Everest Base Camp Trek - 15 Days

Best Trek to Explore Mount Everest
  • Duration 16 Days
  • Trip Grade Moderate
  • Max. Altitude 5545m
  • Trip Start Kathmandu
  • Trip End Kathmandu
  • Trip Area Everest Region
  • Nature of Trip Everest National Park Area
  • Major Activities Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour
  • Best Season Mar to May & Sep to Nov


  • The top of the world - Mount Everest
  • Namche Bazar - the highest market in the world and a popular stop on the trek.
  • Lukla Airport, known for its adventurous landings and takeoffs
  • Tangboche Monastery, the largest and most famous monasmonasteryhe Khumbu region.
  • Dudh Koshi River, which flows through the Namche Bazar area on the way to the base camp.
  • Khumbu Glacier and Khumbu Icefall, are some of the highest and largest in the world, are located in the Everest region.
  • Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to many natural wonders.
  • Hillary Museum in Khumbu village which pays tribute to the first man to reach the summit of Mount Everest.
  • Sherpa culture and vibrant monasteries offer a peaceful and cultural experience during the Everest Base Camp Trek.

What  to Expect  Everest  Base Camp 

"Experience the thrill of a lifetime with an Everest Base Camp Trek in Nepal"

Are you ready to accept the challenge on a joyful journey toward the heart of the Himalayas? If yes, then let's join us on an adventurous trek journey towards the Everest Base Camp. Trust us, the sense of accomplishment you will feel at the end of this trek is much more worthy.

Everest Base Camp Trek is an adventure of a lifetime, offering breathtaking mountain views, cultural experiences, and a chance to explore the natural wonders of the Everest region in Nepal. The trek begins with a scenic flight to Lukla Airport and takes you through the various beautiful landscapes, monasteries, and traditional Sherpa villages. You will explore the peaks like Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and other various Himalayan mountain ranges.

Along the way, you'll have the great experience of understanding the people, their hospitality, culture, tradition, and way of life.

This trek takes about 12 -14 days to complete depending upon the route, pace, and other different situations. The trek is physically more demanding and requires a good level of fitness but the rewards of reaching the base camp and seeing the best view of Mount Everest and the surrounding are well worth the effort.

You have to walk through the Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site which provides a home to a wide range of floras and faunas, including rare animals like snow leopards, Red pandas, and Himalayan Tahr.

Overall, the surroundings of the Everest Base Camp Trek are a mix of natural beauty, cultural richness, and high-altitude adventure that will leave a lasting impression on any traveler.

  Everest Base Camp Trek - it's right for you

The Everest base camp trek is considered challenging, but it is also highly rewarding. To prepare for the physically demanding trek, it is important to work on your stamina, agility, and endurance. During the trek, you can expect to face tough terrain, low oxygen concentration levels, high altitudes, and long walks (an average of 6 hours per day). To make the trek a little easier, you may want to consider hiring a porter to carry your duffle bag or backpack (up to 13-17 kg). By keeping your daytime personal belongings in a small backpack and letting a porter carry the rest, you can ease the burden on your back, legs, and shoulders. Remember that "difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations," and with proper preparation and a little help from a porter, you can make the most of your Everest base camp trek.

But, If you have any problem or difficulty with trekking for more than 14 to 15 days then we have also the service of Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour.

Acclimatization on Your Everest Base Camp Trek

Altitude sickness is a common risk in high-altitude trekking, particularly above 3,000 meters where the oxygen concentration in the atmosphere decreases by 15-30%. Symptoms of altitude sickness can include severe headache, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, fast heartbeat, and difficulty breathing. To prevent altitude sickness, it is important to acclimatize properly to the changing climatic and altitude conditions, avoid consuming too much alcohol, and drink plenty of water.

Our itineraries are designed to ease the risks of altitude sickness and allow you to acclimatize properly. We have allocated two days for acclimatization in Namche and Dingboche to give your body time to adjust to the higher altitudes. Our well-trained guides are also equipped with oxygen meters to monitor your oxygen levels and take necessary precautions to avoid any risks.

At Adventure Altitude Treks and Expedition, the safety of our customers is our top priority. In the event of altitude sickness, our guides are trained to handle the situation and ensure your health and well-being. To descend immediately is the first and main cure in case of altitude sickness, and our guides are prepared to take the necessary actions to ensure your safety. Don't ignore any symptoms of altitude sickness, and let our guides handle the situation

UNESCO World Heritage Site - Sagarmatha National Park

The park is named after the Nepali word for Mount Everest, "Sagarmatha," and is an important cultural and natural site for the people of Nepal. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the Solu-Khumbu region of Nepal. The park is a popular destination for trekkers and mountaineers, offering a mix of natural beauty, cultural richness, and high-altitude adventure. It is home to some of the world's highest and most iconic mountains, including Mount Everest, the highest point on Earth. The park covers an area of approximately 1,148 square kilometers and is home to a wide range of flora and fauna, including snow leopards, Himalayan tahr, and red pandas. The park is also home to several traditional Sherpa villages and monasteries, providing visitors with an opportunity to learn about the culture and way of life of the local people.
You can read more about Sagarmatha National Park here.

Gateway to the Everest Base Camp - Lukla

Lukla, also known as the Tenzing-Hillary airport, is the first place that comes to mind when thinking of the Everest region. Located at an altitude of 2,860 meters, it is considered one of the most adventurous and dangerous airports in the world due to its short airstrip and high hills surrounding the area. Flying into Lukla on a small twin otter, which can carry a maximum of 16-18 passengers, is an exciting and thrilling experience, with the clouds and high hills providing a sense of great adventure. Despite the potential risks involved, Lukla serves as the gateway to the Everest region and offers a range of amenities and services, including Wi-Fi, communication networks, a French bakery, cafes, and pubs.

The Heart of Sherpa Culture - Namche Bazar 

Namche Bazar is a vibrant and exciting place to visit during the Everest base camp trek. Located at an altitude of 3,440 meters, it serves as one of the key acclimatization points on the journey. Namche Bazar offers a range of amenities and luxuries, including some of the highest-placed pubs and bakeries serving a variety of cuisines, including Irish, German, and French. The village is also known for its fusion of traditional Sherpa culture with modern necessities, and many trekkers and climbers enjoy the lively pubs and bars in the area. With its ancient paradise vibe and rich cultural offerings, Namche Bazar is a must-visit destination on the Everest base camp trek.

Scenic Beauty of Dingboche 

Dingboche is a beautiful village on the Everest base camp trek that offers amazing views of the high mountains from its front porch and backyard. Many trekkers choose to stop in Dingboche for an overnight stay to fully enjoy the stunning surroundings. The village offers standard twin beds and electricity, as well as Wi-Fi and hot showers on demand. While in Dingboche, be sure to try the local Sherpa food and immerse yourself in the rich culture of the region.

The Last Village on the Everest Base Camp Travel - Gorekshep

Gorekshep is the final resting point on the Everest base camp trek, located at an altitude of 5,100 meters above sea level. From Gorekshep, trekkers can enjoy stunning views of Mount Everest and the surrounding peaks, making it a popular stopping point on the journey. Gorekshep is also a junction between Kalapatthar and the base camp, and it is common for trekkers to hike to the base camp and then return to Gorekshep for an overnight stay before continuing to Kalapatthar the following morning. From Gorekshep, trekkers can then continue their journey towards Lukla, the gateway to the Everest region.

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  • AccommodationHotel Thamel Park
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When you arrive at Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport, you will be greeted by one of our representatives who will help you transfer to your designated hotel. After checking in, you will have some free time to rest and relax. At 5 pm, we will meet for a brief discussion about the trip and provide you with a welcome dinner. You will then have some free time to explore the city. Our representative will be available to answer any questions you may have and to assist you with any needs during your stay in Kathmandu.

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On our second day, we will start preparing for your trek. One of Our representatives will remind you to get all the permits necessary for this trek. You will be reminded to check your trek insurance policy and provide us with a copy of it. You will meet your Team leader and other support professionals who will check your trekking gears to make sure they meet the requirements. After a brief introduction with the crew, one of our tour operators will take you on a city tour. You will be visiting 4 heritage sites, that hold historical, religious, and cultural significance.

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We will take an early morning flight to Lukla airstrip @2840 m on a twin-otter plane. After reaching Lulka you will meet you porters and the Sherpas, then the trip will start. Starting from Lukla we will end our first day trip at Phakding. The legendary trekking trial through the traditional local (Sherpa)settlement with the amazing view of the Dudhkoshi river gorge and the farming  terrace on  the backdrop of the gorge will accompany you all the time through the trail. 

  • Over-night stay at Phakding 
  • Dinner of your choice.
  • A short briefing of the trail next day with several local descriptions

  • AccommodationHotel Sherpa Land
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The great adventure to the foothills of the Mighty Everest starts from here. Since we will be climbing uphill entirely to 3,440 m, our body may get fatigued sooner. Due to low Oxygen level concentration, our body needs time to adjust with the weather and thin air. To avoid fatigue and to give our body time to adjust with the environment, we will be walking slowly with plenty of breaks. 

  • Wake up at the time and normal breakfast
  • 3 hours of gentle hiking before lunch 
  • Crossing some of the highest suspension bridges will add thrill in the adventure
  • Amazing view of Thamserku, Holy Black Khumbiyela and Kusum Kangroo net to Namche Bazaar
  • Stay Overnight at Namche

  • AccommodationHotel Sherpa Land
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After breakfast, you will be hiking to Syanboche- The Everest View Point. The hike is of around ninety minutes to the top. The hill offers 360 views of mountains including Mount Everest itself. Then after, you will trek down to Namche Bazar for the lunch. Post lunch you can explore the local Bazar of Namche.  

  • Few hours hiking around view-points sepcially Syangboche of Namche for proper acclimatization 
  • The phenomenol profile of green hills with lively Tibetian Culture and tradition
  • Grazing yaks in the meadwos 
  • Experience the modern lifestyle in the rural part of the country at Namche

  • AccommodationHotel Rebendall
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  • Altitude/Time3860m

One of the exciting days, hiking to Tengboche is an easy one. Along the way, you might get a chance to see the Himalayan Monal- the national bird of Nepal. At Tengboche, you can visit the Tengboche Monastery- the biggest in the Everest region. And in the evening the fabulous sunset view will amaze you.

  • AccommodationHotel Goodluck
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Altitude/Time4410m

Witness the mesmerizing view of the sunrise in the Himalayas. Then start the trekking after breakfast. En-route to Dingboche, you may get the chance to see Himalayan Musk Deer and also Snow Leopard as well. The superb mountain views will be all the way to Dingboche. 

A beautiful village situated at the foot of soaring Amadablam

An amazing walk with the most superb view

possibility of seeing majestic himalayan animals like Musk deer , Snow Leopard , Mountain goat etc

A gentle walk till Pangbuche and a good lunch at Somare village

Astounding view of numerous mountains that were hidden from Namche 

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The hike to Nagarjun is worthwhile and must do as it offers superb views of mountains and will certainly Helpful for the next day. After the hike, you will come back to the lodge for lunch. Post lunch you will be taking the rest. 

Morning hike to Nagarjun Hill for acclimatization after breakfast

Amazing bird's eye view of the surroundings including Island Peak and Makalu mountain.

Dinner time briefing about the trek next day 

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A Relatively shorter trekking day, the trek to Lobuche is gradual and mostly flat and occasional uphill. Along the way, the monument hill is one of the places to notice. The overnight will be at a local lodge. 

Gradual ascent towards the peaceful and beautiful Himalayan pasture

Stride up to the memorial plateau  built in rememberance of people eho met trageic incident at Everest region

A chance to explore tradtional Tibeto-Buddhist culture and tradition at Lobuche

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  • Altitude/Time5364mHotel budhha

The exciting day when the dream meets destiny. Hike through rocky moraine trail up to Gorakshep. We will have lunch there. Gorekshep is the last teahouse before EBC. The enormous Pumori, Lingtren, Nuptse, and of course the mighty Everest surround Gorakshep. So leave your stuff in Gorakshep, then go to Everest Base Camp with your day pack and the camera. Enjoy your moments at Everest Base Camp then retrace back to Gorakshep for the night. 

Challenging but a very rewarding walk to and from the Base Camp

Spectacular view of Khumbu Icefall 

enjoy your time being there 

  • AccommodationHotel faricha
  • MealsB.L.D
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Start early morning for an epic climb to Kalapatthar for the sunrise in Everest. In fact, Kalapatthar offers a greater view of Everest than Everest Base Camp that surpasses your wildest imagination. After the sunrise, retrace back to Gorakshep for the breakfast. Then you take the way back to Pheriche for the overnight.

The hardest yet the most rewarding part of the trail with beautiful panoramic view 

Remarkable view of sunrise

  • AccommodationHotel sherpaland
  • MealsB.L.D
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Retrace further back to Namche Bazar. The way back to Namche is mostly downhill and easy. The overnight will be at a local teahouse. 

  • AccommodationHotel sunrishe
  • MealsB.L.D
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You will follow the same way back to Phakding again. We will retrace our way back through the rhododendron forest and follow the Dudhkoshi River gorge downhill which takes us out of the national park and to Phakding. 

  • AccommodationHotel mera lodage
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On the final trekking day, you will follow the same way back via Dudh Koshi Riverbank. In the evening, celebrate the successful trekking with the crews. 

  • AccommodationHotel thamel park
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Say goodbye to the porters, then fly back to Kathmandu. In Kathmandu, you can do the last-minute shopping. In the evening, enjoy the farewell dinner with our team.

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You will be transferred to Kathmandu International Airport to catch your returning flight. 


Not satisfied with this regular itinerary?

Are you interested on planning custom trip? Feel free to contact us.

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Cost Details
What's Included
  • Airport pick up and drop off by a private vehicle
  • 3 Nights hotel in Kathmandu a 3-star category hotel with breakfast on twin sharing basis
  • Kathmandu Valley sightseeing (Private vehicle and a tour guide)
  • Flight (Kathmandu-Lukla and Lukla-Kathmandu)
  • Sagarmatha National Park fee and Pasang Lhamu Village entrance fees.
  • An experienced English-speaking guide and his all expenses including his insurance
  • Porter (1 porter for 2 trekkers) including all expenses including their insurance
  • Food on the full board during the trekking with 3 complimentary teas and teahouse accommodation.
  • First aid kit
  • All the Governmental taxes and service charges
What's Excluded
  • International airfare
  • Travel insurance
  • Nepal visa fees
  • Personal expenses (Wifi, bar bills, laundries, hot shower during the trekking, gadget charging fees- US$ 1- US$ 5 per gadget, mobile recharge, etc)
  • Extra nights accommodation in Kathmandu in case of early arrival from the trek due to unforeseen circumstances
  • Extra luggage charges (Only 15 kgs- 10kgs+5kgs are included if more you need to pay US$ 2 per kilogram)
  • Emergency evacuation (our company will help to arrange the evacuation if needed)
  • Tipping
  • Anything that is not included in the inclusion list
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Useful Info

Choosing the Best Months for Your Everest Base Camp Trek

If you're planning a trip to the Everest region, picking the right season is very crucial. The best time to visit is determined by your personal preferences and the type of experience you seek.

  • Spring (March-May):

    The spring season is considered the best time to trek to Everest base camp due to its beautiful weather and perfect conditions for high-altitude trekking. The clear, dry weather and warmer temperatures make for an enjoyable and comfortable journey, and the stunning views of the landscapes and colorful rhododendron forests add an extra touch of magic to the adventure. However, it's worth noting that the spring season is also the peak season for trekking, so the trails and lodges may be more crowded with fellow trekkers, and the weather window for climbers who want to scale Mount Everest typically opens during this time. Despite these drawbacks, the spring season remains the best time to visit the Everest region for many trekkers due to its unbeatable weather and stunning natural beauty.

  • Monsoon (June-August):

    While the monsoon season may not be the best time to trek to Everest base camp, it is still possible to embark on this adventure during this time of year. However, it's important to be extra careful during the monsoon season, as the trail can become muddy and slippery, increasing the risk of accidents. The lower regions of the Everest region experience more rainfall during the monsoon season, while the upper Himalayan region receives less, so be prepared for potentially wet and slippery conditions. Therefore, the monsoon season is generally less favored for an Everest base camp trek due to the increased risk of accidents and potentially challenging weather conditions. If you do decide to visit the region during the monsoon season, be sure to take extra precautions and be aware of the potential risks.

  • Fall (September- November):

    The fall season, from September to November, is considered another top time to trek to Everest base camp due to its moderate temperatures, clear skies, and lower chance of problematic rains or snowfall. While the temperatures may be a little cooler than the springtime, the mesmerizing views of the surrounding peaks more than makeup for it. Light rainfall in the early days of autumn can also add an extra touch of magic to the trek. Overall, the fall season is a great time to visit the Everest region, offering moderate temperatures, clear skies, and stunning mountain views. If you're planning a trek to Everest base camp, consider visiting in the fall to experience the best the region has to offer.

  • Winter (December-February):

    Winter is a great time for a snowy adventure in the Everest region as long as you're well prepared for the cold weather. The clear skies and excellent mountain views make for a breathtaking experience, and the off-season crowds mean you can enjoy a more peaceful journey. To gear up properly for the winter season, be sure to pack warm clothing, gloves, hats, and other cold-weather gear. In recent years, Nepal's tourism industry has also introduced a range of winter sports, including ice skating and skiing in Gokyo Lake and on Mera Peak, adding an extra touch of excitement to the region's winter wonderland. Overall, the winter season is a great time to visit the Everest region, offering clear skies, excellent mountain views, and the chance to try out new winter sports. If you're looking for a snowy adventure, consider visiting the Everest region in the winter season.

Ensuring Safe and Secureness at Everest Base Camp: Essential Safety Precautions

The Everest base camp trek is generally considered safe, with well-marked trails and plenty of small settlements and tea houses along the way where you can find hospitable locals and decent accommodations. Some of the key places to stop along the trek include Lukla, Namche Labouche, and Gorkashep, which offer a range of amenities including internet access, hot showers, and delicious food. While the trails and terrains can be challenging, you'll have a professional team leader and assistants to guide you through the vast wilderness of the Himalayas. To ensure the maximum safety of our trekkers, we recommend avoiding alternate routes or shortcuts as these can increase the risk of getting lost. Overall, the Everest base camp trek is a thrilling and rewarding adventure that can be enjoyed safely with the right precautions and guidance. Below are some normal safety tips for any trekkers:

  • Avoiding Shortcuts: Why Sticking to the Marked Trail is Essential for your safety.
  • Be Prepared for Anything: The Importance of Carrying a Small Basic First-Aid Kit.
  • Stay Connected and Powered Up: The Benefits of Solar-Powered Phone and Tablet Chargers on the Trek
  • Protect Yourself from the Elements: Essential Protective Clothing and Gear for the Trek
  • Stay Healthy and Comfortable: Tips for Avoiding Illness and Discomfort during your Trek.
  • Trek in Good Company: The Safety Benefits of Walking in a Group or Following a Group.
  • Drink Responsibly and Eat Smart: Tips for Maintaining Good Health and Hydration on Trek.

Discovering the Highest Point Attained During the Trekking towards Everest Base Camp: Kala Patthar 

Located at an altitude of 5,545 meters above sea level, Kala Patthar is the highest viewpoint that can be reached during the Everest Base Camp Trek. This famous viewpoint offers incredible, close-up views of the surrounding peaks, including the majestic Mount Everest, Pumori, Lhotse, and more than 30 other peaks.

Trekkers who make it to Kala Patthar are rewarded with breathtaking panoramic views that are truly unforgettable. It's the perfect place to take in the grandeur of the Himalayas and soak in the majesty of the world's highest mountain range.

So if you're planning an Everest Base Camp Trek, be sure to make the climb to Kala Patthar. It may be a challenging journey, but the views from the top are well worth the effort.

  • The Everest Base Camp trek is an exciting and challenging journey that takes trekkers to the base of the world's highest peak, Mount Everest. The trail can vary in difficulty depending on your experience level, but it is generally considered to be moderate for experienced trekkers and more difficult for beginners. The trek begins at an altitude of 3000 meters and ends at 5400 meters at the base camp, with most of the trail gradually ascending. The trail can be rocky and the weather can be extreme, so it is important to be properly prepared with a customized itinerary that includes acclimatization points, rest stops, and experienced guides and porters. Don't let the challenges of the trail deter you, as our team is dedicated to ensuring a safe and enjoyable trek for all of our clients.

  • 2. How to be prepared for Everest Base Camp Trek ?

    Althoug Everest Base Camp trek may seem challenging, is is definitely not bone cracking for sure. To be more accurate , the trail is more like a long hike at high altitude . The trek requires no climbing skills or techical expertise as the trail ends at the base of Mighty Everest. However, one should be physically fit and mentally determined. One can start basic physical training that boosts stamina, agility and endurance.


  •  What is the best time to do Everest Base Camp Trek ?

    Although Everest Base Camp trek can be done at any seasons , the best time to trek Everest region are Spring ( March-May ) and Fall ( September-November) . With clear skies and no rainfall , one can get the best out of Everest region during these times. However , the trail is mostly crowded by other trekkers as it is the best time trek Everest Base Camp. With extra care , Everest Base Camp trek can be done during monsoon ( June-August) only if your are comfortable with a little rain and mud. The upper Himalayan region experience low rainfall so weather will be mostly clear . The benefit of trekking during off season is the trail is usually quiet with little to no crowd.


  • 4. Is it safe to trek Everest Base Camp ?

    The trail may seems challenging but with enough preperations , it is absolutely safe to trek Everest Base Camp.

  • Do I need to hire porter/guide to trek Everest Base Camp ?

    Everest Base Camp trek can be done without hiring guide/porter. However we recommend you to hire a guide/porter. A guide with lots of eperience can provide you a lot of information about the locality , culture, traditions, geography and climatic pattern of the place and also the language barrier wont be problem if you want to connect with locals. And a porter can carry your dufflebag and this will surely ease your trekking. The 6-7 hrs uphill with 15-20 kg on your back may make you feel uncomfortable and fatigues early . A porter can carry upto 25 kg total so that you can enjoy your trek without having to mind about your back.

  • why do people have to get Altitude sickness?

    Especially Nepal is a mountaineering country in the world. located in south Asia there are many of the highest mountains above 8 thousand meters Mount Everest, Makalu, Kanchan Ganga, and Annapurna surrounding Nepal. more trekkers have to plan to visit the highest mountain in Nepal but they have a big issue with mountain altitude sickness. who are interested to do the Nepal trekking need to must preparing the waking to snowy mountains. when they are arriving in Kathmandu starting to Diamox but why they can use the medicine what is the Diamox, is a solution to the problem that does not use Diamox at sea level. I have more than 15 years of trekking guide experience in the snow mountain in Nepal.

    we always support and give good confidence to our valuable able customers my suggestion for those who are going to the highest mountain for trekking and expedition all around the world first need to do light training and find the fitness level for yourself. mountain site, not the same temperature and climate every 1h to changing so you need to use a long slip t-shirt and jumper not open your body in the mountain site. so when you have a get cold and your body power or thinking power is gone less. you think negative wow my got I think I feel altitude sickness. that's the way first you need to think positive altitude sickness is not a direct problem to an altitude sickness first they give us symptoms like blogging your eyes, don't like to eat anything to food, vomiting, and back headache problem so you need to carefully mention the food and health your body is recovering don't care anything you got altitude sickness

    what is the solution of altitude sickness

    we have a great idea to solve altitude sickness in all Himalayan parts of the world. when you are starting to trekking you need to care about your health first thing is the food you can eat green vegetables and organic food so you got energy, and you need to eat garlic soup once a day 1 time don't be trying to meat item in highest mountain area if they have to fresh its ok but mountain site, not fresh meat item so you need to control for above the 4000 m high and energy bar chocolate when you are hungry you need to eat at least your body get power to move further step so not attack the altitude sickness. every trekker needs to take five liters of water per day so when the traveler uses the Diamox so when time your body is dry you need to recycle for body and trekking time swatting to use the good thermal. for example, mount Everest base camp trekking

    if travelers have altitude sickness what we do

    when trekkers have to get altitude sickness first step you need to come to lowes1000 elevation to where you are and the second step we need to eat soup & energy food, after that use 1 pers Diamox and take rested 2hours then they feel much better if their feet try to go again to further if they have to still problem need to camp back don't try to go more altitude. sometimes people try to go to high altitudes that's a way people go die in a mountain first need to care for yourself if any trekkers carefully follow that information differently they got a destination. the last thing is Diamox is not a medicine that just sorts time gives to control your body time if can don't drink water that time problem the side effect

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