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Mt. Makalu Expedition (8463 m)

  • 57 Days

Highlight of Tumlingtar - Tashigaoun - Khongmala - Makalu Base Camp- Makalu Summit - Tashigaoun - Tumlingtar

Duration57Days
Type of TrekTea house/ Camping
ActivitiesTrekking, Expedition, Culture Tours
No of Pax2 to 15
Max Altitude8463m
Mode of TravelLand and flight Transportation
Best MonthSeptember, October, November, March, April, May
Minimum Pax2 Persons

About

Mt.Makalu expedition is challenging and difficult mountaineering in Nepal.Makalu expedition offer beautiful Himalayan views including Mount Everest 8848m, Mount Lhotse 8516m, Mt. Cho Oyu 8201m with other 19 mountains peaks of different Himalayan range, beautiful landscape, lush valley etc. Mount Makalu 8463m is 6th highest mountain in the world. Mt. Makalu (8,463m / 27,767ft) (The Great Black One) was first climbed by the French in 1955 led by Jean Franco.Mount Makalu is situated between Everest and Kanchenjunga, on the Nepal-Tibetan border. Makalu climbing has several routes on the mountain as many as five but our climbing guide will take to Mount Makalu expedition through safety way to reach the your destination.

Makalu expedition begins at Tumlingtar after an 35 minute  flight from Kathmandu. Everest view Treks & expedition’s climbing guide led through the beautiful valley above the Arun River. Mount Makalu Base Camp at approximately 5100 meters than ascend via the Northwest Ridge establishing 4 high camps on the mountain. Our strong team /climbing guide will fix ropes as required for mountaineering the Mount Makalu. Depending on your fitness, you wil be moving up and down the mountain several times, acclimatizing and stocking the higher camps. Autumn & spring season is best time for Makalu climbing but we Everest View Treks & expedition arrange as per mountaineers wish and holiday schedule.

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Mt. Makalu Expedition (59 days)

Tour Description

1D

Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu, transfer to hotel, Overnight at Hotel.

Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu, transfer to hotel,  Overnight at Hotel.

2D

After breakfast, Mt.Makalu expedition briefing and officially arrangement. Overnight at Hotel.

After breakfast, Mt.Makalu expedition briefing and officially arrangement. Overnight at Hotel.

3D

After breakfast, shopping or renting climbing equipment and prepare Gear for Mt. Makalu expedition. with your climbing Guide Overnight at Hotel.

After breakfast, shopping or renting climbing equipment and prepare Gear  for Mt. Makalu expedition. with your climbing Guide Overnight at Hotel.

4D

fly to Tumlingtar. 30 minute flight then drive to num overnight tea house.

fly to Tumlingtar. 30 minute flight then drive to num overnight tea house.

5D

Trek to sedhuwa 5 to 6 hour Overnight in Tea House.

Trek to sedhuwa 5 to 6 hour  Overnight in Tea House.

6D

trek to Tashi Gaun 5 to 6 hour overnight tea house.

trek to Tashi Gaun  5 to 6 hour overnight tea house.

7D

Trek to khongma dada 6 to 7 hour over night teahouse or tent camp.

Trek to khongma dada  6 to 7 hour over night teahouse or tent camp.

8D

Trek to dobato 6 to 7 hour over night tea house or camp.

 Trek to dobato 6 to 7 hour over night tea house or camp.

9D

Trek to Angle kharka 6 to 7 hour overnight tea house or camp.

Trek to Angle kharka 6 to 7 hour overnight tea house or camp.

10D

Trek to jark kharka 5 to 6 hour over night tea house or camp.

Trek to jark kharka 5 to 6 hour over night tea house or camp.

11D

trek to sersong 5 to 6 hour over night camp.

trek to sersong 5 to 6 hour over night camp.

12D

Trek to makalu base camp 4 to 5 hour overnight camp.

Trek to makalu base camp 4 to 5 hour overnight camp.

13D

Rest Day makalu base camp per pear climbing gear overnight camp.

Rest Day makalu base camp per pear climbing gear overnight camp.

14D

treeing about climbing with your mountain Guide overnight camp.

treeing about climbing with your mountain Guide overnight camp.

15D

trek to high camp overnight camp.

 trek to high camp overnight camp.

16D

Day 16 to 48 Makalu climbing period summit.

Day 16 to 48 Makalu climbing period summit.

17D

Clean Base camp.

Clean Base camp.

18D

trek to yakkharka 5 to 6 hour overnight tea house or camp.

trek to yakkharka 5 to 6 hour overnight tea house or camp.

19D

trek to mumbuk 5 to 6 hour over night tea house or camp.

trek to  mumbuk 5 to 6 hour over night tea house or camp.

20D

Day 52: Trek to tashigaun 7 to 8 hour overnight Lodge.

Day 52: Trek to  tashigaun 7 to 8 hour overnight Lodge.

21D

Day 53: trek to Num 6 to 7 hour overnight Lodge.

Day 53: trek to Num  6 to 7 hour overnight Lodge.

22D

Day 54: Drive to Tumling tar overnight lodge.

Day 54: Drive to Tumling tar overnight lodge.

23D

Day 55: fly back Tumlingtar to kathmandu Transfer to hotel.

Day 55: fly back Tumlingtar to kathmandu Transfer to hotel.

24D

Day 56: Relax day kathmandu overnight same hotel.

Day 56: Relax day kathmandu overnight same hotel.

25D

Day 57: sightseeing kathmandu valley pashupatinath, Boudhanath, swombhunath and kathmandu dubar Square overnight hotel.

Day 57: sightseeing kathmandu valley pashupatinath, Boudhanath, swombhunath and kathmandu dubar Square overnight hotel.

26D

Day 58: free day today shopping evening farewell dinner Naphtali resturant overnight hotel.

Day 58: free day today shopping  evening farewell dinner Naphtali resturant overnight hotel.

27D

Day 59: Final Departure

Everest view Treks & Expedition's representative will drop to Kathmandu international airport for onward journeys.

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