Everest Base Camp Trekking – 15 Days

Trip Duration

15 Days

Trip Grade

Moderate

Highest Altitude

5,545 m ( Kala Patthar)

Accommodation

Tea house/Hotel/Lodge

Transportation

Private Vehicle and Tourist Bus

Group Size

Minimum 2 persons

Best Season

March-May, Sept-Nov

Everest Base Camp Trekking – 15 Days Brief Insight

Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the dream destinations for travellers around the globe. Located at the heart of the Khumbu region, this trek is famous worldwide for the beautiful scenery of the mountain peak, including Everest, and the warm hospitality of the Sherpa People.

This 15-day trek for the Everest base Camp is strenuous and requires good physical and mental preparedness. Even though this trek is challenging, it is suitable for both beginners and experienced ones also. Standing at the world’s highest base camp is like a dream come true for many trekkers. Also, we can make this trek more adventurous and exciting by adding side trips near the Everest Region.

This trek has everything to offer: natural beauty, religion, culture, and traditions to warm hospitality. This is a once-in-a-lifetime journey, and to make this dream possible, you can book the trek from us. You can also check last-minute booking deals where you can do this trek at a discount price.

Is this Trek Suitable for Beginners?

Everest Base Camp Trek is one of Nepal’s most famous and demanding trekking routes. To date, many trekkers have successfully summited this trek. Although this trek is challenging, this trek is possible for both beginners and experienced. Physical Fitness and proper preparation with strong determination of adventure makes this trek successful.

During this trek, you need to walk an average of 6-7 hours daily, uphill and downhill. This requires a good level of Fitness. Therefore, beginners need to train their bodies to increase the stamina required for this trek. Before 2-3 months of trek, beginners should follow these tips like Cardiovascular Exercise, Strength Training, Hiking and Walking, Altitude Training, Mental Preparation, Flexibility, and Proper nutrition.

Is there any Age Restriction for the Everest Short Trek? 

Anyone with a good physical health condition with strong determination for extreme adventure can do this trek. There is no age bar for the trekkers. From the young to the elderly, people who are capable of this trek can do it. However, we do not recommend this trek if you are below 10 years and above 70 years. It’s important to note that trekking at high altitudes to Everest Base Camp can be physically demanding. Further, it may pose risks, especially for individuals with certain health conditions.

Till now, there is no age restriction for travelers while trekking in the Everest Base Camp. Before you begin trekking, you need to follow the guidelines and safety measures the Trekking agencies give. Please ensure to stay updated with the latest rules and regulations from authorized personnel, as they may evolve.

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The side trips for this trek are:

1.Everest Base Camp with Gokyo Lake and Cho la Pass Trek

2.Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek

3.Everest High Passes Trek

4.Gokyo Lake Trek

5.Everest View Trek

Highlights of Everest Base Camp Trekking – 15 Days

  • Adventurous and thrilling flight to Lukla airport(2,860 metres /9,383 ft), the Everest Region’s main gateway.
  • Explore Sagarmatha National Park is home to four of the world’s sixth tallest peaks, including the iconic Mount Everest (Sagarmatha in Nepali) at 8,848 metres.
  • Chance to see some of the rare species such as Snow Leopard, Red Panda, Himalayan Tahr, Impeyan Pheasant, Himalayan Musk Deer, Golden Eagle, etc.
  • Breathtaking views of mountain peaks like Mt. Lhotse(8,516m), Cho Oyu (8,201m), Mt. Makalu (8,463m), and many more
  • Visit Tengboche Monastery, one of the most famous monasteries in the Everest region.
  • Visiting the Khumbu Glacier and Icefall is an awe-inspiring and adventurous experience.
  • Enjoy the traditional, cultural, and lifestyle of the Sherpa People.
  • Immense yourself in the natural beauty of the Everest region with warm hospitality

Detailed Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu

Welcome to Nepal! After you land in Kathmandu, our staff from the Mountface trekking agency will be there for your welcome. Our team will have a sign with our logo and your name on it, making it easy for you to find them. Then you will be taken to the Hotel in our private van or car.

After reaching the Hotel you’ll get refreshed and you will spend the night in the Hotel. Further, if you need any assistance, please feel free to message us.

Day 02: Sightseeing Day

A captivating morning with a sip of tea/ coffee, we will begin today’s tour. Our cultural guide will be there to pick you up from your Hotel. Then, we will begin our journey today by riding in a private vehicle for sightseeing. Here is the list of places that you will visit today.

  • Swayambhunath
  • Swayambhunath to Boudhanath
  • Boudhanath to Pashupatinath
  • Pashupatinath to Patan
  • Patan to Kathmandu Durbar Square
  • Back to Hotel

Day 03: Kathmandu to Lukla (2850m) Flight and hike to Phadking (2660m)

Your adventure journey to Everest Base Camp begins with the flight to Lukla, the Everest region’s main gateway. Lukla is a small airport situated at 2,860 metres (9,383 ft), also known as TENZING HILLARY AIRPORT.

Lukla flight itself is adventurous and thrilling; from the flight, you can see the bird’s view of the city, diverse landscape, dense forest, mountains, etc. Reaching near the Lukla airport, the view of the mountains becomes clearer and clearer. After getting out of the airport, you will meet your guide and the porter.

Now, with the help of the guide and the porter, you will begin to trek to the Phakding. Today’s trek is pretty easy, and it takes only 3-4 hours to reach Phakding.

Before reaching Phakding, you will pass through several Sherpa villages and Cross Dudh Koshi River. You’ll find Buddhist monuments, colourful flags, and cool mountain views on the trail.

Day 04: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3435m)

After having an early breakfast, our journey begins at the Namche Bazar. The trail path is steady and steep incline towards Namche. You will begin to fill the altitude while racing upon the Namche Bazar.

After passing through several suspension bridges over the Dudh Koshi River, you will reach the entrance gate of Sagarmatha National Park. Here, you need to show the permit before you continue your trail through the national park.

This national park is a conservation area, and you can find lots of species of plants and animals. Also, during the month of spring, the blossom of the rhododendron forest makes the trail path beautiful. After reaching Namche, you can see the majestic view of mountain peaks like Mt.Lhotse, Mt. Everest, Mt.Nuptse, Mt.Ama Dablam, Mt.Thamserku, etc.

Namche is the main tourist hub in this region, located at an altitude of 3,441 meters. You can find several shops, restaurants, hotels, banks and restaurants. You will spend the night in the tea house and rest well for tomorrow’s trek.

Day 05: Acclimatization in Namche Bazaar (3435m)

Today is the acclimatization day, which means we will take a short hike and rest well. If we go up really fast in the mountains, especially at a high place, there’s a good chance we might feel sick from the altitude. Acclimatization at the name Bazar is an important step to prevent altitude sickness.

To make this day fruitful, you have enough places to visit, like the Hillary Memorial Museum, hike to the Syangboche Airport, Everest Hotel, etc. You can get an excellent view of the surrounding mountains like Mt. Everest, Mt.Lhotse, Mt.Nuptse, Mt.Ama Dablam, Mt.Thamserku, Mt. Kongde etc.

After a short hike, you can also explore inside the bazaar for cultural and traditional exploration. You can try local handmade cuisine and enjoy the night at the tea house.

Day 06: Trek From Namche Bazaar to Tengboche (3890m)

Walking away from Namche Bazaar is like saying goodbye to the busy town and stepping into the remote and rugged world of the high Himalayas. The trail starts going uphill slowly, through pretty rhododendrons and pine forests.

You can see really nice views of the mountains around you. Passing through the several charming villages you will stop at the Kyangjuma village for tea break. The sights of Mt. Everest and Mt. Ama Dablam have some of the most amazing views during the whole trek.

Continuing our journey, we will stop at the Village of Phunki for Lunch. Then, after fuelling our body, we will pass through several stairs and Chautara. Finally, you can see the beautiful small Tengboche village located at an altitude of 3,870 meters.

This village has the largest monasteries, named as Tengboche monasteries. After visiting this, we will return to the tea house for delicious and spend the night there.

Day 07: Trek From Tengboche to Dingboche (4400m)

Today’s journey will be scenic and adventurous after leaving the tea house at Tengboche. First few hours, we will follow the descending trail and then follow the uphill to reach Dingboche.

Following the trail of the Imja Khola, we will stop at the small village of Shomare for Lunch. You can try the traditional dish as well. You can find the best momo of this region here.

Then, continuing the journey with the breathtaking view of the surroundings, you will finally reach Dingboche. This small, charming village is located at an altitude of 4,360 meters (14,305 ft).

Day 08: Acclimatization at Dingboche

Today is our second acclimatization day at Dingboche. We will adjust our body to the altitude and rest well for tomorrow’s trek. We will take a short hike and return to the tea house to spend the night.

You can climb to the top of Nangkartshang Peak, which is really high at 5,083 meters. It takes about 2-3 hours to walk up there. Once you’re at the top, you can see amazing views of Mt. Tawache, Ama Dablam, Island Peak, Lhotse, Everest, and Pumori. If you like, you can also visit Chhukung Ri, which is a popular peak in the area.

There are two summits, the main one in the middle of the picture. If you look to the left, you’ll see the path that leads to the saddle. From a ridge just a short walk south of Chhukung, you can even see Nuptse, a huge mountain in the background.

Day 09: Trek From Dingboche to Lobuche (4900m)

Dingboche is a common rest stop for Everest trekkers before heading to Lobuche. The trek starts with a leisurely walk past peaks like Ama Dablam. After two hours, the trail gets steeper, and most trekkers stop in Thukla for lunch and rest.

After a 30-minute break, the trail gets harder as you climb to Dugla Pass, where there’s a memorial park. Trekking alongside the Khumbu Glacier, you can see Kala Patthar and enjoy stunning views.

The trail to Lobuche involves sharp rocks, but after 30 minutes, it gets easier. Lobuche offers a spectacular view of the surrounding peaks. Despite the remote location, lodges in Lobuche are comfortable.

Due to the high altitude, some trekkers may experience mountain sickness. Even after acclimatizing in Dingboche, it’s important to be careful on the trail.

Day 10: Trek from Lobuche to Gorak Shep and Everest Base Camp (5364m) to Gorak Shep (5180m)

Today is your Everest Base Camp day. Wake up early, have a warm breakfast, and start around 5 am. The first hour is an easy walk despite the high altitude. The initial path is gradual and horizontal. After an hour, there’s a steep 20-minute uphill climb to Lobuche Pass at 5,110m.

The path, made by melting glaciers, is unstable in every season. Reaching Gorakshep takes about two hours, but the views are incredible. Take a break and have some food in Gorak Shep at 5,180m.

After the break, continue to Everest Base Camp. It’s only one and a half hours from Gorakshep. If you’re tired, go slowly. The trail is moderate but formed by melting glaciers.

Everest Base Camp is unstable due to rapid glacier melting caused by global warming. It’s just before the Khumbu icefall area where expedition teams pitch their tents.

Congrats when you reach Everest Base Camp! It’s not just any mountain base camp; it’s the highest one at over 5,364m. It’s a dream destination for adventure, nature, and mountain lovers.

Take pictures, celebrate, and enjoy the moment. After this unforgettable time, head back to Gorak Shep for an overnight sleep.

Day 11: Early Morning Trek from Gorak Shep to Kalapathar (5545m) and Pheriche (4320m)

Get ready for a busy day of trekking! Early in the morning, around 4:30 am, we’ll hike to the top of Kalapathar (5545 m). It’s the best spot to see the sunrise and the stunning view of Mt. Everest. After this amazing experience, we’ll head back to Gorak Shep for breakfast.

Following breakfast, we’ll go back along the trek trail to Pheriche via Lobuche and Dugla.

The distance is about 9.8 km, and it takes 5-6 hours. Kalapathar is at 5,545m, and Pheriche is at 4,320m. Once back in Pheriche, refresh, have dinner, and get some well-deserved rest.

Day 12: Trek From Pheriche to Namche (3435m)

The Everest Base Camp Trek is almost over, and today is the second-to-last day of trekking. You’ll cover about 20 km, so it’s an early start to reach Namche on time. After packing and having breakfast in Pheriche, you’ll leave the village and head down to the river.

Crossing the river, you’ll enter the valley, gaining some elevation. Walking along the valley, you’ll reach the trail you previously walked on, but now you’re retracing it in a descending direction. You’ll still enjoy great Ama Dablam and Everest views, but they’ll be behind you.

As you continue, the trail gradually descends with more downhills than uphills. After a few hours, you’ll reach Pangboche village for a short rest. Then, you’ll descend further, crossing suspension bridges along the way.

Passing through Deboche and Tengboche villages, you’ll have lunch at Tengboche Monastery. After lunch, you’ll navigate a technical downhill section, crossing a bridge to start an uphill trek to the valley.

This uphill part might be challenging after a day of easy downhills leading you through a forested area. At the end of the uphill, you’ll find an easy route to Namche Bazaar. This path offers excellent views of Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and Everest, with the Dudh Koshi River below.

As you walk on the easy trail, Namche Bazaar will come into view. This marks the end of the Pheriche to Namche Bazaar Trek. Have a nice dinner and get a good sleep before your last day of trekking to Everest Base Camp.

Day 13: Trek From Namche to Phakding and Lukla (2835m)

Today’s trek is short as we make our way to Phakding, following the Dudh Koshi River and crossing suspension bridges. Passing through forests and small villages, we’ll reach Phakding and take a break.

Again, we will follow the mostly gentle route uphill until Kusum Stream. Then, it becomes steeper. We’ll savour the scenery before continuing to Lukla. This marks our last day of trekking, and we’ll rest in Lukla for the night.

Day 14: Lukla to Kathmandu flight

After breakfast, you’ll take a 40-minute flight back to Kathmandu, a relaxing journey to reflect on your achievement. Upon reaching Kathmandu, we’ll head to our hotels. The rest of the day is yours to spend as you please.

Day 15: Departure for your onward flight

Your Nepal adventure ends today! Say goodbye to Nepal and cherish your last moments in Kathmandu. Staff from the Mountface trekking agency will come to your Hotel, pick you up, and take you to the airport for your trip back home. Use the journey home to plan your next adventure in the beautiful land of the Himalayas. Safe travels!

What is included in Everest Base Camp Trekking – 15 Days

  • Pickup and drop at Airport
  • Hotel stay in Kathmandu (2 nights) as per itinerary
  • Full Board Meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) during the trekking period
  • Air fair for Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu
  • Best available accommodations during the trek
  • A government license holder guide
  • Porter to carry your baggage
  • Food, drinks, accommodation, insurance, salary, equipment, transportation and local tax
    for guides and porters
  • Ground Transportation Charge as per itinerary
  • TIMS card(Trekker’s Information Management System)
  • First Aid Kit
    Entry Fees wherever required
  • Trekking maps
  • Trekking Permits needed for Restricted Area Trekking
  • All government taxes and service charges
  • Certificate of Appreciation
  • Farewell dinner prior to departure

What is Excluded

  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Travel insurance
  • Nepal Entry Visa Fee
  • International Airfare and Airport Departure Tax
  • Tips for trekking staffs
  • Drinks (hot/soft/cold) and liquors
  • Personal shopping and laundry, Personal trekking equipment, Gifts, and souvenirs
  • All items not listed in Cost included the section
    Notes: Costs are prone to change in itinerary. So costs will be recalculated if the trekking days get modified.

Additional Insights

Required Permits

Everest Base Camp lies inside the Sagarmatha National Park in the Khumbu Region. When you trek to the Everest Base Camp, you’ll pass through special areas in Nepal that are protected and taken care of to preserve nature.

As per the Nepal government’s rule, obtaining a permit while entering any protected or conservation area is necessary. There are several checkpoints on the trail where you need to show the permit. If you fail in doing so you might be fined or punished according to the law of Nepal.

For the Everest Base Camp Trek, you need to have two permits. 

  • Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality (Trek Card)- NPR 2000(VAT inclusive)
  • Sagarmatha National Park- 3,000(VAT inclusive) per person for foreigners, NPR 1,500 (VAT inclusive)for SAARC nationals and for local Nrs.100 (VAT inclusive)
  • Gauri Shankar Conservation Area (Optional)- NPR 2000 per person plus 13% VAT for 30 days.

Note: Below 10 Years, it’s Free

Transportation Options

There are several options for you to get to the Everest Base Camp from the starting point, which is Lukla. The common method to get the Lukla is By air. There are few domestic airlines that provide the Kathmandu to Lukla Flight. 

Also, you can reach Lukla by road, which is around 138 KM. You can take either a Local bus, Taxi, Private Jeep or vehicle, depending on your Budget. Below is the list of transportation that you can take including the average cost. Remember, this cost can be varied depending on the situation, time and season.

  1. Round trip flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and back: $440
  2. Round trip flight from Ramechhap to Lukla and back: $360
  3. Shared Hiace transfer from Kathmandu to Ramechhap: $25
  4. Private car from Kathmandu to Ramechhap: $170 for 2 to 3 people
  5. Shared Hiace/Jeep from Kathmandu to Ramechhap Airport: $25 per person
  6. Private Jeep from Kathmandu to Ramechhap Airport: $220 for 4 to 7 people
  7. By helicopter, It costs USD 4,500 to charter the whole flight.
  8. BY helicopter It costs USD1,000 per person on a group flight. 

Everest Base Camp Trek Cost

Proper planning of the Budget is required before you begin for the Everest Base Camp Trek. The cost of the Everest Base Camp varies on several factors such as accommodation, route, transportation, food and drinks, meals, permit, Lukla flight cost and others. Also, if you want a Luxurious Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour, then it is expensive. 

The cost of the Everest Base Camp Trek can be as low as $800 or as high as $5,000. It depends on how comfortable and customized you want your trek to be, how many days you plan to trek, and any additional services or amenities you might prefer.

There are several agencies that provide the facility for the Everest Base Camp Trek. Before you begin, you can compare the price and facility that they provide. Our company has been working in this field for a long time therefore you can adjust your itinerary according to your Budget. We can solve your problem within your Budget without sacrificing quality, thanks to our expertise.

Everest Base Camp Trek Side Trips 

If you are thinking of the Everest Base Camp making more memorable then there are so many other side trips in the Everest region. Everest Base Camp is amazing, but the side treks will make the journey more adventurous and exciting. If you like to change your itinerary with other side trips then you can remember us. Here is the list of the popular side treks that can be done with the Everest Base Camp Trek

  1. Everest Panorama Trek
  2. Everest Three Passes Trek
  3. Ama Dablam Base Camp Trek
  4. Everest Base Camp Trek With Island Peak Climbing
  5. Arun Valley Trek
  6. Makalu Amphu Khumbu Trek
  7. Gokyo Lake Trek and many more.

Everest Base Camp Trek Meals and Accommodation 

There are several hotels and lodges from lower rate to expensive in the low altitude area. As you go higher, you will find only the teahouse where you will spend the night during the trek. The tea house offers the facility of accommodation, meals, food, drinks, wifi and internet.

At the tea house, the rooms are pretty basic, with twin rooms. 

The rooms are not insulated and have no heating. Sometimes, you need to share during the peak season with your fellow trekkers. The toilets are shared among the trekkers with basic amenities.

If you trek through the travel agencies, three meals are provided during the trek. These meals cover your breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Breakfast: porridge, cereals, bread, eggs, and hot beverages like tea or coffee

Lunch: noodles, pasta, sandwiches, or the Nepali dish, Dal Bhat

Dinner: Dal Bhat, soups, rice dishes, pasta, or momos

Internet/wifi and Facility on Everest Base Camp Trek 

In this 21st century, from the urban to the remote area of the Khumbu Region, you can have access to the internet. For the internet connection for mobile you can purchase Ncell Sim to use for the internet connection. You can get this Sim card easily at the airport terminal after you pay around $1. You need to pay extra for the data pack depending on how much data you require.

Ncell company has installed various towers From the Lukla and going all the way up to Gorak Shep. It makes the internet fast enough to browse and even make video calls. Signal at the higher altitude in certain spots where the connection may drop. Most of the Trekkers have given positive feedback about the internet connection. They have said it is good enough for them to keep in touch with friends and family and to go live during the trek.

During the trek, you will stay at the trek house so you can ask for wifi facility with them. For the wifi you need to pay a little extra. They will charge you per hour, and the wifi cost can vary at higher altitudes. At the lower altitude, at some point, you can find a free wifi spot, but the signal is bad. There we recommend you take the data pack for the mobile internet facility.

Drinking Water facility on Everest Base Camp Trek 

While trekking in the Everest Base Camp Trek, it is necessary to keep your body hydrated. Proper hydration helps you to prevent altitude sickness. 

At the lower altitude, there are numerous hotels, cafes, restaurants, and shops where you can buy Drinking water at a cheap price. If you go higher, there is a tea house where you will buy the drinking water bottle, but it will cost you double. 

Also, there are several tap water and natural water where you can fill the water bottle. We recommend you take the reusable water bottle and water purification tablets for safe drinking water. Using reusable water helps keep nature free of pollution, which is everyone’s responsibility.

Can I directly fly to Lukla for my Everest Base Camp Trek? 

During the peak seasons(Sep-May) International travellers currently face a suspension of flights between Kathmandu and Lukla. To reach the Lukla Airport, you need to get to the Ramechhap Airport first. Kathmandu to Ramechhap airport is around 132 km in distance. The driving distance is not too far; it takes around 4-6 hours. If you take the flight from Ramechhap Airport to Lukla, it takes approximately 20 minutes. 

In winter and during the rainy season, you can hop on a beautiful plane ride from Kathmandu to Lukla Airport. It only takes about 30 minutes to get from Kathmandu airport to Lukla.

Major Places to Explore in Everest Base Camp Trek

Indulge the Beauty of Namche Bazaar

Namche Bazar is a bustling town in the Khumbu region located at an altitude of 3,440 metres (11,286 ft). Namche Bazaar has everything to offer, from restaurants, shops, teahouses, and cafes to majestic views of snow-capped mountains. Also, you can explore the village and Take pleasure in experiencing the special culture and traditions of the Sherpa people. It is also the last place to buy the gear and equipment for the Everest Base Camp Trek.

Things that you should try in the Namche Bazaar.

  • Exploring the local culture and traditions of Namche Bazaar
  • Hiking to Everest View Hotel 
  • Visit The Sherpa Museum
  • Shopping at the local markets
  • Trying local cuisine

Tengboche Monastery

Tengboche Monastery, also known as Dawa Choling Gompa located in the Tengboche village. This is the Buddhist Monasteries of the Sherpa People situated at 3,867 meters. Lama Gulu constructed it in 1916 and is known as the largest gompa in the Khumbu region of Nepal. This monastery is the home of many monks, and before the journey to the Everest base Camp, many trekkers came here to obtain blessings.

If you trek during the month of November, you can see the dance performed by the monk in the Mani Rimdu festival. This celebration shows that good has won over bad.

Gokyo Lakes

Gokyo Lakes are oligotrophic lakes located at an altitude of 4,700–5,000 m above sea level in Nepal’s Sagarmatha National Park. This amazing place near Gokyo village has six stunning green lakes, all surrounded by huge glaciers and snow-covered mountains. Among the five primary lakes, Dudh Pokhari will amaze you. It is one of Nepal’s largest glacial lakes, 4km long and 1 km wide. 

Best Time

Autumn and the spring is considered as the suitable month for the Everest Base Camp Trek. During this month, the sky is clear, and the pleasant weather makes the trail easier and magnificent to watch. During this time, you can see a large group of trekkers trekking in the Everest Region. Most of the tea houses during the peak season are overcrowded; therefore, we request you book earlier.

Trekking during winter and monsoon is possible, but we don’t recommend you to trek this season until and unless you prepare fully. 

Altitude sickness

While trekking at a higher altitude in the mountain region, it’s extremely important to understand altitude sickness. The Everest Base Camp Trek trek takes you to an altitude above 5000 m. Therefore, there is a high chance of getting altitude sickness. 

If you get altitude sickness, it’s really important to get help quickly, or it can be very dangerous. Let’s understand the symptoms and preventive measures of altitude sickness.

Altitude sickness symptoms

  • Headache (this is the most common symptom).
  • Nausea and vomiting.
  • Loss of appetite.
  • Fatigue, even when resting.
  • Malaise (a noticeable “unwell” feeling).
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Dizziness or lightheadedness.
  • Vision changes 

Preventive measures

  • Stray hydrated
  • Have balanced diet
  • Limit how fast you ascend.
  • Take rest days to acclimate.
  • Sleep at a lower altitude if possible.
  • Preventive medications.
  • Avoid consuming alcohol or engaging in strenuous physical activities while trekking.
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