Gokyo Trek – 12 Days

This trek includes the visits to Namche and Tengpoche and adds an incredible hike to Gokyo lake. This trek gives you plenty of beautiful views of Everest and other nearby giants. The Gokyo lake area is surrounded by mountainous valleys, alpine lakes, and numerous glaciers. 

This trek is less crowded than others in the Everest region and takes 12 14days to complete including travel to and from Kathmandu. This moderate to difficult trek reaches a high of 5000 meters. 
Itinerary outline:
Day 01 Depart Kathmandu via air, for Lukla (8800ft) and a short trek (2-3 hours) to Phakding at 8,661 feet. The flight into Lukla is similar to the Everest View flight for views and beauty.
Day 02 The trail climbs gradually following the river and enters the Everest National Park at Jorsale, then crosses the river and climbs Steeply to Namche (11,100 feet). (4-6 hours).
Day 03 Namche/ Rest day or day hide possible. Namche is capital of the Khumbu district and offers many ways to spend a day.
Day 04 Tengboche. We Climb the ridge above Namche and descend to the Dudh Koshi Riover before climbing again to Tengboche Monastery (12664 feet). (4-6 hours). Devoche is slightly further (20minutes) a charming village.
Day 05 Tengbuche (3680metees) to Dole (4000meters)/ 5 hr to 6 hr.
Day 06 Dole to Machhermo (4470 meters)/ 5-6 hr.
Day 07 Gokyo (4790 meters)/ 5-6 hr
Day 08 Gokyo/ Hiking
Day 09 Machhermo
Day 10 Dole
Day 11 Namche or further on.
Day 12 Return to Luka
Day 13 Fly to Kathmandu by noon
• Daily itinerary as described, 
• all inclusive camping or lodge trek with English speaking guide and porters, 
• all meals on trek, 
• all fees and land transportation 
• Flights (Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu). 
Not Included: 
• Bottled beverages, 
• tips, 
• items of a personal nature, 
• delay due to weather, 
• equipment failure or situations beyond our control. 

Please suggest with your comments, thanks Anu Treks International P. Ltd.

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