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Everest Expedition - South Face 2018 | Nepal Trek Adventures

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Mt. Everest is known as Sagarmatha in Nepal which is the highest peak in the world with the height of 8848m. It offers the most adventurous and dangerous trek in the world. Almost every person on this planet has the dream to stand on the top of the world. Mt. Everest was first ascent in 1953 by Sir Edmund Hillary and late Tenzing Norge Sherpa but it is still one of the most adventurous mountaineering in the world.

Every year around 10,000 people attempts to climb the Mt. Everest but only few of them gets success. Only those people will get success who have the high dedication and determination to reach the top. Physical fitness and experiences are the factors that will be helpful during Everest climbing.

Mt. Everest can be climbed from both northern side Tibet and southern side Nepal but Northern side is closed by China so, southern side is the only way to climb the Everest. These two routes leads to the two different base camps on Everest. All the climbers assemble here in these base camps before starting for acclimatization and ending time of their climbing. During this trek there can be many obstacles including harsh weather, altitude sickness, sheer exhaustion and avalanches. It would be better to carry your own internet or satellite phone and other modern equipment.

Trip Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu and stay in hotel

Day 2: Preparation for expedition sightseeing in Kathmandu and stay in hotel

Day 3: Briefing in ministry of tourism

Day 4: Fight Kathmandu – Lukla and trek to Phakding

Day 5: Trek Phakding – Namche Teahouse/ Guesthouse

Day 6: Rest day in Namche for acclimatization and explore

Day 7: Trek Namche – Tyangboch

Day 8: Trek Tyangboche – Pheriche

Day 9: Trek Pheriche – Lobuche

Day 10: Trek Lobuche – Everest Base Camp

Day 11 – 55: Climbing Everest

Day 56: Trek Everest Base Camp – Pheriche

Day 57: Trek Pheriche - Namche

Day 58: Trek Namche – Lukla

Day 59: Flight Lukla – Kathmandu

Day 60: Departure Day



Detail Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu and stay in hotel

There will be our representative in the airport who will take you to the hotel where you will be staying. You can visit the office of Nepal trek adventures for the information you need about Nepal and Mt. Everest. There will be a welcome dinner in the hotel which is offered by the company.

Day 2-3: Preparation for expedition sightseeing in Kathmandu and Briefing by ministry of tourism

In second and third day you will be guided to visit UNESCO world heritage sites in Kathmandu valley. You can finalize the necessary equipment that is required during the expedition. At the noon of third day the leader will check everyone’s equipment, as it will be hard to find the equipment on the way.

Day 4: Fight Kathmandu – Lukla and trek to Phakding

It is a 25 minute flight from Kathmandu to Lukla with the most beautiful views of landscapes and high mountain peaks. We will be meeting our camp staff and porters on the same day in Lukla. After all the preparations, we will start our trek to Phakding where we will be spenting the night at the lodge.

Day 5-6: Trek Phakding – Namche and a day rest in Namche

The trekking along the river banks of Dudh Koshi River which will add two suspension bridges on the way to Namche. For the acclimatization we will be staying at Namche Bazar and hike to Thame or other destinations. We can find cyber cafes, shops, restaurants and ATMs in Namche Bazar.

Day 7: Trek Namche – Tyangboch

On the way to Tyangboche we can witness the amazing views of the great peaks. Crossing the Dudhkoshi River and steep climb to the Tyangboche.

Day 8: Trek Tyangboche – Pheriche

Visit Tyangboche monastery and enjoy the amazing views .After breakfast, we had a blessing from Lama and start the short hike until lunch and trek up and up to 14,000 feet and down to the Pheriche and stay at a hotel.

Day 9: Trek Pheriche – Lobuche

After we start the trek we will stop for lunch in the way to Lobuche. After that we will be climbing the steep Glaciers for a couple of hours and we will reach to the Lobuche. We will be staying at tea house.

Day 10: Trek Lobuche – Everest Base Camp

We will be heading on the narrow tracks with the sign showing that we are heading in the right direction. Large rocks on the tracks makes this trek more challenging on the way to basecamp. Crossing these obstacles we will reach the base camp.

Day 11 – 55: Climbing Everest

Day 56: Returning from Everest Base Camp

After returning to base camp and packing all the expedition stores we will clean the base camp area.

Day 57-58: Back to Lukla

Trek back to Lukla via Tyangboche and Namche Bazar.

Day 59: Flight Lukla – Kathmandu

In this day Nepal treks adventure will offer you a farewell dinner. To thank the Sherpa for their friendship and support.

Day 60: Departure Day

  • Summit of 8848m (29,029 ft.) above sea level.
  • Physical fitness and experience required.
  • Obstacles such as altitude sickness, avalanches and harsh weather.
  •  Should carry internet phone and other required equipment.

Cost Includes

  • Peak fees
  • Liaison Officer
  • Base Camp manager
  • Sirdar
  • Cook crew
  • Climbing Sherpa(s)
  • Insurance for Base Camp and Sherpa crew
  • Oxygen as required (See Note 1).
  • SummitOxygen Oxygen mask
  • Regulator
  • Administration fee for our expedition agent in Nepal – we use one of the premiere expedition agencies in KTM. They have a proven track record of providing an excellent service, are able to provide full support throughout the expedition and have a tried and tested emergency call out procedure should the need arise
  • My fee for administration and planning prior to the expedition and technical support, guiding, instruction, planning and logistics during the expedition
  • 3 nights’ hotel accommodation in KTM
  • All group meals in KTM
  • KTM / Lukla / KTM return flight
  • KTM / Lukla / KTM departure tax
  • A mixture of Teahouses and tented accommodation for the 3 week trek in (Note 2)
  • All group feeding arrangements to and from Base Camp
  • A generous 50Kg baggage allowance KTM – Base Camp – KTM
  • Living arrangements during our stay at Base Camp on a full board basis (this includes 3 course meals, services of cook crew, full porter support to / from Base Camp, camping equipment, kitchen tent, dining tent, toilet tent, kitchen utensils etc)
  • Lots and lots of snacks and goodies that you won’t find at other camps (Note 3)
  • Personal spacious Base Camp tent with foam mattress
  • Shower facilities
  • Daily weather information
  • All food and fuel above Base Camp
  • Mountain tents
  • Pots, pans, cookers, stove boards etc above Base Camp
  • Group Mess tent at Camp 2 (with gas heater and electric lighting! There’s no need to be uncomfortable just because you’re at 6,400M)
  • Kitchen tent and cook at Camp 2
  • Walkie Talkie Radios for use on the mountain
  • Comprehensive 1st aid kit including antibiotics and medicines for use at altitude
  • Emergency oxygen available for use on the mountain.
  • Airport transfers in KTM

Cost Excludes

  • Cost excludes


  • International flight (approx £650 – £950. Please arrange a ticket that is flexible so that you can change the dates if you summit early and want to head back to the UK ahead of schedule. Alternatively I get a quota of tickets through the Travel Agent I have used for a number of years with a 30kg extra baggage allowance. These tickets will be available directly from the Travel Agent)
  • Nepalese 90 day multiple entry Visa (approx £75 / US$100)
  • Inoculation / vaccination costs
  • Travel and medical insurance – MUST be valid for Everest
  • Hire of any equipment for personal use
  • Tips for the staff (approx US$200 in to the kitty)
  • Climbing Sherpa Summit day bonus (US$1,000. Payable the moment you step foot above the South Col – even if you don’t summit)
  • Excess baggage charges
  • Drinks with meals in Kathmandu
  • Any drinks and/or food during the trek other than that which is provided by the crew (e.g. soft drinks, snacks, alcohol, etc etc)
  • Any teahouse and feeding costs if rest days are taken further down the valley
  • Spending money
  • Unscheduled Hotel / teahouse stays and restaurant meals (e.g. if delayed departing KTM or Lukla)
  • Any costs incurred if leaving the expedition early
  • Any costs incurred if the expedition ends early (e.g. bringing your international flight departure forward)
  • Any international freight charges in the event that your bags don’t arrive in Kathmandu from Lukla due to any delays prior to your departure from Nepal.

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Everest Expedition - South Face 2018

Mt. Everest is known as Sagarmatha in Nepal which ...