Tips for first-time trekkers while trekking in Nepal
Nepal is a popular destination for trekking. Trekkers of all levels, from the most experienced to those looking to unwind on a leisurely ramble from tea house to tea house—whatever you choose for your holiday in Nepal, you will be passing through some of the most breathtaking scenery on the planet. Nepal has eight of the world's highest mountains (above 8000 meters), including Mt. Everest, the world's highest peak, and over 13,000 peaks above 6000 meters. Trekking in Nepal offers you some of the most alluring landscape, which is only reachable on foot. Nepal has both easy and difficult trekking routes, so you need guidance while trekking. Here are some of the tips that might help you with your adventure in the Himalayas.
Start easily with a short trek at a lower altitude.
Regardless of your fitness level, the trek will feel tough, so set a comfortable pace for yourself while stopping frequently to rest and also drinking water to stay hydrated.
For all trekking equipment needed for trekking, you should rent rather than buy it so that you can simply return items that you may never use again after the trek is over.
Trekking means walking at an altitude of some 2500 m and above, which means there is a chance you might suffer from altitude sickness. If it is not detected in time, it can cause serious damage to you, so do not take altitude sickness lightly.
If you suffer from altitude sickness take some prescribed medicine and descend to a lower elevation.
You should Purify your drinking water before drinking it so Keep water purifying liquid or tablet.
Conserve your energy by not ascending too fast while trekking. You must fuel up every day with a high level of energy from your daily diet.
Be it small or big, you should always avoid injuries because they can cause a lot of pain while walking.
While trekking please be polite to the local people, and respect the local culture, people, and the way of their daily life.
Please look out for signs and asks your guide before taking photos.
I hope this information on trekking advice and tips will help you come to a step closer to achieving your dream of trekking in Nepal and witnessing the magnificence of the Himalayas!