Trekking in the area of Mount Everest in Nepal is one of the most popular activities for thrillers and adventure-seekers around the globe. Mount Everest is the highest peak in the world, and the trek to Everest Base Camp is a wonderful journey for trekking enthusiasts who come to see Everest and enjoy breathtaking views of the snow-capped Himalayan Mountains.

Is it safe?

If the beauty of the Himalayan mountain ranges has captured your attention, you should not miss this trip. The rich culture of the area is fascinating and there are endless opportunities to explore and discover the country. If you are planning to climb Mount Everest, you should be an experienced climber and get well prepared for the challenges that await you. The trek to Everest Base Camp Trek is much safer in comparison to climbing Everest. Be aware though that altitude sickness can happen even at the base of the tallest mountain.

How long does the trek take?

In average, the 130 km round trip takes 12 days. Getting to the base camp takes 8 days, getting back down 4 days. During the trek, you can enjoy the beauty of the Nepalese culture. Feel the spray of the snow that is on the mountains. Walk through mesmerizing landscapes with breathtaking views, a true heaven for photographers. With the right preparation and planning, you will enjoy every minute of this incredible adventure.

If you plan to come here for the first time, it is advisable to hire a guide. There are many trekking companies who offer their services for tourists. You can plan and book your trip online to make sure you are well prepared for your journey. Your travel agent is easy to reach online and will help you pick the right package for your base camp trip. Plus, they will provide you with the proper guidance and do everything to keep you safe during your trek, so you can fully enjoy your adventure of a lifetime.

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