Everest Three Passes trek, small group
Description of Everest Three Passes trek, small group
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Many places lay claim to the best treks in the world – Peru’s Inca Trail, Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro to name but two – but none are as spectacular a...
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PlanetWe aim to take our travelers to various locations of Nepal with maintaining ecological balance. Ultimate Everest Three Passes is operating in the Himalayas. It is most to keep a clean environment, do not litter is a must. We have a policy providing different training for the local porters about ecology and sustainability. We precaution our porter, not to litter and how to dispose of properly.
Entire the Everest Circuit trek, we find the small cabins to collect the plastics, cans, glasses, what kinds of litter you have put them inside the trash cabin. And, we suggest you drink spring water either directly or using some purify tablets for that, you may ask the guide about safety. If you refill the spring water, that straight helps to less garbage of the plastic bottles. We have to protect the environment unless it affects the ecology and human being. While trekking in the Everest region, you may encounter different animals. We suggest not approaching them and also harming them.
PeopleThis trip is directly involved in the Sherpa people and the community. We can say Everest Three Pass - trekking package is community-based tourism. Throughout the tour, we visit local communities and collect information about Sherpa culture and daily lives. It is a form of sustainable tourism. It allows travelers to link closely to the local community.
Trekkers can experience the diversity and customs of the new culture and interact with the local community. In this trip, we offer unique experiences to our trekkers and create a positive impact and change for local communities. We believe that tourism is the perfect of creating career opportunities and letting local communities share their beautiful stories.
When looking for places to eat, we end up at a local restaurant and order the local foods. Eating local meals helps the locals and travelers also experience the new taste. Yes, it’s trekking, but some tools can support making sustainable choices.
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