Missouri, USA (PRWEB) January 29, 2013
Rock climbing or experiences on another Tibet trekking are not necessarily prerequisites for enjoying an outdoors adventure high in the Himalayas. Now that said, it is certainly not advisable to set out on a trek without doing some regular exercise for a couple months beforehand; most travelers would be surprised how much an hour two or three times a week will do to prepare them for the adventure. For the coming up trekking season in 2013, Tibet Tour Agency, the Tibet Ctrip Travel Service has a new well supported trek to Everest Base camp for which they provide vehicle support, guides and mountain cooks so there is no need to worry about carrying lots of heavy equipment.
Whether trekking with a large group or just some close friends and a guide, there is no doubt that travelers will be left awe struck by the scenery. The roaring rivers of glacial run off that carved the expansive mountain valleys now meander along as streams that are wonderful to camp by. Hiking groups can set their own pace and stop to admire the scenery as they please. In the thin mountain air, it’s always a good idea to take things a bit slow at first and gradually build up pace as the day wares on. The Tibet tour agency’s Everest Base Camp trek, for example, can easily be designed to provide a level of challenge that hikers are comfortable with.
To get the most out of a trek, it is advisable to take some time to prepare oneself physically. The key here is focusing on aerobic exercise to build the lung’s ability to process oxygen, aerobic capacity. Compared to most places, the air in Tibet is very thin and has much less oxygen. For those who are on a tight schedule before their Tibet tour, walking or jogging over hilly terrain on the weekends can be a great way to prepare. It’s not always necessary to get a gym membership and start some complicated training program to be ready to handle a trek. .
Travelers don’t have to climb Mt. Everest to join the ranks of those who have witnessed some of the most breath taking scenery our Earth has to offer. High up in the Himalayas, the sense of being disconnected from the world gives an opportunity to breathe a sigh of relief from the pressures of every day life. This is why trekking is a “get away from it all” experience beyond any other. Those planning a trip to Tibet don’t have to count themselves out of a trekking tour if they don’t hit the gym regularly. Taking just a bit of time out every week to walk or jog truly goes a long way.
For the most up to date information, contact the local Tibet tour agency. Devin Moore authored this announcement; Devin is a Tibet travel enthusiast who is training to become an econometrician. People can get to know Devin at www (dot) devinkmoore (dot) com.