Nepal Base Camp Trek
Mountain climbing is never easy and comes with a wide range of risks. For starters, there is the risk of falling and injuring yourself. There is also the risk of getting bit by snakes. When climbing Mount Everest, the risks are even greater as there is risk of developing frost bites, getting buried alive during an avalanche, falling into deep cracks in the ice and dying due to oxygen deprivation among other things. When thinking on going for a Nepal base camp trek, you should choose experienced porters and guides who have climbed the mountain multiple times.
While safety is the most important consideration when climbing Mount Everest, you also want to climb the mountain cost-effectively. Therefore, you have to compare the rates quoted by different guides and porters. The success rates of the different guides should also be compared because you want to have the greatest chances of climbing to the peak.