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Trip Duration 60 Days
Destination Nepal
Price US $ 35000
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Trip Highlights

  • No charge on credit card booking
  • Sightseeing around Kathmandu Valley in UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • Scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and from Lukla to Kathmandu
  • Summit the highest peak of the world, Mount Everest (8,848 meters)
  • Best company's and Sherpa guidance while climbing
  • A safe and secure online booking system
  • No trip cancellation charge
  • Mountain panorama including Mount Everest, Machhapuchhre, Gauri Shankar, Changtse, Cholatse, Nuptse, Lhotse, and many more
  • Namche Bazaar
  • Lukla Airport
  • Tengboche Monastery
  • Khumbu Icefall and Khumbu Glacier
  • Explore Sherpa culture, tradition, and lifestyle
  • Other names of Mount Everest: Third Pole, Peak IV, Sagarmatha (Nepali Name), and Qomolangma (Chinese Name)
  • Best Time: March, April, May, September, October, and November

Simply climbing a wall is a difficult and scary task itself, so we can assume how difficult it is the level to stand as close to the sun by the summiting highest peak of the world, Mount Everest (8848 M). The dream to reach the summit by expedition has become the most challengeable activity. Many people from around the world climb Everest achieving a new goal or mission also for scripting their name with golden writings in the historical record in a book. You always want to become a role model and set a good example for others, it is one of the best and great opportunities to be the one. Mount Everest is known as Sagarmatha in Nepal which is the highest peak in the world with a 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. Mount Everest was the 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 attempt to climb the Mt. Everest but only a few of them get success. Only those people will get success who have high dedication and determination to reach the top. Physical fitness and experiences are the factors that will be helpful during Everest climbing.

Fitness can be boosted with endurance training and meditation. Taking part in hiking, cycling, yoga and regular fitness exercises are also key to achieving it. Pre-trekking descriptions and motivation sessions will also aid in supporting overall well-being.

Mount Everest is the English name of this highest mountain of the world (baptized after Sir George Everest), and hence is known as “Chomolungma” in the Tibetan language, and “Sagarmatha” in Nepal language. Chomolungma means “Mother of the Universe”. Likewise, Sagarmatha is comprised of two words “Sagar” and “Matha”, which means “Forehead of the Sky”. It shows that expediting Mount Everest takes one closer to the sky and the universe.

Mount Everest Expedition is the greatest opportunity of reaching the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest. Stepping there on the peak of the world and waving flags with proud is the cherry on top for all kinds of trekkers in the world. Mount Everest (8,848 meters) can be expedited from both Nepal (South Side) and Tibet (North Side). It takes 60 days to reach Everest crest from Kathmandu within the Nepal side, and around 54 days to reach Mount Everest Top from Kathmandu within the Tibet side.

Everest Summit from Nepal and Tibet Side

Mt. Everest can be climbed from both northern side Tibet and southern side Nepal but the Northern side is closed by China so, the southern side is the only way to climb Everest. These two routes lead 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.

Mount Everest Expedition from Nepal Route

Kathmandu -> Phakding -> Namche Bazaar -> Tyangboche -> Pheriche -> Lobuche -> Everest Base Camp -> Mount Everest -> Base Camp -> Dingboche -> Namche Bazaar -> Lukla -> Kathmandu

Mount Everest Expedition from Tibet Route

Kathmandu -> Pangla School -> Listi -> Bagam -> Maneguldung -> Lake Bhairav Kunda -> Geyul Kharka -> Dongbuk Kharka -> Zom Zom -> Tashitang -> Larcha Bridge -> Zhangmu -> Nyalam -> Thingri -> Everest Base Camp -> Everest Summit -> Base Camp -> Nyalam -> Kathmandu

Essential things to know before you climb the Mount Everest

Take knowledge about possible health problems that may occur during the expedition. The major problem that may occur is altitude sickness.

1. Fitness Training

Fitness training is the most while trekking to the Everest. Approximately, 3 months of intensive fitness training and hitting the gym 5 to 6 times a week for cardio and resistance classes will build up your lung capacity and increase strength in your legs. The heaps of squats, lunges, and stair climbing or hiking once a week will also assist a lot for your physical motivation. It will assist in making you both physically and mentally active so that you will be able to understand and act on any climate, environment and occurring situations effectively. All these will automatically decrease the chance of fear and risks that occur during the trek

2. Hydration 

75% of our body is made up of water and only 25% is made with other elements. It plays a vital role in our lives for making it a long-term run. Similarly, water is a divine element of the trek. You should focus on drinking 3 to 4 liters of water and must drink it as much as possible. It will make more sweat flow away, which will also assist in coping with different problems like AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness), altitude headaches, etc. It will also help in maintaining the sugar level in the body.

3. Climbing Gears - Clothes and Shoes  

No matter what the season is, whether it is winter or summer, it will always be cold on the mountain site. So, it is mandatory to carry warm clothes (like thermals) and other waterproof clothes (including socks) to make your body safe and comfortable.  Right shoes should be chosen because the walking is done for up to 10 hours a day and the wrong choice will damage your legs. The typical recommendation is proper, waterproof and one size bigger hiking boots which should be started wearing 6 months before going there. Being sun smart by carrying decent sunglasses, hats and buffs will add more to your trek.

4. Environment and Food during the Everest Expedition

The environment around is so much adorable and the people are much more obliging and cheerful who will make both your time and trek satisfying and worthy. So, gratitude should be taken as a major attitude. The vegetarian food is recommended during the trek, as there is a chance of being ill eating meat items (as they are likely to have been left unrefrigerated for days). The items like vegetarian momos (Nepalese Dumplings), Dal baht and fried Mars bars are the mains that provide countless help during the climb. The sugar/energy level also may go down, so lots of snacks like nuts, chocolates, chips, muesli bars should be packed, eating which keep your energy and spirit up.

5. Taking the risk and Rush 

The much-conserved type of people should avoid that trek because they are likely to be demotivated in the context of taking the risk. So, taking a risk should be done in order to enjoy the beauty of nature and Himalayas. Rush during the trek can be hazardous i.e. the time should be utilized and managed properly so that all the activities would be done in a fixed period of time.

6. The Habit of taking Knowledge

It is very important to take information as much as possible before we go somewhere, which is to be done in the same way before climbing the summit. We can read different blogs, reviews, and other articles. The back to back meetings with the climbers will also help you know about the place in the more detailed form. Taking advice from them about what to do and what not to do will also be beneficial.

7. Previous Climbing Experience Needed

Experience is earned by the trial and practice. So, for trekking, it is likely to have some of the experiences which will lead towards the bright and joyous trek. For this, the trekking experience is demanded a lot as it will be very difficult to trek directly to the Everest summit. Some of the recommended treks are Annapurna Circuit Trek, Manaslu Circuit Trek, Everest Base Camp Trek, and Gokyo Valley Trekking. The people with short hiking and trekking experience and habit can also take some of the fitness training and join the expedition of reaching high on the top and gain a lifetime experience.

8. Full Cost and Everest Expedition Itinerary

All details about costs and full itineraries should be studied properly. The blunder like cutting off the days from itineraries should not be done because it is likely to generate a problem during the trek, which might harshly affect the health condition as well. In the end, staying at home won’t show you the world. You have to come out of your comfort zone to see the unexpected and glorifying beauty along with mesmerizing services and hospitality. So, let’s explore the beauty of Nepal with Nepal Trek Adventure & Expedition and be the part of the pleasing and comfortable trek to Everest.

What is the height of Mount Everest?

The height of Mount Everest is 8,848 meters (29,029 feet).

What is the height of Mount Everest Base Camp?

The height of Mount Everest Base Camp is 5,364 meters (17,598 feet).

Which will be great, Mount Everest Expedition from Northside or Southside?

For Mount Everest Expedition, we take the south route i.e. from Nepal side. This journey costumes more for those who have experience of climbing the mountains/peaks more than or equivalent to 7,000 meters. The actual summit expedition starts from the base camp (5,364 meters), to reach which it will take around 10 days. From there, we move towards Camp I (6,065 meters) where we will observe Khumbu Glacier. Around 450 meters away with a gradual slope from Camp I, we reach Camp II (6,500 meters). Again with 610 meters walk, we reach Camp III (7,200 meters) Camp III is situated at the top of Lhotse. This point onward, there will be a need for oxygen cylinders. Moving further, we will reach Camp IV (7,910 meters), crossing 8,000 meters. This spot is also identified as the Death Zone.

How can we prepare for Mount Everest Expedition?

You should perform the following activities in order to become trekking-perfect for Mount Everest.

  • Apply in mountaineering institutes and clear your training courses with excellent remarks
  • Prepare hard and get involved in hikes, wall climbing, physical boosting and training, rock climbing, and knot practices
  • Improve the weak points, never give up and don’t show over-confidence about your strength and stability
  • Acquire cameras for photos and videos
  • Estimate the costs and pick trekking company wisely for all the summiting procedure
  • Reserve seat for journey, keep calm and move with no rush

Can we summit Mount Everest with a helicopter?

Well, no. It is not allowed to take a helicopter to such a massive height of 8,848 meters (29,029 feet). But you can have helicopter ride till base camp and have a panoramic view of the Everest. This venture is not permissible because of the need for proper acclimatization needed for this journey in lower altitudes.

What is the best time for Mount Everest Expedition?

Nepal encompasses four major seasons. They are autumn, winter, spring, and summer.

Autumn Season: September, October, and November: In this season, the sun remains brighter, the sky remains clearer, and the views occur pristinely. It is the best time for Mount Everest Expedition.

Winter Season: December, January, and February: In this season, these will be heavy rainfall and the weather remains colder. It is not much recommended time for Mount Everest Expedition.

Spring Season: March, April, and May: In this season, the climate remains warmer but the frequent snowfalls and storms may occur at higher altitudes. But that does not hold substantial tribulations. It is the second-best time for Mount Everest Expedition.

Monsoon (summer) Season: June, July, and August: In this season, there will be heavy storms and monsoon rainfall. This is not much favorable time for Mount Everest Trekking, as the path remains slippery and constructive for unlike bugs.

What are the permits needed for Mount Everest Expedition?

Mount Everest can be expedited from both the Nepal side and Tibet side. For expediting the world's highest peak, the following permits are needed.

  • Mount Everest Expedition from Nepal: TIMS card (Trekkers' Information Management System) and Sagarmatha National Park Permit (SNPP)
  • Mount Everest Expedition from Tibet: Tibet Travel Permit, Aliens' Travel Permit, and Frontier Pass

How hard is Mount Everest Climbing?

Climbing the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest is unlike climbing the simple staircases. The experience can range from tough to toughest. Amid expedition, one can experience freezing cold, numbness of feet and hands, frozen icefalls and waterfalls, altitude sickness, ear problems, hunger, sleep deficiency, eyes’ swelling, and blindness, slippery pathway, avalanches and rocks strolling over oneself, ice-flood, vast weather, and so on. Undergoing all these difficulties will of course style Mount Everest Expedition harder.

How much does it cost to climb Mount Everest?

Expeditors can climb Mount Everest from both Tibet and Nepal side. Hence the cost remains dissimilar.

  • Mount Everest Expedition from the north side (Tibet): USD 40,000
  • Mount Everest Expedition from the south side (Nepal): USD 48,000

What should be the group size for Mount Everest Expedition?

The group of around 13 to 15 individuals is suggested for Mount Everest Expedition, at a time. Group joining an expedition or private expedition can be done. Group size may be lesser, but it is not recommended to have more members. It is to ensure the security and better experience of the trekkers.

Mount Everest Expedition in Nepal via Kathmandu from Nepal side is the longer time spanned trekking journey. It delivers the most pristine outlooks of mountains like Mount Everest itself, including Lhotse, Cholatse, Machhapuchhre, Gauri Shankar, Changtse, Nuptse, etc., monasteries, glaciers, icefall and lakes, hot springs and cascades, Kathmandu and Lukla Airport, local markets and cultural blends with ancient and unique Sherpa lifestyle.

Nepal Trek Adventure & Expedition symbols this magnificent opportunity to summit the highest peak of the world, Mount Everest in a very grandiose manner. This offer is provided with reasonable prices and suitable cost inclusions according to it. Our Everest Expedition bundle is of 60 days (around 2 months). In this time frame, you will wander visualizing a different mountain peaks, mountain ranges, greenery hills, Himalayan exotic flora, and fauna, local settlements, their culture and lifestyle, food and dishes, and so on.

Hence, unite with NTA Team and summit the highest peak of the world, Mount Everest, in the most profound and prolific approach.

Outline Day to Day Itinerary:

  • Day 01:Arrival in Kathmandu and Stay in Hotel
  • Day 02:Preparation for Expedition or Sightseeing in Kathmandu and Stay in Hotel
  • Day 03:Briefing in Ministry of Tourism
  • Day 04:Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and Trek to Phakding
  • Day 05:Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar
  • Day 06:Rest day in Namche for Acclimatization and Explore
  • Day 07:Trek from Namche Bazaar to Tengboche
  • Day 08:Trek from Tengboche to Pheriche
  • Day 09:Trek from Pheriche to Lobuche
  • Day 10:Trek from Lobuche to Everest Base Camp
  • Day 11:Climbing Mount Everest
  • Day 56:Trek Everest Base Camp to Dingboche
  • Day 57:Trek from Dingboche to Namche Bazaar
  • Day 58:Trek Namche to Lukla
  • Day 59:Flight Lukla to Kathmandu
  • Day 60:Departure Day

Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01:Arrival in Kathmandu and Stay in Hotel Today you arrive in Kathmandu. Our company representative will come to receive you and they will transfer you to your hotel. According to the time of your arrival in Kathmandu, and your desire, you will be supported to roam around some local markets and fairs.

    Altitude: 1,400 meters
    Accommodation: 3-star hotel
    No. of hotels: 100+
    Major attractions of the day: the city drive from the airport to the hotel, roam around local markets
    Stay overnight at a 3-star hotel in Kathmandu.
  • Day 02:Preparation for Expedition or Sightseeing in Kathmandu and Stay in Hotel Today, you prepare for your summit expedition. For this, our company representatives will meet you; and aid you in understanding the expedition and its route. This orientation will be provided to you, meeting you in your own hotel. Backpacks will be managed. We will provide options for guides; among whom you can choose. You can have a talk with them, and whoever you like, you can get in a close encounter with them.
    As part of Kathmandu sightseeing, you can roam around places like Pashupatinath Temple, Swoyambhunath Mahachaitya, Boudhanath Stupa, and Basantapur Durbar Square (Kathmandu Durbar Square). For one day, these places are enough to wander around. All these places are the World Heritage Site enlisted by UNESCO, because of their cultural and historic subsequences. Apart from these, you can choose other different destinations of your own choice.

    Altitude: 1,400 meters
    Accommodation: 3-star hotel
    No. of Hotels: 100+
    Major attractions of the day: Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Swoyambhunath Mahachaitya, and Basantapur Durbar Square
    Stay overnight at a 3-star hotel in Kathmandu.
  • Day 03:Briefing in Ministry of Tourism Mount Everest Summiting is the biggest and largest expediting areas' observance. Hence, it is essential to have a briefing at the Ministry of Tourism.
  • Day 04:Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and Trek to Phakding Today is the first day of our actual journey towards the Everest summit. This day, we move from Kathmandu to Lukla viewing the numerous mountain peaks and ranges, hills, airports (Tribhuvan International Airport and Lukla Airport), cascades and spring, stone-paved steps, forest trails, side-flowing rivers, tasty local and western food and delicacies, a local inhabitant and their cultures, traditions and lifestyle, and so on.

    Flight time: 25 to 30 minutes
    Walking Time: 2 to 3 hours
    Minimum Altitude: 1,400 meters (Kathmandu)
    Maximum Altitude: 2,610 meters (Phakding)
    Difficulty Level: Easy
    Accommodation: Lodges
    No. of lodges: 25+
    Mountains Viewed: Mount Gongla (5,813 meters), Nupla (5,885 meters), Mount Kusum Kanguru (6,367 meters), and Mount Karyolung (6,511 meters)
    Major Attractions of the day: Tribhuvan International Airport (Kathmandu Airport), Tenzin Hillary Airport (Lukla Airport), Lukla to Phakding trail, Phakding village, small cascades, prayer hills, stupas, gompas, and monasteries
    Stay overnight at lodge in Phakding.
  • Day 05:Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar Today, after the early morning breakfast and light breakfast, we move from Phakding to Namche Bazaar. Strolling up and down hills towards the oak, pine, and rhododendron forest, will lead firstly towards Monjo and then to Namche Bazaar. Monjo is the gateway to the Sagarmatha National Park. Uphill just away from Monjo, we will find the first best view of Mount Everest, hidden beside Lhotse, Nuptse, and Kusum Kanguru.

    Walking Time: 6 to 7 hours
    Maximum Altitude: 3,440 meters (Namche Bazaar)
    Minimum Altitude: 2,610 meters (Phakding)
    Difficulty Level: Moderate
    Accommodation: Lodge or hotel
    No. of lodges: 35+
    Mountains Viewed: Kabsila (5,583 meters), Khumbila (5,761 meters), Nupla (5,885 meters), Shar (6,093 meters), Kusum Kanguru (6,367 meters), Tobuche (6,501 meters), Thamserku (6,608 meters), Ama Dablam (6,814 meters), Tengi Ragi Tau (6,983 meters), Nuptse (7,861 meters), Lhotse Shar (8,393 meters), Lhotse (8,516 meters), Mount Everest (8,848 meters)
    Major Attractions of the day: Sagarmatha National Park Gate at Monjo, Tenzin Hillary Bridge, Namche Bazaar, Namche Monastery, Sherpa Cultural Museum, and Sagarmatha National Park Museum
    Stay overnight at a tea house in Namche Bazaar.
  • Day 06:Rest day in Namche for Acclimatization and Explore Today is the first acclimatization day of this Mount Everest Expedition. This day we can either rest a whole day on a hotel or explore around the beautiful panoramic choices such as Khumjung, Khunde, Khongde enabling the mesmerizing vista of various mountains including Mount Everest. Likewise, Namche Bazaar exploration comprises the arena such as eateries, bread kitchens, bistros, shops, dental center, clinic, and government wellbeing post, water supplies, internet access center, mail station, Sagarmatha National Park Head Office, cloisters, and so on. Stay overnight at the hotel in Namche Bazaar.

    Walking Time: 3 to 4 hours
    Altitude: 3,440 meters
    Accommodation: Hotel or lodge
    No. of hotels/lodges: 35+
    Difficulty Level: Easy
    Mountains Viewed: Kabsila (5,583 meters), Khumbila (5,761 meters), Nupla (5,885 meters), Shar (6,093 meters), Kusum Kanguru (6,367 meters), Tobuche (6,501 meters), Thamserku (6,608 meters), Ama Dablam (6,814 meters), Tengi Ragi Tau (6,983 meters), Nuptse (7,861 meters), Lhotse Shar (8,393 meters), Lhotse (8,516 meters), and Mount Everest (8,848 meters)
    Major Attractions of the day: Namche Bazaar local market, Syangboche Airport, and Hotel Everest View
  • Day 07:Trek from Namche Bazaar to Tengboche This day, after having an early breakfast, we move from Namche Bazaar to Tengboche. Following the pathway of edges of Dudh Koshi River, we stroll towards the height of 3,250 meters circling birch and rhododendron forest with faunal attractions like Himalayan Thar, spotted deer, peacock, Danphe (Lophophorus – the National bird of Nepal). In the midst, we cross the destinations like Phunki Thenga, Imja Khola Valley, Sanasa, and finally to Tengboche, with the regular ascends and descends. Stay overnight at the teahouse in Tengboche.

    Walking Time: 5 to 6 hours
    Maximum Altitude: 3,860 meters (Tengboche)
    Minimum Altitude: 3,440 meters (Namche Bazaar)
    Accommodation: teahouse/lodge
    No. of lodges: 5+
    Difficulty Level: Moderate
    Mountains Viewed: Kabsila (5,583 meters), Khumbila (5,761 meters), Nupla (5,885 meters), Shar (6,093 meters), Kusum Kanguru (6,367 meters), Tobuche (6,501 meters), Thamserku (6,608 meters), Kangtewa (6,685 meters), Ama Dablam (6,814 meters), Tengi Ragi Tau (6,983 meters), Nuptse (7,861 meters), Lhotse Shar (8,393 meters), Lhotse (8,516 meters), and Mount Everest (8,848 meters)
    Major Attractions of the day: Sagarmatha National Park Head Office, Tengboche Monastery, and Thame – an old and unique Sherpa Village
  • Day 08:Trek from Tengboche to Pheriche This day, we stroll upward the rhododendron and pine forest, pass by the Imja Khola (River), and ascend steadily towards the village of Pangboche (3,985 meters). To reach Pangboche, it will take around 3 hours. This village is located just opposite to the massif mountain Ama Dablam (6,814 meters). Further, move steadily from Pangboche towards Pheriche for about 4 hours. Stay overnight at lodges in Pheriche.

    Walking Time: 6 to 7 hours
    Minimum Altitude: 3,985 meters (Pangboche)
    Maximum Altitude: 4,371 meters (Pheriche)
    Accommodation: lodges
    No. of lodges: 30+
    Mountains Viewed: Ama Dablam (6,814 meters), Mount Everest (8,848 meters)
    Major Attractions of the day: Gompa, shrines, Mani Walls, Mani Stones (carved with Tibetan Buddhist Chant – Om Mani Padme Hum), pine and rhododendron forest, Imja Khola, grassy paddocks, yak and donkey flock and shed, Tengboche Village, Pangboche Village,
  • Day 09:Trek from Pheriche to Lobuche We proceed up the wide valley underneath the noteworthy pinnacles of Cholatse and Tawache on the left. We at that point turn right and take a lofty move towards the foot of the Khumbu Glacier. The trail crisscrosses up through the rocks of the ice sheet's terminal moraine. At the highest point of this move, there are many stone cairns, worked as remembrances to the numerous Sherpas and mountain climbers who have kicked the bucket, while climbing Mt Everest. The way at that point climbs tenderly along with the ice sheet, to in the long run arrive at the group of houses at Lobuche. Stay overnight at lodge in Lobuche.

    Walking Time: 5 to 6 hours
    Maximum Altitude: 4,940 meters (Lobuche)
    Minimum Altitude: 4,371 meters (Pheriche)
    Accommodation: lodges
    No. of lodges: 5
    Mountains Viewed: Khumbutse (5,849 meters), Cholatse (6,440 meters), Taboche (6,501 meters), Thamserku (6,608 meters), Kangtega (6,782 meters), Mount Pumori (7,138 meters), Lobuche Peak (6,119 meters)
    Major Attractions of the day: Khumbu Glacier, Cluster of houses, Stone Cairns – for the memorial of lost Sherpa and Everest climbers, and Chola Lake
  • Day 10:Trek from Lobuche to Everest Base Camp Today is the day; we reach the base camp of the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest Base Camp. We walk up and down through the snowcapped landscape circling the oak and pine woods, small clusters of Sherpa settlement, tea houses and lodges, and glaciers. High crests are also observed from the trail. Stay overnight in a tented camp at Everest Base Camp. Likewise, we have dinner and prepare further for the upcoming Everest expedition days.

    Walking Time: 4 to 5 hours
    Maximum Altitude: 5,380 meters (Everest Base Camp)
    Minimum Altitude: 4,940 meters (Lobuche)
    Difficulty Level: Moderate
    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Mountains Viewed: Khumbutse (6,665 meters), Lingtren (6,749 meters), Chumbu (6,859 meters), Pumori (7,138 meters), Changtse (7,543 meters), Nuptse (7,861 meters), and Mount Everest (8,848 meters)
    Major Attractions of the day: Mount Everest, Chagri Glacier, and Khumbu Glacier
  • Day 11:Climbing Mount Everest Today onwards, for upcoming days, we expedite towards Mount Everest Summit (8,848 meters). We have an estimation of 44 days to spend reaching the top of the Mount Everest, and reaching back to the Base Camp (5,380 meters). Acquired days can fluctuate which may lead towards delay of the summiting too. In the midst, we cross Camp I (6,065 meters), Camp II (6,500 meters), and Camp III (7,200 meters). Camp II is located 450 meters away from Camp I and Camp III is located 610 meters away from Camp II, at the top of Lhotse. Walking onward Camp III, there remains the need for an oxygen cylinder to reach Camp IV (7,910 meters) and further to the top. Camp IV is also known as the DEATH ZONE. Spend nights at tented camps.

    Walking Time: 5 to 12 hours
    Maximum height: 8,848 meters (Mount Everest)
    Minimum Height: 5,380 meters (Mount Everest Base Camp)
    Accommodation: Tented camps
    Difficulty Level: Moderate to High
  • Day 56:Trek Everest Base Camp to Dingboche Impending back from the Mount Everest Summit, today we head from Base Camp to Dingboche. Today is the walking day with more descends and less ascends. Crossing the pathway of rhododendron and alpine trees and certain woodlands, we reach the Base Camp from Dingboche. The pathway remains rugged and slippery because of snow and slimy leaves. So, we need to be careful about that. Spend the night at a lodge in Dingboche.

    Walking Time: 10 to 12 hours
    Maximum Altitude: 5,380 meters (Everest Base Camp)
    Minimum Altitude: 4,410 meters (Dingboche)
    Accommodation: lodge
    No. of lodges: 5
    Mountains Viewed: Mount Everest (8,848 meters), Pumori (7,138 meters), Ama Dablam (6,814 meters), Imja Tse (6,160 meters), Lobuche Peak (6,119 meters), and Tawache
    Major Attractions of the day: Island Peak River, yak grazing and marching, Internet Café (utilizing satellite technologies)
  • Day 57:Trek from Dingboche to Namche Bazaar Today, we walk down to Namche Bazaar from Dingboche with certain up and down hills for about 8 to 10 hours. We begin our trekking expedition early in the morning, to cover the higher difficulties earlier, and to prevent trekking in harsh sunlight. We leave the height of 3,440 meters and incline towards 4,410 meters. While descending, the background changes melodramatically with parting unfertile, rare land of rocks and glooms of grey to a kindlier atmosphere of herbs, shrubs, and trees. The aroma of juniper and rhododendron saplings also develop pleasant essence for the trail. Spend overnight at lodge in Namche Bazaar.

    Walking Time: 8 to 10 hours
    Maximum Altitude: 4,410 meters (Dingboche)
    Minimum Altitude: 3,440 meters (Namche Bazaar)
    Accommodation: Lodge or hotel
    No. of lodges: 35+
    Mountains Viewed: Kabsila (5,583 meters), Khumbila (5,761 meters), Nupla (5,885 meters), Shar (6,093 meters), Kusum Kanguru (6,367 meters), Tobuche (6,501 meters), Thamserku (6,608 meters), Ama Dablam (6,814 meters),Tengi Ragi Tau (6,983 meters), Nuptse (7,861 meters), Lhotse Shar (8,393 meters), Lhotse (8,516 meters), and Mount Everest (8,848 meters)
    Major Attractions of the day: Namche Bazaar local market, dry and rugged trails, old Sherpa village, cluster of houses and hotels
  • Day 58:Trek Namche to Lukla Today, the trail goes down towards Lukla covering the distance of 13.5 kilometers from elevation ranging from 3,440 meters (Namche Bazaar) to 2,860 meters (Lukla). This day trekking trail pursues a sandy way with the energetic walk. The trail is encumbered with a beautiful standpoint on the environment and some mountainous positions. Likewise, we ultimately pass the villages like Chumoa, Benkar, Phakding, and Chuthawa succeeding in the Dudh Koshi River Valley. After reaching Lukla, we explore Lukla Bazaar and shop neighborhood possessions there. Stay overnight at lodges or tea houses at Lukla.

    Walking Time: 6 to 8 hours
    Maximum Altitude: 3,440 meters (Namche Bazaar)
    Minimum Altitude: 2,860 meters (Lukla)
    Difficulty level: Easy
    Accommodation: lodges or teahouses
    No. of lodges: 25+
    Mountains Viewed: Lhotse (8,516 meters), Ama Dablam (6,814 meters), Nuptse (7,861 meters), Thamserku (6,608 meters), Kangtega (6,782 meters), Kongde (6,187 meters), and Mount Everest (8,848 meters)
    Major Attractions of the day: Pasang Lhamu Memorial Gate, Dudh Koshi River, Namche Bazaar, and Lukla Bazaar
  • Day 59:Flight Lukla to Kathmandu Today is our last day in Mount Everest Region. After breakfast in Lukla hotel, we take a short scenic flight from Lukla to Kathmandu. After reaching Kathmandu, the company’s representatives will transfer you from the airport to your respective hotel.

    Walking Time: NIL
    Flight Time: 25 to 30 minutes
    Maximum Altitude: 2, 860 meters
    Minimum Altitude: 1,400 meters
    Difficulty level: Easy
    Accommodation: 3-star hotel
    No. of hotels: 100+
    Mountains Viewed: Nupla (5,885 meters), Langtang Himal (7, 245 meters), Jugal Himal (3,600 meters), Gaurisankar (7,134 meters), Menlumtse, and Mount Everest (8,848 meters)
    Major Attractions of the day: Lukla Airport (Tenzin Hillary Airport), Kathmandu Airport (Tribhuvan International Airport), rhododendron and pine forest, hilly tropical landscape, and the city territory
  • Day 60:Departure Day Today is your last day in Nepal. We will transfer you to Tribhuvan International Airport and you board apart to your native country with a final goodbye from Nepal.

Cost Includes

  • Airport pickup and drop off
  • Kathmandu to Lukla and Lukla to Kathmandu Flight Fare
  • Kathmandu sightseeing (as mentioned in itinerary)
  • Accommodation in Kathmandu and during the expedition
  • High-quality tents for camping
  • Full-board meal during trek
  • All permits, National park fees, and garbage deposit fees
  • Well-experienced and linguistic guides and porters
  • Oxygen equipment for medical use (7 bottles per team)
  • Mask regulator
  • Portable hyperbaric chamber (Gamow bag)
  • Well-equipped medical kit to counter any kinds of mountain problems and injuries
  • Orientation about expedition
  • Farewell dinner at the end of the journey in Kathmandu

Cost Excludes

  • International airfare
  • Nepal Entry VISA Fee
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Personal expenses like shopping, laundry, and alcoholic beverages, mineral water bottle, snacks, soft drinks, etc.
  • Travel/medical insurance
  • Tips and gratitude to guides, porters, and drivers
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  • Mount Everest Expedition with NTA
    Belarus

    Mount Everest Expedition with NTA

    Rating:

    ‘Summiting the highest mountain in the world’, this sentence itself is filled with a lot of proud and satisfaction. Truly, the experiment was way beyond imagination. Taking over the company we chose, Nepal Trek Adventure was the one, with amazing members running it. Their years of experience in trekking, expedition, and tour was the key to our successful venture. Everything organized was perfect. No complaints about those, and of course no regrets about choosing this agency. Coming to the trail, stroll-over, rope-walks, and camping accommodation, all were new to me but were good to cherish about, for the rest of my life. I had done some training preliminarily, which supported a lot. Yeah, remembering the difficult part, when we crossed the camp II, my problem started. First, my feet slipped and got a minor twist. Guide Shiva solved it all but was paining for some time. Second, that small ice-fall which freaked me out. Ugh! I was like returning back to base camp. Despite all, the expedition went on. I will never forget that dreadful descends, and of course those rope and carabineer walk, and snow-march. Most obliged to NTA and guide Shiva for such a great time with us in such a Himalayan landscape.

  • Amazing lifetime experience on Mount Everest
    Colombia

    Amazing lifetime experience on Mount Everest

    Rating:

    The greatest 60 days of my existence in the journey towards the highest mountain in the world is the best experience. I was with the best clutch and the best trekking trail and destination on the planet. I had an excellent involvement in Nepal Trek Adventure & Expedition Team. Their administrations were so quick and dependable. I at long last found a reliable organization in Nepal whom I can depend on for any visit in the country. In a truly sensible value, NTA gave extraordinary help with no issues. The trek was so testing and fulfilling that I previously prescribe this to the entirety of my companions and I additionally suggest Nepal Trek Adventures for their solace. The excellent ways loaded up with the perspectives around us were encompassed by the high heaps and greenery of Nepal. Although it was tough enough, we could experience anything to have such an astonishing encounter. Everything went perfect and cheers to Nepal Trek.

Accommodation During Mount Everest Expedition

During this trekking, the accommodation will be provided in 3-star hotels in Kathmandu. And thru expedition, accommodation will be offered in tea houses, lodges, and camping.

Food During Mount Everest Expedition

During Mount Everest Expedition, different Nepali and Tibetan food is available. Some are Dal Bhat (Rice and lentils), noodles, potatoes, soup, pancakes, eggs, pasta, Tibetan bread, porridge, cereal, tea, yak steaks, cheese and cheese sauces, garlic soup, roti, naan, Dumplings (momo), and so on. These dishes are offered with energy-giving nutritious liberals such as garlic, ginger, spinach, and chili.

Group: For Mount Everest Expedition, it is recommended to have a smaller group as far as possible. The requirement specifies a minimum of 2 people and a maximum of 8 people. For this trekking journey, minimum group member leads to greater experience. It is best for you to manage your own group with people of similar ideology, or you can also consult with a trekking company to manage a team and the whole journey. Well-experienced, linguistic, and cherishing guides and porters will be provided to you to aid you to procure as much information as you desire.

List of Equipment to bring for Everest Expedition

Climbing Gears: Ice ax, accessory cord or pre-cut prusik, crampons, carabineer system, climbing harness, trekking poles, ascender, belay device

Hand Wear: Lightweight linear gloves, soft-shell gloves, insulated shell gloves, expedition mittens

Foot Wear: Insulated camp boot, high-altitude all-in-one boot, wool or synthetic socks, liner socks, light hiking boots or trekking shoes

Head Wear: Sunhat, Buff, climbing helmet, balaclava system, face mask, nose guard, wool/synthetic ski hat, headlight, ski goggles, glacier glasses

Clothing: Down Suit, base layers (both top and bottom), mid-layers (both top and bottom), hard-shell pants and jackets, trekking (and soft-shell) pants and jackets, insulated synthetic hooded jacket, and pants, insulated down Parka, Expedition down parka and pants

Personal Equipment: Inflatable sleeping bag, 40F down sleeping bag, -20F down sleeping bag, small pack, 55-liter climbing pack, water bottle, pee bottle, mug, foam pad, bowl, spoon, knife, camera, thermos, large duffel bag, trash compactor bag, water purification tools, toiletry bag, sunscreen and lip balm (cream), hand and feet warmer, personal first aid kit, food (light snacks), base camp comforts (like music, board games, cards, etc.), prescriptions and medication

Tips for Mount Everest Expedition

  • Carry appropriate trekking gears
  • Carry light snacks (like muesli, chocolates, chips, nuts, etc.) with you to balance energy/sugar level in the body
  • Stay hydrated i.e. drink lots of water to boost metabolism
  • Have some physical fitness training to boast modest ascends and descends
  • Do not rush, hence, be calm during the trek
  • Follow the footstep of guides to discern more about the place
  • Follow trekking rules and regulations for a successful trek
  • Avoid drinking alcoholic beverages as much as possible but for some alcohol habitual trekkers, couple of pegs is acceptable to keep sense still
  • Health problems such as asthma, altitude sickness, sheer exhaustion, avalanches, and vertigo may strike; so take proper care of it
  • Mark-on the favorable seasons for extra-ordinary experience

Factors affecting behind unsuccessful expedition or climbing

Homesick: We love our family the most. It’s hard to be apart from family for a long time. But making the family members our weakness is the ‘must avoid’ mantra for the trek like this. People involved in this condition will not be able to complete the venture properly.

Negligence: Towards rules and regulations: Not following all the rules and regulations provided by leaders, guides, and locals before and during trek lead towards unsuccessful trek.

No previous experience: Trekking for 10 hours a day (approximately) is not a cup of tea. This trek is hard to accomplish even for experienced people because of the high chances of occurrence of unpredicted and unexpected events.

Drinks: Drinking alcohol-containing beverages should be avoided as much as possible. But for some alcohol habitual trekkers, it is recommended to take only a couple of pegs in order to keep our sense still.

Lack of oxygen (altitude sickness)

Health problems: The people having a health problem like vertigo, asthma should not try this trek.

List of Equipment to bring for Everest Expedition

Some of the most necessary equipment needed for Mount Everest climbing are:

Climbing equipment:

  • Ice ax
  • Accessory cord or pre-cut prusik
  • Crampons
  • Carabiner system
  • Climbing harness
  • Belay device
  • Trekking Poles
  • Ascender

Footwear:

  • High-altitude all-in-one boot
  • Insulated camp boot
  • Light hiking boots or trekking shoes
  • Wool or synthetic socks, liner socks

Clothing:

  • Base layers (both top and bottom)
  • Mid layers (both top and bottom)
  • Trekking, soft shell pants, and jackets
  • Hardshell pants and jackets
  • Insulated synthetic hooded jacket and pants
  • Insulated down parka
  • Expedition down parka and pants
  • Down suit

Handwear:

Lightweight linear gloves
Insulated shell gloves
Softshell gloves
Expedition mittens

Headwear:

  • Buff
  • Sunhat
  • Climbing helmet
  • Face mask
  • Balaclava system
  • Wool/synthetic ski hat
  • Ski goggles
  • Glacier glasses
  • Head light
  • Nose guard

Personal equipment:

  • 40F down sleeping bag
  • -20F down sleeping bag
  • 55-liter climbing pack
  • Small pack
  • Inflatable sleeping bag
  • Mug
  • Water bottle
  • Foam Pad
  • Pee bottle
  • Knife
  • Spoon
  • Bowl
  • Thermos
  • Camera
  • Trash compactor bags
  • Large duffel bags
  • Toiletry bag
  • Water purification tools
  • Sunscreen and lip cream
  • Personal first-aid kit
  • Hand and feet warmer
  • Medications and prescriptions
  • Food (snacks like nuts, )
  • Basecamp comforts (cards, music players, board games, etc.)
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