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The world’s tallest peak, Mount Everest is set to reopen after remaining sealed for almost a year due to the coronavirus. According to the sources, hundreds of people will be coming back next month, as the world’s highest mountain will be reopened. The government officials and mountaineers have stated that they will adhere to the listed precautionary measures and COVID restrictions while climbing the mountain.

Mount Everest All Set To Reopen From April

Mount Everest is Set to Reopen From April

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As per Mira Acharya, a Tourism Department official, more than 300 climbers are likely to attempt to climb when Mount Everest is set to reopen in April as compared to the previously recorded number of 381 climbers, who strived to climb Mount Everest in the same period last year. Mira also added that the said number is despite the necessary period of one-week quarantine, and a certification demonstrating the said climber has tested negative for Coronavirus.

Although, all mountaineering won’t be returning this time, owing to the uneven spread of COVID everywhere and other hampering reasons. Post noticing the weak healthcare system of Nepal, a large number of organizers believe that it is not a stable time to run expeditions. Despite the said reasons, still, there are some that are preparing to lead climbers to Mount Everest. Many organizers also believe that the Chinese portion of Everest will remain closed for foreign climbers just like the last year, implying more climbers will be seen on the side of Nepal.

Further Read: Everest Base Camp Tour: An Ultimate Itinerary For Adventurous Souls To Conquer The Heights!

While the tourism department is reviving gradually and Mount Everest is set to reopen book your tickets well in advance for a myriad of adventure. Get set to climb to the world’s tallest mountain with your amigos and witness thrill on another level. Book your trip with TravelTriangle and sit back while we plan the itinerary.

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