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Everest Base camp Trekking is safe to travel, after Destructive earthquake on 25 April 2015.

Published Date :08 Aug, 2015

Everest Base camp Trekking is safe to travel, after Destructive earthquake on 25 April 2015.

The US based company the Miamoto International has conducted detail survey of the Everest base camp trekking route and the damage caused by the earthquake in the region. And according to the report submitted to the ministry of tourism and transport stated that Everest base camp trekking is safe to travel.

The same agency had undertaken the detail survey of Annapurna region and suggested that Annapurna region is also safe to travel after the monsoon. And according to this survey the bridges, trekking trail and tea houses along the route to Everest base camp is less affected. They also stated that 87% of the infrastructure is safe, and they also put suggestion of some minimal construction of the trail and some risky places to divert the route. And the official from the tourism ministry said that they can issue permit to Everest base camp if somebody wants to trek right now but they should be accompanied by friends or by guides. And the government, local lodges and tourist entrepreneurs will put their whole effort to construct the damaged infrastructure, and will convey positive message to the adventure tourist to sustain their business in the days to come. The Everest region trekking routes are mainly Everest base camp, Everest 3 high passes trekking, Gokyo Trekking, Salleri Everest base camp and Jiri Everest base camp trekking. And all of these routes are safe no major damage on the trekking trail.

The monsoon will over in September and the main season to Everest base camp starts in October to November, the perfect weather to trek and hope the trekkers who planned their trekking to the highest peak in the world mt. Everest region will continue and we’ll keep posting the update about the trail and trekking situation to Everest region.