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NEPAL IS EXPECTING A LARGE INCREASE OF CLIMBERS AS THE SPRING SEASON BEGINS

Mar.18.2021 238 view review

Mount Everest is one of the most well-known mountains in the world, situated in Nepal the mountain attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists each year especially as the season begins to change. In the year 2020 and thus far into 2021 Nepal has yet to see the type of numbers they are used to which is largely due to the Coronavirus pandemic however as Spring is approaching they are expecting to see hundreds of climbers coming to attempt to take down the drastic climb of Mount Everest.

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the department of tourism is happy to comply in a safe handled way with the tourists who wish to enter and climb Mount Everest. This is a great thing for the tourism industry of Nepal, however, those wishing to trek the mountains will have to be quarantined in the capital hotel and tested for coronavirus with a negative result before entering.

For Nepal, it is amazing that they are going ahead with the spring climbing season as last year they suffered a devastating loss by a force cancel. Climbing Mount Everest is no easy task and in some cases has even resulted in deaths, however, Nepal has stated that the weather conditions of this spring will make for a safe climb.

The higher you get on Mount Everest the lower the oxygen levels will be and as it is already hard to breathe as is it is if one was to have the novel coronavirus their chances of death would increase tremendously, and thus many measures and precautions will be put in place to ensure that this climbing season is as safe as it can possibly be even despite the outside circumstances.

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