Attractions of this trek

Everest Base Camp Plus Gokyo Ri Via Chola Pass offers the hikers to discover the exceptional fascinations of the Khumbu region. The regal massifs in the backdrop, ancient and remarkable Namche Bazaar, the crashing waterfalls and alpine vegetations along the trail, the renowned brave and friendly Sherpas, hundreds of monuments, prayer flags, and monasteries, most importantly,  the Sagarmatha National Park which is also enlisted as UNESCO World Heritage sites and preserves some of the threatened species of wildlife and birds along with the vegetations.

En route

Starting this trek with a thrilling flight to Lukla, the trekkers will discover a kind of different world in Namche Bazaar. The people and their lifestyle, traditional houses, unique cuisines, festivals; absolutely noteworthy. Then onwards, enjoying the hike on the lap of the Himalayas and ultimately stepping at Gokyo Valley. Notably huge differences and a new world for travelers. The trekkers might also encounter Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo Ri Trek goers along the track.

Jaw-dropping Vistas

Since this trek is intended for trekkers seeking for prolonged high-altitude expedition, it features some of the prominent high passes like Gokyo Ri and Kala Patthar. The moment of high-altitude walk will be astonishing with the jaw-dropping vistas of mighty Everest along with Mt. Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Makalu, Nuptse, Amadablam, Pumori, along the trail.

Physical Requirements and Best time

Without a doubt, the ultimate destination featured by this Everest Base Camp plus Gokyo Ri via Chola Pass is one of the best picks for adventurers. However, curiosity may arise regarding the physical requirements and previous experience to embark upon this trek. Well, it is highly recommended to have some previous high-altitude hiking and climbing experience since this trip involves high-altitude trekking and high passes as well. You must be physically fit and able to possess a passion for the same. And the best time for this adrenaline activity is March to May and October, November.