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A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.

Discover Nepal in different way.




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Explore Nepal in Different way


  • Arrival and Departure: Pick-up and drop-off serviceAirport/Hotel/Airport Four-night stay in Kathmandu on a shared basis for lodging
  • One welcome supper with office staff was served in a tourist-friendly restaurant in Kathmandu.
  • Domestic Travel: Kathmandu to LuklaFlights to Kathmandu that include domestic travel
  • Airport Tax
  • Three fantastic meals are served every day while trekking and at Basecamp.
  • Cold & Hot Drinks: Access to hot water for drinking as needed
  • All necessary permits, as well as a National Park access permit.
  • Basecamp personnel: Cooks & Kitchen Assistants at Basecamp
  • Stool transfer and rubbish deposit fees in waste management
  • Porters: Carrying supplies to and from Basecamp.
  • satellite phone for emergencies
  • Member has 5 oxygen, but the Sherpa has just 3. Emergency supplies are kept in excess at the camps.
  • One set of masks each for the member and the sherpa.
  • Basecamp arrangements: sleeping tent, communal dining tent, kitchen tent,
  • Staff compensation and benefits: Daily wages, tools, food, clothing, and other items for all employees and porters.
  • medical and emergency rescue insurance Personal insurance
  • 70 kg each for members' bags
  • Liaison Officer: One government liaison with complete accommodations, salary, and equipment Setups for high camps: High Camp tents for members and high-altitude sherpas, necessary cooking tools, high-altitude cuisine, and gear
  • Sherpa Guide: single person pushing summit Note: The rotational guide ratio for acclimation will be 1:3.
  • Heater: Heater at Dining tent and other necessary camps
  • Solar panels for charging batteries and power in basecamp (lights)
  • Generator for emergency power
  • Weather forecasts
  • Warm farewell dinner with staff.
  • Flights to and from Kathmandu internationally.
  • Fees for Nepalese visas
  • Dinner & Lunch in Kathmandu
  • An additional night in Kathmandu Any additional night's lodging in Kathmandu for any cause, including an early arrival or late departure, an early return from the expedition (for any reason), or any deviation from the planned route.
  • Insurance: Travel and High-Altitude Insurance, Accident, Medical, and Evacuation in Case of Emergencies
  • Bonus advice for summit: Minimum of USD 1500 (required). Please review expected advice to give with the trip leader if you are unable to reach the peak.
  • Please figure out some tips for the Basecamp staff members and porters. Please ask the active guide looking after you for porter's suggestions. Basecamp staff advised spending at least $500.
  • The whole set of each member's own climbing equipment and attire anything else that is not included in the "Price

Tour Amenities

Accepts Credit Cards
Car Parking
Free Coupons
Laundry Service
Outdoor Seating
Smoking Allowed
Wireless Internet

Tour Plan

Arrive in Kathmandu Airport. Upon arrival meet, assist and transfer to hotel. Room check-in-assistance with welcome drinks is provided at lobby. In the afternoon experience the sights and sounds of Kathmandu followed by a trek briefing and equipment check and welcome dinner.
Overnight at hotel in Kathmandu.

Am: After breakfast, proceed for a sightseeing tour of Kathmandu City. In the meantime, we wrap up the last minute paperwork at the Ministry of Tourism and conduct briefing there!
Overnight at hotel.

Free day in Kathmandu for last minute preparations for the Everest Expedition.
Overnight at hotel.

After breakfast, check out from the hotel and proceed to the domestic airport to board flight to Lukla. Upon arrival at Lukla airport, meet the Sherpa team and proceed to the nearby hotel for a tea/coffee break and/or explore this small bustling hilltop town. After bags are properly packed into porter baskets, commence three hours trek to a beautiful lunch spot at Thado Koshi which offers excellent views of Mount Thamserku. After lunch descend to camp at Phakding (2652m).
Dinner and overnight camp at Phakding.

The trek starts gently passing through small rural villages and past a monastery. In the afternoon, through the Sagarmatha National Park to Jorsale. After crossing an interesting suspension bridge over the Dudh Koshi River, the steep climb to Namche Bazaar begins, enjoying the first views of Everest, Lhotse and Nuptse.
Dinner and overnight stay at Namche

As the name suggests, the bustling village has numerous shops selling items of every description! Rest, explore, or visit the National Park Visitors Centre. All meals are hygienically prepared and served by our own Sherpa team at the camp.
Stay overnight at Namche.

Following a brief uphill stretch, the path levels out for two hours, with dramatic views of the “big three”. Down through the rhododendron forest to the Imja Khola River for a lunch stop at Phunki next to several water-driven prayer wheels. The afternoon will be spent climbing slowly to the Thyangboche Monastery, one of the most beautiful spots on earth. It is the traditional place where Everest expeditions receive their blessings as they walk in towards base camp.
Stay overnight at Thyangboche.

The day starts with a steep muddy descent through mixed woodland to the meadows of Devouche, across the river’s suspension bridge and on to the village of Thyangboche. Trekking along a trail cut out along a sheer rock cliff, to the upper Pangboche village followed by a steep climb to Khumbu Khola into the windswept valley of Pheriche for the night.
Stay overnight at Pheriche.

A day to relax and acclimatise at this altitude before starting the ascent.
Stay overnight at Pheriche.

Along the Khumbu Glacier, through jumbled moraine and scattered rocks. A steep climb takes you out on a ridge, from where Mt Everest can be seen on a clear day looming behind Nuptse. The small community of Gorak Shep is a short way down the ridge. After lunch, an arduous climb to Kala Pattar (5545m) for the breathtaking views of the giants of the earth: Pumori, Everest, Changtse, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam and many others!
Stay overnight at Gorak Shep.

Early morning start Climb to Kala Patthar and backtrack. Early start is a must. Travel along the Khumbu Glacier through the jumbled moraines and scattered rocks. The climb to the Kala Pattar though tough is well worth it as the views from top are awe inspiring.

The Giants of the earth are all around you, Pumori (7145m), Everest, China’s peak Changtse (7553m), Nuptse (7855m), Lhotse (8516m) Ama Dablam and many other peaks. Later on descent down to Gorakshep for breakfast. Rest of the day is free for rest.
Stay overnight at Gorak Shep.

We arrive at Everest Base Camp on the jumbled moraine below the infamous Khumbu Icefall. There we spend some time acclimatizing. The next weeks are spent negotiating the Khumbu Icefall, entering the Western Cwm, and climbing to lofty Camp 3.

Our objective for the next 3 to 4 weeks is to establish and stock three camps above base camp and to acclimatize for the climb to the summit. We sleep at Camp 3 for a night or two before heading down to base camp to rest before our summit bid. With everybody fit and acclimatized, we head back to base camp. For the next 5 days rest is top priority. We visit with trekkers, eat, rest, eat, rest, and prepare for the summit bid.

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