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Learn The Ugly Truth About Trekking in Nepal in Next 60 Seconds

Trekking in Nepal is the ultimate challenge to find out if you are a real Adventurer or not. Bare this.

Trekking in Nepal – The mountain country, shouldn’t be taken lightly because you hear all those praises given in the Name of the Himalayas; the wonderful feeling of sitting at the top of the destination and how it felt and what it was like and so on and so forth but that is only half the truth. Trekking is hard – I mean very hard. Of course…, you can always opt for an easier trekking around the valley. But the real challenge is in trekking to the zenith of the most popular destination.

[ Every 1000 meters you climb or so. You are given a warning sign. That says;

ACM warning Sign in Annapurna Sanctuary Gate

Early Symptoms of Altitude Sickness/Acute Mountain Sickness:

  • Headaches
  • Stomach cramps
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhoea
  • Trouble breathing
  • Dizziness
  • Lack of appetite.

If you have any of these early symptoms. Wait for some time and if the symptoms go away proceed the trek otherwise RETURN BACK IMMEDIATELY!! ]

AMS warning board in Manang

You might feel like you will never leave your home after knowing all the hard work and the situation you have to go through. Well.. just remember. You’ll have the experience of looking at the clearest ever sky at night. You’ll learn the ways of the Himalayas, the lifestyle, the amazing hospitality of Nepali, mingle with the most friendly locals, meet the world famous Sherpas and bring back all those memories back to your homeland (Only for you; no one can explain the feeling unless you yourself experience thyself).

Do not forget to warn your friends who are going to the Himalayas. You can prevent AMS by taking medications and proper acclimatization.

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