Mount Everest expedition is the life turning experience and great momentum of life. It is an opportunity to stand at the highest pinnacle of the world at the elevation of 8848 meters/ 29,029 feet above sea level. Mt. Everest is an internationally challenging expedition and most extreme adventures in the world.
The top and the most popular peak of the world lines at the Mahalangur Himal, in the sub-range of eastern Nepal. Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay first successfully reached completed the expedition in 1953 via the south ridge route. The expedition to Mt. Everest has two routes: the South ridge route and the North ridge route. The alpine ascent begins from Kathmandu via a flight to Lukla. In the meantime, the trail passes in and between the villages like Phakding, Namche, Tengboche, Pangboche 3,985, Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorakshep 5,164 before setting feet at Everest Base camp. The Mount Everest expedition comprises four high camps, Camp I, Camp II, Camp IV and Camp II at the elevation of 6,065 meters, 6,400 meters, 7,162 meters and 8000 meters above sea level respectively. The camp four above 8000 meters/ 26000 ft. refers to a dead zone as human fails to acclimatize in the altitude and body slowly weakens and die. The journey to the Mt. Everest expedition offers a sensational view of majestic vista like Mount Everest 8848 meters, Lobuche East 6119 meters, Lobuche West 6145 meters, Kangtega 6685 meters, Taboche Peak 6367 meters, Thamserku 6608 meters, Ama Dablam 6856 meters and much others.
In addition, this luxurious expedition gives a chance to explore and examine the famous Tengboche monastery, Khumbu glacier, Nagerjun Hill 5050 meters. Sagarmatha National Park holds numerous endangered and rare species of flora and fauna like Snow Leopard, Red Panda, Himalayan Thar, Pheasants, and much more. This Mahalangur range has typical and unspoiled Sherpa and Tibetan culture. Enlist Sherpa culture Museum; traditional richness, prayer flags, and stones and several sacred temples and stupas preserved by Sherpa and Tibetan influenced the community.
This high altitude and most famous expedition demand good physical fitness, mental challenges, oxygen bags, climbing gears, and previous extensive experience of the climb above the altitude of 7000 meters. The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation of Mountaineering section, Nepal gives permits for the expedition.
Best season for Mount Everest Expedition
March to May and October to November are the best time for the Mount Everest expedition.
These months have exposing visibility.
Monsoon and December-February’s most unfavorable time for an expedition.
Risk of avalanche, unstable snow during winter and monsoon.
Low visibility and surrounding blocked by fog.
Get to know typical lifestyles of Sherpa and their religious importance
Explore the diverse flora and fauna at Sagarmatha National Park
Observe other gigantic mountains like Lobuche East 6119 meters, Lobuche West 6145 meters, Kangtega 6685 meters, Taboche Peak 6367 meters and others.
Climb the world’s highest altitude, Mount Everest 8848 meters.
Stay at Everest Base camp 5,380 meters/ 17,600 ft.
Day 1: Advent at Tribhuvan International Airport.
We greet you at Tribhuvan International Airport and escort you to the hotel. On the way, we have a brief discussion about the expedition. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 2: Kathmandu valley full day observation.
We take the early breakfast and mark ourselves to visit the UNESCO listed World Heritage sites like Swayambhunath Stupa, Bouddhanath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple, Kathmandu Durbar Square and other sites. These sites are rich in art and architecture and have own spiritual ad ancient importance. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 3: Rest day at Kathmandu Valley and prepare with legal formalities.
Today, we work for legal formalities like trekking permits and manage other tools that are required for the success of the climb. The tools include climbing gear, crampons, rope, and others. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 4: Catch a domestic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla (2652m) then, trek till Phakding. Duration: 25-minute flight and 4 hours trek.
Early morning, we have breakfast and then guide you to the Tribhuvan International for flight to Lukla. Flight to Lukla gets beautiful with the visionary of high mountains, green hill and river, and streams. After landing to Lukla, we mark our route to Phakding alongside the bank of Dudh Koshi River. Through our trek, we get to view appealing mountains like Mt. Nupla (5995 m), Mt. Kwongde range and Mt. Kusum Kangaru (6367 m). Overnight at the teahouse.
Day 5: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3440 m) from Phakding. Duration: 5-6 hours.
The trail takes us alongside the Dudh Koshi River. Following the winding course, we cross through the forest of pines, walk over two suspension bridges and reach the village of Monjo. Monjo is the entry gate of the Sagarmatha National Park. As we further, continue our trek, high mountains like Kusum Kanguru, Thamserku (6608 m), Everest (8848 m), and Nuptse (7879 m) blesses us. The trek catches a steep route to the beautiful village, Namche Bazaar. Overnight at the teahouse.
Day 6: Exploration and acclimatization day at Namche.
High altitude excursion needs better accommodation for good health. We stay at Namache Bazaar for acclimatization and explore the surrounding of Namche Bazaar. This leisure day gets a good quality of time with the close-range view of splendid mountains such as Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam Thamserku, and Lhotse and so on. Overnight at the teahouse.
Day 7: Trekking to Tengboche (3867 m) from Namche. Duration: 5 hours.
A pleasant walk from Namche to Tengboche leads us to some water-powered prayer, the forest of the rhododendron. Tengboche is a scattered village with a vast grassy saddle. The top of the Tengboche blesses us with distinctive mountains like Ama Dablam (6865 m), Everest, Nuptse and so on. In addition, the appealing landscapes and visit to Buddhist Monastery which is the largest monastery in the Khumbu region brighten our day. Overnight at the teahouse.
Day 8: Trekking to Periche (4280 m) from Tengboche. Duration: 4-5 hours. Duration: 5-6 hours.
We leave Tenboche after having a morning view of spectacular mountains. We trace ourselves to the north and cross the Dudh Koshi River. Crossing a small suspension bridge, and heading to Orsho takes us to the west bank of the Imja River via conifers and rhododendron forest. The trails further succeed several Chortens, Mani walls, a small village and finally Pheriche. Mt Tawache, Ama Dablam, North-Pokalde (5741m), Kongma-Tse (5820 m) and Nuptse welcomes us as we mark our feet on Pheriche. Overnight at the teahouse.
Day 9: Trek to Lobuche (4940 m) from Pheriche. Duration: 5-6 hours.
The trail from Pheriche joins a beautiful view of Cholatse and the steep ascends over the moraine of Khumbu Glacier. Gigantic Mt. Tawache, Ama Dablam, north Pokalde and other mountains walk among us as we trek. The path to Lobuche follows a pleasant and grassy valley. Overnight at the teahouse.
Day 10: Trek to Gorakshep (5179 m) and hike to Everest Base camp. Duration: 6-7 hours.
The narrow gap between the glacial moraine and the walls of the mountains takes us to the edge of the moraine over the Khumbu glacier. The windy and rocky path leads us to the Gorakshep with magnificent views of Mt. Pumori, Nuptse, and other high peaks. After taking lunch at Gorakshep, we mark our hike to Everest Base Camp. Overnight at the tented camp.
Day 11- Day 52: Expedition to Mount Everest.
Day 53: Retrace to Lobuche from Base Camp. Duration: 6-7 hours.
The most adequate time to climb and have a 360-degree dramatic panorama view of Mt. Everest is morning. The morning time usually gets clear and sparkle. Thus, a 360-degree view of Everest with other mountains like Mt. Pumori, Mt. Khumbetes, Mt. Lingtren, and Mt. Nuptse and other high peaks becomes mesmerizing. Overnight at the teahouse.
Day 54: Trek to Pangboche and Tengboche (3867 m). Duration: 5-6 hours.
We trace the hillside rich in rhododendron and juniper forest to reach Tengboche. It is a famous village for having a dazzling monastery with splendid sights of Mt. Everest, river and green lush forest. Overnight at the teahouse.
Day 55: Trek to Namche from Tengboche. Duration: 5-6 hours.
The trail crosses the suspension bridge over the Dudh Koshi River and leads the way to Kyanjuma. Eventually following the same trail, we can reach Namche Bazaar. In between, as we mark inside rhododendron forest, we could see species of Himalayan GriGriffons, Pheasants, Musk dear and wild goat. Overnight at teahouse.
Day 56: Trek to Lukla from Namche. Duration: 4-5 hours.
We mark our day to Lukla following the trail to the Dudh Koshi, crossing suspension bridge, and rhododendron and pine forests. We can enjoy the lush green forest, Local Sherpa village cultures, and customs on this very day. Overnight at the teahouse.
Day 57: Fly to Capital City, Kathmandu.
We exchange our goodbye with local our porters and local people and take a flight to Kathmandu. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 58: Leisure day in Kathmandu valley.
We take rest at Kathmandu valley. We walk around the street of the valley and explore the leftover observation. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 59: Final Departure to destination.
We have a farewell program and later take you to the Airport for your flight to your home.
Inclusion / Exclusion
International and domestic air terminal exchanges.
4 Nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu.
A welcome supper in a normal Nepali restaurant in Kathmandu.
Both way air ticket: Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu.
Land and air local transportation/load cost for the whole campaign.
Expedition royalty, climbing permit and every single fundamental archive for the expedition.
Khumbu Icefall and summit route fixing charge
Garbage Management and removal charge.
Breakfast, lunch, and supper with hot beverages (tea/espresso, soup things).
Maximum 60kg per part.
Each expedition part will have an individual tent accessible at the base camp.
Dining tent, kitchen tent, latrine tent, hot shower tent, correspondence tent, sleeping pad, cushion, table, seat, and other essential types of gear.
Generator at the base camp and sun-oriented board at C2 for light and charging any electronic gadgets.
We will give a heater at the base camp for part and staff.
Walkie-talkie per part and climbing staff as required.
Internet administration, satellite, and mobile phone arrange accessible at the base camp (chargeable according to utilize).
HRA clinical camp gives crisis clinical administrations a specific charge.
Availability of the day by day climate estimate during the whole expedition.
Oxygen: 6 bottles distributed for every part and 3 bottles for each climbing Sherpa
Top Out or Summit mask regulator for every part and climbing Sherpa.
In an instance of crises, adequate oxygen, and mask regulator accessible at our Base Camp (chargeable according to utilize).
North Face, Kailas, or some other marked tent from Base Camps - C1, C2, C3, and C4.
EPI gas and gas burner, dynamic climbing rope, ice screws, snow scoop, snow bars, carabineer and so forth.
One Everest summiteer climbing Sherpa per part.
Well-prepared cook and kitchen aides for base camp and Camp-2.
Government Liaison Officer.
Equipment, compensation, meal, accommodation, and insurance for all endeavor staffs.
Heli rescue insurance for high elevation climbing guide and staff.
Farewell supper in a run of the mill Nepali restaurant in Kathmandu.
International flight Airfare.
Lunch and supper in Kathmandu.
Special recording, camera, and automaton grant charge.
Personal Insurance, for example, Travel, mishap, clinical, crisis clearing and lost gear.
Personal climbing gears, Alcohol, and clothing administration during the expedition
Tips for Base Camp and Camp 2 staff.
Summit reward for individual climbing Sherpa US $.