Mt. Everest Tour – Trekking to Mt. Everest Tour
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Mt. Everest Tour – Trekking to Mt. Everest Tour

Update: Nov. 13th, 2012

Mt. Everest Tour – Trekking to Mt. Everest Tour

There are a large number of tourists planning a Mt. Everest tour would like to trek to Mt. Everest Base Camp. To ensure a safe trekking, Tibet tour would like to provide some notes of trekking for tourists' reference.

Mt. Everest Tour – Before the Trekking to EBC

Tourists should take a good rest and pack your bag before the trekking tour. Most of the tourists make a Mt. Everest tour would stay overnight at Shigatse before make their way to Mt. Everest. The accommodation condition in Shigatse is pretty good; tourists could have a good rest there. Besides, the necessities of trekking should be prepared here.

Portable mountaineering shoes, sunbonnet, gloves, sick socks, long woolen underwear, and thick pants should be prepared if you are planning to do some trekking activities during the Mt. Everest tour in winter. Some commonly used medicines should also be prepared in case of need during the trekking tour. Besides, a pair of sunglasses is also necessary since the sunshine radiation is pretty strong on Tibet Plateau.

Mt. Everest Tour – During the Trekking to EBC

Trekking is a whole-body exercise, tourists are advised to take proper ways to balance your body and adjust your space to the right tempo during trekking to Mt. Everest Base Camp. Tourists planning a Mt. Everest tour are advised to take a rest in a regular time initiatively. The necessary water supplement and energy supplement are very important. When it comes to water, it should be noted that have more times a day but less amount at each could help you to avoid discomfort in stomach.

While trekking to Mt. Everest Base Camp, tourists are suggested to take a 5-minute rest each hour, among which you could drink some water. Take a rest in a regular time would be more effective than take a one-hour break after four or 5 hours trekking. A long time rest will make your aching and limp muscles harden and it will take more time to adapt to the trekking pattern again.

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