Lumba Sumba Pass Trek
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Lumba Sumba Pass Trek Summary
- Lumba Sumba Pass Hike Duration: 17 Days
- High Altitude: 5,160m/16,930 feet
- Trekking Hour: 6 hours
- Hiking Group-Size: 2 – 10 People
- Best Time: September – May (except winter time)
- Trip Mode: Tent Camping Trek
- Foods on Trek: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
- Transportation: Car/Plane/bus
The Lumba sumba pass trek takes up deep into the eastern Himalayas. And it provides some of Nepal’s most unseen and amazing scenery such as mount Makalu (8,475m/27,713 feet), Kanchenjunga (8,586m/28,169 feet), and chamling (7,290m/23,838 feet).
Lumba Sumba pass trekking to Makalu base camp visits one of the most remote and unfrequented areas of Nepal. On an adventure journey at Lumba Sumba pass, you can hike through the green landscapes of Kanchenjunga Conservation Area (KCA), explore the traditional farming practices, and see different birds and wildlife species, including the endangered snow leopard and the red panda, from the route and experience with various ethnic groups such as limbus, Sherpas, Rai, Gurung, Magars, Newars, and Tamangs in the most eastern Himalayas of Nepal.
Furthermore, there are a number of high mountain lakes in Oangchung Gola. Barun Valley is a part of the huge international protected area under an agreement between China and Nepal. Lumba Sumba pass trekking is listed under the Great Himalayan Trail (GHT) where you can explore Makalu Base Camp and Kanchenjunga base camp trek in a single trip.
Moreover, Lumba Sumba pass trip is bordered by the Arun River in the east and the Sagarmatha National Park in the west. Barun Valley is a wildlife sanctuary for wild animals such as wolves, Monkeys, lynxes, foxes, and the elusive snow leopard. Our descent into the pine and rhododendron forest from the Barun Valley takes us past the lower Barun glacier and into the Makalu basin.
As the Lumba Sumba is an adventure hiking route, Trekkers can plan to hike either in the spring season or in the autumn season. Because the winter hike at Lumba Sumba pass stays ice and snowfall so it could be more technically difficult.
How much does Lumba Sumba Pass Trek Package Cost/Price?
The cost of the Lumba Sumba pass trek package with a Gokyo Treks Agency (Nepal guide’s owned local trekking agency) ranges between US$ 1950 to US$ 2480. Of course, the Lumba Sumba trek cost will vary according to the group size you are traveling with and the means of transportation facilities you choose. Likewise, we also have los seasonal discount deals. For example, if you could bring 10+ travelers (except you) on your trip, you are treated as a group leader. So you can hike the Lumba Sumba pass route free of cost.
However, we often arrange private trips in order to avoid group tours with strangers. A private tour gives you a better experience on your hikes. If you value personalization, flexibility, and in-depth experiences, a private trip customized to your personal needs will be the best option.
It is the standard trip package price for 17 days trek. If you are 2 people Lumba Sumba trek cost US$ 1999 for 17 days trek according to the given trekking plan. We can modify the trek route and the prices according to your wishes also. Here is the price list for Lumba Sumba pass treks.
Price Per Person for 17 days hikes in Lumba Sumba pass territory.
|Number of Tourist||Price Per Person|
|1 Person||US$ 2480|
|2 Person||US$ 1999|
|3 Person||US$ 1999|
|4 to 6 person||US$ 1980|
|7 to 9 Person||US$ 1975|
|10 and more than 10 Person||US$ 1950|
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Lumba Sumba pass trek itinerary details
Our Lumba Sumba pass trekking is a newly promoted off-the-beaten path adventurous trek with a 17-day itinerary compared to most walks in this region. Trek over Lumba Sumba pass particular route is designed for world explorer who wishes to hike in a more relaxed manner than take a look at this itinerary. However, for travelers who wish to do this route quickly but are walking with limited time wise than ask us for a tailor-made itinerary.1 Day Kathmandu city tour. World Heritage sites sightseeing in Kathmandu.
Arrival in Kathmandu, Tribhuvan International Airport, receive you with a private vehicle and transfer to the hotel in Kathmandu. All aspects of gear and conditions are discussed to make sure you’re fully prepared for the trip, and any last-minute questions are answered. Our professional private tourist guide will be there to take you roughly about 12:00 for your city tour. You can explore this divine city of Kathmandu together with Ammar Guni. We visit Boudhanath, Pashupatinath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. Our representative will brief you on the Lumba Sumba pass trek programs.
The trek starts over Fungling – the headquarters of Taplejung district. The trek passes through beautiful cardamom fields and Alnus trees (Uttis) until Hangdewa VDC. On the way, there are small tea shops at Asangpati Tole, Gaigode Tole, and Panesar Tole that can be used for alternative lodging as they provide homestay facilities. From Panisar, the trek is downhill until the suspension bridge that acts as a border between Hangdewa VDC and Furumbu VDC. Lunch at Pawa village (1546m) and a walk continue along the Tamor River banks to Mitlung.
The trek passes along the banks of Tamor River, it is a pleasing walk until Furumbu – a 40-minute walk from Mitlung. From Furumbu, the trail is uphill for half an hour then descends through mixed forest to Siwa Bazar (950m) at Linkhim gau. We can reach Siwa Bazaar where you can buy drug stores, and groceries. There is also a police station. After lunch, the trek runs along the Tamor River until the tiny Tawa Village. The trek runs uphill from here until we reach the KCAP Entrance Gate (1300m) at Thiwa Village. From here, the trek gradually descends until Chiruwa – our destination for the day. Chiruwa (1246m) is a small market with a couple of lodges and good camping sites.
Trek runs along the mighty Tamor River but there are two big stones with religious significance. The trek passes through Ulnus trees passes until we reach a big landslide that takes around half an hour to cross. After a walk from Chiruwa through beautiful cardamom gardens, we reach Tapethok (1340m) for lunch. It is a small market with some tea shops. There is also a KCAP checkpoint at Tapethok. After lunch, it is a pleasing walk until Pembu (1486m). From Pembu, it is an uphill climb to Lelep (1687m) – our destination for the day. The KCAP headquarters is in Lelep. Similarly, there is a police station, some tea shops, groceries, and hotels. There are also some good camping sites in Lelep.
After breakfast, the trek runs along the bank of Tamor River through dense forest that offers good habitat for different wildlife species. You can see some wild species if you are lucky. We crossed a suspension bridge after a walk from Lelep. After crossing a suspension bridge, it is an uphill climb through the pine forest until we reach a monastery. From there, the trek gradually descends to Gowatar 5,904 feet for lunch. Walk at Gowatar, which offers spectacular views of two waterfalls about 100 meters tall. After crossing the Tamor River, it is an uphill climb until we reach a resting place known as chautaro in a local dialect. Ela Danda is an interesting place located at an altitude of 2051m that offers snow-covered mountains including the Small Kasturi Peak and Tamor River.
During the trekking day is pleasing as it passes through Ulnus and Rhododendron forest until we reach a suspension bridge. The hiking trail passes through dense bamboo groves (spread over around 5 hectares). This place is popular among trekkers as the habitat of the red panda. If you are lucky, we might catch sight of a red panda from the trail itself. We reach Maguwa (2435m) for lunch. Then walk through maple and Ulnus forest, cross a big landslide on the way, we reach Selep Kharka.
Trek runs along the banks of Tamor River leading to a place called Jongim (2641), a flat land surrounded by snow-capped hills. Another 40-minute walk through the rhododendron forest from Jongim, takes us to a suspension bridge. After an uphill walk of about an hour from the suspension bridge, we reach Ramite (2,685m) for lunch. At Ramite, we can see a mixed forest of Deodar and rhododendron. We see a beautiful waterfall after a walk of about an hour from Ramite. If you are lucky, you might be rewarded with a view of the red panda from here. We caught the first glimpse of Olangchung Gola after a walk of around 45 minutes from the waterfall. After a climb of about 40 minutes, we finally reach the camping site at Olangchung Gola (3,208m). Olangchung Gola is a beautiful Sherpa village with around 45 houses, a 465 years old monastery with a golden manuscript, and a KCAP office. There is also a sub-health post, a primary school, and a border police station at Olangchung Gola.
The trek in the next three days will pass through complete wilderness. As the trek is in complete wilderness, it is better to hire a local Sherpa to avoid getting lost. However, piles of stones along the way act as signposts, showing us our direction. The trek passes through pine and rhododendron forests. Reaching Jadak (3636m) we take a lunch and about three hours of the journey will take us to our camping site at Upper Langmale (3893m).
Hike today is very interesting as snow leopards have been sighted numerous times from this trek. The trek runs along the Tamor River and on the other side of the river lies a dense rhododendron forest. After a walk of about three hours, we reach Tangchetar (4203m) for lunch. Another three hours walk after lunch will lead us to our camping site at Pass Camp.
Today is the most highlighted hiking day and also a most complicated yet most memorable day of Lumba Sumba trek. The trek will pass through the Lumba Sumba Peak. It is better to start early as it will be difficult to cross the peak afternoon. The trek climbs a bit up and again runs down. It is better to take a packed lunch, as there are no good camping sites around. After a walk of about four and a half hours from Pass Camp, we climb the Lumba Sumba Peak and descend down to Chaurikharka (4594m) for a night’s stay at a tent camp.
The trek is downhill from Chaurikharka as we come back to civilization after a tiring walk for three days. After a walk of about three and a half hours, we came across two roads – one to Lyasha in Tibet and the other toward Thudam. We prepared our lunch at this place. A walk of about three hours takes us to Thudam for the night’s accommodation. Thudam (3500m) is a small village with around 30 houses of Sherpa people.
The eleventh-day trek runs along the banks of Chujung Khola. The trail offers a panoramic view of peaks in the Makalu range. On the way, you see a lot of small bushes and bamboo groves – the best habitat for the red panda. If you are lucky, you can see this endangered species. It is better to carry packed lunch, as it has difficult to find drinking water.
The twelfth day’s walk passes through a dense rhododendron forest. As there are no villages on the way and also there are numerous side trails, it is better to hire a local guide to avoid getting lost. After a walk of about three hours from Kharka, we reach a place called Chaurikharka for lunch. From Chaurikharka, we can clearly see Chyamtang (2229m), Arun River, Ridha Village, and the road that leads to Kimathanka. After lunch, the trek is all downhill for about three hours until we reach the Arun River. After crossing the suspension bridge over the Arun, the trek is uphill for about an hour until Chyamthang – our destination for the day. Chyamthang (2229m) is a small yet beautiful village with stone houses. Sherpas are the dominant population in the village.
The trail on the day passes through the rhododendron forest. The walk is easy as the chirping of birds makes you feel refreshed. The trail is one of the popular places for birding as we are entering Arun Valley which is home to several bird species. Lunch at Gimber Village offers a spectacular view of snow-capped peaks in the Makalu range. From Gimber, the walk is easy and after a trek of about three hours, we reach Hatiya (1595) for the night’s stay. Hatiya – a small village of Bhote people – is the entry point to the Makalu National Park.
The trek on the 14th day runs along the banks of Arun River. We reach the confluence of the Arun and Barun rivers. After having lunch near the river confluence, the trekking process toward Gola – our destination for the day. A walk of around two and a half hours after lunch takes us to our camping site at Gola. Gola is a very small village with only 12 houses. Sherpa, Rai, and Tamang people reside here.
The trek passes through paddy fields, pleasing as the trail makes a short descent, but again makes a short climb. Pathibhara (1524m) is a small Gurung village with tea shops, groceries, and some hotels. The trail after lunch passes through agricultural land and we can find plenty of water sources and small settlements along the way. We reach Gadhi (1,800m) – our destination for the day – after a walk of around three hours from Pathibhara. Gadhi (that means fort in the Nepali language) is a place of great historical significance as the Nepali Army fought bravely with invading the Tibetan Army at this place and chased them away. Gadhi is a small village market with a health post, a school, and a police station.
A walk of about two and a half hours from Gadhi takes us to Num. From Gadhi, the trek is about an hour downhill to the Arun River. After crossing the river, an uphill climb of about one and a half hours takes us to Num village (1572m). As Num is linked with a motorable road, we can hire a vehicle to Khandbari (1022m) – the district headquarters of Sankhuwasabha district. A drive of around 4-5 hours on dirt roads takes us to Khandbari. From Khandbari, buses are available to Dharan or Biratnagar. Or you can take a vehicle to the Tumlingtar airstrip and fly directly to Kathmandu. And our trip ends, and we wish you a wonderful journey.
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How much does Lumba Sumba pass trek cost?
An express lumba Sumba pass hiking is available now for USD 1999 per person. For a deluxe and luxury trekking tour plan, we add a 3-star category hotel deluxe air-conditioned room in Kathmandu (BB PLAN) at an additional cost. AND WE ARE OPEN TO CUSTOMIZING YOUR TOUR AND PACKAGE PRICE AS PER YOUR REQUIREMENTS. International tour leaders are highly encouraged to get discounts and attractive complimentary.
Lumba Sumba pass trek package price include:
- Kathmandu International airport transfer
- Single Night hotel accommodation in Kathmandu valley.
- Domestic flights (Kathmandu – Taplejung – Tumlingtar – Kathmandu) both way airfares with required airport tax
- Tent camping accommodation / Lodge trekking with full board meals during the hiking days.
- 16 Breakfast, 15 Lunch and 15 Dinner serve with hot drinks while on Lumba Sumba trekking.
- Kitchen and cooking equipment for the trekking.
- All required land transfer as per given itinerary
- Makalu Controlled region permits of Nepal.
- Makalu Barun National Park entrance fees
- Kanchenjunga Conservation / National Park entrance fees
- Kanchenjunga special entrance permits and their fees
- Fully escorted trek with English-speaking license holder local trekking Guide for Lumba Sumba trek.
- Professional cook, Sherpa, Kitchen Staff, and necessary porter as required according to the group size.
- Insurance, Trekking equipment, and other facilities to Nepali trekking guide, cook, helper, and porters.
- Medical Kit Bag on every trip.
- Updated Lumba Sumba pass trek map 1 piece for each guest.
- Agency’s Certificate of Appreciation after the successful tent trekking
- Nepal Government Tax, VAT and as well as Company service charge.
Lumba Sumba pass trek package price excludes :
- Nepal entry visa fee cost US$ 40.
- Lunch and Dinner during the staying in Kathmandu city.
- Any kinds of battery charges, laundry service, phone calls, and hot showers during the trekking.
- Tourist personal trekking equipments .
- Personal nature expenses, and bar bills.
- Travel Insurance which covers emergency rescue, evacuation, personal loss, or damage.
- Any donation and monument entrance fees.
- Gratuities for guide, cook, and porters [Tip is a culture, so they expect highly].
- Any other things which are not mentioned above
We can organize a private Lumba Sumba pass tent camping trek (Kanchenjunga combine Makalu base camp hike) starting on any date that works for you. Please contact us for more information.
Question: Is pick-up service available on my arrival day in Kathmandu?
Answer: Yes sure. Provide us with your flight details. Our agent will come to pick you up at Kathmandu international airport.
Question: Do I need the experience to do Lumba Sumba pass trek?
Answer: Actually Kanchenjunga Trekking is suitable for keen trekkers/walkers who are able to walk around 4 or 5 hours in a day, with a lightweight daypack. For the Lumba Sumba adventure pass hike, if you have a little experience it would be better.
Question: What kind of accommodation can I expect on Lumba Sumba pass trekking?
Answer: We provide you tourist standard accommodation in Kathmandu and available local guest house accommodation during the trekking route. We do also provide tented accommodation while above Gunsa to the base camp section. However we recommend you take your own sleeping bags if you have one with you otherwise, you may rent them while you are in Kathmandu.
Question: What kind of food can I expect in Lumba Sumba pass hiking?
Answer: During the trek, the cook at the guest house prepares a delicious range of mostly vegetarian such as Pasta, tuna bakes, noodles, potatoes, eggs, rice, bread, soups, and seasonal vegetables.
Question: What opportunities will I have for a shower along with Lumba Sumba pass tent trek?
Answer: If you are going on a full board camping trek, we do provide you hot water bucket, and you will take a bucket shower.
Question: How do I get drinking water on Lumba Sumba pass treks?
Answer: As you go over Lumba Sumba adventure hikes, we provide aqua tablets to purify the normal water. Normal water is available often at every village’s local tap or on the mountainside en route. Ask your guide every morning and then get updates about drinking water stations.
Question: Can I charge my digital camera or other batteries on my trip?
Answer: There are very few charging stations along the route. But you often get more chances to charge a battery. We recommend you bring an extra pair in case. Remember to bring your adapters! An extra battery will be recommended.
Question: Are there any communication facilities on the short Lumba Sumba pass camping trek?
Answer: In the Lumba Sumba trekking route you can often get telephone service. So buy a local Sim Card to get a telephone and 3G internet service at a cheap price.
Question: Can I use credit cards?
Answer: No! You need to have cash Nepali rupees because credit cards work only in the bigger city areas.
Question: What necessary documents do I need to submit to obtain the Lumba Sumba pass trek permit?
Answer: Hike to Kanchenjungha is listed under the restricted area trek in Nepal, so you won’t get the permit yourself directly. You need a local trek operator agency like Gokyo Treks & Expedition Pvt Ltd. We are a registered travel trek agency under the law of the Nepal Government and pay all back taxes regularly. Moreover, the following documents are required to obtain the Kanchenjunga Trek permit.
- Guest must be in Nepal, original passport with a valid visa of Nepal.
- Required a group of at least 2 people in a team as a minimum.
- Clearly written daily travel itinerary along with documents.
- Minimum of 3 weeks of valid visa
- Latest photos (only required for online submission) – You can email them to your trekking agency.
Question: When should I book my trip and what are the payment terms?
Answer: Because our trips book up months in advance, we recommend booking early to avoid any kind of misunderstanding. We will, of course, make every effort to accommodate last-minute bookings.
And regarding the deposit, we prefer a 25 % advance deposit of the total price of the trip in order to confirm your reservation before you arrive in Nepal. And the rest of the payment can be made after your arrival in Nepal.
Question: Who will carry my luggage on express Lumba Sumba pass Trek?
Answer: We provide porters to transfer your luggage. As we are a responsible trekking tour operator agency, each of our porters carries a maximum of 24 kilos of your backpack which means 2 guests (12.5 kg luggage of each guest): 1 porter basis.
Question: Is there a direct flight from Kathmandu – Taplejung – Kathmandu?
Answer: Considering the pressure of mass tourists to visit Nepal, nowadays Sita Air launched a direct flight from Kathmandu to Taplejung twice a week. It’s good news for Kanchenjunga base camp trekkers to get closer to the conservation area (kca). Not only exploring Taplejung provides the chance to make some enchanting memories for visitors, and tour the local landmarks. There was also operating a direct flight from Kathmandu to Suketar Airport – Taplejung some months before. But it was mainly focused on the tourist flow season. Other than that you need to fly Bhadrapur from Kathmandu and travel to Taplejung by bus or private jeep.
Question: Can I issue the permit in advance, before arriving in Nepal?
Answer: Only a few agencies like Gokyo Treks & Expedition can do it. An original passport with a valid visa to Nepal is required to issue the permit. We can issue your permit in advance if you can send us your flight details. We can request an immigration officer to give you a valid visa after your arrival which has been working so far.
Question: How long does it take to issue the permit?
Answer: It normally takes 1 to 2 hours to issue the permit during the peak season.
Question: How much distance do I walk each day?
Answer: When walking in the mountains, the distance you cover each day can vary greatly due to gradient, terrain, and altitude. As such it is very hard to give specific distances for each day, however, you have to be prepared to walk for roughly about 5 hours each day.
Question: Do I need hiking poles?
Answer: It is better to hike with outdoor light poles. Learn how to use trekking poles for balance and stability, whether on the sidewalk or on trails. Walking poles can help prevent slips and falls. They are just recommended but not compulsory.
Question: Is it possible to rent a guide? how to hire a local trek guide?
Answer: We arrange a full board package trip but we don’t sell guides and porters only for this adventure Lumba Sumba pass trek route.
Question: How much additional money do I need per day?
Answer: You can allocate US$ 08 to 10 for a lunch/dinner in Kathmandu and it depends on your spending habits. US$ 7 to 10 US$ each day will be enough to buy bottles of water, chocolates, tea coffee, and some drinks while you are on your trek.
Why people choose Lumba Sumba pass trek?
The Lumba Sumba pass trek is perhaps the most dramatic and newly promoted route with picturesque scenery in the Nepalese Himalayas. You will have face-to-face a view of Beautiful mountains through forests, hills, and quaint and tiny villages. Lumba Sumba pass trek is a part of the Great Himalayan Trail (GHT) of Nepal and it is a great sense of anticipation builds as you trek up the glacier valley, passing through intriguing tiny villages, and Buddhist monasteries. Lumba Sumba pass trekking includes all meals, road-head transport, and services of English-speaking local trekking guides and porters to carry the luggage. You will only need to carry a day-pack and you can walk at your own pace.
Lumba Sumba pass trek highlights and Himalayan Sights
Visit the Lumba Sumba pass and get connected with Makalu and Kanchenjungha Mountains. Kanchenjunga (8,585m/28,073 feet) is the 3rd tallest mountain, and Makalu (8,485m/27,746 feet) fifth highest mountain is the most highlights and gets connected via Lumba Sumba pass hikes. In addition, tourists can see a magnificent view of Mount Everest, Makalu, and Kanchenjungha from the adventure Lumba Sumba pass. Cross the eastern high pass trek to explore ample flora and fauna as well as various ethnic communities. They are Sherpa, Limbu, Rai, Gurung..etc.
Lumba Sumba pass trek difficulty
Adventure Lumba Sumba pass trek is suitable for young walkers looking for something a little more challenging and energetic. It does not require you to be super fit or have any previous trekking experience. If you are healthy and can walk about 5 hours daily, you can complete it easily. However, daily jogging or walking exercise is useful before you depart. Our program always includes rest days and builds up gradually, in order to acclimatize to the altitude. Along the routes, you can walk at your own pace, with plenty of stops for resting.
Lumba sumba pass Trek Note:
The Lumba Sumba pass trek itinerary is subject to change due to a condition beyond our control. This adventure hiking route is a Guideline showing tentative camp night stops. The physical, technical, and natural conditions may change the above itineraries.
“What makes Lumba Sumba pass trek special?”
Opportunities for challenging trekking or hiking and pleasant strolls are scattered all over this planet. You just need to know where to find them. We at Gokyo Treks and Expedition believe in quality services. Your safety and satisfaction is our concern. We are a team of professional, experienced and skilled, and licensed local guides who know the destination much better than others.
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vor und nach der Tour immer wieder sehr schön. Ammar hatte wieder alles perfekt organisiert und der Circuit war wieder mal, trozt des Straßenbaus und dank der NAAT-Trails (New Annapurna Trkking Trails) wunderschön.
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This past May (2016) I completed the Annapurna Circuit in 15 days, largely thanks to the guiding services provided by Gokyo Treks and Expedition. At the start of my trip, I had planned to hike Manaslu but due to an illness with my trekking partner, I had to change plans last minute. Fortunately, Ammar (owner of Gokyo) was able to help me and provide info, which ultimately led to me choosing Annapurna. During my 2 days in Kathmandu, Ammar and his family also provided a very nice and convenient homestay while helping me prepare for my trek (buying jackets, etc.).
The trek itself was everything I had imagined and more – my guide, Kamal (KC) was helpful and knowledgeable. He knew the best routes to take and provided me assurance, help, and motivation when necessary (i.e. when I had some stomach issues). KC was also more than just a guide – by the end, he became a friend. He’s somebody I felt very comfortable around, and kept things interesting. I’d highly recommend not only Gokyo Treks but also KC as a guide. Additionally, the prices offered by Gokyo were the best I could find when compared to several other agencies. Finally, the services Gokyo provides to the community (schools, tutoring, etc) made it a no-brainer to choose them. Hopefully, this review will help others make their decision – having an experienced guide made everything so much easier (knowing what lodging, food places, etc.)
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I did the Annapurna circuit and had a wonderful time. The circuit is a bit touristic, but still, the nature is phenomenal and in the offseason, it’s really not crowded, in May the weather is still great. I did the tour with a great company which Id like to write about here.
Gokyo Treks & Expeditions are really professional and care a lot about their customers. They can provide you with nearly everything and the prices are really reasonable, especially compared to other trekking agencies. Everyone I met was very friendly and welcoming and I always had a good feeling traveling with Gokyo Treks. I did the Annapurna circuit with one guide and had an excellent experience, so from my point, I can just give a strong recommendation.
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|No. of people||Price Per Person|
|4 - 6||USD 1980|
|7 - 9||USD 1975|
|10 +||USD 1950|
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