Everest Expedition


Mt. Everest 8848m situated on North Eastern Himalaya in Nepal – Tibet border, the highest mountain of world “Mt. Everest” well known as Qomolungma (Tibetan Language), Sagarmatha (Nepali Language) is the challenging expedition which requires deep knowledge of rock climbing, steep ice climbing, and Technical skill of high Himalaya Expedition. The climbing technique on the high altitude above 7000m, entire experience on the climbing equipment is most required before plan the trip. Mt. Everest was first committed in 29th May 1953 by Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and Edmund Hillary via the South Col.

Mt. Everest become popular destinations for “Extreme Adventure” to everyone from the world since European team discovered Mt. Everest. When Tibet was opened on 1920s for foreigners, George Mallory tried Everest Expedition from North side of Everest on 1924.It is still mysterious about the detail of his climbing as Mallory & Irvine disappeared on mountain. After this incident many mountaineers show their deep interest to concord summit of Everest, when there was political problem in Tibet, many team organize expedition form Nepal side (South Col), Now Tibet is also opened for Mt. Everest expedition so there are two routes from two countries to summit Mt. Everest. The South Col expedition provides Real adventure of Everest Expedition with Trekking. Before Mt. Everest Expedition it is suggested to take experience of high altitude mountaineering in other mountain over 7000m.

Short Information of Trip:

Best months of Expedition: April- June / October – November
Accommodation: Hotel/Tented camp/ Guest House
Group size: 2 and above
Meal Plan: Full Board in trekking /Bed & breakfast in Kathmandu
Guide:  English speaking climbing guide with Assistance Sherpa, Cook with all Kitchen / Camping
Transportation: Tourist Bus / Private vehicle as per group size
Departure Dates: Upon request
Cost: As per arrangement (Up to Base Camp Service / Up to Summit)
Route: South Col (Technical Climb) with ice, rock & steep snow climbing


Day 1: Arrive Kathmandu
Day 2: Government Formalities/ Preparation
Day 3: Government Formalities/ Preparation
Day 4:  Sightseeing & Program briefing/ Final preparation.
Day 5: Fly to Lukla trek to Phakding O/N Lodge
Day 6: Trek to Namche Bazaar O/N Lodge
Day 7: Acclimatization at Namche, Hike up to Khumjung O/N Namche at Lodge
Day 8: Trek to Tengboche O/N Lodge
Day 9: Visit Monastery at Pangboche for spiritual activities, after trek to Dingboche O/N Guest
Day 10: Acclimatization [Hike around the hills & Chukkung RI] O/N Guest House
Day 11: Trek to Lobuche, O/N Guest House
Day 12: Trek to Kala Pattar [5545m] and return to Lobuche O/N Guest House
Day 13: Trek to Everest Base Camp
Day 14: Rest day, the Puja ceremony to bless successful Expedition O/N camp
Day 15: Spiritual Activities for successful Expedition of Everest
Day 16: Climb to Camp 1 through the ice-fall (5500m-6100m) and return to Base Camp.
Day 17: Preparation
Day 18: Climb to Camp 1 (6100m) - acclimatization
Day 19: Climb to Camp 2- (6400m) return to Base Camp Overnight.
Day 20: Preparation
Day 21: Climb to Camp 1- Acclimatization
Day 22: Climb to Camp 2- Acclimatization
Day 23: Return Back to Base camp
Day 24 - 27: Preparation days
Day 28: Climb to Camp 3- Acclimatization
Day 29: Rest day at Camp 2
Day 30: Climb to Camp 3- acclimatization
Day 31: Climb to the South Col- return to Camp 2
Day 32- 35: Preperation days
Day 36- 50: Preparation for summit (8848m)
Day 51- 56: Trek back Everest Base Camp to Lukla
Day 57: Arrive Lukla form Namche / Dinner at Lukla with all crew 
Day 58: Fly Lukla to Kathmandu farewell Dinner O/N Hotel
Day 60: Kathmandu Free day
Day 61: Departure


  • Accommodation in Kathmandu on bed & breakfast basis ( 4 star hotel) as per program
  • All Meals in Trekking & Base Camp
  • Mt Everest Expedition permit fees
  • Experience Guide, cook, helper & porters as per program
  • Liaison officer & his all expanses
  • Equipments & Daily allowance for Trekking & Climbing staffs
  • Insurance of all staffs from Nepali Insurance company
  • Extra tents for climbing period ( If necessary)
  • All transportation as per program
  • Member Tent, Dining tent, Toilet tent, Shower tent, Table , Chair & store tent for base camp
  • Oxygen Cylinders, Mask & regulator ( If necessary) 
  • Welcome / Farewell Dinner
  • First aid & Medicine kit ( Normal)
  • Domestic flight tickets with cargo 30 KG only
  • All applicable Government tax 


  • Lunch & Dinner at Kathmandu
  • Essential Personal Equipments  for climbing & trekking
  • Emergency Rescue evacuation ( If necessary)
  • Climbing meals, Gas , stove etc for climbing period ( Above Base camp)
  • Personal communication equipments/ permits for any extra personal equipments
  • Extra Oxygen & Mask regulator
  • Personal insurance & all types of  personal nature cost
  • All types of Beverages & Drinks
  • Garbage Deposit fees ( re-fundable / need to manage garbage on fixed place)
  • Personal Tips/bonus  to trekking & Expedition staffs
  • Any extra cost due to extension of program, delay arrival, sickness or other unavoidable circumstances.
  • Extra cargo charge on domestic flight except 30 KG Per-person. 


Trip Facts

  • Trip Days: 61 Days
  • Best Time:
  • Difficulty: Very Hard