Safety and Security
Safety is the most crucial matter, especially while traveling on the mountain. Trekking is not only walking from one place to another and reach to the base camps; enjoying the view and taking photos is suitable for the memories as the best souvenir from Nepal. At the same time, taking pictures of the lovely scenery, you must be sure you are secure. The unique transportation of the Himalayas, the Mules, Yaks, Jokpes, and the regular porters may come closer and can be pushed to the cliff by mistake. It would be best if you were constantly on the safe side. Somewhere you may see things that can be something at the bottom of the cliff; you shouldn't go too close to the ridge. During the trekking, some wild or domestic animals can move upwards, and you would be walking lower; the stones may fall over. Always be careful while walking; taking pictures of them from a straight angle is not a brilliant idea to be on the side and take pictures. Higher places in the mountain are windy and icy so that the wind can move the stones, and when the ice starts to melt after the sun, rocks and some ice can drop from the top, so you have to be careful all the time. Crossing a small stream and walking on the wet trail early morning will be slippery with ice, so you must be cautious. Leaving the value outside of your room at night may not be safe, so always keep them in your room, and if you go to the bathroom during the night, always inform your friend, as safety always matters.