You should understand that outdoor adventure activities have risks. We cannot guarantee 100% safety, but we do everything in our power to minimize the risks so that you can enjoy the trip!
Above 2,500 meters, the concentration of oxygen in the air starts to drop, which makes it harder for you to get sufficient oxygen. Also decreasing air pressure has the effect of causing liquid to leak from capillaries into the lungs and brain, which can be fatal. The human body has the ability to adjust, but this is a gradual process. You can avoid this threat by limiting your rate of ascent. If you have symptoms, descend immediately. Make sure you take enough rest and drink plenty. The guides are highly trained and will keep an eye on you. They know what to do in case of an emergency.
All our guides have been trained by the Nepal Mountaineering Association, The Ministry of Tourism and had a high altitude medical training. They know how to deal with most of the essential sicknesses that can occur during a trek and they know what to look for.
All participants must hold valid travel insurance and provide the details prior to departure. If you do not have insurance you cannot participate. Also you are asked to provide emergency contact information.
Communication between office and guides is available 24 hours per day and we have all emergency contact information for hospitals, helicopters, police etc. If something happens during a trek we know how to deal with it quickly and professionally.