The trek from Lukla to Gokyo Lake offers an interesting contrasting option to the more customary Everest Base Camp trek and has the benefit of being less outstanding and in this manner a lesser-trekked trail than its more well known Khumbu partner. As further incentive, the mountain perspectives are apparently unrivaled on this side of the range. A greater amount of Mount Everest is obvious from Gokyo Ri than it is from Kala Phattar for instance (yet from a somewhat additionally remove) and there are radiant perspectives of the incredible Ngozumpa Glacier, the biggest ice sheet in the Nepali Himalaya.
Exciting mountain flight Kathmandu/Lukla.
Namche Bazaar passage of Mt. Everest
Sherpa culture and way of life in Khumjung
Peaceful Gokyo lake
Climbing Gokyo-Ri (5483m/17984ft)
Incredible perspective of Mt Everest, Mt Lhotse, Mt Makalu, Mt Cho Oyou and different mountains from Gokyo Ri
Trip to the fifth lake
Ngozumpa Glacier, the world’s greatest ice sheet.
The best circumstances to this Gokyo Lakes is either from March to May or from late September to late November. Like the exemplary Everest Base Camp trek, the pinnacle time frame is October and November, when climate is normally steady and perceivability amazing. In the prior, pre-rainstorm period from March to May, there is flawless spring development however conditions fluctuate marginally more.