak.

Gokyo Ri Viewpoint: Gokyo Ri (5,357 meters / 17,575 feet) is a popular vantage point that offers breathtaking panoramic views of the Himalayan peaks, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu. It is considered one of the best viewpoints in the Everest region.

Everest Base Camp: The ultimate destination of the trek is Everest Base Camp (5,364 meters / 17,598 feet), the starting point for climbers attempting to summit Mount Everest. Standing at the base of the world's highest peak is a remarkable experience, offering a sense of awe and achievement.

Khumbu Glacier: The trek takes you across the vast Khumbu Glacier, which is one of the largest glaciers in the world. Walking alongside this massive ice formation provides a unique and surreal experience.

Tengboche Monastery: The trek passes through the village of Tengboche, where you can visit the famous Tengboche Monastery. This Buddhist monastery holds cultural and religious significance and offers a serene and peaceful atmosphere amidst the mountains.

Sherpa Culture and Villages: Along the trekking route, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in Sherpa culture and visit traditional Sherpa villages like Namche Bazaar, Dole, Machhermo, and Pangboche. Interacting with the friendly Sherpa people and experiencing their unique way of life is a memorable aspect of the journey.

Himalayan Flora and Fauna: The Everest region is rich in biodiversity, with a variety of flora and fauna. You can encounter rhododendron forests, juniper trees, and other alpine vegetation. Wildlife such as Himalayan thar, musk deer, and various bird species can also be spotted along the trail.

These attractions, along with the challenging yet rewarding trekking experience, make the Everest Base Camp via Gokyo Lakes route a highly sought-after adventure for trekkers from around the world. The stunning natural beauty, cultural immersion, and awe-inspiring views make it an unforgettable journey.

The Everest Base Camp via Gokyo Lakes trekking route offers a fascinating blend of flora, fauna, nature, local people, culture, and lifestyle. Here are some highlights of each aspect along the trekking village areas:

Rhododendron Forests: The trail passes through beautiful rhododendron forests, especially vibrant during the spring season when these trees bloom in various colors.

Alpine Vegetation: As you ascend to higher altitudes, you will come across alpine vegetation like juniper trees, dwarf pines, and mosses, which are adapted to the harsh mountain environment.

Himalayan Thar: These wild goats with curved horns can be spotted in the higher regions, particularly around the Gokyo Lakes.

Musk Deer: These elusive animals, known for their musk glands, inhabit the forests of the Everest region.

Colorful Birds: The trek offers opportunities to spot a variety of bird species, including the Himalayan Monal, Danphe (Nepal's national bird), snow pigeons, and various species of eagles.

Majestic Mountains: The trek offers breathtaking views of some of the world's highest peaks, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, and others.

Glacial Lakes: The Gokyo Lakes, with their stunning turquoise waters, are a highlight of the trek and offer a serene and picturesque setting amidst the mountains.

Sherpa Community: The Everest region is home to the Sherpa people, renowned for their mountaineering skills and warm hospitality. Interacting with the Sherpa community provides insights into their culture, traditions, and way of life.

Traditional Villages: Trekking through villages like Namche Bazaar, Dole, Machhermo, and Pangboche allows you to observe the traditional Sherpa architecture and experience the local lifestyle.

Tea Houses and Lodges: Along the trekking route, you will find cozy tea houses and lodges operated by local families. Staying in these accommodations provides a glimpse into the daily life and warm hospitality of the locals.

Yak Caravans: You may encounter yak caravans, which are still used by the locals for transportation and trading goods in the remote mountain areas.

These aspects combine to create a rich and immersive experience along the Everest Base Camp via Gokyo Lakes trek. The trek not only offers natural beauty but also provides opportunities to connect with the local people, their culture, and their way of life, making it a truly unique and memorable adventure.

The Everest Base Camp via Gokyo Lakes route passes through several villages, allowing trekkers to experience the rich culture and hospitality of the Sherpa people. Some of the prominent villages along this route include:

Lukla: The starting point for most treks in the Everest region, known for its small airport.

Phakding: A picturesque village situated along the Dudh Koshi River, offering a tranquil setting.

Namche Bazaar: The vibrant hub of the Khumbu region, a bustling market town with a blend of Sherpa and Tibetan cultures.

Dole: A small settlement with beautiful views, nestled on the way to Gokyo.

Machhermo: Located on the way to Gokyo, known for its stunning landscapes and teahouses.

Gokyo: A high-altitude village with a series of turquoise lakes, providing a unique and serene atmosphere.

Thangnak: A quieter village along the Gokyo Lakes route, offering a peaceful stop for trekkers.

Dzongla: Situated near Cho La Pass, known for its strategic location and stunning views.

Lobuche: A common stop before reaching Everest Base Camp, offering close-up views of Nuptse.

Gorak Shep: The last village before Everest Base Camp, often used as a base for summit attempts.

These villages not only provide essential rest stops for trekkers but also offer glimpses into the local Sherpa culture, making the journey to Everest Base Camp via Gokyo Lakes a culturally enriching experience.

Client Reviews

KatieLeighW

KatieLeighW

United Kingdom

An incredible adventure with amazing people

30th December, 2021

The most incredible experience. Thanks to Prem and his team for giving us the opportunity to explore the most beautiful route to Gokyo Ri. Great to meet so many fantastic people too.

Chris F

Belgium

Amazing Life Experience

20th August, 2021

Can't stress enough how great of an experience it was hiking to Everest Base Camp. My father and I did a 14 day trek through Gokyo Ri, Cho La Pass and then to Everest Base Camp with Prem as our guide. He is extremely knowledgeable and is just an all around great person. Very personable, good sense of humor, and has the upmost respect for both you and the Himalayas. He knows many locals along the trail and was kind enough to introduce us to some of these very welcoming people, and even took the time to teach me some of the local languages and cultural traditions of the region. The people, culture, and mountains that are Nepal, are something you can't trade for anything. I will most definitely be coming back and will recommend Prem and his team every time.

Dhanyabaad
Namaste

Sonia Maria smith

Italy

Knowledgeable Team

10th August, 2020

Thank You Sole Encounters Trek for your warm welcome and organize my trek, The team is excellent and experienced. They provide solution to all your quirees about trekkingig. Very enjoyable trek Gokyo Via Everest base camp trek. Once again Thank You !!! Prem Tamang

Ms: Myrnita Atleata

Ms: Myrnita Atleata

Estonia

Fantastic Gokyo Chola Pass via Everest Base Camp Trek

15th February, 2023

Our trip to the mountains was fantastic, and we were very lucky to have mostly clear skies each day. Even if you are moderately fit, the walking was challenging each day. After departing from the EBC and Gokyo Chola Pass Trek route, the path became much quieter and peaceful. It was an experience I will never forget.

The service provided by Prem was excellent. The trip was booked last minute (a week before departure), but all information and confirmation were provided promptly. It was a nice touch that he waited at the hotel for me on arrival and after the hike to give me a briefing and to allow me to provide feedback.

It was a pleasure to work with Prem and his team. On arrival in Kathmandu, he met me at the airport and transferred me to the hotel. 

Fantastic service throughout the trip, always happy to answer questions and Upon arrival at Kathmandu airport, he was waiting to pick me up and take me to my hotel always with a smile! Huge thanks to both for such a fantastic experience.

Managed to be on flights in and out of Kathmandu airport, he met me at the airport and transferred me to the hotel

I Would highly recommend the company without hesitation, I am coming back for Next Trek.

Thank You Prem and Sole Encounters Trekking Pvt.Ltd

Tom Clippingdale

Tom Clippingdale

Italy

Supporting and Knowledge Team

10th February, 2023

We Just returned from Trek having completed the Gokya  Via everest base camp  Honestly I will highly recommend doing this trip with Sole Encounters Trekking Pvt.Ltd 

our Leader knowledgeable and his team were all great and couldnt do enough to ensure that everyone in the party reached their goals and as comfortable as possible. Nothing was ever an issued

The supporting team of porters/assitant guides were amazing and ensure our bags got to our destination safely & I could not have completed this trip without them.

The itinerary was put perfectly together to ensure as many people completed it as possible with appropriate amount of acclimatisation days along the route.

Whilst there are shorter routes Everest Case camp We highly recommend taking in the longer route that encompasses Gyoko lakes and the Cho lo pass amongst many other special places on this route, which imho overshadows everest base camp ( perfects )

I hope to keep in touch with everyone from this trip, including the guides as everyone contributed to a very special trip and it could not have been the same without them We really thanks made us one of the best experience & great trip

Elliot Screene

France

Amaizing Trip with Best Sole Encounters Nepal Local Hoosting Company

28th June, 2023

We felt safe and well taken care of from the moment  were picked up at Kathmandu airport by Sole Encounters. The tour guide provided exceptional service, going above and beyond to assist you, including retrieving your mobile phone from a toilet. His extensive knowledge of Nepal's history and the trek itself added to the overall experience.

Embarking on a trek can test one's physical and mental endurance, but with the help of Prem and your assistant guide Dorjee, you were able to overcome challenges and reach your goals. It's wonderful to hear that their support was instrumental in your success.

The organization of the trip was well-planned, and the nightly briefings provided you with a clear understanding of what to expect the following day. This level of organization helps travelers feel prepared and informed throughout their journey.

Making lifelong friends and personal growth are incredible outcomes of such an adventure. It's heartening to know that your experience with Sole Encounters and your porter Woody has had such a positive impact on you. Expressing gratitude and appreciation for their support is a wonderful sentiment.

thank you for great trip

Leon J

Australia

I did the Gokyo via everest base Camo trek

29th June, 2023

had a wonderful time on your trek to Gokyo via Everest Base Camp! It sounds like a thrilling adventure. Prem, your guide, seems to have done an excellent job in making the trek enjoyable, informative, and safe for you. It's fantastic that you had a 10/10 experience and that it was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Trekking in the Everest region is truly a remarkable experience, with stunning landscapes and rich cultural heritage.positive feedback! If you have any more questions or want to share more about our trip, feel free to ask me if you are interested highly recommended travel with Sole Encounters 

David Sweals

Iceland

Gokgyo Via everest Base camp , Great Adventures

29th June, 2023

Wow what an adventure and experience! The Sole Encounters team make you feel welcome from the moment you arrive to the time you fly home. I did the Gokyo Ri, Chola Pass and Everest Base Camp trek. The team mix a blend of fun, information and safety throughout the trek. They know the mountains inside out with Prem our guide having taught many of the guides taking other groups we saw out on the trails and in teahouses. I would thoroughly recommend using Sole Encounters for your trek in Nepali I have already booked another trek for next year!

John

United Kingdom

Unforgettable Trek Ever-Everest Base Camp with Sole encounters Trekking Company

30th June, 2023

Tour Company proved to be an outstanding organization right from the beginning. The flow of information from Sole Encounters was excellent, and they promptly and comprehensively responded to all my queries. Upon arrival at Kathmandu Airport, we were greeted by the wonderful and cheerful guide, Prem tamang , who escorted us to our excellent hotel and arranged a pre-tour briefing for the following day. Prem Tamang conducted a thorough and informative briefing, leaving us well-prepared for our upcoming trek.

For the next 12 days, we embarked on a trek in the Himalayas to Gokyo via EBC and back, accompanied by my friends and supported by Ramesh, assistant guide Sancha Rai, and an amazing team of porters including Hero, Rosan, Anil, and Bikash. Along the way, we met fellow trekkers who shared stories of group members unable to reach EBC due to altitude sickness. However, our entire group of 9 successfully made it! This achievement was undoubtedly made possible by the incredible support and knowledge imparted by Maddy throughout the trek. Each evening after dinner, we received a detailed briefing about the next day's plans, including trekking duration, recommended clothing, lunch stop information, and expected altitudes. Trekking at high altitudes should not be underestimated, but with proper mental preparation and Maddy's constant guidance, we encountered no surprises. In my humble opinion, anyone with a reasonable level of cardiovascular fitness can undertake this trek, regardless of age (I'm 65). However, having someone watching over you every step of the way makes a tremendous difference.

Out of our group of 11 but 6 members took Diamox to combat the effects of altitude, while the other two experienced severe symptoms until they started taking it. There are varying opinions on whether to take Diamox or not, so it's important to conduct your own research and consult with a medical professional. Here are some additional tips that you may find useful:

  • Apply for your Nepal visa online and bring $50 in cash (as of May 2023) to pay for your visa at the airport, saving you from queuing.
  • You can purchase a local SIM card at the airport after collecting your baggage, and surprisingly, 3G/4G connectivity is available during much of the trek, including base camp!
  • Most of your trekking gear can be purchased in Kathmandu (Thamel) at significantly lower prices compared to Australia or the UK.
  • All your food is included during the trek and is of good quality; it is recommended to opt for the vegetarian option.
  • Ace will provide filtered water at lunch stops and tea houses in the evenings and mornings, but remember to use filtered water for brushing your teeth as well.
  • Carry some local currency on the trek, as you'll find decent espresso coffee and chocolate bars for a treat at most stops along the way.
  • Most tea houses offer inexpensive charging options for your devices, but it's also helpful to carry a power bank.

I extend my heartfelt thanks to Prem Bahadur Tamang and the entire team at Sole Encounters Trekking for their utmost professionalism as a local business. I wholeheartedly recommend them without hesitation

Step Warner

Austria

Great Journey to Everest Circuit

1st July, 2023

We had an amazing trip with Sole Encounters, despite a last-minute change in plans to the Everest Base Camp via Gokyo lake  and the breathtaking Himalayan landscapes. Mr. Dawa Tamang  effortlessly accommodated our needs, ensuring a seamless experience from airport pickup to drop-off.

Our guide, Dawa Tamang , and the Sherpas made the journey an extraordinary adventure. They provided incredible assistance and took great care of us throughout the trip. Dawa s valuable insights and recommendations on local cuisine and beverages left a lasting impression. His patience and support during our ascent to Kala Pathar were remarkable, making the summit achievable and creating unforgettable memories. Our guide's extensive local knowledge and cultural expertise enhanced the journey, and each day was made special with fun, laughter, delicious local food, and outdoor skills that exceeded our expectations,Thank you for great trek

Brian

United Kingdom

Everest Base Camp via Gokyo lake

4th July, 2023

Our Mount Everest Base Camp via Gokyo lake  Trek with Sole Encounters Trekking was truly awesome. The team at Sole Encounters Trekking went above and beyond to ensure that our experience was nothing short of remarkable. Despite a one-day delay in our flight, they swiftly adjusted our plans and provided separate guides for our group and the three individuals in my party.  Additionally, the team worked tirelessly to overcome challenging weather conditions towards the end of our tour. They coordinated a helicopter to transport us back to Kathmandu, ensuring our safety and convenience. Their dedication and efforts were truly commendable.  Our guide, Pasang Sherpa, along with our porters, exceeded our expectations. Pasang Sherpa took exceptional care of us throughout the trek, making sure we had the best possible experience. His engaging nature, professionalism, and attentiveness made the journey even more memorable. In fact, my daughter had such a fantastic time that she hopes to return and tackle some of the larger mountains with Sole Encounters Trekking.  The views along the trek were breathtaking, and the warm and friendly nature of the Nepalese people added to the overall charm of the experience. Despite being almost 64 years old, I found the trek challenging at times in the higher altitudes, but not overly difficult. It provided me with a great life experience that I will cherish forever. Every step of the trek was worth it.  In conclusion, we highly recommend Sole Encounters Trekking as a tour company in Nepal. Their commitment to ensuring a memorable and enjoyable trek, along with their professionalism and exceptional guides, makes them a top choice for anyone seeking

Kheda CraeaMC

Austria

Highly we recommend traveling

4th July, 2023

Our trip was absolutely incredible, and we have no doubt that we will be returning in the future. Every aspect of our journey was seamlessly organized, and we owe a great deal of gratitude to our guide, Nurbu Sherpa, and our porter, Pusta. Their extensive knowledge, friendly personalities, and genuine care for our experience made the trek even more special.

We were pleasantly surprised by the flexibility and responsiveness of Sole Encounters Trekking when we decided to make a last-minute booking to extend our trip. They were more than happy to accommodate our request and assist us in arranging the additional adventure.

The trek itself was a feast for the senses, with stunning views of the Himalayas and picturesque landscapes. Climbing Gokyo Ri was an unforgettable experience, where we felt like we were in paradise, surrounded by the awe-inspiring Himalayan range, including the majestic Mount Everest. The tea houses along the trek provided a warm and welcoming atmosphere, making us feel right at home amidst the breathtaking surroundings.

We cannot stress enough how highly we recommend traveling with Sole Encounters Trekking. Their professionalism, attention to detail, and the genuine care they show for their clients create an exceptional journey. If you're looking for an unforgettable experience in Nepal, traveling with them is undoubtedly the way to go.

Tania Ribeiroo

Australia

Wonders of nature

16th July, 2023

Nepal is a beautiful country that offers breathtaking landscapes, rich culture, and incredible adventures. Recently, my friends and I were searching for an exciting travel experience, and we stumbled upon the Sole Encounters website. The amazing reviews and captivating images convinced us that Nepal was the perfect destination for our next adventure.

As soon as we arrived in Kathmandu, we were warmly welcomed by our guide from Sole Encounters. He made us feel right at home and ensured that we had a comfortable stay. The hotel he took us to was cozy and provided us with all the amenities we needed.

Our guide proved to be a valuable asset during our trip. He shared fascinating insights about the history, culture, and traditions of Nepal. He also recommended some incredible places to visit around Thamel, the bustling heart of Kathmandu. We explored the vibrant streets, sampled delicious local cuisine, and indulged in the lively atmosphere. Thanks to our guide, we were able to make the most of our time in the city.

The next day, we embarked on an unforgettable adventure as we took a flight to Lukla. The scenic flight itself was a thrill, offering breathtaking views of the snow-capped mountains and lush valleys. It was an awe-inspiring experience that left us in complete awe of Nepal's natural beauty.

Our trekking journey began from Lukla, and it exceeded all our expectations. The trails were well-maintained, and the scenery was simply mesmerizing. The mountains stood tall and majestic, and the serene valleys and charming villages dotted along the way added to the allure. The trek was challenging at times, but we were in safe hands.

Our guide was a true expert in his field. His extensive knowledge and experience ensured that we were well-informed and prepared for the trek. He guided us through the rugged terrain, shared stories about the mountains, and kept us motivated throughout the journey. His guidance was invaluable, and we felt safe and supported under his care.

Additionally, we had the assistance of a porter who always greeted us with a smile. He carried our heavy bags, allowing us to fully enjoy the trek without any unnecessary burden. His strength and dedication were admirable, and we were grateful for his contribution to our trekking experience.

The trek itself was a true highlight of our trip to Nepal. The awe-inspiring vistas, the sense of achievement with each step, and the camaraderie among fellow trekkers made it an unforgettable adventure. The stunning beauty of the Himalayas left us breathless, and we were filled with a deep appreciation for the wonders of nature.

We are immensely grateful to Sole Encounters for arranging our trek and ensuring everything went smoothly. Their meticulous planning and attention to detail made a significant difference. Without their expertise and support, our trek wouldn't have been as successful or enjoyable.

In conclusion, our journey to Nepal was an incredible experience. From the warm welcome in Kathmandu to the thrilling flight to Lukla, and the breathtaking trek in the Himalayas, every moment was filled with awe and wonder. We highly recommend Sole Encounters for their exceptional services and well-organized treks. Nepal truly captured our hearts, and we are grateful for the memories that will last a lifetime. Thank you!

Joelle Tuller

United Kingdom

Exceptional Gokyo via Everest Base Camp Travel with Sole Encounters

16th July, 2023

I recently embarked on the Gokyo via Everest Base Camp trek with Sole Encounters, and it was an absolutely exceptional experience. From start to finish, the team at Sole Encounters exceeded my expectations and ensured an unforgettable journey.

The planning and organization by Sole Encounters were flawless. They provided comprehensive information, ensuring that we were well-prepared for the trek. The itinerary was well-designed, allowing us to witness the mesmerizing beauty of Gokyo and Everest Base Camp.

Our guide was knowledgeable, experienced, and truly fantastic. They shared fascinating insights about the region, its culture, and the mountains, making the trek even more enriching. They ensured our safety and comfort, guiding us through the challenging terrain with expertise.

Throughout the trek, the accommodations and meals arranged by Sole Encounters were top-notch. The teahouses provided comfortable stays and warm hospitality, even in the remote areas. The meals were delicious and nourishing, keeping us energized for the journey.

The highlight of the trek was undoubtedly the breathtaking scenery. From the stunning turquoise lakes of Gokyo to the majestic views of Everest Base Camp, every moment was awe-inspiring. Witnessing the grandeur of the Himalayas was a dream come true.

I cannot recommend Sole Encounters enough for their exceptional services. Their professionalism, attention to detail, and commitment to customer satisfaction were evident throughout the journey. They made sure that every aspect of the trek was seamless and unforgettable.

If you're considering a Gokyo via Everest Base Camp trek, I highly recommend choosing Sole Encounters. They are a trustworthy and reliable company that will provide you with an extraordinary experience. Thank you, Sole Encounters, for an excellent adventure!

Melisa Crowther

Canada

Unforgettable Gokyo via Everest Base Camp Travel with Local guide

16th July, 2023

I recently had the privilege of embarking on the Gokyo via Everest Base Camp trek with Sole Encounters, and it was an absolutely incredible experience. From the moment we started our journey until the very end, Sole Encounters provided us with exceptional service, making this trip truly unforgettable.

The team at Sole Encounters went above and beyond to ensure our comfort and safety throughout the trek. Our guide was knowledgeable, experienced, and passionate about the region. They shared fascinating insights about the mountains, local culture, and history, making the trek even more enriching.

The accommodations arranged by Sole Encounters were excellent, offering cozy stays and warm hospitality along the way. The teahouses in remote areas provided comfort and a home-like atmosphere. The meals provided were delicious and kept us energized throughout the challenging trek.

The highlight of the journey was, undoubtedly, reaching both Gokyo and Everest Base Camp. The breathtaking views of the turquoise lakes, towering peaks, and the Khumbu Glacier were awe-inspiring. Witnessing the sunrise from Kala Patthar was a truly magical experience that will stay with me forever.

Sole Encounters demonstrated a high level of professionalism and attention to detail, ensuring that every aspect of the trip was well-planned and seamless. They took care of all logistics, allowing us to fully immerse ourselves in the natural beauty of the Himalayas.

I highly recommend Sole Encounters for anyone considering the Gokyo via Everest Base Camp trek. They are a reliable and trustworthy company that will provide you with an extraordinary adventure. Thank you, Sole Encounters, for an incredible journey of a lifetime!

Donald G

United Kingdom

Everest Base Camp and Gokyo

3rd November, 2023

 

This was my first trekking trip and I was a little nervous about what to expect, however I had the most amazing experience.

We completed the trek to Everest Base Camp via Gokyo lakes and the Chola Pass, which was tough but ultimately rewarding. Prem and his team looked after us, literally every step of the way. Nothing was too much trouble for them and they provided both moral and practical support.

It is not often I would say this - but by the end of the trip we had become firm friends. I can't recommend them enough. A wonderful trip

Leon

Australia

Gokyo Via Everest Base Camp Trek 2023 May

3rd November, 2023

An incredible experience with Sole Encounters has ignited my passion for trekking. Their trips are both enjoyable and safe, and I can't wait to go back for more adventures.

Jackub

Poland

Fantastic

3rd November, 2023

A group of nine of us embarked on the Gokyo via Everest Base Camp Trek, and along the way, we forged wonderful new friendships with fellow trekkers, guides, and supporters.

Our head guide, Prem, was remarkably energetic and attentive, as were the entire team. They consistently put our needs before theirs, often staying up later and waking up earlier than us. Sushil, the trainer guide, exuded cool confidence and showed great promise. Nima Tamang was a wealth of knowledge, and Amrit never failed to lift our spirits with his encouraging words. One of our supporter crew members may well become a guide in the future - his strong command of English, comedic skills, and dancing prowess are impressive!

Thanks for everything!

Nigmi

Germany

Fantastic adventures of lyfetime

8th November, 2023

In October 2023, our journey to Everest Base Camp through Gokyo Lake was absolutely incredible. The stunning vistas from Gokyo Ri and the fifth lake left us in awe, and crossing Chola Pass offered us not only picturesque landscapes but also an unforgettable experience. Our guide and porters were exceptional, offering unwavering support throughout the trek.

Reaching Everest Base Camp was a rewarding achievement, serving as a crucial milestone for climbers. Our incredible crew's patience and enthusiasm made the entire trek a smooth and enjoyable experience

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