| Everest South Col Expedition
peak, 29,028 ft (8,848 m) high, on the border of Nepal and
Tibet, in the central Himalayas lies in Nepal. It is the
highest elevation in the world, called Sagarmatha ("Goddess of
the Sky") in Nepal and Chomolungma ("Goddess Mother of the
World") in Tibet. It is named in English and received its
official name in 1865 in honor of Sir George Everest, the
British Surveyor General (1790–1866, British surveyor, b.
Breconshire, Wales, UK) Worked on the trigonometrically survey
in India from 1806 to 1843 who had mapped the Indian
He had some reservations about having his name
bestowed on the peak, arguing that the mountain should retain
its local appellation, the standard policy of geographical
societies. He became superintendent of the survey in 1823 and
surveyor general of India in 1830. He was knighted in 1861. It was first
climbed on May 29, 1953, when Sir Edmund Hillary from New
Zealand and Tenzing Norgay from Nepal reached the summit.
DAY 01 Arrival
Kathmandu, transfer to hotel on B/B
DAY 02 Kathmandu free day
Kathmandu - Final Preparation for the expedition.
DAY 04 Flight: Kathmandu-Lukla,
and trek to Phakding.
DAY 05 Namche
DAY 06 Rest Day at Namche
DAY 07 Trek to Tengboche
DAY 08 Trek to Dinbboche
DAY 09 Trek to Lobuche
DAY 10 Trek to Everest base
DAY 11-52 Climbing period
DAY 53 Everest base camp to
DAY 54 Trek to Tengboche
DAY 55 Trek to Khumjung
DAY 56 Trek to Manju
DAY 57 Trek to Lukla
DAY 58 Flight Lukla to Kathmandu
DAY 59 Rest day in Kathmandu
DAY 60 Departure
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The Service includes:
- Peak permit fee.
- humbu Ice Fall route fee. The ice fall route
will be fixed by another team and Eco Trek will pay money in
order to use the route which will be maintained by their
Sherpa staff trough out the expedition.
- Accommodation in Kathmandu at a tourist class
hotel on bed & breakfast plan for a maximum of 6 nights,
before or after the expedition.
- Airfare Kathmandu - Lukla - Kathmandu for
member, staffs and Liaison Officer.
- Transport as per itinerary for members, staff
and Liaison Officer.
- Transportation of all food and climbing
equipments to base camp and back.
- Full board during the trekking, base camp and
- All kitchen equipments; kitchen tent, dining
tent, toilet tent, shower tent, chairs and tables at the
- Generator or Solar panel at base camp for power
- Gamow bag at the base camp. For use only and
- Cook and kitchen boys at the base camp.
- Base camp tents for members and staff.
- Sleeping tents at high camps for members and
Sherpas. (North Face) One high altitude Sherpa to carry all
food, materials to higher camps. Also to help the member
during climbing and summit attempt.
- Common climbing equipments, such as fixed
ropes, main ropes, snow bars, ice screws, pitons, etc.
- Five bottles of oxygen (3 Liter) per member,
mask and regulator, for use only. (Poisk Oxygen System)
- Three bottles of oxygen per high altitude
Sherpa with mask and regulator, for use only.
- Equipment allowance, wages and insurance for
base camp staff, Sherpas and Liaison Officer.
- Custom duties, import license fee for
- Sagarmatha National Park entrance fee.
- Visa extension.
- Local transport in Kathmandu as per itinerary.
- Helicopter rescue insurance for Nepalese staff
- Agency service charge.
- Garbage deposit fee.
The Service excludes:
- Airfare from / to your country.
- Nepal entry visa fee. (can be obtained at the
airport upon arrival)
- Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
- Hotel after 6 night stay in Kathmandu.
- Personal climbing gear above base camp.
- Personal insurance such as travel, accident,
medical and emergency evacuation.
- International airport departure tax, tourist
- Expenses of personal nature such as drinks,
laundry, postage, telephone and Email, etc.
- Tips and bonuses.
- Garbage fee. (refundable)
- EXTRA: Climbing and Summit bonus for Sherpa.
The bonus is fixed as per climbing / working performance of
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