Mt Everest climbing has proved to be a benchmark of climbing achievement and once in a lifetime experience for each and every individuals Everest Expedition is the highest peak of the World 29,028ft / 8,848m. Through which the climbing toppers feel themselves as the most proud and adventurous personal of the World.
Since the late 19th century, adventurous spirits have been fascinated with the ascent of the highest mountain in the world. Mt. Everest rises to an imposing 8850 meters (29,030 feet), and after 29 years of numerous attempts, Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and Sir Edmund Hillary became the first people to stand on the elusive summit on May 29, 1953. These courageous climbers ascended through to the South Col from the Khumbu Glacier, and continued their ascent to the summit via the Southeast Ridge.
Ascending Mt. Everest is a cautious and planned endeavor that requires excellent leadership, organization, excellent Sherpas, the best gear, safety equipment and guides. This equipment consists of individual tents for each member and full kitchen at base camp, along with access to satellite telephones and excellent food. Our climbing sherpas fix thousands of meters of fixed line, hundreds of rock, ice and snow anchors and use top quality high altitude tents and stoves and full safety equipment to provide the best conditions and safety on the mountain.
The spring season of March to May is considered the best time for Everest expedition. Spring is also the most popular season for the expedition. The months of April and May and then again October and November are the classic climbing period.
We are group of Sherpa professionals known for the quality of our logistical services and the expertise of our Guides, Sherpa team and Base Camp staff.Come join us and let our Sherpa guides take you on top of the world .
Day 1: Depart Home Country
Day 2: Arrive in Kathmandu and transfer to 5 and 4 star hotel in Kathmandu
Day 3: Casual day for shopping and sightseeing around Kathmandu
Day 4:Casual day and meeting with staff and preparation for expedition
Day 5: Fly to Lukla:
Day 6: Phakding
Day 7: Namche Bazzaar
Day 8: Namche Bazzar
Day 9: Khunde
Day 10: Tengboche
Day 11: Dingboche
Day 12: Dingboche
Day 13: Lobuche
Day 14: Lobuche or Gorak Shep
Day 15: Gorak Shep, Kala Pattar
Day 16: Base Camp
Day 17: through 58: General Climbing Schedule (schedule on the mountain is approximate and subject to changing conditions. Delays/Early departures can occur).
Departure: (approximate dates)
Day 59: Pheriche
Day 60: Namche Bazzar
Day 61: Namche Bazzar
Day 62: Lukla
Day 63: Fly to KTM
Day 64: Extra day delayed flights
Day 65: Depart KTM
Day 66: Arrive in home country
(The actual end date cannot be determined until the expedition is completed)