Everest Expedition (8848M)





Climbing Everest, also known as Mount Everest, is a legendary and awe-inspiring endeavor that captivates the hearts of adventurers and mountaineering enthusiasts around the world. Standing tall at an astonishing height of 8,848 meters (29,029 feet), Everest is the highest peak on Earth, situated in the majestic Himalayas on the border of Nepal and Tibet.

Embarking on an Everest expedition is a feat that demands immense physical endurance, mental fortitude, and meticulous planning. It is a remarkable journey that offers a rare opportunity to push one's limits and experience the sheer grandeur of nature in its most extreme form.

The expedition typically begins in Kathmandu, Nepal, where climbers gather and make final preparations. From there, they undertake a challenging trek through picturesque valleys, remote villages, and dense forests, gradually acclimatizing to the high-altitude environment. Along the way, climbers encounter breathtaking landscapes, cultural encounters with Sherpa communities, and the captivating serenity of the Himalayas.

As the climbers approach Everest Base Camp, located at an altitude of around 5,364 meters (17,598 feet), they enter a world that is both harsh and awe-inspiring. Base Camp serves as the launch pad for their summit attempt and becomes their home for several weeks as they acclimatize further, gather strength, and undergo rigorous training.

The ascent from Base Camp to the summit of Everest is an arduous and perilous undertaking. Climbers navigate treacherous icefalls, scale steep rock faces, and brave unpredictable weather conditions, including fierce winds, freezing temperatures, and oxygen-thin air. They rely on their technical skills, equipment, and the guidance of experienced Sherpa climbers to ensure safety and maximize their chances of success.

Reaching the summit of Everest is a moment of unparalleled triumph, where climbers are rewarded with breathtaking panoramic views and a profound sense of accomplishment. However, it is crucial to remember that climbing Everest comes with inherent risks, and the mountain demands respect and caution at all times. The environment is harsh and unforgiving, and climbers must be prepared to face physical and mental challenges, making safety the utmost priority.

An Everest expedition is a testament to human resilience, determination, and the indomitable spirit of adventure. It represents the pursuit of dreams, the quest for personal growth, and the enduring fascination with conquering the world's tallest peak. As climbers descend from the summit, they carry with them memories and stories that will forever shape their lives, joining the ranks of a select few who have witnessed the majesty of Everest from its peak.

Includes and excludes :

  1. All meals as specified for trek (breakfast, lunch, dinner with tea/coffee).
  2. Arrival pick up & departure.
  3. All internal local transport as per the itinerary.
  4. Internal flights
  5. All trekking arrangements including trekking permits, climbing permits, National Park entrance fees.
  6. Accommodation in twin sharing local lodges or best available places for accommodation,
  7. Trekking & Climbing leader & porter (salary, insurance, food, accommodation & other allowances).
  8. Basic first aid kit is carried by your leader.
  9. All hard ware gears
  1. Kathmandu food lunch & dinner,
  2. International flights to Kathmandu,
  3. Tips for Porter, guide & other
  4. Personal climbing gears and climbing boot, clothing & equipment
  5. Personal expenditure, all bar bills, laundry, telephone calls, hot shower in the mountain region, mineral water, snacks, desserts.
  6. Medical examination (if required) & vaccination costs
  7. Optional trips. Charges incurred as a result of delays beyond our control
  8. Visa fees & Travel insurance. Airport taxes
  9. Meals or drinks except the 3 main meals specified in itinerary
  10. Anything else not specified in the ‘included costs’ section above

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Itinerary breakdown

Everest Expedition

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and hotel transfer

Day 02 – 03: Official formalities and expedition preparation

Day 04: Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding

Day 05: Trek to Namche

Day 06: Rest at Namche

Day 07: Trek to Tengboche

Day 08: Trek to Pheriche

Day 09: Trek to Lobuche

Day 10: Trek to Gorakhshep

Day 11: Trek to Kalapatthar & retrace Gorakhshep

Day 12: Trek to base camp

Day 13 – 52: Climbing period

Day 53: Retrace to Lobuche

Day 54: Trek to Pangboche

Day 55: Trek to Namche

Day 56: Trek to Lukla

Day 57: Fly to Kathmandu

Day 58: Free day in Kathmandu .

Day 59: Airport transfer for international flight.

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