Everest Expedition 2020-2021

Everest Expedition – 8848 mt.
Mount Everest is the highest peak of the World 29028ft. (8848m.) through which the climbing toppers feel like the proudest and adventurous personnel of the World. Sir Edmond Hillary and Late Tenzing Norge Sherpa first climbed this peak on May 29, 1953, after their long time's effort.
Everest Base camp is situated on the north of Khumbu glacier at a high of 18000ft. All the international Mt. Everest climbers assemble here during the starting and at the ending time of there climbing. Normally the climbing duration of this expedition lasts for 90 days. All the climbers who mass there at the base camp seem really busy with excitement for the preparation of their expedition to reach on the summit.
Some climbers climb this mountain on their own risk without any climbing Sherpa guide; and some climbers go with their own climbing Sherpa guide. Most of the teams carry own their on the Internet, Satellite phone, Medical Doctor, and rest of the modern requirement.
After the Base camp, we have to cross crevasses, Seracs, and ice blocks. Similarly, we should face to the way up having Chunks of ice as large as our houses where we should use fixed ropes and aluminum ladders to climb ahead camp 1st 6400m.


General Information Of Expedition 

The technical difficulty of this climb is not high, but it is physically demanding with long days and sections with a lot of exposure. The trip is ideally suited to strong, experienced climbers who want to climb the peak in its own right or to use the trip to gain experience for higher peaks in the future. To move efficiently and enjoyably we recommend you have experience of Alpine PD+/AD routes and /or an ability to climb Scottish grade 1/ll winter routes and previous experience of altitude of at least 4800m before.
Starts around seven am (not a problem as it’s usual to go to bed early!) with you packing your overnight gear into a kit bag before enjoying a hearty breakfast ready to leave camp whilst it’s still fairly cool. The pace on the trek will be leisurely with plenty of time to enjoy the scenery, take photos, chat with the locals, and keep hydrated. Lunch is usually in a fine spot by the side of the trail and, most days, you will be arriving at our overnight camp mid-afternoon ready for a well-earned cup of tea. This leaves an hour or so to rest or explore before a three-course evening meal. It is quite remarkable what the locals can produce in these remote circumstances.
The Post and Pre-monsoon conditions experienced from October into mid-December. April-May is usually very fair, dry, and stable. Daytime temperatures are pleasantly warm in the valleys (20-30C) whilst cool to very cold (especially with wind chill) high on Baruntse. Nighttime temperatures are cold to very cold (possibly as low as minus 30C) and you should make sure you have a very warm sleeping bag (-30c), an expedition weight down jacket, and good quality down mitts.
Food on the trek and at Base Camp is excellent and designed to stimulate your appetite despite frequent altitude induced loss of appetite. Breakfast includes porridge and cereal followed by eggs (fried, boiled poached or omelets) and either bread or chapattis with jam, honey, peanut butter, etc. Lunch starts with juice and may include chips, rice, lentils, vegetables, salad, sandwiches, beans, tinned fish, and tinned meat. Dessert is usually fresh/tinned fruit and tea. The evening meal always starts with soup (often with a healthy dose of garlic to aid acclimatization) accompanied by poppadums, popcorn, or prawn crackers. The main meal varies from local style – Dal Bhat (rice and lentils with an onion and vegetable sauce), Yak stew, momos, etc. to western-style – yak burgers, chips, pasta, even pizza! Desserts are equally appealing and include apple pie, cake, custard, etc. You will not be hungry! Once on the mountain, we use dehydrated meals supplemented by chocolate, muesli bars, cheese, nuts, salami, etc
IMPORTANT – The small print
Please note, flights to and from Lukla can be delayed due to the weather. Please be patient and bring a good book to read. If the flight is delayed overnight accommodation is included on a B&B basis. In cases of long delays, optional helicopter flights are sometimes offered at an extra cost.
We allow one extra day in the itinerary for bad weather. If you are delayed longer (unusual) we can re-book your International flight but additional costs may/will be incurred. Tickets can be changed according to availability and the class of ticket, you may need to upgrade and be flexible on your return date. All additional payments would need to pay for in Kathmandu (card payments accepted).
We employ local staff to work alongside our own group leader giving employment beyond farming. We ask that you restrict showers to those lodges that have electricity or solar power, thus reducing deforestation. Be prepared to wash using bowls of warm water or ‘wet ones’. We recommend you dispose of burnable rubbish at the lodges but take other items such as bottles and batteries back to Kathmandu. Avoid plastic bottles of water by bringing iodine tablets and a refillable bottle to drink local pumped water. Soft drinks should be purchased in glass bottles that can be recycled.
Our itineraries generally allow sufficient time for your body to acclimatize. The best way to avoid any problems is to do everything slowly, walk at a gentle steady pace, and drink plenty of fluid. Our leader will give an appropriate briefing on arrival.
Just in case your main luggage goes missing en route, it is a good idea to wear your boots on the plane. Most other things can be replaced but comfortable, well worn-in boots are more difficult to replace easily.
A detailed equipment list is provided on booking. Specialist items such as sleeping bags and down jackets can be hired or purchased.
For your own comfort travel light. Normally airlines restrict baggage to 20kg and the Lukla flight 15kg, but you will be wearing boots and one set of trekking clothes. Some items can be left at the hotel for your return.
US/UK citizens and most EU nationals can purchase Visas on arrival. All other countries should check with their local embassy. Passports must be valid for at least six months after the end date of the trip.
Most meals are inclusive, please see the key above. Individuals are responsible for drinks throughout and hotel meals which gives the flexibility to choose where you eat.
Nepalese Rupee. UK Sterling, Euros, and US Dollars can easily be changed in Kathmandu. ATM (cash machines) are available in Kathmandu.
Tipping is generally expected and part of everyday life. We generally tip our own local staff as a whole. It is also usual to put approximately 1000 rupees into the pot for the Puja or mountain blessing – a very important part of Himalayan climbing.


Everest Flight
An early morning spectacular flight over Everest.
Chitwan Wildlife Safari (plus 4 days)
You can round off your trek with a three-day wildlife safari. This includes a jeep safari, jungle walk, river canoe trip, and elephant ride combined with a cultural program in search of rhino and the famous Bengal tiger.


Camp1: 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 ambiance at this place. In the night we listen to 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. (7,100m)
Camp 3 is located at the height of 22300ft, adjoining to mount the 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 the summit is about 500m, a distance far. This is the final and dangerous part of 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.
From here the way is easy to reach the summit of the Everest 29028ft; and late Sir Edmond Hillary and l Tenzing Norge Sherpa used this route in 1953.


Day 01

Arrival Kathmandu, Nepal and transfer to hotel 

Day 02


Day 03

Prepared Expedition & Briefing in Ministry of Tourism 

Day 04

Fly to Lukla & trek to Phakding (2640m) 

Day 05

Phakding - Namche Bazar (3446m)

Day 06

Namche (3446m) & Acclimatization

Day 07

Namche - Thyanboche Monastry (3867m)

Day 08

Thyanboche - Pheriche (4243m)

Day 09

Pheriche - Lobuche (4930m) Lodge /camp

Day 10

Everest Base Camp (5400m) O/N Camp 

Day 11 - 60

Climbing Period for Mt. Everest

Day 61

Base Camp - Thyanboche (3800m)

Day 62

Thyanboche - Phakding (2600m)

Day 63

Phakding - Lukla (2800m) 

Day 64

Lukla - Kathmandu

Day 65

Final Departure 


Cost includes:

·         5 Nights accommodation in Kathmandu with bed & breakfast (hotel 3 star)

·         Kathmandu - Lukla - Kathmandu flight tickets with 60 KG cargo per member

·         Per member get 2 porter for carry 60 KG from Lukla to Base camp - Lukla

·         Fly ticket Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu

·         Trekking from Lukla to Base camp & back to Lukla with Lodge trek lodge or camping

·         Food for trekking & Expedition period in Everest Base camp

·         Porter / Yak Lukla to Base Camp & back to Lukla (Porter transportation)

·         1 tent for 1 person for Expedition north face brand V-25 or Similar tent

·         Dining tent, toilet tent, table and chares, Mattresses for expedition sharing with other member

·         Liaison officer's allowances equipment for Expedition, flight ticket, insurance, daily wages sharing with other group

·         Expedition Crew’s allowances for Expedition, flight ticket, insurance, daily wages

·         Peak permit for Everest South Face spring

·         All transfer airport-hotel-airport

·         Base camp Guide, Cook, Kitchen boy and Kitchen helper sharing with other member

·         Emergency Oxygen- Mask and regulator (If use, pay it full cost)

·         Satellite phone (Pay call)

·         Gamo Bag (life saving device in case of altitude sickness) sharing with group member

·         Solar panel for light and charges batteries

·         Company service charges

Cost does not include:

·         Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu

·         High altitude climbing food, fuel, Gas  

·         Expedition personal climbing gears

·         Personal accident insurance

·         Emergency evacuation, Helicopter rescue if required

·         Nepal custom duty for import of expedition goods arriving into Nepal

·         Bar bills & beverage

·         Sherpa non summit bonus

·         Sherpa summit bonus + climbing bonus

·         Air cargo custom clearance duty fee

·         Personal Satellite phone with e-mail & internet permit

·         Walki talkies permit

·         Extra expenses for personal 

·         Filming permit

·         Oxygen and Mask regulator for member and Sherpa

·         Ice fall fees

·         Garbage Deposit