Everest Gokyo Lakes Trek

Everest Gokyo Lakes Trek
Gokyo lakes are a religious site and considered consecrated by Hindus and Buddhists. around 500 Hindu explorers come here each mid year amid the celebration Janai Purnima to scrub down in the holy lakes.

Gokyo lakes are a religious site and considered consecrated by Hindus and Buddhists. around 500 Hindu explorers come here each mid year amid the celebration Janai Purnima to scrub down in the holy lakes. A sanctuary committed to Lord Vishnu and Shiva can be found at the site. 

Gokyo lakes are a mainstream goal for trekkers in Sagarmatha National Park. They can be come to effectively from Gokyo town, which is around two days' stroll from Namche Bazaar. The course is prevalent, yet no place close as swarmed as the course to Everest Base Camp, just around 7,000 guests come here consistently. The trek to Gokyo Lakes has to a great degree compensating perspectives of the completely clear, blue lakes and Ngozumpa Glacier, conceivably the biggest icy mass in the Himalayas. Trekking to this territory frequently incorporates a rising of Gokyo Ri, a top from which incredible perspectives of Mount Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Kangchenjunga and Cho Oyu can be had.