Renjo La Pass Gokyo Lake Trekking

Renjo La Pass Gokyo Lake Trekking

Renjo La Pass Gokyo Lake TrekkingThis trek lies at the border side of the Tibet and is a very remote area. Through the trails of Nangpala Trans Himalayan business happens in caravan style. People from Tibet walk all the way down to Namche to sell their home made stuffs and salt to trade. The most wonderful experience would be to explore this area during the end of monsoon season when flowers pop out in Nangpala, giving the trekkers the illusion that they are walking on textured carpet.

The strong fragrances of flowers refresh the mind and feels heavenly to camp there and have a very sweet sleep at night. The caravan-style business, it’s remoteness, the biggest glaciers in the whole of the Khumbu region and spectacular views of Mt. Everest and Mt. Cho Oyo are the spectacular features in this trek. The newly opened Renjo Pass crossing from Gokyo to Nangpala is a breathtakingly beautiful walk with mountains surrounding us.

Your trekking preparation:

This trek is considered as a non-technical trek and suitable for average people. If you are moderately fit and have a sense of adventure will enjoy this trek. The program is designed to acclimatize you gradually and not expected high altitude sickness. However you are requested to check your altitude fitness and the itinerary.

We suggest you to strengthen your knee muscles and prepare for several days of steep descents. Some physical fitness programs such as running, swimming, biking, aerobics is recommended, but mostly hiking on steep hills, or running up and down, steps are preferable. Please note that the following program is prepared in the fact basis however, things can be change in some circumstances but adjustments will have to make during the trekking. We request you to be flexible with the situation to enjoy yourself.

While the trek is designed for teahouse arrangement, our professional mountain guide and porters handle everything. The meal will be provided in the available restaurant en route and accommodations in the available lodges (with most of the days hot/cold shower) en route.

Day to Day Itinerary:

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu & Transfer to hotel

Day 02: Sight seeing in Kathmandu valley

Day 03: Kathmandu to Lukla (2800m), and trek to Phakding

Day 04: Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3440m.).

Day 05: Acclimatization at Namche Bazaar

Day 06: Trek to Trek to Phortse Drengka.

Day 07: Phortse tangka to Machherma.

Day 08: Macharmo to Gokyo (4790m).

Day 09: Go to Gokyo ri and free day in Gokyo.

Day 10: Gokyo – Renjo Pass (5345m) – Rermo Pokhari (4875m).

Day 11: Rermo Poharai to Thame (3800m).

Day 12: Thame to Namche.

Day 13: Namche to Lukla.

Day 14: Lukla – Kathmandu

The cost includes the following services:

All arrival, departure transfers as per the program by vehicle.

Everest conservation fee

Lodge trek with all meals and accommodation in tea house lodge

Service of one English-speaking trekking guide from Kathmandu and porter from Lukla

Accommodation, meals, insurance, equipments, and allowances of guide and porter

Airfare of guide including domestic airport tax

All applicable government taxes and service charges.

Cost does not include:

Accommodation, meals and and sightseeing tours in Kathmandu

Bottled drinks (mineral water, any clod drinks, and alcoholic drinks) while on trek

Your travel insurance

Airfare of USD232 per person for KTM/ Lukla / Kathmandu flight

International and domestic airport taxes

Sleeping bag and down jacket if necessary

Expenses of personal nature such as laundry, telephone, bar, tips, etc.

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