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.
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