$ 15000 Per Person
$ 15000 Per Person
Mt. Everest Expedition from Tibet North Face side is relatively cheap, easy logistic access, less technical route, and short duration of climbing within 45 days.
Climbing Everest from the Tibet side is the ultimate goal to reach to world’s highest summit at the lowest cost. The route followed by George Mallory in 1921 AD. it the first time climbed by westerners by using the Oxygen bottles in the high altitude area.
Private Transport upon Arrival and departure.
Standard hotel 4 nights in Kathmandu with Breakfast.
All logistic service to Base Camp and return back to Kathmandu.
Tibet travel permit, transport, Visa, Everest Climbing Permit Authority.
All the required Camping and Expedition equipment for Expedition.
Yaks and Yakman for Expedition logistic service to Tibet Base Camp.
Daily meal as per plan by private cook and kitchen crew.
Insurance for climbing Sherpa, Assistant, Kitchen crew, and the porters.
First aid kits with high altitude medicine.
Communication service (Sattelite phone, Charger, power, etc.)
High altitude oxygen bottles, Protable chambers and mask regulator.
The given prices is per person and exclude international flights. Fixed departure dates available for online booking. If the given date is not favorable for you, please contact us and we will happily customize your trip on dates more appropriate for you.
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