Renjo la pass
Renjo la pass trek is one of the adventures remoteness alternative Trek of Everest base camp. It is north of Namche Bazaar which discovery magnifications Panorama Himalayas View and also the view of Nangpa-La pass, which is the trail to Tibet. That is the trails, Tibetan trade crosses the pass and to come to Namche Bazaar for their pieces of stuff.
The Everest Renjo la pass trek offers a thrilling experience real adventure treks for trekkers, Renjo la pass trek is also very popular passes those who doing three passes trek of Khumbu region. There are many trekking routes to crossing Gokyo Lake and Everest Base Camp of the famous trekking destination.
The Everest Renjo la pass trek is difficulty Passage, climbing high altitude sections quickly after Namche, Renjo la is 5,435 m. High above the sea level. The scenery is equally best panorama Himalayas Dramatically Views, on rooftops of Gokyo glinting closely seen blue sky color shine of the Gokyo lakes, beneath the grey shine of the most prominent Ngozummpa Glacier and the adage fang peaks of Everest, Lhotse, Cholatse, and Tawache.
Gokyo Lake and Gokyo peak are the last goals of the 12 days Everest Renjo la pass trek, explores the Gokyo valley, climbing the Gokyo Peak which is main goals to the summit for magnifications views, after Gokyo lakes back to the dole, Namche, Lukla and flies back to Kathmandu.
Renjo la pass trek starts flying to Lukla and following gorgeous Dudh Koshi River and reach Namche Bazaar, a day rest for acclimatization in Namche and heading up to the Renjo La pass via Thame. This route is less touristy compared to the Tengboche side and also basic accommodation in Lungden.
Our full board package trip of Renjola pass itinerary is 12 days arrival to departure in totaling, cost includes the hotel in Kathmandu, both way flight tickets, experienced guide, and porters, well equipment and insurance for the staff, lodge accommodations during the trip, 3-time meals, tea and coffee, national park fee and TIMs permits, etc.
By Reece M Reviewed yesterday.
Landed in KTM without anything booked. Visited a few agencies, based on reviews, and Himal instilled the most confidence in us (The other agencies didn’t feel as trustworthy in comparison). He was friendly, helpful, and kind, and was able to organise us a porter-guide from Lukla-Gokyo-Renjo La Pass.
Dhan Raj (the porter guide) was awesome. Great spirits every day, attentive, friendly.. He didn’t have the same level of English speaking as some of the full guides we met on the trail, but we knew that before booking (Porter-guides are still in training, so it would be foolish to expect them to speak fluent English)…more »