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46 Days
Availability : 02 April 2024
Thamel Kathmandu
Everest Region
Min Age : 18
Max People : 12
Mount Everest Expedition

The Everest Expedition is a tough and amazing adventure where people climb the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest. It’s really tall, standing at 29,032 feet above the sea. It’s in the Himalayas, between Nepal and Tibet, and people have been wanting to climb it since a long time ago. The adventure usually starts with a plane ride to Lukla, a small town in Nepal.

Then, there’s a hike through pretty villages and dense forests to get to the Everest Base Camp. At the Base Camp, climbers get used to the high altitude, get training, and get ready for the climb. The climb has different camps at different heights, like Camps I to IV, before reaching the South Col and finally the top. Climbers deal with lots of challenges like bad weather, avalanches, cracks in the ice, and the tricky Khumbu Icefall. Going up needs strong bodies, tough minds, and good climbing skills. Sherpas, who are experienced local guides, help climbers a lot and make sure they stay safe.

The Everest Expedition is a big test of how determined and brave people are. People from all over the world come to climb it, wanting to conquer the highest peak in mountaineering. It’s not just about reaching the top; it’s also about showing how strong people can be against tough natural forces.

Mount Everest Expedition Preparation and Planning

Getting ready to climb Mount Everest is a careful and detailed process to make sure climbers are safe and successful. It all starts with hard physical training, including exercises for the heart, strength, and endurance, to get in shape for the tough climb. Climbers also practice at high altitudes to get used to the low-oxygen conditions they’ll face on the mountain. Learning important mountain skills like climbing on ice and rocks, using ropes, and rescuing others from crevasses is also a big part of the preparation.

Organizing the trip involves working with experienced guides who know the journey well. These guides handle important details, give the right equipment, and make sure everyone follows the rules set by the Nepali government. Getting the necessary permits is a must, and it’s crucial to follow rules to protect the environment around Everest.

Planning the climb also means making a detailed schedule and setting up camps at different heights along the way. Climbers spend time at these camps to get used to having less oxygen. There are camps like Base Camp, Camp I, Camp II, Camp III, and Camp IV, and each one is crucial for getting used to the height and taking breaks.

The success of a Mount Everest climb depends a lot on how well everything is planned and prepared. Climbers need to be strong both physically and mentally for the tough conditions they’ll face on the way up. Having a good plan, including backup plans, is super important for dealing with all the challenges of climbing the world’s highest peak.

Everest Expedition Highlights
  • Mount Everest, situated in the Himalayas on the Nepal-Tibet border.
  • The world’s highest peak, standing at 29,032 feet (8,848 meters) above sea level.
  • Typically begins with a flight to Lukla, followed by a trek to Everest Base Camp.
  • At Base Camp, climbers acclimate to high altitude, undergo training, and prepare for the ascent.
  • Expedition marked by camps at strategic altitudes (Camps I to IV) before reaching the South Col and the summit.
  • Climbers face extreme weather, avalanches, crevasses, and the notorious Khumbu Icefall.
  • Ascent demands physical endurance, mental resilience, and technical climbing skills.
  • Sherpas, experienced local guides, play a crucial role in supporting climbers and ensuring safety.
  • Adventurers from around the world are drawn to conquer the ultimate pinnacle of mountaineering
Mount Everest Expedition
  • Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and Transfer to hotel.
  • Day 02-03: Preparation, briefings, shopping, and formalities for a permit.
  • Day 04: Drive to Manthali, Fly to Lukla, and Trek to Phakding (2652m-4 Hrs.) Lodge
  • Day 05: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3440m-6 Hrs.); Lodge.
  • Day 06: Rest& acclimatization, explore Everest View Hotel (3800m-3 Hrs.). Lodge.
  • Day 07: Trek to Tyangboche (3850m-5 Hrs.); Explore Buddhist monastery; Lodge.
  • Day 08: Trek to Dingboche (4350m-5Hrs.); Lodge.
  • Day 09: Trek to Lobuche (5018m-4Hrs.); Lodge.
  • Day 10: Rest for acclimatization at Lobuche. Lodge
  • Day 11: Trek to Gorakshep (5170m-3 Hrs.); Lodge.
  • Day 12: Trek to Everest Base camp (5200m-2 Hrs.), Camping.
  • Day 13-56: Climbing period Summit Everest (8,848.86m), Full Camping.
  • Day 57: Down trek to Gorakshep, overnight Lodge.
  • Day 58: Trek via Lobuche (5218m)to Dingboche(4260m-5 Hrs.), Lodge.
  • Day 59: Trek to Tyangboche (3860m-5 Hrs.), Lodge.
  • Day 60: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3440m-4 Hrs.), Lodge.
  • Day 61: Trek to Lukla (2840m-7 Hrs.). Lodge
  • Day 62: Fly from Lukla to Manthali, Drive to Kathmandu; hotel transfer, D-briefing.
  • Day 63: Contingency Day in Kathmandu, farewell celebration dinner.
  • Day 64: Transfer to the airport for final departure, end of the trip.

Departure & Return Location

Thamel Marga Central Thamel Kathmandu  (Google Map)

Price Includes

  • All arrival and departure transfer services in Kathmandu.
  • 4 nights of hotel accommodations in Kathmandu on BB Plan.
  • Flight & transfers Kathmandu-Manthali-Lukla-Manthali-Kathmandu.
  • Mt. Everest expedition permit (Royalty; US$ 11,000 for member).
  • Government official Liaison Officer for Everest Expedition.
  • Khumbu village & Sagarmatha National Park entry permit & TIMS card.
  • All camping equipment in Advance Base Camp and other camps.
  • Food, accommodation and guide during trekking in teahouse/lodge.
  • Food during the expedition period cooked by our experienced cook. EBC and C2.
  • 1:1 experienced private climbing Sherpa guide for climbing support.
  • 5 Oxygen (4 Ltrs.) bottles for climbing members and 3 for Sherpa.
  • Mask & regulators 1-set for climbing member and Sherpa.
  • Gamow bag at EBC for emergency rescue purposes.
  • Baggage allowance carrying by Yaks/porters up and down to EBC: 50 kg.
  • Required high-altitude food for climbing members and Sherpa for C1, C3 & C4.
  • Insurance, wages, meal and allowances for climbing Sherpa and BC staffs.
  • Solar panels for light and battery charging in base camp.
  • Icefall and rope fixing charges, tents at high camps EBC, C1, C2, C3 and C4.
  • First Aid medical kits for the Group and the staffs.
  • Walkie-talkies & satellite phone for communication (uses charge $ 5 per unit for Sat).
  • Office service charges and government taxes levied in Nepal.
  • Farewell Dinner, Duffel bag &cap.

Price Excludes

  • Lunch and dinner during your stay in Kathmandu except for farewell dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Items of personal nature like laundry, phone calls and Internet uses.
  • Clothing, packing items, personal medical kit, personal trekking/climbing gears.
  • Any extra services or products or offers or activities not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Any extra expenses arising out of various/unforeseen situations like natural calamities, landslides, political disturbances, strikes, changes in Government regulations, etc.
  • Any additional staff (s) especially required by the climbing member.
  • Rescue, repatriation, medicines, medical tests and hospitalization expenses.
  • Medical-travel insurance and emergency rescue evacuation if required.
  • Airfare of international and domestic flights other than specified.
  • Nepal custom duty fees for import of expedition goods if required.
  • Summit bonus to the personal climbing Sherpa(Beginning from a minimum of US$ 1800 per summit per Sherpa).
  • Tips to base camp staffs (Per climbing member beginning from minimum of US$ 300.00 in total for all)
  • Any other item not mentioned in the “The Service Package Excludes” Section.

Complementaries

Return After Trip Finish
  • Down Jacket
  • Trekking Pole
  • Sleeping Bag
What to Expect
  • Mount Everest, situated in the Himalayas on the Nepal-Tibet border.
  • The world's highest peak, standing at 29,032 feet (8,848 meters) above sea level.
  • Typically begins with a flight to Lukla, followed by a trek to Everest Base Camp.
  • At Base Camp, climbers acclimate to high altitude, undergo training, and prepare for the ascent.
  • Expedition marked by camps at strategic altitudes (Camps I to IV) before reaching the South Col and the summit.
  • Climbers face extreme weather, avalanches, crevasses, and the notorious Khumbu Icefall.
  • Ascent demands physical endurance, mental resilience, and technical climbing skills.
  • Sherpas, experienced local guides, play a crucial role in supporting climbers and ensuring safety.
  • Adventurers from around the world are drawn to conquer the ultimate pinnacle of mountaineering.
Mount Everest Expedition Photos
Mount Everest Expedition Itinerary

Day 01:Arrival in Kathmandu and Transfer to hotel.

On the first day in Kathmandu, Nepal, you will feel the lively atmosphere and see many interesting things in the capital city. When you arrive, people will greet you warmly and take you to your hotel. There, you can relax and get comfortable. Kathmandu is a city in the hills near the Himalayas. It has a mix of old traditions and new ways of living. The city has a lot of temples, stupas, and busy markets that show the diverse history of Nepal. As you walk through the busy streets, you will experience the lively and colorful daily life, and you might smell incense and hear temple bells in the distance. This first day is the beginning of your adventure, promising an exciting exploration of Kathmandu’s cultural treasures.

Day 02-03:Preparation, briefings, shopping and formalities for permit.

On the second and third days, you’ll be getting ready for your everest adventure in Kathmandu. You’ll attend meetings to learn important things about your trip. You’ll also have time to do any last-minute shopping to make sure you have all the things you need, like gear and equipment. We’ll also take care of getting the permits you need for your destination. These days are all about making sure you’re well-prepared and have everything you need for the exciting days coming up in the beautiful landscapes of Everest Region.

Day 04:Drive to Manthali, Fly to Lukla and Trek to Phakding (2652m-4 Hrs.)

On the fourth day of your trip, you’ll keep going on your  Everest adventure. First, there’s a beautiful drive to Manthali, and then you’ll take a plane to Lukla, which is like a door to the Everest area. The plane ride itself is amazing because you can see stunning views of the Himalayas. Once you land in Lukla, you’ll start walking on a trek that takes about four hours. This trek goes along the Dudh Koshi River and has cool suspension bridges and awesome views of the mountains. You’ll reach the cozy village of Phakding, which is 2652 meters high. It’s a nice place to relax and get used to the altitude, getting ready for more incredible trekking in the Everest area.

Day 05:Trek to Namche Bazaar (3440m-6 Hrs.)

On the fifth day, you’ll keep going on your journey with a six-hour walk to Namche Bazaar, which is at a height of 3440 meters. The path goes through green forests and across a famous bridge called the Hillary Suspension Bridge. You’ll see parts of Mount Everest and other big mountains along the way. As you go up, you’ll spot the nice village of Namche Bazaar, surrounded by hills. This busy town is important for people trekking in the area. It has local markets, cozy places to have tea, and amazing views all around. Going up slowly not only helps you get used to the high altitude but also gets you ready for the exciting adventures.

Day 06:Rest & acclimatization, explore Everest View Hotel (3800m-3 Hrs.)

On the sixth day, take a break in Namche Bazaar to rest and get used to the higher places. Spend the day exploring the busy village and its market to get a feel of the local life. To help your body adjust better, go on a three-hour walk to the Everest View Hotel at 3800 meters. This short trip gives you amazing views of Everest and the nearby mountains. The hotel is a calm place to relax and enjoy the stunning scenery.

Day 07:Trek to Tyangboche (3850m-5 Hrs.); Explore Buddhist monastery

On the seventh day, go on a five-hour walk to Tyangboche, which is at 3850 meters high. Along the way, you’ll see beautiful landscapes and catch sight of the big Himalayan mountains. When you get to Tyangboche, check out the famous Buddhist monastery. It’s a special place with cultural importance, surrounded by the amazing mountains. The monastery is a peaceful spot where you can think and feel connected. Enjoy the incredible views from this high point, where nature and spirituality come together to make a really special experience in your trek through the Everest area.

Day 08:Trek to Dingboche (4350m-5Hrs.)

On the eighth day, go on a five-hour walk to Dingboche, which is at a height of 4350 meters. The path goes through different landscapes, and you’ll see wide views of the big Himalayan mountains. As you go up to Dingboche, the land gets rougher, showing the natural beauty of the high places. Dingboche itself is in the middle of tall mountains, making it a special place to get used to the altitude. Explore the local customs and enjoy the quietness of Dingboche. It’s an important place to get ready for the challenges of even higher places in the Everest area.

Day 09:Trek to Lobuche (5018m-4Hrs.)

On the ninth day, walk for about four hours to reach Lobuche, which is really high up at 5018 meters. The path goes through amazing views of the big Himalayan mountains. As you get closer to Lobuche, the land becomes tougher and more challenging because of the high altitude. The village is right in front of tall mountains, making it a special and impressive place. This part of the walk not only checks how strong you are but also makes you feel a deep connection with the Himalayas.

Day 10:Rest for acclimatization at Lobuche

On the tenth day, take a break in Lobuche for acclimatization, an essential pause to help your body adjust to the high altitude. Spend the day resting and exploring the surroundings, absorbing the breathtaking views of the Himalayan landscape. This crucial acclimatization day in Lobuche ensures that you are better prepared for the challenges of higher elevations in the Everest region. Use the time to relax, allowing your body to adapt gradually to the thin air and reduced oxygen levels, ultimately enhancing your overall trekking experience as you continue your journey in the high-altitude terrain.

Day 11:Trek to Gorakshep (5170m-3 Hrs.)

On the eleventh day, go on a three-hour walk to Gorakshep, which is really high up at 5170 meters. The path goes through tough Himalayan land, and you’ll see big mountains along the way. As you get closer to Gorakshep, the land gets even more challenging, showing the tough beauty of the high places. The village is right next to snowy mountains, making it a really cool and amazing place. Gorakshep is where you start the last part of the trek to Everest Base Camp. This part of the journey not only checks how strong you are but also gets you really close to the most exciting part of your trek in the famous Everest area.

Day 12:Trek to Everest Base camp (5200m-2 Hrs.)

On the twelfth day, walk for about two hours to reach the famous Everest Base Camp, which is really high up at 5200 meters. The path is a bit tough but has amazing views of the big Himalayan mountains. As you get closer to Everest Base Camp, you’ll feel proud and amazed by the incredible sight of the world’s highest mountain. The camp is a temporary place where climbers stay while going up Everest, and being there makes you feel like you’ve achieved something big. Take your time to enjoy the incredible views, capture the moment in pictures, and feel happy about reaching this famous place.

Day 13 - 56:Climbing period Summit Everest (8,848.86m), full camping

From Days 13 to 56, the main goal is to climb Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world at 8,848.86 meters. This part involves staying in camps at different high places while going up the mountain. The climb is carefully planned, and each day brings new challenges and chances to get used to the high altitude. There are special resting points called Camps I, II, III, and IV as you go up. Climbing Everest needs a strong body, a tough mind, and teamwork, especially when dealing with difficult terrain, extreme weather, and changing oxygen levels. The final part of the climb, reaching the top, is the result of weeks of getting ready and staying determined. Getting to the summit of Mount Everest is a huge achievement, showing great mountain climbing skills and human determination. Coming back down involves carefully moving through the tough land, and each step is a successful return from the highest point on Earth. The whole climbing period is a big test of bravery, skill, and strength, giving an amazing adventure and a lifetime achievement for those who take on this incredible journey.

Day 57:Down trek to Gorakshep, overnight lodge

On the 57th day, start going down by walking back to Gorakshep. Going down means following the same path you took up through the tough Himalayan land. It gives you a new view of the landscape you went up. Walking down from the high places needs careful moves through different types of land, and it requires your body and mind to adjust in a new way. When you reach Gorakshep, which is at a lower height, it’s a nice change, and you get a chance to rest at a lodge overnight. This is an important part of your journey, moving from the tough challenges of Everest Base Camp to lower places.

Day 58Trek via Lobuche (5218m)toDingboche(4260m-5 Hrs.)

On the 58th day, walk for about five hours from Gorakshep through Lobuche (at 5218m) and down to Dingboche (at 4260m). During this trek, you go back on the path you took when going up, seeing the landscapes from a different view. As you come down from the high places, you need to be careful while walking through the rough Himalayan land. Going through Lobuche, which is at 5218 meters, and reaching Dingboche at 4260 meters, you notice a change in how things look and how high you are. The trek gives you a chance to enjoy the awesome views and different landscapes while thinking about what you achieved going up to Everest.

Day 59:Trek to Tyangboche (3860m-5 Hrs.)

On the 59th day, walk for about five hours from Dingboche to Tyangboche, which is at a height of 3860 meters. During this walk, you go through different kinds of land, giving you a chance to see how the landscapes change as you come down. The path needs careful steps because of the various types of land in the Himalayas. When you reach Tyangboche, which is surrounded by mountains, you see things from a lower height and in a calm place. The walk lets you enjoy the natural beauty, think about your journey up, and feel good about what you achieved in the Everest Climbing

Day 60:Trek to Namche Bazaar (3440m-4 Hrs.)

On the 60th day, start walking for about four hours from Tyangboche to Namche Bazaar, which is at a height of 3440 meters. During this walk, you go down through different types of land, giving you a new look at the landscapes you saw when going up. The path needs careful steps as you move through the Himalayan land. When you reach Namche Bazaar, which is in the mountains, it feels familiar but different. The place is not as high, and it has a lively atmosphere. Namche Bazaar is a busy place for trekkers, with local markets and cozy teahouses, and it’s a comfy spot to rest before you keep going down to lower places in the next few days.

Day 61:Trek to Lukla (2840m-7 Hrs.)

On the 61st day, walk for about seven hours from Namche Bazaar to Lukla, which is at a height of 2840 meters. During this walk, you go down through different types of land, getting one last look at the Himalayan views. The path needs careful steps as you move through the challenging land. When you reach Lukla, it means the end of your trek in the Everest area. The place is not as high, and things look familiar, making you feel like you achieved something. Lukla is like the door to this region, and the walk lets you think about the amazing journey, enjoy the different views, and feel happy about what you accomplished in the Himalayas. This last part of the walk brings different feelings, from being proud of finishing the adventure to looking forward to going back down and finishing this special expedition.

Day 62:Fly from Lukla to Manthali or Kathmandu, Drive to Kathmandu; hotel transfer

On the 62nd day, your big adventure ends. First, you’ll take a plane from Lukla to Manthali and then have a nice drive to Kathmandu. The plane ride gives you one last look at the big Himalayan mountains before landing in Manthali. After that, you enjoy a scenic drive back to Kathmandu. Going from the mountains to the city gives you time to think about all the amazing trekking and climbing you did in the Everest area. When you reach Kathmandu, you’ll be taken to your hotel, and that’s the end of your extraordinary journey. The many different experiences, from the tough times up high to the interesting culture of the Himalayas, become special memories as you finish your adventure in the busy capital city of Nepal.

Day 63:Contingency Day in Kathmandu, Farewell-Celebration dinner

On the 63rd day, a contingency day is set aside in Kathmandu, allowing flexibility for unforeseen circumstances. This day serves as a buffer, providing additional time in case of any delays or unexpected events. While it offers a chance to rest and address any potential issues, it also allows for further exploration of Kathmandu or relaxation before departing. In the evening, a farewell celebration dinner is arranged, providing an opportunity to share stories, memories, and laughter with fellow trekkers and expedition members. This final gathering is a moment of camaraderie, marking the end of the remarkable journey in the Himalayas and expressing gratitude for the shared experiences and accomplishments.

Day 64:Transfer to the airport for final departure, end of the trip

On the 64th day, your amazing journey in Nepal is finished. It starts by going to the airport for your last trip from Kathmandu. This day means the end of your big adventure, where you did trekking, climbing, and explored the culture in the Himalayan region. Saying goodbye to the busy city, you take lots of memories with you, from the breathtaking views in the Everest area to the fun times with other trekkers. All the challenges of being up high, the interesting culture, and the things you achieved all come together on this last day. It leaves you feeling proud and thankful for the incredible journey in the beautiful Himalayas.

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FAQ

1.What is the Everest Expedition?

The Everest Expedition is a challenging adventure where climbers attempt to reach the summit of Mount Everest, the world’s highest peak.

2. Where is Mount Everest located?

Mount Everest is situated in the Himalayas on the border between Nepal and Tibet.

3. How high is Mount Everest?

Mount Everest stands at an elevation of 29,032 feet (8,848 meters) above sea level.

4. How does the expedition start?

The expedition typically begins with a flight to Lukla, followed by a trek to reach the Everest Base Camp.

5.What happens at the Everest Base Camp?

At the Base Camp, climbers acclimate to high altitude, undergo training, and prepare for the ascent.

6.Are there specific camps during the expedition?

Yes, the expedition includes several camps at strategic altitudes (Camps I to IV) before reaching the South Col and the summit.

7. What challenges do climbers face during the expedition?

Climbers face challenges such as extreme weather conditions, avalanches, crevasses, and the dangerous Khumbu Icefall.

8. What skills are required for the ascent?

Climbers need physical endurance, mental resilience, and technical climbing skills for the ascent.

9. Who are the guides during the expedition?

Sherpas, experienced local guides, play a crucial role in supporting climbers and ensuring their safety.

10. Why is the Everest Expedition a global attraction?

The Everest Expedition attracts adventurers from around the world who seek to conquer the ultimate pinnacle of mountaineering.

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