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The Everest Expedition Package is valid till 2023. Everest Expedition or climbing Everest is a lifetime dream for many in the World, and such climbers are increasing every year. The Everest Expedition requires good planning from a long time in advance with dare and other factors such as family permission, economic preparation, physical fitness, climbing experiences in the Himalayas, and a local outfitter for climbing permit, climbing guides, and logistics management. A local outfitter is a backbone for preparing an Everest Climbing safely and successfully. Any permission for mountaineering activities in the Nepal Himalayas is issued only to a Nepal Government Registered Local Outfitter.

Introduction
Mount Everest, also known as the Third Pole, the highest of all 14 loftiest peaks above 8000m. mountains, is the most important mountain on Earth. Mount Everest and its influential area are not only important for its height and beauty but are also important for its ecological source. Mount Everest and its range accumulate one of the largest amounts of snow and ice, continuously feeding numerous major rivers, benefitting billions of people and natural habitats. The existence of the highest mountain, Mount Everest, in the World was brought out to the broader public concern by the Surveyor General of India from 1830 to 1843, Sir George Everest. The official name “Everest” was given in 1965. Mount Everest is known as Sagarmatha in Nepali and Chomolungma in Tibetan/Sherpa. The name Sagarmatha (Head of the sea) was given by a Nepalese historian, Baburam Acharya (1888-1971). The name Chomolungma (Goddess Mother of Mountains) in the Tibetan/Sherpa is believed to have existed long before Mount Everest and Sagarmatha, but there is no specific record. The summit of Mount Everest also marks the international border between Nepal and Tibet. Tenzing Norgay Sherpa of Nepal and Sir Edmund Hillary of New Zealand are the first two humans to conquer the mountain and later on by numerous men and women. Most of the climbers who succeeded in achieving Mount Everest’s summit lived and are living glorified lives. The feat is taken as one of the lifetime achievements.

Everest Climbing Package is valid until 2023

Expedition Detail
Our team meet in Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal or else directly at Everest Base Camp. Kathmandu is a bustling, energetic and exciting city with many amazing sights and things to do. In addition, Kathmandu has a good selection of local and international mountaineering equipment and clothing; if some of you require a gear shop, you will have two full days to do last-minute shopping and repack the bags basecamp properly.

The journey to basecamp starts with a short panoramic flight to Lukla. After that, reach the south side of Everest base camp over an eight-day leisurely trek through villages of the Sherpas. Still, we will give some more days to tame our bodies in the local atmosphere, the only best way to perfect acclimatisation. In pre-expedition, people had to walk from Kathmandu since no roads and airports were beyond the capital. The expedition supplies are carried from Lukla to basecamp by yaks and zopkyos (yak hybrids) and porters.

On the way, we stop at Pangboche Village, which is one of the oldest villages in the Khumbu valley. Then, we will visit the monastery, which also houses the Yeti’s Skull, and pray for a peaceful and safe expedition for all members. We will also request a puja ritual from the monks at the monastery to solicit the local deities for obstacle less climbing and continue walking up to Everest base camp. The final Puja ceremony gets organised at Everest Base Camp for all expedition members and the equipment we take on the mountain.

Once the puja is over, the Sherpas begin to transport the climbing equipment and other supplies to the higher camps, leaving the climbing members at the base camp or beyond for training/acclimatising to climb on surrounding peaks. After a week or so of acclimatising activities, we climb to Camp-I, II, and III. Then, following the usual procedure, the members take the route up to Camp-III at least once.

The climb from basecamp begins early in the morning to avoid the possible hazard of seracs in the Khumbu Icefall, the most challenging section. From Camp I, climbers cross a broad flat glacial valley, famously known as the Western Cwm, and reach Camp II (ABC) at the foot of the Lhotse face, a warm place to camp. Camp III is halfway up the Lhotse Face, precariously and spectacularly perched, and is reached by a fixed rope. Camp IV, the South Col, is 500 meters above Camp III and up, over and across the Yellow Band and Geneva Spur. The South Col is the last camp before the summit. The summit push initiates from here, with 10 to 12 hours of climbing at night, aiming to reach the summit at around 7 a.m. Each climber who has made it to Camp IV will have a maximum stay of three days at this altitude to prepare for and complete the summit push depending on physical and weather conditions.

Trip Highlights

Trip Profile

Short Itinerary

Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu 1,350m.

Day 02: A free day in Kathmandu.

Day 03: A free day in Kathmandu.

Day 04: Fly to Lukla 2,866m. and trek to Phakding 2652m. A 45 minutes flight and 3 hours trek.

Day 05: Trek to Namche Bazaar 3,440m. A 5 hours trek

Day 06: Acclimatization in Namche

Day 07: Hike to Everest View Hotel and to Khumjung 3,790m. A 3 hours leisure walk.

Day 08: Trek to Pangboche 3,867m. A 5 hours trek.

Day 09: Visit Pangboche Monastery and trek to Dingboche 4,410m. a 3 hours Trek.

Day 10: Acclimatization in Dingboche (Optionally hike to Chhukung Ri). A 6 hours excursion.

Day 11: Trek to Lobuche 4,887m. A 4 hours Trek.

Day 12: Trek to Gorakshep 5,164m. and Kalapathar 5,545m. A 4 hours trek.

Day 13: Trek to Everest Basecamp 5,364m. A 2 hours Trek.

Day 14-18: Everest Basecamp

Day 19: Trek to Lobuje Base Camp 4,930m. A 4 hours trek.

Day 20-23: Acclimatizing expedition on Mount Lobuje 6,119m.

Day 24: Trek to Everest Base Camp. A 5 hours Trek.

Day 25-26: At BC

Day 27: Climb to CI – 4 hours

Day 28: Climb to CII – 2 hours

Day 29-30: Rest at C2

Day 31: Climb to C3 (7100m.) – 3-4 hours

Day 32: Down to C2

Day 33: Down to Base Camp

Day 34: Rest and recharging period for to assault on Everest

Day 35-39: Rest and recharge

Day 40: Trek to Pheriche

Day 41: Trek to Lobuche

Day 42: Trek to Everest BC

Day 43: At BC

Day 44: Climb to C2 – 6-7 hours

Day 45: Rest Day at C2

Day 46: Climb to C3 – 3-4 hours

Day 45-48: Climb to C4 (7,900m.) – 4-5 hours and continue to summit

Day 49: Return to C2

Day 50: Descend to Base camp

Day 51: Rest and repack

Day 52: Trek from basecamp to Tengboche

Day 53: Trek to Jorsalle

Day 54: Trek to Lukla

Day 55: Fly to Kathmandu. A 45 minutes flight and 45 minutes drive.

Day 56: Briefing at ministry

Day 57: Participate in International Mount Everest Day and farewell celebration

Day 58: Departure

Detail Itinerary

ITINERARY in a short description (The dates, especially above basecamp, are approximate)

Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu 1,350m.

Our personnel will be waiting at the Kathmandu international airport (TIA) to receive you with a traditional welcome. A short drive to the hotel's centre of Kathmandu and checking into the hotel. Depending on arrival time, you will choose either nearby visiting shrines or resting back in your room to overcome the air fatigue.
  • Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 02: A free day in Kathmandu.

A completely free day to do last-minute shopping and repacking the bags to basecamp properly. This afternoon you will need to hand over your bags to basecamp for cargo to Lukla and then by porter to Everest basecamp. There will be a welcome dinner in the evening, and you are introduced to your guide and climbing Sherpa.
  • Breakfast + Welcome dinner.
  • Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 03: A free day in Kathmandu.

The mountaineering team leader will need to go to the department of the ministry of tourism to sign the document related to the mountaineering permit and responsibilities. Then, the rest of the team will take a sightseeing tour of Kathmandu valley.
  • Breakfast.
  • Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 04: Fly to Lukla 2,866m. and trek to Phakding 2652m. A 45 minutes flight and 3 hours trek.

Early in the morning, at 07:30 hour, we'll drive to Tribhuvan International Airport to board a Helicopter flight to Lukla. It is an exhilarating mountain flight of 45 minutes. During the journey, you can enjoy exceptional views of the Himalayas and most villages and valleys. Upon arrival at Lukla, you'll meet the guide, porters and Sherpa staff. At Lukla, we stop for about an hour for refreshments and reorganise kitbags for porters. After a short tour of Lukla village, we set out on a trek of about 3 hours to Phakdingma.

A pleasant walk on the first day passes through several Sherpa villages with a view of Kongde Peak. Phakdingma is a lovely place for an overnight stop set on the bank of the Dudhkunda river.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tea-house Lodge.

Day 05: Trek to Namche Bazaar 3,440m. A 5 hours trek

Today's trek goes through Toktok and Jorsalle and on to Namche. The entire route is scenic and full of nature. The surrounding hills with dense forests, and beyond them are mountain tops capped with snow. After a lunch stop in Jorsalle, we continue to Namche Bazaar. Along the way, we climb to a vantage point called Topdanda, near Namche Bazaar. From Topdanda, weather permitting, one can see Mt. Everest and the Tengboche valley and its famed monastery. Half an hour later, you are at Namche Bazaar, the "capital of the Khumbu valley".

Namche Bazaar, surrounded by beautiful mountains from all directions, is the Khumbu region's commercial centre. If you arrive on a Friday, you can view the weekly bazaar the next day when local people converge from the surrounding area. In the Khumbu Valley, killing any animal is forbidden, so people from lower valleys come to sell meat and everyday supplies on Saturdays. Likewise, the local people and hotel/lodge operators converge here to buy.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tea-house Lodge.

Day 06: Acclimatization in Namche

Today, your guide will take you to visit the monastery in Namche, Sagarmatha National Park Museum and the Sherpa House Museum. If one wishes for a long day excursion, your guide will take you to Thamo, a small traditional village, on the way to Thame, which takes about 2 hours going up and one and half hours to come back.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tea-house Lodge.

Day 07: Hike to Everest View Hotel and to Khumjung 3,790m. A 3 hours leisure walk.

Instead of staying all day in Namche, we move to the village of Khumjung. After lunch, we make a scenic Namche to Khumjung trek. The trail leads through the nose-ridge above Namche to Syangboche, a short landing field for Pilatus porter plane. The higher we go, the scenarios are open. The Dudhkoshi Valley, Kongde Himal, Khumbila, Tawoche, Everest, Amadablam, Kangthega, Thamserku and Kusumkangru are some great masses of mountains in the World surrounding us from all directions.

Going to Khumjung, there are several trails. Still, we go through the Everest View Hotel, the only five-star hotel situated at the highest place in the World, at an elevation of 3880 meters above sea level. The hotel has a spectacular view of Mount Everest, 8,848m., from every room. The hotel offers a panoramic view of Everest and many other high peaks, including the most imposing Amadablam (6,812m.), described as the most beautiful mountain they have ever seen. This hotel will surely make a stop for a cup of tea/coffee and enjoy the most magnificent panorama that the place offers.

Then we descend to the village of Khumjung, where we can optionally visit Khumjung monastery and its village.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tea-house Lodge.

Day 08: Trek to Pangboche 3,867m. A 5 hours trek.

This day's trek, all the way to Tengboche, contains magnificent views of Everest, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Lhotse and Nuptse. In addition, one can spot wild animals along the trail, such as longhaired mountain goats, musk deer, the colourful national bird, Danphe Etc.

We stop for lunch at Punggi-Tanga and then continue gradually climbing to Tengboche, where we pay a visit to the famed Tengboche monastery.

From the meadow at Tengboche, there are fine views of Nuptse-Lhotse, the tip of Everest and the giant Mt. Amadablam. Tengboche is one of the religious centres of the Khumbu Valley. The monastery burned down in 1989 and was rebuilt to its original shape thanks to generous contributions from the local community, trekkers and the Himalayan Trust. Here, every year in October/November, according to the Buddhist lunar calendar, is celebrated one of the most spectacular and important religious festivals, the Mani Rimdu.

The trek continues further to Pangboche through a seemingly virgin forest and beautiful mountain panoramas to a monastery of nuns at Dibuche. After Dibuche, we cross a bridge over the Dudh Koshi River. The trees thin out and give way to shrubs. Arrive in Pangboche. The village provides one of the best views of Ama Dablam and Lhotse and Nuptse. We check into our lodge, take a hearty dinner and overnight rest.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tea-house Lodge.

Day 09: Visit Pangboche Monastery and trek to Dingboche 4,410m. a 3 hours Trek.

In the morning, we visit the Pangboche village and 400 years old monastery, the oldest in the region. In the monastery, pray for a peaceful and safe expedition for all members. We will also request a puja ritual from the monk at the monastery to solicit the local deities for obstacle less climbing. Finally, the visitors receive a Khata as a blessing. The Khata symbolises purity, compassion and good luck. Its primary colour is white, with eight lucky symbols on it.

After visits and puja ritual formalities, we continue the trek to Dingboche through a barren hill with a beautiful panorama toward Ama Dablam and Chhukung. We cross a bridge over a stream that flows from the Khumbu glacier below Pheriche, and after an easy climb, we arrive at Dingboche, the last largest village in the Chhukung valley. It is a small but beautiful village with views of Amadablam and Chhukung. We reach Dingboche for lunch with enough time to hike high above the village in the evening. The evening hike above the village provides a better view of the village and its surroundings.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tea-house Lodge.

Day 10: Acclimatization in Dingboche (Optionally hike to Chhukung Ri). A 6 hours excursion.

It is a rest/acclimatisation day, but we recommend taking a trip to Chhukung and back. The trail is beautiful, with Buddhist stupas, prayer flags, and incredible views. If time permits, we also recommend climbing to the Chukung-Ri (5.540m) at Chhukung. It is a hill above Chhukung village and just below the incredibly sheer wall of Mount Nuptse and Lhotse. Some say that the view from Chukung-Ri is better than that from Everest Kalapathar. The vertical wall of Lhotse and Nuptse, the red granite of Makalu, and the south wall of Baruntse are fluted with ice next to 7000 metres of Ama Dablam. Many feel that Chhukung-Ri has the most beautiful views in the World. We take a hearty lunch at Chhukung and retrace back to Dingboche. A long day.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tea-house Lodge.

Day 11: Trek to Lobuche 4,887m. A 4 hours Trek.

The trek gently leads toward the Khumbu (Everest) Glacier. The World's most significant mountain masses surround you and give you a feel of the thinner air. En route, near the lower edge of the glacier, above Thugla, you can see numerous Chortens (memorials for those who died during Everest expeditions). Finally, you are at Laboche, the base for most trekkers hiking to Kalapathar View Point and Everest Base. After checking into the lodge, you can stroll around the glacial rim to observe the Khumbu Glacier, its loud cracking of the ice and the noises of chunks of ice and scree falling into the glacial river.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tea-house Lodge.

Day 12: Trek to Gorakshep 5,164m. and Kalapathar 5,545m. A 4 hours trek.

We start the trip early in the morning to get the sunrise view from the top of the Kalapathar lookout. From Lobuche, we trek to Gorakshep along the rim of the Khumbu glacier catching views of Nuptse, Pumori, Changtse, Cho Lhatse and many more peaks. Gorakshep is a pleasant place towered by beautiful Mt. Pumori. From Gorakshep, a further 45-minutes walk put us on top of Kalapathar (5,545m), one of the most famed viewpoints to sight mount Everest from its nearest distance. The view from there is indescribable, seeing Mount Everest from a distance of your hand reach. After taking an essential photograph and admirations, we descend to Gorakshep for a hearty breakfast and a relaxing day.

In the evening, we may repeat the Kalapathar for a sunset view. From the Kalapathar lookout, both sunrise and sunset are breathtaking, so those willing may take a short sunset hike to the Kalopathar lookout for a sunset view!
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tea-house Lodge.

Day 13: Trek to Everest Basecamp 5,364m. A 2 hours Trek.

Today we make our dreamt trek to Everest Base Camp 5,364 metres (17,598 ft) (28°0′26″N 86°51′34″E), the base of the "Third Pole". The trail from Gorakshep is panoramic, with an incredible view of the Khumbu Icefall and Khumbu Glacier. Mount Pumori dominates the north-western horizon, just above a hand reaching distance.

The flat field below Kala Patthar and Mt. Pumori is the Khumbu glacier. The glacier is filled with large ice pinnacles, forming a perfect place for ice climbing training.

The Everest Basecamp, one of the most famous mountain bases in the Himalayas and the World, is visited by hundreds of trekkers and climbers each year. We arrive at basecamp for lunch. We will be greeted by our kitchen crew, climbing Sherpa guides and liaison officer. After lunch, we will briefly meet about the rest of the program, take our duffel bags and bring them into our tents for unpacking and further organising.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tea-house Lodge.

Day 14-18: Everest Basecamp

Puja Ceremony, health check-ups, communication check-ups, meets and rest.

In the morning, everyone will visit the doctor for health check-ups. Then, in continuity lunch, communication check-ups, meeting and briefing.

We will stay at basecamp for five days, and during this period, we will practice and exercise climbing and descending steep ice walls, which require us to apply in our Everest Expedition. The training will also include repelling on the vertical section, ladder bridge walking, ladder climbing and ladder descending.

We will also celebrate the final puja ceremony for all expedition members, guides, Sherpa climbing guides, and all equipment we will take on the mountain during these five days. For the ritual, a monk from Pangboche or a nearby village gets invited to solicit the local deities for peaceful and obstacle less climbing.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tented Camp.

Day 19: Trek to Lobuje Base Camp 4,930m. A 4 hours trek.

Breakfast and retrace the trail to Gorakshep and Lobuche. The path to Labuje Peak Basecamp is a short walk, 30 minutes from Lobuche, with beautiful views of Mount Ama Dablam and Pheriche Valley. The base camp situates in a small valley opening to the southeast, providing fantastic views and a warm place. Finally, reach our camping and meet with our cook and kitchen crews, spend an excellent rest day, and prepare for climbing up to high camp for the next day.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tented Camp.

Day 20-23: Acclimatizing expedition on Mount Lobuje 6,119m.

Today, climb to the high camp of Lobuje Peak, situated high above a rocky ridge. The path to High Camp is climbed up a grassy gully continuing above the base camp. After setting high camp, continue the climb, fix ropes on some sections, and descend to high camp for overnight rest.

This expedition is to acclimatise rather than climb a peak. Therefore, we will be sleeping at around 6000 for at least two nights.

The peak climbing route is a rock scramble and steep snow slopes till 6,000m, which many refer to as the summit of Lobuje East. However, the actual summit is much further with more challenging climbing. The summit gives stunning views of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Pumori, Ama Dablam and other major peaks of Khumbu Himalaya. The mountain consists of two summits, East and West, with 6,119m. and 6,145m. A continuous ridge connects them, but West Summit requires a descending and climbing steep slope to the summit. The East Peak is a trekking peak, and the West is an Expedition Peak.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tented Camp.

Day 24: Trek to Everest Base Camp. A 5 hours Trek.

We trek back to Everest Basecamp to continue our first phase acclimatizing climb on Everest.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tented Camp.

Day 25-26: At BC

Rest, body check-ups, meet and brief, recheck the equipment list, get information on camps, communication, meals, oxygen, climbing guides, time schedules.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tented Camp.

Day 27: Climb to CI – 4 hours

  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tented Camp.

Day 28: Climb to CII – 2 hours

  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tented Camp.

Day 29-30: Rest at C2

  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tented Camp.

Day 31: Climb to C3 (7100m.) – 3-4 hours

  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tented Camp.

Day 32: Down to C2

  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tented Camp.

Day 33: Down to Base Camp

  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tented Camp.

Day 34: Rest and recharging period for to assault on Everest

Fly by helicopter down to Dibuche for rest camp. Dibuche is a place between Tengboche and Pangboche village. A perfect place to rest and recharge us with all-natural requirements. This place is surrounded by seemingly a primitive virgin forest in the shade of Mount Amadblam and fed by the gushing Imja Khola River. During April / May, the surrounding woods will bloom in multicolour of rhododendron species. There is also an ancient nunnery.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in Tea-house Lodge.

Day 35-39: Rest and recharge

Our cook will descend to Dibuche to prepare special meals for the members who are on rest camp to continue on Everest. This camp will last for four days, and all members will have individual rooms to grant peace and comfort as much as possible. The guide will always be around if something is required.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tea-house Lodge.

Day 40: Trek to Pheriche

Trek to Pheriche.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tea-house Lodge.

Day 41: Trek to Lobuche

Trek to Lobuche.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tea-house Lodge.

Day 42: Trek to Everest BC

Trek to Everest BC.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tea-house Lodge.

Day 43: At BC

Rest, body check-ups, meet and brief, recheck the equipment list, get information on camps, communication, meals, oxygen, climbing guides, time schedules.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tented Camp.

Day 44: Climb to C2 – 6-7 hours

Climb to C2 – 6-7 hours
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tented Camp.

Day 45: Rest Day at C2

Rest at C2
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tented Camp.

Day 46: Climb to C3 – 3-4 hours

Climb to C3 – 3-4 hours.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tented Camp.

Day 45-48: Climb to C4 (7,900m.) – 4-5 hours and continue to summit

Climb to C4 (7,900m.) – 4-5 hours. Rest at C4 and depart for the summit in the evening at around 9 p.m. targeting the summit between 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. and returning to C4 or C3.

Day 49: Return to C2

  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tented Camp.

Day 50: Descend to Base camp

Descend to Base camp
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tented Camp.

Day 51: Rest and repack

Rest and repack
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tented Camp.

Day 52: Trek from basecamp to Tengboche

Trek from basecamp to Tengboche
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in Tea-House Lodge.

Day 53: Trek to Jorsalle

Trek to Jorsalle
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tea-house Lodge.

Day 54: Trek to Lukla

Trek to Lukla.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Tea-house Lodge.

Day 55: Fly to Kathmandu. A 45 minutes flight and 45 minutes drive.

Day 56: Briefing at ministry

The team leader requires visiting the department of the ministry of tourism to submit the climbing reports and sign the related document. Other members are free to do their last day activities.
  • Breakfast.
  • Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 57: Participate in International Mount Everest Day and farewell celebration

We participate in the International Mount Everest Day to commemorate the first ascension of the peak on the 29th day in 1953. The successful climbers get honoured with medals and certificates from the officials of the Tourism Ministry and Nepal Mountaineering Association, among various personalities. Each year dozens of internationally noted summiteers will arrive in the capital city to celebrate the day. The evening gets celebrated with a farewell dinner in one of the best restaurants in Kathmandu.
  • Breakfast.
  • Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 58: Departure

Breakfast and free time until the time limit for the departure. Our office representative and vehicle will arrive at your hotel to serve you till the airport at the indicated time. Drive to Kathmandu international airport, see off formalities and departure.
  • Breakfast.

What is included

  • Airport/hotel/airport transfers with traditional well come and see of formalities as required per itinerary
  • Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu, breakfast included, (a four star hotel - Hotel Malla/Shanker) and introductory sightseeing of Kathmandu as per itinerary or as the member interest
  • Kathmandu/Lukla/Kathmandu airfare both for member and staff
  • All necessary expedition material transport (Lukla/EBC/Lukla) by yaks or porters and all their expenses
  • Dining at Base Camp fully carpeted and heated and dining and kitchen tent in ABC with high altitude cook with dining tables and chairs (comfortable armchair)
  • BC & ABC Nepali Cook and kitchen staff and 1 climbing Sherpa to 1 climbing member ratio with equipment, wages, insurance and all other applicable charges and expenses.
  • All mountain tents provided are Big-Single Tent at BC and two people to a three-men tent above Base Camp.
  • Gas heaters in the dining tent at Everest Base Camp & generator + solar panel power at Base Camp.
  • Everest Climbing permit, necessary regional permits and garbage deposit and garbage management charges.
  • Icefall route maintenance fee and above camp two rope fixing charges.
  • Radio walkie-talkie set for each climber and Sherpa with the base station and two set of Satellite telephone with enough recharges in each.
  • EPI Gas with burner and cooking pot set.
  • High altitude food with a personal pack
  • Seven cylinders of oxygen per climber with mask and regulator set and 4 cylinders of oxygen per Sherpa with mask and regulator set + extra 2 cylinders per member for incase.
  • Liaison Officer charges including airfare and insurance.
  • Shower tents and Toilet tent at Base Camp
  • Helicopter service for Everest basecamp to Dibuche
  • Equipment charges, wages, load ferry charges, insurance and all other related expenses of base camp Sirdar, climbing Sherpa (including summit bonus), cook, kitchen boys etc.
  • Regular physical check-up service at Everest Base Camp .
  • Full board service from Kathmandu to Kathmandu.

What is not included

  • Travel insurance (Should include helicopter evacuation and expedition cancellation eventualities as well).
  • International air tickets.
  • Nepal entry visas.
  • Personal climbing equipment.
  • Bar bills.
  • Summit bonus to the climbing Sherpas
  • Tips (should allow $1250 minimum for Everest summiteers + 750 base camp and camp II staff).
  • And those not mentioned in the above cost includes section.

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