Nepal Tour, Nepal Trekking, Peak Climbing

Everest Base Camp Trek Nepal

Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the most popular tourist destinations of Nepal.  It is famous for its high mountain peaks Mount Everest, Lhotse, Gokyo Ri and beautiful hills. The Everest Base Camp Trek of Nepal is extremely popular among the trekkers. This trek gives the most exotic views of Mount Everest. It also allows you to experience the friendly culture of Khumbu Valley when you visit the Sherpa villages, the Sherpa people, and also the Buddhist monasteries. In the year 2013 over 35,000 people had trekked to this region.

The amalgamation of the breathtaking beauty, amazing culture, warmth of the hospitality of the Nepalese people, along with a personal sense of achievement makes the trek to the Everest Base Camp an unforgettable one.

The Most Appropriate Time to Make the Trek

The most suitable time to make the trek to the Everest Base Camp is from March to May or from September to December. The temperature becomes hot during the month of May, just prior to the monsoon season. This means that you have to be prepared for rain. In the month of December the temperature falls below zero. However, the days are beautiful and there are fewer trekkers during this time.

In this trek you will find yourself lost in the mountain terrain that alters from lush farmlands, dense forests, to clear blue rivers. After finishing off the trek you might feel exhausted, but you also feel an immense sense of pride.

Things you Need for the Trek

When you undertake this trek, make it a point to pack pretty lightly. Make sure that you do not carry more than fifteen kilograms of weight. You also need to consider the load of the porter accompanying you. Include a fleece jacket, thermal underwear, and also a down jacket. This is because Himalaya turns cold above 3000 meter height, during any time of the year. Take a pair of long pants, another light fleece and warm jumper.

Footwear should comprise of trekking socks, broken-in boots, and sneakers or sandals to wear in the evening. Make sure you take raincoat, woolen hat, gloves, polarized sunglasses, and also sunhat. Carry a sleeping bag if necessary. When you have a thermal liner it becomes more comfortable.

You should ensure that you are opting for travel size toiletries. Make room for some good sunscreen, tissues, lip balm, and travel towel. Baby wipes are helpful during those days when you are unable to shower. Pack first aid kit and make sure that it has medicines of diarrhea, sinus and chest infection, antibiotics, and some adhesive bandages for applying on blisters.

Things to Keep in Mind

There are certain things that you need to keep in mind when you are trekking to the Everest Base Camp. Use water purification tablets for drinking water. It is much safer than buying bottled water for drinking from the lodges and the hotels.

The altitude can have an effect on anybody and make them sick. Watch out for the signs of altitude sickness which includes symptoms like dizziness, sleeplessness, breathlessness, loss of appetite and headache. Keep some medicines for this. Food becomes scanty with the increase in height, so take ample snacks along with you. Also carry enough cash, for it might come handy at any time. Last but not the least; you should stay positive during your trek.

Nepal has other many trekking regions and tour places which are also very popular in the world. Annapurna Base Camp, Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek, Langtang Valley, Gosaikunda trek and Helambu trek etc.

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