For All Points-Of-The-View.
The Gokyo Lakes lies at the leader of the Dudh Kosi Valley and gives an astounding contrasting option to the exemplary Everest Base Camp trek. The trek is particularly great on the off chance that you have somewhat more time staring you in the face as it takes in every one of the highlights of the exemplary Everest trek with the special reward of seeing the lovely Gokyo Lakes!
The trek itself is significantly more quiet than the EBC trek as there are a great deal less trekkers on the course. Another special reward of the trek is that it is a round trek in which there is no backtracking like you find on the great EBC trek.
The highlight of this trek is the climb of Gokyo Ri. Remaining at more than 5000m, the perspectives from the summit are essentially amazing. The pinnacles of Everest, Lhotse, Makalu and Cho Oyu can be seen! The view is frequently viewed as one of the best in Nepal and it is anything but difficult to perceive any reason why. Moving to the summit toward the evening is a delightful time as you will see nightfall over the glinting Gokyo Lakes.
The trek starts in Lukla after your flight from Kathmandu. For the initial three days, the trail takes after the conventional Everest Base Cam trek agenda for the initial three days up to Namchee Bazaar. Soon after Namchee the trail veers off toward the North-west by means of the towns of Dole and Machemo, and afterward onto the stunningly lovely Goyko Lakes. You then rise Goyko Ri (5,357 meters) and crosses Cho La Pass (5,420 meters) before signing up again with the great Everest Base Camp trek at Lobuche.
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 generally steady and perceivability amazing. In the prior, pre-rainstorm period from March to May, there is exquisite spring development however conditions change somewhat more