- Gokyo Renjo La Pass Trek
- Max Elevation
- 5,340m at Gokyo Ri & 5,345m at Renjo La Pass
- Trip Duration
- 16 Days
- Trip Grade
- Eco-lodges Trek
- full board on Trekking and BB plan on city
- Private vehicle & flight
- Group Size
- Minimum 2
- Best Season
- Spring and Autumn
- Per Day Walk
- Approx. 4 - 6
Have you experienced the thrill of trekking along the dramatic landscape of the world’s most titanic mountain range? The challenging Gokyo Renjo La Pass could be the ultimate destination for any eager adventurer.
Trekking to Gokyo Renjo La Pass is a breathtaking journey through the Khumbu region of Nepal. Soaring to a towering height of 5,380 meters, this high-altitude pass invites adventurers to soak in the grandeur of the Himalayas. It is the place to discover Sherpa villages, glacial valleys, and trails throughout the trek, and take in views of four of the highest mountain peaks: Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, and Mt. Cho Oyu. Along the way, you’ll find stunning views of spectacular icy landscapes, the unforgettable glacial Lakes of Gokyo, and stepping over Cho La Pass (5420m).
In the words of James Audubon, “Nature holds the key to our aesthetic, intellectual, cognitive, and even spiritual satisfaction.” Venture on a life-changing trek through the magnificent Gokyo Renjo La Pass, brace yourself for overwhelming awe, and bask in nature’s grandeur.
Gokyo Renjo La Pass is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the Himalayas. In the heart of Solukhumbu District in Nepal, the Renjo La Pass stands at 5345 meters, 17,536 feet above sea level. It is the gateway to some of the fascinating natural beauty, high passes, and alpine lakes the Solukhumbu District offers.
Gokyo Renjo La Pass weaves like a silver river between Nepal’s highest mountain’s lush, green valleys. The gateway joins two renowned trekking paths and serves as a vital sanctuary for endangered species. Trekkers ascend to heights exceeding 5,000 meters and behold stunning views of the snow-capped Everest, Cho Oyu, and Lhotse peaks.
Gokyo Renjo La Pass trekkers encounter a captivating panorama of snow peaks, turquoise lakes, gorges, villages, green meadows, and diverse flora and fauna, delighting nature enthusiasts. The Gokyo Renjo La Pass vegetation encompasses everything from Rhododendrons to humongous primroses and juniper trees. As for climbers, they may come across various cacti, gentians, and poppies. The wildlife in the region primarily revolves around grouse, eagles, snow cocks, and monal birds.
Unfortunately, the rough terrains in this area make it difficult for plants to flourish, and it’s only at higher elevations that trekkers and hikers can spot a greater variety of species. Observing native species like Himalayan Black Bears, Musk Deer, and Himalayan Thar is a popular pastime for admirers of the Gokyo Renjo La Pass.
Higher up, trekkers encounter foxes and various birds, including the lammergeier (bearded vultures), Himalayan snowcock, red-billed choughs, and finches of multiple species. Blending breathtaking landscapes and thriving wildlife sets Gokyo Renjo La Pass apart, attracting nature enthusiasts, thrill-seekers, and seasoned hikers alike to flounder in the magnificence of the Himalayas’ untamed beauty.
Gokyo Renjo La Pass is one of three spectacular passes in the Everest Region of Sagarmatha National Park. Situated in the Sagarmatha National Park, Gokyo Renjo La Pass links the two sacred lakes of Gokyo to two high-altitude valleys of Renjo and Lunag. The trail presents a rigorous challenge compared to other routes at lower elevations.
Starting with a few hours of steady and steep ascent, the trek rewards with breathtaking views of the mountain tops and glacial valleys. Reaching the summit of Gokyo Ri at 5357m, the trail dips downwards and follows occasional ups and downs along with some small glaciers leading to the top of the Renjo La Pass at 5360m. From the top, the views are majestic – with lupines, barley, and various wildflowers, white-water streams, and a forest of Rhododendrons presenting a feast for the eyes.
The descending path reveals the beautiful villages of Lungden and Khumjung in the background. The trail then passes through Buddhist monasteries, chortens, and Mani Walls and eventually descends to Thame Valley. From here, the gateway to the Everest base camp can be reached.
Trekking is a popular way to explore Nepal, with many itineraries and choices available. Yet, the Khumbu region holds the key to uncovering the true beauty of this captivating country – through a journey of hiking and revelation. At the onset of your journey, a morning scenic flight takes you to Lukla Airport, where the Himalayas unfold before you, displaying their massive massif extending across the horizon. The stunning peaks levitating in a serene blue sky are so awe-inspiring they leave you speechless.
The adventure begins when you touch down at Tenzing-Hillary Airport, dubbed one of the most dangerous airports, and retreat is not an option. In Lukla, you’ll be struck by stunning vistas and refreshing air. Your journey will then take you through secluded Sherpa villages nestled among towering cliffs, navigating bridges suspended over deep valleys. At Namche Bazar, take the well-trodden path to Gokyo or trek to Renjo La Pass before continuing to the village.
History of the Gokyo Renjo La Pass
Gokyo Renjo La Pass holds a rich legacy of Trading and Trekking. For generations, locals have been engaged in trade on this pass, with merchants still today transporting Tibetan wares such as yaks, butter, salt, and cheese to Gokyo and Renjo for dealing with the local inhabitants.
In the 19th century, early explorers from Britain and Germany utilized the trekking route to the Gokyo Renjo La Pass for their expeditions to Mount Everest, generating a viable trekking location for many individuals. Subsequently, it has become one of the most sought-after treks for tourists desiring to relish the picturesque Himalayas.
Renowned for its intriguing historical background, the Gokyo Renjo La Pass boasts a rich legacy. Legend has it that skilled mountaineers, the Sherpas, in the early 1800s accomplished the initial successful traverse of the pass.
Despite the immense challenge posed by the pass, which took several days to cross, the neighboring communities recognized it as a remarkable accomplishment. Since its opening in 1992, Gokyo Lake, situated in the picturesque Gokyo Valley, has been a popular destination for trekkers and climbers. The lake, sustained by the glistening waters of the Ngozumpa Glacier – the largest glacier in the area – draws climbers from far and wide, who brave the challenging ascent to reach its serene shores.
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Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu [1345m/4411ft]
Activity: Escort to Hotel
On the first day, you will land at the Tribhuvan Airport in Kathmandu, where our agent will pick you up and escort you to your hotel. You can rest in the hotel for the day, visit the travel agency, and attend a meet-and-greet program.
Day 02: Sightseeing at Kathmandu
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On the second day, you will attend the sightseeing program in the capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu. You will visit several destinations like Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swoyambhubnath (Monkey Temple), Pashupatinath, Dharahara, and many more. Apart from sightseeing, you can also enjoy the nightlife of the Thamel area and join the party and drink.
Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla [2800m/9184ft] | Lukla To Phakding [2640m/8659ft]
Altitude: 2800 Meters (Lukla)/ 2,640 Meters (Phakding)
Accommodation: Tea House
On the third day, your trek to Renjo La pass starts. You will catch a flight from Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu and head to Lukla. Reaching Lukla from the capital city takes around 30 to 35 minutes.
After reaching Lukla, your trekking starts – you will begin walking towards the next destination, Phakding. During your journey, you will cross the Dudh Koshi river and walk along the scenery of mani walls and prayer flags that reflect the Buddhist background and culture.
After a few hours, you will arrive at Ghat Tea House, from where you will hike through a small trail following the banks of Dudh Koshi and reach Phakding.
Day 04: Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar [3440m/11,283ft]
Location: Namche Bazaar
Altitude: 3,440 Meters
Accommodation: Tea House
Now your next destination is Namche Bazaar. After breakfast, you will begin your journey early in the morning and cross a river before climbing up the terraced hill.
After hours, you will reach Bengar and continue hiking again on the rugged trail leading to the National Park Service. You can obtain your National Park Permit there.
After taking a short trek, you will reach Bhote Koshi River, and from there, you will make a steep ascent to Namche Bazaar. As you reach Namche, you will start seeing the majestic views of Mount Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and many more.
Day 05: Acclimatization Day at Namche Bazaar
Location: Namche Bazaar
Altitude: 3,440 Meters
Acclimatization is an important thing that is needed during any high-altitude treks. The same goes for the Renjo La Pass trekking as well. You will stop at Namche Bazaar and focus on retaining your body energy. You are suggested to take enough rest and have sufficient food.
Besides, you can visit the nearby places and explore the Sherpa Culture around Namche Bazaar.
Day 06: Trek from Namche Bazaar to Thame [3830m/12562ft]
Altitude: 3,830 Meters
Accommodation: Tea House
On the sixth day, your acclimatization day is already over, and your new and refreshing journey is all about to set up. You will catch a trail in the west and follow through the Bhote Koshi Valley. Though it seems to be a long and tiring journey, the prayer flags, mani walls, and carved stones will soothe your journey.
Once you cross the Bhote Koshi Valley, you must climb the steep mountain and follow a path leading to Thame. You can see an alluring monastery, Thame Gompa in Thame Village – a site for the spring celebrations of the Mani Rimdu Festival.
Day 07: Trek from Thame to Lungden [4380m/14266ft]
Altitude: 4,380 Meters
Accommodation: Tea House
Your journey from Thame to Lungden begins on the seventh day of your Gokyo Renjo La Pass trekking. You will walk through the trails alongside the banks of the Bhote Koshi river and cross it. You will then reach the village of Marlung and walk straight for an hour before reaching Lungden.
You will stay at a tea house overnight.
Day 08: Trek from Lungden to Gokyo via Renjo La Pass [5435m/17826ft]
Location: Gokyo And Renjo La Pass
Altitude: 5,435 Meters
Accommodation: Tea House
Now you will pass uphill through Sandy Kharka and walk toward the glacial lake. The uphill climb continues through the stone staircase until you reach Renjo La Pass at 5,345 meters.
You can see the view of the entire-Solukhumbu and some of Nepal’s majestic peaks. From there, you will catch a path that leads towards the broad valley and Gokyo.
Day 09: Climb to Gokyo Ri [5483m/17984ft]
Location: Gokyo Ri
Altitude: 5,483 Meters
Accommodation: Tea House
The next destination is a short hike to Gokyo Ri (5,483 meters). You will start your hike early in the morning to Gokyo Ri, from where you can get a view of the mountain peaks like Mount Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu.
After spending some time in Gokyo Ri, you descend back to Gokyo and engage yourself in exploring the valley.
Day 10: Trek from Gokyo to Dole [4040m/13251ft]
Altitude: 4,040 Meters
Accommodation: Tea House
Reaching Dole from Gokyo Valley takes only 5 to 6 hours of walking. You will start your journey to Machhermo Village first as you follow the Dudh Koshi river. You will walk through the yak pastures and some of the few human settlements – also, you can have the perfect view of Tawoche.
Besides, you can explore the beautiful scenery of the mountains, natural landscapes, and rivers.
Day 11: Trek from Dole to Namche Bazaar
Location: Namche Bazaar
Altitude: 3,440 Meters
The returning process continues from Dole too. You will now head towards Namche Bazaar on the eleventh day of your Gokyo Renjo La Pass trekking. You will pass through the lush forest and landscapes, enjoying the scenic beauty of the mountains. After hours of hiking back through the rugged hills, you will finally reach Namche Bazaar, where you will stay at a hotel overnight.
Day 12: Trek from Namche Bazaar to Lukla
Altitude: 2,860 Meters
Now it’s time to return to Lukla; you will start your journey early on the twelfth day in Namche Bazaar. Then, you will walk downhill through the rugged trail to reach Lukla – it takes around 6 to 7 hours from Namche to reach your destination (Lukla).
You will cross the Monjo Checkpost and pass through the Bhote Koshi river three times. Though the trek is challenging, the natural beauties will cherish your long walk.
Day 13: Fly Back To Kathmandu
Activity: Fly Back
On the thirteenth day, you will fly from Lukla to Kathmandu. After 30 to 35 minutes, you will land at Tribhuvan International Airport and then head toward your hotel.
Day 14: Departure
After a long journey to Gokyo Renjo La Pass, you must depart to your country and home. You will attend the flight from Tribhuvan International Airport and then bid farewell to Nepal.
- Airport Arrival and departure transfer
- 3 nights stay in Kathmandu with BB Plan
- Full day sightseeing tour in Kathmandu including Private Vehicle, City Guide, and entry fees
- Kathmandu Lukla Kathmandu flight
- All meals [B/F, Lunch & Dinner] During Trekking period
- Tea House Lodges accommodation during Trekking
- TIMS [Trekkers information Manual System] permit and Sagarmatha National Park fee
- Highly experienced Trekking guide for the entire trek
- Required Number of Porters
- Staffs food, clothing salary & Insurance.
- General First aid Kids
- Welcome and Farewell Dinners in Kathmandu
- All tax, vats and necessary paper works
- Personal Travel Insurance
- Personal nature expenses
- Bar bill and all kind of drinks
- Rescue & Evacuation
- Gratitude (tip) for staff
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Best Time to Visit Renjo La Pass
Basically, Spring and Autumn’s Seasons are considered the best season to explore Gokyo Renjo La Pass since the weather is clear and the clouds are less. It directs you to have a clear view of the surroundings, including the Gokyo Ri Peak and Gokyo Lakes.
Gokyo Renjo La Pass in Spring
Gokyo Renjo La Pass Trek in the Spring season(March to May) brings you many adventures and recreational possibilities. The climate is moderate, not too sunny, and not too cold, so you won’t feel hard to adapt to it. Similarly, the temperatures are mildly aligned with the moderate climate. The skies during the spring season are clear. They feature fewer clouds, so whether you are going on an air tour or trek, it does not matter – you will cherish the relish of beautiful mountain ranges in the Himalayas and the surroundings, including the settlements, lakes, and forests.
Gokyo Renjo La Pass in Autumn
In Autumn (September to November), you will experience almost the same climate type as the Spring season. You will experience mild and moderate weather conditions without excessive hot or coldness. Similarly, the clear skies will give you the majestic vistas of the Himalayas featuring Gokyo Ri peak and others. The temperature is bearable and comfortable to anyone during the Autumn time.
Moreover, the rhododendron and juniper trees surrounding the trail make this trek even more enjoyable, with beautiful red and pink blooms from the flowers scattered throughout the route.
Gokyo Renjo La Pass Trek During Off Season
During the off-season, you might not find the same climate conditions as in Spring or Autumn. If you trek to Gokyo Renjo La Pass during the monsoon, then you must be ready to bear the rainy environment and possible calamities like landslides. Similarly, if you travel during the winter, you might struggle to survive since the weather condition is harsh and the temperature can drop down to -15 degree celsius. The night times are even challenging with extreme wind and snowfalls.
Though the off-season treks are cheap, it can cost you a lot, even your life. Many trekkers face altitude sickness in winter since the oxygen level is low and the air is thin. Moreover, during the offseason, it is more challenging to access the Pass due to heavy snowfall (in winter) and rainfall (in monsoon).
Finding Accommodation During Your Trek Through the Gokyo Renjo La Pass
Along the trek route, trekkers can choose from a wide range of accommodations, from basic lodges to star-rated hotels, depending on their budget.
Accommodation in tea houses or lodges is the most popular option while trekking in Nepal. Such lodges are abundant in the significant villages along the trail. These lodges offer various options, from dormitory-style lodgings for a low price to full-fledged hotels for a more luxurious stay. The accommodation cost in these lodges ranges from $5 – $20 per night.
Camping is the ultimate choice for budget travelers on the Gokyo Renjo La Pass trek. Likewise, trekkers can bring their camping gear or rent equipment from local vendors. Camping ranges from $4 – $10 per person per night. Campers have access to tent sites, cookware, and bathrooms.
You can also stay in a hotel with a range of prices from lower to higher. You can find the facilities of hot showers, plush bedding, peaceful private bathrooms, and dining delights. Your stay in these extravagant lodgings starts at $10 a night, the price only increasing with the level of luxury.
Another option that trekkers have while traveling through the Gokyo Renjo La Pass is to stay in local villages. Here, trekkers can stay in homestays or small family-run lodges. The accommodation cost in these villages can range from $5 to $20 per person per night.
Trekkers now have the option to secure a guide for their journey. This knowledgeable companion can steer the path, secure comfortable lodgings, and interact with the neighboring community. The fee for a guide varies based on the trek’s length and group size, with a minimum cost of $30 daily. While opting to hike the legendary Gokyo Renjo La Pass trek, various accommodation options exist depending on individual needs and preferences. Primarily settling down in small guesthouses, lodges, homestays, and camping sites run by local trekking companies, the accommodation cost for a day of the trek ranges anywhere between NPR 500 to NPR 1500 for those opting for basic facilities depending on the region.
However, considering the added experience and insight that the trek brings, the accommodation cost is worth it to truly appreciate the great outdoors in the form of nature’s very best.
Experience the Local Culture of Gokyo Renjo La Pass
Embedding a wealth of cultural richness and diversity, the Gokyo Renjo La Pass and Nepal regions are beacons of cultural heritage. Despite a rough past filled with changes, the local communities have held firm to their cultural roots, fostering a vibrant cultural tapestry of diverse languages, religions, and traditions. These regions exude what makes them unique, as their inhabitants proudly embrace and celebrate their unique cultural identity.
The Himalayas harbor a distinct culture that may be obscure to outsiders but holds great significance for those who call it home: the Sherpas. These tight-knit individuals, hailing from the Gokyo Renjo La Pass and the Gokyo region of Nepal, embody strength and endurance. Despite facing challenges, they persevere and flourish in their beloved mountains. The Sherpas display a close connection to their natural surroundings, with the mountainous landscape contributing significantly to their cultural identity.
Noted for their climbing expertise and trekking prowess, accomplished mountaineers are also praised for their hospitable treatment of guests, solidifying their reputation for kindness. The region’s cultural landscape extends beyond the Sherpas, including indigenous tribes like the Thakali, Rais, and Tamangs. These tribes possess a rich and complex history and maintain their traditions.
The Gokyo Renjo La Pass region in Nepal is renowned for its rich festival culture, showcasing the dedication of the Sherpas and local communities to preserving their traditions. The Mani Rimdu Festival and the Gokyo Choiyal are notable annual celebrations, while the Dumji Festival marks the changing seasons.
Indulge in the region’s rich cultural heritage by participating in these cultural festivals. Experience the captivating musical sounds and mesmerizing dances performed by the Sherpas and other local tribes. Additionally, you can enjoy the area’s authentic flavors through dishes like Momo and Thukpa, offered at the festival. This is your chance to savor the local cuisine.
The Gokyo Renjo La Pass and its surrounding region of Nepal possess a wealth of cultural heritage and historical significance. The varied tribes and religions in this area are showcased through the welcoming hospitality of the local inhabitants and their enduring traditions, making it an intriguing destination for exploration.
Immerse yourself in awe-inspiring panoramas of towering peaks and breathe in the refreshing chill of mountain air at a lofty height on this adventurous trek. Though it boasts a reputation for its demanding journey, it has obstacles.
Climbing the Gokyo Renjo La Pass Trek presents the formidable challenge of high altitudes, rising at a dizzying 17,580 feet (5,360 meters). The high-altitude trek can trigger Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), displaying symptoms such as headaches, fatigue, nausea, breathing difficulties, and dizziness. To tackle this trek, stay alert for signs of AMS and take necessary precautions like rest, hydration, and nourishment to avoid severe consequences.
In addition to AMS, trekkers should be aware of the risk of frostbite and hypothermia due to the bitterly cold temperatures. It is important to layer clothing and wear proper base layers. Keep your head and hands warm with headgear and mittens, and protect your feet from frostbite with thick socks. Remember to pause and recharge along the way, avoiding overexertion and safeguarding against the dangers of hypothermia.
The Gokyo Renjo La Pass Trek demands decent fitness from the participants as it involves several arduous walks. The trek route is known for having multiple steep ascends and descends that requires physical stamina and strength to traverse. Not to mention the extreme weather conditions that can suddenly change and leave trekkers with cold and wet conditions, adding a significant challenge to the route.
Apart from the technical aspects of the trek, climbers must also prepare mentally and emotionally to cope with the hardships they may face throughout the journey. Negotiating the steep faces and changing altitude may be too taxing for some. Additionally, the atmosphere of heightened alertness due to the risk of altitude sickness may take a toll on the mental health of the trekkers.
Immigration Office at Kathmandu Airport Facilitating Tourist Visa on arrival.
Two Weeks – 30 USD
One Month (Four Weeks) – 50 USD
Three Month (90 Days) – 125 USD
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Visa Extension Fees:
Tourist Visa Extension required a minimum of 15 days (USD 45)and USD 3 for each extra days.
- Two Passport-sized photos with a light background.
- Bring Cash USD to get the visa fee.
- Your passport must valid for at least 6 months.
- Spring and Autumns are the best seasons for Gokyo Renjo La Pass Trek.
- March to June, September to November are the best months for Gokyo Renjo La Pass Trek.
- Gokyo Renjo La Pass Trek: 6 Hours per day
- A comprehensive Gokyo Renjo La Pass Trek takes a minimum of 2 weeks.
The difficulties of the Gokyo Renjo La Pass Trek depends on these common factors:
- Weather Condition and Temperature
- The route you have chosen for climbing
- Physical Fitness
- Sometimes, High Altitude Sickness
- The distance you covered in the whole trip.
- Clothing and Equipment
At City: Kathmandu
- Hotel / Resorts ( one room for two people)
- Note: if you need a single room, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- For Single Room, we charge a single supplement.
- Eco Lodges ( a small house with few rooms at remote areas)
Yes, Trekking Guide is very essential for Gokyo Renjo La Pass Trek because it is not just for being a bit technical, but also due to several reasons like:
- Trekking Rules and Regulations of Nepal Government.
- Provide Trekking Training Before Any Trekking.
- Sound Altitude Experience
- Personal Care and Safety, Medical Care
- Speak Fluently English
At Gokyo Renjo La Pass Trek, few places have a landline telephone and local mobile access for communication but due to the restricted area, an only satellite phone is available for communication.
Satellite phone through which you can communicate with your friends or relatives for which you have to pay USD $3 per minute.
In case of an emergency, communication with our company will be free of cost.
- Jackets (Fiber or down).
- Woollen shirts and thick sweaters.
- Waterproof jacket with hood or poncho.
- Track shoes
- Thermal Underwear and Thermal coat
- 2 pair of loose-fitting long shorts/ skirts
- Pair of Gloves
- Pair of sandals
- Thermal underwear.
- Woollen hat
- Long-sleeved shirt.
- Towel and Hankies.
- Lightweight walking boots
- 2 pairs of thin socks and 2 pair of woollen socks
- Snow glasses and sunglasses
- Trekking Sticks.
- Duffle bag or kit bag to carry to gear while trekking.
- 2-4 plastics bags 2-4 large plastic bags to separate clean clothes from dirty ones. 6-10 smaller plastic bags to dispose of garbage.
- Daypack bag to carry your personal requirements.
- Water Bottle, water purifying tablets
- Quick Dry Towels
- Headlamp, Torch, Candles
- Matches / Lighters
- Binocular, Camera, trekking map and compass, pillow, knife, passport photograph, reading materials, pencil, rubber, pen and notebook, lip guard
We, Nepal Guide Treks and Expedition keep in touch with our crew 24 Hours a day. Our experienced trekking guide will help you in any foreseeing difficult situation with safety care, medical treatment and communication services.
Depending upon the steep hills, slopes and difficulties and high altitude of the trail one porter can carry 25 kilograms of weight.
Usually, we provide one porter for one client.
But, We will also provide porter according to the size of your group if needed.
GLIMPSES OF Gokyo Renjo La Pass Trek
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Gokyo with Renjola – ITALYVisited 2011 DANTE, LUCCA, GIOVANNI AND SANTINO [Italy]
Gokyo Lake along with Renjola pass trek in Khumbu was our dream and it is fulfilled by Nepal Guide Treks and Expedition team. I really appreciate their service. I would like to thanks all the trekking team and office management who helped us to make your dream true. First I went Nepal by booking short Kathmandu and Nagarkot tour from Nepal Guide Team, after consult with Prakash and his entire working team, they gave me better option with a better price for Gokyo lake trek and us blindly believe them, finally got succeed.
Thank you so much and wish you all the best for organization’s better future.
Gokyo Lake Renjola – SWITZERLANDvisited 2014 LUCA AND DAVID [Switzerland]
It was very interesting to travel around Nepal, and very good organized. Nepal Guide Treks is a trustable company in Nepal. After a week of email conversation, we booked Gokyo and Renjola pass trek trip with them from online. We enjoyed culture, architecture, wonderful trekking experience, tasted healthy local food and many more things. We started to trust them from the very beginning, and thank them, we got a good experience from our tour. We learnt many things from our guide since he was very knowledgeable. Yes, we recommend "Nepal Guide Treks and Expedition" to everyone and would be happy to contact Prakash Devkota if travel to Nepal again.