Gokyo Renjola Pass Trek is absulutley an amazing Trekking destination in Khumbu region. We will start walking through the Thame, Lungden then cross the pass Renjo-la 5465 m. Which is beautiful places to discovering the area of high mountain as well as an exploration to the pure nature and Sherpa culture of Everest region. We are offering the single pass Renjo-la to reach Gokyo Lake but there could be possiblities to add in the itinerary to do Two high Pass such as cho-la 5420 m then after all the way to Everest Base Camp completing the Circuit additionally.
Gokyo Renjola Pass Trekking in the area of world highest Mount Everest and Surrounding Snow-capped Peaks Standing in the massif Himalayas. Everest region became is popular in the world due to Everest Expedition and allot of Competition to hold world record in different skill of knowledge to summit Mount Everest from all over the world. we called Sagarmatha in Nepali Language. Gokyo Renjo-la Pass Trek is not dificult for those trekkers. Who wants to visit this admire places to see such as Phakding, Namche, Thame valley, Lungden and final pass Renjo-la to Gokyo lake is awesome. We will keep in our memory for lifetime experiences. Renjo-la pass to Gokyo Holy Lake Trek is an easy classical trek provides us specticulars mountains views such as Mount. Everest, Mount. Nuptse, Mount Lhotse, Mount Amadablam, Mount. Cho-yu and Mount. Makalu etc.
Renjo-la pass to Gokyo Trek route is one of the best hiking in the Khumbu valley (Everest region) We offer Renjo pass crossing through Gokyo to Nangpala is an amazing walk with surrounding of mountains. Comparatively, it is less crowded Trek in Nepal. This Renjo la pass Trekking is an incredible high pass before attempt the Gokyo-Ri
The Gokyo Renjo-la Pass Trek takes you to the Gokyo Lake via Dudh Koshi River from the village of the Sherpa inhabitants Namche Bazaar and Khumjung. Day hike to the Gokyo-Ri at the altitude of 5,360 m is the main highlights of this trek. It gives us massive Himalayas like large Ngozumpa Glacier range and snowcapped mountains just infront of you. We will end the trek all the way back from Gokyo to Machhermo, Dole and joint at Namche Bazzar until final day at Lukla.
Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM), is the largest and only international airport in Nepal, located 5.5 km east of the popular tourist neighborhood of Thamel.
Whilst Kathmandu lacks direct flights to most of Europe, Africa, North and South America and Australia, the airport is well connected and it is usually possible to reach Kathmandu with only one change of flight, in most cases using the same airline.
Commercial domestic flights are available to/ from Bhadrapur, Bhairawa, Bharatpur (Nepal) l, Biratnagar, Dhangarhi, Janakpur, Nepalganj, Pokhara, Simara, and Tumlingtar. Domestic flights take about an hour. The primary domestic airlines are air via, Yeti, Nepal Airlines, and Buddha Air. Domestic flights are almost always delayed and afternoon flights run the risk of cancellation as delays from the morning compound. Domestic flight schedule are available at Nepal Air flight
Your luggage is vulnerable entering and leaving this airport. Do not keep anything of value in checked bags, and if you lock the bag, the zipper may be forced open and broken. There is little to no security for your bags. You should also be aware that most luggage is treated quite poorly in Nepalese airports. It is recommended that all fragile and valuable items be kept in your carry on luggage.
Be aware that when you collect your luggage, an "airport baggage cart collector" may appear and assist you with a baggage trolley. Unless you insist on handling your own baggage, your items will be loaded on the trolley and will be conveyed with you to the entrance of the terminal. You will then be expected to pay a tip to this person. Arriving just beforehand in Nepal, you will often only have larger denomination foreign currency in your pocket, making the issue of a tip a bit of a problem. It's fine to pay the tip in foreign currency but make sure you have some small bills or coins on hand (even a dollar or two will be significant to Nepalis).
Try not to exchange money at the airport as there are service charges and lower rates offered than what you can get in Thamel or elsewhere in the city. If you Exchange your Money with us, you can definitely get better rates than Money Exchange so before going to your trip ask , our responsible person of the Company. If you keep the exchange receipt, you could change back to your original currency at the rate on the receipt
The Trip cost will be very depending on the size of the group, duration of the trip and services basis. Make your own team to customize the price so contact us about the tour packages via Email:email@example.com with your details to obtain a quote.
Arrival in Kathmandu 1310 m, welcome program by Himalayan Magic Treks at the Tribhuwan international airport (TIA) in Kathmandu then direct transfer to Hotel with Breakfast
Trek To Namche Bazaar 3440m, We will walk 5 hours overnight at Lodge
Acclimatization at Namche Bazar overnight at Lodge
Trek to Thame 3610 m, We will trek to Thame 5 ½ hours walk overnight at Lodge
Trek to Lungden 4380 m, We will trek 6 hours overnight at Lodge
Trek via Renjo Pass to Gokyo Lake Site 4790 m. We will trek via Renjo pass 5,360 m, where we will be able to see the incredible view of Ngozumba glacier, Mount Everest, Chho-Yo, Tabuche Cholatse, Makalu, Amadablam, Thamserku and many more. We will then trek down to Gokyo lake site which is about 6 ½ hours walk overnight at Lodge
Trek to Dole 4110 m. We will trek 6 hours overnight at Lodge
Trek to Namche Bazaar 3440 m. We will trek 6 hours walk overnight at Lodge
Trek to Phakding 2610 m, We will trek 5 hours overnight at Lodge
Trek to Lukla 2840 m, We will trek 4 hours overnight at Lodge
We will fly back via Ramechhap to Kathmandu transfer to Hotel with Breakfast
Departure to airport for your onward destination
Upon your arrival at the airport our representatives person with a Himalayan Magic Treks (LOGO) sign board, to show you on your arrival exit gate. Who taking care of you with reception then safely drive to the hotel, Briefing about program details before going to Mountains. At the airport we cannot enter the interior of the airport because a person who doesn’t have a plane ticket is not allowed to enter.
We give our first priority to serve the customers with the most standard level. As for the accommodation, we have been providing star hotels in Kathmandu and even Mountain guest houses during the trek according to their need and requirement. We provide convenient Guest House with sound environment and hygienic foods for the guest to make healthy their trip. Everest region is popular and has wonderful accommodation facility compared to the condition of elderly times.
We get a paradise of delicious food in Kathmandu valley. We have a lot of restaurants with different cuisine in city but during the Lodge trek we get to eat Continental, Indian and Nepali menu choices like Pasta, Pizza, Mo: Mo, Soup, Dal Bhat, Hot drinks Tea & Coffee etc. Our Guide (Leader) will manage and advice the Food for beloved Guests to be satisfy
Being homeland of Himalayas, it’s obvious to have challenging routes, dangerous weather, health issues; any of these situations is enough to ruin your trip. Leading around the steeply hills and rocky routes is not a job of common climbers and trekkers. Himalayan Magic Treks have been providing native leaders and staffs working in this field perfectly since many years to overcome tough challenges and make your trip a golden memory. Our Guides are trained and well certified by the Government of Nepal. Our staffs have received proper emergency guidance and evacuation education in the Himalayas. They are also entirely aware of correct knowledge of first aid to the victims. We have never and will never compromise on the safety to our clients; therefore, we provide insurance and medical services during the trek and compensation when they needs.
To pass through challenging routes and to ensure your safety and comfort, we need adequate number of staffs. It includes guide, porter, driver, assistant guide and so on. We provide guide in every trip while one assistant guide to every 4-9 group of guests and two with every 10 crew. As for the porters, we send 1 porter for every 2 guest. The number of porter also varies to the load of the clients; a porter’s maximum load is 25kg. Our staffs are professional and expert guides (leader) who can speak languages like English, French, Germany, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and other as required. We can also manage any other staffs as per your demands.
Equipment does matter to make your trip comfortable and better so you must be serious about check list before going to trek. We advice to take general equipment for the trek click here on link about equipment lists
Security is our primary concern from your first day you will be under our service and protection. Our staff will pick you up at the airport and will assist you to your hotel. We have proper remedial services during the trek with professional staffs and services like first aid, and we will help to arrange oxygen bag and helicopter service for emergency rescue. We also focus on acclimatization days to get rid of altitude sickness. We will take care of you on arrival to till on in your final departure date (airport drop services)
Autumn (September - November) and spring (March - May) is the best season for trekking and mountaineering in Nepal. Weather is mostly clear and temperature is moderate in these seasons which offer beautiful views without any obstruction. Spring grants you beautiful flowers, plants and rare animals. Walking is favorable during these seasons. Summer (June - August) and winter (December - February).
Though summer has heavy monsoon rainfall, it is very much clearer to trek around Upper Mustang Trek, Upper Dolpo Trek and Nar Phu valley Trek since they are rain shadow areas. Everest View Trek, Langtang Ganja-la Pass Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek as well as Tibet trek are always better to trek in winter season.
Trekking can be challenging and exhausting. So you might need some fitness training and experience for some tough trial. Nepal Trekking in Everest Base Camp does not require past experience or extreme fitness even though we have more challenging routes in different region compared to that of Everest. Trekking in Himalayas always takes us to challenging altitudes and rocky routes. You could ask for proper rest time and acclimatization to sustain your strength. Mountains can never be achieved in a day. We always provide the detail in our itinerary. However certain training like running, skipping and other workouts will definitely be beneficial in such challenging routes.
Altitude sickness is a major risk when trekking. You might experience it on any trails above 2,500 m however; good health, proper care and drinking plenty of water will definitely help you to prevent from altitude sickness. Every trekkers needs to be familiar with the heights and altitude so, for this we have life saving appropriate acclimatization days during the trek, We also provide certain medical support for your relief and emergency rescue through helicopter whenever the situation gets worse.
Our only goal in the Himalayas is to leave the memories and foot prints; Himalayan Magic Treks is concerned on environment pollution issue and global warming. We are always serious and genuine about our garbage during the trek especially during camping. We collect the rubbish and dump it to the proper place to protect our environment and also appeal our clients to do the same. We partake in every program conducted in KEEP (Kathmandu Environmental Education Project) and other environmental conservation programs. We want to promote Safe environment act and stand against pollution & global warming.
Sometimes trekking in the Himalayan region passes through unexpected complication like natural calamity, health challenges and many other problems that might result to the changes of the itinerary. So, we kindly request you to cooperate with your guide and the team in such situation.