Gokyo Lake Trekking 14 days

Duration

14 Days

Country

Nepal

Activity

Trekking

Accomodation

Guest House and Hotel

Best Season

Spring, Autumn

Cost

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Meals

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Trip Highlight:

  • Visit the UNESCO world heritage site including Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, and others.
  • Scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla with numerous mountain views.
  • Explore Namche Bazaar, a popular destination for hikers and climbers that also provides breathtaking views of Mount Everest.
  • Namche Bazaar, the vibrant capital of the Khumbu area, is a stop on the trip.
  • Explore the beautiful Gokyo Valley, where you’ll find a series of six turquoise glacial lakes that are simply stunning.
  • Offers spectacular views of the Himalayan ranges including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho you.
  • Cross two challenging high passes- the Cho La Pass and the Renjo La Pass, which offer breathtaking views and are a real taste of your trekking skills.
  • Experience the local culture and way of life of the Sherpa community people.
  • Get an opportunity to spot a variety of wildlife, including Himalayan thar, musk deer, and snow leopard.
  • Visit the Gokyo Lakes, the highest freshwater lake system in the world, and stroll along the Nzogumpa Glacier, the longest glacier in Nepal.

Overview:

After the Everest Base Camp Trek, the Gokyo Valley Trek is the second most popular trek route in the Everest region. One of the most attractive valleys in the Khumbu region of Nepal is the Gokyo Valley, which offers hikers an amazing fusion of natural, cultural, and spiritual magnificence.

Gokyo Lake Trek is an alternative trekking route for those who want to avoid the crowds on the traditional route and explore the less-traveled parts of the Himalayas with the shining, pristine blue and green waters of the Gokyo Lakes, which make up the world’s highest freshwater lake system and are made up of six lakes at an altitude of about 5,000 meters. The vistas of the four tallest mountains in the world Mt. Everest, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Lhotse, and Mt. Cho Oyu among the many others that reach elevations of 8,000 meters snare your attention and leave you feeling completely satisfied.

Everest Gokyo Lake trek takes you to Gokyo settlement (4,700 m), a lovely settlement on the bank of the third Gokyo Lake. A particularly impressive view is that of Gokyo Valley, which is made up of a number of stone houses and meadows on the shore of the sizable lake, Dudh Pokari. The Gokyo Valley Trek should not be missed if you enjoy trekking.

Gokyo Lake trek provides an opportunity to experience the local lifestyle, culture, and traditions of the Sherpa people in the Khumbu region. It is an enriching experience that offers a glimpse into a unique way of life and a chance to learn about a rich culture that has thrived in the Himalayas for centuries. They have a rich culture and traditions that have been passed down through generations. The Sherpa follow Buddhism and have built many monasteries and learn about their religious practices and beliefs. During your trek, you may be invited to stay in a local teahouse, where you can enjoy traditional Sherpa cuisine and learn more about their way of life.

The 14-day Gokyo Lake Trek starts with visiting UNESCO world heritage sites in Kathmandu. But the typical trek starts in the village of Lukla, and the trail follows the Dudh Koshi River through the Sagarmatha National Park. Along the way, you’ll pass through traditional Sherpa villages, cross suspension bridges over rushing rivers, and ascend steep hillsides. After several days of trekking, you’ll arrive at the Gokyo Lakes, a series of six glacial lakes situated at an altitude of over 4700 meters. The lakes are beautiful sights to behold, with crustal clear waters reflecting the surrounding snow-capped peaks. From Gokyo, you hike up to Gokyo Ri, a viewpoint that offers panoramic views of the surrounding Himalayas, including Mount Everest. The hike up to Gokyo Ri is challenging but well worth the effort.

Vehicle Nepal is a well-reputed registered company in Nepal based in Kathmandu. As per your need and preference, we may offer accommodations, accessibility, and other amenities services. For the Gokyo Lake trek, our firm offers knowledgeable, skilled guides and porters that have a thorough understanding of the region’s geography.

Gokyo Lake trekking route

Your treks to Gokyo Lake begin when you land in Nepal. After your arrival, you can spend your first day exploring the Kathmandu Valley. From there, you’ll take a short flight to Lukla on one of the world’s shortest runways for an exhilarating mountain flight experience before arriving at your final destination in the snow-capped mountains. From there, we will continue on to Namche Bazaar, where we will meet up with other trekkers and others who have already completed their journeys before us. The entire day at Namche Bazaar is dedicated to acclimatization, which involves ascending to a low elevation and returning while enjoying the beautiful scenery and the first glimpse of the world’s roof.

Your journey to Gokyo Lake continues as you pass through numerous Sherpa villages, monasteries, and stunning landscapes. We eventually arrive at pristine Gokyo Lake with its breathtaking views and hike for the second series. The following day involves climbing the Gokyo Peak, from which there are 360-degree panoramic views of some of the world’s highest mountains, including Everest and the largest Ngozumpa glacier in Nepal. The walk is definitely worth making the effort to complete.

Best time to visit Gokyo Lake

The best time to visit Gokyo Lake is during the Spring and Autumn seasons. During these months, the weather is generally clear and stable, with mild temperatures and lower chances of rainfall and snowfall.

Autumn

Gokyo Lakes is a beautiful destination to visit during autumn which falls between September to November. During this time of year, the weather is generally dry and stable, with clear skies and mild temperatures, which makes it the perfect time to trek. The autumn season offers some of the best views of the Himalayan range, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu. The crystal-clear blue lakes of Gokyo are also at their best during this season, reflecting the surrounding mountain peaks and creating a breathtaking view. Autumn is an ideal time to visit Gokyo Lakes and experience the stunning natural beauty and cultural richness of the Everest region.

Spring

Gokyo Lake is a beautiful destination to visit during spring falls between March to May. During this time of year, the weather is generally mild and stable, with clear skies and beautiful blooming flowers. The spring season is the best time to enjoy the blooming of rhododendron forests, which are one of the major attractions of the Gokyo Lake trek. The forests are a riot of colors, with vibrant pink, red, and white flowers.

In addition to the beautiful flowers, the trek offers some of the best views of the Himalayan range, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu. The crystal-clear blue lakes of Gokyo are also at their best during this season, reflecting the surrounding mountain peaks and creating a breathtaking view. The weather is mild, which makes it a perfect time to trek during Spring.

Monsoon

Golyo Lake trek during the monsoon season is not recommended as the region experiences heavy rainfall, which can cause landslides, and flooding, and make the trekking trail dangerous and challenging. The monsoon season in the Everest region can also bring clouds and mist, which can obscure the stunning views of the Himalayan range and Gokyo Lakes. Moreover, the trials can be slippery, muddy, and treacherous, which can make trekking difficult and risky.  So, it is not recommended to trek in Gokyo Lake during monsoon season.

Winter

Gokyo Lake trek during winter falls from December to February is generally not recommended as the region experiences extreme weather conditions during this time, including heavy snowfall, high winds, and freezing temperatures. The high passes such as Cho La Pass and Renjo La Pass are often closed due to heavy snow, which can make the trekking trail challenging or impossible to pass. Moreover, the temperatures can drop below freezing, which can make the trekking trail icy and slippery, increasing the risk of accidents and frostbite. The teahouse and lodges along the trekking trail may be closed during winter due to harsh weather conditions, which can limit the availability of accommodation and food. Therefore, it is not advisable to visit Gokyo Lakes during the winter season.

Itinerary:

Your first day begins with your arrival in Nepal. According to the information you have provided to us, one of our agents will be waiting to welcome you at the airport. You are brought to a luxurious hotel where you may relax for the rest of your day.

Following breakfast, you’ll explore some World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu Valley. Kathmandu is popularly known for its culture and heritage sites.  The sacred Hindu temples Pashupatinath and Changunarayan, the holy Buddhist stupas Bouddhanath and Swayambhunath, and the durbar squares of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Patan are among the many monuments listed by UNESCO as examples of the medieval architecture of the Kathmandu valley. In the Kathmandu valley, it is stated that there are as many temples as there are homes, and as many gods as there are worshippers. Some of these locations are taken and explained by a knowledgeable city guide. After touring the valley, you will return to your accommodation to recuperate and get ready for the following day’s excursion.

Overnight in Kathmandu

The flight from Kathmandu to Lukla (Tenzing Hillary Airport) is a short flight with a mesmerizing view of the hills and foothills of the Himalayas. When you arrive at the Lukla airport, our porters will collect your bags and the exciting journey to Phakding will begin. This simple 3–4-hour hike continues north through Chheplung and Chaurikharka villages before descending to Dudhkoshi Ghat. The trekking trail follows the Dudhkoshi river bank till it reaches Phakding. Enjoy the spectacular scenic beauty, deep gorge, Sherpa settlements, blooming rhododendrons, farming terraces, magnolia trees, and pine forests on the way to Phakding. After you have reached Phakding, you can visit the local monastery and take a good night’s rest to prepare for the next day’s trek.

You will pass numerous towns, chortens, monasteries, suspension bridges, and other landmarks while hiking alongside the Dudh Koshi River today. You’ll have a beautiful view of the Himalayas, especially Mount Thamserku, as you go to Benkar Village. You enter the Sagarmatha National Park at Monjo after having your trekking permits checked.

You will then descend, travel for a while, arrive in Jorsale, and proceed to Namche Bazaar. You will enjoy strolling alongside the river, crossing the Hillary Suspension Bridge, and climbing to Namche Bazaar. You will be able to see the highest mountain, Everest, as well as Kusum Peak, Kwangde Peak, Lhotse, Kangaru Peak, and Tawache.

Overnight in Namche Bazaar

Today is the day to get used to altitude in order to acclimate and prevent altitude sickness. Instead of sitting around doing nothing, you’ll hike to Khumjung village and take in the breathtaking vista of the Himalayas.

You can also stroll through Namche Bazaar to learn about Sherpa culture and customs. You will be visiting the Khumjung monastery at Khumjung, which houses Yeti scalps. Then you will climb to Syangboche, where you may take in the breathtaking views of the Thamserku, Khumbila, and Kongde peaks.

Overnight in Namche Bazaar

You will depart from Namche Bazaar today on a path that will gradually ascend and descend. Along the way, you will see a variety of wildlife, including musk deer, pheasants, Himalayan Thar, and more. You’ll travel down to Kyanjuma from here. After that, you will continue on the Gokyo routes, and en route to Mong, you will be able to see Ama Dablam, Tawache, Khumbila, and Thamserku mountains in the distance.

Following that, you will descend down the Dudh Koshi River before ascending via rhododendron trees to reach Phorse. The peaks of Cholatse and Tawache are beautifully visible.

Overnight in Phorse

Today, when you cross the Dudh Koshi River to begin your day, you might also see some wildlife, including Himalayan Pheasants, Musk Deer, Mountain Goats, and other creatures. To get to Dole, you must go through woodlands, through a bridge, and past a waterfall that falls.

The Kantega, Thamserku, and Cho Oyu mountains will be seen as your ascent along a steady path. After that, you will ascend to the village of Luza and continue your journey across the Dudh Koshi River. We’ll carry on your journey through the small settlement and sand route to Machhermo. When you get here, you’ll go to the Himalayan Rescue Hospital and take an altitude sickness class where you’ll learn about the precautions for getting altitude sickness.

Overnight in Machhermo.

Today marks your arrival in Gokyo Valley, your ultimate destination. Before reaching the first Gokyo Lake, you pass a few monasteries and chortens as you ascend along the banks of the Dudh Koshi River and take in vistas of the Khumbu Himalayas.

 

To reach the second lake and the third lake, which is tucked behind the storied Sherpa settlement of Gokyo, you must first ascend the moraines of the Ngozumpa Glacier. You will cross Longpongo, Dudh Pokhari, and Raboche Tscho on your way to Gokyo Valley.

Overnight in Gokyo

Today at Gokyo, you will adjust to the altitude, and if the weather is cooperative, you will walk toward Gokyo Ri. When you reach the top of the Gokyo Ri, you can enjoy the calm Gokyo Lakes and a stunning vista of the Himalayas.

Additionally, you’ll climb to Gokyo Lakes. Your reward will be breathtaking vistas of Mount Cho Oyu, Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Gyachung Kang, and Makalu as you ascend toward the slope’s summit. Then, you’ll take the same route back to Gokyo.

Overnight in Gokyo

You will be descending on a track that runs alongside the Dudh Koshi River, passing the Gokyo lakes along the way, and taking in the magnificent vistas of the Taboche and Cholatse peaks. Then you will ascend the slope before gradually descending.

After that, you will pass a chorten, from which you may enjoy breathtaking views of the Cho Oyu, Kangtega, and Thaserku mountains. You will then hike towards Machhermo, Lhafarma, and Luza village before arriving in Dole.

Overnight in Dole

As you make your way toward Phortse Thanga, you’ll pass through rhododendron and a waterfall with flowing foliage. You might also see Himalayan pheasants, musk deer, mountain goats, and other animals along the way. You will once more enjoy breathtaking views of Mount Khumbila as you go to Mong.

Once on the way to Namche, you’ll be able to see the breathtaking views of the Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Kantega, and Taboche peaks. After a short climb, you arrive at Namche army camp and take in the last mountain vistas. After some time spent trekking, you arrive at Namche Bazaar.

Overnight in Namche Bazaar

This is your final footwalk day. You must first descend on a rough path and then cross a suspension bridge numerous times to get to Lukla before continuing on an easy trail. Today marks the end of our journey.

Overnight in Lukla

This is your final day in the mountains; you will fly back to Kathmandu early in the morning, leaving the spectacular and fascinating scenery on the way back with the last glimpse of snow-capped mountains. You will be escorted to your hotel, and the rest of the day will be spent celebrating your accomplishment. You can discuss with us if you have lots of time and plans to visit other areas. In the evening, there will be a farewell party.

Overnight in Kathmandu

Our company representative will drive you to the international airport. If you have enough time then we will take you sightseeing where you can do shopping.

Essential Info:

Acclimatization

Acclimatization is essential during the Gokyo Lake trek as the trek involves ascending to high altitudes. It is necessary to give your body time to adjust to the thin air and the reduced oxygen levels to avoid altitude sickness. The trek usually includes a rest day for two for acclimatization purposes. During the rest days, you can hike to higher altitudes and then descend back to a lower altitude to sleep. This helps your body to adjust to the altitude by allowing it to acclimatize gradually.

In the Gokyo Lake trek, one of the recommended acclimatization hikes is Gokyo Ri, which is a high viewpoint located above the Gokyo village. It’s essential to stay well-hydrated and eat a healthy diet during the trek. You should avoid alcohol and smoking as they can exacerbate the symptoms of altitude sickness. If you experience any symptoms of altitude sickness such as headache, nausea, dizziness, or difficulty breathing, it’s crucial to inform your guide immediately and descend to a lower altitude. Your guide can also provide you with useful advice on how to prevent and manage altitude sickness.

Equipment Required for Langtang Valley Trek

General

  • Down sleeping bag (you can borrow with us)
  • Down Jacket (according to the Season)
  • Fleece linear
  • Walking Poles
  • Water bottles and water purification tablets
  • Sun block cream
  • Lip Guard
  • Hand wash liquid
  • Toiletries Kit

Upper Body

  • Sun hat
  • Glacier glass
  • Head torch
  • Ear-muffler and neck warmer

Body

  • T-shirt
  • Light Jacket
  • Water and Windproof Jacket
  • Shirts
  • Light and Warm thermal tops

Hands

  • Hand gloves

Lower Body

  • Long and Short trekking pants
  • Water and Windproof trekking trousers

Feet

  • Thin and Thick Shock
  • Trekking Boot, Light Boot, and Slipper

Medicine and First Aid Kits

(Our guide will carry a first aid kit bag during the trek. We will recommend carrying your personal first aid kit bag if necessary)

  • Headache and fever medicine
  • Burnt cream
  • Antibiotics
  • Ibuprofen for general ache and pain
  • Blister treatment such as hand plants and aids, some waterproof tape, and anti-infection.

Trekking Difficulties

The difficulty of the Gokyo Lake trek depends on various factors such as your fitness level, the altitude, the duration of the trek, and the weather conditions. The trek involves trekking to high altitudes and crossing several high passes, which makes it a moderately challenging trek. The trek also involves crossing high passes such as Cho La Pass or Renjo La Pass which can be physically demanding, especially for inexperienced trekkers. You will need to be in the good physical condition and have prior trekking experience to complete the trek successfully.

The weather conditions can also make the trek challenging, especially during the winter and monsoon seasons, when the trails can be icy, muddy, and treacherous. The altitude can also cause altitude sickness, which can affect even experienced trekkers. It’s essential to prepare yourself physically and mentally before embarking on the Gokyo Lake trek. Regular exercise and a healthy diet can help improve your physical fitness.

Gokyo Lake Cost

The price of your trek to Gokyo Lake trekking depends on the housing, amenities, and accessibility you use along the way. The price for the Golyo Lake starts from USD $000. Although costs are increasing in accordance with facilities and services

Guide and Porter

Anyone who wants to witness Nepal’s natural beauty should take the Gokyo Lake Trek. This expedition will certainly be a delightful adventure whether you go alone, with friends, or with family. It is possible to hike alone, however, please be advised that regulations require that all foreign tourists have a guide and porter.

We can provide English-speaking, highly qualified, and experienced porters who are renowned for their courtesy and friendliness. Our crew will acquaint you with Nepalese culture and customs, and if necessary, we may arrange for a translator to assist you.

Our 14-day Gokyo Lake trekking program is best suited for group excursions. Because we must move personal items, we offer porters. Because each porter is only allowed to carry 20 to 25 kg, it’s crucial to pack lightly.

Depending on the size of the group, we will provide the following number of guides and porters:

  • For 1 or 2 trekkers, we provide 1 guide and 1 porter.
  • For 3, 4, or 5 trekkers, we provide 1 guide and 2 porters.
  • For 6 or 7 trekkers, we provide 1 guide, 1 assistant guide, and 3 porters.
  • For 8 trekkers, we provide 1 guide, 1 assistant guide, and 4 porters.
  • For 9 trekkers, we provide 1 guide, 1 assistant guide, and 4 porters.
  • For 10 trekkers, we provide 1 guide, 2 assistant guides, and 5 porters.

For your best experience, kindly take note that our guide and porter services are customized to the number of trekkers in your group. You may be sure that your journey will be both safe and fun due to our knowledgeable guides and porters.

Gokyo Lake trekking permit

To protect the natural splendor of Mount Everest and other summits in the Himalayan range, the government of Nepal charges permits and entry fees. For Gokyo Lake, you need the following permits:

  • Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Permit (NPR 2000 per person)
  • Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit (NPR 3000 per person)

Important Documents and Information to get these permit

  • 2 passport-size photos
  • Photocopy of your passport
  • Dates when your trek starts and ends
  • Emergency Contact Information
  • Travel Insurance Detail

Food and Accommodation on Gokyo Lake

Food and housing are everyone’s top concerns while on their journey to Gokyo Lake. Everest is situated in a distant region of the country where there are no 5-star hotels, but we can still provide exceptional lodge homes and hotels. Including an additional three days in Kathmandu, the trek lasts a total of 10 nights. While single guestrooms are available upon request, twin-sharing is the standard in hotels.

Tea houses are the most common form of accommodation on the Everest Gokyo Lake trek, with options ranging from basic dormitory-style rooms to private rooms with en-suite bathrooms. Most tea houses have communal dining areas, and some even have Wi-Fi and hot showers (for an additional fee).

Food is required for the hike. Burning food is the main source of energy for the journey. The phrase “Dal Bhat power, 24 hours” in Nepalese describes one’s capacity to live for practically a day after drinking dal bhat. Dal bhat is the national dish, but you can also have momo noodle soups, Sherpa food, or other regional delicacies including curries, lentils, and vegetables.

Bread, eggs, pizza, prawns, Momo, ramen noodles, and sweets including ice cream, oats, and steaks are frequently offered on the menu. We compile a complete list of your food preferences and put it in the hotel and other lodgings where you will be staying while on the Gokyo Lake trek, so nobody has to worry about their meals.

Avoiding dairy items, hard drinks, and beverages with a lot of caffeine is strongly advised because they could negatively affect your physiology and health at higher altitudes.

Drinking Water

Trekkers must drink plenty of water to keep their bodies hydrated and avoid altitude sickness (AMS). (Acute Mountain Sickness). Three to four liters of water per day should be consumed while trekking to Gokyo Lake.

Instead of purchasing bottled water, we strongly advise you to carry one reusable water container that can hold hot water. Bottled water can be pricey on treks and contribute to thrashing issues around the Everest region. Water purification tablets can be used to clean water. But after taking tablets, the flavor will change. Water should always be consumed after sufficient cleansing. At the teahouse, boiled water is offered for an extra fee.

Travel Insurance

A strong travel insurance policy that provides sufficient insurance for all of your activities is essential for the Gokyo Lake trek. During the entire trip, anything may happen. Although we are more concerned with safety, accidents, and emergencies that may happen where we are occasionally cannot be completely ruled out.

Your travel insurance plan should cover any medical issues you may experience while trekking, as well as physical injuries, helicopter evacuation, hospital costs, and other charges.

Electricity and Communication

In the city area, there will always be electricity and an internet connection. There may be power disruptions in some village areas during treks, though. Due to the overcrowded route and remote location, even in tea houses or lodges where you choose to stay, there can be extra fees for using electricity or internet services. Please be aware that there won’t be any access to electricity or the Internet during the journey. The tea houses or lodges where you will be staying are the best places to charge your electronic gadgets.

ATM and Currency exchange

Travelers can easily obtain Nepalese currency in Nepal’s major urban centers of Kathmandu because of the abundance of easy ATMs and money exchange facilities that are available there. In remote locations, where only Nepalese money is used and modern banking facilities may be rare, these services might not be easily accessible.

Travelers are highly recommended to make plans ahead of time and convert their foreign currency for Nepalese currency before starting a trek to avoid probable inconveniences. This will guarantee that sufficient local currency is easily accessible to buy necessities like food, water, and other important goods while on the hike. The process can be sped up and unnecessary tension reduced by seeking advice from local currency exchange services in Pokhara or Kathmandu.

Vehicle Nepal Team

A reputable and well-known adventure travel agency, Vehicle Nepal is situated in the stunning nation of Nepal and is officially registered as a company for tourism, and Vehicles. We specialize in providing outstanding trekking tours to visitors from around the world who want to discover the majestic Himalayas.

At Vehicle Nepal, we are dedicated to doing our work to the highest standard possible. We have built a reputation for offering an excellent level of service because our main objective is to make sure that our visitors have a safe and memorable journey.

Our team consists of up of experienced, dedicated guides, assistant guides, and porters who are passionate about making sure that our visitors have a pleasurable and memorable experience. We take pride in providing a selection of amenities and services that are intended to improve the overall trekking experience and make it more enjoyable and adventurous.

We are committed to exceeding the requirements and expectations of our cherished visitors, and we do everything in our ability to make sure that their trip is a success. We go above and beyond in offering individualized attention, first-rate service, and sincere care from the moment they arrive in Nepal until the end of their journey.

Tipping

Tipping is an optional way for you to express appreciation for your services. You may want to leave a tip for the services you appreciate, or you may just want to express your gratitude in Nepali by saying “DHANYABAD.”

The final day of the vacation is typically when tips are given. Similar to this, trekkers are free to tip a hotel, lodge, or individual on whatever day they choose. trekkers are free to tip the hotel, lodge, or individuals whenever they like. Tipping is completely a matter of personal preference and perception.

Booking process

You can contact us in different ways to book a vehicle and also you have different payment options while booking the Gokyo Lake Trek. We accept:

  • Bank transfer

Bank transfer is available for international and domestic tourists. The bank details of our company are:

Account Name of the Company: Graceful Adventure Travel Pvt. Ltd

Name of Bank: Muktinath Bikas Bank LTD

Account No:2222530000591762

Account type: Current

  • Cash-in-hand

We also accept cash in hand for this trek, if you are near our office then you can visit an office. You should pay 30% in advance for the Everest Base Camp trek.

  • E-wallet like e-Sewa, Khalti, or Connect Ips

E-wallets like e-Sewa, Khalti, or Connect Ips are also available in Vehicle Nepal. Nepalese and Indian citizens can use e-wallets like e-Sewa and Khalti for payment.

 

For further booking, you can contact us:

Kathmandu Office 9851219412 Whatsapp/Viber
E-mail ID Nepalvehicle123@gmail.com
Location of Office Z-street, Thamel-Kathmandu
Contact number 9851219412, (+977) 4700180

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