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Mt. Everest Expeditions

Mt. Everest Expeditions

Mt. Everest, the highest mountain in the world, has its own significance to climb. It is resulted that Mt Everest is climbed by more people rather than other mountains. After the successful summit of Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and Edmund Hillary in may 1953, there has been many attempt in Mt. Everest, including the people who climbed it two or more times. It is a great achievement for those who climbed it or not. Both of them could face dreadful obstacle – technical, physical, psychological.

Trip Fact

Day 01 Arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to hotel.
Day 02 Kathmandu sight seeing.
Day 03 Preparation day
Day 04 Final Preparation day
Day 05 Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding
Day 06 Namche
Day 07 Namche- acclimatization day
Day 08 Thame
Day 09 Khumjung
Day 10 Tengboche
Day 11 Dingboche
Day 12 Dingboche
Day 13 Chhukung
Day 14 Hiking to Chhukung Ri and return to Chhukung
Day 15 Hiking to Chhukung Ri and return to Chhukung
Day 16 Island Peak B.C.
Day 17 High Camp
Day 18 Summit > Base camp
Day 19 Dingboche
Day 20 Lobuche
Day 21 Gorakshep
Day 22 Everest B.C.
Day 23-61 Climbing period of Everest
Day 62 Base Camp clean up
Day 63 B.C. to Lobuche
Day 64 Tengboche
Day 65 Manjo
Day 66 Lukla
Day 67 Fly to Kathmandu
Day 68 Kathmandu
Day 69 Kathmandu - farewell
Day 70 Departure from Kathmandu    

Service Includes

01.Airport transfers in Kathmandu
02.7 night hotel in Kathmandu including breakfast
03.Kathamndu - Lukla - Kathmandu flight for member, staffs and equipments
04.Yaks and Porters for transportation of equipments from Lukla to Base Camp and back
05.Food and accommodation on tea houses on the way to base camp and back
06.Acclimatization climb to Island Peak (6189m) before climbing Everest
07.1 Sirdar for the whole climbing team
08.1 Personal climbing Sherpa to each climber
09.Cook and Kitchen Helper at Base Camp
10.Cook at Advanced Base Camp
11.All kitchen and Dining equipments for Base Camp and ABC
12.Food, fuel, fresh vegetables, fruits, and meat at base camp during the expedition
13.High altitude food and fuel for ABC and other high camps
14.High quality tents for all camps
15.All group climbing equipments
16.Communication and electrical equipments for the mountain
17.5 bottles of 3 ltr Poisk oxygen for member; 3 each for the Sherpas; regulator and mask
18.Everest Climbing Permit,
19.Ice fall usage charges
20.Liaison officer's equipment allowance, daily wages and other expenses
21.Equipment allowance and daily wages for all Nepali staffs
22.Insurance for all Nepali staffs and porters including helicopter rescue provision.

Service Excludes

01.Meals in Kathmandu
02.All personal climbing equipments
03.All personal expenses
04.Summit bonus and tips for the staffs
05.Personal medical and evacuation insurance of climbing members
06.Garbage Deposit (US$4000 - refundable after bringing back garbage from mountain)
07.All other additional charges for additional services

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