Gokyo lake Trek | Gokyo RI Trek

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Gokyo Lake also called Gokyo Ri Trek, is nestled in Nepal's Khumbu region, where the Himalayas' grandeur unveils pristine lakes, towering peaks, and vibrant Sherpa communities. 

Gokyo Lake trek stands as the second most favored trekking route in the Everest region, offering trekkers the opportunity to witness Mount Everest, high-altitude glacier lakes, the distinctive Sherpa culture, Tibetan Buddhism, diverse landscapes, and rich flora and fauna. 

Unlike the Everest Base Camp trek, this route allows trekkers to closely experience these elements without spending nights above 5000m, minimizing the risk of altitude sickness in a shorter timeframe.

Gokyo Lakes Trek offers the opportunity to climb to the peak of Gokyo Ri (5,357m /17,575 ft), showcasing breathtaking views, as you traverse through the stunning Gokyo valley.

You get a chance to witness enormous Himalayan ranges including the highest Mt. Everest 8,848.86 m (29,031 ft 8+1⁄2 in), Lhotse 8,516 meters (27,940 ft), Makalu 8,481 meters (27,825 ft),  Cho Oyu 8,188 meters (26,864 ft), and the largest glacier, Ngozumpa Glacier. The Gokyo Lake trek is a unique and less busy trekking trail than the EBC trek. It leads you to the home of the legendary Sherpa people, located inside the Gokyo Valley and under the Gokyo Ri peak. This trek is also widely considered as an alternative to the classical trek Everest Base Camp Trek.

It is specially designed for those who want to walk in the Everest region with less physical commitment and a low risk of altitude stress. 

    Highlights of Gokyo Lake Trek 

    Ngozumba Glacier, one of the world's longest glaciers, can be traversed on foot.

    Close-up view of Mount Everest
    8,848.86 m (29,031 ft 8+1⁄2 in) Lhotse(8,516 m/27,940 ft) Gyachung Kang (7,952 m/ 26,089 ft), Cho Oyu (8,188 m/ 26,864 ft), and Makalu (8,485 m/ 27,838 ft).

    Discover the unspoiled beauty of the six lakes that make up the Gokyo Lakes, which are situated in the Gokyo Valley at an elevation of 4700 to 5000 meters.

    Gokyo Ri's 5,357-meter summit offers sweeping views of Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu.

    Explore Sherpa's hospitality and culture in the bustling community of Namche Bazaar and several nearby hamlets.

    The trekking path also leads through Sagarmatha National Park, home to species like Himalayan Thars, snow leopards, red pandas, and colorful Danphe.

    For a special aerial view of the Himalayas and a quicker return trip, there is an option for a helicopter ride from Gokyo to either Lukla or directly to Kathmandu.

    The Gokyo Lake hike is an alternative to the standard Everest Base Camp hike and offers plenty of breathtaking Everest views.

    Gokyo Lake Treasures

    The Gokyo Lake and Gokyo Ri Trek unveil a remarkable series of high-altitude lakes, each adding a layer of natural wonder to the Himalayan adventure. The journey commences at Longpongo, the first lake at 4,700 meters, introducing trekkers to the tranquil beauty of these alpine oases. Taboche Tsho follows at 4,790 meters, offering mirrored reflections of the towering peaks that embrace it.
    The pinnacle of the experience is Dudh Pokhari, or Gokyo Lake, at 4,830 meters. Enveloped by soaring giants like Cho Oyu, Gyachung Kang, and Everest, its tranquil waters create a visual symphony of sky and mountains. Thonak Tsho, the fourth lake, reveals its panoramic splendor at 4,870 meters, providing an elevated viewpoint of the entire lake system.

    For those seeking an extra layer of natural allure, the ascent to Ngozumpa Tsho, the fifth lake at 5,070 meters, offers turquoise elegance against a glacial backdrop. The Gokyo Lakes not only captivate with their visual allure but also foster a deep connection to the raw beauty of the Everest region's unspoiled landscapes.

    Conquering Gokyo Ri

    One of the most exhilarating and rewarding aspects of the Gokyo Lake and Gokyo Ri Trek is the ascent of Gokyo Ri. This towering peak stands as a testament to both the physical prowess and the adventurous spirit of trekkers. At an impressive altitude of 5,357 meters (17,575 feet), Gokyo Ri promises not only breathtaking panoramic views but also a profound sense of accomplishment.

    The journey to the summit begins before dawn, with trekkers embarking on a challenging trail illuminated by their headlamps under the star-studded sky. As the first rays of light kiss the mountain peaks, a gradual transformation unfolds, unveiling the majestic Himalayan giants, including Everest and Lhotse, in all their splendor.

    Reaching the summit of Gokyo Ri is a moment of triumph that extends beyond physical achievement. It signifies an inner conquest, a realization of the strength that comes from determination and perseverance. The sense of awe inspired by the surrounding peaks is mirrored by the sense of fulfillment within each trekker. 

    Moreover, the shared experience of conquering Gokyo Ri fosters a sense of camaraderie among fellow trekkers. The memories forged and the challenges overcome create bonds that transcend cultural and linguistic barriers, forming the basis of lasting friendships.

    Cultural Immersion

    While the Gokyo Lake with Gokyo Ri Trek is renowned for its stunning natural landscapes, it offers an equally enriching experience of cultural immersion. Nestled among the Himalayan peaks, the Gokyo region is not only a visual delight but also a hub of Sherpa traditions and ways of life that add a unique layer of depth to the trekking journey.

    The villages, with their traditional stone houses adorned with prayer flags and mani walls, are a living testament to the Sherpa community's deep-rooted connection with their environment and spirituality. Strolling through these settlements, trekkers often have the opportunity to witness daily rituals, interact with locals, and even partake in cultural ceremonies.

    Visiting local monasteries is another highlight of the cultural immersion experience. These sacred places not only boast intricate architecture but also serve as centers of religious practice and meditation. Observing monks engaged in their spiritual activities and perhaps even participating in a traditional puja ceremony provides a glimpse into the spiritual heart of the Sherpa culture.

    Although the Sherpas make up the majority of the population in the Khumbu region, you might also come across members of the Rai, Limbu, and Tamang ethnic groups, especially in lower-elevation areas and in towns like Lukla and Namche Bazaar. These people add to the cultural diversity of the area, and the trekking experience is made richer by their customs and languages.

    Gokyo Lake Trek Itinerary

    Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu

    Day 2: Kathmandu to Lukla (2,800m/9,186ft) to Phakding (2,652m/8,700ft)

    Day 3: Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3,440m/11,286ft)

    Day 4: Acclimatization Day in Namche Bazaar

    Day 5: Namche Bazaar to Dole (4,110m/13,484ft)

    Day 6: Dole to Machhermo (4,470m/14,665ft)

    Day 7: Machhermo to Gokyo (4,800m/15,748ft) 

    Day 8: Gokyo Ri Ascent (5,357m/17,575ft) and five lake exploration

    Day 9 Trek to Dole

    Day 10: Dole to Namche Bazaar

    Day 11: Namche Bazaar to Lukla

    Day 12: Lukla to Kathmandu

    Gokyo Lake Trek Route

    Gokyo Lake Trek is 10-day walking ( 5 days uphill 4 days back and one-day acclimatization) moderate to difficult grade trek of the Mount Everest Region. Gokyo Lake / Ri routes pass several villages such as Phakding, Manjo, Namche Bazar, Phortse, Machermo, and many more.

    The Gokyo Lake trek starts from the Lukla route and it gently climbs up. From Lukla, there are the same trekking routes as Everest Base Camp Trek routes up to Kyanjuma via Phakding, Manjo, and Namche Bazar.

    From KyanjumaThere are two routes One route descends to the Phungithanga and heads to the Everest Base Camp trek and another ascends to Gokyo Lake / Ri Trek via Phortse. As the journey gains altitude, the landscapes transition from lush forests to high-altitude meadows, with stops at Dole and Machhermo offering a taste of life in the mountains.

    The trek's zenith is the arrival at the Gokyo Valley, home to the striking Gokyo Lakes that mirror the towering Himalayan peaks. Once you ascend the ridgeline of Gokyo Ri, you will be greeted by a breathtaking sunrise unveiling Everest, Lhotse, and Makalu. From here you have two options, you can either continue the trek and then retrace steps through Dole, Namche Bazaar, and Lukla, or you could take a helicopter flight back to Lukla or Kathmandu. This expedition is a symphony of landscapes and cultures, an odyssey that captures the essence of the Himalayas and leaves an indelible mark on the soul.

    Gokyo Lake Gokyo Ri Trek Distance

    The overall distance covered during the Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo Ri trek including the journey, to and from Gokyo Ri is usually 70 kilometers in total. This calculation considers the parts of the trek well, as popular additional side trips.


    Upon your arrival at Kathmandu, one of the representatives of Bold Himalayan will be waiting at the Airport terminal. After greetings, you will be transferred to your hotel. In the evening they will meet with the guide in the office for detailed information about the trek. Overnight in Kathmandu

    Our guide will meet you at your hotel in the early morning and transfer to the airport. From Kathmandu airport, you will have an amazing flight to Lukla. During this adventurous flight, you will see peaks like Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Kusum Kanguru, and Kangtega. These stunning Himalayan giants offer a breathtaking preview of the majestic landscapes awaiting you in the Everest region. After 30 mins you arrive at the Tenzing Hillary Airport, Lukla.

    After breakfast in Lukla, we trek toward Phakding. The trail from Lukla drops steeply for a bit we descend to Cheplung and Thado Khoshi gaon. There we cross a suspension bridge and climb a bit to reach Ghat. After Ghat, we will have a little easy walk on the bank of the Dudh Khoshi River then we ascend to reach Phakding. Overnight at Phakding.   

    After breakfast in Phakding, we head toward Namche Bazaar. At the beginning of the trek, we cross the Dudh Khoshi River and then climb to Toktok and Benkar. Then trail from Benkar follows the river valley lined with beautiful rhododendrons and blue pine forests. We will amazing view of the snowcapped peaks of Thamserku and Khumbila as we cross the Dudh Khoshi River. Once we reach the border of Sagarmatha National Park, Monjo, your permits are checked.

    The trail from the national park descends to a large farm then we cross the bridge of Dudh Khoshi and we reach Jorsale. After Jorsale we follow the steep ascend to Namche Bazaar which is popularly known as the gateway to Khumbu. It is the main trading hub in the Khumbu region. Overnight at Namche Bazaar.

    We will spend another day at Namche Bazaar. Namche is the perfect place for acclimatizing to thin air. Today, we will have an acclimatization hike to other Sherpa settlements in the Khumjung Valley. We will start with the hike to one of the world’s highest hotels in the world, Everest View Hotel. From here we will have a spectacular view of Mt. Everest, Mt. Khumbila, Mt. Thamserku, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam. With a beautiful view, we have coffee or tea in the hotel.

    After that, we can either trek back to Namche or we can climb uphill to Khumjung and Kunde villages. In this village, we can explore Khumjung Gompa and Khumjung Hillary School which was established by Sir Edmund Hillary in 1961. After that, we will descend to another Sherpa Village, Kunde.

    Then our hike back to Namche lands at Syangboche airstrip on foot, which is a non-commercial airport. You can enjoy the amazing scenery of Namche Bazaar from the runway. Then the zig-zag gravel path takes you to Zarok and to Namche. Overnight in Namche Bazaar. 

    Today we will leave Namche and descend to Kyangjuma. On the way, we can spot Musk deer, Himalayan pheasants, and Himalayan Thar. After reaching Sanasa we follow the Gokyo trail where we get a glimpse of Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Tawache, and Khumbila mountains from Mong. After that, the trail descends to Dudh Khoshi Khola. From there we climb uphill through the rhododendron forest and reach Phortse. Witness the incredible views of the Tawache and Cholatse mountains from Phortse. Overnight at Phortse

    From Phortse, we head toward Machhermo as we cross a bridge over the Dudh Khoshi. We follow the trail that passes through forests, waterfalls, and bridges and arrive at Dole. You will have first-hand experience with local wildlife like mountain goats, musk deer, and pheasants.

    After Dole, we ascend on a steady trail to the scenic ridge with views of Cho Oyu, Kangtega, and Thamserku mountains. We again ascend from Luza village and walk above the Dudh Khoshi River. A continuous walkthrough small village and the sandy trail leads us to Machhermo. On reaching Machhermo we explore Himalayan Rescue Hospital. Overnight in Machhermo. 

    From Machhermo we follow the trail that climbs a ridge. We will have an amazing view of both down the valley to Kangtega and up towards Cho-Oyu. After the ridge, the valley widens and the trail passes through Pangkha. Then we climb up to the terminal moraine of Ngozumpa Glacier on a steep trail after descending to the river. Now we pass through Longpanga, the first lake where we see what is believed to be the footprints of a Lama (Buddhist priest), then the trail passes through the Tanjung Lake, Raboche Lake Tsho, and Dudh Pokhari before finally reaching Gokyo. Overnight in Gokyo

    Today we will spend another day in Gokyo and climb up to Gokyo Ri. A 3-hour early morning steep climb takes us to Gokyo Ri. From the peak, we witness the splendid panorama of Mt. Everest, Makalu, and the whole Khumbu mountain range. Similarly, Views of the Gokyo Valley and the massive Ngozumpa Glacier are equally stunning. Then we hike to 4th Lake which is about 3km north of Gokyo. After that, we will continue our walk to the 5th Lake. From the northern part of this lake, we can see the Cho Oyu Base Camp and Ngozumpa Glacier, the biggest glacier in Nepal. Lastly, we climb up a nearby hill and have outstanding views of Cho-Oyu, Gyachung Kang, Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Makalu. After exploring these places hike back to Gokyo. Overnight in Gokyo   

    We are now retracing the same route by which we came along. Today we trek back to Dole, with an easy downhill walk along the Dudh Khoshi River. This river emerges out of the Ngozumpa Glacier. We continue our trek passing by the second and then the first Gokyo Lake to Pangkha. Beautiful views of Cholatse and Taboche peaks will be seen on our right side along the trail. We then come across a level terrace on the slope after descending below Pangkha. Now we climb a rib on the far side of the hillside. We reach the Chorten at the edge and see the great views of Thamserku, Cho Oyu, and Kangtega. Then we walk down slowly to the draped village of Machhermo. We finally reach Dole through the charming hamlet of Luza and Lhabarma. Overnight at Dole.

    From Dole, we descend on a steep trail admiring rhododendrons, wildflowers, and waterfalls to Phortse. We come across several mountain goats, must deer, pheasant, etc. on the way to Mong. At Mong La, we have a good view of Khumbila Peak. After walking for a while with the view of Taboche, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, and Kangtega Mountain we reach an intersection where the steep path up from Sanasa meets our trail. Then beyond Kyangjuma, we will trek on a trail that clings to a forested slope, winding through several bends. On reaching Namche Army camp hill, we look back to see the tip of Everest, Lhotse, and Tengboche for the last time. Overnight at Namche Bazaar.

    Today is the last day of our trekking, we will descend to Larja Dovan through the pine forests. Then we cross the bridge at Larja Dovan and descend for a while. Now we will walk along the Dudh Khoshi River. After crossing the Dudh Khoshi several times we continue our walk to Jorsale. From Jorsale, the trail leads a bit to ascend, and crossing the bridge, we have a short steep climb to Monjo.

    From Monjo, the trail descends and we cross Dudh Khoshi over the suspension bridge and reach Benkar. Then, the trail follows a bit up & down and a flat walk along the Dudh Khoshi valley. We re-cross the suspension bridge to reach Phakding. we continue walking for a while on the short steep climb to Ghat village. Finally, the long suspension bridge follows an upward route to Cheplung, then we turn off toward Lukla. Overnight at Lukla. 

    Today we will have a thrilling flight from Lukla to Kathmandu. The flight from Lukla to Kathmandu is always in the morning. So, on the last day of our Gokyo Lake/ Gokyo Ri trek, you will have an early morning flight back to Kathmandu. With the amazing view of the mountains, you arrive in Kathmandu after about 30 minutes and you will be transferred to a hotel by our representative. In the evening you will have a cultural dinner with a member of Bold Himalaya.  

    After wishing you goodbye, our representative from Bold Himalaya will assist you to Tribhuwan International Airport for your next destination. If you have any intention of extending your stay in Nepal for an adventurous experience like Safari, Rafting, Biking Tours, Peak climbing, and more trekking in other regions, then we would be more than happy to be of help. We also welcome you to visit our country again for more experiences.  It would be our bliss to help you plan your next trip to Nepal. Take care and goodbye from Bold Himalaya.

    Included & Excluded Items in the Trip Package


    • All ground transportation (including airport pick up/drop) by private tourist vehicles

      Three-star category hotel in  Kathmandu in twin sharing the bed with breakfast basis & standard trekking lodge in Gokyo Ri trekking route.

      Full meals during trekking as mentioned in the itinerary (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner ) with tea and coffee 

      Domestic flight(Kathmandu- Lukla- Kathmandu)

      Some necessary equipment sleeping bag and down jacket (if you need one, return after the trek)

      First aid medicine item

      Sagarmatha National Park permit & Pasang Lhamu Rural municipality entry permit  TIMS card (Trekking Information Management System)

      Experienced, trekking guides including their salary, accommodation, meals, and their insurance. 

      One special cultural show and farewell dinner program

      Bold Himalaya duffle bag, T-shirt, and trip certificate 

      Our government/Local taxes and official expenses


    • Lunch & Dinner in Kathmandu

    • Dessert & bar bills

    • International air ticket, Visa & travel insurance

    • Tips for the trekking crew members

    Return from Gokyo Lake via Helicopter 

    For those who do not want to follow the same path to return to Lukla by hiking, there is an option for a Helicopter flight to return to either Lukla or directly to Kathmandu. Returning from the captivating Gokyo Lake region to Lukla through a helicopter ride presents trekkers with a distinctive and expedited alternative to the traditional trail. The helicopter option showcases a series of advantages, notably time efficiency, as it condenses the return route, making it an ideal solution for those with limited schedules or seeking a more succinct adventure.

    The awe-inspiring vistas from above, revealing the vastness of the mountains and the intricacies of the trails, add an extra layer of awe to the expedition. Moreover, the helicopter ride offers respite from the physical demands of descending steep sections, potentially alleviating strain on the body. Additionally, this alternative provides a touch of luxury and novelty to the trek, offering an opportunity to capture stunning photographs from a unique vantage point.

    We expertly manage the logistics, ensuring a seamless transition from the trek to the helicopter flight. This includes booking the helicopter, arranging any necessary permits, and considering weather conditions for a safe and smooth journey. Unsuitable weather for helicopter rides includes low visibility, high winds, rain, thunderstorms, icing conditions, mountainous terrain weather, heavy snowfall, low cloud ceilings, and freezing temperatures.

    Why Gokyo Lake / Gokyo Ri Trek alternative trek of Everest Base Camp Trek 

    • Gokyo Lake and Climbing to Gokyo Ri is at less altitude than Everest Base Camp and Kala Patthar but the view from Gokyo Ri is more massive than from Kalapaththar.
    • You don't need to sleep above 5000m/16404ft
    • Close view of mountains that are above 8000m including Everest, Cho You, Lhotse, Makalu
    • Short trek as compared to Everest Base Camp
    • Chance to explore high-altitude oligotrophic lakes
    • Fewer chances of getting altitude sickness
    • Less crowded than the Everest Base Camp Trekking route

    Gokyo Lakes / Gokyo Ri Trek Difficulty 

    Gokyo Lake / Gokyo Ri is considered a moderate to difficult grade trek in the Everest Region. The highest altitude of this trek is Gokyo Ri (5357m/17575ft) which is less altitude than Everest Base Camp. The Gokyo Ri trekking trail gradually ascends to Gokyo lakes where the trek starts from Lukla 2850m/ 9350ft. It involves daily treks of around 5-7 hours on varying terrains, including uphill and downhill sections. Altitude acclimatization is crucial due to the high elevations, and the ascent to Gokyo Ri requires endurance.

    Trekkers with good stamina, physically fit, and mentally prepared can complete this trek even if they are beginners. Ascending slowly, taking the proper rest and high-energy diet, staying hydrated, avoiding alcohol and smoking, and self-motivation help to complete the Gokyo Lakes Trek.

    Preparation for Gokyo Lake / Ri Trek

    • Physical Fitness:
      Engage in regular cardio, strength, and endurance exercises to build stamina and resilience for trekking at higher altitudes.
    • Trekking Gear:
      Invest in proper trekking gear, including sturdy hiking boots, layered clothing for varying temperatures, waterproof outerwear, and a comfortable backpack.
    • Mental Preparation:
      Develop a positive mindset and mental resilience. Be prepared for challenges and embrace the adventure.
    • Altitude Sickness Medication:
      Consult a healthcare professional for altitude sickness medication and carry any prescribed medications.
    • Training with a Backpack:
      Train with a loaded backpack to get accustomed to carrying weight during the trek.
    • Cultural Awareness:
      Learn about local customs, etiquette, and basic phrases to interact respectfully with the local Sherpa communities.
    • Weather Preparedness:
      Familiarize yourself with the region's weather patterns and pack accordingly for varying conditions.

    Make sure to read Things to Know before going trekking in the Himalayas of Nepal

    Tips & Advice for perfect Gokyo Lake / Gokyo Ri Trek

    • Always trek in the best season
    • Stay updated with the weather
    • Stay hydrated and keep your body warm
    • Trek slowly & climb high, sleep at lower altitudes
    • Eat hygienic, fresh, and high-energy food  
    • Avoid smoke and alcohol throughout the journey 
    • Respect local culture and customs 
    • Follow the local rules and regulation
    • Follow the "leave no trace" principle 
    • Trek with the local guide and porter 

    Read out: Tips and Advice for trekking in Nepal

    Best Time to do Gokyo Lake / Ri Trek

    Gokyo Lake / Ri Trek can be trekked all in all seasons (whole year), however sometimes around mid-winter(Around January), heavy snowfall can make the trekking routes uncomfortable and in the Rainy season(June July, and mid-august) the continuous rain may affect the flights for Lukla. In the winter seasons(December, January, and February) temperature may drop up to -20°C at night and around 10°C in the daytime. Likewise in the summer season (June-July-August), the temperature goes up to 15°C on days and 0°C at night time.

    The best seasons for Gokyo Lake / Ri Trek are Autumn(September, October, and November) and Spring (March, April, and May) in this season the views from the mountains are very clear, with beautiful mountain flower blossoms most of the places, fewer chances of rain and heavy snow. During the day, temperatures in lower altitudes (around Namche Bazaar) can range from 10°C to 15°C (50°F to 59°F). As you ascend, temperatures can drop to around 0°C to 5°C (32°F to 41°F).

    Gokyo Lake Trek Cost (Price)

    We offer different costs for different group sizes for Gokyo Lake Trek. The Gokyo Lake trek cost is determined by their services. Services with five-star accommodation, with helicopter back, cost more than normal accommodation with a trek back. likewise, a group trek is cheaper than a solo private trek. 

    The cost for the Gokyo Lake Trek is $1190, inclusive of a comprehensive package covering food, accommodation, permits, the Kathmandu flight, and guide permits. This all-inclusive package is designed to provide trekkers with the best possible trekking service throughout the Gokyo Lake adventure.

    The major cost for the Gokyo Lake Trek is Flight, food, accommodation, entry permit guide, porters, and necessary equipment. 

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    Drinking-Water Facilities

    Access to safe drinking water on the Gokyo Lake and Gokyo Ri Trek varies. Bottled water is available at lodges, but prices increase with altitude. We recommend trekkers use purification tablets or filters for tap or spring water. Boiled water at teahouses is a safe option. Some villages have water refill stations to reduce plastic waste. Carrying a hydration pack is convenient. 

    Electricity Availability in Gokyo Lake Ri Trek

    All the tea houses / Trekking lodges provide electricity facilities even at the high altitudes. We arrange good quality tea houses along the Gokyo Lake / Ri Trekking routes, where they provide electricity facilities to charge your gadget, however, they may charge extra money.

    Each room may not have a charging socket, so you have to request reception charges. The easy way is if you have a solar power bank or charger we suggest that all our trekkers bring a solar power bank that can charge their electric devices such as cameras, and phones without difficulties.

    Wi-Fi/Internet / Mobile network Availability in Gokyo Trekking Route 

    The internet / WI-FI and the mobile network NTC and NCELL are available throughout the Gokyo Lake / Ri Trek.  however, sometimes bad weather may interrupt the connection. The WI FI facilities are available by paying some extra charges.

    Wi-Fi may be a little slow due to the over-connection of devices in the high season. Buying a data pack through NTC or NCELl sim card could be the better option to use personal internet which works in most trekking routes.