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Gokyo Valley and Everest base camp via Cho-La Pas Trek

Gokyo Valley and Everest base camp via Cho-La Pas Trek - 20 days

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20 days
Max. Elevation
Group size
Min 2
all ground transportation and domestic flights as per itinerary
Best Season
Sept, Oct, Nov, March, April, May
3*** Hotel in Kathmandu and Lodge / Tea House during the trek
Breakfast in Kathmandu and all meals during the trek
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Trip Route
Kathmandu - Lukla - Namche - Dole - Machermo - Gokyo Valley 3rd Lake - Gokyo Ri - Thagnak Chola pass - Lobuche - EBC - Kalapathar - Tengboche - Monjo - Lukla - Kathmandu


    • The only scenic Gokyo-Ri to offer world’s four highest peaks in one glance.

    • Enjoy the adventure covering the both scenic sides of high Khumbu valley.

    • Picturesque Gokyo Valley with emerald lakes and Himalayas longest glaciers.

    • Explore the beautiful Gokyo Valley and crossing high scenic Cho-La pass. 

    • On the foot of world famous Everest base camp and climb of high Kalapathar.
‘adventure on both scenic sides of high Khumbu around Everest region’
Gokyo Valley & Everest base camp via Cho-La Pas Treks, allows visitors to experience both scenic sides of Khumbu Valley. An enjoyable and exciting adventure crossing the high Cho-La Pass from the beautiful Gokyo Valley towards the famous and popular Everest base camp. Gokyo Valley is a picturesque country located North of Khumbu, away from the main trail of Namche Bazaar to Everest base camp.
The walk takes you to varied dramatic landscapes from a river gorge covered in a dense forest of pines and rhododendron. Then reaching barren wilderness areas high above Dudh Koshi River to the beautiful valley of lakes at Gokyo. 
Before the influx of trekkers, Gokyo Valley was a summer pasture for grazing Yaks and other domesticated cattle. At present, the area is the second most popular destination after Everest base camp, which make this adventure more interesting. 
Gokyo valley is also a mid-point of east and west Khumbu, bounded by Renjo-La in the south with Cho-La; towards the east. As well as the main route to the base of the world's 6th highest Mt. Cho-Oyu Base Camp. 
Gokyo Valley besides its emerald-colored lakes is famous for Himalaya’s longest Ngozumpa glacier. Interesting to know that the trek to Gokyo valley follows Dudh Koshi River upstream right up to its glacial source. Fed from the lakes of Gokyo and Ngozumpa glacier, which makes Gokyo Valley a special place for visitors.
The adventure begins from the main trails, starting from Lukla town and following the Dudh Koshi River through several lovely villages. Then heading higher above the river, after entering Sagarmatha National Park to reach Namche Bazaar.
Namche Bazaar is a modern Shangri-La, enclosed by high hills and snow peaks, where all houses are lined on an amphitheater. The capital of Khumbu Sherpa, where the busy and colorful Saturday Market is held once a week. An interesting place for rest as well as acclimatization, and exploring local cultures and exciting views of giant peaks. From Namche, Bazaar adventure leads towards our first highlight destination to high Gokyo Valley, on leaving the main busy trail.
Heading higher through river gorge and forested trail to Dole and then to Machermo settlements. As the walk proceeds further up to an open exposed ridge reaching Gokyo Valley and its simmering lakes. At Gokyo have pleasant moments with a hike to the top of scenic Gokyo-Ri for remarkable views of Gokyo Valley. Includes a grand vista of the world’s four highest peaks Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho-Oyu with an array of the mountain range.
After an exciting time at Gokyo Valley, the adventure follows to the eastern end of Gokyo towards the high Cho-La Pass. A steep haul of a climb on a rocky faint path to reach on top Cho-La pass, enclosed amidst towering peaks. Enjoy the close views of Cholatse, Nirekha, and Lobuche peaks, and then head downhill to Dzongla a small isolated settlement. From here the trail leads towards our final destination at Everest Base Camp on a gradual up to Lobuche and Gorakshep.
Then finally reaching our last highlight of the adventure at Everest base camp, within remorseless fields of ice and glaciers. Overlooking Khumbu Ice-fall and dramatic landscapes with Nuptse and Lhotse peaks towers high in between Mt. Everest. The next adventure takes you to the highest point of the trek on top of Kalapathar rocky hill. A magnificent high ridge rewards a spectacular panorama of surrounding giant peaks with the closest views of Mt. Everest.
On completing all major destinations, our route leads on an alternative trail to Lukla through Pheriche, Pangboche, and Tengboche. A grand scenic spot with a majestic, famous Monastery stands on a picturesque small plateau amidst lovely woodland. The journey continues downhill with short ups to Namche Bazaar and on the road to Lukla; the end of the adventure. At Lukla for the last overnight halt around Everest and Khumbu area, next early morning a smooth panoramic flight to Kathmandu. After a glorious adventure and wonderful experience on Gokyo Valley and Everest Base Camp via Cho-La Pass Trekking. 
Important notes:
Please be informed the flight to Lukla or back to Kathmandu, might get diverted to Manthali Airport in the Ramechap district. Which is about a 4-5 hours’ drive on approx. 156 km. driving distance, in case of flight diversion from Ramechap.
We might have to transfer the clients on Day 02, after the sightseeing tour in the afternoon time. For an exciting and scenic drive to Manthali town airport and stay in the best available hotels. The next morning to catch a flight to Lukla takes about 20 or 25 minutes to Lukla and vice-versa. The diversion is due to heavy air traffic at Kathmandu airport that coincides with other domestic and international flights. 
If the flight to Lukla is diverted from Ramechap rather than Kathmandu, as per the notice of Nepal Civil Aviation. Everest Adventure Tour will inform all our clients well in advance regarding the changes. 
Sometimes, due to bad unfavorable weather conditions either from Kathmandu, Ramechap, or Lukla. The flight can get delayed or lead to cancellation, in this situation please bear with us and understand. 
For the sudden inconvenience, in this situation, our guide and the head office will try our best for a good solution.
Whether to charter a Helicopter or wait for a few days till the weather clears for a normal flight from both ends.
Trekkers who wish to fly from Gorakshep to Lukla or back to Kathmandu on a helicopter can inform us. That is after visiting the Everest base camp and climb of Kalapathar, this will make the trek shorter by 3-4 days. In the comfort of a chopper flight back to Kathmandu.

Important Note

Trek Mode: On best available Tea-House / Lodge basis.

Trek Grade: Moderate to Adventurous.

Highest point: On top Kalapathar Hill at 5,643 m / 18,514 feet and
 Everest Base Camp 5,364 m / 17, 598 feet.
 Gokyo-Ri 5,357 m and Cho-La Pass 5, 420 m / 17, 782 ft.
Area of Trek: Nepal Far North Mid-East around Khumbu and Everest region.
Trek duration: 15 Nights / 16 Days with flights both ways Lukla to Lukla.

Total Trip: 19 Nights and 20 Days from main arrival to final departures.                                              

The Best Seasons for Gokyo Valley & Everest Base Camp via Cho-La Pass:
Interested people can join on this trek nearly all seasons, except for the wet months of monsoon. Which is mid-June to August during summer/monsoon seasons, where flights to Lukla seldom fly. Due to heavy monsoon dark rain clouds where visibility is poor for aircraft to fly and land.

The best favored seasons are spring and autumn/fall. The spring starts from March to May, when days are longer with enough sunlight hours.
 Normally the morning till mid-afternoon days are clear for views and scenic walks can get overcast late afternoon sometime. Can expect snowfalls, with cold morning and nighttime, and the mid-hills covered in the forest will be bright with wildflowers; in seasonal bloom. Especially the rhododendron of various colors from tall trees to bush, which is the national flower of Nepal.

The next high season is autumn/fall, from September to November, most days are fine and crystal clear. One can enjoy pleasant walks along with glorious views of surrounding snow-capped peaks. Days are much shorter due to limited sunlight hours, cold afternoons, and nights till morning time. Can get snowfall sometimes, but with a bright starry night sky.

Trekkers can also enjoy trekking to Gokyo Valley & Everest base camp via Cho-La Pass during the winter times of December to February. Most days are clear and sunny, but much shorter days due to limited sunlight hours. Cold freezing temperatures in the morning, evening, and night time, chances of snowfall also.

Culture and Religion on Gokyo Valley & Everest Base Camp Trek:
The native of the Solu-Khumbu district of North Mid-East Nepal is populated by the Sherpa of Tibetan origin. As the name ‘Sher’ means East and ‘Pa’ for people the tribes of Eastern Tibet. Migrated to the southern region of Everest with a history of more than the 17th century interwoven with the teaching of Buddha. Which is known as the Mahayana religion of Nyingma or Tibetan Buddhism sects. 

The Sherpa enjoys various religious events and festivals, the main events are Saga Dawa, the birth anniversary of Lord Buddha. As well the Tibetan New Year called Lo-Shar falls in February as per Tibetan Buddhism Calendar. The next major festival held around the Khumbu region of Everest is Mani Rimdu, which takes place in Tengboche Monastery. In mid-October or the first week of November as per the auspicious day chosen by the high priest from the Tibetan Lunar calendar.

Basically, the Sherpa are farmers raising and breeding live stocks, but since the arrival of foreign visitors. The local economy is dependent upon tourism, as one can experience this trek to Everest base camp from Lukla.

The Sherpa men folk are famous as natural mountaineers and high-altitude guides around the Himalayas. Where every Sherpa respects the mountains as the abode of God, Goddess, and holy spirits. On treks, can witness every house adorned with prayer flags, and every village is lined with prayer monuments.    

Trip Itinerary

On arrival at Kathmandu and Nepal International Airport, after clearing the visa formalities, and claiming the baggage. Head towards departure exit, where our staff receives you for a short transfer to the hotel. After getting refreshed join on the lobby with other members for Everest Base Camp briefing, provided by our guide, leader. On briefing full information of the treks, and hotels in Kathmandu as well of local cultures with do’s and don’ts. Evening a lovely dinner introduction to Nepali foods with exciting cultural programs. 

Morning after breakfast, our city / cultural guide takes you on a tour visiting world heritage sites around Kathmandu city. Includes Old Durbar Square / Palace Courtyard, residence of Living Goddess the Kumari; and to Swyambhunath Stupa with more 2,600 years of history. Then head towards holy Hindu temple of Pashupatinath and Bouddhanath a huge Buddhist Stupa. After an exciting and interesting tour back to hotel, preparation and packing for trekking.

Non-essential clothing and items not required for treks, can be stored in the Hotel or with Everest Adventure Tour.   

Starting early morning for super scenic flight to Lukla, a short drive to Kathmandu domestic airport. After going through security then board in a small spacious aircraft for sweeping short flight of 30 minutes or more. During air enjoy spectacular panorama of Himalayan range of peaks with views of Mt. Everest.

As plane makes landing on a short runways of Lukla’s Tenzing & Hillary Airport, after claiming the baggage. Having time for some refreshment, and start the trek following through Lukla town and then down to Dudh Koshi River.

Walking past lovely Sherpa villages, where path are lined with Buddhist monuments known as prayer walls. Facing grand views of Kongde and Kusum Kanguru peaks, the reaching Phakding for overnight halt. Located by the raging glacial Dudh Koshi River, check into a nice lodge with time to explore around.

Today’s walks takes you to famous Namche Bazaar, the Sherpa Capital of Khumbu region of Everest. Morning walk follows a nice pleasant trail with ups and down to cross a long suspension bridge. Then head for a short steep up to Monjo village with views of Tharmasarku peaks. A short walk from Monjo to enter Sagarmatha National Park, the cross a bridge above the same river to Jorsalle. 
The last settlement before Namche Bazaar, stopping here for possible lunch break, afternoon walk on the river bed. Walking within lovely cool forest of pines, fir and rhododendron trees, as route leads to cross a high bridge. From the bridge on undulating winding ups to Namche Bazaar for two overnight halt.

Namche Bazaar a fascinating small town with fancy restaurants, luxury hotels and resorts, as well many shops and stores. Facilities of banks and ATM for trekkers, an exciting place to be with close views of Kongde peaks.

A leisure and free day, for short hike higher up to support acclimatization before heading higher ground.

Places of interest in Namche Bazaar for short hikes:
The best and short hike above Namche Bazaar climb up to Park Museum, which is at approx. 3,550 m. An interesting place situated on a high ridge facing grand vista of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse with majestic Ama Dablam. Includes views of Kantega, Tharmasarku and Kwangde range of peaks with Khumbila, the patron god of Khumbu Sherpa. Enjoy tour of the museum nearby provides full information of Khumbu area, cultures and flora/ fauna.

The next good hike for few hours climb to Syangboche ridge with a small old airstrip. From here continue walk up to Everest View Hotel, located on a high green hill covered in beautiful forest. One of the world’s first luxury deluxe hotels and of Khumbu area, built in 1971. Has been listed on the Guinness Book of World Record in 2004 as the highest placed hotels. At the height of 3,962 m / 13,000 feet, enjoy the serene surrounding with views of Mt. Everest.

Optional Hike to Khumjung and Khunde villages, located down from Everest View Hotel on a wide glacial valley. Beneath Mt. Khumbila, Khumjung with 500 years old Gompa / monastery treasures a scalp believed to be of a Yeti.

Continue walk to Khunde, the first and only hospital of Khumbu built by late Sir Edmund Hillary. From here follow a pleasant trail and steep downhill back to Namche Bazaar.

From Namche Bazaar, morning a short climb then on the main winding trail facing glorious views of Mt. Everest. After an hour of good walk reaching a junction where trail to Everest base camp, Gokyo and Khumjung branches off. 
Our route diverts heading high to a scenic hill at Mong, a small place with few little lodge and shops. Enjoy magnificent panorama of snow-capped peaks and then downhill to a river gorge of Dudh Koshi at Phortse Tenga.  

Stopping at Phortse Tenga for lunch, a small settlement with few simple lodge and restaurants, amidst beautiful dense trees. Afternoon a slow climb into a gorge covered in rhododendron, pine and fir trees. As climb leads higher reaching an open area at Dole, a nice settlement with several good lodges for overnight stop. 

After a pleasant overnight in a nice lodge at Dole, morning a short steep climb leading to an open area. Where tree lines gets sparse for short rhododendron and juniper bushes, following the high ridge towards Luza. A nice small place with few lodges, as walk leads higher walking on gradual path reaching above Machermo.
Facing grand views of Mt. Cho-Oyu towards north with Machermo peak in the west. From the top a slow descend to enter a river gorge lined with willow and poplar or populus trees. A short steep up to a nice plateau where Machermo settlement located, arriving for lunch and overnight stop. 

A lovely place to enjoy the afternoon relaxing and marveling the surrounding views of high peaks.

Today another shorter day walk to Gokyo our first main destination. 
The morning trail leads to a steep up of less than half hour climb reaching an open exposed high ridge. As walk continues with views of Cho-Oyu and Cholatse peaks in the east with Dudh Koshi River down below. The morning walk proceeds reaching a small isolated place of Panga, from here heading closer to Gokyo.

The walk leads into a patch of vegetation and rocky areas, as climb starts reaching the first lake of Gokyo. Slowly the walk leads to second and then to third main lakes, close to the settlement of Gokyo. The lodge are situated further up from the 3rd lake, also called Dudh Pokhari (a milky pond). As the lake remains frozen with white ice most of the seasons. But when it is free from ice, looks like a turquoise or emerald colored lakes. Enjoy the afternoon after a nice lunch in the lodge restaurant, overlooking views of Cho-Oyu and surrounding towering peaks.

Early morning a 2-3 hours hike up to Gokyo-Ri ridge top, a good climb to support acclimatization; before crossing high Cho-La Pass. From the top of Gokyo-Ri, enjoy the glorious panorama of Gokyo valley with Ngozumpa glacier. 
Includes grand vista of world’s four tallest peaks, Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Makalu and Mt. Cho Oyu at one single look. From the top back to the lodge for breakfast and lunch. Energetic people can take the options, a long day hike to 5th lake, near 
Mt. Cho-Oyu Base Camp. Rest of the day enjoy short stroll along the lakes and saving energy for climb to cross Cho-La Pass.

A short day to Thagnak, situated at the end of Ngozumpa glaciers and on the base of Cho-La pass. Morning from Gokyo 3rd lake, the walk heads east past 2nd and the 1st lakes to Na. A small place of Yak herder’s with few simple stone huts, from here another hour walks to Thagnak. Reaching for lunch and overnight halt in the comfort of a nice and simple lodge. 

Start the day early morning before dawn, carrying packed lunch for the long tough day. Follow the lead guide with steep climb over rocky boulders of moraine, stopping for short refreshing break. The climb continues for 2-3 hours reaching on top Cho-La, the pass adorned with stone cairns and prayer flags. Having rest enjoy the superb grand views of Nirekha, Lobuche East and West peaks with Cholatse at near distance. After a pleasant stop, head downhill with care, can be slippery with some ice sections. The descent can take longer than two hours to reach an isolated settlement of Dzongla. Located close to an icy pond of Cholatse and Taboche peaks, a nice place with several good simple lodges.  

After a tough walk of previous day, the route from here onwards to Lobuche is pleasant with gradual ups. Start the morning after breakfast, heading towards Lobuche, after a short climb, reaching a nice gentle path. Where the main trail from Pheriche, Dingboche and Thugla joins en route to Everest base camp.

A nice pleasant walk brings you to Lobuche for overnight halt, a small settlement with number of good lodges.

Leaving Lobuche after an early breakfast for a long day walk to Everest base camp. Starts with nice pleasant morning walks, then reaching above Khumbu glacier, walk over rocky moraine and descend to Gorakshep. A small settlement with 3-4 nice lodges beneath the rocky black hill of Kalapathar and Mt. Pumori.

After a refreshing stop, continue walk heading east to Everest base camp, the trail follows on rocks and sandy path. The route leads to short ups and down reaching the Khumbu glacier at Everest base camp. Enjoy the dramatic landscapes similar to arctic zone covered in ice, snow and moraine amidst towering giant peaks.
Great close views of Khumbu Ice-Fall and glaciers, but Mt. Everest is blocked by Lhotse, Nuptse and Lola peaks. The places is busy with mountaineers during high season of climbing from March to May. After an overwhelming experience head back to Gorakshep for overnight stop.  

On achieving the main target and goal, another highlights to complete climb to the highest hill on top Kalapathar. Start early morning taking a slow and easy pace enjoying the surrounding scenery, after few hour of strenuous climb. Reach on the highest point of the adventure, for every hard effort rewards you with stunning panorama of snow-capped peaks. Enjoy the fantastic closest views of
Mt. Everest, Lhotse and Nuptse with Mt. Pumori close ahead.

After an overwhelming scenic panorama descend to Gorakshep for return journey, having breakfast walk downhill to Lobuche. From here to Thugla, where our route diverts downhill to Pheriche valley, can be quite windy during afternoon time. However the walk is pleasant to Pheriche a lovely settlement with number of great lodges for overnight stop. 

From Pheriche the walk gets better as you lose the altitude, heading down to Pangboche village. After Pangboche an easy descend to a bridge with last few hours climb to Tengboche for overnight halt. Enjoy the climb amidst beautiful forest surrounding on reaching the top, transfer into a nice lodge.

Tengboche a vantage scenic spot for spectacular panorama of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, includes an array of peaks. Enjoy close views of Mt. Ama Dablam, having time for tour of the impressive Tengboche Monastery. Rest of the afternoon marvel the great mountain scenery amidst beautiful dense tree lines.

Start the morning walk heading downhill, although a long day but pleasant on losing much altitude. Enjoy the morning glorious views of snow-capped peaks with Mt. Everest and walk down to Imjatse River. A slow uphill to Shanasha and Kyangjuma a small settlement with grand views of Everest and Ama Dablam. 
Walk leads on winding trail to Namche Bazaar for possible lunch stop, before heading more down to Dudh Koshi River. After Namche Bazaar descend to a river bank reaching Jorsalle and then short steep up, reaching the national park exit.

A short walk from the park to lovely Monjo village in the comfort of a nice lovely lodge.

Enjoy the last day walk of the journey to Lukla, following pleasant trail from one nice village to another. Crossing bridges few times towards Phakding, and then reaching Ghat village. After few hours of good walk, an uphill for an hour more to the entrance gate of Lukla. On reaching Lukla town transfer to a nice hotel or lodge for last overnight around Khumbu and Everest region.

Early breakfast and then short walk to Tenzing & Hillary airport, as the plane arrives. Get on board for a scenic flight of half hour to land at Kathmandu airport, and then transfer to your hotels. Rest of the day at leisure for individual activities after a great wonderful adventure on Gokyo Valley & Everest base camp via Cho-La Pass trek.

We have reserved a day free as contingency in case of flight day on both ends to and from Kathmandu and Lukla. As Himalayan weather even in the best seasons of the year, can be unpredictable with bad unfavorable weather. Where flights cannot operates, if all goes well according to our itinerary days. Enjoy the free day for shopping or join in for tour to Patan or Bhaktapur cities, worth a visit.

Final day in Kathmandu and Nepal, as time for your international flight for homeward bound or next port of call. Transfer to Kathmandu, Nepal international airport bidding farewell to your guide and staff, after a marvelous and enjoyable adventure on Gokyo Valley & Everest base camp via Cho-La Pass trek.

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    • All Arrival and Departure Transfer from airport to hotel and vice-versa, vehicles according to group size.  
    • Three star hotels in Kathmandu on bed and breakfast basis. 
    • Domestic airfare from Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu.

    • Full board trekking includes twin sharing accommodation on best available 
local lodges, includes Breakfast, lunch, dinner with afternoon tea / snacks.
    • Service of guide, trekking staff as per size of a group with porters.

    • Wages, meals, medical allowance of guides, trekking staff and porters.

    • Applicable Trekking Permits, includes Sagarmatha National Park
 Entrance Fees.

    • Comprehensive Medical Kit carried by our guide if required for minor 
wounds and sickness.

    • Sightseeing tour around Kathmandu valley as per the itinerary
    • Welcome or Farewell dinner in Kathmandu.

Doesn't Include

    • Nepal Visa, Personal Medical & Travel Insurance.

    • Expenses of personal nature, meals in Kathmandu and gratitude or tipping for trekking staff, drivers, porters and guide, including extra snacks and refreshments.

    • Personal trekking gear, including sleeping bags and down jackets (if it is not
 included on the trip cost).

    • Emergency Evacuation if required by any means of transportation, including
 Helicopter Service.

    • Personal medical kit, as advised by you doctors.

    • Early return from the trek due to personal domestic or medical reasons, no refund will be entertained on breaking the journey.


Frequently Asked Questions

It all depends upon the trip cost as per the itinerary set by Everest Adventure Tour. Normally we accommodate trekkers on normal standard lodge having nice rooms with good foods. But if the clients request us to upgrade the standard of lodge accommodation, we will certainly comply with the request and need of our valuable clients. Where the cost will be slightly higher on Luxury type lodges than on budget or standard lodge accommodation.

Trekkers will be surprised to find good food menu of varieties, from Tibetan, Nepali, Indian and Chinese to Continental. Includes long list of snacks and drinks for the customer delights in most lodges on treks. The lodge accommodation are nice and lovely according to the choices of the trekkers. From budget, standard to luxury accommodation, either attached or non-attached bath and toilets.

Trekkers should remember as the trek leads higher areas around Dingboche, Lobuche and Gorakshep. Where attached bath and toilets are not available due to freezing temperatures in the night and morning. Where all plumbing systems freeze, and stops the flow of water which will be filled with ice. 

On higher areas the lodge provides rooms with common toilets and bathrooms, which is much better than having in rooms. Due to harsh climate and terrain conditions, where all trekkers will understand and has to compromise. 

However, all lodges are clean with good rooms, having large dining with potbellied stoves to make the environment warm and cozy.

All lodges have hydro-power to run electricity, but from Namche Bazaar the places on overnight stops. Do have electricity run by solar power, where trekkers can charge their electronic items and gadgets. A fee is charged per hour for each items, as for internet and Wi-Fi, have connection. Depending upon the areas in deep gorge and valley, as well weather wise, can be disturbing with bad receptions. The best place is Lukla to Namche Bazaar and Pheriche as well at Tengboche. Other places works well with local SIM, which can be bought in Kathmandu at reasonable cost.

Gokyo & Everest base camp via Cho-La pass involves climb on high altitude, minimum 14 years, to be accompanied by parents or guardian. The oldest of 70 years, but all should be in good physical shape and in sound medical health. 

Even though some can take the challenge with some medical problem, should take advice from your doctors and inform the company on booking.

Besides grand vista of world’s highest mountains like Everest, Lhotse, Cho-Oyu and Makalu with other famous high peaks. One can enjoy grand views of dramatic landscapes, along with impressive cultures of Buddhism. Visiting monasteries and observe the local traditional custom of the Sherpa. If lucky can spot some wild-life like herd of Himalayan Thar, Musk Deer, and Mountain antelopes. 
Including colorful Danfe pheasant, national bird of Nepal, as well flock of snow pigeon and snow cock around higher areas. Snow Leopard also exists around Khumbu areas of Gokyo and en-route Everest base camp, but rarely seen. 

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