“Dreamers dream an adventure of miles stone, lifetime climbing experience, there is no any boundary of happiness in your adventure life to be on top of the world’s the highest peak [8,848 meters/29,029ft], we contribute you 70 days for an incredible hang out in life.”
Mount Everest is itself extremely difficult to climb in the world, because there are so many subjective and objective dangers involves during the expedition. Such as high altitude, very challenging Khumbu ice fall, long duration of climbing and many others managerial and technical aspects. Climbers who are in quest for lifetime climbing experience (astonishing feel of rejuvenating climbing), if they are mentally, physically and economically prepared can obviously make it successful. The simple reason after this is; we are very professional and an effective organizer in all round. We Himalayan Diamond Adventure have a good chef, very professional guide in mountaineering who are highly experienced in Everest climbing, very strong and very caring personals as your trekking/climbing guide. We also provide you truly or only the Union of International Alpinist Association (UIAA) tested sufficient climbing grouping equipments and gears. Apart from this, such climbing highly requires your physical fitness and climbing gears placing knowledge. After all for safe climbing, that’s on your hand.
To make your Everest expedition 100% success, we proved you minimum 2 mountain guides certified by the Union Internationale des Associations de Guides de Montagnes (UIAGM) in French, Internationale Vereinigung der Bergführerverbande (IVBV) in German is the International Federation of Mountain Guide Associations (IFMGA) and rest of support climbing guides are completed advance mountaineering guide course under the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) and Nepal Mountaineering Instructor Association (NMIA)and all are Everest summiteers, As well as they are very strong and helpful with wide knowledgeable guide. They are very skillful in set up our routes and map navigation, weather forecast and rescue too.
Information of Climbing Route:
To reach at the summit of the highest peak in the world -Mount Everest [8,848 meters/29,029ft], is one of the exhilarating and wonderful experiences. You will be walking all the way through the normal route passing through the south Col, setting a first base camp at an elevation of [5,364 meters/17,598ft], and four more camps in the peak region at about [6,065 meters/19,898ft] CI, [6,400 meters/20,997ft] CII, [7,100 meters/23,294ft] CIII, and [7,920 meters/25,984ft] CIV, correspondingly. Since the route is technically demanding climbers need to be aware of the probable rapid weather changes and the danger involved.
The feeling to be at the top of the world is really something unconquerable and perhaps one of the best experiences that you can get. A short walk all along the moraine will take you to the icefall with huge crevasses which are considered as one of the hindrance for Everest expedition. Also, our experienced guide teams will fix ropes as well as ladders that will help out the climbers to traverse this part to reach Camp I. And then we will continue our climb in order to reach the Camp II. Now we will ascend on snowbound way up that takes us to Lhotse Face then to Camp III. From the camp III we ascend all along the moderate mixed Ice, rocks and snow; becomes more challenging which will certainly takes us to South Col- the Camp IV. The path steepens after moving up to snow slopes to arrive at the crest of the South East edge and we have a easy climb after that steep climbing once more to reach to the South summit. A small traverse, we will appear on a short, vertical rock and snow channel that leads to the final point to the summit.
Definitely, Mt Everest is a climbing peak to everyone from expert mountaineer to an inexperienced but adventure lover for which you will be guided by a proficient mountain guide as well team of ascending Mountain guides. Himalayan Diamond Adventure (P) Ltd. is confident to offer Mount Everest Expedition with the first-class service. Let us organize it for you.
Information of the Everest base camp trail:
One can start his/her journey to this beautiful place after landing to Lukla airport. Then, moving from there, the first village we pass by is Chheplung. Descending down through the trail, one passes through the Ghat and Phakding. Trekking ahead, one reaches to Monju and then to Namche. The Sherpa capital, main gate way of Everest region. Namche is the perfect place for acclimatization rest day. During the trekking, one gets an opportunity to see different natural beauty as well as Namche Museum and Tengboche Monastery. The pleasant nature based on this site is just eye soothing which enhance the purity of the mind, body and soul. The spiritual connection of the nature and the religion of this place are just out of the world. The sense of perfect vibration and the rejuvenation can be grasped by every single pore as we trek on the trials. Further ahead, the trail passes through the villages of Deboche, Pangboche [3,860 metres/12664ft], Dingboche and finally Periche [4,240 metres/13910ft]. All these villages offer the delicious food, comfortable and clean lodgings around. To highlight, especially Upper-Pangboche is probably the most pleasant area where the local monastery is located and is surrounded by the enchanting trees. Hence, one move back with unforgettable experience after the trek to the Everest concludes. This nature blessed trekking region is one of the important trekking points for the trekkers of every level from the different countries who comes to visit every year. Everest region even has the world heritage residing on known to be the world highest mountain, Mt. Everest which is locally known as Sagarmatha too.
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu Airport [1,350 meters/4,429ft], transfers to Hotel.
Day 02: Expedition preparation days, permits, equipments and gears.
Day 03: Fly to Lukla [2,840m/9,317ft], trek to Phakding [2,610m/8,563ft], 2.5 hrs.
Day 04: Trek to Namche bazzar [3,440 meters/11,286ft], 5 hours uphill.
Day 05: Hike to Everest view Hotel [3,870m/12,697ft], for panorama view.
Day 06: Trek to Tengbuche Monastery [3,860 meters/12,664ft], 5 hours.
Day 07: Trek to Dingbuche village [4,410 meters/14,468ft], 5 hours.
Day 08: Trek to Chhukung [4,730 meters/15,518ft], 3 hours.
Day 09: Climbing refreshment.
Day10: Trek to Island peak base camp [5,080m/16,666ft], 3hrs.
Day 11: Climbing to snow field camp [5,900 meters/19,357ft], 6 hours.
Day 12: Summit [6,189 meter/20,305ft], switch back to Chhukung 8hrs.
Day 13: Contingency day.
Day 14: Trek to Labuche [4,910m/16,109ft], through Khongmala [5,535m/18,159ft], 8hrs.
Day 15: Trek to Everest Base camp [5,364 meters/17,598ft], 3.5hrs.
Day 16- 63: Climbing period. Staying in tent.
Day 64: Trek back to Pangbuche [3,940 meters/12,936ft], 7hrs.
Day 65: Trek to Namche bazzar [3,440 meters/11,286ft], 5hrs.
Day 66: Trek to Lukla [2,860 meters/9,383ft], 8 hours.
Day 67: Fly to Kathmandu [1,350 meters/4,429ft] and transfer to hotel.
Day 68- 69: Contingency days.
Day 70: Finally, departure for home.
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu Trivuwan international airport [1,350 meters/4,429ft], transfers to Hotel in tourist bus or car, included breakfast service:
Welcome to the land of white glowing mountains. Before your landing in Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport, the representative from Himalayan Diamond Adventure will have reached there to welcome you. After landing your aircraft, we come to pick you up with our welcome greetings. Collecting your luggage, we drop you off to Hotel. You will have welcome dinner in Nepali cultural dance restaurant with your guide’s briefing about the day program tomorrow. The hotel service includes bed and breakfast.
Day 02: Expedition preparation days for permits, equipments and gears. Overnight in Hotel:
The guide will meet you in your hotel around your breakfast time to check your appropriate, trekking and climbing gears/ equipments. If you don’t have proper equipments and gears, he would advise you to buy or take them in rent in the trekking shops of Tamel bazzar. And our company representative and group leader will attend in Nepal Tourism Board for official permits and expedition briefing.
Day 03: Scenic flight; early in the morning (Kathmandu to Lukla) & trek to Phakding village [2,610m/8,563ft]; 2.5 hrs. Overnight in lodge:
We will have 35 minutes of scenic flight in the morning from Kathmandu to Lukla Hillary airport, the most famous airport in the world. If the weather is favorable, during the flight, we will be sightseeing the most magnificent and sensational view of northern and eastern Himalaya vistas before our landing in Lukla airstrip [2,860 meters/9383ft]. After a few minutes’ break in Lukla bazzar, we set out to scenic journey to Phakding village. It’s way of 2 hrs and 30 minutes for normal trekker. The entire track crosses through famous mountaineering Sherpa villages, lodges, shops, gompas (monasteries), mani walls, prayer stones, fluttering payer flags and more than two well made suspension bridges with fascinating landscape on the way to Phakding. The trail moves ahead weaving lots of up and down to reach Phakding village [2,610 meters/8,563ft], where we find clean and comfortable lodges with a little shopping and internet service. Today, we spend overnight at Phakding in lodge.
Day 04: Head over Namche bazzar, the capital of Sherpa people [3,440 meters/11,286ft], walk 5 hours uphill. Overnight in lodge:
Today we journey to Namche bazzar [3,440 meters/11,286ft], the main entry gate way of Khumbu valley, the capital of Sherpa people where is the available of luxurious Hotels, banks, shops, trekking equipments and climbing gears, bakery and café and governmental administrative offices for Sagarmatha National Park with Internet services. Today, we walk about 5 to 6 hours to reach Namche bazaar from the Phakding village. The trail more slightly ascends up following Duddha Koshi River to confluence (Dovan) of Duddha koshi and Bhote Koshi River. Finally, we push up strenuous uphill via weaving trail to Namche bazzar. Today we cross 05 well made suspension bridges including Hillary Bridge and few small wooden bridges, Sherpa settlements, Mani walls, prayer stones, waterfalls, rhododendron and blue pine’s forests. While walking on the way, probably the wild animals and birds can be appeared such as Himalayan goat (Thar), Jharals, musk deer and Himalayan pheasant Laphoforous (Danphe) a colorful bird. After walking off 2 to 3 hours we reach Sagarmatha National Park at Jorsalle. Where is required our permits. We make short break to register the permit and then head out to lunch place around Jorsalle. Everyone has dreams to see Mt. Everest in the life, its possible today on a clear day. The Mount Everest appears in front of us after a short walk uphill from the Hillary Bridge. We spend overnight in lodge in Namche.
Day 05: Hike over Everest view Hotel the tree line [3,870 meters/12,697ft], for panorama of Himalaya including Mount Everest. Sightseeing of Khumjung village, overnight in lodge:
After breakfast, we go on a hike to the Everest view Hotel, established at the highest elevation in the world, [3,870 meters/12,697ft], for stunning Mountain panorama of Amadablam, Thamserku, , Lotse, the Everest and Tauche and many more others Mountains. Then our trip continues for the worth sightseeing of Khumjung valley. After wonderful side trip, we head back to Namche bazaar. Finally we visit mountain museum in Namche. We stay in lodge including breakfast, lunch and dinner with tea or coffee service.
Day 06: Trek to Tengbuche Monastery [3,860 meters/12,664ft], 4 – 5 hours of uphill trail. Overnight in lodge:
After breakfast, we check out our place for Tengbuche [3,860 meters/12,664ft], the famous historical monastery. It is like a tiny plateau situated beneath the Amadablam Mountain. We walk 4 to 5 hours to reach Tengbuche monastery. After leaving Namche bazzar, we walk into the deeper valley of Khumbu to Tengbuche monastery. There is a largest Buddhist monastery in this Khumbu valley. It was built in 1923 after the fire caused great destruction, was rebuilt in 1998.
At the beginning of today’s trip, the route is almost like a highway. It’s pleasant walk. The track crosses good built Stupa with Everest, Lotse and Amadablam view. After crossing the well made suspension bridge over Imja Khola in Phungithanga, (Army camp / Cantonment) the trail turns more challenging. Afterwards we ascend 2 hours to reach Tengbuche monastery. The birds-eye-views of colourful rhododendron during spring through-out our up-hill trail makes us forget our fatigue. Here you will find the end of today’s activities for the overnight in lodge.
Day 07: Journey to Dingbuche village [4,410 meters/14,468ft], 5 hours’ walk. Overnight in lodge:
After accomplishing morning activities as usual, we set out our Himalayan journey through Deuche valley through the pine, birch and rhododendrons forest. After crossing Imja Tse stream, the trekking trail ascends up towards Dingbuche village [4,410 meters/14,468ft], through Pangboche, a Sherpa village and old monastery of the area. The trail climbs up above Imja – Tse stream with captivating Amadablam Mountain View and others many glorious Mountains and peaks like; the famous Island peak; Lotse and Loste sar. After-wards, we trek along gentle way upwards of 5 hours to reach Dingbuche village. The landscape is changeable but will have pleasant trip. Today we spend overnight in lodge.
Day 08: Move to Chhukung [4,730 meters/15,518ft], walk 3 hours. Overnight in lodge:
Today is short trek for Chhukung. It’s the last well settled village of Sherpa in this Imja valley. It takes 2 hours of relaxing walk for normal trekker to Chhukung from Dingbuche village. After breakfast we start to walk uphill trail following Imja-se khola taking the spectacular circular mountain views. Today we stay in lodge.
Day 09: Relaxing and climbing preparation day. Overnight in Lodge:
Today is entirely acclimatization and climbing practice day in Chhukung. After as usual breakfast time, we teach you about gears racking, gears placement, bag packing, and movement ideas. Shortly brief you specification of gears like capacity of Rope, Harness, Tape sling, Carabineer, Figure of 8 and Anchorage. We stay in same Lodge.
Day 10: Head towards Island peak base camp [5,080 meters/16,666ft], 3hrs. Overnight in tented camp with full board camping service:
Climbing practice and good enough acclimatization in Chhukung, today we move towards Island peak base camp [4,970 meters/16,305ft], following raw rugged trail to Base camp. After walking off 3 hours continue more gradually up trail with unmatchable landscape, we catch Island peak base camp, where today’s trip ends. We stay at tented camp with full camping service.
Day 11: Today is hard climbing day, ascend to snow field high camp [5,900 meters/19,357ft], 6 hours. Stay at tent with tiny camping services:
Depart of base camp the trail steeply rises up to crampon point. The track passes countless rocks and moraine before reaching crampon point. After continue ascending 4 to 5 hours, we reach cramp point where is small place for setting up climber’s tent. It is the best place for rest. At first, we put on crampon and take some rest and then continue traverse to snowbound field. There are many tearing ice fields. We cross these challenging crevasses using the ladders. Finally we reach beneath the Island summit where a big snow field is. We set up our tent for overnight.
Day 12: Push summit [6,189 meter/20,305ft], switch back to Chhukung lodge, long day:
Today, we are really excited to share our cheer on the top of peak. We wake up at 03: 30 A.M. for breakfast and climbing preparation. After eating something else with tea we push up wonderful summit. After short walk at the bottom of peak, we get the wall of peak. Finally, we climb 80/90 degree’s slope and sharp ridge with the support of fixed line ropes to attempt top. On the top of peak or, from an altitude of [6,189 meters/20,305ft], we savor mesmerizing views of Makalu, Amadablam, Barunje, Chhopla, Amphu peak, Lotse shar, Lotse down deeper enchanting Imja-Tse valley. After clicking some shoots, we switch back to Chhukung lodge. We have to finish long trip today. Overnight in lodge.
Day 13: Contingency day (Reserved day):
This is a trekking peak. So, we have to climb it while trekking, but there is no guaranteed that we will have favorable weather on our planed day for the summit. In case, we happen to get bad weather on our planed day or if any other physical/ technical problems occur, we need some spare days for next try. Thus, we have a reserved this day.
Day 14: An exciting journey to Labuche [4,910 meters/16,109ft], passing Khongmala [5,535 meters/18,159ft], 8 hours walk, Overnight in Lodge:
Today, we leave Chhukung to Labuche [4,910 meters/16,109ft], passing the large Yak pasture lands. We see many Yaks grazing. The route gradually rises to Kongma La pass [5,535 meters/18,159ft] between the two rocky hills. The pass is fabulous with circling Mountain View. After savoring of majestic Mountain View, we descend to Khumbu glacier. And we trek through the difficult rocky lands then we reach Labuche. We spend overnight in lodge.
Day 15: We reach in our camping site at elevation of [5,400 meters/17,716ft], 5 hours’ walk. Where we will meet our all team. Stay at our “Home away from Home”:
The heroes are very excited to get on Everest Base Camp [5,400 meters/17,716ft]. After as usual breakfast we leave to Everest base camp. The trekking route moves towards Everest base camp through stones, gravels and glacier. If there is falling snow on a sunny day, the stones may fall on the way to base camp. In the base camp we will have slept in separate and own tent where you can relax as you like. We will have our own crews, kitchen tent, dining tent, table chairs, storing tents and shower tents. You will find all is well service from the beginning of expedition to the ending of expedition and even garbage management. There is available of hot and cold drinks anytime in our dining room so you can serve it as you like. After some relaxing moment at this elevation, your group leader will brief you about expedition, Base camp stay rule, training of climbing and so on.
Day 16 – 63: Climbing period. Staying at our “Home away from Home”:
Then we have still many days remaining to ascend. We will be walking all the way through the normal route passing via the south Col, setting first base camp at an elevation of [5,364 meters/17,598ft]. And four more camps in the peak region at about [6,065 meters/19,898ft]- CI, [6,400 meters/20,997ft]- CII, [7,100 meters/ 23,294ft]- CIII, and [7,920 meters/25,984ft]- IV correspondingly.
Camp I 6,065 meters (19,898ft), is situated above Khumbu ice fall. It is often abandoned and out in the open place mostly used as rest before ascending to Camp II 6,400 meters (20,997ft). The glacier flanked by camp I and II rolls out but there are still big crevasses close to camp I.
Similarly, Camp II - 6,400 meters (20,997ft), is positioned on a cross moraine underneath the West edge. It is a very harmless and sheltered spot with wonderful views of Lhotse. Camp II is main location for acclimatization and is also the base for camp III.
Similarly, Camp III - 7,100 meters (23,294ft), is situated on small icy-slope on the Lhotse wall. We will have to cross the glacier in the right side before 600 meters to ascend on the solid snow field. The way is safe with few short less than 3 tall ice cliffs, where Sherpa guides will help you to set up with fixed ropes. Moreover, Camp IV – 7,920 meters (25,984ft), at South Col is the final camp which is easy to reach by majority of climbers without additional oxygen. There are two rocky sectors to steer before camp IV. Again the Sherpa guides will fix the ropes to lift you to the climb. This climbing period is the most significant part of the Expedition.
We, then attempt to summit the zenith of the world, Mt. Everest. The Sherpas, Climbing Guide will fully support you fixing the ropes, the rope fixing team fixes the fixed-line rope. Thus you will fully be boosted up in order to kiss the Zenith of the world.
Wish you an incredible and successful summit, the life’s ever priceless experience.
After summiting the apex of the world, we climb down and spend the overnight in the tent in Camp II.
We clear camp II the following day and climb down to the Base camp (EBC). We explode our joys cheering up with the party having cakes and drinks for the celebration on our success.
Day 64: Trek to Pangbuche [3,940 meters/12,936ft], 7 hours of down trail, we head down via previous rout to Pheriche lodges. Overnight in lodge, [Or Shorten the trip by flying back to Kathmandu by Helicopter.] if so your itinerary follows from the 68th day:
Today we trek back to Pangbuche via almost same way. The trail gently drops down to Pangbuche lodge following downstream with magnificent Amadablam and many others mountain’s view. Overnight in lodge included dinner and breakfast service with hot drinks.
Day 65: Trek to Namche bazzar [3,440 meters/11,286ft], 5 hours of downhill trail. Overnight at lodge:
After breakfast, we trek the same way back to Namche bazaar. Leaving from Pangboche the trail drops following downstream for short walk then trail rises up to Tengbuche monastery, and then trail steeply drops to Phungi thanga. After crossing the bridge over Dudh kosi River, the trail moves gently ascending up to Shangnasa and an hour’s straight walk takes you to Namchee baazzar. Overnight in lodge included dinner and breakfast service with hot drinks.
Day 66: Trek to Lukla [2,860 meters/9,383ft], 8 hours of walk. Overnight in lodge:
Leaving from Namche bazaar (the Sherpa capital), we trek steeply downhill at the meeting point of Dudh kosi River and Bhote Kosi River, then the trail weaves up and down many often to reach Lukla the ending point of the Everest base camp trek. Overnight in lodge included dinner and breakfast service with hot drink like a tea and coffee.
Day 67: We take a scenic flight Lukla to Kathmandu [1,350 meters/4,429ft], about 35minutes and transfer to hotel included breakfast service, by tourist bus or in Car:
Today, we have a scenic flight Lukla to Kathmandu Tribhuwan international airport and transfer to Hotel included breakfast service by tourist bus or in car. The company manages for evening farewell dinner with you people in standard restaurant.
Day 68: Contingency day there is no guarantee that we will have favorable weather on our tentative day 67 to have flight, so need some spare days to cover our program:
If we get flight cancelled due to the bad weather or any technical problem we need some spare days for covering our program. After missing flight schedule time in Himalaya region, there is a very less chance to get flight from Lukla to Kathmandu, so we have got another alternative way is to take a helicopter or trek to down Phapluk – Salleri for two days fantastic trek and Jeep drive followed by bus ride, back to Kathmandu Hotel.
Day 69: day briefing at Tourism Industry Division for Team Leader, Leisure day, farewell dinner with cultural program in the evening:
Its relaxing day or shopping day, you are free, you can make side trips around valley. This evening company through farewell dinner in tourist stander restaurant at Thamel or around.
Day 70: Finally, we drop you in international airport before flight checking time:
We drop you of in Trivuwan international airport at terminal room in your flight checking time by tourist bus or car and forbade our hands for your safe flight reach your home.
Note:- The conditions stated in the itinerary are especially for the trekker who prefer full package service. At the same time, we also customize itinerary based on your choice and time. The selection of itineraries and the staffs depends on your need and financial procurement. We have options for any partial visit as per your requirement and financial condition.
Climb Everest with mountain leaders and with extensive service. We Himalayan Diamond Adventure provide you 3 stars hotel in Kathmandu for 4 overnights with breakfast service. To get in touch with Himalaya, we will take a Scenic flight; Kathmandu to Lukla, fly along the northern to eastern Himalaya range of country, on a clear day is in itself an exciting and memorable experience as exotic panoramic view of northern – eastern Himalaya range. We reach to base camp, after 7 days of meaning full hike. For the period of trekking, we stay in lodge. The trail passes to base camp through the famous mountaineer Sherpa settled villages, the most picturesque places. It’s naturally, culturally, and rich with flora - fauna too. The Namche bazzar (Sherpa capital) is most admired land for trekkers or climbers in this Khumbu region.
We stay most of nights at base camp for proper acclimatization before we head to the higher camps. In base camp time, we refresh you about very essential climbing techniques, glacier travel; walk on ladder skills, Jmmering (Ascending), Active rappelling (Up sailing), Safety placement, use of oxygen, mask and regulator etc. We will also organize a practical climb of a 6,000 meters peak (Island peak or Labuche peak) to test your climbing skills before we set out climb towards final summit.To make your Everest expedition 100% success, we proved you minimum 2 mountain guides certified by the Union Internationale des Associations de Guides de Montagnes (UIAGM) in French, Internationale Vereinigung der Bergführerverbande (IVBV) in German is the International Federation of Mountain Guide Associations (IFMGA), and rest of support climbing guides are completed advance mountaineering guide course under the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) and Nepal Mountaineering Instructor Association (NMIA) and all are Everest summiteers, As well as they are very strong and helpful with wide knowledgeable guide. They are very skillful in set up our routes and map navigation, weather forecast and rescue too.
Lifetime climbing experience; there’s no boundary of happiness in the life, to be at top of Mount Everest [8,848 meters/29,029ft], astonishing feeling in the life. It highly demands previous mountaineering experiences and minimum 70 days of long holiday, huge amount of money, metal and physical strong. Stand on the world’s highest peak (Mount Everest), [8,848 meters/29,029ft].
Why to Everest Expedition With Us?
Our first motto is best guide is safe side;
Everest Expedition Campaign:
Our earlier Everest Expedition has achieved 100% success rate with 12 climbers reaching the summit of the Mount Everest.
The Everest Expedition in the Himalayas presents one of the world’s greatest mental, physical and economic challenges with such a wonderful feeling of pride and the sense of being most adventurous person on the planet. The South-East route on the Nepal side of Mt. Everest is the route taken by late Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa who were the first to climb Everest successfully on the 29 May 1953 thus became world’s famous heroes of the adventure climbing. Expedition to Mount. Everest has been successfully guided and climbed many times since then, but this should not lull prospective Everest climbers into complacency – climbing Everest is the ultimate challenge. To join our International Everest Expedition team in Nepal, you must have extensive mountaineering experience of taking part on expeditions at least of 6,000 meters as well as an experience of scaling difficult alpine mountain peaks. Preferably, if your climbing experience is between7,000 to 8,000 meters peaks in the Himalayas would be advantaged. Although fixed ropes will be used, Everest expedition members must be able to ascend and descend fixed lines independently and be proficient with cramping on very steep ice and snow slopes.
The main objective on organizing the International Everest Expedition campaign -2020 from South-East route Nepal side is to make your dream come true to be able to summit Everest safely as well as to possess the greatest sense of invigorating personal achievement and everlasting fun at affordable price. Our guide and support climbing guide team for Climbing is one of the best teams – their experience of providing the very best high altitude climbing support is the best of all for several successful summits on Everest Expeditions in Nepal. We establish our Base Camp at 5,364 meters (17,598ft) at the foot of the dishonorable Khumbu Icefall before making our way to Camp I at 6,065 meters (19,898ft). We climb to Camp II at 6,400 meters (20,997ft) in the middle of the Western slope, and then climb up the Lhotse face to Camp III at 7,100 meters (23,294ft). Finally, we head up from the South Col to Camp IV at 7,920 meters (25,984ft) before making our summit push.
Service at Everest Base Camp:
We set up a permanent Expedition base camp for as long as the Everest expedition continues. Each of the members has a personal big size North- face dome tent with water proof compact mat with down filled mattress for comfort. We provide a carpeted, heated dining hall with luxurious arm chairs and clean fascinating table with solar electricity light make your stay at base camp as luxurious as possible with internet facilities at hand. We have a separate communication hall, storing tent, shower tent and toilet tent; all is in perfectly hygienic condition and order.
All members of the climbing guides have their own separate tent too, along with dining hall and store tents. And rest of base camp staffs has their own sharing two men tent. We have a well trained expedition chef at base camp to cater the great meals and expedition team manager to deal with all the required logistics necessary for a successful expedition.
We serve you fresh vegetable, fresh fruit, fresh meat and bakery items. Our chef prepares us only hygienic meals with verity of hot and cold drinks (Coke, Juice, beer, wine and hard drinks) as you like. If some climbers are interested to prepare meal own style you can join in kitchen.
We stay most of nights at base camp for proper acclimatization before we head to the higher camps. In base camp time, we refresh you about very essential climbing techniques, glacier travel; walk on ladder skills, Jummering (Ascending), Active rappelling (Up sailing), Safety placement, use of oxygen, mask and regulator etc. We will also organize a practical climb of a [6,000 meters/19,685ft] peak (Island peak or Labuche peak) to test your climbing skills before we set out climb towards final summit.
Before climbers hike to Camp 1, Camp 2 and Camp 3, our guide and support climbing guides will have already set up all our camps up to Camp 3 and deposited all necessary climbing equipments, gears, foods, O2 etc. After setting up Camp 2 Our guide lead you to Camp 1 for Overnight. Next day you come back to Base Camp. After few days of staying in Base Camp, the guide leads you to Camp 02 and back to Camp 1 for overnight. The following days you come back Base Camp for rest. Afterwards you climb to Camp 2 for Overnight, again back to Base Camp. After some relaxing days in Base Camp, the guide take you to Camp 2 for Overnight and if you are in good health the guide leads you to Camp 3 and descend to Camp 2. During the acclimatization period our rest of support climbing guides will have finished to set up Camp 4 (south-col 7,920 meters (25,984ft), and then they ensure that all the high camps are well stocked with tents, food and oxygen for the summit push. We return to base camp for rest and recovery before we attempt to make the summit. After getting confirmation of a favorable weather forecast, we head up with our summit plan to CAMP 2, CAMP 3, Camp 4 and then the SUMMIT. We provide expedition tents on all the higher camps. There will be one Climber and one support climbing guide ratio to ensure that every climber has complete support to enable them to scale the summit and return to Base Camp safely.
Oxygen and Mask Regulator; Very Essential Climbing Gears:
Himalayan Diamond Adventure provides all the expedition group climbing gears including all high altitude tents, mat, solar lights, dining tent with chairs and tables, each climber 6 cylinders Russian Oxygen and some extra cylinders Russian Oxygen, each climber each pair Summit masks regulators, and some spares masks regulators. For Nepali guide 4 liters 4 Cylinders Russian or Poisk Oxygen and each Guide each pairs Summit mask and Regulator and some spares Masks and Regulators for Guides and guide ropes etc in a bid to Everest expedition in Nepal.
Our Camp Two Service:
We provide you for Camp 2 the mountain hardware or marmot two men dome tent, water proof mats, heated dining tent, chairs and table, solar light. The tent should have to share between two climbers. Or you can share your tent with your guide, if you sick at night your guide can take care you.
We provide sufficient and tasty hygienically prepared food at both base Camp and Camp 2 during your Everest expedition. Plenty high altitude foods are provided at higher camps. All the expedition load carries from base camp to all the higher camps are included in the cost which most of the other expedition operators charge as extras.
Safety Measurement, Weather Forecast and Communication System:
After proper acclimatization and well prepared to push summit, we will ensure favorable weather forecast. We always stand on our quality of weather forecast service. Its affiliated with government of Nepal (Meteorological Division) Mountaineering is itself dangerous cause of high altitude, frostbite, hypothermia, blindness, snow fall, rock fall, avalanches, crevasses and white out.
However, if we are well equipped, we can avoid the high risk. We are very aware with possible happening/accident in mountain, so ensure first our safety and then we go to summit. Incase climber face that unpleasant incident, have a facility of 4 liters Russian Oxygen cylinder with summit mask regulator for emergency cause and all required treatment aids with the guide. That means we are stand-by against any danger in the mountain. Besides these the guide as well as the climbers would be carrying the Satellite phones or Radio sets to approach communication service. Otherwise, focusing the major subject safely, we will arrange all in time even call the Rescue Team or Helicopter and take you down to the low elevation.
Mount Everest was named after……………..?
It was 1841, when an incomprehensible peak in the Himalayas was recognized as the tallest mountain in the world by a British survey team led by Sir George Everest, and whom Mount Everest was named after in 1865. Today, climbers from across the world attempt to scale its mighty face. For those who reach the summit of Mount Everest, they have climbed to the top of the world. For many who fall short, injury and death is their fate. The allure of climbing to the peak of Mount Everest has drawn climbers for over a century and no matter the risks it will continue to draw explorers for years to come.
We have put together this comprehensive guide about Mount Everest and its climbing history. If you ever have had a fascination about Mount Everest or dream of climbing up Mount Everest yourself you will find plenty of helpful and useful information in this post.
Location of Mount Everest:
Mount Everest is located in the Mahalangur Himalaya range and is situated on the border of both China and Nepal. The summit of Mount Everest lies on the border of Nepal to the south and Tibet (China) to the north. The discovery of Mount Everest by George Everest and his team soon caught the imagination of mountaineers worldwide. The initial attempts to climb Mount Everest could only be made in 1921 from the north side (known as the Tibet side), when Tibet first opened its borders to the outside world. Nepal was still closed to foreigners at the time so climbing from there was not yet possible.
The History of Climbing Mount Everest:
The first climbers to stand on top of Mount Everest were Edmund Hillary from New Zealand and a Sherpa, Tenzing Norgay from Nepal on May 29, 1953 from the Nepal side. Hillary and Norgay were members of a British expedition led by Colonel John Hunt. The successful summit made them world famous
The first people to officially climb Mount Everest began their attempts in 1921. Two British Expedition team attempts in 1921 and 1922 failed to reach the summit of Mount Everest though. In 1924, two members of a British expedition team, George Mallory and Andrew Irvine were seen just 800 feet from the summit, before being engulfed by bad weather. Though Mallory’s body was eventually found in 1999, it could not be established whether he or Irvine actually reached the summit as nothing was found on him to prove it. The mystery remains unsolved till this day.
After the 100 % success summit rate on our earlier Everest Expedition, we are now opening the booking of Everest Expedition South-East route Nepal side in 2020 to qualified climbers from around the world. We accept a maximum of 8 climbers in a group so hurry and be prepared to make your dream come true to stand on the top of the world to be a hero of adventure journey in the world.