Useful Dos and Don’t for your Everest Base Camp(EBC) trek
21 Dec 2020 Adventure Mountain Treks
Nepal is gearing up for the next trekking season on its most celebrated trekking routes. For most of the adventure trekkers, this means marking Nepal’s Everest Base Camp trek off their bucket list.
The COVID-19 pandemic was responsible for much quieter in 2020, although it is soon reopened in November. Before that, the trekkers had become increasingly devasted. It remains to be seen how brisk tourism will revive in 2022, but regardless of what percentage of people are on the trail, there are ways to make it smoother for everyone.
You meet people of all types once you travel, but there’s something about the Himalayan trail that can really make you a blockhead. There are, of course, also sly ways to be rude on the way to Everest Base Camp, too, which can be disrespectful to everyone from locals to fellow hikers. In an age where even the highest peaks of the Himalayas are littered with trash and experiencing glacier melt, any negative turnaround in traffic can indeed have an outsize impact.
For travelers who wish to have a positive experience trekking to Everest Base Camp – and make it positive for everyone around you too – here are some things to remember of.