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Trip Duration

58 days

Trip Grade


Highest Altitude

8,848.86 m


Hotels and Tea houses


plane, helicopter, jeep-bus

Group Size


Best Season

Mar-May / Sep-Dec

Everest Expedition Brief Insight

Mt. Everest is among the world’s most arduous mountains to scale at an altitude of 8,848 m from sea level. It resides in the Himalayan sub-range of the Mahalangur Himal. Large numbers of expedition leading figures and mountaineers attempt to scale the world’s highest peak. In 1953, Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary made the history by completing the first official ascent of Mount Everest. Mountaineers who want to conquer Mt. Everest should be well prepared for the expedition.

Everest is risky due to factors such as altitude sickness, unforeseeable weather, wind, along with avalanches and the Khumbu Icefall. Countless experienced climbers have experienced life abandoning them at this very pinnacle. As a consequence, you must have years of mountaineering experience, notably above 6,000 meters. The most essential element of the push to the summit is strong determination, discipline, and fortitude.

The most appropriate preparation expedition for the Everest expedition is Mt. Manaslu. This is a much more complicated peak than the others. You can pull out all the stops for the expedition if you are able to take on such a challenge physically, mentally and economically. The proper gear will subsequently make sure of comfort and success.

The venture to the Everest expedition is challenging, but it is satisfying at the same time. The awe inspiring views of Mt. Makalu, Cho Oyu, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, and other mountains are absolutely phenomenal. The elegance of Sagarmatha National Park offering diverse geography, dense forests, streams, glacier masses, and vegetation, mesmerizes you. Apart from these , the Sherpa lifestyle in the region, and also their friendly generosity and culture, surpasses all boundaries.

Highlights of Everest Expedition

  • Stepping foot on the highest point on the planet – Mt. Everest.
  • Spectacular aerial perspectives on the mighty Himalayas on the way to Lukla.
  • Trekking through the diverse landscapes, misty valleys, woodlands, glaciers, and much more.
  • Magnificent trek into the wilderness of Sagarmatha National Park.
  • Outstanding trek embellished by the culture richness of the Sherpa communities.
  • Embrace the breathtaking vistas of Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Makalu, Nuptse and many others.
  • Chance to immerse into the unique cultures and traditions in the Himalayan region of Nepal.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla then trek to Phakding

Trek Distance :

140 km approx.

Highest Altitude :

Lukla (2,800 m) and Phakding (2,610 m)

Trek Duration :

3-4 hrs

The adventure to Everest Base Camp has begun. The flight takes off with a stunning view of Kathmandu Valley. The flight from Kathmandu to Lukla is brief but breathtaking. As you travel east, you will notice beautiful mountain ranges worth stopping for. You show up in Lukla after some time.

After spending some time in Lukla, move to Phakding. The hike is simple and begins with a rocky descent. It takes you to Cheplung and then to the Dudh Koshi River. If you keep going, you’ll eventually reach Phakding.
Overnight in Phakding.

Day 2: Trek to Namche Bazaar

Highest Altitude :

3440 m

Trek Duration :

5-6 hrs

The travel to Namche Bazaar is both difficult and rewarding. The trail is littered with suspension bridges that span rivers and canyons. You leave Phakding after breakfast. You walk your way through Benkar. The marvelous scenery of Mt. Thamserku astounds your eyes as you travel. As you progress, you’ll have to cross several suspension bridges.

Ultimately, you’ll arrive at the Sagarmatha National Park checkpoint. Your guides will help you obtain entry permissions for the rest of the expedition. The trail then drops towards the Dudh Koshi River, which then advances to Jorsale. The path now starts to ascend. The scenery of Mt. Everest and Nuptse along the way stimulate you to keep walking until you enter Namche Bazaar.
Overnight in Namche Bazaar.

Day 3: Acclimatization Day at Namche

Highest Altitude :

3440 m

Trek Duration :

1-2 hrs

After arriving in Namche, you should acclimate the next day. Acclimatization days are critical in mountaineering. Because the walk is at a high elevation, altitude sickness is a reasonable chance. As a result, in order to stay healthy, our bodies must adapt to the changing high elevations and atmosphere.

You can go for a short walk around the area. The Sherpa Museum is a must-see attraction. For refreshments, there are restaurants and bars to choose from. You can also hike to see the sunrise and sunset from the Khumbu peaks.
Overnight in Namche Bazaar.

Day 4: Trek to Tengboche

Highest Altitude :

3,860 m

Trek Duration :

5-6 hrs

After a short downhill hike at first, the route leading to Tengboche passes through magnificent scenery and steep ascents. After leaving Namche Bazaar, you walk right past Kyanjum and then into the rhododendron forest. The path then devolves to the Phungi Thenga river’s shores.

Mountain ranges such as Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam dazzle you along the way. The trail then rises for the final stretch to Tengboche.
Overnight in Tengboche.

Day 5: Trek to Dingboche

Highest Altitude :

4,360 m

Trek Duration :

5-6 hrs

The path from Tengboche to Dingboche is captivating. The trail leads you past remote glaciers and snowy mountains. The view of the top of Ama Dablam is stunning.

After leaving Tengboche, you make your way down through the forest. This is the path to Deboche village. You’ll come along a stone-carved wall along the way. You enter the other edge of the valley after just a quick climb upon crossing a suspension bridge. A nearer view of Ama Dablam become visible.

After a long journey, you show up at Pangboche village and move up beyond Shomare village. Lastly, you’ll arrive in Dingboche.
Overnight in Dingboche.

Day 6: Acclimatization Day at Dingboche

Highest Altitude :

Nangkartsang Peak (5,083 m)

Trek Duration :

1-2 hrs

On this day, you rest and prepare your body to acclimatize with the surrounding temperature at higher elevations.

Hiking up to Nangkartsang Peak is the great way to acclimate to the environment. It’s a short walk above Dingboche. It’s a steep ascent on the trail.

The panoramas of Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Ama Dablam, and other peaks are outstanding as you hike towards the peak. You’ll arrive shortly at Nangkartsang Peak. You travel back to Dingboche via the same path after spending some great time there.
Overnight in Dingboche.

Day 7: Trek to Lobuche

Highest Altitude :

4,940 m

Trek Duration :

4-5 hrs

The route to Lobuche is a little challenging to follow. On the trek, you will see the Khumbu glacier for the first time. The path leads up to the moraine above Dingboche. The pathway takes to the village of Pheriche.

After passing through Thukla, you will pass across the Everest Memorial and the Khumbu glacier after a long ascent. The Everest Memorial was created in memory of climbers who ended up dead while trying to attain the summit of Mount Everest. Keep on going until you arrive at Lobuche.
Overnight in Lobuche.

Day 8: Trek to Everest Base Camp

Highest Altitude :

Gorakshep (5,140 m) and Everest Base Camp (5,364 m)

Trek Duration :

8-9 hrs

The trail is a gentle slope with fewer steep terrain after departing Lobuche. It’s separated into two sections. One that follows to Gorakshep village, the trek’s lone village at the maximum altitude. The other follows to Everest Base Camp, which is only a short walk from Gorakshep.

Your journey commences with a walk along the Khumbu glacier. You can witness the thorough look at Nuptse’s gorgeous views along the way. As you move forwards, you may be able to see the top of Mt. Everest. To arrive at Gorakshep, you must cross the Lobuche Pass.

Once in Gorakshep, the trek to Everest Base Camp continues. In doing so, a massive glacier covered in dirt and small stones appears. This seems to be due to deposits that have been falling on the glacier from surrounding mountains over several decades.

As you proceed, a closer look at the Khumbu Icefall catches your interest. Soon after, you reach EBC. You’ll be sleeping in a tent. This is going to be your accommodation for the next few months.
Overnight in Everest Base Camp.

Day 09-54: Climbing Period

Once you cross the Khumbu icefall, the journey is technically a trekking trail with little threat. High elevation sickness issues can be life threatening. The climate at the mountain can be flighty and variable now and again.

The Khumbu icefall is perhaps the most dangerous segment of the climb. It is a precarious icy mass with a distinguished presence of enormous crevasses and tricky unsteady seracs. At the start, the Sherpas will assist the climbing procedure by erecting ladders all over crevasses and along vertical seracs ice walls. This procedure will establish a path through the icefall and end up making the climbing effective, secure, and successful.

To prevent powerful midday breezes at the summit, the journey begins as early as doable. Your expedition will be instructed and organized by professional climbers from your team. The Sherpa guides will aid you by relocating your gear and equipment. Four camps will be set upen route to the summit.

Camp 1

Highest Altitude :

6,400 m

Camp 1 is located in the upper part of the Khumbu icefall. A horizontal layer of ice and snow embraces the mountain walls. Because of the powerful gusty winds blowing on the mountain, the weather is warm throughout the day and cold at night. Ladders are used to fix large crevasses near Camp 1. From beneath the tents, a cracking sound is heard. Camp 1 serves as a rest and adaptation zone prior to actually moving on to Camp 2.

Camp 2

Highest Altitude :

6,750 m

Camp 2 is created at the foundation of the Lhotse wall or the lateral moraine at the west ridge’s base. It’s a stable and sheltered place with amazing scenery of Mt Lhotse. Individual tents, as well as the kitchen and dining tents, will be put in place at the Camp. Camp 2 is indeed the foremost acclimatization camp and the starting point for the acclimatization ascent to Camp 3.

Camp 3

Highest Altitude :

7,100 m

The Camp 3 nearby the Lhotse divider is approached through a fixed rope. The ascent continues to the Geneva Spur, which is situated to the east. At this high elevation, oxygen concentration will be rapidly depleted. Supplemental oxygen is available in the occasion of a difficulty.

Nevertheless, most climbers won’t be needing supplemental oxygen until Camp 4. The glacier is traversed on the right side, with such a 600m snow ascent of 40 degrees. The pathway is secured with only a pair of 3 meter ice cliffs.

Camp 4

Highest Altitude :

8,400 m

Camp 4, located on the south col, is the ultimate camp just before summit. Camp 4 is by far the most dangerous aspect of the ascent. The summit is only 450 meters away. Here, the breezes are powerful and violent. The thin southeast ridge is perhaps the most straight path to the summit. It is simple to climb to the top of Everest from this route. In 1953, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay traversed this route.

The summit ascent commences at Camp 4, the ultimate segment of the southeast ridge. This is mostly steep with snow and rock segments. To ensure climbers’ safety, the entire pathway is roped off. Supplemental oxygen is accessible since almost every mountaineer suffers from altitude sickness and cognitive deficits caused by a lack of oxygen.

Day 55: Trek to Pheriche from Everest Base Camp

Highest Altitude :

4,200 m

Trek Duration :

6 hrs

Todaay you will retrace down to the Pheriche settlement. Since you’ll be trekking downwards, the trek will be obviously quicker. You will acquire nearly 1000 meters in altitude. If you were ascending, such a considerable altitude change might not have been reasonable.
Overnight in Pheriche.

Day 56: From Pheriche to Namche Bazaar

Highest Altitude :

3,440 m

Trek Duration :

7 hrs

The pathway to Namche Bazaar presents incredible views of mountain ranges. You will leave Pheriche with a feeling of achievement and satisfaction. Make your way to Tengboche from Pangboche. You will soon arrive at Namche Bazaar.
Overnight in Namche Bazaar.

Day 57: From Namche Bazaar to Lukla

Highest Altitude :

2,800 m

Trek Duration :

6 hrs

The trekking from Namche Bazaar to Lukla is simple because it follows the paths that you have taken before. Maintain records of your entry permits so that you can move through checkpoints. At last, capture a last peek of the grand Mt. Everest.

The journey is ending soon. The trek begins with a downhill hike through stony landscape. Pass through suspension bridges on your way to Phadking. As a consequence, you’ll locate yourself in Lukla.
Overnight in Lukla.

Day 58: Flight back to Kathmandu

You will return to Kathmandu from Lukla on a captivating flight with that last outlook of the snow-capped mountains, lush green forests, rivers, and landscapes, among other things.

What's Included
  • All airport transfers/pick up & drops
  • 3 star category Hotel in Kathmandu for 2 nights with breakfast
  • Guided City tour in Kathmandu covering 4 UNESCO world heritage sites
  • All necessary paper work and permits for Langtang National Park
  • Permit, TIMS card)
  • Local bus Transport Kathmandu to Syabru Besi and Sundarijal to Kathmandu.
  • Full board meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner with each cup of Hot tea in the trekking.
  • All mountain accommodation(best available Soft comfortable twin sharing room)
  • An experienced English-speaking Govt. registered trekking guide and porters to carry your bags (2 trekkers: 1 porter) with Their salary, meal, accommodation, transportation, insurance, equipment etc.
  • A comprehensive First Aid kit
  • All government and local taxes

What is Excluded

  • All kinds of beverages.
  • All extra expenses such as shopping/trekking gears.
  • International flights.
  • UNESCO entrance fee.
  • Early arrival/ late departure.
  • Travel insurance & evacuation charge (Must get the Travel Insurance for Trekking).
  • Private transport(Jeep) to Syabrubesi (can be arranged in extra cost)
  • Tips for driver, guides & porters.
  • If a plan is changed by any other problem such as ,landslide, Heavy snowfall, political disturbance, changing the plan, cancellation of flight etc. Or the things not mentioned above

Difficulty for Everest Expedition

Many climbers’ greatest desire is to reach the pinnacle of Mount Everest. The voyage to the highest altitude on the planet is an extraordinary experience. Nevertheless, it is risky and necessarily involves prior experience.

Climbers must dedicate a considerable amount of time to strengthening stamina and training to become accustomed to severe situations such as low temperatures and a low-oxygen atmosphere at higher elevations in order to reach the summit. The most challenging aspect is staying alive in the “death zone” at 8,000 meters above sea level.

An expedition to Mount Everest must be well-prepared. Mountaineers are more likely to suffer from cognitive problems, strokes, heart attacks, or challenges to overcome altitude sickness. Climbers must first learn to adjust to the lower oxygen level in the air prior to actually attempting to reach the summit. The body begins to rebel against the lack of oxygen as the adventure progresses.

Learning with mountaineering gear such as crampons, carabiners, fixed ropes, jumar, ascenders, and so on is also required. Several segments of the mountain are incredibly dangerous, such as the Khumbu icefall, also renowned as the “suicide passage.” Some of the difficult aspects include the steep slope, altitude sickness, and thin air.

To conclude, reaching the pinnacle of the world’s highest mountain is not an easy process. Mountaineers must take into account all of the risks and consequences related with the climb.

Best Time

Climbing mountainous regions are impacted by a variety of factors such as heavy snowfall, hail, and strong winds. This makes the summit attempt more challenging. There is no other option. If the weather isn’t cooperating, postpone your trip until it does.

Weather changes on Mount Everest are always relevant to unpredictability. The ideal time to ascend Mt. Everest, however, is during the spring season. The periods of April and May are excellent for reaching the top. The peak is mostly clear and straightforward at this time of year.

Moreover, autumn is another season that is best suited for ascending Everest. September and October are the months shortly following the rainy season in Nepal and are likely to be the busiest months for climbing routes. The weather is mild and there is no bit of rain at this time of year.

Besides, Mt. Everest is always cold beyond the peak climbing seasons, and attempting to reach the summit at any other time of year is difficult.

Accommodation and Meals

During the treks in the lower region, tea houses are accessible. The quality and price of the tea houses along the trail vary according to the services they offer. Lower elevation tea houses may have fully equipped accommodation with electricity, western toilets, wi-fi, and, most notably, a hot shower. Some tea houses, particularly those at higher altitudes, provide only the most basic amenities.

Carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins, and lipids all need to be in the correct proportions for our health. There will be hygienic food prepared with fresh ingredients served during the journey. There are multiple choices, including traditional Nepali and Tibetan cuisine. Food becomes more costlier as you climb up in altitude. Porters, mules, and other means transport food to higher elevations.

Gears and Equipment

Climbing the pinnacle of Mt. Everest is not an easy task. If you are equipped with the right gears then the journey to the summit can be less hassle. The essential gear and equipment are mentioned under the following points:

Mountaineering Packlist

  • Ice Axe
  • Crampons
  • Harness
  • Ascenders
  • Belay Device
  • Carabiners
  • Double Boots
  • Mountaineering Gloves
  • Climbing Helmet
  • Gaiters
  • Trekking Poles


  • All-season sleeping bag
  • Duffel bag
  • Down jacket
  • Daypack

Upper Body

  • Sun hat or cap
  • Woollen hat
  • UV protection sun hat
  • Mufflers
  • Headlamp

Main Body

  • Thermal wears
  • T-shirts
  • Fabric jacket (Wind/waterproof)
  • Fleece Jacket
  • Fabricated sports bras (for females)

Lower Body

  • Thermal bottoms
  • Normal pants
  • Trousers (Wind/waterproof)
  • Trekking pants (soft shell and hard shell)
  • Hiking shorts


  • Smartwool liner gloves
  • Hardshell gloves


  • Warm socks
  • Liner socks
  • Trekking boots
  • Casual shoes
  • Gaiters (for extreme cold)

First Aid Kits and Medications

  • Sunscreen
  • Lip balm
  • Antibiotic ointment
  • Bandages
  • 125 or 250 mg Acetazolamide tablets for altitude sickness
  • Painkiller tablets
  • Pepto Bismol for indigestion or diarrhoea


  • Powerbank or extra batteries
  • Cameras and mobile phones
  • Binoculars
  • Pee bottle
  • Trekking sticks
  • Whistleblower

Dates of Trip


Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Mount Everest?
Mount Everest is situated in the Mahalangur Himal within the border between Nepal and Tibet. It spreads between the Arun river in the east and the Nangpa La Pass in the west.
Is it mandatory for me to join a group or can I climb Mt. Everest alone?
There is no mandatory requirement in Nepal to ascend any peak above 8000m in a group. Even so, when issuing climbing permits in Tibet, the mountaineering association has specified a reasonable necessity of two people. On the other hand, it is more expensive and dangerous to climb alone.
What if I get sick while on the expedition?
The climbing guide will always be on the lookout for any medical emergencies, depending on the nature of the illness. If you begin to feel lightheaded or weak, notify the guide immediately. If the guide notices symptoms of altitude sickness on you, he will instantly make arrangements to relocate you to a lower altitude. In case of severe illness, you may require a helicopter rescue as well. So, in addition to medical and personal damages, ensure your insurance covers helicopter rescue.
What kinds of issues might arise during the Everest expedition?
It is very likely that your cardio-pulmonary system will be affected by the low oxygen level in the atmosphere. This causes general respiratory issues such as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) when you are at high elevations. AMS can get worse to more severe illnesses such as Cerebral Edema and Pulmonary Edema. If not treated properly, b oth of these illnesses can result in climbers' deaths.
How can I avoid and prevent altitude sickness while on the expedition?
The following are the best ways to support your body acclimate and avoid altitude sickness: Avoid consuming alcohol, tobacco products, and any other substances that may affect the oxygen supply to your brain and body. Consume limited portions of carbohydrate constituents on a regular basis. Stay hydrated to prevent dehydration. Sleep at a lower elevation whenever possible. Reach the summit gradually, stopping for a few days every 600 to 800 meters to rest and acclimate. Have plenty of rest and ease up. Take a nap as much as you can. To avoid overexertion, trek at a steady pace than you would at sea level. Learn to recognize the early signs of altitude sickness.

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