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60 Days

Difficulty Level

Challenging and Technical

Maximum Altitude

8848 M



Starts From


Ends At


Conquering the top of Mount Everest is a dream that many adventurers hold dear to their hearts, and for good reason. Who wouldn’t want to touch the sky and revel in the satisfaction of such an incredible achievement? But the journey to the top of the world is no small feat. It takes courage, perseverance, and an unwavering spirit to conquer the highest peak in the world.
Mt. Everest, also known as The Sagarmatha in Nepali, stands tall in the Himalayas, at the border between Nepal and China. It is the tallest peak on earth, with an altitude of 8848.86m. The southern face lies in Nepal, while the north faces towards Tibet. Its history is rich with tales of bravery, determination, and tragedy.
The first recorded survey of the mountain was completed by the Chinese in 1715. They named it Mount Qomolangma. The British Indian government began measuring the mountain in 1856, during their Great Trigonometry Survey. At that time, it was known as Peak XV and was believed to be around 8840m tall.
Peak XV was eventually renamed Mount Everest in honor of Sir George Everest, a Welsh surveyor who served as the surveyor-general of India for thirteen years from 1830. Since the 1920s, Everest has been a source of fascination for mountaineers all around the world. In 1922, a British expedition team led by Charles Bruce made the first attempt to scale the peak. It was Edward Norton’s second attempt, along with the British Expedition team, that set a height of 8572m. The mountaineers George Mallory and Andrew Irvine disappeared on the third attempt. Mallory’s body was found in 1999. Despite these setbacks, hundreds of expeditions are attempted each year.
We understand the deep-seated desire to conquer Mt. Everest and the emotions that come with it. Our expedition offers a chance to safely immerse yourself in the local culture and experience the adventure of a lifetime. However, it is important to acknowledge that the journey to the top is not without its risks. Many attempts to scale the peak have ended in disaster, and others have made history. We want to ensure your safety while also helping you realize your dream. Come join us on our Everest Expedition, and let us compassionately guide you on this once-in-a-lifetime adventure.

Trip Gallery

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Outline Itinerary:

Day 1: Upon your arrival in Kathmandu, we will transfer you to your hotel. We will have a short meeting to plan for the trip.
Day 2: We will take care of official formalities and last-minute preparations in Kathmandu [1,350m/4,430ft].
Day 3: We will fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding [2,600m/8,531ft].
Day 4: We will trek to Namche Bazaar [3,450m/11,319ft].
Day 5: Rest and acclimatization day [3,450m/11,319ft].
Day 6: We will trek to Deboche [3720 m/12,205ft].
Day 7: We will trek to Dingboche [4,412m/14,475ft].
Day 8: Rest and acclimatization day at Lobuche [4,412m/14,475ft].
Day 9: We will trek to Lobuche [4,910m/16,109ft].
Day 10: We will trek to Gorak Shep [5,140m/16,864ft].
Day 11: We will trek to Everest Base Camp [5,364m/17,559ft].
Days 12-15: We will get organized, hold a Puja ceremony, and have climbing clinics.
Days 16-19: We will climb Lobuche East (6119m/20,070ft).
Days 20-54: We will begin the climbing period of Everest (8848 M).
Days 55-58: We will trek back to Lukla (2810 M).
Day 59: We will fly to Kathmandu (1310 M).
Day 60: This marks the end of our expedition, and you will depart.

On the first day of your trip, you will arrive at Kathmandu airport and be met by our representative who will guide you to your hotel. Depending on your package, you will be accommodated at either a 3-star or a 5-star hotel. Once you arrive at your hotel, you can choose to rest or explore the city and sample some delicious Nepali cuisine. Later in the day, you will have a short meeting with our team to plan your trips according to your needs.

On the second day, you will spend your time in Kathmandu to complete any official formalities and prepare for the adventure ahead. You will have ample time to make last-minute preparations, and there will be a necessary session with your guide to give you a clear picture of the itinerary. This briefing will also be an opportunity to get to know your guide better as you embark on this journey together.

On the third day, you will fly from Kathmandu to Lukla, which is an adventure in itself, with spectacular views of the Himalayas. The 45-minute flight takes you from 1400m in Kathmandu to Lukla at 2840m, which is the gateway to Everest. After the flight, you will embark on a half-day trek from Lukla to Phakding, passing through the rhododendron forest and small villages. The trail is mostly downhill and fairly easy, taking approximately 4 hours. You will then spend the night at Phakding.

On the fourth day, you will have a quick breakfast at Phakding and begin your first full-day hike of the trek. You will pass through the highest altitude national park, the Sagarmatha National Park, where you can expect to see wildflowers, dense forests of pine trees, and several rhododendrons. You will come across small Sherpa villages that reflect the traditions and culture of the mountain people. After about 7 hours of walking, you will reach Namche Bazaar, which is also the headquarters of the Khumbu region.

On the fifth day, you will have a rest and acclimatization day at Namche Bazaar. You can wake up early for a sunrise view and hike to Everest View Hotel for some spectacular 360-degree views of the highest mountains in the world. While in Namche Bazaar, you can also visit the Hilary Museum named after Sir Edmund Hilary, and the Sherpa Museum to learn about the history of the mountaineering community and the Sherpa culture. You can also enjoy hot and tasty food in a restaurant and collect souvenirs from the local market, but it’s important not to sleep during the day as it may negatively affect the acclimatization process.

On Day 6, after a day of acclimatizing in Namche, you will continue your hike on an easy trail that offers stunning mountain views. You’ll walk through small villages and forests, passing through Imja Khola and reaching the spiritual center of the Khumbu region. Check out the biggest monastery in the Khumbu region, the Tengboche Monastery. You’ll spend the night in a lodge, with breakfast, lunch, and dinner provided. The maximum altitude you’ll reach is 3860 meters, and the walk takes 5-6 hours.

On Day 7, after breakfast in Tengboche, you’ll begin your hike downhill toward the small village of Deboche. You’ll cross multiple suspension bridges over the Imja Khola and stop for lunch in the bigger settlement of Pangboche, where you can admire views of Amadablam. From there, the trail is all uphill, passing prayer flags and mani walls. You’ll reach Dingboche in the afternoon, where you can rest and enjoy the village’s agricultural livelihood. You’ll spend the night in a lodge, with breakfast, lunch, and dinner provided. The maximum altitude you’ll reach is 4410 meters, and the walk takes 6 hours.

On Day 8, you’ll rest and acclimatize in Lobuche, enjoying the views of the surrounding peaks, including Lhotse and Nuptse. In the morning, after breakfast, you’ll have a short hike towards Nagarjun Hill for acclimatization. You can take pictures and observe the local lifestyle. After a short hike in nearby areas, you have a whole day to enjoy yourself. You’ll spend the night in a lodge, with breakfast, lunch, and dinner provided. The maximum altitude you’ll reach is 4410 meters, and the hike/walk takes 2 hours.

On Day 09, you will trek to Lobuche, where you can enjoy stunning views of the Nuptse and Lhotse peaks, which are over 7000m. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the local Sherpa culture. You will have ample time to rest and relax at the end of this day. You’ll be staying at a lodge and provided with breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The maximum altitude you will reach is 4910m and the trek takes around 5 hours.

On Day 10, you will have an early breakfast at Lobuche and then start your trek to Gorekshep. The trek will take you a few hours at an altitude above 5000m. You can either go to the top of Kalapatthar to enjoy the best view of Everest or save some time for the rest of your journey. The trail to Gorakshep is a bit rough but short, and it takes only 3 hours to reach there from Lobuche. You will be staying at a lodge and provided with breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The maximum altitude you will reach is 5140m and the trek takes around 4 hours.

On Day 11, you will trek to the Everest Base Camp, which is one of the most rewarding parts of the expedition. You will be walking through the rocky moraine, crossing several streams, and reaching the Everest Base Camp in a couple of hours. It is an incredible feeling that is also like euphoria for mountaineers. It’s like getting to the start point of a marathon race. Our representatives will be at the base camp and will make all the necessary arrangements. You will be staying at a camp and provided with breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The maximum altitude you will reach is 5364m and the trek takes around 3 hours.
On Day 12-15, you have to get organized and prepare everything necessary for climbing Mount Everest. There will also be a small puja ceremony conducted for the successful scaling of Mount Everest, and you will visit the climbing clinics too. You will be staying at a camp and provided with breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The maximum altitude you will reach is 5364m and this time is specially programmed for the puja ceremony.
On the days 16-19, we will climb Lobuche East. Lobuche East Climbing is one of the best technical trekkers’ peaks in the Everest area. The main elevation for the Lobuche stepped with climbing route with ice falls and crevasses also make this climbing technically very difficult. Lobuche is very close to Khumbu Glacier with two distinctive peaks – Lobuche East and Lobuche Far East.

After properly acclimatizing to the base camp, we start to begin our expedition slowly and steadily at the top of Everest from this day. You will be going up and down to and from different camps at different altitudes. In general, there are 4 camps besides the base camp. The ascending and descending process also helps you acclimatize properly with the high altitude.

After your Everest Summit, you will trek back to Lukla and we are preparing for your flight back to Kathmandu. We will be staying at a lodge  on these days.

After Breakfast at Lukla, in the morning our guide will prepare for your flight to Kathmandu. after 30 30-minute flight. There is a short yet thrilling flight from Lukla that will take you to Kathmandu that morning. You will also be flying over the Himalayas region. Enjoy the final mind-blowing views of the Himalayas as you go back to Kathmandu. One of the staff will pick you up from airport and drop you at your hotel. In the evening small gathering party for Everest Successfully summited.

You will be safely taken by our representative to the Airport where you fly off to your chosen destination.

The optimal period to climb Mount Everest is from mid-March to May. During this time, many climbers have attempted to reach the summit of Everest. However, the climb can pose a significant challenge due to the high altitude that lies at 8848m above sea level. The risk of altitude sickness increases as the elevation rises, and it can be a life-threatening condition if not managed appropriately. Proper nutrition is crucial to ensure that climbers remain healthy throughout the expedition.
To summit Mount Everest, climbers must be in their best physical, emotional, and physiological state. Extreme temperatures and altitudes require a high level of fitness, and cramponing skills on snow, rock, and ice are necessary. Climbers must undergo rigorous training to enhance their climbing conditioning, strength, cardiovascular fitness, and flexibility.
In summary, climbing Mount Everest requires careful consideration of various factors, including the time of the year, altitude sickness, proper nutrition, and physical preparation. Achieving the summit of Mount Everest is a significant accomplishment that requires a combination of skill, strength, and determination.

Included in the cost:

  • – Transportation from the airport according to your arrival details.
  • – Accommodation in a standard hotel in Kathmandu, with bed and breakfast.
  • – Airfare from Kathmandu to Lukla and back, as per the itinerary.
  • – A climbing Sherpa for every climber to increase the chance of scaling the Everest summit.
  • – Group climbing equipment, such as ropes and ice bars, to climb Mount Everest.
  • – A permit for the Everest expedition peak climbing, along with all government taxes.
  • – A permit fee for the Everest National Park expedition.
  • – High-altitude meals while trekking to base camp and climbing.
  • – A liaison officer, with all expenses covered, while on the Mount Everest climbing expedition.
  • – An expedition manager, cook, support crew, and porters with their equipment, daily wages, food, and insurance.
  • – All necessary camping and kitchen equipment, including base camp tents, dining tent with table and chair, kitchen tent with all utensils, and toilet tent.
  • – Mountain Hardware high-altitude tents while climbing the Mount Everest peak.
  • – Emergency oxygen with regulator and mask while on expeditions.
  • – EPI gas and burner for the high climb.
  • – A Gamow bag or Portable Altitude Chamber (PAC).
  • – All necessary climbing hardware group equipment.
  • – A satellite phone and walkie-talkie in case of emergency.

Not included in the cost:

  • – Medical and personal high-risk insurance.
  • – Fees for Nepal entry visa.
  • – The main meal in Kathmandu.
  • – Personal equipment and climbing gear.
  • – International airfare and airport tax.
  • – Climbing bonus, tips, and personal nature expenses.
  • – Permit fees and customs charges for satellite phones, communication equipment, and commercial filming while on the expedition.