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Trip Overview

Mount Amadablam(6812 Mtr) is one of the most beautiful peaks in the world one of the superior choices for mountaineers and the most impressive mountains in the world. It lies in the home of Mount Everest in the Khumbu region to the south of Mount Everest and Mount Lhotse. The expedition to Mount Amadablam offers a superb, technical climbing experience in a magnificent setting, with numerous cultural and scenic diversions. It was first submitted in 1961 since then every year it has been frequently climbed. The most popular route by far is the Southwest Ridge.


  • Various historical and cultural ancient Gombas, Monasteries, Chortens (Stupas) and mani wall
  • Trekking and mountaineering
  • Flight to and from Lukla with beautiful Himalayan range
  • Summit of Amadablam (6812 Mtr/22344 Ft)

Trip Itinerary

Day 1

Our airport representative with a name board will come to welcome you to the airport and transfer you to the hotel. You will be notified that we have a  welcome dinner in a typical Nepali restaurant with Nepali cultural dances.

Day 2

After breakfast, our city tour guide with a luxury vehicle will come to pick you up for the city sightseeing of some UNESCO world heritage sites for half a day. After that, we will have a full briefing about the expedition and trekking up to Amadablam Basecamp. Evening time is free for shopping and leisure.

Day 3

We fly to the mountain airstrip of Lukla (2,800m) with beautiful views of the Himalayan ranges if the weather permits. and start the first-day trek full of energy and enthusiasm. Heading northwards up the valley of the Dudh Kosi (or 'milk river'). The place where we going to stay tonight is lower than the airport where we landed. We descend from the small plateau, down into the forested valley. The trail offers some tantalizing views before reaching the small settlement of Phakding (2,652m), where we spend our first night. 

Day 4

Heading towards the Namche,  we follow the Dudh Kosi northwards. Today's walk takes us along the river through the forest with some views of mountains as well until lunch. We cross the river several times by bridges as we pass through the villages of Benkar, Monzo, and Jorsale.Jorsale Last point before Namche where we have lunch. There is the checkpoint of Sagaramatha National Park, from that point the SNP area begins. A final bridge brings us to the steep climb to Namche. Halfway up this ascent, if weather permits we get the chance to see the summit of Mount Everest hiding behind Lhotse and Nuptse. After a steep climb of 2 hours and ascents of 300 mtr climbing brings us to Namche. Namche is the main gateway of Mount Everest and it is the trading center of Khumbu. It has a weekly market on Friday afternoon and Saturday Morning but the shops, supermarkets, trekking shops, and Bakeries are open all day.

Day 5

Today is a rest day and acclimatization day. After breakfast will go for a hike 300 Meters back down again for an overnight stay. We climb steeply out of Namche past the airstrip at Shyangboche to the Hilary viewpoint in Khunde height of approx 4100 Mtr, From where the most spectacular view of Mount Amadablam, Thamserku, Khangteka, etc. can be seen. Descending through the forest we come to Khunde, where we have lunch, and visit the Khunde Monastery and Edmund Hillary Hospital. After lunch, we walk down to Khumjung where we visit Khumjung Monastery to see the Yeti's Skull and the Hillary school. Khumjung Monastery is one of the oldest monasteries of Khumbu, it was badly destroyed by a recent earthquake but is now being constructed. Then we will head towards Hotel Everest view. about 30 minutes of gradual climb, we reach Hotel Everest view, from where we have 360 panoramic views of beautiful mountains such as Mount Everest, Mount Lhotse, Mount Nuptse, Amadablam, Thamserku, Kongde, etc. A steep descent down to Namche takes 1 hour.

Day 6

We start our walk with the steep climb up to Chorkhang, then straight until Kyangjuma in a steep downhill. Our trails descend to the deep Dudh Koshi Gorge to  Phunki Tenga which takes 1.5 hours from Kyangjuma, where there is a suspension bridge to cross the Dudh Koshi river, Then we have a steep climb until Tyangboche. Tengboche is the spiritual and training center for new monks of the Khumbu. It is surrounded by spectacular mountains, including Kangtega and Thamserku.

Day 7

We descend to Deboche following the trail through the rhododendron forest. From Deboche trail goes gradually up until the suspension bridge over Imja Khola. A steep climb of about 40 minutes brings us to Pangboche, which is the highest permanent settlement of the Sherpa people in the Khumbu region. Ascending along the  Imja Khola (river) with a stunning close view of Mount Amadablam, Mount Lhotse, and Nuptse. In Pangboche we will go to visit one of the oldest monasteries in Khumbu and visit to Lama take the blessing before stepping on the mountain. Continue a walk of one hour until we get to Shomare for lunch break, from here tree line is over, following the trail on pastureland until the small bridge over the river flown from Khumbu glacier. About 40 minutes of steep climb brings us to Dingboche valley. This is the second largest town with hotels and lodges after Namche, which is properly closing for 2 months in summer.

Day 8

 We spend another day in Dingboche for acclimatization. We climb up to Ngangkarsang Peak (5083 Meter) to be adjust well in altitude and great views of Mount Makalu,Cholatse,Taboche,Amadablam and so on.We come down for lunch , today going to be late lunch, so recomanded to carry some snacks bar.After lunch free time to relax,Showers and coffee with cakes.

Day 9

To head on towards for Island peak summit for acclimatization before Amadablam.We ascends the valley gently up  towards chukkung with view of Island Peak,giant mount Lhotse and Nuptse. It takes just 2 hours to get to Chukkung.After the quick lunch we head on chukkung Ri (5545 Meter).From there we can have view of Amphu Labtsa pass, Island peak, Mount shartse and Mount Amadablam.

Day 10

 After late breakfast , we head on towards the basecamp, steep climb about 1 hour  then walk on  pretty flat pastureland  about 1.5 hours  takes us in Island peak basecamp.In the right side there is big Imja glaciel lake.After the lunch we will have some basic trainings  about climbing as technique of using the gears, methods of walking on ice snow and ladder. Today  we will have early dinner in order to wake up in the midnight.

Day 11

  We  wake up by 12 AM, have breakfast at 12:30 then we begin to ascend up. Straight steep climb up from basecamp to  crampon point on rocky, terminal moraine. It takes about 3.5 hours.  From then we use our proper gear with crampon.After steep climb on snow  about 400 mtr  in approx 2.5 hours , we get to summit of island peak. Takes maximum 3 hours to get down to basecamp. After get down to basecamp our trek continues to Chukkung.

Day 12

 We descend down following the imja valley  for 1 hour, then we turn  left to cross the imja river via  small wooden bridge. Our trials  goes through  the bushes of seabucthorn  for one hour and  crossing huge landslide , then straight gradual up all the way to Amadablam basecamp. Amadablam basecamp is located in pretty flat pastureland with amazing views of mount Taboche, Mount khangteka, Mount Ambigaichen and very close view of Mount Amadablam.

Day 13

Day 14-25

Before push to the summit, We do some rotation as belows.
Climb to high-camp
Climb to Camp 1, Sleep in High camp
Climb to Camp 2, Sleep in Camp 1
Back to Basecamp
Camp 1
Camp 2
Camp 3
Summit and back to  Camp 2
Rest day

Day 26

Trek to Namche bazar (3440 Mtr/11283 Ft)

Day 27

Long walk down to  Lukla before flying to Kathmandu.

Day 28

Today we have a early breakfast in order to catch the flights,sometimes weather doesn’t permits, should be patient for the waiting. It takes about 30 minutes to get to Kathmandu.

Day 29

We have free time for rest and relax. you can take your own time for shoppinp,sightseeing and relaxing.Thamel area is full of shops and restaurants and coffee shops for those who want a more relaxing day.We will have the farewell dinner in typical  Nepali restaurant  with nepali cultural music and dances to celebrate the successful completion of the expedition.

Day 30

You will be transfer to airport for the final departure for homeland

Cost Include & Exclude


  • Airport pick and drop to/from Airport
  • Welcome dinner in Kathmandu
  • 4 Nights accommodation in Five star hotel in Kathmandu in BB basis
  • Flight Fare to/from Lukla
  • Lodging and Fooding all nights during the trek and climbing period.
  • Group equipment for climb cooking gear, fuel, stoves, ropes, all forms of rock, ice, and snow protection, radio communications, oxygen delivery system and oxygen cylinders, medical supplies, etc.
  • High altitude sherpas,porters, liason officer,and all staffs
  • All permit fees and government taxes.
  • Sat phone available at Base Camp, but nominal charge for use
  • High altitude tents for all members and climbing Sherpas. All food and fuel for Base Camp and higher camps during expedition. Services of cook and kitchen boy at Base Camp. All kitchen tent, stores tent, dining tents, toilet tents, tables and chairs, and cooking utensils for Base Camp.
  • Insurance for climbing Sherpas, cooks, Liaison Officer, and local porters. Equipment allowances and wages for climbing Sherpas, cooks, kitchen boys and Government Liaison Officer
  • Base Camp single tent with mattress and pillow for each member, climbing Sherpa, BC staff and Liaison Officer.
  • Solar panel at Base Camp for light and charging small electronics (eg. mobile phones, amateur digital cameras and handheld video cameras).
  • Personal solar powered light at each tent per member at Base Camp.
  • Transportation of food supply to Base Camp from Kathmandu (cargo to Lukla and then by porter to Base Camp).


  • International airfare and Nepal Visa fee (bring accurate USD cash and two passport photographs)
  • Personal gear, clothing and sleeping equipment (see gear list).
  • Tips and Bonus for Staff and guide
  • Insurance and Trip cancellation
  • Beverages Alcoholic beverages and bottled drinks.
  • Nepal entry visa Fee( can be obtained at the airport upon arrival)
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Personal insurance such as travel, accident, medical, emergency evacuation, and lost luggage.
  • Personal solar pack for charging heavy electronics ( laptops, professional camera, batteries, etc. ).

Gears and Equipment

Head Wear

Sun Hat
Warm Synthetic wool Hat
Head Band/buff/Face mask/balaclava
Head lamp and Spare Batteries
Nose guard

Eye Wear

Sun Glasses
Glacier glasses

Hand Wear

Lightweight   Synthetic Gloves
Heavyweight Synthetic Gloves
Soft shell gloves
Hand Warmer


Fleece Jacket
Long Sleeved shirts
Short Sleeved Shirts
Wind Jacket
Down Suit
Down Jacket(Light Weight)
Down Jacket(Heavy Weight)
Soft shell Jacket
Hard shell Jacket

Down Wear

Trousers(Light Weight)
Trousers(Heavy Weight)
Wind Paints
Lightweight Underwear
Heavyweight  Long underwear
Lightweight Nylon paints
Down Pants
Soft shell pants
Hard shell pants
Insulated synthetic pants

Foot Wear

Light weight synthetic  socks
Climbing socks
Climbing boots
Trekking boots/Light hiking boots
Running Shoes
Insulated Camp boots(for Basecamp)


Sunscreen  and Lip Balms
Personal First Aid Kit
Dairy and Writing Material
Camera with spare batteiries
Pocket knife
Sun Glass
Personal Toilet Equipment
Water Bottles
Hand sanitizers
Small Towels/Soap/Shampoo

Climbing Gear

Down Suits
Ice Axe
Water Bottle
Duffol Bag
Trekking Back Pack(40 Ltr)
Climbing Back Pack (50 Ltr)
Sleeping Bag(-40) for higher camps
Sleeping Bag(-20) for Basecamp
Trekking Poles
Pee Bottle

Good to Know

(1) Physical Fitness
Climbing a mountain above 6000  is one of the most challenging and technical jobs. so before climbing the big mountain One should be physically fit. It is long hiking and climbing so without any training you will not be able to achieve your goal. So some basic physical fitness like squatting, Mountain climbers ( which can be done at home), running, biking, stair climbing, and swimming will help a lot to do trekking in the mountains, so it is highly recommended 2/3 months before you depart for the trekking but for mountaineering, one should take training of climbing, and one should climb some small peaks and mountain for proper acclimatization as well as to be adjust with gears, snow etc.


(2)Foods and Drinks
While in the mountains,  it is highly recommended you drink plenty of fluids like water, soups, and teas as well as food. We will provide sufficient and hygienic food as per your choice during the whole trek. In the base camp during the climbing period, there will be good facilities for food, drink, and many other snacks. You don't have to buy anything extra.


(3)Drinking water
One should drink at least 3-4 liters of water every day to get hydrated the body which helps a lot to be away from altitude sickness. You can buy bottled water at all the way costs from Rs 80 ( Which is equivalent to 80 cents )to Rs 400 (which is equivalent to 4 USD), but bottled water is not highly recommended because we are environmentally sensitive and also expensive. We highly recommend you carry the reusable water bottle and buy boiled water in lodges/teahouses which also makes your sleeping bag very warm while going to bed, use sterpin or take chlorine or iodine tablets to purify the drinking water. While in Climbing we will have our kitchen crew, so we will have properly treated water to fill up the bottle.


(4)Best time to Travel
Spring ( Mar-May)and Autumn ( Sep- Nov) are known as the best months to trek in Nepal because of the stable clear dry skies that permit one to enjoy the spectacular mountain views but most lodges, hotels, and trails are busy and crowded. Spring season is pleasant and suitable with warm temperatures for trekking and climbing the big mountains as well, so Everest basecamp will be full of tents and looks like a small tented city. Until the end of October, the temperature will be mild and cold. Weather will be stable with a clear blue sky, dry, and at the same time, one of the popular religious festivals named Manirimdu festival will be held in Tyangboche Monastery.
Winter and summer are also good if you would prefer less crowdy, and ready to face some challenges like snow, cold, and rain. Even in winter weather will always be clear but these three months are the coldest months of the year and sometimes snow falls. In Summer, It is very good to go trekking, the temperature will be warm, those who are keen to botanist, summer is the best but due to unstable weather the views of mountains are very rare.
Both the Spring and Autumn seasons are good for peak climbing, in spring little crowd than AutumnBut in Autumn there will be many more climbers in Amadablam.


5) Altitude Sickness
For the Amadablam climbing, we do a proper acclimatization trip to  Island Peak, that will be proper acclimatization for Amadablam climbing. Trekking in the Everest region is one of the highest trekking in the world. In high altitudes, the mass of oxygen will be less, so everyone finds it difficult to breathe as well as mild headaches, dizziness, etc. This is one of the biggest challenges in the mountains. In the altitude, there are many rules to make our body adaptable to the altitude. Acclimatization is one of the important factors to adjust our body to get used to the altitude. All our itineraries are designed with proper acclimatization day in every 1000 to climbing.The most important rules that we have to follow in altitude are walking slowly, and drinking plenty of  fluids such as water , soups etc to keep our body hydrated, and keep our body warm. Our staff and guide will always do their best as they can, even though incase of any sickness, or injury one should avoid their rest trip and should come down.


(6)Travel Insurance
It is compulsory to buy the proper travel insurance policy with a genuine insurance company, it should cover the emergency helicopter evacuation as well as medical treatment in case of severe injury or sickness and the Policy  should include coverage at altitudes up to 7000 Mtr.


(7)Bag pack and duffel bag
Only the necessary things should be packed and the stuff which are not necessary for trekking and climbing will be stored in a hotel in Kathmandu.All the climbing gear should be managed by oneself according to instructions from the company. Except for trekking gears all the climbing gears are  transported before your arrival in basecamp.


(8)Internet Connectivity and cell phone Signal
Upon your arrival at Kathmandu airport, there you can buy a Nepalese SIM card ncell or you can buy it anywhere around city. In the Everest region, the Ncell signal works until Panboche way to the Everest base camp and some part of Thame Valley for both phone calls as well as internet connectivity. Above that, there is a good facility of wifi with purchasing a data card from Everest link. If you buy the biggest data pack in Namche which is 50 GB costs Rs 3000 ( equivalent to 30 USD)it works the whole area of the Everest region perfectly except Thame Valley which is just for trekkers. For the expedition team, there will be different types of internet data cards available which are more expensive as well but they work perfectly even in You can enjoy it with social media or connect with your family, friends, or loved ones while climbing.


(9)Flight to Lukla
Lukla Tenzing Hillary airport is only one airport to get to the Everest region, The mountain weather is always unpredictable and flights always depend on weather, Mostly time of spring and autumn will be good and there will be regular flights . If the weather becomes bad flight will be delayed and our pre-planned trip can be extended. So we always should keep 2/3 days extra in case of irregular flights. Another option is to take a helicopter, for that less visibility  than an aeroplane will work. But the helicopter cost is doubled than regular airplane cost which is not included in our trip cost and should be bear by oneself.
These days due to the high air traffic congestion in Kathmandu airport, domestic flights to/from Lukla are operated from Manthali airport which is 135 KM away from Kathmandu, we have to start early from Kathmandu by road to catch the flight from Manthali.


while in trekking in most places toilets are common and need to use the same toilet used by everyone else. Most places there may not be available hand washing water, so highly recommend taking hand sanitizer by yourself and most importantly toilet paper or wet tissue paper should always be in your day bag. During the climbing period, there will be a toilet tent and all the toilet paper as well as washing water will be available.


(11)Government permits and National park permits
To enter in Everest region and climb the peaks and Amadablam you have to buy a Sagaramatha National Park permit, local government permit, and climbing permit, All the permit costs will be included in the trip cost. Your company will arrange and manage everything. For the permit, You have to provide some passport photos and a copy of your passport.


(12)Guiding and staffing
In the Everest region, the average walk per day is 6-7 hours. Leisurely and pleasant guiding will take you to your destination.  The more you gain altitude more harder to walk, the toughest and longest day will be the day of summit day,  you have to wake up quite early in the morning to summit before the sun hits. Your experienced sherpa guide will always be there to help you in every moment. The guide is the key factor for every challenge in the mountain so one should follow the instructions of the guide pleasantly.


(13) Budgeting
 Budgeting depends upon many factors, especially in Kathmandu where there are too many choices. Hotels in Kathmandu are included in the trip cost based on the BB plan. So, the average expenses per day in Kathmandu will be Rs 2000 for lunch and Dinner, if you prefer some other activities such as drinks, to do a massage, or to go to a bar/pub Rs 5000 ( equivalent to USD 50 ) is enough. On the trek, all the meals and hot drinks will be provided by the company, Extra expenses such as Hot shower, battery charging, wifi, boiled water for bottles, extra snack bars, Soft drinks, and hard drinks should borne by oneself, In average Rs 2000(equivalent to 20 USD) is enough. Finally, a few tipping points are highly recommended and compulsory on the last day for your guide and porter as per your budgeting.


(13) Medical kit
 Your company will manage the proper medical kit with a variety of medicines but for those who have medicine for the particular cause since over time, you are requested to bring yourself.

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