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GROUP SIZE: 2 - 16

LEVEL: Challenging

MEALS: Included (B,L, D) 

TRANSPORTATION: Private Vehicle & Internal  Flight (KTM-LUK-KTM) 

ACCOMMODATION: Hotel, Lodge & Tent

MAX ALTITUTE: 8849 mt.




PER DAY: 4- 6 hrs walk every day

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Everest Expedition, the most daunting, challenging and thrilling adventure in the Himalayas; with no doubt thousands of Expedition leaders and climbers climb the world's highest mountain - Mount Everest (8848.86 m). Without a doubt, Mt. Everest(8848 m) is one of the most challenging mountains to climb in the world; many experienced mountaineers have seen life giving up on them at this very peak. Extreme willpower, discipline, and courage are what you must have in you for the Everest expeditions. And another thing that you have to have is years of experience in mountaineering, especially above 6000 meters. Going unprepared is never an option when it comes to life-threatening adventures. Alpinist who dreams to summit Mt. Everest must be well equipped for the Everest expedition.

We highly recommend you to climb Mt. Manaslu as this is a more challenging summit than other mountains, Mt. Manaslu Expedition also serves as preparation for the Everest Expedition. The right gears will ensure comfort and success eventually. Mt. Everest expedition is one colossal adventure that only brave hearts can go through. If you're physically, mentally, and financially capable of such a challenge, then go for it.

On Mt. Everest we provide the most highly experienced Sherpa guides available, the best equipment, oxygen systems, comfort, food according to your requirements and support.  Groups and individuals are welcome to join our Everest Southeast Ridge summit expeditions which leave in early April every year.  

Please make sure you have the requisite attitude, experience, and fitness to face up to a challenging expedition. If you are not sure then check with us. We will fully train all expedition members in the use of fixed ropes and various climbing techniques and safety procedures including a briefing on altitude medication. 



DAY 1: Arrive Kathmandu

DAY 2: Free day in Kathmandu

DAY 3: Preparation for the expedition and official briefing at the Ministry of Tourism 

DAY 4: Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding 

DAY 5:  Trek to Namche Bazaar (3440m). 

DAY 6: Acclimatization  in Namche Bazaar. 

DAY 7: Trek to Debouche (3800m)

DAY 8: Trek to Dingboche (4358m)

DAY 9: Acclimatization at Dingboche (4358m)

DAY 10: Trek to Lobuche 

DAY 11: Trek to Gorak Shep (5160m) 

DAY 12: Trek to Everest Base Camp Trek (5340m) 

DAY 13-60: Climbing Period for Summit Everest 

DAY 61: Trek from Base Camp to Thyangboche [3800m] 

DAY 62: Trek to Phakding [2600m]. 

DAY 63: Trek to Lukla [2800m]. 

DAY 64: Flight to Kathmandu 

DAY 65: Leisure time in Kathmandu. 

DAY 66: Final departure


DAY 1:  Arrive Kathmandu

DAY 2: Free Day in Kathmandu

DAY 3: Preparation

DAY 4: Flight from Kathmandu to Namche (3,850m)

DAY 5: Namche Acclimatization

DAY 6: Heli flight to Dingboche

DAY 7: Dingboche Acclimatization

DAY 8: Trek to Lobuche (4,940m)

DAY 9 Trek to Goreshep (5,150m)

DAY 10: Trek to Everest Base Camp (5,364m)

DAY 11: Resting at Everest Base Camp (5,364m)

DAY: 12 Training at the Everest Base Camp

DAY 13-16: Ascent to Camp I (6065 m) & Camp II (6,500 m) for acclimatization 

DAY 17: Flight back to Kathmandu

DAY 18- 20: Rest time in Kathmandu (at five star hotel)

Day 21: Heli flight to Namche Bazzar

Day 22: Rest in Namche Bazaar

DAY 23: Heli Flight to Everest Base Camp (5,364m)

DAY 24-30: Climbing Period for Summit Everest 

DAY 31-35: Extra reserve days for any circumstances 

DAY 36: Heli flight to Kathmandu

DAY 37: Free day in Kathmandu

DAY 38: final departure


  • Airport/Hotel/airport transfers

  • Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu 

  • Flight (Kathmandu – Lukla– Kathmandu) 

  • Everest Expedition Government Royalty 

  • All camping facilities and meals during the expedition including tent (one member = one tent) at Base camp. 

  • Kitchen and Dinning equipment, Eating utensils, Shower Tents, Toilet Tent, Store Tent.

  • Twin sharing HA tents on Camp 1, Camp 2 and Camp 3. Triple sharing HA tents on Camp 4.

  • All porter wages costs from Lukla to Everest Base camp and back to Lukla.

  • All costs for support staff (guide, cook, kitchen helpers, and porters)

  • Liaison officer, his fee, daily wages, equipment, clothing, accommodation, flight, meals and insurance

  • Expedition handling fees

  • Garbage deposit for Ministry of Tourism

  • HA food till Camp 4 and summit 

  • EPI Gas and HA (High Altitude ) cooking stoves above Base Camp till Camp 4

  • Brand new Oxygen - 7 bottles per client, Mask and Regulator and extra Mask and Regulator for emergency 

  • Oxygen bottles, Mask and Regulator for climbing Sherpa (per climbing Sherpa 5 bottles)

  • High altitude sleeping mat above Base Camp till Camp IV

  • SPCC(Sagarmatha Pollution Control Committee) Garbage fee / Environmental Fee

  • All our base camp staffs , porters, Climbing Sherpas and Camp II staff wages, insurance and their daily wages and their equipment allowance.

  • Heaters in the mess tent at BC.

  • Full board during the trip (Breakfast, lunch & dinner)

  • Generator and Solar Panel at Base Camp

  • Sagarmatha National park fee. Khumbu Village Development Fee.

  • Climbing Sherpa, his daily wages, insurance, equipment allowance, meals, accommodation etc

  • Climbing Rope Fixing fee for Expedition operators Association of Nepal

  • Carrying wages for Climbing Sherpa above base camp (Camp 1, Camp 2, Camp 3 and Camp 4 and back to Base Camp)

  • One client one private climbing Sherpa 

  • Satellite phone for Emergency use

  • Radio sets for members and climbing Sherpa

  • GAMO bag (Portable Altitude Chamber)

  • Khumbu Ice Fall Doctor's Fee


  • International fairfare. 

  • Nepal Visa fees. 

  • Bar bills and laundry. 

  • Travel insurance. 

  • Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu. 

  • Tips for driver, guide, porter, BC staff and climbing Sherpas

  • Any other expenses incurred except mentioned in above ‘included’ items.

  • Ice axe, Crampons and Climbing boots

  • Four season sleeping bag for base camp use and above 

  • Harness 

  • Jumar/ascender 

  • 3 x tape slings 

  • 2 x screw-gate karabiners 

  • Descender/abseil device 

  • Prussic loops 

  • Plastic mountaineering boots and Neoprene over boots 

  • Globes, Sun glasses, Snow glacess, Down suit or duvet/salopette combination, warm wolloen socks, well broken in trekking shoes, trekking poles etc. 

  • Successful Climbing Bonus for the Sherpa (1300 recommended)



  • Rucksack - Kit Bag - Boots

  • Gaiters - Sleeping Bag - Roll Mat

  • Water Bottles + Flask - Camera + Spare Films - Sun Glasses + Spare pair

  • Trekking Poles - Goggles - Bivvi Bag

  • Mug + Plate + Spoon - Pen Knife / Multi-Tool -Lighters+Matches

  • Tent - Stove + Fuel Bottle - Pans + Grabber

  • Group Shelter - Compass + Maps


  • Ice Axe - Ice Hammer - Walking Axe?

  • Harness - Crampons - Ice Screws

  • Belay Plate - Jumar and Ropeman - Prussicks

  • Rack - Tat + Maillons - Abalokov Threader

  • Head Torch x 2 - Spare Batteries + bulb - Rope

  • Helmet - Radio + Batteries - Spare Pick

  • Repair Kit (tape, superglue, string, cable ties, strap, needle + thread, leatherman with pliers)


  • Waterproof Jacket - Sallopettes - Down Jacket

  • Thermal Top X 2 - Fleece Sallopettes - Thin Fleece

  • Body Warmer - Thick Fleece -Schoeller Trousers

  • Pertex Top - Thick Socks X 2 - Thin Socks X 2

  • Shorts - Casual Trousers + Shirt - Boxers

  • Wooly Hat - Fleece Balaclava - Mitts X 2

  • Thick Gloves X 2 - Thin Gloves X 3 - Approach Shoes

  • Sandals - Towel - Sun Hat


  • Passport - Insurance Documents - Flight Tickets

  • Cash - Credit Cards - PP Photos X 4

  • PP Photocopy - Note book + pens/pencils - Books

  • Itinerary - Maps + Route descriptions - Client Details

  • Kit Check Lists - Company Contact Details -Local Agents Details


  • Soap - Tooth brush + Paste - Razors

  • Nail Clippers - Moisturiser


  • Wet Wipes - Sun Cream + Lip Cream - First Aid Kit

  • Vitamin Tablets - Glasse


  • Isotonic and or Carbohydrate powdered drinks

  • Sweets

  • Fruit Tea Bags

CAMP 1: 20000FT. (6,400M)

This camp 1 is situated at the flat area of endless snow deep crevasses and mountain walls. Because of the Sun's reflection from this place we get warm and heating ambience at this place. In the night we listen the deep murmuring cracking sounds of crevasses beneath our tent. These are the areas where we have to walk to reach camp 2.

CAMP 2. 21000FT. (6,750M)

This camp 2 is situated at the height of the 21000ft, which is located at the foot of the icy mount Lhotse wall though where we have to go ahead. Weather is here is good but bad clouds roll in from the low range of the Himalayan valleys to the bottom of our camp two. But wind here some times seems very violent enough to destroy our tents. After climbing these palaces we reach camp 3.

CAMP 3. 22300FT

adjoining to mount Lhotse wall. After climbing the 4000ft. Lhotse wall by using fixed rope and with prior acclimatization it leads us to camp 4. Also on the way we have to ascend the steep allow bands (lose, down -slopping and rotten limestone). From their crossing short snowfield the route moves ahead up the Geneva Spur to the east before finishing the flats of the south col. (Another wells name meaning Saddle of pass). Oxygen should probably be use above base camp 3 incase of needed to the climbers.

CAMP 4. 26000FT. (8,400M)

Now we are on camp 4 which located at the height of 26000ft; it is the last camp of the Expedition. From here summit is about 500m, distance far. This is the final and dangerous part of the climbing. This place is besieged by ferocious and violent winds. The normal best way to reach the summit is via the narrow South - East Ridge and it precedes the South Summits 28710ft.

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