Mt Everest Expedition

  • 64 Days
Price per personUS$3499
We Offer Group Price
No. of peoplePrice P.P
1 - 2 US$ 45990
3 - 5 US$ 39999
6 - 15 US$ 35000
18 April, 2024
$45990 x 2 guests:

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  • Trip Duration64 Days
  • Difficulty LevelVery strenuous
  • Best SeasonMarc and May
  • Max Altitude8848.86 m


Mount Everest is still the ultimate mountaineering adventure. An ultimate achievement any mountain climber can boast of an exciting opportunity for anyone desiring to at the pinnacle of the Earth is one of life's most rewarding experiences, a guided expedition: Climb with our experienced Everest summiteers guides and mountaineers One base camp and four additional higher Camps supported by highly experienced local mountaineers, guides, and crew members Expedition includes acclimatization and cultural trek into the scenic Sherpa heartland of the Khumbu Valley.

Reaching the top of the world is truly a lifetime achievement. Who would not like to be part of this goal to touch the sky and write the name of a history book that will represent many years of upcoming generations to inspire? Of course, every one of us dreams of summiting Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world. Now or never, it is a good time for you to get started on this journey of a lifetime to make history by summating this adorable mountain. Let’s step out to be on top of the world.

Mt Everest climbing has proved to be a benchmark of climbing achievement. Every year, the mountain receives thousands of people attempting both ways from southern Nepal and the northern side from Tibet as Mount Everest stands on the border of Nepal and China (Tibet). Since then, the southern approach to the mountain via the Khumbu Valley has become popular among climbers. Mt. Everest was first submitted in 1953 by Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and Edmund Hillary via the South Col.

Climbing Mt. Everest is certainly a lifetime opportunity. Its luminously crowned snow-capped peak rises boldly against the bright blue skies. It has a massif of peaks that surround it, including Mt. Lhotse (8,516 m/27,940 ft), Mt. Nuptse (7,855 m/25,771 ft), and Mt. Changtse (7,580 m/24,870 ft.)

However, Everest expeditions encounter many seen and unseen obstacles, including high altitude, harsh weather conditions, and even sheer exhaustion. Therefore, we strive hard to conduct the best expedition program, putting high importance on the safety aspects of the climb.

Climbing Everest, which stands at a height of 8848m, is no doubt, it is fairly challenging climbing, but it is not an impossible climb. With the great support and assistance of our experienced climber's guide and porters, the secret to successfully climbing is to have good, knowledgeable guides who know the mountains firsthand.

However, the Everest climb is not as technical as the K2 and Kanchenjunga mountains; it's simply not a piece of cake to climb Everest, even for the veteran mountaineers. Nonetheless, it’s also a true fact that getting down from the summit is a little bit harder than getting to the top due to real objective danger and adjustments in every step of the Everest expedition.

Despite being the highest mountains on planet Earth, the Himalayan range of mountains, including Mt. Everest, is relatively younger than their American and European counterparts like the Andes, the Alps, and the Rockies. Everest has fascinated mountaineers all over the world since European climbers discovered Everest when Tibet was opened to outsiders in the 1920s. During his lecture tour to the U.S. in 1923, George Mallory gave the reason behind his interest in Everest Expeditions, quipping, ‘Because it’s there.

Unfortunately, Mallory and Irvine disappeared high on the mountain in 1924, probably due to a snowstorm similar to that documented by Jon Krakauer in his book Into the Thin Air. We believe that our planning, logistics, staffing, and experience, coupled with your enthusiasm, patience, and perseverance, would help you achieve your lifetime dream.

Best Expedition season

The spring season of March to May is considered the best time for Everest climbing. Spring is also the most popular season for the expedition. The months of April and May and then again in October and November are the classic climbing period. The summer months of monsoon rains and the winter months from December to February are the most unfavorable times not only for this Expedition but also for trekking to other parts of Nepal Himalayas.

Local & Experienced Mountain Leaders and Sherpas:

Being a local trek and expedition company in Nepal, Alpine Ramble Treks (Pvt) (ltd) employs and trains local staff so that the local communities benefit from our adventure operations. However, we never compromise on our high safety and quality standards.

All of our leaders and guides are carefully selected based on their aptitude, experience, and leadership skills. Most of our guides have been working with us continuously for more than 15 years. Our guides are trained for remote emergencies and are well-versed in local politics, culture, and customs. Please check out the personal records of our guides who have scaled Mt. Everest several times, including hundreds of other lesser peaks.

Thus, we guarantee that all our guides, cooks, and other crew members are qualified and experienced professionals who make sure that you're always safe, sound, and happy. Most of our guides are from the Everest region, and they grew up in the mountains and have been schooling about climbing since childhood.


  • Climb with the pioneers of Everest expedition guiding
  • 1:1 Sherpa to climber ratio on summit day and 1:4 ratio of Western Guides
  • No other operator offers so much in the way of resources and personnel to help you achieve success!
  • High flow oxygen package for all team members


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Your expedition of a lifetime begins upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM) where you will be warmly welcomed by some of our representatives from Alpine Ramble and transferred to the hotel. Rest a bit and walk around. In the evening, there will have a welcome dinner with traditional Nepali food and culture shows hosted by Alpine ramble.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 1450 m

Today is an important day as you attend a briefing about the expedition. You will meet your team members, staff, and expedition guides. The Sherpa leader, also known as Sardar, will brief you about the trip in detail. The briefing begins with an introduction of the team members, followed by basic trip details about trekking duration, meals, logistics, acclimatization, landmarks, etc.

Your leader will discuss climbing in detail, such as climb duration, preparation, camping, trekking gear, death-zone, etc. You’ll also discuss the features of South Co. or the standard Everest trail. Later, you can rent or shop for necessary climb gear and equipment. Overnight at the hotel in Kathmandu.

  • Enjoy exclusive conversation and briefing with your teammates and staff.
  • In the evening, enjoy a delicious dinner in one of the finest restaurants in the city with the crew.
  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 1450 m

The day began with a delicious breakfast, and visit the beautiful UNESCO world heritage sites during your Kathamndu valley sightseeing tour, the 4 major temples will be covered for today's city tour in Kathmandu,

  • Visit Swoyembunath (Monkey temple) Stupa.
  • Visit Pashupati Nath
  • Visit Baudhnatha Stupa
  • Visit Bashanta durbar square 
  • Hotel
  • 4 hrs
  • Breakfast
  • 1450

The day begins early as we leave the hotel in Kathmandu and drive to the domestic airport to board on our scenic 30-min flight to Lukla. This is one of the most beautiful air journeys in the world. During the short flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, you will catch the serene view of the surrounding mountains and lush forested hills from the flight.

Upon arrival, you’ll enjoy your breakfast at one of the restaurants in Lukla with all your locals and climber crews. Then we start our trek towards Phakding,  Leaving Lukla, passing through remote villages, primeval forests, and mountain scenes along Dudh Koshi River then we reach a little Sherpa town of Phakding, Overnight in Phakding.

  • Enjoy a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, with the views of the majestic mountains
  • Enjoy the first-day trekking towards Phakding along the pristine Dudh Koshi River and walk past many traditional Sherpa settlements and lush forest,

  • Tea house
  • 4 hrs
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 2650 m

The day began with breakfast,  today is a long hike to Namche Bazar in caparison to the first day of the hike that takes relatively around 6 hours following the beautiful local sherpa settlements, passing through the lush forest, suspension bridges, and gorgeous waterfalls with the outstanding overlooking views of Thamserku, Kangtega, and man more, Also we will get our first look at Mt. Everest and Lhotse before reaching the beautiful Sherpa town of Namche. Overnight at Lodge.

  • Check-in and Explore Sagarmatha National Park, and the first UNESCO designated Himalayan National park in Nepal.
  • Enjoy the majestic sighs of Kongde Ri Peak, Ama Dablam, Everest, Lhotse, and many more.
  • Explore the lifestyle, culture, occupation, and cuisines of the Sherpa tribe. Sherpa is one of the Himalayan tribes in Nepal.
  • Tea House
  • 6 hrs
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 3440 m

It is important to have a couple of nights and a rest day in Namche before proceeding any higher. You can spend the day taking short walks up to Thami or Khumjung, visiting the Everest, Ama Dablam, and Pumori viewpoints, or just relaxing and exploring the narrow streets of this busy Sherpa capital. 

  • Tea Hose
  • 2 hrs
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 3700 m (Everest view hotel)

This day takes us to the highest Buddhist monastery in the world at Tengboche. It overlooks Mt. Everest, creating a very serene and peaceful setting in order to meditate and uplift spiritually.

  • Tea House
  • 5 hrs
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 3980 m

This day we reach about half the elevation of Mt. Everest as we move toward the village of Dingboche. The early morning offers a great view of the sunrise over Tengboche and Mt. Everest. We pass through fewer Sherpa villages as we make our way toward Everest.

  • Tea House
  • 5 hrs
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 4410 m

Today is another day of adjusting to the higher elevations. There will be a hike to Mera Peak (elev. 5,300 m/17,388 ft) where we will be met with a breathtaking view of the highest peaks in the world.

  • Tea House
  • 2 hrs
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 5180m

The trail turns northward as it continues to gain elevation in our quest toward Everest. We are surrounded by glaciers on both sides of the trail as we pass upwards. On the way will be an overlook of Chola Tsho, an incredibly blue mountain lake at 4590 m (15,059 ft.). Ringed by several tall peaks, the lake sparkles in the sunlight. The trail will pass over Thorka Pass (elev. 4830 m) and along Khumbu Glacier to our stop for the night at Lobuche.

  • Tea House
  • 4 hrs
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 4950 m

The trail is now nestled between two glaciers: Khumbu and Lobuche. From this part of the trail, we are offered fantastic views of Mt. Everest as it continues to get closer as we walk on. Our destination is the village of Gorakshep, which is near both the old and new Everest Base Camp.

  • Tea house
  • 2 hrs
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 5180 m

This is the day when we leave the hotels behind and now begin to prepare for climbing. It's now to tents and more like what the early climbers experienced. We arrive at Everest Base camp and prepare for the climb. The high peaks that make up the mountain range around Everest are in close proximity to us. At Base Camp, we set up our tents and prepare for climbing.

  • Tent
  • 2 hrs trekking
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 5364 m

This day we rest some as we acclimatize to the higher elevation. We also check equipment; make sure everything is in order one last time before we set off on the journey to the top of the world. There is plenty to do as we prepare for this great climb up the mountain.

    This is what you have come for, and what a trip. It will take about one month to climb Mt. Everest as we stop several times to rest and acclimatize. It is best to climb slowly, even with oxygen. The higher air is thin, but with slow climbing and determination, you can do it. This is where experienced guides make a big difference. Because of our experience, we know the route and the best way to deal with any problems that may arise. The return trip takes far less time, but we move just as cautiously. The thrill of the adventure is combined with safety for our people. We will return to Everest Base Camp on day 57.

    • Tent
    • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • 88848 m

     This is a day of rest. We pack up the tents that have been our home for 43 days and stow away equipment. This will be our last night in the tents as we also clean up around Everest Base Camp. Everyone who camps here is required help keep it clean in order to maintain the pristine environment. DAY 59 – Everest Base Camp to Pheriche (elev. 4200 m/13,779 ft.) – The return journey is faster as we are going downhill almost all the way. Our journey is to the mountain village of Pheriche. We pass familiar glaciers along the way. Tonight we stay for the first time in a hotel where we rest in a real bed and a hot water shower.

    • Tea house
    • 5 hrs
    • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • 4130m

    Reaching Namche Bazaar will make you feel as if you have returned to civilization. There's the internet, ATM machines, and many items for sale that you only dreamed about when you were up on the mountain. Namche Bazaar may be the principal village of the Everest region, but it hasn't lost its charm in this modern world. Enjoy the bazaar, relax with a cup of real coffee or tea and enjoy a well-earned evening on the town.

    • Tea house
    • 5 hrs
    • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • 3440 m

    This is the last night in the Everest region and the last day of trekking. Once you reach Lukla, it's the end of the trail, and rest those tired feet.

    • Tea House
    • 6 hrs
    • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • 2890

    It's a short flight back to Kathmandu. From the comfort of your seat, you can look to the northeast and smile at Mt. Everest, knowing that you are one of the lucky few to have conquered it. Tonight, relax, rest in your hotel, take a hot shower and celebrate!

    • Hotel
    • 35 m
    • Breakfast
    • 1450 m

    It's a free day in the city to do as you would like. Rest, sightsee, take in the World Heritage Sites, it's up to you. You can also do some shopping for souvenirs. In the evening, enjoy a Farewell Dinner where you and your fellow climbers can toast one another as the newest victorious climbers of the world's highest mountain!

        All good things must come to an end, and your journey to Mt. Everest is no exception. Now that you've conquered the world's highest peak, why not try some of the other high mountains here in Nepal. Our country is home to eight of the 14 highest peaks in the world. You may have climbed the tallest, but you can always try your hand at some of the others. Nepal offers much in the way of vacations, getaways, and expeditions. Let Alpine Ramble plan your next expedition to the mountain world of Nepal!

          Trip inclusion

          Everest Expedition Cost Inclusion

          • Airport transportation.
          • 06 nights hotel accommodation in Kathmandu on B/B plan.
          • All domestic airfare with the airport tax.
          • Everest Summiters Climbing Sherpa (01 Sherpa: 01 Climber).
          • Everest Expedition peak permit fee and all government taxes.
          • National Park Entrance fees.
          • Khumbu Icefall route fees.
          • Full board high altitude meal while trekking to base camp and climbing Everest
          • Liaison officer with all his expenses as included on climb Everest cost.
          • Well-experienced Climbing guide and porters with their equipment, daily wages, food, insurance
          • Base camp cook, cook helper, and Base camp Leader and Manager.
          • All necessary camping and kitchen equipment provided including base camp tents, dining tent with table and backrest chair, kitchen with all utensils, toilet with commode.
          • Oxygen with regulator and mask for emergency for medical purposes.
          • High Altitude New member and Sherpa tent.
          • EPI gas and burner for the high climb.
          • Gamow bag / Portable Altitude Chamber (PAC).
          • All necessary climbing Everest hardware group equipment.
          • Satellite Phone in case of emergency.
          • Medical and personal insurance of any kind.
          • Nepal entry visa fees and international airfare
          • The main meal in Kathmandu.
          • Expedition personal equipment and climbing gears.
          • Tips, summit bonus and personal nature expenses  of any kinds not mentioned on climb Everest cost above

          Trip Info


          We provide all camping equipment and gear, including tents, dining, toilet, and Kitchen tents. At base camp, we have a large mess tent equipped with all necessary kitchen gadgets, including stoves, tables, and chairs. Meals are prepared by our trained and experienced expedition cooks. We make it sure that the food we provide is hygienic and at the same time suits your palate.

          We offer all varieties of food including continental and local Nepali/Tibetan items. Breakfast includes porridge, egg, bread, etc. Some of the items in the lunch include rice, lentils, beans, green vegetables, chapattis, bread, and tinned meat and fish items. Fresh or tinned fruit and tea or coffees make the desserts. For the main meal, you can choose your own menu - either local or western varieties. Local varieties include the local Dal Bhat, yak stew, momo to the western burgers, pastas, sandwiches, and pizzas.

          During the actual mountain climbing, we mostly use dry or dehydrated foods, including chocolate, cheese, nuts, and muesli items.

          Insurance coverage that includes rescue, evacuation, and other medical conditions is mandatory for all participants. Please note that we would require a copy of your insurance coverage prior to your departure. We do not do your insurance here in Nepal so you better have your own insurance from your home country. Please remember that in case of emergency evacuation, the helicopter company will charge you US$ 2500/- per hour for their service, and from base camp to Kathmandu is estimated at 3.5 hours, which means about US$ 8750/-  

          Accommodation During Mount Everest Expedition

          During this trekking, accommodation will be provided in 3-star hotels in Kathmandu. And thru expedition, accommodation will be offered in tea houses, lodges, and camping.

          Food During Mount Everest Expedition

          During Mount Everest Expedition, different Nepali and Tibetan food is available. Some are Dal Bhat (Rice and lentils), noodles, potatoes, soup, pancakes, eggs, pasta, Tibetan bread, porridge, cereal, tea, yak steaks, cheese and cheese sauces, garlic soup, roti, naan, Dumplings (momo), and so on. These dishes are offered with energy-giving nutritious liberals such as garlic, ginger, spinach, and chili.

          Group: For Mount Everest Expedition, it is recommended to have a smaller group as far as possible. The requirement specifies a minimum of 2 people and a maximum of 8 people. For this trekking journey, a minimum of group of members leads to greater experience. It is best for you to manage your own group with people of similar ideology, or you can also consult with a trekking company to manage a team and the whole journey. Well-experienced, linguistic, and cherishing guides and porters will be provided to you to aid you to procure as much information as you desire.

          Tips for Mount Everest Expedition

          • Carry appropriate trekking gear
          • Carry light snacks (like muesli, chocolates, chips, nuts, etc.) with you to balance energy/sugar levels in the body.
          • Stay hydrated i.e., drink lots of water to boost your metabolism
          • Have some physical fitness training to boast modest ascends and descends
          • Do not rush; hence, be calm during the trek
          • Follow the footsteps of guides to discern more about the place
          • Follow trekking rules and regulations for a successful trek
          • Avoid drinking alcoholic beverages as much as possible, but for some alcohol habitual trekkers, a couple of pegs is acceptable to keep sense still
          • Health problems such as asthma, altitude sickness, sheer exhaustion, avalanches, and vertigo may strike, so take proper care of it
          • Mark-on the favorable seasons for extra-ordinary experience


          Homesick: We love our family the most. It’s hard to be apart from family for a long time. But making the family members our weakness is the ‘must avoid’ mantra for the trek like this. People involved in this condition will not be able to complete the venture properly.

          Negligence: Towards rules and regulations: Not following all the rules and regulations provided by leaders, guides, and locals before and during trek lead to an unsuccessful trek.

          No previous experience: Trekking for 10 hours a day (approximately) is not a cup of tea. This trek is hard to accomplish even for experienced people because of the high chances of occurrence of unpredicted and unexpected events.

          Drinks: Drinking alcohol-containing beverages should be avoided as much as possible. But for some alcohol habitual trekkers, it is recommended to take only a couple of pegs in order to keep our senses still.

          Lack of oxygen (altitude sickness)

          Health problems: People having a health problem like vertigo, asthma should not try this trek.


          A full detailed kit list will be issued to expedition members with suggestions on current manufacturers and models where required.

          High altitude double boots for above Camp 2
          Alpine boots for up to Camp 2
          Base Camp boots
          Casual Shoes
          Crampons 12 point
          Socks - thick woolen ones and hiking

          Neoprene facemask
          Balaclava or buffs
          White sunhat with neck cover
          Goggles with 100% UV lens
          Sunglasses with 100% UV lens
          Woolly hats
          Climbing helmet

          Windstopper gloves and fleece gloves
          Down mitts - heavyweight and lightweight
          Liner gloves

          SPF40 Sunscreen
          Dermatone high-altitude suncream
          SPF25 lip cream
          Moisturizing cream
          Lip salve

          Base Layer
          Thermals top and bottoms, thin and thick

          Mid layer
          Fleece bottoms
          Fleece tops
          Gilet or light down jacket
          Hiking clothes

          Outer layer
          Down jacket - heavy-duty
          Down trousers (or a complete down suit)
          Windproof trousers and jacket, or salopettes

          Ice Axe
          'Cows tail' with jumar and safety karabiner
          Descender (figure of 8 easiest)
          Selection screwgate karabiners
          Selection long and short slings

          90-liter rucksack
          45-liter daysack
          Large duffle bag
          Many stuff sacks and dry bags

          5-season down sleeping bag (above BC)
          4 season down/synthetic sleeping bag (BC)
          1 litre metal flasks
          Nalgene water bottles with insulating cover
          Rucksack cover
          Headtorch with batteries, high quality (and spare headtorch)
          Walking poles
          Closed-cell sleeping mat
          Thermos food flask
          Thermal mug
          Titanium spork
          Box of repair kits
          Pee bottle
          Alarm clock
          Personal first aid kit - details provided
          Wash kit