San Ramon, CA – Extollo Adventures announces their spring season of trekking and the Everest Base Camp trip. Spring is the best time for hiking in the mountains or trekking in Nepal because of the favorable weather condition and atmospheric temperature. Everest Base Camp trip offers a unique travel experience through the rugged Himalaya trails, cultivated fields, forests, and the incredible Sherpa villages. Experienced local leaders, group size not exceeding twelve members, and well-acclimatized itinerary makes it the perfect option for every adventurer. Participants will also be taking part in ecotourism, lessons about responsible trekking, and efforts to fight climate change.
For more information on how to make a booking, please contact https://extolloadventures.com.
“Spring season trekking in the Himalaya is gradually becoming one of the most desired adventure options. We offer our customers the best of service for their holiday. This Everest Base Camp trip is one of the best things you can do for yourself this summer because we’ve got everything prepared for you. We invite you to join us as we explore these beautiful mountains, create an everlasting bond with the nature, and have an experience of a lifetime,” said Hema Patel, Founder and President at Extollo Adventures.
Spring season of trekking and the Everest Base Camp trip is the best holiday decision anyone can make right now. It’s full of fun, adventure, and so much to learn. This once in a lifetime adventure will take trekkers close to the foot of the highest mountain and to the Annapurna circle. Everyone with average fitness and strong mind can make this happen. Participants will be in a group of not more than 12 members, guided by highly-experienced local leaders, and be awarded a certificate of participation.
A staff will carry a first-aid kit and important trekking gears like jackets and sleeping bags are provided. Also, emergency evacuation is readily available. Everest Base Camp trip will be for 15 days, with the aim of reaching an altitude of 18,209 ft. Participants will be walking for at least 6 – 7 hours every day, with the aim of reaching 400-700 meters a day.
Climate change is making the earth warm, which is causing unfavorable weather that puts the life of plants and animals at risk. The Everest Base Camp trip will engage participants in ecotourism and encourage them to travel responsibly. Training about responsible tourism and eco bags will be provided to all trekkers. They can pick trash on the trails and separate it into appropriate bins to recycle at the end of the day at each campsite.
About Extollo Adventures
Extollo Adventures is a tourism company based in the US and Nepal. They specialize in packaging trips to countries like Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, India, and other countries, for more than 10 different travel styles. For more information, please contact 925-302-6361, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit https://extolloadventures.com.