We take acclimatization very seriously and plan plenty of time into all our itineraries. The higher you go the less air there is. At 5630m (top of Kala Pattar and Thorong La) there is half the amount of oxygen (and nitrogen) compared to sea level. Your body takes days to adjust – time to acclimatize. It is highly recommended to have proper rest before you proceed for high altitude over 4000 meters. Look at down some body is getting headache.
We care ourselves to survive from cold and HA.
For my expedition-style treks we often rely on my team, the porters to carry sometimes heavy loads, and we work in sometimes challenging conditions but we truly care ourselves. We ensure that all porters going above the tree line are given wool sox, new shoes (usually given at the beginning of the trip), wool gloves, wool hat, jacket and pant set, sunglasses, have adequate shelter and all have access to our medical knowledge and supplies.
We welcome you all if you bring some warm clothes used or unused for ourselves and we also welcome you if you bring some used Toys for our children which will be new for our rural children.
TIMS, NP Entrance, Conservation Area Permit Issue.
However it is not a very big Issues, But I have found several people discussing in some travel/trek related bulletin boards, who are interested to visit Nepal and found worrying about Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) and other necessary permit, But I would like to request all visitors confirming the TIMS and other permits can be issued easily, it is not worth going. Any agency or we can help to organize the necessary permits in certain amount of minimum service charge, it is not meant that you are forced to go through Trekking agency; We are operating out Trek and tour in any destination of Nepal without any interruption.