Gokyo Cho La Pass with Everest Base Camp Trek

USD 1,555
  • Activities
    Gokyo Cho La Pass Trek with EBC
  • Max Elevation
    5420m at Cho La pass and 5340m at Gokyo Ri
  • Trip Duration
    19 Days
  • Trip Grade
  • Lodging
    Eco Lodges Trek
  • Meals
    Full board on Trekking and BB plan on city
  • Transportation
    Private vehicle & flight
  • Communication
  • Group Size
    Minimum 2
  • Best Season
    Autumn and Spring
  • Per Day Walk
    Approx. 4 - 6 hours
  • Accommodation
    3 Nights at Kathmandu

Highlights of the Gokyo Cho La Pass with Everest Base Camp Trek 

  • Awe-inspiring vistas of Mount Everest and other majestic peaks in the Khumbu range are available.
  • Immersion in the local culture is achievable by passing through various towns with various ethnic backgrounds.
  • This trek involves physical fitness and a sense of thrill because it is a demanding excursion that incorporates steep ascents and descents.
  • The trip takes you through various ecosystems, from meadows and woods to high-altitude deserts, allowing you to see a wide range of animals and plants.
  • Acclimatization is needed for the trek, so hikers should be equipped for the physical and mental difficulties that come with it.
  • This trip differs from the rest, bringing a unique combination of stunning scenery, cultural exploration, and physical things that will push your boundaries and reward you with treasured memories.

Gokyo Chola Pass Everest Base Camp Trek With EBC

A challenging and rewarding route through Nepal’s Khumbu region is the Gokyo Cho La Pass trek to Everest Base Camp. The trip is a must-do for anybody looking for adventure in the Himalayas because it offers a distinct blend of natural splendor, cultural discovery, and physical challenge.

Flying to Lukla, the entry point to the Khumbu region, is how the trip begins. From there, you will start your tour by strolling through beautiful forests and traditional Sherpa settlements while crossing the well-known Namche Bazaar, the city’s central marketplace.

You’ll journey from Namche to the Gokyo Lakes, a collection of glacial lakes that are stunning blue and are surrounded by the tall Peaks of the Himalayas.

You’ll climb to 5,420 meters altitude after viewing the Gokyo Lakes and conquering the steep Cho La Pass. With panoramic views of the surrounding valleys and the Himalayas, the sights from the pinnacle of the past are just breathtaking.

Before settling in Dzongla, you descend from the pass through a desolate and rocky terrain, passing by glaciers and rising deserts.

As your next stop before arriving at the well-known Everest Base Camp, Gorak Shep is located after Dzongla. Even though the trip to the base camp is challenging, the sight of Mount Everest and the surrounding peaks make it all worthwhile. You will return to Lukla after exploring the base camp, bringing your journey to a close.

You will get the chance to discover more about the Sherpa culture and traditions as you progress through the walk. They have a rich cultural history and inhabit the Khumbu region. Along the trip, you can view the different flora and wildlife.

At the same time, travelers can also witness the area’s many environments, ranging from lush forests to high-altitude deserts.

Finishing the Gokyo Cho La Pass journey to Everest Base Camp, a true adventure that takes acclimatization and physical fitness. However, you can be guaranteed a safe and exciting trip if you work with a trustworthy trekking agency like Nepal Guide Treks.

The knowledgeable advisors from the Nepal Guide Treks will be at your side at every turn, ensuring you are well-fed, comfortably lodged, and supported.

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  • Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu (1345 m/4711 ft) and transfer to hotel.

    Our airport agent will meet you at Tribhuvan International Airport when you arrive. Following that, you will be driven to our accommodation in the center of Kathmandu. Until the hotel check-in process is complete, our personnel will assist you. By visiting them, you can take a break at the hotel or go to NGT’s headquarters to learn more about your trip—Gokyo Cho La Pass with EBC. Join our welcoming dinner program in the evening, which Nepal Guide Treks and Expedition will put on.

    Kathmandu Altitude: 1345 meters (4711 ft)

    Overnight: Hotel/Resort of Kathmandu

    Meals: BB plan with welcome dinner

  • Day 02: Fly to Lukla (2800m/9184ft). [45-minute flight] Trek to Phakding (2640 meters/8659 feet) (3–4 Hour Trek)

    After breakfast, we will go to Lukla via a magnificent 45-minute flight from Kathmandu. The entrance to Khumbu and the entire Everest region of Nepal is in Lukla. Once we have landed at the Lukla airfield, we continue our walk along the Dudh Koshi River’s left bank, which climbs gently. As we approach Ghat, our hike takes us past several masonry walls. Our route continues along the left bank of the Dudh Koshi, with various ups and downs, until we reach Phakding, where we will spend the night.

    Lukla Altitude: 2800m/9184ft

    Phakding Altitude:2640m/8659ft

    Flight Duration: 45 minutes

    Trek Duration: 3-4 hours

    Trek Distance: 7.5 km

    Overnight: Hotel of Phakding

    Meals: BLD

  • Day 03: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3440m/11283ft) from Phakding. (5–6 Hour Trek)

    After crossing a small brook and ascending a terraced slope to reach Bengar, we depart from Phakding today. We shall arrive at the Sagarmatha (Everest) National Park Service, where the park entrance fee is collected after several uphill and downhill treks. As the mountainous trail ascends steeply in zigzags, we reach a ridgetop rest spot with amazing views of the surrounding mountains and attractive valleys. As we approach Namche Bazaar, referred to as The Sherpa Capital, the ascent becomes more straightforward.

    Namche Bazaar Altitude: 3440m/11283ft

    Trek Duration: 5-6 hours

    Trek Distance: 9.4 km

    Overnight: Hotel of Namche Bazaar

    Meals: BLD

  • Day 04: Take a break and unwind in Namche Bazaar before embarking on an excursion.

    A day of recuperation and acclimation is best spent in Namche Bazaar before ascending higher to Gokyo valley. Namche Bazaar is a large market town with various sights and locations to explore. For acclimatization, we can hike for an hour to Syangboche at 3800 meters or take a quick walk to Khumjung Monastery, both of which offer the stunning scenery of the high peaks Kusum Kangaru, Thamserku, Ama Dablam, and Everest. The National Park Center and Museum, situated directly above the village, has the best appearance.

    Syanboche Altitude: 3800 meters

    Trek Duration: approx. 1 hour

    Overnight: Hotel in Namche Bazaar

    Meals: BLD

  • Day 05: Hike from Namche Bazaar to Dole (40.4 m/132.51 ft). (5–6 Hours Trek)

    After taking a full day of relaxation at Namche Bazaar, we resume our journey by following the road that climbs to Khumjung. Besides having a Gompa at the upper end of the village, it is a beautiful place. Thamserku, Kantega, and Ama Dablam will easily be visible from this location. A few distances after leaving Khumjung, our trail rises to a sizable Chorten sitting atop a ridge. After passing through Phortse Tenga, we resume our journey over a steep descent before climbing through a Willow and Rhododendron forest to Dole, where we’ll stay the night.

    Dole Altitude: 40.4m/132.51ft

    Trek Duration: 5-6 hours

    Trek Distance: 12 km

    Meals: BLD

  • Day 06: Hike from Dole to Machhermo (4410 m/13578 ft). [3.5–4 Hours Trek]

    Our road ascends gently up the valley’s slope as we travel from Dole, where the small, prickly bushes slowly give way to scrub juniper as we gain elevation. On our TrekTrek, we travel through many summer villages, used when yaks are brought to these pastures to graze all through the summer. Excellent views of Cho Oyu are ahead of us. Kantega and Thamserku are magnificently seen down the valley in the opposite direction. We will spend less trekking today and will be to Machhermo in time for lunch.

    Machhermo Altitude: 4410m/13578ft

    Trek Duration: 3.5 to 4 hours

    Trek Distance: 6 km

    Meals: BLD

  • Day 07: Trek to Gokyo Lake from Machhermo (4750m/15580ft). 4-5 Hour Trek

    Today, we are hiking to Gokyo’s clean and beautiful glacier lakes. Following the snowmelt rivers of the Ngozumpa Glacier, we start our descent after breakfast. Our climb up the rocky slopes into the valley will soon begin. The first of the holy lakes is just what we’ll go through. We soon reach the second lake and cross the path to Cho La Pass across the glacier (5420m). On the eastern side of the third lake, Dudh Pokhari is where the village of Gokyo is found.

    Gokyo Lake Altitude: 4750m/15580ft

    Trek Duration: 4-5 hours

    Trek Distance: 5.7 km

    Meals: BLD

  • Day 08: Excursion in and around Gokyo valley and hike to Gokyo Ri, which is at 5340 meters/17515 feet.

    Gokyo Ri towers over the town on the lake’s northern side. We will complete an early morning hike following a rocky slope that ascends the hill. The peaks of Everest, Lhotse, and Makalu gradually come into view as we approach. The view from the summit of Gokyo Ri is some of the best to be seen in the Everest region—some claim it is even superior to that from Kala Patthar. We return to Gokyo by descending after a few hours at Gokyo Ri. The thought of afternoon will be devoted to exploring the region around Gokyo.

    Gokyo Ri Altitude: 5340m/17515ft

    Trek Duration: 1 and a half hours

    Trek Distance: 1.5 km

    Meals: BLD

  • Day 09: Trek from Gokyo to Dragnag (4650m/15252ft) [3.5–4 Hours Trek]

    Our walk today is a short walk. After a full day of exploring the Gokyo area, we will continue on the trail that crosses Ngozumba Glacier, the most spectacular glacier in the Everest region. We will depart Gokyo and go towards Dragnag for our overnight stop while enjoying stunning views of the surrounding peaks. For the following day’s passage of the Cho La Pass, frequently covered in ice and snow, we need to rest as much as possible.

    Dragnag Altitude: 4650m/15252ft

    Trek Duration: 3.5 to 4 hours

    Meals: BLD

  • Day 10: Hike from Dragnag to Dzongla (4843m/15885ft) via Chola Pass (5420m/17777ft). [6-7-Hours TrekTrek]

    We start early today as we prepare to cross the rugged Cho La Pass. After breakfast, we leave Dragnag and continue on the trail, which rises slightly along the valley and steepens as we approach the pass. The Cho La Pass is now surrounded mainly by blue ice, giving trekkers a cool sensation. While crossing the pass, we can see several snow-capped mountain ranges and the Gokyo valley. Our trail goes steeply for about an hour from the top of the pass within a week of gently moving down to Dzongla for our extra night.

    Chola Pass Altitude: 5420m/17777ft

    Dzongla Altitude: 4843m/15885ft

    Trek Duration: 6-7 hours

    Trek Distance: 12.5 km

    Meals: BLD

  • Day 11: Trek from Dzongla to Gorakshep [5180m/16990ft] via Lobuche [5-6 Hrs Trek]

    We end up leaving Dzongla after breakfast and trekking to Gorakshep. Our journey will take us through the Khumbu Glacier. The Khumbu Glacier is the world’s highest glacier. We can see the memorials of people who died on the glacier along the manner. After crossing the glacier, we continue our hike on the path that leads to Lobuche. We trek from there to start arriving in Gorakshep for the night. Gorakshep is the ultimate destination, comprehensive with comfortable teahouses and services.

    Gorakshep Altitude: 5180m/16990ft

    Trek Duration: 5-6 hours

    Trek Distance: 10.8 km

    Meals: BLD

  • Day 12: Trek to Everest Base Camp (5380m/176465ft) and come back to Gorakshep (4-5 hours)

    After breakfast, we will continue our journey to Everest Base Camp. We’ll take the trail that breezes through ice pinnacles and over cracks and crevices on the Khumbu Glacier. We would encounter some expedition teams at Everest Base Camp during the spring season. We will return to Gorakshep after witnessing a unique Everest Base Camp event. We can also take a higher route for the fantastic scenery of the Khumbu icefall and the surrounding high mountains.

    Everest Base Camp Altitude: 5380m/176465ft

    Trek Duration: 4-5 hours

    Trek Distance: 7 km (3 km up-down)

    Meals: BLD

  • Day 13: Hike to Kala Patthar [5545m/18177ft] early in the morning, then trek to Pheriche [4250m/13940ft]. [6-7-Hour Trek]

    Today we will hike to Kalapatthar at 5545 meters, regarded as one of the best Everest region points of view. We will enjoy a spectacular sunrise view of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Kantega, and other nearby peaks from the summit. We descend downhill back to Gorakshep after spending some time at Kalapatthar. From there, we’ll start preparing for our return trek and follow the route through Lobuche until we reach the windy village of Pheriche for the night.

    Kala Patthar Altitude: 5545m/18177ft

    Trek Duration: 6-7 hours

    Meals: BLD

  • Day 14: Trek from Pheriche to Tyangboche [3850m/12528ft]. [4-5 Hour Hike]

    We’ll pay a morning visit to the research unit in Pheriche. After breakfast, we will proceed on our return trek, taking a more uncomplicated free fall out of the high alpine greenery and into the subtropical environment, trying to pass through the rhododendron forest and hiking until we attain Tyangboche for the night. We will have beautiful views of Ama Dablam and stunning scenery with lush green mountains in the evening, which will be a fantastic experience.

    Tyangboche Altitude: 3850m/12528ft

    Trek Duration: 4-5 hours

    Trek Distance: 8.4 km

    Meals: BLD

  • Day 15: Trek from Tyangboche to Namche Bazaar [3440m/11283ft]. [4-5 Hours Hike]

    After breakfast, we carry our Everest Base Camp Chola Pass Gokyo Trek, leaving Tyangboche behind or heading toward the Namche Bazaar. The stroll from Tyangboche is downslope, mainly on the main EBC trail, with a few steep climbs for an hour from the bridge at Phung Tenga. From there, our Trek will take us through Khumjung village and back to Namche Bazaar for the night.

    Namche Bazar Altitude: 3440m/11283ft

    Trek Duration: 4-5 hours

    Trek Distance: 5.3 km

    Meals: BLD

  • Day 16: Trek to Lukla from Namche Bazaar [2800m/9184ft] [5-6 Hrs Trek]

    Today happens to be the final day of the EBC Gokyo Chola Pass Trek. We will be taking the route that moves forward via Monjo. The journey will be enjoyable, except for a few brief uphill climbs and descending to cross the Bhote-Koshi River three times. The final ascent, which takes around 45 minutes, will lead us to Lukla, where we will celebrate finishing the trek with the crew in the evening.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 17: Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu. Today we would then take a scenic flight from Lukla to Kathmandu.

    You will be transferred to the hotel after reaching the destination at Kathmandu International Airport. You could relax at a hotel or visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites within Kathmandu Valley. Aside from taking a stroll through Kathmandu’s busy roads, spending some time in Kathmandu is worthwhile.

    Meals: BB plan

  • Day 18: Day of leisure in Kathmandu

    You must want to see as much of Kathmandu as possible. Visiting Kathmandu’s temples requires an early jump. Also, walking around Thamel’s shopping area is worthwhile in Kathmandu if you want to find something special for your family back home. In the evening, we will start celebrating the Trek’sTrek’s fulfillment with an evening meal together.

    Meals: BB plan with farewell dinner

  • Day 19: International departure according to your flight itinerary.

    Per your flight plan, our airport representative will drop you off at the International airport.

What's included?
  • Airport Arrival and departure transfer
  • 2 nights stay in Kathmandu with BB Plan
  • 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 an entire trek
  • All land Transportations.
  • Required Number of Porters – Two Client Equal to One porter.
  • Staffs food, clothing salary & Insurance.
  • General First aid Kids
  • Welcome and Farewell Dinner in Kathmandu.
  • All tax, vat’s and necessary paper works
What's not included?
  • Personal Travel Insurance
  • Personal nature expenses
  • Bar bill and all kind of drinks
  • Rescue & Evacuation
  • Gratitude (tip) for staff

The given rates are per person with guaranteed departure schedules. If the given dates are not appropriate for you, please feel free to contact us for requesting a new dates, we will gladly personalize the itinerary and schedule of the trip that fits for you.

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Communication and Technology during Gokyo Cho La Pass Trek with EBC

Communication and technology can be crucial when hiking in remote or rugged terrain, like the Gokyo Cho La Pass journey to Everest Base Camp. Due to solid infrastructure and connectivity, communication and technology can often be tricky.

Nepal Guide Treks is dedicated to giving hikers the most up-to-date and complete technology and communication as the trek progresses. The hike is also highlighted in this section and is simply due to this.

Here are some of the essential things that Nepal Guide Treks arrange throughout the hike:

Satellite phones and walkie-talkies

The most popular communication methods for hikers crossing the Gokyo Cho La Pass to reach Everest Base Camp are satellite phones and walkie-talkies. These tools allow hikers to contact rescue in emergencies, stay in touch with their support groups and guides, and stay connected with them.

Personal Satellite Devices

Personal satellite devices, such as SPOT or InReach, are worn by some hikers. Thanks to these devices ‘ real-time GPS tracking and instant messengers, Trekkers may stay connected and updated even in harsh and remote environments.

Solar-powered charging stations

In terms of innovation, solar-powered charging stations are gaining popularity on the journey. These venues give hikers peace of mind or access to critical communication and information services while helping them keep their gadgets charged and connected.

Nepal Guide Treks Equipment and Services

Equipment and services provided by Nepal Guide Treks comprise satellite phones, walkie-talkies, and solar-powered charging stations. Nepal Guide Treks is a respected trekking business. The expert guides employed by the company have received training in using these devices, ensuring that they are continuously ready to assist and support trekkers.

Communication and safety plan

Along with that, Nepal Guide Treks offers a complete contact and safety plan to ensure that trekkers constantly remain in touch with their group therapy and that help always seems available in an emergency.

High Altitude Hiking Basic Emergency Aid Training

Any journey, not just the one through the Gokyo Cho La Pass to Everest Base Camp, must include some basic emergency treatment training. Trekkers receive the knowledge and abilities needed to deal with problems and injuries that may arise during the trek from this training.

Basic first aid, wound care, treating hypothermia and frostbite, treating altitude sickness, and emergency escape procedures are some topics routinely covered in training. In addition to learning how to recognize and treat common illnesses and injuries that could occur on the trek, walkers also learn how to provide basic first aid and execute life-saving efforts until a more refined healthcare professional is available.

As part of its complete trekking services, Nepal Guide Treks, a seasoned trekking business, instructs its guests in fundamental emergency care. First aid kits and other required health supplies are taken by knowledgeable guides who are trained in basic first aid and emergency response.

Nepal Guide Treks offers its customers a thorough safety plan that includes emergency evacuation protocols, access to medical services, and basic emergency rescue training. This technique, along with the company’s knowledgeable guides, dependable gear, and services, guarantees that trekkers have the aid and tools they need to tackle issues and remain safe while on the trail.

How to complete the Gokyo Cho La Pass Trek with EBC respectfully and responsibly?

To successfully finish the Gokyo Cho La Pass trek to Everest Base Camp (EBC), one must be physically active, strong, and have a responsible and polite mindset. Adherence to rules and best practices is vital to ensure trekkers have a happy and successful trip while safeguarding the environment and residents.

Following are some ideas for concluding the EBC Chola Gokyo Lake Trekking properly also with respect:

Respect the environment

Hikers should be conscious of their ecological consequences and take steps to minimize them. This entails respecting the “leave no trace” principles, which include appropriately disposing of debris, avoiding harm to the environment and wildlife, and avoiding soil erosion.

Respect Local communities

Trekkers should respect the residents because the Gokyo Cho La Pass climb passes through several remote communities. Avoiding disrespectful actions, such as recording anyone without their knowledge, and honoring area traditions, such as wardrobe rules and taboos, are all elements.

Use sustainable trekking outfits

Choosing an ecological trekking operator is critical in completing the Everest Base Camp Chola Pass Gokyo Trek ethically and courteously. Utilizing local guides and support workers with a comprehensive awareness of the area’s culture and environment, firms like Nepal Guide Treks are dedicated to responsible and environmentally friendly trekking.

Supporting local communities

Use local lodgings, services, and things from the area, such as food and trinkets, to attain this. For instance, Nepal Guide Treks collaborates with neighborhood groups to offer ethical and environmentally friendly trekking services. They also help fund neighborhood projects like health clinics, schools, and community centers.

Decrease waste

Trekkers should reduce their waste. This system includes reusable water bottles and containers. Composting toilets and waste management systems are offered to Nepal Guide Treks’ clients.

Respect Wildlife

Trekkers should be eye-opening for wildlife and avoid irritating or disturbing it while on the trail. This includes avoiding feeding or approaching nature and adhering to all wildlife viewing rules and laws. Nepal Guide Treks urge Trekkers to respect wildlife and their habitats, which offers them to achieve corporate objectives by considering restrictions and regulations for wildlife.

Provide responsible tourism

Support the promotion of responsible tourism, which involves taking steps to minimize the impact of tourism on the environment and local culture. This entails utilizing ethical trekking organizations, aiding the neighborhood, eliminating pollution, and conserving the environment and wildlife.

The Gokyo Cho La Pass trek to EBC is an exceptional and challenging experience that calls for a cautious and courteous approach. Trekkers may achieve this by following the advice and best practices listed above and choosing a respected trekking company like Nepal Guide Treks. We offer our clients responsible and environmentally friendly trek services, supports local areas, and lessen the environmental impact of tourism.

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The EBC Gokyo Chola Pass Trek’s Iconic Attractions and Monasteries

A walk across some of the most breathtaking scenery and well-known landmarks in the Nepal Himalayas is the Gokyo Cho La Pass trek with EBC. Some of the main sights and monasteries you’ll see on the way are listed below:


Lukla is a little town with a lively vibe and serves as the trek’s start. To begin your tour, you should first take a plane from Kathmandu.


The first stop on your walk is an idyllic village surrounded by magnificent trees and majestic mountains.

Namche Bazaar

As the primary heart of the Khumbu province, Namche Bazaar is an excellent site to visit the local stores and museums and get used to the high elevation.


This tiny group, encircled by markedly higher and lush forests, provides a spectacular view of the surrounding.


A tiny community encircled by majestic peaks, Machhermo significantly details the landscapes of the surrounding area.


A tiny settlement encircled by stunning lakes and steep peaks, Gokyo provides beautiful sceneries of the Himalayas beyond.

Gokyo Lakes

The Everest Base Camp Chola Pass Gokyo Trek’s must-see site, the Gokyo Lakes, is a collection of high-altitude lakes bordered by stunning mountains.

Cho La Pass

A renowned milestone on the Gokyo Cho La Pass trip, Cho La Pass is a challenging hike that rewards climbers with stunning views of the surroundings.


It is a little village with expansive views of the surrounding landscape bordered by gorgeous mountains.


A tiny community with stunning mountains surrounding it, Dzongla provides a beautiful view of the area.

Gorak Shep

The final stop before arriving at the Everest Base Camp, Gorak Shep, is a little township with a breathtaking countryside view.

Everest Base Camp

A popular stopover for tourists and climbers, the Everest Base Camp is an essential sight on the Gokyo Cho La Pass route.


The hike must consist of a stop at Kalapatthar, a high-altitude viewpoint with beautiful scenery of Mount Everest and the environs.


This charming settlement, flanked by majestic mountains, provides sweeping views of the area.

Tengboche Monastery

Tengboche is one of the major monasteries in the Khumbu region, an important historical and historically accurate Buddhist monastery.

On the Gokyo Cho La Pass trek with EBC, you’ll visit famous landmarks and monasteries, including a few. A distinctive blend of beautiful landscapes, important historical and cultural locations, and life-changing adventures may be encountered on the walk over Nepal Himalayas.

Independent Trekking in Manaslu: Benefits and Risks

Independent EBC Chola Gokyo Lake Trekking has its benefits and risks. Get to know some of the key benefits and risks of independent trekking:



Independent EBC Gokyo Chola Pass Trek is often cheaper than booking a guided trek, as you’ll save money on guide fees, permit fees, and other expenses.


Independent trekking allows you to set your own pace and schedule, making it ideal for those who prefer to go at their own pace.

Cultural interaction

Independent trekking allows you to interact more with the local communities, providing a deeper and more authentic cultural experience.


Independent Everest Base Camp Chola Pass Gokyo Trek is an excellent chance to test yourself, enhance your self-esteem, and feel as well as experience and accomplishment.


Safety Concerns

Independent EBC Chola Gokyo Lake Trekking can be challenging because you’ll be responsible for your safety, especially in emergencies.

Language barriers

Engaging with others during autonomous trekking might be difficult, especially in far-off countries where English is not generally spoken.

Route finding

Independent hikers will have to figure out how to get to where they’re going, which can be challenging in new territory, particularly in poor weather.

Altitude sickness

Independent hikers should be prepared to face the perils of high-altitude trekking, especially the possibly serious effects of morning sickness.

Lack of assistance

Independent hikers must rely on them, which can be challenging in isolated places with few amenities.

Independent trekking has advantages and disadvantages, so weighing both before opting for one is crucial. While solo trekking may be a terrific way to save cash and exert more choice over your trekking experience. Besides, it’s also necessary to be ready for the obstacles and dangers inherent in this type of trip.

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Embracing the Journey and Overcoming Obstacles on the Gokyo Cho La Trek with EBC

The EBC Gokyo Cho La Pass Trek is a challenging but rewarding journey that requires physical endurance, mental fortitude, and a desire to overcome adversity. Travelers would encounter various difficulties along the way, including high ascents and descents, altitude sickness, and unpredictable weather circumstances.

However, with good planning, attitude, and support, it is possible to triumph over these barriers and enjoy the process.

Proper preparation is one of the keys to success on the Gokyo Cho La Pass Trek with EBC. In the months leading up to the EBC Gokyo Chola Pass Trek, trekkers should engage in regular physical activity such as cardio, strength training, and hilly hiking.

They should also appropriately acclimate to the altitude and bring good gear and goods to ensure their safety and well-being.

Trekkers must be mentally and physically ready for the challenges of EBC Chola Gokyo Lake Trekking. They should begin the trip with a favorable feeling, a willingness to change according to the circumstances, and a sense of humility and respect for the natural environment and local culture. Establishing a supportive family, whether it is dreamed up of fellow trekkers, a guide, or a local community, is essential to offer guidance, advice, and assistance once needed.

With these tools and resources, trekkers can overcome adversity and achieve their objectives on the Gokyo Cho La Pass Trek with EBC.

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Immigration Office at Kathmandu Airport Facilitating Tourist Visa on arrival.

Visa Fees:

Two Weeks – 30 USD

One Month (Four Weeks) – 50 USD

Three Month (90 Days) – 125 USD

For more info, please email at info@nepalguidetreks.com

Visa Extension Fees:

Tourist Visa Extension required a minimum of 15 days (USD 45)and USD 3 for each extra days.

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Prakash Devkota

Meet with Prakash Chandra Devkota, Managing Director and Team Leader

Mr. Devkota hails from the beautiful hilly region of Gorkha District. He started his career as a guide in 1997 and quickly became a reputed figure in the Tourism Industry because of his extensive experience. He has gathered impressive experience in all Trekking and Climbing Routes, such as Mera, Island, Lobuche, Ama Dablam etc.

His success also lies in his brilliant mind and hospitable nature. He is fully dedicated to providing excellent services and introducing innovative concepts. With more than 15 years of experience in trekking and expedition operations in Nepal, Tibet, India, and Bhutan, he has earned a reputation as a renowned leader in the field. He understands the importance of personalized service for creating memorable experiences for his clients and constantly seeks innovative company operation methods.

Mr. Devkota has always been an avid practitioner of eco-friendly tourism and has always promoted environmental conservation throughout his career. He motivates his staff to embrace eco-friendly tourism through responsible tourism practices.

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Gokyo EBC Trek
Everest Cho La Pass Trek
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Everest Region
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