Gokyo lake Trek with Renjo la pass

Trip Overview
  • Duration 14 Days
  • Difficulty Level Moderate or Grade B (**)
  • DestinationNepal
  • Meals & AccommodationBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Trip Start & EndKathmandu-Kathmandu
  • Trip TypeTrekking
  • Major AttractionRenjo La Pass, Gokyo Ri
  • Maximum Altitude5357 Meters
  • Best TimeSpring, Autumn


  • Gokyo lake with Renjo la pass trek wonders the Himalayas on earth.
  • Panoramic views of Everest Himalayas range with the world's highest peak.
  • Reflections of a snow-capped mountain on Gokyo lake.
  • The biggest Nagazumpa glacier will show the beauty of treks.

Gokyo Lake Trek with Renjo la Pass gives you a better view of the world's highest peak Mt. Everest (8848m), and other panoramic mountain views.  Renjo la Pass trekking with Gokyo Lake trek is a hidden trekking area in the Everest region, a challenging and adventure trekking trail in the Everest area. The best panoramic views of Mt. Everest, including Cho Oyu and the other Himalayas, will show from Everest Renjo la Pass top.

Mountain Rock Treks offers an Itinerary of 14 days Renjo la pass trek guided you to the gateway to Mt. Everest Base camp trek, Khumbu Valley, the Biggest Sherpa village Khumjung, World heritage site Sagarmatha national park with flora and fauna.

 After acclimatization day in Namche Bazar, we will go to Gokyo Lake. Gokyo Lake is a holy lake in Hinduism and Buddhism, where around 500 Hindus take a sacred bath in August during the Janai Purnima festival. About 7,000 tourists visit Gokyo Lake via EBC Chola Pass or Renjo la Pass per annum.

The Renjo La pass trekking from Gokyo Lake follows through the land of Sherpa culture. It offers you stunning panoramic views of the Himalayas of Everest area, including the highest peak in the world, mt Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8516m), Cho Oyu (8,201m), Mt. Makalu (8463m), Nuptse (7855m), Mt. Pumori (7145m), Ama Dablam (6856m), Thamserku(6723m) and other several peaks above 6000 meters. Along the trek to Gokyo Lake via Renjo la pass, you can catch a view of the Himalayas, including this highest peak.

Renjo la pass trek top gives us a magnificent view of lakes, Himalayas, and valleys, an incredible combination of natural beauty and our real feeling about a planet. We organized a different trips for different trekkers who love group fixed or private departures. Mountain Rock trek and expedition believe in teamwork, and our primary mission is to get an achievement from our trekking team from operating staff, guides, potters, and others.

After the Gokyo Ri Trek via Renjo La passes, follow the way to Marlung thame Everest gateway Namche Bazar and to Lukla. We have one free day after a trek, and we can do a Kathmandu city tour, including Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, Syoyambhunath, and Kathmandu durbar square. Other itineraries follow the Gokyo Lake trek, which is more adventurous and challenging, like the Everest base camp trek via Gokyo Lake, Gokyo Lake trekking, and three high-pass trekking.

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Upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport and fulfillment of all procedures, a member of our staff will greet you there and transport you to the hotel. Following breakfast, the next day,  we will take 30 minutes thrilling flight to Lukla from Kathmandu. We proceed from the Tenzing Hillary Airport to the crew's meeting place to make plans and final preparations. It takes about three hours to get from Chaurikharka village to Phakding, which has a brief ascent to aid in acclimatization. The beginning of the following day's walk is through pine trees and pasturelands with a number of suspension bridges to cross at different locations of the Dudh Koshi River. We 

finally arrive at a viewpoint offering the first glimpse of Mount Everest after walking for almost two hours. We arrive at Namche Bazaar after passing through Jorsale. The following day is a rest day. The following morning, we set out on our trek early to ensure that we have a clear view of the peak. After descending, we pass Kayangjuma and arrive at the intersection of the EBC and  Gokyo valley. The sacred Khumbilai is charmingly present as we ascend to Mong La pass from here. We finally arrive in the tiny settlement of Dole after crossing a few bridges and waterfalls. The trail travels past Lhabarma and reaches Luza after ascending a ridge. The five-hour trek comes to an end at Machhermo, where we will spend the night. The trail ascends through a ridge from Machhermo to a Chorten. We arrive at a third lake, DudhPokhari, where the Gokyo settlement is located, by descending to the river bank. After such an exciting day, we will seek refuge in the lovely and well-equipped town with Cho-Oyo as a backdrop, as well as its magnificent surroundings. The following day, we leave early for Gokyo Ri (5360m). It takes four hours to make the difficult ascent to the peak. From the peak of Gokyo Ri, the fourth, fifth, and sixth lakes are visible. Then, early in the morning, we set out to walk to Renjola pass. We divert from the main Gokyo Valley trail to follow the Renjo la trail by DudhPokhari. In order to go to  AngladumbaTsho, the trail continues down the stairs. We come over RelamaTsho and Renjo Lake on another stroll. We arrive at Marlung, where we will spend the night, after an hour of walking. The following day, we go from Marlung to Thame using the conventional route. We reach  Langmuche Khola after crossing the Bhote Koshi and descending to Taranga. To go to Samde, we then cross the bridge. We arrive at Thamo village after descending the steep path. We then arrive in the community of Phurte. Then we move on to Namche. We leave Namche on the eleventh day and arrive in Lukla. Then we will take an early morning flight from Lukla to Kathmandu. The next day, after breakfast at the hotel, we depart on a sightseeing trip of the Kathmandu valley,  stopping at Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, Buddha, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. Then the 14th day is our last day, you will take flight back to home.

Day to Day Info

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Arrival in Kathmandu. Our Airport Representative will meet you at the Tribhuwan International Airport. Drop to the Hotel by private tourist vehicle is arranged. You can either take a rest or meet us at our office and know the detailed arrangement of the Trek. Overnight stay at the hotel.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 1320m

After breakfast, the early flight to Lukla from Kathmandu airport is thirty minutes of breathtaking mountain views. From the Tenzing-Hillary Airport, we move on to meet the rest of the crew and make arrangements and final preparations. The hike to Phakding takes around three hours and passes the Chaurikharka village to follow the Dudhkoshi River, a short one to assist acclimatization. Overnight stay in a lodge.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 3-4 Hours
  • 2610m

Today’s walk starts with pine forests and pasture lands with several suspension bridges to cross at various points of the Dudh Koshi River. Upon reaching the confluence of Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi, the climb becomes steeper. Finally, after walking for about two hours, we reach a viewpoint giving the first sight of Mount Everest. After passing Jorsale, we reach Namche Bazaar, the gateway to Everest and a trading center where we take rest for the day.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 3-4 Hours
  • 3443m

Namche Bazaar, the biggest settlement in the Khumbu region, is well facilitated with ATMs, Internet cafes, restaurants, bakeries, et cetera. Although it’s a rest day for acclimatization, we go for a short hike to a nearby viewpoint (Thame or Khunde) and take a tour of the place, including the Tourist Visitor Center, where we brief information about Everest climbers, Sherpa people, and their culture and flora and fauna of the region.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 3443m

We start our walk early in the morning to get clear views of mountain ranges, including Everest, Lhotse, AmaDablam, and Thamserku. The trail takes a wavy path along which the luscious vegetation and animals such as musk deer, Himalayan Thar, pheasant, et cetera keep company. Passing Kayangjuma after a downhill, we reach the junction to EBC and Gokyo valley. From here, we climb to Mong La pass, where the sacred Khumbilai has a charming presence. Passing Mong La, Rhododendron forests and wildflowers get abundant animal life. Finally, passing a few waterfalls and bridges, we reach the small village of Dole. Overnight stay.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 4200m

After climbing a ridge, the trail moves through Lhabarma and to Luza, where we pass summer settlements of the locals. Views of Kantega, Cho Oyu, and Thamserku stay with us as we walk along the trail. The scenic hillside walk leads continue with the deep Dudh Koshi valley views. Finally, the five-hour walk ends at Machhermo, our stop for the day. A beautiful stream that originates from KyajoRi and PhariLapche runs through this village, where you can hear stories of the first sighting of Yeti.

  • Teahouse
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 4470m

From Machhermo, the trail ascends to a Chorten through a ridge. The ridge has views of Thamserku, Kangtega, Cho-Oyu, and the valleys below. The valley slowly widens as the easy trail passes another Chorten and reaches Pangka. Descending to the river bank, we then begin our steep climb to the moraine of Ngozamba Glacier. We pass through the mesmerizing natural beauty of the turquoise lakes Longpongo and TabocheTsho and reach a third lake, DudhPokhari, where the Gokyo village is situated. With the backdrop of Cho-Oyo, the beautiful and well-facilitated town and its outstanding periphery are our shelters after this adventurous day.

  • Teahouse
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 4790m

We start early today to Gokyo Ri (5360m), which lies above the village. The steep climb of about four hours to the top is quite strenuous yet rewards with one of the best views of Everest, Makalu, and Lhotse, among others. The fourth, fifth, and sixth lakes show from the top of Gokyo Ri. Stay overnight at Gokyo village.

  • Teahouse
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 5883m

Today we start to walk to Renjola pass early in the morning. We leave the main trail of Gokyo valley to take Renjo la trail by DudhPokhari. After 3 hour's walk, You can enjoy the vista of Everest, Lhotse, Cholatse, and Taboche. The trail continues down the stairs to reach AngladumbaTsho. On another walk, we see RelamaTsho and Renjo Lake. Then we walk through the narrow valley teemed with giant boulders to Lumde. After an hour's walk, we reach Marlung, where we will stay tonight.

  • Teahouse
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 4470m

The next day we follow the traditional route followed for centuries by the Tibetan traders, which is a descent from Marlung to Thame. Crossing BhoteKoshi, descending to Taranga, we reach LangmucheKhola. We can view astonishing views of the mountains such as Thamserku, Katenga, Kusum Kangguruetc from the lodges besides seeing the famous Buddhist shrine (Gompa) at Thame. Next, we cross the bridge to reach Samde, which offers the breathtaking beauty of the mountain view. Down the steep path, we reach Thamo village, where there is a monastery called Khari Goma, the nunnery. Next, we reach the world’s highest power station built with Australian Aid, after which we reach a small village called Phurte, where there is LaudoMonastry. Finally, we go Namche through gompas, prayer flags, and courtesan Mani stones. Overnight in Namche.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • (3443m)

Today is the final day of the three-day high pass trek. We start from Namche and reach Lukla today, but the challenges are enormous walking down the steep with shaky legs until we reach the airport area. Then, crossing the bridge over Dudh Koshi.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 2850m

An early morning flight from Lukla to Kathmandu. The taking off is a dramatic scene, just like the landing. You can use the rest of the day for sightseeing or relaxation and celebration.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 1320m

After breakfast in the hotel, we go for a sightseeing tour to visit Pashupatinath temple, Swayambhunath, Baudha, Krishna temple, and Kathmandu Durbar Square around the Kathmandu valley.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast
  • 1320m

Today is the last trip of the trek. You can do some shopping and fly back home.

    We are pleased to offer the flexibility of tailoring your journey to your desired duration and places, whether extended or shortened, as our proficient team of locals-cum-guides, porters, and accompanying staff have an in-depth understanding of every location traveled.

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    Trip Map

    Gokyo lake Trek with Renjo la pass map

    Cost Details


    • Airport / Hotel / Airport pick up & drop by private vehicle.
    • All your stander Meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during the trek.
    • Tea House hotel accommodation during the trek.
    • A highly experienced, helpful, and friendly government license holder Guide, his food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment, and medicine.
    • one Potter Between two.
    • Round Trip flight fare Kathmandu - Lukla
    • Kathmandu & domestic airport taxes in Kathmandu and Lukla airport for groups and crews.
    • National Park permits.
    • TIMS (trekkers’ information management System.)
    • All ground transportation.
    • All our government taxes.
    • Official expanse.


    • Your travel insurance. (Compulsory)
    • International airfare.
    • Nepal entry visa fee.
    • Items of a personal nature include alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, and laundry.
    • Personal trekking Equipment.
    • tips for guide and potter etc

    Dates & Price

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    Essential Info

     Travel insurance

    When going for a trek to the Everest region, you need to take all types of insurance. It would help if you took all the insurance for your safety. It includes medical insurance and accidental insurance. 

    For the safety of our guests considering the Everest Base Camp Trek, we strongly advise them to get travel insurance. During Everest Base Camp Trekking, you will be experiencing a remote location. Therefore, we will be forced to deploy an airlift to provide you with immediate medical care in an accident or any unforeseen medical emergency (which seldom occurs).

    Until travel insurance or the Passenger commits to pay the fee to pay the costs, rescue providers, particularly emergency evacuation service providers, do not get ready. As a result, travel insurance is essential when walking to Everest's base camp.

    Packing List

    The following is the list of the things and equipment that we will need to carry with us when you are heading on the journey. 

    1. For the upper part of the body

    • Hat: You'll need a nice, wide-brimmed trekking hat to keep the sun off your face. Lightweight, simple to carry, and neck-covering styles are the best. The primary reason for wearing a hat while trekking is to protect yourself from the sun while you're out on the trail.
    • Headlamp: Along with the hat, it is better to carry a headlamp with you during the trek. Headlamps are lights that are worn on a person's head. Due to their hands-free operation, these gadgets are great for trekking and hiking. It's ideal to have your hands free when hiking so you can deal with anything Mother Nature throws at you or pull your stuff. At night, trails can be hard to navigate. These footprints generally incorporate pebbles, tree roots, twigs, and even animals and resemble an uncharted maze. These hazards can be dangerous, and having your hands free allows you to catch yourself, move obstacles, sprint, or fend off an enraged rabbit on the track.
    • Woolen Hat: When you move to higher elevations, you get a high chance of being caught by cold. So, it is suggested to carry a woolen hat with you for your protection. Not every hat is equally suitable for trekking, so it is safer to take a woolen hat; it will be available with you if you need it. 
    • Sun Protecting Hat: Day during your trial can be sunny, and the rays directly showered upon you. It will protect UV rays from entering your skin. We must be more careful regarding our heads and protect the scalp from sunburn and skin cancer. 
    • Sunglasses: As we move towards high altitude, the atmospheric layer becomes thinner, which increases exposure to harmful rays because the capacity to filter these rays becomes less. Therefore, we need to carry sunglasses to protect our eyes from harmful rays.

    2. Body Part

    • Waterproof jackets and trousers: Rain on the path is always possible, especially if you intend to hike between June and September (we strongly advise against walking in the region). We recommend bringing rain gear with you as a precaution, preferably a gore-tex membrane hardshell jacket. An inexpensive pair of waterproof pullovers will typically be enough for pants.
    • T-shirt: It is suggested to wear light clothes during trekking to avoid extreme sweating and discomfort. A t-shirt is best to wear during such trips. 
    • Clothing: Layering is a significant walk component due to the considerable fluctuation in altitude and temperature. You'll be able to quickly adapt to the climate and be comfortable and safe if you can add and remove layers of clothes while trekking. If you intend on hiking during the cooler winter months of December through February, you'll want to bring some extra layers.
    • Gloves: You will need to carry your gloves with you because gloves will help protect your hands from sweat, extreme weather conditions, and other inconvenient situations that may cause discomfort and injury.

    Lower Body Clothing

    • Thermal Inners: Thermal inners are insulators between your body and the surrounding cold air. They trap body heat and prevent heat loss. Use the ones generally made with polyester or give extra comfort and flexibility.
    • Trousers: A full-length pair of trekking trousers provides solid path protection, preventing cuts and scratches from prickly plants, twigs, rocks, and other hazards. This allows you to travel calmly while trekking without the sound of rustling plants and enables you to get near to animals without making a nuisance.
    • Down Jacket: One of the most significant purchases you'll make is a down jacket. On a hiking or climbing journey throughout the journey, having the correct warm, insulating layer may make or break your pleasure level. When you are heading for a trek in the Everest region, You must include a down jacket in your packing list. 

    3. Footwears

    • Trekking Boots: Trekking boots are necessary as they are specifically designed to protect the foot and ankles during long-distance trekking. They are one of the essential items of trekking as they can determine a trekker's ability to walk long distances without injury.
    • Socks: A trekking sock is essential for avoiding blisters. Unlike a weak, stinking cotton sock, a hiking hose will not continually brush against the back of your foot and will give substantial protection from friction caused by your shoe. The socks maintain a constant temperature for the feet. Socks are incredibly soft and comfortable on foot.

    4. Other Types of Equipment for Trekking 

    • Trekking Poles: Trekking poles intersperse your arms and shoulders into the trekking movement, allowing you to use better muscles to force yourself uphill and control your downhill. The result is an expansion in rate without an accumulation in leg soreness.
    • First Aid Kids: First aid kits are a must-have for every trekker. They help you with necessary treatment during the trial. Thus to minimize the risk of infection or injury severity, we must take it with us. A well-stocked kit contains items that treat burns, injuries, scrapes, and cuts.
    • Sleeping Bags: Though we will be staying in hotels and there will be services, still take no risk and carry a sleeping bag with you. If you want the best night's sleep on the trail, it is recommended to take your sleeping bags with you.
    • Personal Bags: When going on an outdoor trek, you want to be sure that you'll be comfortable the entire time. A bag is fundamental if you're hiking a long and challenging walk. The type of trekking backpack you use will significantly impact how pleasant your adventure will be. If you're carrying many goods, you'll need a bag that distributes the weight properly, so you don't get tired soon.

    Altitude Sickness and Prevention

    Altitude sickness refers to symptoms that occur when your body is exposed to a higher elevation for an extended length of time.

    When traveling to higher altitudes, there is a maximum chance of suffering from AMS (Acute mountain sickness).

    When people are traveling and rising or being moved to a higher level fast, altitude sickness is prevalent. The lower the air pressure and oxygen levels are, the higher you climb. Our bodies can handle the change, but it will take time for them to acclimate. Preventing altitude sickness also requires staying hydrated. During your climb, drink plenty of water. Climb at a comfortable speed for you. It's also crucial to remember that even if you're taking acetazolamide, you might still experience altitude sickness. The drug will not help you if you already have symptoms. The only effective cure is to descend to a lower altitude.

    So to prevent AMS, we will take two acclimatization breaks every thousand meters. We will trek at the higher altitude but sleep in, the lower to cure this altitude sickness. If we suffered from acute mountain sickness, we would take rest immediately at the same place. We will drink more liquid to stay hydrated, like soup and water, to energize. If the case starts to get worse, we will have to take rescue by helicopter.

    Passport and Visa

    A passport is the most crucial need when we are out on our trip. We need to take at least one copy of our passport and visa. We will get the access before we arrive. A Nepal visa is required to visit the Everest region. You can receive a ticket on arrival at the main entry points, but if you like to be prepared, you may apply for a Nepal visa ahead of time. Most essential, you must have your passport and two passport-size pictures. You'll also need to obtain a Mountaineering License (Everest climbing permit) from the Tibet Mountaineering Association if you intend to go to the advanced base camp of Everest. 

    Banking and ATM

    Typically our package is enclosed with food and accommodation, so, for personal use, you might need cash. However, there is less chance of getting an ATM. Therefore, you will need to carry some money before heading out for the trek. We have two ATMs on the Everest route, but this might not always work because of the satellite. Lukla and Namche Bazaar are the only two stations on the Everest Base Camp route where ATMs are available.

    Guides, Porters, And Tipping System in Nepal

    Our Everest Base Camp trekking guide porters will be fully insured and knowledgeable about the Everest region journey, not only Everest Base Camp. We have been helping and promoting local people from the beginning of the Everest Region Trek. For your trekking trips in Nepal, we guarantee that we will offer you outstanding guides and skilled porters.

     Local Guides are English-speaking locals who will accompany you on the path for the duration. They won't carry your baggage, but they will be able to answer your questions and provide information about the location as you go. 

    It is always suggested that you take a guide with you. Because when traveling at a high elevation, you might suffer from AMS if you are not much familiarised with treks guide will be very supportive to you. 

    During the journey, porters will carry your luggage for you. They speak very little English and will be unable to comprehend any inquiries you may pose. To help you travel freely, you can take your porter with you to help you carry your things. 

    As for Tipping, It will cost you 10 percent of the total cost. This ten percent is further distributed as 60 to the guide and forty to the porter.

    Everest trek food and accommodation


    The Everest Base Camp climb is a lodge hike. You will spend the night at a clean and pleasant lodge managed by a local family. A tiny room with two twin beds and a separate bathroom with a familiar washroom facility may be available in higher-elevation lodges. Carry a decent sleeping bag to remain warm because the lodge's blanket will not suffice. We have both luxury and basic accommodation.

     We can get luxury accommodations are Lukla, Phakding, Manjo, Namche, Everest view hotel, and Debuche. Rest at other places we can get better accommodation but not like these places.  

     Our Everest Base Camp trek package includes three meals (breakfast, lunch, and supper) during the expedition. 


    All meals are prepared according to the lodge's menu. Usually, there is a multi-cuisine option on the menu. Pizza, burgers, fish & chips, freshly made coffee, bakery products, and other items are available in Lukla and Namche Bazaar. Namche Bazar and Lukla have several options for food, but mostly you can only find regular food. 

    The Everest view hotel provides outstanding tea and food services to trekkers. In addition, you may order a warm, and nutritious breakfast, lunch, or supper made using locally sourced organic ingredients. The menu ranges from Western to Indian and regional cuisines.

     For breakfast, you must have traditional Tibetan bread and bread/ Chapati. There is also a large selection of hot soup alternatives. In addition, pancakes, oatmeal, muesli, and omelets are all available.

    Similarly, hot drinking water is available for refilling your reusable water bottle in lodges and tea shops. (Nepali cuisine, freshly prepared and sanitary)

    Booking terms and conditions

    For booking we are flexible, but when you confirm you have to pay 25 percent and the rest, you can spend on arrival. We don't have any hidden charges. 

    Note:- If you plan to join a group, we have different terms and conditions for this, and you can contact us.

    Our reservations are made through Mountain Rock Treks & Expedition Pvt. Ltd. To reserve a package, fill out a Booking Form and send it to the Company with your deposits and insurance payment (if applicable). You will be required to pay a non-refundable deposit of 25% of the trip fee at booking for all trips. You can pay the remaining balance after arriving in Kathmandu and before the tour departs.

    The Company or its Agent should receive the non-refundable deposit. Tailor-made vacations with the Company may demand a larger deposit or full payment at booking. If a deposit is required in addition to that specified in this section, the firm will notify you at the time of booking. You can use a bank transfer or a credit card deposit to secure a reservation (Visa or MasterCard). Follow the instructions on the reservation form.

    Last-minute booking for Everest Region Trek

    We are flexible on booking. However, when it comes to last-minute cancellations, we are non-refundable. So if you want to join one of our Everest Base Camp Trek packages at the last minute, you must pay the total package price to secure your spot.

    We'll do our best to get things in order at the last minute. Make sure you arrive in Kathmandu at least a day before the adventure begins. Further for information, please get in touch with us directly.

    A Client's cancellation must be in writing and confirmed by the Company. The cancellation price will be determined by the date the Company or its Agents receives the cancellation request.

    If you decide to cancel at the last minute after you have confirmed it, you will forfeit the 25% payment. Likewise, if you choose to cancel your trip after it has begun for any reason, you will lose the whole trip cost. Unfortunately, we don't provide refunds once you've started your journey.

    It is strongly recommended that the Client purchase termination insurance at the time of booking.

    Travel Tips ( Electricity, Internet, ATM, Luggage, tipping, personal expenses)

    There is no electricity in all those places, so it's better to have your backup. As for backup, we can still use batteries and chargers, but you need to pay extra charges for that. In the lodges, there are charging kiosks where you may set up your gadgets. But, again, you might have to pay a small fee for the service. So bring extra chargers or a solar charger with you.

    There might not be internet facilities in all places for the internet so that you can use data.

    You might also need to pay additional charges to use the internet facility. The internet connectivity along the trekking path is spotty at best, and it only gets worse as you climb higher. Please don't get caught up in sharing the adventure; instead, try to enjoy it as much as possible.. 

    So it is recommended to have your cash for your expenses. You can use it for electricity, internet, and other additional costs like bakeries and pastries and money for tipping. Because there are no ATMs above Namche Bazar, bring extra cash to spend while walking. On the road, you may require some money to purchase more beverages, food, or amenities such as a hot shower, internet, etc. 

    You ripped extra baggage for free in the hotel's locker room. Each trekker can bring up to 10 kilograms of hiking gear (carried by porters).

    Tipping will not be included in the cost of our EBC trek package because it is required. However, the guide and porter anticipate some. 

    Keep some cash on hand if you want to buy souvenirs, food, or beverages. Other costs, like travel insurance and foreign flight tickets, are not included in our package price. For further details, see our cost includes and exclusions section.

    Lukla's flight cancellation

    We have very unpredictable weather in the Himalayas, so our flight will be unscheduled some of the time. But sometimes, because of the weather, our flight will be delayed or canceled. We will have other options to take a helicopter or postpone for the next time, so better to have added one or two days after the trip to ensure your international flight wouldn't be disturbed. 

    Due to inclement weather, flights from Kathmandu to Lukla/Kathmandu may be delayed or canceled for a day. Even in the finest season, something may happen. As a result, Mountain rock treks and expeditions always recommend staying an extra night in Kathmandu. If your vacation goes well, you may be able to take a Kathmandu city tour and purchase souvenirs.

    If you need to cancel your journey to Lukla, we will rebook you on the next available flight. Alternatively, if you prefer to rent a helicopter to Lukla, we can assist you with that as well.

    How Tough/Difficult is the Everest Region Trek?

    As for the treks done in the Everest region, We have various trek packages. Some are easy, and some are moderate and difficult as well. 

    List of the treks done in the Everest region along with their nature. 

    1. Everest view trek (EASY)

    2. Gokyo Valley trek (EASY)

    3. Everest base camp trek (MODERATE)

    4. Ranjo la pass trek (MODERATE)

    5. Gokyo Lake and Gokyo Ri trek (MODERATE)

    6. Three high passes trek (DIFFICULT)

    7. Everest base camp luxury lodge trek (DIFFICULT)

    8. Everest trek via Gokyo Lake and Cho la Pass trek (DIFFICULT)


    • Q1. How difficult is Gokyo lake trek?

      The Gokyo Renjo La trek is a difficult Everest region trek, but with a good physique, you may do it with ease. You must strengthen your legs and teach your body to adapt to a higher environment.

    • Yes, two permits are required to accomplish the Gokyo and Renjo La Treks. Permits are necessary for the Sagarmatha National Park and the Khumbu Rural Municipality.

    • You must walk for at least 5 hours and up to 7 hours per day. We propose strolling if this is your initial time, as walking swiftly can cramp your legs.

    • Renjo la is 5435m above sea level, with high altitude areas immediately after Namche.

    • Teahouses charge trekkers for boiled and filtered drinking water. Though bottled water is available for purchase, we discourage the use of plastic bottled water on the route due to the negative impact on the environment. You can bring a reusable bottle with you and fill it with drinking water.

      Before you purchase filtered water, your guide will inspect its condition. Please rest assured that before you drink the water, our guide will meticulously inspect it to ensure that it has been properly boiled and treated.

    • All of our Everest Trek teahouses feature western restrooms. The rooms in luxury lodges and teahouses at lower elevations have adjoining bathrooms and hot showers. At higher elevations, the facilities may be more modest, and you may have to share the bathroom with other travelers. Please keep in mind that in extremely cold weather, the water in the toilet basin may freeze, forcing you to use an Asian-style toilet located outside. Please keep toilet paper rolls with you at all times. While trekking, make sure you have plenty of toilet paper and hand sanitizer.

    • Yes, we provide private treks as well as group treks if you like.

    • Altitude sickness is a common hazard in the Himalayas, and the Gokyo Renjo La Pass Trek is no exception. As you ascend to 5000 m, you are more likely to have altitude sickness. So it would be beneficial if you were concerned about your health and body.

    • During the journey, the tea house accommodations are excellent. However, as you go in height, the services become more basic. You must also pay extra for wifi, hot baths, and bar expenses.

    • While trekking, we bring a first-aid kit with us. You can, however, bring some important drugs with you, such as ibuprofen, codeine, paracetamol, lozenges, anti-diarrhea tablets, and diamox for AMS.

    Client Reviews

    • Great experience

      Our journey to the summit of Renjo La Pass rewards us with a breathtaking panorama of  lakes, the Himalayas, and valleys, a breathtaking fusion of the planet's natural beauty, and our true feelings about it. It was such a great experience. Thank you for your assistance throughout the whole journey. 


      BeryanNorwayNovember 17, 2021
    • highly recommend

      I had a fantastic time with these guys. The service was excellent. Mountain Rock Trek's food and accommodations were excellent, and they contributed to the success of our journey. I highly recommend them for your trip.

      BantoItalyNovember 11, 2021
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