Gokyo Lake Trek

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The Gokyo Lake and Gokyo Ri Trek is a magnificent journey to the appealing Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo Ri. The Gokyo Lake Trek is the greatest alternative to the traditional Everest Base Camp Trek. It offers a breathtaking view of Everest and overnight accommodations in Namche Bazaar, widely known as the Khumbu region’s gateway.

The Gokyo Lake trail is not as busy as the Everest Base Camp trek trail but it rewards the trekkers with an insight into the local lifestyle, breathtaking views of the snow-capped mountains, and course the dazzling turquoise waters of Gokyo Lakes themselves.

Gokyo Lakes are a collection of six bodies of lakes that are located in the Gokyo Valley. These lakes are the world’s highest freshwater lake system. Due to this reason, they have been assigned as a Ramsar site and are sacred pilgrims to both Hindus and Buddhists.

Gokyo Lake Trek Overview

The Gokyo Lake Trek starts from Lukla town, after taking a short, but interesting flight from Kathmandu. We then follow the Dudh Koshi River towards Namche, passing through the cultural village and serene alpine woodland. After Namche, we branch off from the main trail towards the sleepy villages of Phortse Thanga, Dole, and Machhermo. The high slope spurs to the north and south, partially shielding the Machhermo settlement from the wind.

From Machhermo the landscape dramatically changes, to broad pastures, narrow clefts, steeply climbing trails, streams to cross, and wastes. Then comes the third lake Dudh Pokhari, which reflects the white face of Cho-Oyu, the sixth-highest mountain in the world.

Ahead we can see our final destination Gokyo Lake. From the summit of Gokyo Ri, you can absorb the once-in-a-lifetime view of the Himalayas. It includes Mt.Everest (8,848 m), Lhotse (8,516 m), Nuptse (7,855 m), Mt.Cho-Oyu (8,201 m). Amadablam (6,812 m), Kangtega (6,782 m), Thamserku (6,623 m), Kwangde (6,011 m), Kusum Kanguru (6,373 m) can also be observed. Likewise, we may observe the Holy peak Khumbi-la (5,761 m), and the 5” highest Mt.Makalu (8,463 m).

From here you can also see the Largest Glacier in Nepal named Ngozumpa. Apart from this, you can also view the tremendous ice ridge between Cho-Oyu and Gyachung Kung (7,922 m). It is one of the most dramatic panoramic views of the Gokyo Lake Trek. From the Gokyo Ri, the trek continues. It leads into beautiful alpine woodland, to Tengboche Monastery surrounded by mountain peaks, including, Mt.Everest and the majestic Mt.Amadablam. Finally, this memorable trek concludes back at the town of Lukla, with the flight back to Kathmandu.

Note :

The hotel is a 2-3 star hotel that may be adapted to meet the needs of the visitors. Furthermore, we can update and modify the itinerary which is a fundamental framework of a trek on demand.

  • Trip Starts: Kathmandu-Kathmandu
  • Trip Grade: Strenuous
  • Transportation: Plane
  • Trip Duration: 14 Days
  • Trip Activity: Trekking
  • Trekking Guide: Available (Male)
  • Group Size:2 - 20 pax
  • Fixed Departures: Yes
  • Min Age: 12 years or above
  • Security: 100% Guaranteed!
  • Customized Trip Route: Available
  • Best Season: Basanta Ritu (Spring),Sharad Ritu (Autumn)

Gokyo Lake Trek Itinerary

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As you land at Tribhuvan International Airport, a friendly face from our team will be there to welcome you. You’ll be smoothly transferred to your hotel in a private vehicle. Once you’ve checked in, feel free to relax and unwind at the hotel.

If you have any questions or need assistance, our team is here to help make your arrival comfortable.

You’ll spend the night in Kathmandu.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Hotel
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast

Today is a day for you to take a break. You can relax at the hotel or venture out to explore the Kathmandu Valley. If you’re interested in sightseeing, feel free to ask your guide for assistance. After your exploration, you’ll return to the hotel where your guide will provide a briefing about the upcoming journey and help you organize the necessary equipment for the trek.

You’ll spend the night in Kathmandu.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Hotel
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast

After enjoying breakfast, we’ll embark on an early morning flight to Lukla, situated at an elevation of 2,860 meters. Lukla is a bustling town with various shops and lodges that cater to trekkers’ needs. This flight marks the beginning of our journey to Everest Base Camp.

As we land, we’ll pass through a gateway adorned with a painted message. The trail predominantly descends, offering stunning views of Kusum Kanguru Peak from the Thulo Khola suspension bridge. The path leads downhill to the Sherpa village of Cheplung and then along the Dudh Koshi River before ascending to the village of Ghat (2,530 m). From Ghat, the trail gently climbs towards Phakding. After an hour’s walk from Ghat, we reach our destination, Phakding.

Overnight at a local teahouse in Phakding.

  • driving-icon Driving Hours: 30 m.
  • duration-icon Treks Duration:3-4 hour's
  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

After an early morning breakfast, we resume our trek toward Namche Bazaar, often referred to as the Gateway to the Khumbu region. The trail ascends through a picturesque landscape of Rhododendron and blue pine forests along the western banks of the Dudh Koshi River, leading us to the village of Benkar. As we continue, we cross the eastern banks of the Dudh Koshi beside a large rock adorned with Buddhist prayers—an iconic Mani Wall.

Within twenty minutes, we reach Chumao village, then proceed past Monjo and Jorsale, the entrance to Sagarmatha National Park, and the permit checkpoint. Enjoy tranquil views of Thamserku (6,618 m) along the trail. Continuing along the riverbed, we reach the confluence of the Bhote and Dudh Koshi Rivers. The path gradually ascends, leading to the famous Tenzing-Hillary suspension bridge, offering breathtaking views of Everest and the Nuptse-Lhotse ridge.

After a gentle uphill walk of approximately 3 hours, we finally arrive at the renowned Namche Bazaar.

Overnight at a local teahouse in Namche Bazaar.

  • duration-icon Treks Duration:5-6 Hour's
  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

After the challenging ascent from the river to Namche that takes about 3-4 hours, it’s essential to allow our bodies to acclimatize to the elevation of 3,440 meters. Spending an extra night in the village of Namche is recommended for acclimatization. During this rest day, we’ll embark on an excursion to the Everest Viewpoint Hotel and the Edmund Hillary School in Khumjung.

Overnight at a local teahouse in Namche Bazaar.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

The trail from Namche Bazaar is marked by chortens, and soon, the twin peaks of Thamserku rise in the east. The legend of the Yeti persists in this region, with a Yeti scalp preserved in the red-walled gompa of Khumjung. As we continue, we descend to reach Khumbila, marked by a large chorten atop the ridge. Khumbila (5,761 m) is considered the abode of the patron god of the Khumbu region, near the settlement believed to be the birthplace of the lama who introduced Buddhism to the area.

The trek descends from Phortse Thenga along the Dudh Koshi’s bank. Passing through rhododendrons and birch forests, Cho Oyu becomes visible through the blooms before arriving at Dole.

Overnight at a local teahouse in Dole.

  • duration-icon Treks Duration:5-6 Hour's
  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Starting from Dole, you climb steadily along the valley’s side, where small thorny bushes gradually transition to scrub juniper with the increasing altitude. The trail passes numerous summer settlements. Looking ahead, you’ll be treated to majestic views of Cho Oyu, while behind you, the peaks of Kantega and Thamserku adorn the landscape. This is a relatively short day, and you’ll reach Machhermo in time for lunch. Machhermo is the final settlement before Gokyo, featuring an HRA aid post for those affected by Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS).

Overnight at a local teahouse in Machhermo.

  • duration-icon Treks Duration:4-5 Hour's
  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Today marks a significant day in our adventure as we head towards the renowned Gokyo Lakes, home to several stunning high-altitude lakes that also serve as the source of the Dudh Koshi River. The trail provides breathtaking views of the valley below, with Kangtega and Thamserku mountains dominating the scenery. As we ascend, the view of Cho Oyu Mountain becomes increasingly close and majestic. Keep an eye out for Himalayan snow pheasants and other high-altitude birds.

Be cautious of icy patches along the trail, and be mindful of the surroundings. The route takes us through Phang, where an avalanche claimed the lives of about 40 people in 1995. Following a trail along a small stream, we will encounter the first of the numerous Gokyo Lakes, followed by the second, and, finally, the main Gokyo Lake. Surrounded by a 360-degree panorama of the Himalayas, this is an ideal spot to spend the night.

Overnight at a local teahouse by Gokyo Lake.

  • duration-icon Treks Duration:4-5 Hour's
  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

We dedicate another day in Gokyo to help our bodies acclimatize to the high altitude. If the weather permits, we embark on a climb to Gokyo Ri. Standing atop Gokyo Ri, we are treated to a spectacular view of the Himalayan panorama and the serene Gokyo lakes. For those interested, we can also venture to explore the fourth and fifth Gokyo lakes.

The fourth lake, situated about 3 km north of Gokyo, is surrounded by towering cliffs and majestic Himalayan peaks. Continuing a bit further, we reach the fifth lake. Ascending a nearby hill offers us breathtaking views of Cho-Oyu, Gyachung Kang, Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Makalu. This vantage point is aptly named Scoundrel’s Viewpoint. From the northern part of the fifth lake, we catch glimpses of the Cho Oyu base camp and the Ngozumpa Glacier, the largest glacier in the world. We then make our way back to Gokyo.

Overnight at a local teahouse by Gokyo Lake.

  • duration-icon Treks Duration:3-4 Hour's
  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

We start our descent, following a trail alongside the Dudh Koshi River and passing by the first Gokyo lakes. Along the way, we are treated to picturesque views of the Cholatse and Taboche peaks. Our path descends for a while before ascending a hill. Reaching the chorten at the edge, we are rewarded with breathtaking vistas of Thamserku, Cho Oyu, and Kangtega mountains. As we continue, we pass through the villages of Machhermo, Luza, and Lhafarma before reaching our destination, Dole.

Overnight at a local teahouse in Dole.

  • duration-icon Treks Duration:7-8 Hour's
  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

The trek from Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo Ri descends today as we turn back with Cho Oyu in our sights. On our way down, we delight in the sight of magnificent waterfalls and the vibrant Himalayan flora, including blooming rhododendron trees during the spring season. Descending through the valley, we are treated to dual perspectives, allowing us to admire the snow-capped peaks of Amadablam, Tawache, Thamserku, and others. From Mongla, we also catch a distant view of Tengboche. Continuing our journey, we descend to Sansa, connecting to the main Everest trail that leads us to Namche Bazaar. Upon reaching Namche Bazaar, we take a well-deserved rest, enjoy a refreshing shower at the hotel, and unwind during our overnight stay at a quality hotel in Namche.

Overnight at a hotel in Namche Bazaar.

  • duration-icon Treks Duration:6-7 Hour's
  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Today is a day of walking, marking the final farewell to the majestic mountains and Sherpa villages. From Namche, we will trek through Phakding until we reach Lukla. Along the way, you’ll cross suspension bridges over the Dudh Koshi River and its tributaries, passing through rhododendron-filled landscapes and lush green pine forests. Take a moment to bid farewell to your porter, expressing your gratitude with any gesture you wish.

Overnight at a local teahouse in Lukla.

  • duration-icon Treks Duration:7- 8 Hour's
  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Today, we’ll embark on a return flight from Lukla to Kathmandu. During the journey, you’ll bid a fond farewell to the breathtaking views of the Himalayan range, from the eastern to the central part and extending to the Langtang Himalayan range.

Upon arriving at the domestic terminal in Kathmandu, you’ll be promptly taken back to your hotel. Take some time to rest. In the evening, we’ll gather for a farewell dinner, including a feedback session to share your experiences and thoughts on the trek.

Overnight in Kathmandu.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Hotel
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast

Today marks the end of our 14-day journey. Our team will ensure you are dropped off at the airport with ample time, at least three hours before your scheduled departure. As you bid farewell to Nepal, we hope the memories of your adventure linger, and you carry back the spirit of the Himalayas with you. Safe travels!

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Hotel
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast

Gokyo Lake Trek Cost & Date 2024 & 2025

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Gokyo Lake Trek Includes/Exclude

Cost Include

  • Emergency mountain medical rescue (provided by your insurance company please buy it in your country
  • International air fare your home Country to Nepal.
  • Nepal Entry Visa fees.
  • Insurance which covers, medical, emergency evacuation, lost, theft expenses.
  • Emergency mountain medical rescue (provided by your insurance company please buy it in your country you can’t buy it in Nepal).
  • Meals while not on the trek.
  • Personal Porter Personal expenses such as snacks, all drink, Wi-Fi, hot shower, gear, laundry, phone calls, etc.
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu in case of early arrival, late departure, and early return from the mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
  • Personal gear and expenses.
  • Tips for the guide and porter.

Cost Exclude

  • Travel insurance: Travel Insurance covers emergency Rescue and Evacuation. (you can buy it in your country you can’t buy it in Nepal)
  • Nepal entry visa: You can obtain a visa easily upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu.
  • Tourist Visa with Multiple entries for 30 days: This VISA can be obtained by paying US $ 40 or equivalent foreign currency.
Note:  

Hint: Tips for the guide and porter (tips are not compulsory but this is your satisfaction with them if you are really happy with them service of them you can give as respect as tips)

Gokyo Lake Trek Information

Physical Level and Preparation

Trekking to the Gokyo Lake is an arduous adventure that culminates at one of the planet’s most renowned destinations. Physical preparation is crucial to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience. This trek requires a moderate to high level of fitness because you will be walking for several hours every day and going to high altitudes.

Preparation Tips:

  • Cardiovascular Fitness: Engage in regular aerobic exercise, such as jogging, cycling, and trekking, to build endurance.
  • Strength Training: To take on the difficult terrain, build strength in your legs, core, and upper body.
  • Altitude Acclimatization: Make sure your acclimatization strategy includes rest days to avoid altitude sickness.
  • Pack Light: Make sure you are carrying the lightest possible backpack. Just bring what you’ll need.
  • Mental Preparedness: Get yourself mentally ready for the challenging road. It’s a mental struggle in addition to a physical one.

Group Size

Typically, groups of two to twenty people journey to the Gokyo Lake walk, accompanied by a team of local staff members and guided by a professional guide. Due to the small, regulated group size, hikers may form stronger bonds and have more personalized experiences.

Accommodation

  • Simple teahouses to luxurious hotels are available for lodging during the hiking trail, depending on your preferences and what’s available along the way. Here is a list of popular places to stay:
  • Teahouses: These are basic, family-run lodges that provide a bed, basic meals, and a comfortable environment.
  • Lodges: There are villages along the route with lodges that provide extra amenities like hot showers and adjacent restrooms.

Luggage

When trekking, it is important to pack light. Bring only a small daypack with the essentials (water, snacks, layers, camera), as your main gear will be carried between lodges by a porter or yak.

Spirit of Travel

It is more important to enjoy the experience and the journey on the Gokyo Lake Trek. You will witness Sherpa culture, take in breathtaking views, and form lifelong connections with other hikers along the route. This adventure tests your physical limits, lifts your soul, and never fails to amaze and inspire you with the beauty and tenacity of the natural world.

The Gokyo Lake Trek’s cost might vary depending on several factors, including the time of year you hike, how long the trek is, the services you choose, and whether you go alone or with a guide. The following is a typical breakdown of trek costs:

  • Guided trek: A guided trip will typically cost you money for permits, accommodation, food, lifts to Lukla, a guide, and maybe a porter. It is recommended that you trek with a guide for your convenience and protection. The average cost of a guided hike may range from $1,200 to $2,000 per person.
  • Independent trek: Traveling alone will typically be less expensive, but you will need to arrange your own housing, meals, permits, and transportation. Hikers on a strict budget can complete the journey for between $900 and $1,200, without including equipment and permits.
  • Peak season vs Off season: Due to increased demand, trekking during the busiest seasons—spring and autumn—tends to be more costly. Winter and monsoon, which are off-peak seasons, have more favorable weather but also cost less.

Cancellation Fees:

Before beginning the Gokyo Lake Trek, it’s crucial to be aware of any potential cancellation fees in case your plans change. Before booking a reservation, it’s critical to read and understand the tour operator’s cancellation policy because different operators may have different fees. In general, the closer your departure date is, the higher the cancellation fees may be. Consider purchasing cancellation coverage when purchasing travel insurance to reduce potential losses.

 

Tips

  • Pack Light: You can avoid paying porter costs by packing lightly. Bring only clothing and necessities.
  • Local Currency: For modest purchases along the trail, bringing small quantities of Nepalese Rupees is advised. There are ATMs in larger towns like Namche Bazaar.
  • Split Costs: To cut down on individual spending, if you’re traveling in a group, think about splitting the cost of lodging, food, and guides.

What Justifies Getting Insurance?

  • When planning an adventurous excursion, like a hike to the Gokyo Lake trek, you absolutely must get insurance. Though it could seem like an additional expense, it offers invaluable comfort and security. Here are some compelling reasons to consider purchasing insurance for your hike:
  • Emergency Medical Coverage: There are risks associated with trekking to high elevations, such as altitude sickness and injuries, such as being at the Everest Three High Pass trek. Emergency medical costs are covered by travel insurance, including, if needed, helicopter evacuation.
  • Lost or Stolen Property: Personal property can be stolen or lost anywhere, including when hiking. The expense of replacing misplaced or stolen goods, such as equipment, electronics, or passports, may be covered by insurance.
  • Emergency Evacuation: You might need to be flown by helicopter to a medical center in the event of a serious illness or injury. Although these evacuations can be expensive, travel insurance frequently pays for them.
  • Search and Rescue: Insurance may be able to assist with the costs associated with conducting a search and rescue operation in certain, uncommon circumstances.

 

Trekking to Gokyo Lake Trek is an exciting adventure that passes through diverse terrain and unpredictable weather. Having the appropriate equipment is crucial to ensuring your enjoyment, safety, and comfort during the trip. The following is a complete list of the tools you’ll need:

Small Personal Equipment

  • Backpack: A cozy, well-fitting backpack (30–40 liters) to hold water, snacks, additional clothing, and personal goods, among other everyday necessities.
  • Trekking Boots: Well-made, waterproof, cozy boots that provide supportive ankles.
  • Hiking Socks: Warm, moisture-wicking socks that keep your feet dry and blister-free.
  • Headlamp: For usage at night and in lodges with low lighting, a headlamp with additional batteries.

 

Personal Pharmacy

  • Prescription Drugs: Please include a copy of your prescription for any prescription drugs you may require.
  • Painkillers: Over-the-counter analgesics such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen.
  • Antibiotics: Wide-spectrum drugs to treat common ailments.
  • Medication to prevent diarrhea: Imodium or a comparable drug.
  • First Aid Kit: Contains tweezers, gauze pads, adhesive tape, and antiseptic wipes.
  • Personal Prescriptions: Any other prescription drugs you may need.

 

Trekking Gear and Clothing

  • Base Layers: Breathable, moisture-wicking base layers for insulation and control of moisture.
  • Insulation: For lower temperatures, a cozy fleece or down jacket.
  • Outer Layer: A windproof, waterproof jacket with a hood to ward off the weather.
  • Trekking Pants: Versatile trekking pants with zip-off legs that are lightweight and quick to dry.
  • Gloves: For cold weather, mittens or gloves with insulation.
  • Hat: For protection from the heat, wear a sun hat or a thick beanie in chilly weather.

Passport

Validity of Passport: Make sure your passport is good for at least six months after the day you intend to leave Nepal. It is a good idea to keep photocopies of your passport and visa separate from the actual documents.

Nepal visa: Most tourists to Nepal require a valid visa in order to enter the country. You can get a visa at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu or other border crossings. The Nepalese Embassy or Consulate in your home country can provide you with the most up-to-date information as visa rules and costs are subject to change..

 

Medications

  • Altitude Sickness Medications: To help prevent or treat altitude sickness, speak with a healthcare provider about drugs like Diamox (acetazolamide). It’s critical to talk about the right dosage and any possible negative effects.
  • Personal Prescriptions: Make sure you always have a sufficient amount of prescription medications on hand, as well as a copy of the prescription.
  • First Aid Kit: Always keep a simple first aid kit on you that includes bandages, antiseptic wipes, painkillers, and any prescription drugs you might require.
  • Water Purification: To guarantee that you have safe drinking water during the walk, bring tablets or portable water filtration equipment.

Trekking to Gokyo Lake gives you the chance to take in the breathtaking beauty of Nepal. Nepal is renowned for its majestic Himalayan peaks, kind people, and rich cultural heritage. This is a country guide that covers laws, customs, environment, wildlife, safety measures, and other relevant information for your hike:

 

Usages & Customs

Honor Local Culture: Nepal is a multicultural country where Hindu and Buddhist traditions coexist. It’s important to honor local customs, which include wearing modestly and removing your shoes before entering buildings such as residences or temples.

Namaste: In Nepal, it’s usual to greet someone with a polite “Namaste” and a small bow. Acquire a few fundamental phrases in Nepali to improve your communication with people there.

 

Regarding Your Strolls:

Trekking Licenses: Verify that you have the necessary trekking permits—the Sagarmatha National Park Permit and the TIMS card are crucial for the Everest Base Camp journey.

Teahouse Lodging: There are teahouses along the walk that offer lodging and meals. It is common to order food from your lodging establishment, as many establishments rely on hikers for their income.

Fauna and Flora

Biodiversity: A wide range of fauna, such as snow leopards, red pandas, Himalayan tahr, and other bird species, can be found in the Everest region. Respecting the surrounding ecosystem and fauna is crucial when going on a journey.

 

Environmental Situation:

Leave No Trace: Reduce your influence on the environment by adhering to the principles of Leave No Trace. This includes eliminating single-use plastics and properly disposing of rubbish.

Local Initiatives: To improve the sustainability of the area, and support neighborhood environmental and conservation efforts.

Minimize Our Carbon Footprint

Hikers are advised to use reusable water bottles and to avoid single-use plastics.

We advocate for hiking with as little fuel as possible and staying at energy-efficient accommodations.

We recommend taking public transit whenever possible as an environmentally responsible mode of transportation.

 

Preserve Wildlife:

We strongly emphasize the conservation of wildlife and forbid disturbing or endangering it while on the walk.

Our contribution to local conservation efforts keeps the biodiversity of the area intact.

 

The Commandments of Responsible Travel:

Before the trip

Respect and Research: Find out as much as you can about the local environment, traditions, and culture. Recognize and honor regional customs as a sign of respect for the culture.

Pick Ethical Operators: Make sure that the hotels, tour companies, and other services you choose are firmly committed to sustainable tourism and ethical travel.

Pack With Thought: Only bring what you need and pack light. Reduce waste by staying away from disposable items and single-use plastics.

 

During the trip

Respect Local Culture: Ask for permission before taking photos, dress modestly, and strike up a courteous conversation with the locals when you visit places of worship or cultural significance.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Utilize reusable things and recycle as much as you can to reduce waste. Empty rubbish into the appropriate bins.

Energy and Resource Conservation: When not in use, turn off the lights, heaters, and air conditioners to conserve resources. Take shorter showers and use less water.

 

After the trip

Exchange Knowledge: Share your knowledge about and experiences with responsible travel with others to promote moral behavior when traveling.

Think and Learn: After your journey, think back on how you can make your future travels more responsible.

Positive and constructive criticism regarding tour operators’ and lodgings’ efforts at responsible tourism should be directed towards them.

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Gokyo Lake Trek Reviews

5.0 Based on 3 Reviews
Edmund Lim

Truly amazing trek I ever had

I have an amazing trip with adventure white himalaya trek, very responsible boss Mr Ganesh and super portal/guide Mr Keshab. I truly appreciate for all the good taken care of. They are very experienced and professional, not to worry even you come alone. Adventure white is always your choice

Adri Jacobs (South Africa)

You made my dream come true: EBC and 3 Passes

After summiting Kilimanjaro, I was looking for my next adventure. Thank you Adventure White Himalaya Treks, owner Ganesh and Guide, Keshab for a dream and bucket list item come true. From the communication prior to the Trek back in South Africa, to fetching me at the airport and transporting me to a great hotel . Superb and persistent service……and then of to Lukla Airport for the start of a 2 week journey. I did the Everest Base Camp and the 3 Passes.
I am typing this review on my Hotelbed back in Kathmandu with a huge smile and great satisfaction. A dream come true.
The whole journey was well planned and executed to perfection. This team is super professional.
Ganesh for leading this company and Keshab, my guide, was absolutely finominal.
I could not have asked for a better Team than Adventure White Himalaya Treks.
I give them a 10 out of 10 and would recommend them to any one or group interested trekking in the Himalayas to make your dream come true.

Dherei Dherei Dhanya Bhat to the team of Adventure White Himalaya Treks in Katmandu.

Now I can fly back home with an unforgettable experience.

Chai HH

Very Good Trekking Experience with Adventure White Himalaya

Did Annapurna Base Camp Trek via PoonHill with Adventure White Himalaya. Overall good experiences with Aventure White Himalaya, Ganesh and Raj are accommodating our requests throughout the duration. Though there are some miscommunication along the ways, they are able to solve it professionally. Good job!!

Sherman

Mardi Himal Trek

Excellent team, very good , always helping….never in real danger while on trek. Highly recommend for all hikers and first timers…for a first timer like me…it’s was very difficult to hike but thanks to the team I manage reach the view point. The guide provided so many advise during the hike which make it easier for me… everything from accommodation to food was taken care of.

Adrian N.

Mardi Himal Hiking Trek

The best hiking agency ever. Very friendly guide, porter and manager. Thank you for everything!! Mardi Himal Trek was amazing toooo… The view from the view point was stunning.

Anna

Annapurna circuit trek with Adventure White Himalaya Treks: Greatest Experience

Adventure White Himalaya Trek in one word is superb ! Upfront communication with Ganesh was very efficient and the trek went very well. Mr Ganesh receive me at the airport took me safe at the hotel at midnight. The day next we started the trek, our guide Bhoj Raj was a star. He was trustworthy, reliable and always smiling with a great sense of humors.
They all were excellent and was perfect in organizing any sort of tour in a perfect way. I can wholeheartedly recommend them, the Adventure White Himalaya Treks. Thank you !

rtcmore (Frisco, CO)

Amazing life experience!

Trekking for 4 days in a rhododendron forest, waking up to fresh snow and the sunrise at Poon Hill, amazing adventure!!!! I will go back, I will most definitely contact Ganesh to schedule another adventure in the Nepal. He is a hard worker with great knowledge of the area.

Atikah

Excellent Service

We dealt with Ganesh before the trip and are very happy with the service provided. Everything was as promised.

Our guide, Hari, did an excellent job in planning our whole journey and improvising wherever he saw fit. He also was very in tuned with our fitness level and we didn’t feel that we were pushed beyond our capabilities.

Our porter, Gopi, was also very helpful especially in keeping our spirits up during the whole journey.

All in all I would highly recommend Adventure White Himalaya Treks Pvt Ltd to anyone who is going trekking in Nepal.

mytriman (Singapore)

Delicated Trip Guide

This trip – Annapurna Base Camp is one of the most remembered trip I had with amazing experience with both the mountain and good dedicated guide and porters.

_Ling_ (Singapore)

Trekking

We had a fabulous time trekking at ABC. Our guide Jiban and his team was knowledgeable, pleasant – not only did we all have fun, they also took great care of us and made sure we all had a good time! Our group was also blessed with good weather at the right time throughout the trip

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