Gokyo and Everest Base Camp Trek - 18 Days

Gokyo and Everest Base Camp Trek takes you to Gokyo Ri, the most favorable viewpoint in the world to see 8,000 m peaks, such as Everest, Cho–Oyu, Makalu, and Lhotse. If Everest has topped the list of the highest mountain of the world then Lhotse stands as the fourth highest mountain of the world. Gokyo Ri, a viewpoint, is natural and is made for the trekkers who are engrossed in seeing the most satisfying view of 8000 m peaks. They will see the peaks in a way they have imagined, planned, and organized with their trekking minds in their countries. In addition to this, they will also trek by and see beautiful Gokyo Lake, which captures their minds with its ripples and bluish water and thus creates a lasting impression on them. Here, they would love to take a break, as well as, they would love to photograph this lake many times.

Indeed, Gokyo and Everest Base Camp Trek has absolute points; at the beginning of the trek, there is a scenic mountain flight across the Himalayan Ranges. You can notice this even on the satellite picture, and you follow the trekking trail that passes through the glaciated milky river, known as the ‘Dudh Koshi.’ in Nepali. The trekking trail also runs by this river, crosses it, traverse the suspension bridges, and passes through Namche Bazaar. This is the largest Sherpa village of Nepal and is dotted with restaurants, hotels, guesthouses, internet cafes, and banks, It is also centered with the Sherpa cultures and heritages.

From Namche, you head off to the Gokyo Valley, the most beautiful valley of the Everest region. You will also reach the ridge, which offers the excellent view of the Kantega Valley. This trek also includes the largest glacier of the Himalayas, called Ngozumpa and the challenging pass called Cho La Pass, and the most accessible viewpoint to see Mt. Everest in the world, called Kalapathar. From this viewpoint, you will also see the stunning view of Nuptse, Pumori, Chagatse, and Lhotse mountains.