Everest Expedition (8848m)

Everest Expedition (65 days)

Highlight of Lukla-Namchebazar-Tangboche-Dingboche-Labuche-Ebc-Everest Summit-Namchebazar-Lukla

Duration: 65 Days

Type of Trek: Tea house/Camping.

Activities: Trekking, Expedition, Culture Tours

No of Pax: 2 to 15

Max Altitude: 8848 m.

Mode of travel: Land and flight Transportation

Best Month: September/October/November/March/April/May

Minimum Pax: 2 persons

                     
Mt. Everest Expedition is in one of the world’s most popular and thrilling expedition which lies in Khumbu -Himalayan range. Mt. Everest, the mother of all mountains, 8,848m (29,028 ft) is highest mountain in the world on the border of Nepal and Tibet. Mount Everest is called Sagarmatha (“Goddess of the Sky”) in Nepal and Chomolungma (“Goddess Mother of the World”) in Tibet. Mt. Everest is named after English explorer and  Sir George Everest, (1790–1866), who Worked on the trigonometry survey in India from (1806 to 1843 Meters) who had mapped the Indian subcontinent. Mount Everest was first climbed on May 29, 1953, when Sir Edmund Hillary from New Zealand and Tenzing Norgay from Nepal reached the summit Top of the world/ Mount sagarmatha. These courageous climbers ascended Everest base camp through to the Everest South Col from the Khumbu Glacier and continued their ascent to the summit via the Southeast ridge. Everest Climbing Route is now referred to as the Everest Normal route and will be also the route that we use every year in the per-summer season. Ever year about 300- 500 climbers try to summit Everest.

Mount Everest expedition starts from Lukla after 27 minutes mountain flight from Kathmandu. Everest View Treks & Expedition’s expedition guide led through the Sherpa village Chaurikharaka Phakding, Namche, Tengboche, Pheriche, Lobuche Gorakshep and finally reaches at Mt. Everest base camp. EVTE climbing guides set up the  camp I, camp II and camp III then continue ascend to Mt. Everest summit. At least two month holidays is required for Mt. Everest mountaineering as well as good physical fitness and previous climbing experience. Autumn & spring season is best time for Mount Everest expedition but we Everest View Treks & Expedition arrange Everest expedition as per mountaineer’s demand with personalized expedition service around the year. We EVTE arrange Everest expeditions either private or group join basis with appropriate approach life time adventure in Nepal.

Day 1
Arrival Kathmandu. Transfer to hotel, Mt. Everest expedition briefing with officially arrangements. Overnight at Kathmandu hotel.

Day 2
Kathmandu for official procedure. overnight hotel.

Day 3
Kathmandu official procedure & prepare for Mount Everest mountaineering gear with your expedition guide overnight Hotel

Day 4
Fly to Lukla (2800m) and trek to Phakding 3 hour walk (2640m). Overnight at tea house.

Day 5
Trek to Namche Bazaar 5 to 6 hour (3440m). Overnight lodge..

Day 6
namchebazar rest day

Day 7
Trek to Tangboche 4 to 5 hour overnight Lodge.

Day 8
Trek to Dingboche Overnight at Lodge.

Day 9
Acclimatization day in Dingboche walk up to hill overnigh at Lodge.

Day 10
Trek to Lobuche 4 to 5 hour (4910m). Overnight at. lodge.

Day 11
Trek to gorekshep 3 to 4 hour overnight Lodge.

Day 12
Trek to Base Camp. 2 to 2:30hour (5364m) overnight Tent camp.

Day 13
Restday ebc perpeared climbing overnight camp.

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Cleannig base camp.

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Trek to pheriche or pangboche 6 to 7 hour overnight

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trek to namche bazar 5 to 6 hour overnight at lodge.

Day 60
Trek to Lukla 6 to 7 hour overnight lodge.

Day 61
Fly to kathmandu Transfer to hotel .

Day 62
relax day in kathmandu overnight hotel.

Day 63
shitseeing if you want overnight hotel.

Day 64
Shoping day in kathmandu evening farewell dinner nepali resturant overnight hotel.

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Departure to you country of Destination

Departure to you country of Destination

Cost Included

  1. Arrival and Departure Airport Hotel Transfer
  2. Hotel Accommodation In Kathmandu: 5 Night Hotel ( 4 Star Category )in Kathmandu B/B plan Sharing Twin bed room.
  3. Well Come Dinner: one welcome Dinner in tourist Standard restaurant in Kathmandu with Guide.
  4. Cargo clearance: International Air cargo Clearance of Member Personal Luggage& Payment of Government Tax’s in Nepal before Expedition.
  5. Permit: Expedition royalty and permit of Nepal Government to Climb Mt. Everest Permit Tim’s, Card, Conservation Area Entry permit and Fee.
  6. Liaison officer: 1 Government Liaison officer with full Equipment , Salary and  Accommodation
  7. Garbage Management: Stool Shipment Transfer & Garbage Deposit Fees.
  8. Insurance: Medical & Emergency rescue Insurance for all involved Nepalese Staff during the trek and Expedition.
  9. Map: Trekking & Climbing Map.
  10. Land Member Transportation: Kathmandu- Besisahar -Soti khola-kathmandu by Privet Jeep, car Bus.
  11. Expedition staffs Transportation, Necessary all equipment.
  12. Member Luggage up to 60 kg per Member Personal Baggage during the Trek Carrying by porter.
  13. Food & Lodging: # Meal a Day ( B/L/D Including Tea Coffee ) along with Accessible Accommodation at Hotel/Lodge/ Tea house Tent During the trek and Base Camp. Well –Manage set up for Member & staffs.
  14. Porter: Per Member up to base camp from lukla & Porter on returning From Base camp to Lukla.
  15. Base camp staff: Experienced & Well- Trained Base Camp Cook & kitchen Helper s As requested.
  16. Staff salary Allowance: All Nepalese Staff & Porter s Daily wages, Salary, Equipment, Food & Clothing.
  17. Base camp Tent: Each Member will have Individual North face or mountain Hard ware Tent in Base camp.
  18. Base Camp Equipment At a Base Camp: Foam mattress and pillow per Member,  1 Dining Tent,1 kitchen tent, 1 Commutation Tent , 1 Toilet & Shower Tent , 1 Staff Tent,1 Tent for Nepalese Base Camp staff, Store Tent, Table & Chair& all Necessary  Cooking Gears.
  19. Heater for Base Camp in each dining and other Necessary Camp.
  20. Solar/Generator Light 1 Solar panel or Generator for battery Charge and Light at Base camp use.
  21. High Altitude Climbing Sherpa 1 veteran and Government Licensed Sherpa per Member (1 Member 1 Sherpa).
  22. Climbing Sherpa Salary & Allowance, Food, Salary, Equipment & Clothing.
  23. Oxygen bottle For Summit 02 Oxygen bottle 1 Member (4 liters) 1 Oxygen bottle for each high altitude Sherpa.
  24. Oxygen Mask & Regulator 1 Set of Summit Oxygen Mask & Regulator for each Member and High altitude Sherpa which has to be Return after Expedition.
  25. Back up Oxygen cylinder, Mask & Regulator (appropriate Charge).
  26. Rope Fixing Team: The Team of Experience Sherpa will fix The Route on Everest (No Extra charge applied to Member).
  27. Over base camp Service: high Altitude Tent Necessary Cooking  EPI Gas, Cooking pot of Member  High Food for Member, Sherpa  & All climbing Cooking Crew  (C1) (C2) C3) (C4) . Group Climbing Gear, Fix & Dynamic Rope The Climbing Period.
  28. Internet :Reliable & high- Speed Internet access  Wi- fi on  Payable Basis to all climbers on our Expedition at Basecamp.
  29. Satellite Phone For Emergency Communication Carrying by Sherpa, also Available for Member With Appropriate Charge.
  30. Walkie- Talkie for Communicating From Base Camp to Mountain to Base Camp.
  31. Permit Satellite phone / Walkie- Talkie permit for all Member & staff.
  32. Weather for cast every day During the Expedition.
  33. Medical kit
  34. Everest Climbing Certificate issued by (NTB) After Climbing Everest Successfully.

Cost Excluded

  1. International Flight (From to Kathmandu)
  2. Nepali entry visa Fee 15 day (Multiple Entry) $30 (30 days Multiple $ 50) 90 Days multiple Entry $125 Visa Extension (within Valid visa period Additional $ 25 Visa Extension After visa expiration Late fee per day $ 5.
  3. Lunch & Dinner during the Stay in Kathmandu (Also incase early Return from Trekking Expedition Then the scheduled itinerary).
  4. Extra night Kathmandu Accommodation in case of early arrival or Late Departure, Early Return from Trekking / Expedition ( Due to any reason) Then the scheduled itinerary.
  5. Insurance Travel and high- altitude Insurance, Accident, Helicopter Medical & Emergency evacuation.
  6. Medical and Emergency Rescue Evacuation cost of required (Rescue, repatriation, Helicopter, Medication, Medical Test and hospitalization Cost.)
  7. Personal expenses Tele [phone call, internet, Toiletries, Battery Recharge, Hot shower, laundry, Soft Drink, Beer and Alcoholic beverages (During the trek)
  8. Personal Equipment packing items or Bag, Personal Medical kit personal Trekking and climbing gear.
  9. Special filming Camera and Drone permit fee.
  10. Toilet Soap, Shampoos, Toilet and tissue paper, toothpaste, and other item use to keep yourself clean.
  11. Internet Service not include During the Trek and Expedition.
  12. Summit Bonus For Climbing Sherpa Minimum $ 1000 For full board Service takers.
  13. Tips for Base Camp Staff.

Summit pack with at least 65 liter capacity (can also be used as day pack)      Large robust canvas bag/hold all or kit bag (for transporting gear on trail
Small duffle bag with lock (for storing excess gear & travel clothes in hotel)   1 set of Windproof/waterproof shell gear (jacket & over trousers)
Good 4-season, 0° to -10° F sleeping bag        Karri mat or Thermarest Pad (with repair kit)
1 Fleece or pile jacket, mid to heavy weight Trekking pole (s)
1 Down jacket with hood            Climbing harness
1 Fleece vest            Ice axe with leash
1 Mid layer shirt or fleece            1 locking karabiner
1 Fleece pants, mid-weight         2 standard karabiners
2 Thermal underwear tops & bottoms            1 sling (4ft) 1 figure 8
1 Pair insulated mitts        1 handled ascender
2 Pairs thermal gloves      6 mm rope for prussiks (40ft)
4 pairs of thick socks (wool or pile)      1 Climbing helmet
Travel clothes (to be stored in Kathmandu)   1 Warm hat (wool/fleece)
Trekking clothes (e.g., 2 shorts, 2 T-shirts, 1 trousers/synthetic pants, etc.)    2 Bandanas 1 Sun hat
Double plastic boots (with 1 pair extra laces)            2 One liter water bottles
1 Pair gaiters (good quality)        1 Pee bottle (if you use one)
Walking Boots or trekking shoes           1 Gas lighter, 1 Pocket knife
Crampons     1 Whistle
1 Lightweight sandals       1 Head lamp (plus spare battery/bulb)
Compression stuff sacks   4 Garbage bags (good quality)
1 Balaclava (wool/fleece)            2 tubes Sun cream (minimum 40 SPF)
4 pairs of thin polypropylene socks/liners      2 tubes Lip Cream (minimum 40 SPF)
Glacier goggles/glasses (with side covers)      1 First aid kit (small, simple, lightweight): personal needs, aspirin, moleskin/foam, hand sanitizer, etc.
Optional
Thermos (small, stainless steel)
Personal camera equipment – lens, film, etc.
Books, journal, pens Cassette/ CD Player & Tapes/ CDs , Map (s)           1 Small toiletry kit:
toothpaste & toothbrush, wipes, camping towel, 2 rolls toilet paper,  personal needs

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