Tibet: Mount Everest Expedition

Recommended by 99% of travelers




65 Days





Mount Everest is the highest point on earth; it is 8848m/29,028 ft tall, towering above sea level. Mt. Everest became named after Sir George Everest, the British surveyor-general of India. Mount Everest in Tibet, is known as Chomolungma and Nepali people call this mountain Sagarmatha. Mt. Everest is located half in Nepal and half in Tibet. From Nepal Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and from New Zealand Edmund Hillary were the first climbers of Everest, via the South-East Ridge Route on 29th May 1953. Ms. Junko Tabei from Japan climbed Everest via the South-East Ridge and she became the first climber of Everest. Mr. Reinhold Messner from Italy was the first solo climber via the North Col to the North face on 8-20-1980.

Mr. Reinhold Messner and Mr. Peter Habeler from Austria were the first climbers who made the ascent without bottled oxygen. And its expedition is more successes from Tibet side comparing Nepal side. We provide full support including all tents, all meals at BC and on the mountain, all oxygen, good walkie talkies, better than 1:1 sherpa ratio, satellite phones, internet-email to keep your sponsors and family happy and up to date; rescue service and plenty more, all managed by our team.

Day to Day Itinerary

Day 01:

Arrival and transfer to hotel

Day 02:

Sightseeing around in Kathmandu valley and process for expedition and Tibet visa

Day 04:

Drive to Zangmu via kodari border

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Day 05:

Drive to Nyalam

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Day 06:

Rest for acclimatization and hiking around

Day 07:

Drive to Shegar

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Day 08:

Drive to Everest BC

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Day 09-10:

At the BC

Day 11:

Trek to ABC

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Day 12-58:

Climbing Period

Day 59:

Back to ABC

Day 60:

Trek back to BC

Day 61:

Clean up BC

Day 62:

Drive to Nyalam

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Day 63:

Drive to Kathmandu

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Day 64:

Free day in Kathmandu

Day 65:

Transfer to international airport in Kathmandu

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What is included?

  • Welcome dinner by arrival
  • Tibet visa, Travel permit and climbing fees of Mt. Cho you
  • Chinese Base Camp – Advance Base Camp 1 tent for 1 person
  • Dining tent, Table and Chairs, toilet tent, Mess tent, Kitchen tent, expedition crew tent
  • Per person (50 KG) Load Base Camp to Advanced Base Camp
  • Per person (40 KG) Load Advanced Base Camp to Base Camp
  • Oxygen, Satellite phone (pay call) and Gamow Bag
  • Insurance, equipment allowance, wages and daily allowance for expedition staffs.
  • Services of cook and kitchen boy at Base Camp and cook at Camp 2
  • Local staff daily wages, pension fund and insurance
  • Pickup and drop from to international airport in Kathmandu

What is excluded?

  • Nepal re-entry visa fee
  • Entry visa into Nepal. This can be obtained at the airport upon arrival
  • Medical and rescue insurance
  • Rescue Jeep
  • Medicine and first aid for expedition
  • Garbage Deposit USD 500 (Sharing of the total person)
  • Walkie-Talkie
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Drinks, mineral water, laundry, postage, telephone calls and other items of a personal nature

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