Mr. Narayan Anand Kumar from India flew to Nepal on the first of January. An enthusiastic trekker flew to Lukla on second and instantly began his trekking journey. The next 7 days he was gradually gaining altitude to the Everest Base and the last three days of the trek he was sliding down back along the retracing path to Lukla. He flew from Lukla to Kathmandu on twelfth January.
A lone person with a guide trekking in the remote course to Everest Base Camp passing the villages with cultural affluence as well as few final steps to the Everest Base Camp involved the glacier walking. He was too much delightful to be at the Everest Base Camp as well as he thoroughly enjoyed the course which provided the sights of awe-inspiring barren landscapes and the striking Himalayan views of the mountains giants in the Khumbu region. The cultural practices being followed for years in the Khumbu region especially in the sacred monasteries of several villages was the other charming aspects to refresh Mr. Anand during the exhausting trek.
Everest Base Camp 5357m was a great achievement for Mr. Anand and he was overjoyed to make his presence feel at the base of world’s crown- Everest. As he landed at Kathmandu airport on the 12th, he was escorted back to his hotel in a private car and he set off to explore more on his own.
This is also my first skydive from 29,500ft., my most exciting till now. I think Nepal has a humble and rich environment and Everest is stunning I'll be coming back in May.
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