8.5, Difficult ( technical 3 + altitudinal 5.5 ) | 58 Days

Mount Everest - Tibet

FIXED DEPARTURE - APRIL 15, 2020 (KTM)

( Full Service )

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Itinerary

Day 1 Arrival in Kathmandu
Arrival at Kathmandu and transfer to hotel
Day 2-3 Visa Procedure
Visa Procedure for Tibet.
Day 4 Drive to Keyrong.
Drive to Keyrong.
Day 5 Day in Keyrong
Day in Keyrong
Day 6 Drive to Thingri
Drive to Thingri
Day 7 Rest day
Rest day in Thingri for acclimatization - O/N Guest House
Day 8 Driving to Everest Base Camp
Driving to Everest BC (5200m/16640ft)
Day 9-12 Base Camp
At the Base Camp to acclimatize and preparing loads for advance base camp
Day 13 Move From Everest Base Camp
Moving from Base Camp to the Intermediate Base Camp (6200m/19840ft)
Day 14 Base Camp Advanced
To Advanced Base Camp (6400m/20480ft)
Day 15 Moving to Summit
Moving to Summit for summit attempt
Day 14 Advanced Base Camp
To Advanced Base Camp (6400m/20480ft)
Day 15-53 Summit attempt
Moving to Summit for summit attempt
Day 54 Advance base camp to base camp
Advance base camp to base camp
Day 55 Driving to Keyrong
Driving to Keyrong
Day 56 Kathmandu
Driving to Kathmandu
Day 57 Kathmandu.
Free Day in Kathmandu.
Day 58 Departure
Departure from Katmandu

Fitness Level and Technical Ability

Climbers wishing to join this expedition must already be experienced with rock and ice climbing and have successfully completed previous climbs at high altitude, over 4500m (15,000ft).

This expedition requires excellent levels of fitness to endure the extreme conditions of summiting big peaks. To prepare for this, climbers should undergo a regular and strenuous exercise regime for at least 6 months to build their strength, stamina and endurance.

Cost Include

  • Arrival & Departure Airport transfers - Airport/Hotel/Airport.
  • 5 nights in Kathmandu in Hotel ***** on Bed & Breakfast Basis (3 Nights before expedition and 2 Nights after expedition.)
  • Kathmandu Sight Seeing.
  • Expedition Permit, 1 Government Liaison officer/ Interpreter.
  • Transport: Kerung Border/Kathmandu for member & staffs.
  • Transportation in Tibet.
  • 1 High Altitude Climbing Sherpa (Everest Summiter) for each member.
  • Nepalese cooks: 1 for BC and 1 for ABC.
  • All Nepalese staffs Insurance / daily allowance / Chinese Visa fees.
  • Kitchen workers (Tibetans): - 1 for BC and 1 for the ABC.
  • All Hotel or Lodges in Tibet are only Room and clients has to pay for all food
  • Food during the expedition in BC & ABC.
  • All Necessary Yaks from BC - ABC - BC.
  • Red Fox Tent per each member for Base Camp stay
  • Foam Mattresses, Dinning / Kitchen // Toilet / Store Tent, Hot Shower Tent in BC & ABC.
  • Tables & Chairs, All necessary Cooking gears in BC & ABC.
  • Solar Panel & Generator in BC & ABC.
  • Gas Heater in BC & ABC in Member Dinning tent.
  • Television and DVD in BC.
  • Big Radio Set in Base Camp for communication.
  • Walkie / Talkie for communication.
  • Epi gas / High Altitude Cooking Pot & Stove.
  • High Altitude food for member & staffs.
  • Mattress for high camps.
  • High Tent - 1 for 2 members.
  • 6 bottles oxygen (4 Ltrs each bottle) with mask & Regulator per member (Regulator only for use).
  • 3 bottles oxygen with mask & Regulator per Sherpa.
  • Sherpa's Bonus. (During their working period up to high camps).
  • Sherpa's Summit Bonus.

Cost Does not Include

  • International airfare from / to your country.
  • Nepal entry visa fee. (can be obtained at the airport upon arrival).
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Lunch & Dinner in Tibet Hotel.
  • Hotel after 5 nights stay in Kathmandu.
  • Personal climbing gear above base camp.
  • Personal insurance such as travel, accident, medical and emergency evacuation.
  • Applicable permit fees and customs charges, etc. for SAT phone, communication equipment, and commercial filming.
  • Expenses of a personal nature such as alchohal, laundry, postage, telephone, etc.
  • Applicable customs duty and import license fees for all personal expedition goods arriving in Nepal by air/road as cargo.
  • Tips.

Good Advice

Climbing is a potentially dangerous pastime, high-altitude climbing is dangerous at all times. There can be no possible guarantee of your success and safety at the altitudes above BC and especially above 7000 and 8000m. So we strongly recommend you to hire a personal high altitude Sherpa guide-porter, especially if you do not have any experience in high-altitude climbing. This will increase immensely your safety and chances of summiting.

Booking procedure

If your decision to take part in our expedition if firm, please send us e-mail with:
Confirmation (in a form you prefer):

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Necessary travel papers (documents)

  • Tibetan visa: We get a group one climbing permit
  • 4 passport photos - for Visas

Payment procedure

Booking deposit:
20,000 USD.
The price increases by 10% if your booking application comes to us later than 30 days prior to the expedition. Balance payment is due not later than 30 days prior to the expedition. Cancellation more than 20 days prior to the expedition – 50% refund. Less than 15 days – no refund is given.
Price Per Member between 5 Members USD 31,990
P.S. If clients have to enter Tibet via Lhasa. They have to issue KTM – LHASA – KTM flight ticket themselves & have to pay extra money during Lhasa stay. Per day USD 200 per person.

Personal gear

Technical Equipment for the ascent

  • Crampons (e.g. Grivel G12)
  • Rucksack 70-80 liters
  • Rucksack 35-40 liters
  • Harness
  • Prussiks
  • Karabiners with screwgate lockers - 3 items
  • Jumar (ascender)
  • Telescope ski poles
  • Thermos
  • Rappel device
  • Ice Axe
  • Head lamp
  • Photo camera
  • Video camera and assessors
  • Accumulators
  • Personal crockery for high camps

Equipment for body and feet

  • Trekking shoes
  • Boots of "Everest" Millet type
  • Gore-tex jacket with wide hood
  • Gore-tex trousers (better semi-overalls)
  • Windblock jacket
  • Windblock trousers
  • Jacket "Polartec - 100" - 2 items
  • Warm underwear - 2 sets
  • Personal underwear
  • Polartec gloves – 2 pairs
  • Thinsulate gloves
  • Thinsulate mittens - 2 pairs
  • Warm woolen socks - 4-5 pairs
  • Balaclava
  • Warm hat
  • Windblock face mask
  • UV glasses
  • Ski goggles (preferably)
  • Gaiters

Meet your experts

Mingma Gelu Sherpa

Mingma Gelu Sherpa is a mountaineer and entrepreneur. He has summited Mt. Everest 8 times. He is also the first Nepali to summit Mt. Elbrus in Russia. He has been on the mountains since his youth, coming from the Makalu region, and working on mountain expeditions since the age of 14.

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