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Amadablam Expedition

  • Trip Duration:28-32 DAYS
  • Trip Grading: Strenuous
  • Max Altitude: 6812m. (22,334ft)
  • Best Time: Autumn (Oct-Nov)
  • Group Size: 1-10

Trip Overview

Mt. Amadablam, one of the most famous and demanding trekking destinations of the Khumbu region is located in the heart of beautiful Khumbu region. Trekking in the heart of the Himalayas of our country and reaching to the summit of one of the mighty mountains of our country is a lifetime dream to all the trekkers and mountaineers of the world. Trekking to the summit of this mountain is a bit challenging and rewarding as well. One can do the sightseeing of some of the world’s highest mountains from the summit of this beautiful mountain. The major attraction of this mountain is the unique and dramatic shape of this mountain which looks like a mother is holding her baby in her pouch with wearing a necklace of glacier.

Mt. Amadablam Expedition offers the visitors with the spectacular view of mountain ranges including some of the highest mountain ranges of the world such as Everest (Highest mountain of the world), Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Cho-Oyu, Lhotse, Pumori and other many beautiful mountain ranges of our country. You will also get an opportunity to explore the lifestyle and culture of people living in the Himalayas of our country. Sightseeing of the rare species of animals and birds that are found only in the Khumbu region is also another major attraction of this journey. Some of the other attractions of this journey is the sightseeing of the Everest Base Camp, Sightseeing of Thyangboche monastery, Namche Bazar, Sagarmatha National Park, Kalapatthar and other many beautiful places of Khumbu region.

One should need a good physical stamina and previous climbing experience to reach to the summit of this mountain. You will also need the technical climbing experience to climb to some of the difficult paths in the trail.  We personally recommend to be mentally as well as physically prepared for the obstacles and barriers that one should face during the climb to the summit of this mountain. Chances of avalanches, heavy snowfall, ice falls, rock falling from the cliffs are common as we will be climbing above the height of 8000m. You should also be prepared for the high-altitude sickness and loss of breathe as these sorts of challenges are also too common at a height of 7000m.

Amadablam Expedition starts with the sightseeing of the capital city of our country. We will then take a scenic flight to Lukla which gives you a pre-opportunity to do the sightseeing of Himalayan panorama from the aircraft. After landing on Lukla, we will begin our trek and trek via many Sherpa settlements and forests to reach the gateway of Everest, Namche Bazar. We will begin our trek and head towards the first Camp (Camp I). The trail from Lukla to Camp I is a bit tough as we have to pass the ridges and climb northward via rocky border. After reaching Camp I, we will enjoy the sight and pack our bags and then continue our trek to reach Camp II which will be climbing through a rocky bowl. Our final destination will be the Camp III which is established just below the hanging glacier, The Dablam.

 

 

Detail Itinerary

14 Oct/Day 01:Arrival in Kathmandu Airport and transfer to hotel Yak and Yeti or similar hotel accommodation in Kathmandu (1350M/4430ft)

15 Oct/Day 02:Preparation, Briefings at Departments of tourism, Last minute shopping

16 Oct/Day 03:Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla; Trek to Phakding (2650m/8694ft, 04 hrs); lodge accommodation

17Oct/Day 04:Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar through colorful Khumbu villages (3440m/11286ft, 06hrs); Lodge accommodation

18 Oct/Day 05:Rest day for acclimatization; you will be hike to famous Everest View Hotel (3800m/12487ft, 3hrs) to catch a glimpse of Everest; explore Hilary and Sherpa museum at Namche in the evening with slide show program.

19 Oct/Day 06:Trek from Namche Bazaar to Tyangboche (3850m/12631ft, 05-06 hrs); visit significant Buddhist monastery; lodge accommodation

20 Oct/Day 07:Trek from Tyangboche to Ama Dablam Base camp (4600m/15091ft, 5hrs)

21-9 Nov/Day 8-27:Climbing period Summit Amadablam (6,812m/22,334ft)

10 Nov/Day 28:Preparation for return, trek to Tengboche (3860m/12631ft, 04 hours) lodge accommodation

11 Nov/Day 29:Trek from Tengboche to Namche Bazaar (3440m/11286ft, 04hrs) lodge accommodation.

12 Nov/Day 30:Trek from Namche Bazaar to Lukla(2840m/9317ft,7hrs) lodge accommodation

13 Nov/Day 31:Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu (1350M/4430ft); 35minutes, transfer to hotel

14 Nov/Day 32:Leisure day & shopping in Kathmandu; Fair well-Celebration dinner with culture program in the Evening.

15 Nov/Day 33:Transfer to the airport for final departure

Date & Cost

Trip Start Date Trip End Date Status Price
14 Oct-2024 13 Nov-2024 Book Now

Equipment List

Equipment List

Trekking is simply walking in the hills or the mountains – be it for a day or weeks or more. Certain basic trekking equipment are essential while you’re trekking to any parts of the trekking destinations. The items may differ from the area to area and on season to season. The following are the list of the equipment that we suggest you for your trekking in Nepal Himalaya.

Clothing

  • Jackets (Fiber or down).
  • Woolen shirts and thick sweaters.
  • Waterproof jacket with hood or poncho.
  • Tracksuit.
  • Track shoes
  • Trousers
  • Thermal Underwear and Thermal coat
  • 2 pair of loose fitting long shorts/ skirts
  • Pair of Gloves
  • Pair of sandals
  • Thermal underwear.
  • Woolen hat
  • Long sleeved shirt.
  • Towel and Hankies.
  • Light weight walking boots
  • 2 pairs of thin socks and 2 pair of woolen socks

Equipment’s and Accessories

  • Snow glasses and sunglasses
  • Trekking Sticks.
  • Duffle bag or kit bag to carry to gear while trekking.
  • 2-4 plastics bags 2-4 large plastic bags to separate clean clothes from dirty ones. 6-10 smaller plastic bags to dispose garbage.
  • Daypack bag to carry your personal requirements.
  • Water Bottle, water purifying tablets
  • Toilet articles and towels, Toilet paper
  • Umbrella (optional)
  • Headlamp, Torch, Candles
  • Matches / Lighters
  • Binocular, Camera, trekking map and compass, pillow, knife,  passport photograph, reading materials, pencil, rubber, pen and notebook, lip guard
  • Toilet papers.

Details of Trekking Equipment’s

  • Camp shoes/sandals: A luxury for your feet at the end of the day. Sandals or running shoes will be better you can buy for cheap in Kathmandu, are a necessity for showers during the Khumbu and Annapurna treks.
  • Thermal shirts/underwear: Good thermals, both tops and bottoms are the best for cold weather in trekking
  • Nightwear thermals: Good for making warm nights in the sleeping bag, Silk-weight is lightest and warm,
  • Fleece/sweatpants: Good for the cold evening and morning.
  • Day-wear T-shirts/Shirts: On the lower altitude trekking weather will be hot, T-shirts and shirts are recommended
  • Trekking pants: Recommended to have 2 pairs
  • Wind pants: If your trekking pants are reasonably windproof then special wind pants are not needed. If you do bring a pair, it is not necessary to have Gore-Tex. Similar, non-waterproof is quite OK.
  • Underwear: Regular everyday type.
  • Neck gaiter: For winter trekking they are really the best for staying warm
  • Trekking poles: Trekking poles are very useful especially for downhill, in popular trekking in Nepal you can buy the wooden trekking poles selling by children, trekking can be done without trekking poles also
  • Sunglasses: Good wraparound glasses suitable for snow, its bright up there, but specialized glacier glasses with side pieces are not needed. Contact lens wearers report very few problems except cleaning them in the conditions.
  • Mittens/gloves: A good pair of wind-proof gloves is essential. You can buy in Kathmandu cheap if you don’t have it.
  • Sun hat/woolen hat: Trekking in spring and summer of lower altitude is more hotter and whole day sun shining, you can bring the hat or small cap to protect from Sunburn, on the upper part of trek more cold and windy so you can have woolen hat to make your head warmer.
  • First aid kit :All our trekking our tour and trek leaders carry the first aid kit box including the medicine for altitude sickness and diarrhea and other small problems, you should bring any personal medicines that you need, some time your local medicine is more effective than we provide
  • Water purification Some places on the tea house trek can buy the Mineral water but it is discourage for an
  • Water bottle: Two water bottles are recommend 1 liters bottles, bring the good one to take boiling water and be leak proof, European Aluminum bottles are best .
  • Torch / Flashlight: Flash light or head lamp is necessary
  • Towel: During the trekking there are no available Towel at guest houses so you need one small and light towel for trekking
  • Sunscreen and lip balm with sunscreen: The sun is strong at altitude, especially after snow. Bring at least sunscreen and lip balm WITH SPF 15, and better still SPF 30+. You can buy in Kathmandu
  • Moisturizer: The air is dry and windier with dust some part of the trek so moisturizer is good to car for skins. environmental point of view because of the plastic bottles, hot and boiled water can get from the guest house. Iodine tablets and water purification drop chlorine is recommended to take.
  • Toiletries: shampoo, soap, scissors, hair products, tooth brush and tooth paste, tissues, sun cream, chap stick, antiseptic hand wipes, face washer etc.
  • Daypack: This should be comfortable and a good waist band that transfers some of the weight to the hips is most important. It needs to be big enough to take a jacket, fleece, water, camera and odds and ends. Kathmandu now offers a range of cheap fall-part packs to top of the range.
  • Footwear: One pair of sturdy light to middle-weight hiking boots. Typically these are combination of nylon and leather. We suggest boots with a Gore-tax lining to be waterproof. These types of shoes have a lug sole for good traction and provide lateral support for the ankles that is essential while hiking (for example; the Vasquez Clarion and the A solo Approach). Heavy-weight all-leather backpacking boots are not recommended. Be sure your footwear is broken in and fits well. Boots should fit comfortably over one thin liner sock and a mid-weight wool sock. This reduces chafing and blisters. Tennis shoes or sandals are also useful for in camp use or bathing.
  • Socks: Four pairs of liner socks. Four pairs of mid-weight wool socks. Socks and footwear should be coordinated for a proper fit.
  • Back pack: For travel in Nepal and for trekking a back pack is more suitable than a suit case. If you plan on trekking, hiking a sturdy and comfortable back pack and day pack is essential. You should have your back pack expertly fitted to you before your departure. Your back pack should also have a water proof cover. Normally you need 2 one is 60 litters and another 25 is more suitable.
  • Sleeping bag: Down-filled Sleeping bags are better for Nepal tour and trekking. Beg, borrow or steal a good one (i.e. 4-5 season) because high altitude nights will be cool. Good down is fluffy, light and thick. A muff (an extra section around the neck) makes a big difference to the overall warmth of a bag. Reasonable sleeping bags are cheaply available for rent or buy in Kathmandu. We advise you to take -20 is batter.
  • Sleeping bag liner: Cotton, silk or fleece. Saves washing your sleeping bag and adds warmth.
  • Down jacket/Gore-Tex: This Jacket is needed for trekking up to 3200m also cold in the evening and morning, if you don’t have it and wanted to use for only Nepal trekking you can rented in Nepal.
  • Fleece jacket: Most trekkers consider this essential, but alternatives are a thick thermal top or a light down jacket. In Kathmandu you can get almost any sort of copy fleece you need
  • Rain Jacket/ Wind Shell: The jacket should be very water repellent and roomy.
  • Layering: Keeping the proper temperature is best accomplished by adding or taking off layers of clothing. While hiking during the day, you may be in shorts or skirt and a long-sleeved shirt. During the evening, as the temperature cools, you will add a sweater and, perhaps, a parka. Bringing the items outlined below will ensure that you are adequately prepared. Make sure that your clothing is sized to allow your layers and still move comfortably.

 

Before You Go

Before You Go

Cost Included

  1. Arrival & Departure: Airport – Hotel transfer – Airport (Pick Up and Drop).
  2. Hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu: 4 nights hotel (3star category) in Kathmandu on bed & breakfast Basis- Single Room Supplementary.
  3. Welcome Dinner: One Welcome Dinner in a tourist standard restaurant in Kathmandu with Office’s Staff.
  4. Cargo Clearance: International Air cargo clearance of Member Personal Luggage & Payment of Government taxes in Nepal. **before the expedition.
  5. Permit: Expedition Royalty and permit of Nepal Government to climb Mt. Ama Dablam, Sagarmatha National Park entry permit, Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipal entry permit, and fees.
  6. Liaison Officer:1 Government Liaison officer with full equipment, salary, and accommodation.
  7. Garbage Management: Stool Shipment Transfer & Garbage Deposit fees.
  8. Trekking Route Map.
  9. Insurance: Medical & Emergency rescue Insurance for all involved Nepalese staff during the trek and expedition.
  10. Member transportation:  
    -Air Transportation: Fly from Kathmandu – Lukla and while returning Lukla – Kathmandu, domestic flight as per itinerary
  11. Expedition Stuffs Transportation: Necessary all equipment Transportation for all Members and Staffs from Kathmandu to Lukla (by air cargo/vehicle) and to Base camp (by Porters / Yak) – While returning: Base camp to Lukla (by porters / Yak) and Lukla to Kathmandu (by air cargo/vehicle). Member’s personal equipment will be transport by air.
  12. Member Luggage: Up to 60 Kg per member for personal baggage during the trek carrying by porter or Yak.
  13. Food and Lodging: 3 meals a day (BLD; including tea and coffee) along with accessible accommodation at Hotel/Lodge/Tea house/Camp during the trek and BC. Well-managed base camp set up for members & Staffs.
  14. Porter: Porters per member up to Base camp from Lukla & while returning porters from Base camp to Lukla.
  15. Base Camp Staff:  Experienced and well-trained Base camp Cook & kitchen Helpers as required.
  16. Staff Salary and allowance: All Nepalese staff & porters daily wages, salary, equipment, foods & clothing.
  17. Base Camp Tent: Each member will have an individual tent in Base Camp.
  18. Base Camp Equipment: At Base camp: foam mattresses and pillow per member, 1 Dinning Tent, 1 Kitchen Tent, 1 Communication tent, 1 Toilet & 1 Shower Tent, 1 Staffs Tent, 1 Tent for Nepalese base camp staffs, Store tents, Tables & chairs & all necessary cooking gears.
  19. Heater: Heater for base camp in each Dining and in other necessary camps.
  20. Solar/Generator/Light:1 Solar panel or Generator for battery charge and light at base camp for use.
  21. High Altitude Climbing Sherpa: 1 veteran and Government Licensed Climbing Sherpa per member. (1 Member: 1 Sherpa).
  22. Climbing Sherpa Salary & Allowance: Climbing Sherpa Salary, Equipment, Food, and Clothing.
  23. Bonus: Carry Bonus of Sherpas and Route Fixing Charges.
  24. Rope Fixing Team: The team of experienced Sherpas will fix the route In Ama Dablam (no extra charge will be applied to members).
  25. Oxygen Bottle (O2): Oxygen bottles will be in stock at base camp in case of an emergency (subjected to charge).
  26. Oxygen Mask & Regulator: A set of Oxygen masks & regulators will be in base camp in case of an emergency.
  27. Satellite Phone for emergency communication carrying by Sherpa, also available for members with appropriate charge.
  28. High camp service: High Altitude Tent, Necessary cooking EPI gas, cooking pots, High food for a member, Sherpa, and other crews at (C1) (C2) and (C3). Group climbing gears, fixed and dynamic rope during the climbing period as required.
  29. Walkie-Talkie: Walkie –Talkie for communicating from Base Camp to Mountain and Mountain to Base Camp.
  30. Permit: Satellite Phone/walkie-talkie permit for all members and staff.
  31. Weather Forecast: Weather forecast report during the entire expedition.
  32.  Medical kit for group.
  33. Certificate:  Ama Dablam climbing certificate  (after climbing Mt. Ama Dablam successfully).

Cost not Include

  1. Air Fare: International flight airfare (from and to Kathmandu).
  2. Nepal entry Visa fee: Nepali Visa fee $60 USD per person for 30 days (to be applied for 60 days is $120 USD).
  3. Lunch & Dinner: Lunch & dinner during the stay in Kathmandu (also in case of early return from Trekking / Expedition than the scheduled itinerary).
  4. Extra night in Kathmandu: Extra nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu. In case of early arrival or late departure, early return from Trekking / Expedition (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary.
  5. Insurance: Travel and high altitude insurance, accident, Helicopter medical & emergency evacuation. *Mandatory
  6. Rescue Evacuation: Medical and emergency rescue evacuation costs if required. (Rescue, Repatriation, Helicopter, Medication, Medical Tests and Hospitalization costs).
  7. Personal Expenses: Telephone Calls, Internet, Toiletries, battery recharge, hot shower, laundry, soft drinks, beers, and any Alcoholic beverages (during the trek and in Kathmandu but we will soft drinks for members at base camp).
  8. Personal Equipment: Clothing, Packing Items or Bags, Personal Medical Kit, Personal Trekking /Climbing Gears.
  9. Toiletries: Soaps, shampoos, toilet and tissue papers, toothpaste, and other items used to keep yourself clean.
  10. Filming: Special Filming, Camera and Drone permit fee.
  11. Internet Service: Not included during the trek.
  12. Summit Bonus: Summit bonus for climbing Sherpa- Minimum 1500 USD.
  13. Our Company’s Service will be “Zero” above Base Camp (If a company offers just Base Camp services)
  14. Rope Fixing: The cost of using fixed rope during the expedition. (Applies to Basecamp Member).
  15. Tips: Calculate some tips for Basecamp staff.
  16. Extra: Any other services or activities, which are not mentioned in the itinerary.
  17. Any other item not listed in the “Cost Includes” section.

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