Mt Everest Expedition

USD 45,500
  • Activities
    Mt Everest Expedition
  • Max Elevation
    8848 meters
  • Trip Duration
    66 Days
  • Trip Grade
    Highly Challenging + Adventure
  • Lodging
    Tea House + Camping
  • Meals
    Full board or Base Camp Service
  • Transportation
    Private vehicle & flight
  • Communication
  • Group Size
    Minimum 2
  • Best Season
    Autumn and Spring
  • Per Day Walk
    Approx. 4 - 6 Hours

Trip Highlights of Everest Expedition :

  • Summiting the tallest mountain in the world, Everest (8,849m)
  • Stunning snowy landscapes of surrounding mountains like Cho Oyu, Makalu, Pumori, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Kangtega and many more
  • Rip-roaring journey of both trekking and mountain climbing
  • Everest Base Camp, Kala Patthar and Sagarmatha National Park
  • Cultural variation and Distinct flora and fauna
  • Himalayan lifestyle
  • Vibrant atmosphere and snowy landscapes
  • Immersing in Sherpa’s culture and lifestyle
  • Numerous temples, monuments, and Tengboche monastery
  • Khumbu glaciers and Khumbu icefalls

Trip Introduction :

The Everest expedition is a rip-roaring journey to the summit of Mt. Everest (8,848.86m). Mt. Everest is gigantic and tall as if its peaks are aiming to reach heaven while its wings proliferate across miles. It is located in the northern part of eastern Nepal in the Solukhumbu district of Nepal. Being rich in majestic sightseeing and action-packed journeys, Mt. Everest invites thousands of trekkers, visitors, and mountain climbers throughout the year. This journey takes you to the roof of the world, dispensing the magical beauty of the Himalayan range along with quality experiences of the Himalayan lifestyle.

The Everest Expedition is intense and packed with lively moments along the way. The journey to the top of the world infuses your expedition with a great sense of achievement and self-reflection. The immeasurable beauty of the Himalayan range presents you with magical sights of Everest and its sibling peaks like Lhotse Sar, Nuptse, Changtse, Cho Oyu, Ama Dablam, Makalu, and many more. The aerial view of the stunning landscapes along your expedition fuels your enthusiasm while soothing your soul, and conquering ultimate mountain adventure pervades your senses with a stirring atmosphere. Along the way, the forthcoming challenges compete with your sheer determination and enthusiasm, which makes your journey more intense and stimulating.

Mt. Everest is the tallest mountain in the world and viewing the world by standing at the top of the world is a once-in-lifetime experience. For centuries, many have attempted climbing to the summit of the Everest out of which the summit by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa managed to be the first successful summit to the top of Everest on May 29, 1953. This ultimate mountaineering adventure invites many people to immerse in its thrilling adventure, as conquering the Everest Expedition results in surpassing your own strength and limits. Everest Expedition is for experienced and adventurous mountain climbers. Unlike a walk to the park, this adventure demands physical strength, mental stability, pure determination, flexibility, and overall fitness. While it may be challenging for beginners with no prior experience in trekking and climbing, it demands necessary preparation before heading for mountain climbing.

This journey is lively and takes you through a series of mountain ranges along with the diverse cultural aspects of the local villagers. Along the way, you’ll encounter many sights like soaring rivers, gushing waterfalls, staggering glaciers, icefalls, and glimpses of majestic lakes while letting you immerse in the local cultures and Sherpa settlements. Everest Expedition is the journey of about 66 days to the summit of Mt. Everest which comes along with numerous challenges along the way.

Trekking through the lap of mountains and climbing up to the height of Everest is a stirring adventure. While there are multiple options to enjoy the breathtaking view of the massive Everest region through Everest Base Camp Trek and Everest Base Camp Heli tour, summitting Everest presents you with transparent views up close and packs your adventure with an exhilarating and wonderful experience. Therefore, take your time to research and analyze the necessary preparations for summitting Everest and seek a magical and energetic adventure to the roof of the world via the Everest Expedition.

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  • Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu (1400m)

    Kathmandu Elevation: 1400m

    After your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport, our team will pick you up and transfer you to a cozy hotel. You’ll spend your first day sightseeing some local places and trying some local cuisines. Our team will also help you with your check-in procedure. We ensure that you’ll have a comfortable time and provide you with the necessary information regarding your adventure to the Everest Expedition.

  • Day 02: Preparation Day
    On 2nd day of your Everest Expedition, you’ll visit some cultural heritage sites of Kathmandu Valley like Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, and Pashupatinath. You can explore local places while also trying delicious Newari foods. Depending on your time of arrival, you might also be lucky to explore local culture and traditions. After your visit to such places, you’ll be looking after the necessary gear and equipment for your adventure to Everest. Along with that, you’ll be meeting the expedition leader and guides, and all the necessary procedures regarding your adventure will be completed by today.
  • Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla (2800m) and Trek to Phakding (2610m)

    Kathmandu Elevation: 1400m

    Lukla Elevation: 2800m

    Elevation gain: 1400m

    Flight duration: 45 minutes

    Trek duration: 3-4 hrs

    This day, you’ll be received by our representative from your respective hotel and transferred to the domestic terminal of Tribhuvan International Airport. From there, you’ll catch a flight to Lukla. Lukla is located in eastern Nepal and it takes around 40-45 minutes to reach there. On the way to Lukla, you’ll be flying over Kathmandu Valley along with magical glimpses of highest peaks. This flight kicks your journey with outstanding aerial views of different hills, heritage sites, monuments, and local settlements.

    With giving rise to your enthusiasm through birds eye views of mountainous landscapes and thrilling landing at Lukla airport, we continue our trek towards Phakding. The trekking journey to Phakding goes along the Dudh Koshi River and numerous Mani walls. Your Everest Expedition has just begun and the views from Phakding are magnificent. You’ll be spending your night at one of the finest teahouses in Phakding.

  • Day 04: Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3440m)

    Phakding Elevation: 2610m

    Namche Bazaar Elevation: 3440m

    Elevation gain: 830m

    Trek duration: 5-6 hrs

    The real trek begins from now onwards, as you’ll have to pass through rugged trails while ascending up hill. After your early morning breakfast, you’ll be trekking towards Namche Bazaar with sightseeing rivers and suspension bridge. We then arrive at Sagarmatha National Park, where we’ll be paying the entry fee for registration. Sagarmatha National Park serves glimpses of distinct flora like Pine, Fir, Juniper, Rhododendron, etc, along with numerous sights of distinct fauna like Himalayan Tahr, Musk deer, Red Panda, Snow leopard, and many more. After our registration, we move along the trails with sightseeing soaring Dudh Koshi and Bhotekoshi Rivers. From there, we ascend uphill for a few hours and finally reach Namche Bazaar. We’ll be spending our night in teahouses at Namche Bazaar.

  • Day 05: Acclimatization at Namche Bazaar

    Acclimatization is necessary when you’re ascending in altitude. Your body needs to adapt to changes in atmospheric pressure and decreased oxygen levels. By today, we have reached an altitude of 3440m, and we’ll be acclimatizing at Namche Bazaar. While this may be your rest day, you can still wander around and explore local settlements. Namche Bazaar is famous for homemade yak cheese and butter which you can try and delve into the local village. Villagers of this region are warm-hearted and shall welcome you with warm hospitality. Namche Bazaar also serves a panoramic view of snowy mountainous peaks.

  • Day 06: Trek to Tengboche (3867m) from Namche Bazaar

    Namche Bazaar Elevation: 3440m

    Tengboche Elevation: 3867m

    Elevation gain: 227m

    Trek duration: 5-6 hrs

    After your early morning breakfast, you’ll be heading for Tengboche. Today’s trek is moderate and easy, as you’ll be ascending by only 400m. Rest day at Namche Bazaar helps you a lot in adapting to the higher Himalayan region. Today, we pass along the Khumjung community and Mongla Pass. The trek will be around 5-6 hours until we reach Tengboche, where we will be spending our night. Also, Tengboche serves you excellent views of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam and many more. The next trek continues towards Dingboche the next morning.

  • Day 07: Trek to Dingboche (4260m) from Tengboche

    Tengboche Elevation: 3867m

    Dingboche Elevation: 4260m

    Elevation gain: 393m

    Trek duration: 5-6 hrs

    Today, we’ll be passing through lush forests and village settlements. The hike takes you through a series of rugged trails, but the trek is easy as we won’t be ascending much. It takes around 5-6 hours of trekking to reach Dingboche. Dingboche is popular stopover duirng Everest Base Camp Trek and Everest Expedition as it serves you magnificent views of Mt. Lhotse and Makalu. This lace also acts as midpoint or gateway to many other peak climbing.

  • Day 08: Trek from Dingboche to Lobuche (4930m)

    Dingboche Elevation: 4260m

    Lobuche Elevation: 4930m

    Elevation gain: 670m

    Trek duration: 5-6 hrs

    This day marks challenges along the way as you’ll be heading towards Lobuche with 5-6 hours of trek while ascending uphill. We travel through trails until crossing the river through a suspension bridge. Following a clearly marked path, we will ascend the lateral moraine on the north face of the glacier and pass by several stone memorials honoring climbers who lost their lives during the nearby peak expedition efforts. We finally reach Lobuche and spend our night at the finest lodge.

  • Day 09: Trek from Lobuche to Gorakshep (5180m)

    Lobuche Elevation: 4930m

    Gorakshep Elevation: 5180m

    Elevation gain: 250m

    Trek duration: 4-5 hrs

    This day, you’ll be heading to Gorakshep after your early morning breakfast at Lobuche. The journey is taken care with ascending at a steady pace to provide you stunning views and letting your body adapt to the change in environment. We’ll climb up valley along the rocky trails until finally reaching Gorakshep, the flat field beneath Kala Patthar. Trekking towards Gorakshep is fun as it provides stunning views of Himalayas.

  • Day 10: Trek to Kala Patthar (5545m) and back to Gorakshep

    Gorakshep Elevation: 5180m

    Kala Patthar Elevation: 5545m

    Elevation gain: 365m

    Trek duration: 5-6 hrs

    This day marks an important day as you’ll be trekking towards Base camp (5,364m) and Kala Patthar (5,545m). These are the highest point of Everest Base Camp Trek, and further from here, you’ll be climbing Mt. Everest. Our expedition journey is coming closer, and the beautiful day summons the magnificent views of the gigantic mountain range. We’ll be ascending towards Kala Pathhar in the early morning to catch a breathtaking sunrise, glancing upon the snowy mountains. The sunrise view of Mt. Everest is outstanding, along with vibrant glimpses of other snowy peaks like Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Ama Dablam, Pumori, and many more.

    Firstly, you’ll be trekking towards Kala Patthar to relish the beauty of the mountains. After completion of quality time spent with nature, we trek back to Gorakshep and head towards Base Camp. Today, we’ll be camping at Base Camp to spend our night under the bright full of stars.

  • Day 11-13: Acclimatization at Everest Base Camp

    Acclimatization is crucial after we’ve reached an altitude of over 5000m. Your body needs rest and time in the thin atmosphere of the upper region. For about 3 days, we’ll be spending at Base Camp acclimatizing and practicing physical exercises. You’ll also learn the proper use of Gear and equipment while taking climbing lessons from Sherpas. Health conditions will be monitored, and you’ll be consuming a healthy diet during these days. These days mark the preparation time for your Everest Expedition.

  • Day 14-60: Expedition to Mt. Everest (8,849m) and back to Base Camp

    After completely acclimatizing and taking peak climbing practices, we begin our Expedition to Mt. Everest. Mt. Everest is gigantic, and we should not underestimate the upper mountainous regions. After being prepared for the thrilling adventure, we begin our expedition through Khumbu Ice Falls towards Camp I. Camp I is at an altitude of 6100m and is known as the Valley of Silence. Our guides will set the rope and ladders to Camp I and we shall have smooth climbing with no difficulties.

    We’ll be staying at Camp I for days, where we’ll be acclimatizing and practicing climbing skills. After enough acclimatization and honed climbing skills, we head towards Camp II which is at an altitude of 6400m. There won’t be any issue as our sherpa team will take care of setting the rope and ladders. Our crew will also take care of food and camps for accommodation.

    Now, the journey is starting to toughen. After proper acclimatization at Camp II, we’ll climb towards Camp III which is at an altitude of 6800m. You will ascend the mountain’s slopes from the Lhotse Face after several days of uphill and downhill to arrive at Base Camp III. The climb will be moderate but can be challenging if detected in a fluctuation in weather. The journey towards Camp III is moderate, with fewer challenges. Now, as you ascend towards Camp IV, there are more challenges along the way.

    The Camp IV has taken numerous lives of many mountain climbers. Therefore, from now on, it is necessary to be careful while we climb the mountain. It is necessary to stay in a group and maintain a steady pace. Camp IV is at an altitude of 8000m. We’ll be facing challenges from here on, and we’ll have to use oxygen cylinders onwards. The wall leading to the summit from Camp IV is extremely dark and steep. It is important to be attentive as this section of Everest is called the “Death Zone.” After you reach the summit of Mt. Everest, you’ll be astonished by the awe-inspiring beauty of the surroundings. It is the tallest viewpoint of the world, and the heavenly beauty of Everest shall leave you in tranquility. It will reward you with a great sense of achievement and reflect self-growth while marking it as a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

    After the satisfaction of relishing the scenic views from the top of Everest, you’ll descend back to the Base Camp. Descending can be challenging as well but with careful observations and sheer determination, this shall go smoothly. By day 59-60, you’ll reach Base Camp after a rip-roaring adventure to the top of the world.

  • Day 61: Trek from Everest Base Camp to Pheriche

    Base Camp Elevation: 5380m

    Pheriche Elevation: 4371m

    Elevation loss: 1009m

    Trek duration: 5-6 hrs

    After our successful Everest Expedition, we’ll retrace back to Pheriche through the same route we followed before. The magnificent beauty in the high everest region shall leave you stunned forever while you shall relish its beauty through collected experiences. We’ll descend downhill, passing through the trails until we reach Pheriche for our nightstay.

  • Day 62: Trek from Pheriche to Tengboche

    Pheriche Elevation: 4371m

    Tengboche Elevation: 3867m

    Elevation loss: 504m

    Trek duration: 4-5 hrs

    The trek continues after early morning breakfast. Its the same route that we followed while ascending towards Base Camp. Its time to bid farewell to the Everest region and head downhill towards Tengboche. You’ll catch a distant view of the mountain you step foot on and this shall ignite a wonderful experience in the Everest region.

  • Day 63: Trek from Tengboche to Namche Bazaar

    Tengboche Elevation: 3867m

    Namche Bazaar Elevation: 3440m

    Elevation loss: 427m

    Trek duration: 4-5 hrs

    After a night spent at Tengboche, we trek towards Namche Bazaar. The trek will be smooth and easy as we’ll be moving at a steady pace. We will trek some nearby places as well and visit Kyangjuma. Leaving gigantic Himalayan Vistas behind, we shall move along the lush forests and soaring rivers until we reach the famous village of Solukhumbu, Namche Bazaar.

  • Day 64: Trek from Namche Bazaar to Lukla

    Namche Bazaar Elevation: 3440m

    Lukla Elevation: 2800m

    Elevation loss: 640m

    Trek duration: 5-6 hrs

    This day marks the final trekking and expedition day of our Everest Expedition. The adventure was mind-blowing and riveting. Ascending uphill through trekking up until Base Camp and then climbing the tallest mountain in the world is indeed a magical experience. But now it’s time to say goodbye to the mountainous vistas and the local Himalayan region. Alongside DudhKoshi River and local Sherpas settlements, we pass towards Phakding and Monjo. Trek continues through rhododendrons and pine forests along the way, and through continuous descending downhill and ascending uphill, we reach Lukla, where we spend our night.

  • Day 65: Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu

    Flight duration– 45 minutes

    This day is the departure day from Lukla. Today, it’s almost 65 days of the Everest Expedition, and now it’s time to bid farewell to the Everest Expedition. The beauty was magical, and the experience was outstanding. You shall depart the place with picturesque memories of mountains. The naked beauty of Mt. Everest and its sibling peaks shall yearn for you while you shall relish in your nostalgic memory of such a remarkable experience to the top of the world.

    After breakfast, you’ll catch a flight from Lukla to Kathmandu. While the scenic sights of snowy landscapes miss you, you shall still enjoy the distant beauty of those mountainous peaks.

  • Day 66: International Departure

    This is the end of your adventure to the Everest region. The journey was remarkable, and the Everest Expedition presented you with tons of memories and a magnificent time spent. It’s upto you to decide on planning some more adventure treks or visiting some historical places. Our representative will drop you at Tribhuwan International Airport as per your flight schedule, and you shall have a story to share about Everest Expedition to your country and people.

What's included?
  • Airport Arrival Departure transfer as per mentioned in Itinerary
  • 4 Nights stay in Kathmandu with BB Plan
  • All essential ground transportation by Private Vehicle – as mentioned in Itinerary
  • Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu flight
  • Climbing permit for mount Mt. Everest expedition
  • Tea House accommodation during pre-climbing & Post- Climbing journey [Day 4-10 & Day 61-64]
  • Camping accommodation during climbing from Day 11 to Day 60.
  • All meals – Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner during trekking and climbing period
  • Trekking Guide and well-experienced climbing guide
  • Required number of porters, and kitchen staff for camping
  • All essential camping equipment – Dining tent, toilet tent, store tent, table – chair for an expedition
  • Liaison officer
  • All staffs salary, foods, clothing and insurance
  • All essential climbing gears
  • Emergency oxygen-mask & regulator (need to pay as per usages)
  • Solar panel for batteries charging & lighting in base camp
  • Satellite Phone (Need to pay as per usages per minute)
  • Welcome and farewell dinner in Kathmandu
  • All applicable TAX, VAT and necessary paperwork
What's not included?
  • Personal Climbing gear
  • Your climbing insurance
  • Bar and Beverage bills
  • All personal nature expenses
  • TIPS for staffs
  • Refundable garbage deposit

The given rates are per person with guaranteed departure schedules. If the given dates are not appropriate for you, please feel free to contact us for requesting a new dates, we will gladly personalize the itinerary and schedule of the trip that fits for you.

Check our assured departure schedules given below:

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Best time for Everest Expedition

Everest Expedition is an action-packed journey that takes you to the extreme altitude to the summit of Mt. Everest and this journey involves both trekking and mountain climbing. While the trekking starts through the steep ridges and rocky trails leading to dense forests and ascending in altitude, mountain climbing takes you higher than Base Camp and Kala Patthar. Climbing Mt. Everest begins through multiple camps. There are 4 major camps that you’ll be ascending through that are Camp I, Camp II, Camp III, and Camp IV. As there is no saying about the Everest region’s climatic conditions, fluctuating weather may impose challenges along the way during your expedition. There are risks of facing Avalanches, Icefalls, Summit Fever, Crevasses, Exhaustion, and altitude sickness while climbing Everest. Therefore, it is necessary to plan your adventure during a suitable time.

The suitable time for the Everest Expedition is during Spring (March to May). During this time, you’ll relish the beauty of the majestic mountain range with less forthcoming challenges. Spring ensures you a safe and enjoyable experience in the Everest region as the climate is stable during this time with moderate and dry temperatures. During this time, there is less chance of rainfall and snowfall and ultimately blanking out effects of rainfall like slippery tracks and the appearance of blood-sucking insects during your trekking, along with reducing risks of avalanches, icefalls, and crevasses during your expedition. The journey begins from Lukla through trekking, and a clear day summons the transparent beauty of the mountain range until you reach the summit of Everest.

Departure Dates: We have 03rd of April for spring as a fixed departure date for climbing Everest.

With no cloudy and foggy weather, you shall have clear visibility of the surroundings, landslide-prone areas, and stunning snowy landscapes. Moreover, stable weather intensifies the trekking and climbing journey as the temperature during the day ranges from 10-20 degrees Celsius. This saves you from extreme coldness and its effects like hypothermia and frostbite. Furthermore, Spring presents you with a naked, picturesque view of mountains and snowy landscapes. This lets you have an intimate connection with Everest while quenching your thirst for nature’s wonders while reducing the risks of expedition challenges like Avalanches and floods.

While the spring season may provide you with the best deal of summiting Everest with fewer challenges along the way, it is very crucial to understand the fluctuation in the weather of the high Himalayan region. It is always best to take preventive measures, as summiting Everest is no joke. The gigantic mountains feel extending forever as you ascend toward its peak, and this expedition requires a lot of physical strength and sheer determination. Decreased levels of oxygen and changes in atmospheric pressure can impose challenges along the way, which is why it is necessary to be alert during your journey.

Challenges of the Everest Expedition

Extreme Altitude

Everest Expedition takes you to the summit of Mt. Everest through days of adventure. The high Himalayan region is rich in mountainous beauty and Himalayan lifestyle with changes in oxygen level as you ascend. The Everest expedition involves trekking from Lukla to Kala Patthar (the highest point of the Everest Base Camp trek) and climbing from Camp I to the summit of Everest. The journey is challenging yet stirring through routes, climatic conditions and ascending in altitude.

With ascending in altitude, there is a change in atmospheric pressure and oxygen level. And, if the body can’t adapt to such changes, there is a risk of altitude sickness. Altitude sickness, also known as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), varies from mild to extreme depending upon altitude and the body’s adaptation. This can cause nausea, dizziness, headache, and loss of appetite and lasts hours to days. As this expedition takes you over 8000m in altitude, there are also risks of High-altitude pulmonary edema (Hape) and High-altitude cerebral edema (Hace). These are the types of High Altitude Illnesses (HAI) that are caused by extremely low levels of Oxygen. The altitude over 8000m is referred to as the Death Zone as the oxygen concentration is reduced to 40% in this upper region, and this makes it difficult for the human body to receive the required oxygen in the high Himalayan region.

Therefore, the body needs rest days and needs to stay hydrated to not be a victim of any kind of altitude sickness. As this trek takes you to an extreme altitude, acclimatizing, trekking, and climbing at a steady pace is crucial.

Harsh Climatic Conditions

There is no certainty about the climatic conditions of the high Himalayan region. Sudden fluctuations in weather can be seen with numerous challenges and issues along with it. While the trekking can be done in Spring, Monsoon, Autumn, and Winter, the Everest Expedition is available only during Spring. Due to the harsh climatic conditions in Monsoon and Winter, Everest Expedition is not available during that time. The temperature during the day can be moderate, while with weather fluctuations, it can range from -5 to -10 degrees Celsius. In the worst-case scenario, it can even reach –20 degrees Celsius during winter, and extreme coldness poses the risk of hypothermia and frostbite.

Moreover, the fluctuating weather summons foggy and cloudy atmosphere, leading to loss of clear visibility and transparent views of mountains. On top of that, this invites rainfall and snowfall, which lead to slippery tracks and snowy trails along the way. This also invites many insects along the way and delays or postpones the trekking and expedition journey.

While Monsoon and Winter may pose challenges to your Everest Expedition, with careful observation, strength, and willpower, this expedition can be successful. The journey to the summit of Everest is itself action-packed and challenging, and additional challenges due to climatic conditions can affect your overall Everest experience. Harsh climatic conditions have chances of summoning Avalanches, Icefalls, and Crevasses.

Therefore, planning your Everest Expedition during a suitable time when climatic conditions are steady is crucial. This lets you immerse in the magnificent beauty of the Himalayas while providing you with a clear and transparent view. Furthermore, this ensures you a safe and secure journey along with a delightful experience.

Challenging Routes

The routes to Everest can be challenging and demands careful observation. Dividing your attention to the routes while enjoying the magical glimpses of mountains can be less satisfying but with a steady pace, you shall have a secure and blissful journey. Passing through the challenging routes while ascending in altitude can be challenging, but it rewards you with a marvelous experience and a sense of achievement. There are mainly two routes of Everest Expedition, which are The South Col Route of Everest and The Northeast Ridge Route of Everest. The route you’ll be following is “The South Col Route of Everest,” with being relatively safer and easier, and you’ll proceed through after proper acclimatization at Base Camp.

The route to the Base Camp takes you through steep ridges, rocky trails, dense forests and snowy tracks, and the route to the summit of Everest goes through Khumbu Icefalls, Western Cwm, Lhotse Face, and Geneva Spur, finally reaching the South Col. Therefore, it is important to take account of the possible challenges that the routes may pose and take preventive measures for that.

Besides your precise attention, you can pack along some trekking boots and gaiters to help you in your Everest Expedition. Also, planning your adventure during a suitable time shall help in reducing risks that come along with challenging routes. During suitable times when there is no rainfall, the route is clear and less slippery, which eases your trekking performance and ensures you a comfortable journey. The trekking to the lap of mountains is stirring, while the expedition to the top of the world demands attentive observation, a stable mind, dedication, physical strength, persistence, and proper acclimatization. Also, the expedition should be done in a large group, which acts as a motivation to fuel tiredness.

Physical Difficulty

Trekking about 130 km and climbing Mt. Everest from different camps demand strong physical strength and a stable mind. This trek is about 66 days long and takes you through a series of rugged trails while you’re elevating altitude. When ascending higher in altitude, the air becomes thinner, and it makes it harder to breathe. Furthermore, the long hours of trekking uphill and downhill can cause extreme fatigue, back pain, leg pain, and joint pain. If not for a stable and flexible body, this can cause challenges in the body’s adaptation to the environment and affect your overall expedition. Moreover, being a riveting adventure, the Everest Expedition demands technical climbing and has risks of exhaustion, frostbite, Hypoxia, and Snowblind.

On top of that, any sudden weather changes may impose further challenges through heavy rainfall, snowfall, or windstorms. With an increase in your tiredness, you’ll be leaning towards the risk of injuries along the way. The rugged terrain may pose forthcoming obstacles, and if not being a careful observant, this can cause minor injuries. Furthermore, the Everest Expedition takes you to the extreme altitude region where there are no medical facilities and healthcare centers. Therefore, it is crucial to plan your adventure during a suitable time and practice lightweight exercises, yoga, and stretching 3-4 weeks prior to your adventure. This builds your mobility and strength, which will be necessary during your Everest Expedition.

Limited Resources

The high Himalayan region is deprived of standard facilities and medical centers. Therefore, it is important to be aware of the remote areas of the upper Everest region and pack accordingly. There are good accommodation facilities in the Everest region. Accommodations are mainly in teahouses and lodges, but these are limited in the high mountainous region. As the Everest Expedition takes you to the summit of Everest, you’ll be camping along your way with the necessary gear and food carrying along with you. The upper Everest region is remote, with no medical facilities while helicopter rescue is available in case of any emergency. Shortage of any belongings

This proves to be a thrilling adventure that serves you excellent views of the snowy mountains while presenting you with a wonderful experience. It is important to be aware of the limited resources in the upper mountainous region and plan your adventure accordingly.

Mental Strain

One needs to be mentally prepared if he/she decides on a journey to the top of the world. This adventure to the summit of Everest comes along with numerous challenges along the way and before physical strength, one needs to be mentally prepared. The challenges of the Everest Expedition come along with stress, anxiety, and fear during the journey. Furthermore, climatic conditions like rainfall and storms may disturb your peace of mind and has risk of causing summit fever. Therefore, a strong and stable mind and building mental resilience shall help in overcoming any kind of mental stress.

How long does it take to climb Mt. Everest?

The time duration to climb Mt. Everest varies depending upon agencies and weather conditions. However, the estimated time duration is about 2 months or a little more to successfully trek to Base Camp, Climb to the Summit of Everest and retrace back to Lukla.

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Prakash Devkota

Meet with Prakash Chandra Devkota, Managing Director and Team Leader

Mr. Devkota hails from the beautiful hilly region of Gorkha District. He started his career as a guide in 1997 and quickly became a reputed figure in the Tourism Industry because of his extensive experience. He has gathered impressive experience in all Trekking and Climbing Routes, such as Mera, Island, Lobuche, Ama Dablam etc.

His success also lies in his brilliant mind and hospitable nature. He is fully dedicated to providing excellent services and introducing innovative concepts. With more than 15 years of experience in trekking and expedition operations in Nepal, Tibet, India, and Bhutan, he has earned a reputation as a renowned leader in the field. He understands the importance of personalized service for creating memorable experiences for his clients and constantly seeks innovative company operation methods.

Mr. Devkota has always been an avid practitioner of eco-friendly tourism and has always promoted environmental conservation throughout his career. He motivates his staff to embrace eco-friendly tourism through responsible tourism practices.

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