Doing the Everest Base Camp Trek requires some planning, especially if you choose to do it independently. We don’t like to plan ahead, but one of the most important things of the trek is to plan your itinerary at least a little bit. The most important reason for doing this is to make sure you have more than enough time on the trail and don’t go too fast! Here we share with you our itinerary, what we think is the best Everest Base Camp trek itinerary to make it to EBC while avoiding the chance of getting altitude sickness.
The East is steeped in fascinating culture, with many Asian countries having deep spiritual roots. According to Touropia, Asia is the birthplace of most of the world’s mainstream religions and beliefs, including Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism, and Taoism. It comes as no surprise that the continent has the highest concentration of temples, which have attracted pilgrims and travelers alike for hundreds of years.
The Everest Base Camp trek is possibly one of the world’s best-known hikes, but it’s also known as a really tough one. Most people that do this trek hire a guide and/or porter to support them during this 2-week trek. But having a guide is not necessary to make it to Everest Base Camp and back. Doing it on your own has plenty of benefits and isn’t hard to plan either. We’ll give you all the information you need to know to successfully complete the Everest Base Camp trek without a guide on an affordable way.
We made a compilation of our drone footage shot during an epic 6-month road trip with our self-converted van through Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria & Tasmania.
Australia is a fantastic country to visit, but don’t fall into some of the tourist mistakes we will mention here. You don’t want to come a gutser (Australian for making a bad mistake), so ensure you pay attention to the following if you are planning on going down under any time soon.
If you’re planning to visit the west coast of Australia, you are not alone. The city of Perth attracts 3.5 visitors, including almost one million international guests, each year. It is a particularly tourist-friendly city that is sure to provide the magical memories you crave from a stunning vacation.
Packing your backpack for an upcoming trip is never easy. But wait until you start packing for your Everest Base Camp trek or any other similar trek in the Himalayas. It’s important to be prepared for every kind of weather condition while keeping your pack as light as possible! For your convenience, we’ve compiled a complete packing list with all the essential trekking gear you need for your trekking.