FAQs Everest Expedition

Who can climb Mount Everest?

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 icefall, long duration of climbing and many other 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, and time can obviously make it successful. The simple reason after this is; we are a very professional and effective organizer in all rounds.

What is the best time of year to climb Mount Everest?

There are two distinct trekking and climbing seasons in Nepal. The best months to climb to Mount Everest are pre-monsoon April through May and post-monsoon August through October.  If you are available following times, we highly recommend you organize the Everest expedition in the climbing season from the late March till the of the expedition (the end of May) in the Spring season Those months are warm and stable weather. During the climbing season, the Everest Base Camp is full of trekkers and climbers. It is a little bit overcrowded of trekkers and climbers; however, it is a really good time for climbers.

How long does it take to do Mount Everest's expedition?

For the keen adventurer, it doesn’t matter how long does it take to do Everest 29,029 ft (8,848 meters) but yes, it is extremely challenging strenuously difficult. The Everest expedition can be done within 60 to 70 days. If you are physical fitness, well acclimatized and will have favorable weather during the climbing. No worry if you are a beginner climber or you are a general level of fitness climber, you can always do Everet. But you must consider having acclimatization days to adjust the unfamiliar thin air surroundings.

How about accommodation for the Everest expedition?

The period of trekking we Himalayan Diamond Adventure provide to our clients, a wide range of tourists’ friendly accommodation throughout the trail and including meals and hot drinks. Houses that are at lower elevation offer you better rooms and toilets rather than at a higher altitude. Toilets at these places are almost western-style while at some places there are typical styles.

During the climbing period, 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 a waterproof compact mat with a down-filled mattress for comfort. We provide a carpeted, heated dining hall with luxurious armchairs and a clean fascinating table with solar electricity light that 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.

What kinds of documents do I need for the Everest expedition?

Valid passport, 2 extra passport size photos, airline tickets.

Separate photocopies of passport, visa form (easily obtained at Kathmandu airport), proof of insurance.

Dollars or Euros in cash for purchasing Nepalese visa at Kathmandu airport, for paying for restaurants and hotels, for gratuities, snacks, and to purchase your own drinks and gifts.

Credit cards, Bank/ATM/Cash machine cards for withdrawing funds from cash machines (bring a photocopy of your cards), traveler's checks, etc.

What kinds of travel insurance do I need it?

Travel insurance protects travelers in case of emergency or interruption of an expedition:

During times of emergencies like acute mount sickness (AMS) or a natural calamity, you might have to be immediately deported in a helicopter. The cost of such deportation is covered by health insurance that needs to be purchased before you start the expedition. Consult any travel agency regarding the purchase of insurance. They should guide you through it. Make sure you do not start the trip without it. The insurance policy should be covered the Helicopter rescue evacuation, up to 7,000 meters and medical hospitalization and accident.

What kind of equipment and gears do I need for the Everest expedition?

There is a checklist of personal gears and equipment for climbers. We highly recommend you bring along with you only the Union of International Alpinist Association (UIAA) tested one, for mountaineering concerning the safety majority. We ensure that only trustworthy and comfort equipment make more sense to grab achievement.  You can go over our Travel Advice where you can have information in detail. Equipment and Gears Check List 2020 to 2021

What is like 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 a waterproof compact mat with a down-filled mattress for comfort. We provide a carpeted, heated dining hall with luxurious armchairs and a clean fascinating table with solar electricity light that 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 the rest of the base camp staffs has their own sharing two men tent. We have a well-trained expedition chef at base camp to cater to the great meals and expedition team manager to deal with all the required logistics necessary for a successful expedition.

We serve you fresh vegetables, fresh fruit, fresh meat, and bakery items. Our chef prepares us only hygienic meals with a 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 the kitchen.

Can I learn mountaineering skills on Everest Base Camp?

The guide or group leader instructs you lot in the Everest Base Camp time before going on to the higher Camps. The guide tips you very important climbing techniques, like a walk on ladders and on blue ice, Jumaring, Active rappelling (Up sailing), and Safety placement, use of Oxygen and mask and regulator proper arrange of gears and equipment while climbing and use of proper climbing gears.

How Much Does It Cost to Climb Mount Everest?

How much does it cost to climb Everest? This is probably the most popular question. Everest is not the place to save money. There are real costs involved, and you could be putting yourself in danger by skimping. We ask you $30,000 to $65,000 for a package expedition service for Everest. The expedition cost will be charged according to your service requirements. We do not charge lots of money for very skillful and experienced climbers. The expedition cost depends on your service requirements and physical fitness and climbing experience context of the Mount Everest expedition.