Mount Amadablam Expedition


The Mount AmaDablam expedition is an awe-inspiring and challenging journey that beckons daring mountaineers from across the globe. Towering majestically at 6,812 meters (22,349 feet) above sea level, Ama Dablam is one of Nepal’s most iconic and visually stunning peaks, nestled in the heart of the Everest region. Its distinct pyramid-shaped summit and sheer also granite walls present a formidable yet alluring prospect for seasoned climbers seeking a memorable Himalayan experience.

The expedition typically begins in the bustling city of Kathmandu, where participants undergo thorough preparations and receive essential gear checks before setting out on the trek to base camp. The trek itself is an enchanting adventure, leading through lush rhododendron forests, Sherpa villages, and rugged terrains, offering glimpses of towering peaks, including Everest and Lhotse, along the way.

Upon reaching base camp, climbers undergo rigorous acclimatization, honing their physical and mental prowess to tackle Ama Dablam’s challenging terrain and high-altitude conditions. Ascending the peak involves navigating technical sections, including steep ice walls and exposed ridges, requiring both ice and rock climbing skills.

Conquering Ama Dablam: Challenges and Triumphs in the Himalayas

As the expedition progresses, climbers establish several high-altitude camps, each strategically positioned to facilitate a safe and steady ascent. The expedition leaders and seasoned Sherpa guides play a crucial role in guiding and supporting the climbers throughout the journey, ensuring safety and maximizing the chances of a successful summit attempt.

The final push to the summit offers breathtaking panoramas of the Everest and Khumbu valleys, making the rigorous climb immensely rewarding. Standing atop Ama Dablam’s summit is an overwhelming accomplishment and a humbling experience, forging lasting memories that endure a lifetime.

However, the expedition is not without its challenges. Unpredictable weather, high altitudes, and demanding technical sections demand unwavering determination and adaptability from climbers. The ascent also entails a strict adherence to safety protocols, as the mountain commands respect and caution.

Conclusion and Summary

In conclusion, the Mount AmaDablam expedition promises a thrilling and unforgettable adventure for mountaineers seeking to push their limits amidst the splendor of the Himalayas. It encapsulates the essence of human perseverance, offering an opportunity to forge a profound connection with nature and leave an indelible mark on the world of mountaineering.


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  • DAY 1: Arrival In Kathmandu And Transfer To The Hotel
    Upon your arrival at the TIA, you will need to fulfill some official procedures to obtain the Nepal Entry Visa at the Immigration counter. One of our representatives will be waiting to welcome you at the Arrivals. After meet and greet, you will be transferred to the hotel booked for you to rest. There you can freshen up and rest.
    Altitude 1400 m
    Meals N/A
    Accommodation 3-5 Star Hotel
  • Day 02: Expedition Briefing And Preparation
    On the second day, we will fulfill all our official procedures including necessary documentation, obtain permits, and other formalities needed for our expedition. Then you will have time for sightseeing around the city.

    The next day, we will start our preparation for our expedition. We will now pack our bags, do some necessary shopping, re-check everything that we need (Especially medicines and essentials). Briefings will be made about every aspect of the expedition and all gears and equipment, trip duration, accommodation, facilities at the base camp, and all related to the expedition. It is also an opportunity for you to communicate and introduce yourself to your fellow climbers and teammates.

    Altitude 1400 m
    Meals Breakfast
    Accommodation 3-5 Star Hotel

  • Day 03: Fly To Lukla And Trek To Phakding (2800 M)

    After an amazing breakfast, we will take a thrilling flight to Lukla Airport early in the morning. The flight gives you a bird’s eye view of the valleys, rivers, hills, and gradually mountain ranges. Even though the flight is only for half an hour, it does not fail to mesmerize you now and then. As we land at Lukla Airport, which is already exciting, we start our trek to Phakding, our destination for the day. After obtaining the permit for the region, we will slowly move through the settlements on a mixed trail of dirt, stone pathways, and some rocky sections at times. This is an easy start, so make sure to enjoy all the greeneries, floras, and faunas as you walk. The trail takes you over several suspension bridges and along the Dudh Koshi river.  Enjoy the rest of the day at Phakding.

    Altitude 2800 m
    Meals BLD
    Accommodation Hotel/Lodge
  • Day 04-05: Trek To Namche Bazaar And Acclimatize (3440 M)

    After Phakding, we move towards another beautiful destination, Namche Bazaar, which is the commercial point of the Khumbu region. Passing through the dense luscious forests of pine, juniper, Rhododendron, looking out for animals in the Sagarmatha National Park, climbing the stairs, enjoying the rages of rivers at some points, and mostly walking uphills are the major activities of the day’s trek. This trek will be long and tiring as we start gaining significant elevation. As we reach Namche, we rest at our hotel and enjoy our dinner.

    The next day, we hike up to Everest View Point (3900m) & decend back to our Hotel to acclimatize where we can also go around the village area and experience some local sherpa culture. We can also visit the Everest Photo Gallery and the Sherpa Museum while in Namche.

    Altitude 3440 m
    Meals BLD
    Accommodation Hotel/Lodge
  • Day 06: Trek To Tengboche Monastery (3860 M)
    After a day’s rest and acclimatization at Namche, we then approach one of the most beautiful and tranquil parts of this Expedition, the Tengboche monastery. Tengboche monastery is one of the most popular monasteries among Buddhists around the world. The views of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam are visible towards the north while Thamserku and Kangtega stand towards the south with striking views. We will also join in some prayer ceremonies and rest for the day.
    Altitude 3860 m
    Meals BLD
    Accommodation Hotel/Lodge
  • Day 07: Trek To Ama Dablam Base Camp (4450 M)
    After Tengboche monastery, we head towards the base camp of Ama Dablam which is situated in a beautiful meadow also used as the Yak Pasture beneath the west face of the mountain. We cross the Imja River over a suspension bridge and hike up to Pangboche simultaneously leading the trail uphill through forests of junipers, the high-altitude tree lines. The route lies in the quieter region of the Khumbu valley. Embracing the 360 degrees view of the mountains like Kangtega (6783 m), Taboche (6542 m), Thamserku (6618 m), and many more, we reach Ama Dablam base camp at 4450 m.
    Altitude 4450 m
    Meals BLD
    Accommodation Camping
  • Day 08-10: Rest Days
    After a long trek up to the Base Camp, we allocate two more days for rest and acclimatization before heading to the summit. During these days, we go on short excursions and prepare ourselves for the summit. We will also conduct some brief training related to the mountaineering gears and equipment and also practice walking with fixed ropes on small cliffs.
    Altitude 4450 m
    Meals BLD
    Accommodation Full Board Camp Service
  • Day 11-22: Climbing Period Of Ama Dablam
    After the equipment check and preparation, we head towards camp 1 (5700 m) through easy terrain. But the trail gets technical with steep and difficult slopes before a steep ridge and requires tackling a steep slab.

    Before heading for the summit push we will be acclimatizing by completing the following rotation. We will be heading to Camp I from Base camp and staying overnight at Camp I. The next day we will be heading to Camp II from Camp I & staying overnight at Camp II & return to base camp the next day. Camp 2 is set up at around 5900 m. We will need to climb past steep ridges and snowy slopes with the help of fixed ropes set up by our team.

    The summit climb is an easy one. We wake up early, have our breakfast, and climb up on snowy slopes mixed with rocks above Camp 2.

    We will ascend the peak of marvelous Ama Dablam (6812m) and return back to the Base Camp. The following day will be allocated for cleaning up and preparation to leave.

    (NOTE: We will conduct rotations between the camps for acclimatization and training purposes. The mentioned itinerary is an overview of the circumstances during the climb.)

    Altitude 6812 m
    Meals BLD
    Accommodation Full Board Camp Service
  • Day 23: Trek Back To Namche
    After the successful ascent of Ama Dablam, we retrace our path to Namche and rest overnight in a comfortable lodge.
    Altitude 3440 m
    Meals BLD
    Accommodation Hotel/Lodge
  • Day 24: Trek Back To Lukla 

    From Namche, we walk downhill through the enchanting forests crossing the villages of Monjo and Phakding to reach Lukla to rest overnight.

    Altitude 2840 m
    Meals BLD
    Accommodation Hotel/Lodge
  • Day 25: Fly Back To Kathmandu

    From Lukla, we take the exciting flight back to Kathmandu viewing and bidding farewell to the Khumbu Region and the majestic Himalayas. After a flight of about 25 minutes, we land at the airport and get back to the hotel to rest and relax. You can go sightseeing around the city in the evening.

    Altitude 1400 m
    Meals Breakfast
    Accommodation 3-5 Star Hotel
  • Day 26: Free Day In Kathmandu
    It’s a free day in Kathmandu for you to relax and explore around. You can take this opportunity to visit different World Heritage sites and buy some souvenirs for your family and friends.
    Altitude 1400 m
    Meals Breakfast
    Accommodation 3-5 Star Hotel
  • Day 27: Final Departure
    With gratitude and lots of beautiful memories, we will have to bid you farewell to our valued clients. One of our representatives will drop you off at the airport 3 hours before your scheduled departure.
    Altitude 1400 m
    Meals Breakfast
    Accommodation N/A

Include / Exclude

Cost Includes:

    • Pick up and drop off services for both international & domestic flights as per the itinerary
    • 3 nights Hotel in Kathmandu on bed & breakfast plan, 2 nights before and 1 night after the expedition
    • Both-ways domestic flight from KTM – Lukla – KTM  with guide
    • All necessary transportation for overall expeditions
    • Mt. Amadablam climbing permit,All necessary Permits, National Park and VDC fees
    • Summit route fixing charge
    • Garbage disposal and management fees
    • 3 Meals a day (BLD) during the trek with attached Bathroom at Phakding, Namche and onwards
    • Freshly cooked meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner): Continental, Nepali, Indian and Chinese with hot drinks, Tea and Coffee
    • 1 Professional Climbing Sherpa with his equipment allowance, daily wages and carrying bonus
    • Government Liaison officer with his daily wages, equipment, food, insurance and transportation
    • Base Camp Sardar, Cook and Kitchen helpers with their equipment allowance and daily wages
    • Porters up to the Base Camp and return from the Base camp
    • 30 kg as a Member personal baggage
    • Each Member will be provided with individual Tent, Mattress and Pillow
    • Common Equipment: Dining Tent, Kitchen Tent, Shower Tent, Toilet Tent, Tables and Chairs, Heater etc.
    • High Camp Services for C1-C2: High Tent, Shovel, Rope, EPI Gas, Gas Burner (MSR Rector), High Food like soup items, tea/coffee etc.
    • Walkie-talkie for communicating from Base Camp to Mountain and Mountain to Base Camp
    • Internet access Wi-Fi is available to all climbers on our team at Base Camp ($50/gigabyte)
    • Satellite phone is available for emergency use at $3 per minute
    • Weather forecast during the entire expedition
    • In case of emergencies, sufficient Oxygen and Mask regulator available at our Base camp (chargeable as per use)
    • Helicopter rescue insurance for involved outdoor Nepali staffs
    • 8K’s Duffel Bags (if required)
    • First Aid medical kit
    • Farewell dinner with expedition staff in a Nepali typical restaurant with cultural show in Kathmandu
    • Government Taxes and Company Service Charge
    • Amadablam summit certificates after the successful summit of the peak

Cost Excludes:

  • International flight tickets from/to your country.
  • Nepal Entry visa fee that can be obtained at the airport upon arrival.
  • Lunch and Dinner during the stay in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
  • An extended stay in the hotel after 3-nights in Kathmandu.
  • Your Personal Climbing Equipment Expenses, personal nature expenses such as hard and soft drinks, laundry, postage, telephone, Wi-Fi, etc.
  • Extra cost incurred due to Personal member’s baggage exceeding 60 kilogram.
  • Insurance such as travel, accident, medical, and emergency evacuation by helicopter in case of need during an Annapurna Expedition
  • Charges for Commercial Filming and Drone Permit if needed
  • Drone & Special filming permit
  • Climbing Sherpa summit bonus $800, calculate some tips for basecamp cook and staff too.
  • Any other extra expenses other than those mentioned in the Cost Includes section,

Price per person

Usefull Information

Trip Information

Getting There!

Arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, in the capital – (4,593 ft./1400 m) Kathmandu of Nepal. We will check in and accommodate at the hotel overnight. We look forward to a pleasant day in Kathmandu experiencing the ancient history and tradition and we will also thoroughly inspect the expedition gears that we would need and use during the expedition. We prepare for our flight to Lukla (9,000 ft./2740m) approximately 40 minutes’ flight. Lukla is the gateway to AmaDablam is based at the foot of Khumbu “Himal” /mountain; from where we will resume the AmaDablam expedition.

Free Transfer

We provide free airport pickup and drop off services by our private vehicles. Upon arrival, you will be warmly and traditionally welcomed by our Everest Expeditions Nepal crew. You will be offered “Khata” – A khata is a traditional ceremonial scarf in Tibetan Buddhism or a Marigold garland (symbolizing purity, goodwill, auspiciousness and compassion) and then be transferred to your hotel. To efficiently carry out this traditional welcome ceremony, we expect to receive your full flight details of arrival and departure in advance by email.


The AmaDablam Expedition is a 32 day of soulful journey! We will make you feel homely with the warm hospitality of the local people. Everest Expeditions Nepal has good public relations with local service providers in the Himalaya region. Accommodation varies during the expedition. We will be accommodating at hotels/tea houses/lodges/tents during climbing in twin sharing basis and this will indeed be effectively managed. All camping equipment’s like tent, dining tent, toilet tent, table and chairs, mattresses will be provided. Mountain Hardware – arrangement of sleeping bags and down jackets and high altitude tents are readily provided.


The meal package is nutritious, healthy and hygienic. Everyday three meals – breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided during the expedition. Hotels, lodges and tea houses provide us with fresh, hygienic, tasty and nutritious local or international meals. The menu is usually a combination of traditional local, Asian and western cuisine. We highly recommend liquids, green tea, lemon tea, hot lemon, ginger tea and garlic soup(must) at high altitude for health benefits. Our expedition team also have experienced and highly qualified cook and kitchen helper at Base Camp and Advanced Camps. We provide kitchen and dining equipment for all camps. We readily cater to extra dietary requirements and provide fuel, food, fresh vegetables, fruits, and meat at camps during the expedition. Expect nutritious high altitude food! Meals in Kathmandu are not included in the expedition package. However, there are a wide variety of Nepalese and international cuisine – fine dining/meals/snacks/bar and pubs available for you to choose per your taste.

Best Season

The weather is one of the most important factor for expedition. It is best suited to climb and trek during the spring and the autumn. During the winters and monsoon, expedition becomes difficult due to heavy snowfall, cold temperature and slippery trails.

January – February
This time is the coldest, especially from early January to late February. This is the time of heavy snowfall in the mountain region and can result in extremely cold temperature. During the day time, it’s warm with clear blue sky and glistening Himalayas, however, at the night time it gets extremely cold. It is not advisable to trek during this time because Mount Amadablam climb and trek is challenging and the cold temperature, snowfall makes it even tougher!

March – April
The best time of the season for expedition! The weather is highly favorable. Stunning views of the Himalaya ranges and glaciers will be seen. Temperature starts increasing from the mid of March and clear blue sky, glistening snow mountains will be seen at their best. There is a high rate of expedition success during this time of the year!

May – June
This would indeed be the second-best season for expedition. This is also the perfect time for trekking right before the rainfall. Monsoon in this region starts from the end of June until the mid of August. This season of spring and summer makes the expedition much more enjoyable!

July – August
Maximum rainfall! It is not advisable to trek during this season as the trails tend to get slippery and the expedition difficulty level rises. Flights to Lukla is often cancelled in this season due to bad weather and visibility issues.

September – October
This is also one of the perfect season for expedition! It is in fact the peak time when tourists flock to Nepal. This season boasts a pleasant, favourable weather and a perfect expedition climate. The temperature goes up to 20 °C/68.0 °F in the day time and falls to 5 °C/41.0 °F during the night time. Stunning views of the Himalaya ranges and glaciers will be seen along with a clear blue sky, and glistening snow clad peaks at their best. Another main attraction of this season is the happening aura of the main festivals of Nepal: Dashain and Tihar!

November – December
As winter slowly begins, snow fall gradually covers the Himalaya region making it difficult to trek. Late September and early November is still a busy season for expedition. Day time temperature is stable and constant and it gets extremely cold during night time. The picturesque view of clear blue sky and the snow-clad mountains are phenomenal. Please Note: The weather in the Himalayas can be unpredictable and the temperature may change quickly from day to night.


We will be acclimatizing in two places. First in Dingboche village, which is at 14, 468 ft. (4410 m) above sea level. You will be able to see a spectacular view of the farmlands and nature. Traditional Sherpa settlement, nunnery, monastery, “Chortens”- Buddhist shrine, typically a saint’s tomb or a monument of the Buddha, Yak and wildlife pastures are the highlights of Tengboche to Dingboche route. This route also has lush trees, birch, conifers and rhododendron forest. Somare village is the lunch spot of this day trek. Walking trail above Somare and Orsho reward the travellers with a pristine view of the Himalayas. Walking along the Imja valley you will finally reach the Dingboche village. Secondly, at AmaDablam Base Camp 14,500 ft. (4,570m) – a wonderful grassy expanse below one of the world’s most iconic mountain profiles.AmaDablam base camp allows youto visit Everest view point and Tengboche at the same trip. It is the most preferred range by mountain climbers and the hanging glacier indeed adds to its importance and beauty! Our expedition crew stocks our AmaDablam Base Camp with food, provisions and all the necessary climbing gear and medical supplies while the climbing team members are on their acclimatization hike. We use our AmaDablam Base Camp as the base station for AmaDablam expedition in Nepal.

Altitude, and Altitude Sickness:

You must have read or heard about altitude sickness amongst mountaineers. It is simply less oxygen in air and surrounding atmosphere, which increases with the increase in elevation. It is also called mountain sickness or acute mountain sickness (AMS). Altitude sickness is very common and is likely to happen to anyone during the expedition, hence our team of Sherpas’ are well equipped, experienced and prepared to prevent, deal with and treat this. However, you need to be aware of the symptoms so that you’re able to immediately get help from our Sherpa’s. The common or mild symptoms of Altitude Sickness are:

  • Slight Headache
  • Tiredness and Dizziness
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Loss of Appetite
  • Nausea or Vomiting
  • Upset Stomach
  • Swelling
  • Fatigue

These common symptoms indicate a warning sign that you are at the risk of developing an altitude sickness. Our Sherpa’s will assist you and help you adapt to the altitude, rest, walk slowly, ascend until you feel better and are ready to resume your expedition.
Symptoms of severe altitude sickness are:

  • Severe Headache
  • Frequent Vomiting
  • Rapid Increase in Heart Beat Rate
  • Problem in Vision
  • Irritable Cough or Persistent Cough
  • Difficulty in Walking
  • Irrational Behavior
  • Confusion or Lack of coordination with group members
  • Breathlessness even after enough resting
  • Difficulty in Sleeping

These symptoms develop very soon if the mild altitude sickness is left untreated. Hence, please inform the Sherpa’s in the expedition team if you are feeling uncomfortable. A Sherpa or two will support and accompany you to descend immediately to avoid potential life threatening condition like HACE and HAPE. HAPE stands for high altitude pulmonary edema which causes fluid enter into the lung and HAPE refers to high altitude cerebral edema which leads to fluid collects in the brain. You can resume your expedition with the Sherpa’s accompanying you once you feel better. Discovery World Trekking has been warmly catering to acclimatization need of its customers. Our professional guides/Sherpas are specialized in altitude related situations and take an effective care of your health of safety and use the rule of thumb – “high climb and sleep low”. Please consider that some people are more vulnerable than the others. It is advised that each client purchases mandatory travel insurance policy inclusive of higher elevation rescue and evacuation coverage. Please also keep in mind that we are not insurance policy sellers and do not conduct this as a business. However, we need the insurance documents to easily and speedily conduct rescue operations if required.

A Typical Day on the Expedition

Every day will be rewarding with a unique experience of trekking, climbing enjoying scenery, taking photos and exploring the local villages. During the expedition, we are accompanied by experienced, friendly and qualified expert Sherpa’s sharing information and historical facts about the places as we trek. We will also be accompanied by the porters who carry our luggage. However, we will be carrying our small regular day bag pack of necessary items.

The day starts with an early morning hot cup of tea/coffee. After packing our bags and gorging on a wholesome breakfast, we set off on the day’s walk around 7AM to 8AM, depending on the duration and nature of the day’s walk. After trekking for three to four hours, lunch will be served around midday on the route to the next destination and we continue after about an hour of rest. The afternoon walk is generally shorter; about two to three hours. Once we reach our overnight lodge/tea house/tent, we snack on the extra dietary food. We will have free time to explore nearby places. Dinner is served around 6PM to 7PM. After dinner and before going to bed, we indulge in friendly conversations and discuss the experience of that day. The expedition leader/guide will brief us about the next day’s plan. After this briefing we enjoy on board games like monopoly, cards and watch available mountaineering documentaries. Most of the foreigners indulge in light and fun learning of Nepalese language from our crew or read books before heading off to bed for a well-deserved sleep.

Communication, Electricity and Battery Recharge during Expedition

Mobile phone coverage is available on most of the routes, but this service may not always be reliable, depending on which network you use. Upon your request, we can provide you with separate local SIM card which gives a good network to talk to family and friends back home! Sometimes at high altitude, there is no network facility or even electricity and battery recharge facility. Nevertheless, almost all lodges/tea houses on the route to AmaDablam base camp have electricity/power for camera and mobile battery recharge is available by paying a small amount of extra fees. Most of the tea houses/lodges have hydroelectricity and some have solar panels too. We highly recommend that you also bring your own solar powered charger.

Extra Personal Expenses on Expedition

Meals and accommodations in Kathmandu must be paid by self. Expedition members bring personal spending money with them to cover the cost of accommodation and food in Kathmandu, visa process, travel insurance policy purchase, beverages, snacks for the trek, tips to the trekking crew members, souvenirs and other personal expenses. We recommend to bring cash (dollars) which can be easily be exchanged to Nepalese rupees.

Travel Insurance Policy

AmaDablam Expedition trip grade is ranked as moderate to difficult as it entails risk of high altitude climbing, potential altitude sickness and other unforeseen events including sudden climate changes. Travel insurance is a significant part of our booking condition for AmaDablam expedition. All the members of the expedition must provide a copy of their comprehensive travel insurance policy certificate to Everest Expeditions Nepal. The policy must cover medical and emergency repatriation inclusive of helicopter rescue and evacuation expenses at high altitude for expedition members. We can recommend insurance companies to help you but we don’t directly get involved in the sale of insurance policy. Members can be refused to be included in the expedition based on insufficient, improper or absence of travel insurance policy. Expedition members are kindly requested to send their detailed insurance information once they book for the expedition. In case of emergency situations, we will be using the insurance policy and informational documents you sent us. This will help us arrange a quick and effective rescue operation, transfer for emergency medical help etc. Please insure that the insurance company includes the cost incurred for mountain rescue service at the highest elevation of the expedition.

Passport and Visa

All foreigners except Indians, require a visa to enter Nepal. Visa is available on arrival in the Tribhuvan International Airport. Expedition members could also apply online for VISA – Visa can be extended at the central immigration office. Visa application requires a minimum of 6 months’ passport validity, and a passport size photo. The current cost of visa fee is US $40 for 30 days which must be paid in cash. Citizens of China along with the SAARC countries are eligible to receive free visa. There are certain countries (Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, and Afghanistan) whose citizens may not receive visa on arrival so please contact your local Nepalese embassy or find information online –

Money Exchange

Nepali Rupees (NPR/Rs) is the local currency.

(1 USD = ~ Rs.130 NPR).

We can exchange most of the foreign currencies through local banks and legitimate money exchanges in Kathmandu and all over Thamel. Small amounts of cash can also be exchanged at the hotel. The ongoing rate of exchange is visibly displayed. The government of Nepal has banned the import, export and use of 500 and 1000 Indian Rupee note in Nepal. You should ensure that you are not carrying these notes on arrival in Nepal as they will be confiscated and you may also be fined. Despite having security advantage of traveller’ scheque, we prefer cash exchange to avoid hassles like a lengthy process and high rate of commission at the banks. You can withdraw cash (in Rupees only) from one of the many ATMs in Kathmandu and Thamel itself. There are quite several ATMs that are open around the clock.

The maximum withdrawal amount is 35,000 Rupees for a 500 Rupees processing fee if you are using your foreign card. If you use the money exchange facility at banks and financial institutions the service fee charge imposed is about four percent or more depending upon the bank. Please note that most of the established banks in Asia will not accept foreign currency notes that are old, torn or faded. Please ensure that you have new, clean notes.


We provide Yaks and Porters for transportation. (2 Trekkers:1 Porter) Maximum load 20 kg per porter. Expedition members will carry a light back pack for easy access to water, camera, toilet paper, warm layers of clothes and other personal items useful during the trek. Any excess baggage not required during the expedition can be safely kept at Everest Expeditions Nepal office and can be collected after the expedition.


Everest Expeditions Nepal guarantees our client’s safety and security. Health and Safety of our clients is indeed the utmost concern for us too. Our leaders and guides have vast knowledge and extensive first aid training. Altitude sickness is very common and is likely to happen to anyone during the expedition, hence our team of Sherpas’ are well equipped, experienced and prepared to prevent, deal with and treat this. Our expert team of Sherpas will provide you with all the required support, including your acclimatization need. We do an extensive research on weather forecast and use latest gadgets and technologies for climbing and communication. Expedition members are kindly requested to send their detailed insurance information once they book for the expedition. In case of emergency situations, we will be using the insurance policy and informational documents you sent us. This will help us arrange a quick and effective rescue operation, transfer for medical help etc. Discovery World Trekking vouches for your Health and Safety! Our motive is to provide you with a life time experience that oozes of satisfaction and happiness. We will fill your heart with stories of adventure and kindness that you would love to share with your near and dear ones back home! We are here to serve the mountaineering enthusiasts for a long-long time and your satisfaction and gratification is what we aim for.

Water during Expedition

We can either buy packed mineral water bottles from local lodges, scarce shops in route to our destination or fill our bottle with boiled water from the tea houses/lodges for a small extra cost. We highly advise you to bring water purification bottles or purification pills/drops.

Trekking Group/Single

The number of group members for the expedition starts from 2 to maximum up to 20 members. The group will be accompanied bySherpa leaders, and supported by assistant guides and porters.

Responsible Travel

We strongly believe that our environment must be protected against the adverse impacts oftouristic activities. Discovery World Trekking works has been together with Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP) and believes in organizing eco-friendly trips meeting the expectation of both travellers and communities.

Everest Expeditions Nepal Crew

Our expert team of Sherpas will provide you with all the required support, including your acclimatization need. We do an extensive research on weather forecast and use latest gadgets and technologies for climbing and communication. Focusing on team work we aim to have more mountaineers reach the summit. We are renowned for our best quality service in the highest altitude and this includes preparation of nutritious meals too. Along with our regular AmaDablam expeditions, Everest expeditions, in the coming years, we will be offering customized and tailored programs too. We vouch for your Health and Safety! Our motive is to provide you with a life time experience that oozes of satisfaction and happiness. We will fill your heart with stories of adventure and kindness that you would love to share with your near and dear ones back home! We are here to serve the mountaineering enthusiasts for a long-long time and your satisfaction and gratification is what we aim for.


Tipping is at traveler’s discretion. It depends on the good service we provide and does not form part of wage for guides, porters and crew. Nevertheless,tipping is much appreciated and our guides, porters and crew look forward to it. In Nepalese culture, tipping is accepted and for guests it is an honored way to saying Thank you – “Dhanyabad” for the good service provided. Normally the tips are offered at the end of the trek and this is best done as a group. Most groups will give the trips in farewell dinner on the last evening or on the last day of the trek, to mark the end of the trip. The amount of the trip is entirely a personal preference that depends upon your perception of service quality, length of the trip, budget and appreciation of work.

Booking and Payment process

Everest Expeditions Nepal is a government authorized, registered, licensed and bounded as trekking and touring operator in Nepal. We are an active member of Trekking Agency Association of Nepal (TAAN), Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). Therefore, book Everest Expeditions Nepal trip with confidence as we are reliable! 10 % of the payment is required in advance and other necessary documentations like passport copy, passport size photos, travel insurance policy, arrival and departure flight detailed can be sent at a later date, but must not exceed over two weeks’ period from booking date. The number of domestic flights for Lukla is limited and very busy especially during the trekking season. Payment is to be made by bank transfer or western union. Remaining trip cost can be paid in cash or by bank transfer or via credit card upon your arrival in Nepal. Upon your request and convenience, we do put forward details via email about the different modes of payment accepted in Nepal.

Trip Extension

After the completion of the expedition, you may want to stay a couple of extra days in Nepal. Depending on your free time; exploring, visiting, sight tour around Kathmandu and other beautiful cities of Nepal like Pokhara, Chitwan can be organized.


After completing the AmaDablam Expedition, Everest Expeditions Nepal will hold a farewell dinner and gift you the company’s t-shirt, digital printed certificate of expedition achievement along with a key ring.We would highly appreciate and look forward to your honest compliment, comment or complaint about the service provided and the team’s performance. The aim is toalways strive to give best and improvised services.

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  • Best Seasons March to May, September to November
  • Group Size 1-15
  • Duration 35 DAYS BOOKING OPEN FOR 2024
  • Maximum Altitude 6812M
  • Trek Difficulty Challenging

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