Solo travel in summer give you an ample time to spend a quality holiday with yourself and discover greater things in life. India fulfills the need of all the summer plans, while you think about the suitable place to visit this summer, we have an ultimate destination planned for you that is a package of scenery, vibrant population, enthusiastic people, experience, and discovery.
Agreed to by all of us, trekking is an absolute yes when it comes to enjoy and seek exploratory destination around the country and the world and nothing is better than trekking at the ultimate Mount Everest. It is a brilliant experience for all the Trek enthusiasts. It attracts trekkers from around the globe. The excellent time to make a trip there is from May to mid-September or August as the temperatures are balanced. Adequate preparation is needed before you head off to Mount Everest, from essential items and appropriate gears like hiking boots, warm clothing, UV protection sun block to necessities like light weighted sleeping bags, band-aids, binoculars, etc. it is recommended to get prior information on same.
Reaching Kathmandu, getting to the base camp, all the leisure and trek that follows will lead you to amazing life phases. From spending your time amidst the local culture which has its charm to getting to know people who share the similar goals of adventurous life just like you is a perfect retreat. From demanding a brave heart and having the aspiration to climb the heights to carrying a skillful knack of climbing experience, Mount Everest will require you to spend sufficient time with it, and challenge your physical and mental vigor resulting in a lifetime experience of delight and thrill.
Trekking Tips: If you are a beginner for trekking make sure to stretch your legs frequently to avoid muscle cramps and fatigue. Keep yourself hydrated through out the trip. It is a must to make sure that you are in good shape before planning a trekking trip and start up with a small trekking trip and move on to a bigger one. Happy Trekking!
Posted by: Prathistha