Are you looking to lose weight? If so we have an absolutely fantastic plan for you where you would enjoy the best scenery in the world and not just walk but walk to lose weight. The trek is intended for 30 days and you start slow but towards the end you traverse through one of the highest landmarks and by the time you come to an end of the trek you will have lost 15 – 20 pounds. It’s more of a weight loss camp and surely it is a trek on Nepal’s one of the most surreal trails.
This weight loss vacation combines two famous treks in Nepal. The treks include Annapurna circuit which is one of the classic treks, followed by the Everest three pass treks. Annapurna is comparatively easy and acclimatizes you pretty well for Everest. On the other hand, the trek also introduces you with beautiful settlements along the trail, which would help you forget the initial hardship of the trail. By the end of trek you would lose over 7 pounds of weight already and feel nimble. Furthermore, once your feet gets used to it Everest will push you off the limit and help you lose over 15 pounds of weight and sometime up to 25. There is no simpler way to get rid of the extra pounds other than losing weight by walking on the most serene and focused ambiance.
You will follow a strict diet all the way and although the menu would offer a variety of meal. The team would include a doctor who would regularly monitor your health all the way, a guide who would guide you on the mountains and make necessary arrangements and assistant guides who would further ensure the safety and security of the trek. Before you enroll the trek it is very important for us to know your health conditions. You will further have to send your recent medical reports of blood pressure, blood sugar and hemoglobin. You can send the reports at email@example.com to book the trek today!
|Trip Code: BT - 152||Total Duration: 40 days|
|Destination: Annapurna Region||Best Time: March - May & Sept - Dec|
|Trip Grade: Medium||Group Size: 2 - 12|
|Max Elevation: 5,643 m|
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