Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Valley Trek
Everest Base Camp Gokyo Trek has an outstanding panorama view of the Himalayas. Additionally, it covers the authentic Sherpa culture and villages lifestyle which are in harmony with the Sagarmatha national park. Also, the trek is called the Cho La Pass Trek. It is one of the famous long lengths Everest high passes trek in the Khumbu area which equals 105 km.
In the beginning, Everest Base Camp Gokyo Trek starts from Lukla Hilary airport. The flight will head to Lukla which is 2.837 meters altitude. Secondly, we will trek 3 hours to Phagding. On the second day, we will trek to Namche Bazaar. It is a Sherpa indigenous ethnic small beautiful village rises 3,440 meters altitude. Afterwards, we will trek to Tengboche where the famous Guru Rimpoche monastery structure is. In addition, this trek shows the Tibetan style Gompa, the Tengboche monastery which opens at 3 pm for the Prayer time (puja). On the day after, we will trek to Pheriche. And finally, we will reach the Everest base camp. Then, we will trek back and pass by Kalapattar. On the 11th day, we will climb the Gokyo peak which equals 5,420 m. Afterwards, we will go to Dole and Khumjung. Last but not least, after reaching Phakding and then Lukla, we will fly back to Kathmandu.
The trail to Everest Base camp Gokyo Trek/Cho La pass is gradually up to a harder hiking trail. The Everest Base Camp is 5,450 meters above the sea levels while the Kala Patthar is 5,545 meters high. Moreover, the trekker never feels that they took enough pictures of the beautiful Himalayan and Everest view during the trek. So, get ready for one of a kind trek. Especially, when we reach Gokyo Valley. It has beautiful and clean blue colour water lakes. In addition, a charming peak that we will hike to see the beautiful sunrise.
Nepal wilderness trek will provide you with an experienced guide who was born in the Everest region. The guide speaks fluent English and well educated about emergencies so you are in good hands. Also, we will get for you the permits needed to enter the Everest Base Camp Gokyo Trek.