A somewhat longer variation of the exemplary Everest Base Camp trek taking in the turquoise Gokyo lakes and a rising of Gokyo Ri.
Two days after the energizing flight from Kathmandu, arriving at the mountain airstrip at Lukla, we touch base at the Sherpa capital, Namche Bazaar. Here we rest and adapt before trekking to Thyangboche Monastery. Our first November flight will go to the vivacious Mani Rimdu celebration held here.
Presently the genuine trek to Everest Base Camp starts, and from Lobuche we will right off the bat trek to Everest Base Camp itself before rising the rough outcrop of Kala Pattar, on the next day, 5,545m/18,192ft, to look down on the base camp of the world's most elevated pinnacle and into the acclaimed Western Cwm. Next comes the energizing intersection of the Cho La, 5,400m/17,700ft, that leads from Everest over to Gokyo. A rising of adjacent Gokyo Ri, 5,357m/17,575ft, gives more astounding perspectives of Everest and the wonderful turquoise Gokyo lakes.
We can do Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo Ri Trek amid Autumn (Sept. to November) and Spring (March to May) seasons. Amid this time the sky is clear and the perspectives are great. The climate is fit for trekking without rain. We can likewise appreciate rich vegetation on the lower locales of the trail especially amid the spring season.
Climate in the Everest area:
Trekking in the Everest area is conceivable consistently however the best circumstances to visit are from the earliest starting point of March to mid May and from the earliest starting point of September to mid November. The winters are extremely icy and summers are wet. April and early May is a decent time to see the trees blasting into sprout, with Rhododendrons, including a fabulous sprinkle of shading to the scene. The perspectives are essentially awesome after the mid year storms have cleared the environment of tidy.
High Altitude Warning:
Height disorder is a genuine worry in the Everest region that can influence even youthful and solid individuals. The main solution to high height disorder is to plunge, drop and slide. Cerebral pain is the most well-known side effect and there are different indications of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) for various individuals however incorporate weakness, dazedness, loss of hunger, queasiness or regurgitating, trouble in strolling and rattling breath.
We are particularly worried of your security and our aides know about such circumstances how they ought to be managed.
We have arranged Gokyo Lake trekking as medium-hard trek and are reasonable for energetic trekkers who have valor to stroll no less than 5-6 hours every day. You may even need to walk 6 to 7 hours or more on some days. Be that as it may, on the off chance that you have interests, great wellbeing with normal physical wellness and fearlessness, this trek can be finished effectively. Customary practicing and running for half a month before the trek is a smart thought to improve your quality and security. On the off chance that you have any past climbing knowledge, that would be a benefit.