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Everest Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo Ri Trek
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The shimmering, flawless blue and green waters of the Gokyo Lakes are one of Nepal's most critical sights. They involve the most astounding freshwater lake framework on the planet, at around 5,000 meters. The Gokyo Lakes trek is perfect for individuals who need to trek in the Everest locale, yet who need more assortment of perspectives and less evenings spent at high height.

A trek to the Gokyo Lakes is a simpler, less swarmed other option to an Everest Base Camp trek. The landscape is glorious and, from a high point above Gokyo, incorporates: Cho Oyu, a sensational perspective of the northwest face of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse and Makalu: five 8 000m crests at the turn of a head! The following is a broad perspective of the kilometer wide Ngozumpa Glacier and the ice fields from which it streams. After the short flight to Lukla, stroll for two days to Namche Bazaar – for a rest and acclimatization day. Stroll to Khumjung: to encounter the way of life, culture and convictions of the inviting Sherpa individuals.

Highlights

High elevation trek to Gokyo Ri (5,357 meters) simply over the Gokyo lakes(experience dawn from the highest point of the world)

Grand perspectives of more than 40 tops including four of the world's most astounding (those over 8000 meters): Mt Everest, Mt Cho yu, Mr Lohtse and Mr Makalu

Ngozumpa Glacier (the longest icy mass in the Himalayas at 36 kilometers) in transit

Goes through various Sherpa towns, including Namche Bazar the passage to Everest

Physical Fitness and experience

Gokyo Lake Trek is a direct which is fit for the individuals who can walk 5-6 hours ups and down in a day conveying own day pack. Some days are considerably longer with 7-8 hours of strolling. Gokyo Lake Trek is high height trek which requests more physical fitness,however on the off chance that you are firmly decided and have fantastic wellbeing and normal physical wellness can finish this trek. Barely any weeks preceding the trek, improving .

About Lukla Flight

It is exceptionally hard to anticipate the climate in mountain. On account of terrible climate, the flight between Kathmandu to Lukla might be deferred or wiped out for a day or more. Because of the climate changes in Himalaya, we can face such issue even in great season. So we might want to ask for you to include few days additional in Kathmandu. On the off chance that you finish your excursion easily, at that point you can make the most of your chance with different exercises like touring, White water boating. Wilderness exercises or more.

In the event that your flight is wiped out in Kathmandu then we will rebook the flight for the following day. There might be an alternative to utilize private helicopter paying extra from $300 to $500 We may likewise have the capacity to give a choice to a secretly sanctioned helicopter. At the point when flight is crossed out , we will organize you an inn however nourishment and settlement is not cover in the bundle. Same process will be connected if the flight crossed out or deferred in Lukla.

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