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No.1 Everest Base Camp

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Flying from Kathmandu to the harrowing Lukla airport in the Khumbu region of Nepal you'll experience the  some of the most spectacular scenery to be found in the world. The trip normally takes between eight to ten days with stops in between to acclimatise to the altitude. There are two options to go with a guided group and camp or stay in tea houses along the way. Pass into Sagarmatha National Park and learn more about the Sherpa culture at the museum. See Namcha Bazzaar the worlds highest market along the way. Visit remote Buddhist monasteries and wander through cobblestoned villages surrounded by colourful prayer flags. Get up and close with Yaks along the trail and embrace the fact you may not reach a phone, newspaper or electricity for a number of days. www.winreplicas.com

With increasing elevation rope bridge crossings Replica Breitling Navitimer this is not for the faint-hearted this challenging climb to the top of the world has a max elevation of 5,545m/at Kalapathar where you will get the best view of Everest. Although it is tough at times due to the altitude and distance there is something very relaxing and peaceful about this life changing trip.


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Getting There: Fly into Kathmandu then quick internal flight to Lukla best replica watches
Best time of the year: November / December
Best Tips: Many trekkers fall victim to the 'Khumbu Cough' a hacking cough brought on by travelling through dust and altitude. If you bring lollies and suck them every couple of hours this seems to prevent it. Drink a lot of water along the way. Also bring a wide mouth water flask so you can fill it with boiling water drones for sale and put it in the bottom of your sleeping bag, keeps you warm and when you wake up you have your first flask of water ready.
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