Everest Expedition

Mt. Everest, the highest mountain on Earth called appropriately in Nepali Sagarmatha 'Sky Mother' and Chomolungma in Tibetan straddles the border of these two nations. First official measurement was conducted in 1856 during the Great Trigonometric survey of British India. Known then as peak XV was certified at 8840m. With a simple technology and the distance from the mountain, the height was determined with really phenomenal accuracy and only 8m off from current value of 8848m. The name Everest was chosen to honour British Surveyor General of India Sir George Everest. Tibet and Nepal were closed to foreigners, so it is reasonable to assume that local names of the mountain were unknown. It was lucky that the tallest mountain was not named after an unaccomplished politician or a royal.


Everest is a climbing pinnacle to everyone from accomplished climber to an inexperienced but wealthy tourist being taken to the summit for a substantial fee by a professional mountain guide with a team of climbing Sherpa guides. The climbing royalty fee of U$25,000 forms a substantial source of tourist revenue for the government of Nepal, for whom Himalayas are a substantial natural resource due to lack of any substantial mineral resources. There are two commercial routes on Everest, south route via Southeast Ridge from Nepal and via North Ridge from Tibet.


The Chinese royalty is lower then Nepalese but the climb from Nepal via Khumbu icefall is extremely spectacular and sheltered from winds up to camp 4 at South Col making climbing much easier and much more pleasant. It is along Western Cwm (it is Welsh word pronounced 'coom'; it means cirque or bowl shaped valley) well sheltered from winds and very hot on sunny windless day, called also a Valley of Silence.

Itinerary Details of Everest Expedition Northside

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu Airporty & transfer to hotel(1350m)

Day 02-03: Rest and prepare day for assignment & briefing.

Day 04: Early in the morning drive from Kathmandu to kodari Border (720m) after immigration formalities you may cross border and then Drive Zhangmu(1600m), over night in Hotel.

Day 05: Drive from Zhangmu to Naylam(3700m) which takes two hours drive by land coursers jeep over night in Hotel.

Day 06: Rest Day in Naylam for Acclimatization

Day 07: Drive from Naylam to Tingri (4300m) which takes about four hours over night in hotel.

Day 08: Rest Day at Tingri for Acclimatization

Day 09: After break fast drive from Tingri to Chinese Base Camp(5200m) which takes about four hours drive.

Day 10-12: Rest and acclimatization in Chinese Base Camp (5200m). to prepare and arrange yaks to go to Advance base camp.

Day 13: Trek from Chinese Base Camp to Middle Camp (5700m) which takes about five hours. over night in Camp.

Day 14: Trek from Middle Camp to Advance Base Camp of Everest (6400m.) Prepare camp overnight in Camp

Day 15-60: Climbing Period (summit Period of Mt. Everest 8848m)

Day 61: Preparation to returning(Clean Base Camp) and trek to Chinese base camp(5200m)

Day 62: Clean Chinese Base Camp then Drive from Chinese Base Camp to Tingri(4200m) which takes about four hours.

Day 63: Drive from Tingri to Zhanmu(1600m) which takes about six hours over night in hotel.

Day 64: Early in the morning Drive from Zhanmu to Kodari Border and after immigration formalities from china side, we may collect Nepal visa from Nepal side and then drive to Kathmandu transfer to hotel.

Day 65: Leisure Day and shopping in Kathmandu.

Day 66: Full Day sightseeing in Kathmandu valley (DurbarSquare, Swoyambhunath, Boudhanath & Pashupatinath) and Nepalese cultural program with farewell dinner in the evening.

Day 67: Final departure ,or alternative Join other activities



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