Everest Base Camp is really a challenging and lifetime adventure in Nepal. Every trekker who travels to Nepal for trekking in Nepal Himalayas wants to go on Everest Base Camp Trekking but everyone can’t do it. Because for the Everest base camp trekking you need to have a per training and preparation.
Before going on a trek to Everest Base Camp, you need to know how is the difficulty level of the trek. Reaching the Everest base camp or the top of the world by walking is not an easy task, so you need to have special planning and a few days of acclimatization.
About 30,000 trekkers per year make their holidays to Everest Base Camp Trek during peak seasons in Nepal. The trek takes two weeks to finish with the acclimatization.
The most important thing to consider during trekking to Everest Base Camp is its altitude. The high altitude of the trek makes the journey difficult for first-time trekkers and for experienced also. So, you should be aware of Acute Mountain Sickness or simply not underestimate the altitude. You will hike just from 3,000 m at Lukla to 5554m at Kala Pathar, this is the fact that anytime, anywhere you may suffer from altitude sickness so be prepared and walk slowly.
A scheduled itinerary with the proper acclimatization will be beneficial to make over the risk of altitude sickness. During the rest day, you can explore the Khumbu village and monasteries.
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