Mount Everest is the tallest mountain in the world is in Nepal near the Nepal, China, and Tibet border. When measured from the base of the mountain, it stands at 8848m tall. The surrounding peaks of Himalayas make this region a grand delight for the eyes. Hundreds of thousands of people come here to hike and trek in the Himalayas.
HOW TO GO
The best thing a visitor can do here is to go to the Everest Base Camp. Going to the Basecamp includes, you taking a bus from Lhasa to Shigatse. Then with the help of private transport go to the base camp via Dingri and Rongbuk Monastery. There are many hotels in Dingri where travelers stay before embarking on their journey to the Everest Base Camp.
WHEN TO GO
If hiking is seriously your forte, then book your tickets for April, May or June. At this time of the year, there is no rain and minimal cold. And it is also a unique period where the flag like clouds wave above the peak. Hence giving photographers incredible opportunities to click the Giant’s glory.
THINGS TO DO
The highest religious temple in the world is the Rongbuk Monastery. Visit it on your way to the Everest Base Camp( eight kilometers away from Rongbuk monastery). Once you reach the Everest Base Camp which is on the northern side of the mountain, you reach the biggest base camp for mountaineers. The base camps are not just a place to pitch your tents and rest, but when you stay overnight at a camp, then you start enjoying the feel of nearby snowy peaks. You need to be in sound physical shape to do the climbing( if you suffer from high blood pressure then it is not recommended).
It is better to carry extra batteries if you carry your camera with yourself during the trek. But the charge drains faster due to cold. The solar chargers help you charge your devices. Still, nearly all lodges allow you to charge with an extra tip. Most probably you won’t need an adapter.
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December 28, 2017 11:08 pm
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