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Everest Expedition

Climbing Mount Everest is the adventure of a lifetime. The planet’s highest peak is an outstanding mountaineering challenge, which yearly attracts hundreds of climbers from throughout the world.

A trekking tour to the Everest Base Camp used to start from Jiri 188 km. Eastward of Kathmandu but since few years due to of problem of political situation in Nepal, mostly climbers and trekkers take flight to Lukla just 35 minutes fly from Kathmandu. As you trek ahead from Lukla, you will be passing Namche Bazaar-densely populated by Sherpas and a trading junction of this region; Tengboche-world famous monastery, Lobuche and finally approach to the base camp from where our expedition starts.

Kanchenjunga Adventure expeditions climb the original route on the south side, pioneered by Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and Edmund Hillary in 1953. This route is of moderate difficulty, but great beauty and fascinating history. It is our pleasure to provide support and logistics for experienced and self-reliant climbers.

The Kanchenjunga Adventure team staff includes of some of the most experienced and skilled climbing Sherpas working on the mountain today; likewise, our hardworking base camp staffs is both well-trained and hospitable.

Everest expedition will be led & organized by Namgya Sherpa who has been running Everest expedition every season with long time of expert arrangements.

You are suggested to allow this expedition minimum of 60 and maximum of 66 days from your home to home trip prior to depending upon your physical and climatic conditions. But this itinerary is design to allow you with plenty of acclimatisation days and is huge chances of summiting carefully.

Our Sherpa will establish four camps:
Camp One: is located in the Western CWM at 19,500 feet, a short distance above the Khumbu Icefall.
Camp Two: (21,000 feet) is situated on moraine below Everest’s spectacular Southwest Face. We provide a cook and dining tent at this camp.
Camp Three: is perched on Lhotse’s South Face at 23,500 feet.
Camp Four: is on the windswept South Col, at nearly 26,300 feet.

Each climber will be accompanied by a climbing Sherpa throughout the climb, with a second Sherpa to carry a gear between the camps. From the South Col the route ascends slopes of snow and ice to the Balcony (8500m) on the crest of the Southeast Ridge. The climb continues up the wide ridge past rocky sections to the South Summit. From here the route descends slightly and continues up the narrow, exposed ridge to the Hillary Step. After surmounting this 40 foot obstacle, a mixed chimney, the summit is close. Most climbers leave Camp Four sometime between 9 pm and midnight, planning to summit by 10 am if possible. On summit day the accompanying Sherpa will carry extra oxygen for each climber.

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66 days 

  • Mt. Everest climbing permit from South-East ridge
  • 6 (six) night hotel accommodation in Kathmandu in a 4 star category hotel on twin sharing, breakfast is included.
  • Return domestic air ticket Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu.
  • Excess baggage and domestic airport taxes.
  • Necessary number of porters and yaks to carry the Expedition loads from Lukla-EBC-Lukla.
  • Liaison officer fee.
  • Ice fall fee.
  • Rope fixing charge above C2-SUMMIT.
  • Sirdar (Namgya Sherpa) who has made 11 successful ascent of Mt. Everest from both North and south side.
  • Well trained Cook and kitchen boys at both in BC & Camp two 6400m.
  • Climbing Sherpa (1:1 ratio) especially on summit day. It is useful, especially if you have no previous experience of climbing above 8000m. This will several times multiply your safety and chances on successful summiting.
  • All necessary climbing hardware gear.
  • All necessary camping and kitchen gear.
  • Private tent at Base Camp with mattress.
  • Well insulated dining tent at BC with gas heaters inside.
  • Toilet & Shower tents at BC.
  • All meal & drinks at Base Camp and en-route.
  • Quality high altitude food.
  • Mountain Hardwear Trango 3.1 tents for higher camps (Tent on sharing between two climbers).
  • Store & communication tent at BC.
  • Necessary number of EPI gas with burner.
  • Russian 4 litre POISK Oxygen (7 bottles each member & 4 for Sherpa).
  • Oxygen mask and regulator set.
  • VHF Radio base at BC & one hand held set between two climber during climbing period .
  • Solar panel/generator at base camp for recharging & power supply.
  • Gamow bag & Oxygen with mask set for medical purpose at Base camp.
  • Insurance of climbing Sherpa and local team members.
  • All pick up & drop transportation from airport to airport both domestic & international.
  • Occasional alcoholic beverage will be provided at BC only.
  • Celebration meal in Kathmandu after the expedition with all the local staffs at Everest summiteers club restaurant, Rum Doddle.
  • Your International & home country domestic airfares, transfers en route & excess baggage.
  • Your personal insurance. Medical, mountain rescue & repatriation cover is obligatory.
  • Your personal expenses e.g. phone call, laundry, and alcohol.
  • Tipping to the guide & local staffs.
  • Main meals (Lunch & Dinner) in Kathmandu apart from celebration meal in Kathmandu.
  • Your Nepal entry visa fee (USD $100 available on entry) Valid for 90 days.
  • Cost of electronic appliances.
  • Cost of emergency evacuation.
  • Your personal climbing gears. We will forward you the equipment list once you book this trip with us.
  • Summit bonus for your personal climbing Sherpa (Minimum is $600-1000>).
  • Satellite phone usage is available, but at an additional cost.
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, early return from mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary.

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