Expedition in Nepal
The Himalayas always inspire and attract people around the globe. Mountaineering Expeditions are the most adventurous activity done in the Himalayas. Expeditions in the Himalayas range from 6500m to 8848m. Expeditions involve steep climbing at high altitude carrying load, setting up ropes and camps, cooking and camping where you choose and reserve the rights to finalize “Technical Route” or “Non-technical Route”. To take part in Expedition, you must possess a sound health along with prior climbing experience and essential technical skills on climbing. Regular exercise, running, cycling in hilly region, steady rock and alpine climbing practice in collaboration with experienced guides will help you to succeed in your Expedition. On the basis of your necessities, we could categorize our services as:
Full Board Service
Full Board service includes services from arrival in Kathmandu till the end of the program before international departure. It includes accommodation, food (meals), all treks, basecamp services, guides and climbing Sherpas, climbing permits, transportation etc. You could also specify your requirements as per your interest.
Base Camp Service
Base Camp service includes the meal service during your expedition at Base Camp. You can also hire us for this service only. We will provide you with one of the best cooks and eligible kitchen team available.
- You can rely on us for any means of transportation (air flight, vehicle, VTT) within Nepal.
We provide porters, mules etc as per your requirement in high altitude to support your logistic transfer from Kathmandu to designated Base Camp.
We can arrange permit of any mountains open for climbing in Nepal.
Guide or Sherpa
You can rely on us for any types of guides from the UIAGM certified Mountain Guide to local climbing Sherpas.
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Amadablam (6812m) is one of the most popular and perhaps the most beautiful mountains in Nepal. It rises impressively a few miles due south of Mt. Everest and Lhotse and overlooks the famed Tengboche monastery, which stands sentinel over the Khumbu region. The name Amadablam refers to an amulet box (dablam) worn by mother (ama) in the Sherpa/Tibeta...
Kanchenjunga (8586 m), the third highest mountain in the world, literally means “The Five Treasures of the Snow”. Located in far-eastern Nepal, it demarcates the country’s frontier with India in the east and the Tibetan Autonomous Region of China in the north. It is an enormous mountain mass with many satellite peaks rising from its narrow ic...
Manaslu (8163m), a name derived from the Sanskrit word manasa, meaning “Mountain of the Spirit”, is the eighth highest peak in the world. Manaslu is a part of Gorkha massif located some 40 miles east of Mt. Annapurna. Manaslu’s long ridges and valley glaciers offer feasible approaches from all directions to ultimately culminate in a peak that...