Blend Of Khumbu & Gokyo Valley - 24 Days

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  • Duration 24 Days
  • Trip Difficulty Challenging
  • Max altitude5,540 m
  • Destination: Nepal
  • Min Pax: Minimum 02
  • Meals: Full board (All meals)
  • Transportation: by flight
  • Accommodation: Lodge & Tent
  • Accommodation type: Twin sharing room/tent
  • Best Season: Early March and November
  • Trip: Ex. Kathmandu
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A combination of our Gokyo Lakes and Call of Everest trek involves a traverse of the Cho-La a famous pass link between Gokyo and Basecamp. The treks take in all the highlight of our Gokyo Lakes and Call of Everest trek. After visiting the Sherpa homeland, we will ascend to Gokyo valley; here will climb Gokyo Ri for a marvelous view of Everest and its neighboring peaks. Then we will traverse via Cho la pass to rejoin the classic route Everest Base camp. The trek includes a spectacular view of Everest from Gokyo Ri and Kalapattar as well as a spectacular views 360-degree view of the innumerable peaks and glaciers. On our return, we will visit famous Tengboche monastery a spiritual center of Sherpa.

Trip Highlights

Trip:  Ex. Kathmandu

Trip Length: 24 days 

Trail head: Lukla

Access: by flight from Kathmandu

Trek style: Lodge with full portage

Group: Minimum 04, maximum 16

Staff: Group leader & appropriate local staff

Grade : Challenging 

Trip Itinerary


01 Kathmandu arrival (1340 m)

Arrive at the airport in Kathmandu. Loben Expeditions representative will meet you outside the customs and immigration area and transfer you to your hotel. The afternoon is free to relax, recover from jet lag, or explore on your own.


  • Permit & fees for trekking
  • Experience leadership 
  • Trained cook
  • hotels in Kathmandu on twin sharing with breakfast
  • all ground transport 
  • Internal airfare (Kathmandu/Lukla/Kathmandu)
  • Yaks/porter to carry equipment
  • all arrangements in the field, including camp meals, cook staffs, group gear and equipment 
  • quality tent with form mattress (twin sharing)
  • all meals (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner) 
  • Plenty of re-hydration drink like tang juice, soups etc.
  • duffel bag, sleeping bags & down jacket
  • sightseeing as noted in the itinerary 
  • Comprehensive medial box 
  • Oxygen with mask set for medical back up
  • PAC (Portable Altitude chamber) bag for medical back up
  • Celebration meal in authentic Nepalese cuisine.


  • Nepal visa fees 
  • International airfare 
  • Meals in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Travel insurance 
  • Tipping to leader, guides and local staff; 
  • Excess baggage charges & airport taxes; 
  • Items of a personal nature (sodas, alcoholic beverages, laundry, etc.). 
  • Optional extension of trip 
  • Emergency Evacuation

Useful Info

Loben Expeditions trips are designed for flexible, energetic people who like to be active and have a spirit of adventure and a positive attitude. We rate this trip as a “Challenging but awe aspiring.” You should have good hiking experience, as most of the days are spent at altitudes above 3500 m. Our hikes will be between five and six hours each day, broken up by a nice rest and a hot lunch.

Porters or pack animals carry most of the gear and camp supplies, leaving you free to hike with only a light daypack. Though no technical climbing or other special abilities are required, even so, trekking at high altitudes is strenuous. Exercise at high altitude compounds the physiologic stress. In addition, high altitude may create discomfort and symptoms of illness that you do not experience while exercising at lower elevations, such as shortness of breath, restlessness or sleeplessness at night, and headaches. You need to be in excellent health and top physical condition to enjoy such an experience, with adequate cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, and excellent balance.  Clients with heart and lung problems or blood diseases should consult their doctor before booking the trip. Altitude sicknesses are common & could be fatal if not taken well care. Our Tibet itinerary with couple days in Lhasa generally makes client fit enough & acclimatizes to continue his/her program. However, simple headache, fever, loss of appetite and stomach disorders can happen before the acclimatization. Advised, drink approx. 3 litres of water per day, do not strain yourself and take regular rests. Smoking and drinking should be stopped for at least first two days.

How to Prepare:
Before starting out on a trek, you should be in good physical condition. If you are not used to some kind of exercise on a regular basis, there is a need to gradually build up stamina, before starting out on a trek. You can start by taking walks, the length of which can be slowly increased. This needs to be done at least a week prior to the starting of the trek. If you are on regular medication, make sure that you carry the required medicines along, and this should be in the knowledge of the trekking guide.


Country Representative


  • Loben Expeditions, Country Representative
  • + 9779851051206


  • Loben Expeditions, Country Representative
  • +919733029377

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