Everest Expedition 2023/24

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$45000Per Person
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Trip Highlights

  • Trip Code:Exp001
  • Destination:Nepal
  • Trip Price:$46000
  • Trip Grade:Challenging, Moderate/strenous, Strenous
  • Best Time:April, june
  • Max Elevation:8848.86
  • Start Point:Lukla
  • End Point:Lukla
  • Accommodation:Lodge, Camping
  • Transportation:air/land

Trip Highlights

Everest Expedition 2023 Highlights

  • Climbing the highest point on the earth, i.e. Mount Everest summit. 
  • Walking along the world’s highest glacier, the Khumbu glacier (4,900 m). 
  • Opportunity to learn diverse Nepalese culture by visiting Sherpas and Tibetan settlements. 
  • Trails pass through beautiful bridges, rivers, ancient monasteries, high passes and glaciers. 
  • A rare opportunity to explore Sagarmatha National park and its rich biodiversities. 
  • Panoramic views of giant snowcapped mountains. 

Tour Overview

As we all know, Nepal is a land of mountains. In Nepal alone, 8 out of 14 world’s highest peaks above 8,000 m reside. Moreover, Nepal has the maximum number of summits with a total of 1,310, including the World’s Highest Peak, Mount Everest (8,848.86 m). In 1921, the first Everest Expedition took place by a team of British mountaineers following the north col route from the Tibetan side, reaching a height of 7,000 m. The following year, the 1922 expedition earned a milestone of reaching 8,320 m making a human record climb above 8,000 m. Another expedition to Everest took place in 1924, which is still debatable. There is a discussion still ongoing on whether George Mallory and Andrew Irvine reached Everest’s top or not. Nevertheless, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa reached the Everest summit in 1953 making history for reaching the highest point on earth. .

Ever since then, global mountaineers have flocked to Nepal to fulfill their dream of a lifetime to climb Mount Everest and experience how it feels to be on top of the world.

Everest Expedition Packages

As for your dream journey, Nepal Hiking Adventure has a new Everest Expedition 2023/24 package. On your first day of arrival in Nepal, you will be driven to the deluxe hotels where you stay during this period. After refreshments, you meet with Mr. Bishnu Lamsal, the managing director, regarding the entire expedition itinerary, difficulties, duration, and costs. From this Everest Expedition 2023 package, one can expect:

  • An experienced and TIAA-certified guide to each climber to carry food, climbing gear, equipment, medical kits, 
  • Each climbing group will be assisted by a certified and experienced Sherpa instructor who has experience in Everest Expedition. 
  • Each mountaineer will get a tent, pillow, and mattress.
  • Fuels to cook foods by chefs 
  • A certified oxygen cylinder with high-quality masks and regulators 
  • Climbing gears. 
  • Solar power sources to charge smartphones and camera batteries and lit the tent. 
  • Internet facilities and Satellite phones  

Cost Includes

  • Everest expedition royalty fees (USD 11,000 per person)
  • Route fixing (SPCC and EOA) fees
  • Garbage deposit and management fees
  • Expedition Liaison officer wages and fees
  • Nepalese UIAGM/IFMGA Expedition leader for a group of 4 climbers and above
  • private Sherpa Expedition guide (Everest Summiter).
  • Service of the Expedition manager at Everest base camp
  • 11 bottles of oxygen (8 for you and 3 for your sherpa) with the use of the latest mask and regulator.
  • Skill training clinic at the Everest base camp
  • The ascent of Lobuche peak for acclimatization with 1:3 guide to client ratio
  • Freshly prepared meals (B,L,D) by our chef at the Everest base camp
  • A wide variety of nutritious high altitude mountain foods for higher camps
  • Individual box tent, dining tent, kitchen tent, toilet tent and other logistics
  • Heater, Generator, Shower and more for your comfort at the base camp
  • High altitude tent for higher camps above base camp
  • 4 nights accommodation at Hotel in Kathmandu.
  • All Meals (B,L,D) and accommodation during the trekking period
  • Satellite communication system at base camp but nominal charge for use
  • Radio set for communication between camps
  • Internal domestic airfare for guide and clients.
  • Staffs wages, allowances with their helicopter, and medical insurance
  • Common climbing equipment (rope, Ice Screws, Snow bars, etc)
  • Weather report during the entire expedition period
  • Emergency medical supplies with 24/7 on-call doctor during the entire expedition period.
  • Porterage of 60kg baggage for each member (Lukla-Base camp-Lukla)
  • 2 waterproof company duffel bags
  • Everest Summit certificate from the Department of Tourism, Nepal.

Cost Excludes

  • International airfare
  • Meals in Kathmandu
  • Custom for bringing any expedition goods
  • Nepal visa fees
  • Personal clothing and climbing equipment
  • Insurance (Mandatory)
  • Summit bonus for sherpas.
  • Gratuities for staff
  • Personal expenses
  • Extra oxygen aside from provided 11 bottles

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Additional Info

Everest Expedition Difficulty

Climbing Everest is not a cup of tea for everyone. Even the most experienced climbers and mountaineers struggle at this high altitude. The extreme, unpredictable weather conditions, freezing temperature, avalanches, low oxygen level, and steep routes make this Everest Expedition tough and a life-risking adventure. Still, global mountaineers do not hesitate to take risks to accomplish their lifetime goal of reaching the Everest summit. To get to the summit, one has to train both physically and mentally, as it requires both to sustain one in such extreme conditions. Therefore, beforehand plan and preparation must be done before the expedition starts. 


The main danger for the climbers is the Death Zone ( the most dangerous area above 8,000 m). The oxygen level is too low at this height, below freezing point temperature, freezing strong wind, low atmospheric pressure, and exhausting routes. All these factors make weak even the most physically and mentally healthy individuals. However, with a well-planned itinerary and an experienced team, one can reach the Everest summit. To adjust to such climate and altitude, the team leader sets goals on various camps to ensure safety and energize for the ultimate journey.   

Everest Expedition Equipment


  • A passport
  • Four passport-size photos
  • Nepalese visa
  • Insurance
  • Copies of important documents
  • Cash and credit cards 

Everest Expedition Clothing and Trekking Equipments

Inner Layer

  • Thermal suit
  • Thermal socks
  • Underwears
  • Liner socks

Outer Layer

  • Thin down jacket
  • Trekking shorts/trousers, t-shirts, shoes and socks
  • Water-proof jacket and trousers
  • Sun hat
  • A good quality down suits for high altitude journey
  • Insulating and thick Gloves 

General gears

  • Rucksack
  • Trekking backpack
  • Trekking poles
  • Gaiters
  • Trekking boots
  • Spikes 
  • Face mask
  • High camp and Base camp sleeping bag 
  • A mat
  • Glacier glasses
  • Sunglasses and sun-protection cream
  • Water bottle
  • A map
  • Torch and headlight
  • Multi-tool kits
  • A compass
  • Towels and slippers
  • Toothbrush, face wash, hand wash, lotions and toiletries. 
  • Snacks
  • Cameras, extra batteries, chargers and other entertainment accessories. 
  • Wet wipes
  • Personal cutlery
  • High-quality insulated water bottle


  • Intensive cold cream
  • Multivitamins
  • Medicines for common illness. 
  • Pain relief cream and pills
  • Personal medication

Climbing Gears

  • Ice axe
  • Cords
  • Mountain climbing crampons
  • Carabiner sets
  • Mountaineering climbing harness
  • Belay device
  • Ascender

Best Time for Everest Expedition

The weather on Everest is quite unpredictable. If anything goes wrong or does not work as planned, then life-threatening accidents might occur. So, climbing at the incorrect time and season is a must. The best time to ascend Mt. Everest is from April to mid of June and September to early November. However, most mountaineers choose April to May as an ideal time for Everest Peak Climbing due to clear visibility and warm temperature compared to the winter season. 

How Long is Everest Climbing?

Unlike other Everest trekkings, Everest Expedition is much longer, and its standard interval is a minimum of 2 months. It includes the day of arrival, sightseeing in Kathmandu, trekking to Everest Base camp, acclimatization, ascending to the summit, and returning to Kathmandu. Extra days might get added if additional days are required for acclimatization or if the weather gets unfavourable or someone gets sick. Even a single mistake and carelessness can lead to major accidents at such altitude because the weather worsens, avalanches might occur, climbing gears might fail, altitude sickness might occur, and stiff ascending over the thick snow. So, these factors make Everest Expedition dangerous and time-consuming.