Gokyo Valley Trekking

Trip Facts

  • Cost Start FromUS$ 1090 per person
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    No of people Price P.P
    2-6 US$ 995
  • Duration 11 Days
  • Trip Difficulty Moderate
  • TransportationPrivate Vehicle / Aeroplane
  • Trip StyleTrekking
  • DestinationNepal
  • Accommodation: Hotel + Lodge + Hotel
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About Trip

Gokyo Valley is a place that is unspeakable in words. Only some places on the Earth can come quite close to the magnificence of the valley because the valley displays breathtaking landscapes, pristine freshwater blue lakes, some of the world's tallest mountains, vast meadows, natural variety, cultural exhibits, and more. Thus, we are so exhilarated to invite you to do a superb trek in Gokyo Valley with the team of Mountain Rock Treks.

Without a doubt, Gokyo Valley Trekking is one of the fantastic treks in Nepal.

The trek happens in the picturesque valley in the famous Everest Region, home to Mount Everest, Cho Oyo, Lhotse, and Makalu. The valley lying around 42km from Lukla, Gokyo Valley, is flooded and abundant in beauty. 

As said earlier, the valley owns countless colors; that’s why it's a prime destination for trekking. Yet, the two best shades of exquisite Gokyo Valley Trekking are the Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo Ri. 

First, Gokyo Lakes are six freshwater lakes in the valley at around 4,700m-5,000m. The trek runs through five of the pretty Gokyo Lakes lakes out of six. Those glittering lakes enclose mountains in the backdrop, making them even heavenly. 

Gokyo Ri(5,357m), another shade of Gokyo Valley, is a hilltop in the Khumbu Region above Gokyo Village. It is the highest point of Gokyo Valley Trekking. From its top, various sky-towering mountains, the entire Gokyo Valley, Everest Region, glaciers, and Himalayan lakes are sightable.

Besides those two highlights, the hike through Gokyo Valley is full of multiple things, adventures, and experiences. The things can be numerous hanging bridges, iconic houses, inspiring lifestyles of locals, centuries-old gompas & monasteries, mani walls, rushing rivers, peaceful meadows, terrace fields, flora & fauna, and many more. 

So this Gokyo Valley Trek, an exclusive trek, will take you to the Gokyo Lakes and the Gokyo Ri, along with many other scenic and worthwhile stops. Overall, you will have a fantastic travel experience. For that, you will require fourteen days. The trek lasts precisely 14 days, beginning and ending in Kathmandu. 

The journey to Gokyo Valley starts with a flight to Lukla, the entrance to Khumbu Region. Then the walk continues through Phakding and Namche Bazaar, the popular stops of Everest Base Camp Trek. After Namche, the trail gets separated from Everest Base Camp Trek’s route when you take a road to Dole. 

Resuming the trek, you will enter the Gokyo Valley to explore its sceneries. You will traverse those Gokyo Lakes, climb Gokyo Ri, and visit the villages of Gokyo Valley. It will be a time to enjoy and experience the Gokyo Valley. 

Following the complete exploration of the valley, you will retrace to Lukla via Sherpa territories like Namche Bazar, Jorsale, and Phakding. And with a flight back to Kathmandu from Lukla, the trek will be completed within fourteen days.         

Nonetheless, the trek is a little demanding. To enjoy the fruits of the trek, you will have to face several adversities. On average, you have to trek for 5-6hours daily. The route will be steep, rough, and dramatic. High altitudes can be another problem. Likewise, the weather up in the region is chilly and testing. So these are the major challenges of the trek.   

You are pretty suitable for Gokyo Valley Trek if you take those challenges. All you require is a good physical endurance level, enough gear & clothing, a little physical and mental training before the trek. If you are an experienced trekker, that would be a plus point for you. You can comfortably do the tour.   

The best times to go to Gokyo Valley are Autumn and Spring, the two peak trekking seasons in Nepal. In those two seasons, the weather conditions in Nepal favor beautiful trekking experiences for visitors. You shall have a remarkable trek under the beautiful weather conditions in the valley.

If you ever feel like choosing this trek, we are always here to guide you across the valley. Just reach us, and we shall have a fabulous time in Gokyo Valley together.       


Fact Behind Gokyo Lake 

Gokyo Lakes are freshwater oligotrophic lakes in the Khumbu Region of Nepal. The lakes are one of the world’s highest freshwater lake systems. In total, there are six main lakes in the Gokyo Lake System. Otherwise, the lake system, also a wetland area, has 19 lakes stretched over 485 acres at altitudes between 4,600m to 5,100m.

The amazing lake system resides in Khumjung VDC of Solukhumbu district in north-eastern Nepal. It is from the same region of the eight-thousanders like Mt Everest, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, and Makalu. And the valley that homes those lakes is known as Gokyo Valley.

Thonak Lake is the largest and deepest one of the six main lakes. And Gokyo Cho or Dudh Pokhari, a lake by Gokyo Village, is the most popular of all the lakes. The other lakes are Gyazumpa Cho, Tanjung Cho and Ngojumba Cho. These lakes’ water sources are Ngozumpa Glacier- the longest glacier in the Himalayas, and various streams from the mountains. The region can be the best place for lake lovers to explore. 

Moreover, Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims take these lakes as sacred ones. In August, you will see thousands of people taking holy baths in the lakes. According to the belief, the lakes are connected with Hindu deities such as Lord Shiva and Vishnu. So the place is religiously essential as well.   

And Gokyo Valley receives numerous trekkers every year. The Gokyo Lakes have a significant role in attracting them. People across the globe visit the Gokyo Valley just to explore these Gokyo Lakes. As it is in the same district as Everest Base Camp Trek, the crowded trail of Nepal, people choose to hike to these lakes for a peaceful trekking experience. 


Fact about Gokyo Ri 

Gokyo Ri(5,367m) is a mountain pass in the Gokyo Valley of the Everest Region in Nepal. Located above the Gokyo Village and west of Ngozumpa Glacier, Gokyo Ri is one of the most famous mountain passes in the country. 

The hilltop is best known for its striking mountain views of various mountains of the Mahalangur Range, a mountain range in the Himalayas. From this point, you can see peaks such as Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Makalu, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and more. Moreover, the point is the highest point of Gokyo Valley Trekking. It is the major highlight of the treks that run through Gokyo valley. Gokyo Ri is also climbed while doing the Everest Three High Passes Trek, another popular trek in the region.

Gokyo Ri not only provides mountain views but other things too. You can investigate the whole Gokyo Valley and Khumbu Region from the top. The Gokyo Lakes, Gokyo Village, and Ngozumpa Glacier are equally rewarding. There is even a popular trek that goes by the name of Gokyo Ri Trek. On this trek, the mountaintop is the ultimate point.

Some people believe that the view of Mt Everest from Gokyo Ri is better than that of Kala Patthar, the best viewpoint of Mt Everest. If so, Gokyo Ri is undoubtedly a special place to hike. You can reach the top by walking above Gokyo Village. The hike to Gokyo Ri from Gokyo Village takes only 4 hours. It involves a strenuous hike of several hours. But the view that you get from the top is worth it. You will remain awe-struck by the panorama.

If you are ever in Gokyo Valley, do not forget to hike up to Gokyo Ri. The trek to Gokyo Valley is never complete without summiting the point and viewing the scenic vista.         


Best time to go Gokyo Valley Trek

Gokyo Valley Trekking is doable all year round. You can participate in the trek any month you like. However, if you mean the most favorable times, they would be Autumn and Spring. They both are deemed as the trekking seasons in Nepal. The trekking trails remain flocked with trekkers mainly in those two seasons. On the contrary, you will find adventurers on the tracks of Nepal during Winter and Monsoon, but fewer than the earlier ones. 

Let’s dig each of the seasons separately. Afterward, you will have complete knowledge about the weather in Nepal. And you can choose the right time for the Gokyo Valley Tour.   


Gokyo Lake Trek in Autumn (September, October, November)

Autumn is one of the best times to travel in the Himalayas. It is the second most busy trekking season in Nepal; the first is Spring. Yes, you will find most of the popular trails dotted with trekkers during this season. 

September, October, and November are the three months of Autumn. These months are also called post-monsoon months because Autumn starts after the departure of the Monsoon in Nepal. The Monsoon showers remove all the dust, and mountains experience snowfall. As a result, the vistas in the Himalayas of Nepal are all clear and scenic.

The temperature in the higher parts of the Everest Region, like Gokyo Valley, ranges from 10 to 18 degrees in the daytime. And during evening and morning hours, the temperature goes below 0 degrees. 

Similarly, September is a warm month of autumn compared to October and November. As we reach the end of Autumn and the start of Winter in Nepal, the temperature drops.

Overall, Autumn is an excellent period for doing Gokyo Valley Trek. You will get clear and sunny days. The mountains also remain visible, all white. There are pretty low chances of dark clouds and rainfall. You will have a picturesque time in the valley in Autumn.       


Gokyo Lake Trek in Spring (March, April, May)

Spring is more like Autumn. That is why the trekking trails of Nepal remain busy during this season as well. It is a highly chosen time for adventures in Nepal by tourists.

March, April, and May are the months of Spring in Nepal. And they are pre-monsoon months because Monsoon takes over Nepal right from late May. The Spring season is a time of blossoming Rhododendrons and other flowers. It is also a warm time to trek in the Himalayas. The Spring months are warmer than the Autumn months.

The Everest Region and Gokyo Valley temperature remains around 5 to 20 degrees during daylight. And the temperature goes below freezing level in the higher places in the dark and early morning like always. Also, the weather becomes chilly and cold as we gain elevations.

Generally, Spring is the most suitable time for Gokyo Valley Trek or any other trek in the Himalayas. You will get the best views of Mt Everest, Cho Oyu, Ama Dablam, and Lhotse. Also, you will trek through the colorful forest. And you will have vibrant landscapes to watch during Spring. 

Book the tour right away if you are free during Spring this year. You will just love walking on a sunny day in the valley full of scenery.          

Gokyo Lake Trek in Winter (December, January, Febabury)

Winter signifies the cold, chilly, and snowy season. That is what happens in Nepal during Winter. This season is the chilliest of all the seasons. It is the time of the year when the high areas and mountains receive huge snowfall. 

Picture-wise, Winter is the best time when the Himalayas get decorated with fresh snow. Otherwise, it is a tough time in the mountains due to snowfall all over the terrain.

December, January, and February are the months of winter in Nepal. After the departure of Autumn, Winter comes to take over. Early December is not that bad for trekking. You can trek in early December. Until mid or even late-December, we can enjoy the perks of the Autumn season while on the trails. 

But once it is January, the Winter is at its peak in Nepal. The high areas turn into freezing zones, the temperature remains below 0 degrees most of the time, and snowfall occurs. It continues through January until late February. Slowly, winter becomes less active in late February and the Spring season begins to approach. If all is good, you can even trek in the late Winter days of February.

In sum, Winter is not the right time for Gokyo Valley Trekking. The freezing cold and heavy snowfall make trekking difficult. However, you can try your luck during the early or late Winter days. Make sure you check the weather forecast before planning during Winter.    


Gokyo Lake Trek in Summer (June, July, August)

Rainfall, dark clouds, wet trails are the impressions of the Summer season. It is the monsoon season, the season of rainfall. Wettest of all seasons, Summer is an off-season for trekking in Nepal. 

Summer operates through June, July, and August in Nepal. During this period, the whole country receives a maximum amount of rainfall. The trails are mostly wet and slippery. Landslides can block highways in Nepal. Thus, it is an infamous time for trekking in the Himalayas. 

However, early June is not as rainy as other months of Monsoon. So you can plan a trek during the first two weeks of June. You will enjoy the last few days of Spring on the trail. 

Summer or Monsoon is a high humidity season. The temperature can go as high as 40 degrees around the country. There is frequent rainfall during the day. As a result, the mountains around the Everest Region remain mostly behind clouds. However, the view is breathtaking once the clouds start to open.

In a nutshell, Monsoon is not an appropriate time for Gokyo Valley Trek. But you can do the trek in the season’s early or late weeks. Just avoid the trails when Monsoon is at its peak. Also, go through the weather forecasts and plan your trek accordingly. And an experienced guide is a must.  


Gokyo Valley Trek Altitude Chart

Gokyo Valley Trek begins from Kathmandu(1400m). Then we take a flight to Lukla(2,840m). From Lukla, we continue our trek through Phakding(2,610m), Namche Bazaar(3,400m), Dole(4,200m), and Machhermo(4,470m) to reach Gokyo(4,790m). Then we hike down Gokyo Ri(5,360m), the trek's highest point. 

Now, the altitude gain lowers after Gokyo Ri Hike. We have to return to Lukla, and we will have daily altitude loss while retracing back to Lukla. To return to Lukla(2,610m), we’ll trek via Phortse(3,800m), Tyangboche(3,867m), and Jorsale(2,800m). And finally, we’ll fly back to Kathmandu(1400m) to complete the tour.  


Group joining Gokyo valley trek

If you want to join a group for Gokyo Valley Trek, we have a fixed group joining departures to Gokyo Valley. The group joining trek is quite fruitful for solo trekkers. It helps to reduce the overall cost of trekking. You will have trekkers across the globe in your group; you will share experiences. The trekking will also be pretty safe and exciting when in groups. 

Therefore, if you are a solo trekker, the group joining Gokyo Valley Trek is the best option for you. Check our fixed group joining departure dates for Gokyo Valley Trekking.         

  Note:- if you are scared of a regular Lukla flight and tried to walk the same way down to Lukla as well like to see mountain Everest and Everest base camp, these are options for you.

Returning helicopter tour from Gokyo to Kathmandu

Kathmandu to Lukla helicopter flight and vice-versa 

Everest Base Camp Helicopter tour

Gokyo helicopter tour


Frequently Asked Questions About Gokyo lake / Gokyo valley trek

  • How Demanding is Gokyo Valley Trek?

Gokyo valley Trek is a moderate trek. It is a comparatively easier trek in the region. However, you have to trek for about 5-7 hours daily. The maximum altitude of the walk is 5,367m(Gokyo Ri). You will have numerous uphills and downhills. Also, the trail is rough sometimes. And the crisp weather of the region can be another challenge. If you are a newbie, the trek can be slightly challenging for you. So make sure you do a physical training program before the outing if this is the first trek in the Himalayas. But for experienced trekkers, it is not so tough.      


  • Do I need to prepare physically before Gokyo Valley Trekking? 

If you have no prior trekking experience, physical training is a must for you. The physical training program helps you build your physical endurance level, which is quite helpful during the trek. You can do running, mountain hikes, day hikes, jogging, swimming, cycling, and cardio exercises.

If you have already done similar treks, you need not train physically. Your prior experience will take you through the walk.    


  • What are trekking permits required for the trek?

You will require one permit, Sagarmatha National Park Permit. As Gokyo Valley Trekking operates through the park, you must hold the license to enter the site. The permit cost is US$30 for foreigners. IF you are from a SAARC nation, you can get the permit for US$15.  

  • Can I do a solo trek in Gokyo Valley?

Yes, you can do a solo trek in the valley. The region is entirely open for solo trekkers. However, solo trekking in the Himalayas has added problems. You have to do everything on your own. Like you have to find lodging and dining places, and you will trek all alone through the isolated parts. We recommend you to join a group joining trekking in Gokyo Valley or hire a licensed guide or porter. Solo Trekking can arouse various problems.  


  • What are lodging facilities like in Gokyo Valley Trekking?

Teahouses on Gokyo Valley Trek provide lodging facilities. Teahouses are the basic lodges offering food and lodging services to the trekkers. 

The locals of the region own and run these lodges. You will get basic rooms for rest on a twin-sharing basis. Bedsheets, pillows, blankets, and extra blankets are available in the rooms. Some tea houses have attached bathrooms and hot water facilities. Also, the services will become more fundamental as we go to higher areas.    


  • What sort of food and water will I get during the trek?

You can expect food menus from various Indian, Chinese, Nepali, and Continental cuisines. There are teahouses, restaurants, cafes, and bakeries along the trail. You can also quickly get drinking water throughout the trek.  


  • Will I get mountain sickness on Gokyo Valley Trek?

It depends. Gokyo Valley Trek is a high elevation trek that goes above 4,500m. Whenever you are above 3,500m, the risk of altitude sickness is always there. 

However, Gokyo Valley Trek has acclimatization days for proper acclimatization to the altitudes. That will help you to avoid sickness. But still, you need to take other precautions to remain secure, like hydrating your body, trekking slowly, avoiding alcohol, not rushing on the trail, etc.    


  • Are there charging and Wifi services on the trek?

Yes, you will get charging facilities in most teahouses along the trek. However, wifi may not be available in all places. The network is also relatively poor and slow. 

Trip Highlights

  • Begin the trip with a scenic flight to Lukla Airport. 
  • Trek along the trail of Everest Base Camp Trek until Namche Bazaar.
  • Enter the loaded greenery of Sagarmatha National Park.
  • Cross the Dudh Koshi River via numerous hanging bridges.
  • Pass through the Sherpa hamlets and witness their way of living. 
  • Spend a full day's rest in Namche Bazaar.
  • Proceed through the off-the-beaten trail to enter Gokyo Valley.
  • Get awestruck by the landscapes and the lakes in Gokyo Region.
  • Explore the turquoise lakes and Gokyo valley.
  • Hike Gokyo Ri for breathtaking visions of peaks such as Mt Everest, Cho Oyo, Lhotse, and more. 
  • Walk via Buddhist monasteries, gompas, shrines, and mani walls.
  • Experience what it is like to wander in the most scenic valley of Nepal, Gokyo Valley.         

Outline Itinerary

  • Day 01:Arriving In Kathmandu(1250m)
  • Day 02:Fly to Lukla at 2840m and trek to Phakding at 2610m (3 hours)
  • Day 03:Trek to Namche bazar - 3440m (3 hr)
  • Day 04:Rest at Namche for acclimatization
  • Day 05:Trek to Dole - 4200m. (5-6 hours)
  • Day 06:Trek to Machhermo - 4470m (6 hours)
  • Day 07:Trek to Gokyo - 4790m. (4 to 5 hours)
  • Day 08:Excursion to Gokyo Ri - 5360m. Machhermo (6-7 hours)
  • Day 09:Trek to Jorsale/Monjo - 2800m. (5-6 hr)
  • Day 10:Trek to Lukla (5 to 6 hours)
  • Day 11:Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu, trip ends.

Cost Includes

  • Airport / Hotel / Airport pick up & drop by private vehicle.
  • All your stander Meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek.
  • Tea House hotel accommodation during the trek.
  • A highly experienced, helpful and friendly government license holder Guide, his food,accommodation, salary, insurance, equipments, medicine.
  • Porter if needed.
  • Round Trip flight fare Kathmandu - Lukla
  • Kathmandu & domestic airport taxes in Kathmandu and Lukla airport for Group and crews.
  • National Park permits.
  • TIMS (trekkers’ information management System.)
  • All ground transportation.
  • All our government taxes.
  • Official expanse.

Cost Excludes

  • Your travel insurance. (Compulsory)
  • International air fare.
  • Nepal entry visa fee.
  • Items of a personal nature such as alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, laundry.
  • Personal trekking Equipments.
  • tips for guide and potter etc.

Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01Arriving In Kathmandu(1250m)Arrival in Kathmandu.Our Airport Representative will meet you at the TribhuwanInternational Airport. A drop to the Hotel by private tourist vehicle is arranged. You can either take a rest or meet us at our office and know the detail arrangement of the Trek. Overnight stay at the hotel.
  • Day 02Fly to Lukla at 2840m and trek to Phakding at 2610m (3 hours)After breakfast, the early flight to Lukla from Kathmandu airport is thirty minutes of breathtaking mountain views. From the Tenzing-Hillary Airport, we move on to meet the rest of the crew and make arrangements and final preparations. The hike to Phakding takes around three hours and passes the Chaurikharka village to follow the Dudhkoshi River, a short one to assist acclimatization. Overnight stay in a lodge.
  • Day 03Trek to Namche bazar - 3440m (3 hr)Today’s walk starts with pine forests and pasture lands with several suspension bridges to cross at various points of the DudhKoshi River. Upon reaching the confluence of Dudh Koshi and BhoteKoshi, the climb becomes steeper. After walking for about two hours, we get a viewpoint giving the first sight of Mount Everest. After passing Jorsale, we reach Namche Bazaar, the gateway to Everest and a trading center where we take rest for the day.
  • Day 04Rest at Namche for acclimatizationNamche Bazaar, the most significant settlement in the Khumbu region, is well facilitated with ATMs, Internet cafes, restaurants, bakeries, etc. Although it’s a rest day for acclimatization, we go for a short hike to a nearby viewpoint (Thame or Khunde) and take a tour of the place, including the Tourist Visitor Center, where information about Everest climbers, Sherpa people, and their culture and flora and fauna of the region are briefed.
  • Day 05Trek to Dole - 4200m. (5-6 hours)We start our walk early in the morning to get clear views of mountain ranges, including Everest, Lhotse, AmaDablam, and Thamserku. The trail takes a wavy path along which the luscious vegetation and animals such as musk deer, Himalayan Thar, pheasant, et cetera keep company. Passing Kayangjuma after a downhill, we reach the junction to EBC and Gokyo valley. From here, we climb to Mong La pass, where the sacredKhumbilais have a charming presence. Passing Mong La, Rhododendron forests and wildflowers get abundant animal life. Passing a few waterfalls and bridges, we reach the small village of Dole. Overnight stay.
  • Day 06Trek to Machhermo - 4470m (6 hours)After climbing a ridge, the trail moves through Lhabarma and to Luza where we pass summer settlements of the locals. Views of Kantega, Cho Oyu, and Thamserku stay with us as we walk along the trail. Passing small villages on the way, the scenic hillside walk leads continues with views of the deep Dudh Koshi valley. The five-hour walk ends at Machhermo, our stop for the day. A beautiful stream that originates from KyajoRi and PhariLapche runs through this village, where you can hear stories of the first sighting of Yeti.
  • Day 07Trek to Gokyo - 4790m. (4 to 5 hours)From Machhermo, the trail ascends to a Chorten through a ridge where views of Thamserku, Kangtega, and Cho-Oyu and the valleys below are magnificent. The valley slowly widens as the easy trail passes another Chorten and reaches Pangka. Descending to the river bank, we begin our steep climb to the moraine of Ngozamba Glacier. We pass through the mesmerizing natural beauty of the turquoise lakes Longpongo and TabocheTsho and reach a third lake, DudhPokhari, where the Gokyo village is situated. With the backdrop of Cho-Oyo, the beautiful and well-facilitated town and its outstanding periphery are our shelters after this adventurous day.
  • Day 08Excursion to Gokyo Ri - 5360m. Machhermo (6-7 hours)We start early today to GokyoRi (5360m), which lies above the village. The steep climb of about four hours to the top is quite strenuous yet rewards with one of the best views of Everest, Makalu, and Lhotse, among others. The fourth, fifth, and sixth lakes also lie along the way. We take a short walk to Machhermo, where we stay for the night in a teahouse.
  • Day 09Trek to Jorsale/Monjo - 2800m. (5-6 hr)We descended along the busy trail through rhododendron, fir, and juniper forests. After which, the climb is steep for about an hour. The walk further on to mungla is long and winding and passes traditional Sherpa villages of Khumjung. We also give a monastery that preserves the only Yeti Scalp and Khunde Hospital, which Sir Edmund Hillary Trust funds. We descend further to Monjo and stay overnight in a lodge.
  • Day 10Trek to Lukla (5 to 6 hours)The trek back to Lukla a pleasant except for some short climbs. After crossing the Bhote Koshi River a couple of times, the last 45 minutes to Lukla is an uphill climb. This marks the end of our trek. We spend a night in a lodge.
  • Day 11Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu, trip ends.An early morning flight from Lukla to Kathmandu. The taking off is a dramatic scene, just like the landing. The rest of the day can be used for sightseeing or relaxation and celebration.

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    Everest base camp helicopter Tour


    I trek in Nepal more than 3 times, this is my fourth trek after base camp. I had a group previously for the Everest base camp trek. this time I booked privately which is good. 10 days trek with lovely potter jeemi and guide biswo. It is a more peaceful trek than Everest base camp and views from Gokyo Ri are better than kalpather I found. Thank you mountain rock treks to organized such a lovely trek.

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    gokyo Lake trek


    I am fit and crazy with the Himalayas. I plan to visit Nepal and Dipak suggests I  can do goyo valley trek. I followed him, it was freezing cold winter but my guide Gopal was a professional and services-oriented guy. The view of frozen Gokyo lake and Mount Everest from Gokyo ri was unexpected. Definitely less crowded because of the off-season. Thank you Dipak and Gopal to arrange such a nice trip.

Trip Note

Above itinerary can be re-designed as per your interest & preferences. Let us know whether you would like some changes. You can also book Hotel In Kathmandu.