Everest Expedition

Overview

Have ever met the mountaineers? Get some information about their fantasy, they will answer you with a word; EVEREST. Who might not have any desire to achieve the highest point of the world? Who might not have any desire to contact the sky? It’s the trek of the lifetime, Its Everest Expedition. Mount Everest, otherwise called The Sagarmatha in Nepali is the tallest top on earth with an elevation of 8848m. The southern face lies in Nepal while the northern face is in Tibet. In 1715, China reviewed the mountain out of the blue while they were mapping A chinese area and portrayed it as Mount Chomolongma.

Mount Everest was again estimated by British India government in 1856 amid their Great Trigonometry Survey. In those days, it was named as Peak XV and said to be 8840m tall. Pinnacle XV was renamed after Sir George Everest as Mount Everest, name given in his respect, who was lead surveyor in 1856. Sir George was Welsh Surveyor; he was surveyor general of India for a long time from 1830. The Everest has interested the mountain dwellers all around the world since 1920s when Tibet opened the moving in mid 1920s.

In 1922 British Expedition group drove by Charles Bruce endeavored to scale the summit of Mount Everest out of the blue. It was Edward Norton in his second endeavor alongside British Expedition group set the tallness of 8572m. The mountain dwellers George Mallory and Andrew Irvine vanished on the third endeavor. Mallory’s body was found in 1999. There were a few endeavors made to Everest before the effective endeavor made by Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay on 29 May 1953 by means of the South course. It is presently revealed that around 1000 rising endeavors are made each year.

We will take the southern course to the summit. This outing suits for the individuals who have past encounters of couple of 7000m pinnacles or much more. The genuine trek clearly begins from the Base Camp and to achieve the base camp takes you around 7 days by walking. We will proceed onward to Camp I (6,065m) where we will see Khumbu ice sheet. From Khumbu Glacier, it around 450m on a progressive slant to Camp II (6,750m) and around 610m to Camp III (7,100m). Camp III is situated at the head of Lhotse. Starting here onwards, you will require oxygen chambers. You will achieve the Camp IV (7,910m) after simply crossing 8000m heights. This point is otherwise called the Death Zone.

Mount Everest Expedition is without a doubt a lifetime opportunity. All things considered, this campaigns experience numerous deterrents, for example, high elevation, extreme climate conditions and torrential slides. One must be all around prepared before really attempting it. You have to prepare your body for the 8848m foot move to Everest’s summit. Contingent upon your present level of wellness, you have to prepare for a while before you begin your climb. A climber must form his/her cardiovascular quality alongside solid quality, oxygen level drops by 60-70 percent from ocean level.

Likewise ensure you can convey huge sack packs to top as you will convey barrel of oxygen and expansive pack packs alongside you. One must adapt with climate conditions and be set up for shake falls, torrential slides. Embark today to write your name on the history books by conquering the world’s tallest mountain Mt. Everest. We will make sure that you have an awesome adventure of mountaineering activity to do in Nepal with Trexmount Ventures.

Outline Itinerary


  • Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.

  • Day 02-03-04: In Kathmandu necessary preparations for the expeditions.

  • Day 05: Fly to Lukla 2,886m-9,468 ft & trek to Phakding 2,640m-8,661 ft - 04 hrs.

  • Day 06: Trek to Namche Bazaar 3,440 m-11,286 ft - 06 hrs.

  • Day 07: Rest day at Namche Bazaar for acclimatization.

  • Day 08: Trek to Tengboche 3,867 m-12,687 ft - 05 hrs.

  • Day 09: Trek to Dingboche 4,260 m-13,976 ft - 05 hrs.

  • Day 10: Rest at Dingboche for acclimatization with short hike.

  • Day 11: Trek to Lobuche 4,930 m-16,175 ft - 05 hrs.

  • Day 12: Trek to Gorakshep 5,170 m-16,962 ft and hike up to Kalapathar 5,545 m-18,192 ft.

  • Day 13: Trek to Everest Base Camp 5,380 m-17650 ft - 04 hrs.

  • Day 14: At Everest Base Camp rest day.

  • Day 15-17: Rest and Preparation

  • Day 18-62: Ascent of Mt. Everest summit and return to base camp.

  • Day 63: At Base Camp.

  • Day 64: Trek to Pheriche 4, 240 m-13,910 ft - 05 hrs.

  • Day 65: Trek to Tengboche 3,867 m-12,687 ft - 05 hrs.

  • Day 66: Trek to Monjo 2,880 m-9,448 ft through Namche Bazaar 3,440 m-11286 ft- 06 hrs.

  • Day 67: Trek to Lukla - 05 hrs.

  • Day 68: Fly to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.

  • Day 69-70: In Kathmandu for Refreshments.

  • Day 71: Departure

If this itinerary is not Matched with your plan and time, we will customize, Please

Detail Itinerary


  • Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.

    Our representative will come to the airport for transfer to the Hotel. After some refreshment in the hotel, Our Tour leader will make pre departure meeting in the Hotel or at our office. The meetings will covers trip related information’s & collecting your Documents (passport copy, 2 passport size photos, Travel insurance).

  • Day 02-03-04: In Kathmandu necessary preparations for the expeditions.

    These three days in Kathmandu free for individual activities preparations for trek and climb to Mt. Everest,
    on these days options for short sightseeing tours at places of interest, and to purchase necessary last minute shopping for climbing equipment, while our guide and management look after logistic and climbing permits for Mt. Everest South Col Expedition.

  • Day 05: Fly to Lukla 2,886m-9,468 ft & trek to Phakding 2,640m-8,661 ft - 04 hrs.

    Early morning depart from the hotel for the flight to Lukla on reaching Kathmandu domestic airport board in a small plane Dornier or Twin Otter, flight offers great views array of snow capped peaks with Mt. Everest as the plane touches down after 30 minutes of scenic flight to Lukla, a unique airstrip with a runway with uphill slope, Lukla airport at present named after legendry climber Tenzing & Hillary Airport. After a time here for a while then start the walk to Phakding for overnight stop, the trek passes several villages and farm lands with great scenery of hills and valleys then finally reaching at Phakding village located by the Dudh Kosi (river).

  • Day 06: Trek to Namche Bazaar 3,440 m-11,286 ft - 06 hrs.

    After the first day walk, today the trek could be long as heads uphill at above 3,440 meters high at Namche Bazaar, starting the morning walk crossing few times over the Dudh Koshi, and then reaching at an entrance gate of Sagarmatha National Park at Monjo. After checking the Park & Trekking tickets and permits, further walk leads on the bank of the river, then after the last high bridge an uphill walk for few hours all the way to Namche Bazaar, here we will have two nights in this large prosperous trading town –village as well the main centre and capital of Khumbu area with facilities of ATMs, Cyber cafes, stores, shops, restaurants, banks and fresh bakery with busy colorful interesting Saturday market.

  • Day 07: Rest day at Namche Bazaar for acclimatization.

    An ideal and perfect place for rest day for acclimatization, at Namche take a short hike up to park museum which houses great range of information from mountaineering, flora – fauna and Sherpa culture and religions, this scenic spot offers a grand panorama of high snow capped mountains including Mt. Everest and stunning Ama Dablam, other options hike to Everest View Hotel for another beautiful views of the surrounding mountains above old Syangboche air strip. For energetic people can take a walk of few hours visiting the sleepy Khumjung and Khunde located on a glacial valley beneath the majestic holy peak of Khumbila the patron god of Khumbu.

  • Day 08: Trek to Tengboche 3,867 m-12,687 ft - 05 hrs.

    After a good rest and acclimatization, morning starts walking along a gradual winding wider nice path, maintained by old Sherpa man since last 2 decades doing it voluntarily for goodwill to mankind with small funds and donation from the trekkers passing on this route, walk gets better through conifer and rhododendron woodland, with the striking views of Ama Dablam, the walk further offers striking views of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Thamarserku and Kwangde peak, then the path descends towards Imjatse river at Phunge Tenga, after a rest here on the uphill path through a nice serene forest to reach at Tengboche Monastery. A scenic spot with awesome views of Ama Dablam, Kangtenga, Thamserku, Kwangde and Mt. Everest, this place is also a holy spot as the head lama (Rinpoche) of the monastery resides here. In this monastery, mountaineers take blessing from the high lama priest for better success and safe expedition.

  • Day 09: Trek to Dingboche 4,260 m-13,976 ft - 05 hrs.

    With glorious morning views, morning walk leads to a long descend to Imjatse rive passing a small place of Debuche, walking into beautiful birch-rhododendron and pines forest, on reaching the strong steel bridge where the tree lines vanish for smaller juniper and rhododendron bushes, after the bridge a slow climb to reach at Pangboche the last permanent village, beyond are settlement with lodges to serve the trekkers. The trail leads slowly through exposed landscapes with excellent view of Amadablam at close distance, and then stopping for lunch break at Shomare popular spot for lunch and short break, after lunch on the gentle uphill for few hours and then climb after the bridge for short while to reach at Dingboche located in the wonderful Imjatse valley, after a nice pleasant trek walk of the day.

  • Day 10: Rest at Dingboche for acclimatization with short hike.

    A pleasant and scenic place for another rest day at Dingboche, which is important before heading much higher area towards Lobuche and base camp, here take a short hike to the high hills above Dingboche offers great views of surrounding snow capped peaks with North Face of Amadablam soars high above Imjatse valley, views of Island / Imjatse peak and as far to world 5th highest Mt. Makalu towards further east behind Peak 29.
    Enjoy the afternoon relaxing or take a walk, here assist to Cyber in one of its many lodges around.

  • Day 11: Trek to Lobuche 4,930 m-16,175 ft - 05 hrs.

    On leaving Dingboche, taking an uphill path to reach at a ridge festooned with prayer flags and stupas, with excellent views of the valley and snow capped peaks, walk is gentle on the slow uphill slope all the way to Thugla for lunch a small place where the Khumbu glacier melts into a raging icy river, here the trail from Pheriche and Dingboche meets, here with stunning view of Taboche, Cholatse, Lobuche, Pumori, Ama Dablam, afternoon an hour to a ridge with many memorials of the late climbers both foreigners and Nepalese mountaineers. From here a pleasant walk but catching slight of altitude as it leads to Lobuche for overnight stop.

  • Day 12: Trek to Gorakshep 5,170 m-16,962 ft and hike up to Kalapathar 5,545 m-18,192 ft.

    Walk this morning reaching a path close to Glass Pyramid house, a metrological station funded and run by Nepalese and Italian scientists, from this spot a small steep climb reaching at Khumbu glacier, as the walk leads through over moraine of rocks and small icy streams to reach at Gorakshep with views of Mt. Pumori, Lingtrin, Khumbutse and Mt. Everest. After a break here trek and climb on a steep uphill to Kalapatthar for stunning panorama view of Mt. Everest with array of surroundings peaks, this will be the highest point of this great adventure at 5,545 m, after a thrilling and breathe taking scenery, downhill walk to Gorakshep.

  • Day 13: Trek to Everest Base Camp 5,380 m-17650 ft - 04 hrs.

    Walk to Everest Base Camp along the moraine and ice, on reaching at Everest Base Camp after a tiring but exciting walk, enjoy the view tip of Everest with tumbling Khumbu ice falls close to base camp, around high season for expeditions, this place will be flooded with climbers and camping staff with hundreds of tents.
    After great moments of morning walk, retire for the day at base camp which is already set by our camping and climbing staff and guides.

  • Day 14: At Everest Base Camp rest day.

    A rest day to get organized for the climb and final preparations, our guide and leader provides information regarding skill, technical difficulty and technique for the climb to the summit of Mt. Everest with time to hike around for acclamatsation and to scout the route as well.

  • Day 15-17: Rest and Preparation

    You will be resting here and preparation for ascending above the base camp. in the mean time you will be hiking into Pumori base camp as well. 

  • Day 18-62: Ascent of Mt. Everest summit and return to base camp.

    Trexmount Ventures allocates these time for Summit to Mount Everest. getting prepared and being physically fit to the summit, here our climbing guide will do all necessary job in assisting the group, packing and reloading the gear to further next high camps, probably 3-4 more camps will be adequate after base camp for the final bid to the summit.

    Our Sherpa guides with high altitude porters will ferry the necessary gear to the high camps, and assist in fixing ropes where necessary and making the best possible routes for the great climb to the summit of Everest.

    It is hard to predict exact day for the summit bid during these 14 days itinerary for the climb, while our guide and team member will make the route and fix ropes and carrying loads up to next camps.

    Route description as follows, from Base Camp following the Khumbu glacier and then moraine ridges north east to a broad saddle near an icy frozen Khumbu massive Ice Falls, with camp after a technical route from Ice Falls, which is directly below the ridge of Lho-La, reaching a wide exposed snow between the walls of Everest, Nuptse and Lhotse walls at Westerm Cwm, Swiss Expdt in 1952 called valley of silence, where Camp II at 6,462 m /21,200 ft high can be established after Camp I at 5,944 m / 19,501 ft. Then heading towards a Yellow Band near Geneva Spur to reach at Camp III at 7,114 /23,340 ft, from here climb towards South Col at 7,906 m /25,938 ft, a saddle between the ridge of Lhotse and West part of Everest. After setting a final camp here for the summit bid, from the route leads past South Summit known as Hillary steps one of technical section of the climb before the main summit top. On reaching the top with views of Rongbuk valley below looking on Tibetan side, a grand panorama of snow clad peaks in all directions, after a great moment at the top, descend back to base camp using several few camps on route base camp. After a great and successful climb to Mt. Everest South Col expedition, all party need to be back at base camp by Day 28-29, at this point the porters will arrive for our walk out to Lukla.

  • Day 63: At Base Camp.

    An extra day to re-organize camping and climbing equipment, clean up the rubbish, picking up everything that has been brought leaving nothing except foot prints behind, collected rubbish to bring it back and to be handed to SPCC (Sagarmatha Pollution Control Committee) or to bring back to Kathmandu this is important to collect the garbage deposit money back.

  • Day 64: Trek to Pheriche 4, 240 m-13,910 ft - 05 hrs.

    Getting up early morning, and then continue return journey all the way to Thugla through Lobuche and finally ending the walk at Pheriche valley for overnight stop. Pheriche a nice settlement just near to Dingboche over the hill towards east, this place with many good lodges with HRA (Himalayan Rescue Association) medical post with superb views of Taboche, Cholatse, Amadablam.

  • Day 65: Trek to Tengboche 3,867 m-12,687 ft - 05 hrs.

    After Pheriche a pleasant walk with few ups to encounter on the route to Tengboche, the path leads downhill much of the way through Pangboche village on reaching the bridge with a climb into the wooded area to Tengboche for overnight stop.

  • Day 66: Trek to Monjo 2,880 m-9,448 ft through Namche Bazaar 3,440 m-11286 ft- 06 hrs.

    Morning walk begins with a descend to Imjatse River at Phungetenga, after crossing the bridge a steep uphill for an hour then on the gentle winding trail all the way to Namche Bazaar, after a nice refreshing break at Namche journey continues following downhill path all the way to Dudh Kosi River valley, from here with short ups and downs reaching at Sagarmatha National Park entrance and then to Monjo village for overnight stop in this lovely small village.

  • Day 67: Trek to Lukla - 05 hrs.

    Today the last of this great adventure and trekking ending at Lukla, the walk leads on the easier path after being on the high hills and valley, reaching Lukla with a last climb for 45 minutes, at Lukla for lunch and last overnight stop, with free afternoon and to organize gratitude and farewell dinner with fellow staff and porters.

  • Day 68: Fly to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.

    At Lukla the flight operates from early morning to Kathmandu, sometimes the flight time can get delayed due to unfavorable and bad weather, as per the flight time board in a small Dornier or Twin Otter plane for the scenic flight back to Kathmandu, on reaching at Katmandu domestic terminal Trexmount Ventures staff transfer you back to respective hotels in the heart of Kathmandu around Thamel area.

  • Day 69-70: In Kathmandu for Refreshments.

    This three days reserved in case of flight delay in Lukla due to unfavorable weather conditions, on this extra days you can book for sightseeing tour, in our interesting cultural heritage tour around Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Patan this cities full of world heritage sites, however some of them been damaged from recent earthquake, on this free day with time visiting ministry of tourism to submit the climbing report to respective government department.

  • Day 71: Departure

    breakfast, transfer to Tribhuvan International airport for departing from Nepal.

Equipments and Packing


EQUIPMENT: Since you are traveling here and there and through the country side, consider carrying warm, lightweight, hand-washable and quick-drying clothes.

FOOT WEAR:
Trekking Boots (One Pair), Light Soaks (3 Pairs), Thick Socks (4 pairs), Camp Shoes (1 pair), and Sandals (1 pair).

CLOTHING:
Warm Cotton Trousers (2 pairs), Fleece Jacket or Pullover (1), Down or Fiber Filled Waterproof Jacket and Trousers (1), Shirts and T-Shirts (4 pieces), Long Under Wear (2 pieces), Lightweight Cotton Long Pants, Short Under Wear (4 pieces), Sunglasses (1), Sun Hat or Scarf (1) and Woolen Hat (1), Lightweight Gloves (1), Heavyweight Gloves or Mittens With a Waterproof (1), Rain Coat (1).

OTHER EQUIPMENT:
Daypack (1), Down Jacket (1), Sleeping Bag (4 seasons-1), Water Bottle (1), Sunglasses, Flashlight with Spare Bulbs, Sun Cream, Batteriesm Gaiters, Lip Salve.

OPTIONAL:
Toilet Articles, Insect Repellent, Notebook and Pen, Laundry Soap, Toilet Roll, Pocket Knife, Binoculars, Sewing Kit, Soap, Camera, GPS, Cards and Personal Medical Kit and items of your personal interest.

Note: 
If you are wearing glasses, it is advisable to bring a spare pair. If you wear contact lenses you may find that climatic changes and dust can create visual irritation, therefore, it is advisable to bring a pair of glasses.

For Water Purification: You should not drink the water from the tap in Nepal because of bacteria. You can either use water purification or buy the bottle of water. Now a days, some people are bringing their own water filter which is very impressive & useful.
Bottled mineral water and boiled water are available for purchase throughout Trekking.  However, water purification tablets or your own filter can be useful with your interest.

  • Steripen
  • Water filter
  • Iodine or chlorine dioxide purification tablets

Checklist for Documents:
The Following documents listed below are a must and should be with you at all times.

  • Valid Passport
  • Medical Insurance card(s)
  • Address book | Our Company contact details (for any emergency)
  • Flight tickets (e-tickets).
  • Passport size photos ( At least 4)

Note: We do recommend you to make copies of passport, visas, permits, airline tickets/schedule and so on. Leave a copy with someone at home and put a copy in a separate place in your luggage.

Passport


Your passport is a valuable document and you should exercise extreme care in keeping it safe. We recommend that you keep your passport on you at all times, preferably in a money belt that is worn under your clothing. We advise that you take copies of relevant pages in your passport and any visas that you may purchase in case of loss or damage. Your tour leader will require your passport details at the pre-departure meeting. Again, we recommend that you have a photocopy of your passport details, kept separate. Your passport must be valid for six months after the END of your tour, and must have one blank page for each country to be visited.

Nepal Visa


You can either processed tourist visas from any Nepalese Embassy or via the web or you upon arrival in Nepal. Please note that once the visa is issued, it may not be amended or re-validated and visa fees will not be refunded. USD cash or Visa and Master Card credit cards are accepted for visa fees. Visitors who wanted to get tourist visa at arrival, they can obtain into following arrival points in Nepal:
Tribhubhan International Airport (TIA), Kathmandu| Kodari| Kakarbhitta| Birgunj| Belhiya Bhairahawa | Nepalgunj |Dhangadi | Mahendranagar.

REQUIREMENTS for Visa is as following:
Valid Passport (with a validity of a minimum period of six months) duly completed Visa application form.
Visa fees easier to be paid in cash.
Visa fees at arrival points in Nepal: Visa for 15 days = $25, For 30 days = $40, For 90 days = $100.
Please also note that: Nationals of the following countries must apply for a tourist visa through Nepalese Embassies as they do not get visas on arrival at the entry points of Nepal.

Note: Nigeria | Ghana | Zimbabwe | Swaziland | Cameroon | Somalia | Liberia| Ethiopia| Iraq| Palestine and Afghanistan’s Travel Document holders (Passport holder) should apply for a tourist visa at the Nepalese Embassy. Entry validity: The validity of visa dates is counted from the date of arrival in Nepal which is Six months from the date of issue.

Visa Extension: A tourist visa can be extended from the Department of Immigration in Kathmandu and Pokhara Immigration Office for a total of 120 days. Over the course of a visa year, a tourist cannot stay in Nepal more than cumulative 150 days.

If you need to come back into Nepal such as going after Tibet, Bhutan or India, Apply and get multiple entry visa.

EACH CLIENT IS SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR OBTAINING ALL NECESSARY VISAS.
Country entry regulations can be changed, Trexmount Ventures does not accept responsibility for changes in regulations or requirements for visas. The information provided is given in good faith.

Travel Insurance


Travel / Medical Insurance: Travel / Medical insurance a compulsory in all Trexmount Ventures trips, all clients MUST be insured to cover personal accident, medical expenses, cancellation, curtailment and repatriation. Please Note you should check that your insurance policy is adequate.

Trip Route Map


Tour Leader and Staffs


“Adventure with Newness” is the philosophy of Trexmount Ventures. The motto of the company is unchangeable since the company established as Professionalism and dedication which is the identity of our company. We are teaming based Trekking and Travel Company, Our professional management, qualified team and well trained Leaders & Guides with years of experience are here to makes your dreams of holiday in the Himalayan with safe, comfortable and enjoyable. 

Best Time to Travel


Autumn Seasons is consider as best time to visit the country. Starts from middle of September to November. You will usually finds clear blue skies and extraordinary mountain views.  

The year is divided into 4 different seasons in Nepal – winter, spring, monsoon and autumn. so another best period to visit the country for plant lovers is during spring from March to May when the flowers are in full bloom. The mountain slopes are covered with beautiful and colorful flowers.  From June the downpour begins. It continues till late August. People can still do the trips into few region. Winter begins from December and continues till late February, it will be bit cold to go into high Himalayan region however you can do the trips into low elevation below 3000m. We can find really clear weather this time of year as well. 

Nepal and its Himalayan range have a typical monsoonal two season a year. There’s the dry season from October to May and the wet season monsoon will starts from June to mid September. And the dry season starts which is best time to visit Nepal and around the Himalaya in many ways then in Monsoon. 

Acclimatization in the height


Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS): Depending upon the zone of trekking, AMS might occur if one does not acclimatize well while trekking in the high Himalayan region. Usually the symptom of AMS can be felt above 3,000 m with thin air, lack of oxygen from low air pressure. The Rapid Ascend, dehydration and Hypothermia are the cause of the symptom. We have rated three different level of the Altitude Sickness:

  1.  AMS – Acute Mountain Sickness: 
    The initial symptoms of Acute Mountain Sickness starts with headache, nausea, shortness of breath, fatigue / tiredness, Loss of appetite, disturbance in sleep which is mild a symptoms that will make like hangover / not feeling well.  You don’t need to worry much this will take time to heal after a good acclamatsation, this can be avoided after slow ascend or resting into the same elevation.
  2. HAPE – High Altitude Pulmonary Edema:
    This second level of the sickness may get water in the lungs with the symptoms of increasing Headache, wish to vomiting or vomiting, diarrhea, Dizziness’, Breathing hard, severe cough (dry or Productive), increasing tiredness/weakness, high pulse, Fatigue while walking, Blueness of the face, Lips, Fingers nails which means inability to circulate the Oxygen into the blood. If these symptoms occur, you shouldn’t ascend higher, take medicine & rest/stay into the same altitude for extra night, if it does not improves, you need to descend into lower elevation.
  3. Hace – High Altitude Cerebral Edema
    The final level is a extreme stage of altitude sickness with the symptoms of worsening headache & Vomiting, mental confusion, swelling hand & face, walking like drunk, irritable, unconsciousness or coma. If these serious symptoms appear, you need to get into the hospital as soon as possible either by heli-copter or by other possible arrangements.

Decision Making: All the decision is made by the victims and by leader or guide for 
evacuation by any means of quick transportation and in helicopter.

  1. Find out the main problem i.e. at altitude. Assume all problems are Altitude Sickness unless proven otherwise. 
  2. If it is an altitude problem with mild symptoms, stay at the same altitude until the symptoms are completely gone. Take an Aspirin tablet, try to go up but listen to your body. If symptoms are worsening, descend into the lower.

Prevention is better than cure. A proper acclimatization before heading higher elevation, not to make Rapid Ascent; not to walk faster and drink plenty of fluid like water.

  • Listen your body & Let them more comfortable & rest more than usual. 
  • Avoid alcohol, Narcotic Drugs, sleeping pills and smoking. 
    Drink more fluid 3-4ltrs a day… clean, boiled or treated water/tea/coffee/soup/juice etc. 
  • Do not carry heavy packs, 10 – 12 Kilograms is ok. 
  • Climb higher sleep lower.
    Above 3000m, a 300m ascent a day if possible and walk with someone.

Treatment: The main healer and treatment is Descent, Descent, Descent, the best way of recovering. However, there are few medicine which maybe helpful when suffering: Oxygen, Diamox (Acetomolide) for AMS 125 mg. Before dinner, for sleeping problem if feeling suffocated, Nafedipine for HAPE, Steroids/Dexamethasone for HACE, Hyperbolic Bag – Gamow Bag

Important: Go up slowly with take your own pace. Do not let your body get cold. Do not leave your team member behind unattended, either trekker or porter. Drink plenty of fluids (at least 3 liters per day). Get all information about Altitude Sickness before your trekking tour that will make you confident to make your tour successful.

Required Physical Condition and Experience


Your doctor might suggest you while traveling in Asia or any 3rd world countries, as in Nepal vaccinations are not compulsory unless coming from a yellow fever infected region but we do recommend you are covered for: *diphtheria & TB, hepatitis A, *hepatitis B, *malaria, typhoid, polio and tetanus. NB* a Yellow Fever certificate is required if arriving from infected areas.

For traveling in the countryside and remote areas, immune globulin is also recommended to combat hepatitis A. We advise you to bring along a supply of antibiotics, an anti-diarrhea agent, and any other prescription drugs required by your current medical conditions.

Vaccination requirements are subject to change and should be confirmed before departure.You may need additional inoculations so please contact your GP or a travel medical center for further information. Please consult your doctor for up-to-date information and prescriptions for vaccinations, anti-malarial requirements and any reasonably foreseeable illnesses whilst traveling into Asia.

Note: Please don’t forget check up with your Doctor & get advice whether your health permit or not to go into the region.

We also recommend: A dental check-up prior to traveling, you know your blood group in case of emergency and to send your medical / dietary lists. If you have any pre-existing medical conditions which might affect you on tour, you make these known to your Travel Agent at the time of your booking

Medical Supplies: In every trip we do provide with essential comprehensive medical kits however you may carry your own medical kits as per your doctor’s recommendations.

List of some recommended items: Band Aids / bandages, laxatives, upset stomach remedy, anti-diarrhea remedy, Panadol /Aspirin, rehydration remedy, antiseptic cream/powder, sterile dressings, any relevant course of medication such as contraceptive pills.

Make Own tailor made Itinerary


Our expert Travel planner will set the new itinerary with your specific requirements on the based of your Budget, group size, interest and time frame. Please write to us into our email:- uniquepath@mail.com.np  | info@nepalholidayinfo.com | contact@nepalholidayinfo.com

Tailor – Made Travel is a best way to explore more varieties of activities to Enjoy the Holiday Maximum. You just have to tell us your interest, we will combine the desired activities from Trekking and Hiking | Tours & Sightseeing | Climbing and Expeditions | Wild Life Safari | Pilgrimage Tours | Sports and Holidays | Scenic Spot and Hill Stations | Local Living and Home Stay | Historical and Cultural | River Rafting | Bungee Jumping | Paragliding | Birds Watching and so on. We will furnished the itinerary plan with your Budget (Budget, Standard and Luxury), interest and time Frame. Thank you  🙂 

FAQ


Arriving in Nepal & Transfers:  Before you depart for Nepal please send us your flight details so that we can arrange a complementary transport from the airport to the hotel in Kathmandu. Our staff and representative will have a sign-board with “Trexmount Ventures”, please look for it when reaching outside the main terminal. Please note our phone numbers if in-case of flight delay and change in time & schedule or if you don’t see our Sign Board on your arrival in case of emergency: 
Please notify on these + 977- 1- 4701237, 4701238, 4701239 or Cell: 9851058054

Please be aware of hawkers at the airport will try to carry your bags for you and direct you to specific guesthouses.  Please carry your own luggage and don’t give any money who ever asks for it. Luggage

Standard commercial airline baggage restrictions apply. Usually this is 20 kg for economy passengers and one piece of carry-on luggage. It is advisable to check with your airline before traveling.

Currency: The official currency in Nepal is Rupee. The most commonly use symbol for Rupee is NPR or Rs. One Rupee is made up of 100 Paisa, a smaller unit.  There are coins  for denominations of one, two, five and ten rupees and bank notes in denominations of 1,2, 5, 10, 20, 25, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 rupees. There is no restriction on the amount of foreign currency or travelers checks brought into Nepal.

Money Exchange: Nepal Rastra Bank (National Bank)  sets the exchange rate and lists rate in daily news paper. There are many money changer counters and Banks in the cities at where you can change your cash money into local currency.  When you are changing money officially, you need to show your passport and get receipt with your identity. 

There are various ATM Machines in main cities and towns like Kathmandu, Pokhara and so on. Where you can get cash (only Nepalese Rupee) on both Visa and Master Card’s 24 hours a day. Usually you can draw Maximum 30,000 NPR a day from your Card.

Accommodations: In Nepal most places have tourist standard facilities depending upon the choices, as we have put a lot of effort into locating the most appropriate type of accommodation for each tour.

It will always be clean and hygienic, comfortable and of a very high standard. Accommodation for Nepal trips is in a combination of good standard tourist class hotels and Guest Houses in the Treks operated by the local people, which offer Twin Sharing accommodations, please be prepared for the common Bathrooms.

If you wish to spend a few additional days in your start city before the departure of your tour, then we can arrange accommodation for you. On the last day of the tour we usually arrive at our final destination in the late afternoon, when the tour ends. If you would like to book accommodation for that night or even stay additional nights, we will be more than happy to arrange this for you as well. All our accommodation is carefully chosen, conveniently located, clean and comfortable.

Tipping & Bargaining: Tipping in Nepal is not mandatory. It is now a traditional way, asset by earlier visitors, to tip guides, porters and Tour Driver, who now expect a tip. Any gratuity for good service will be gratefully accepted at the end of the tour.

Bargaining is part of Nepalese culture, especially in markets when hiring the local vehicles, buying the jewelers and local clothing.

Travel Tip: You might be tempted to buy a few souvenirs here and there, so leave a little room for those extra purchases!

Safe Travel:

  • Do not take unnecessary valuables with you, a money belt, or similar, worn close to your body is the best way to carry passports, airline tickets, money and other Valuables.
  • Do Not leave any valuables in hotel rooms, please use SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES in the Hotel. Items are left at the individual’s risk.
  • Pickpockets are not common in Nepal but it can happen, especially in tourist areas and in crowded markets; you must always exercise care.
  • Be aware that anything left lying around will also be liable to theft.

Departure Tax: International Flight departure taxes are included in your flight ticket.

Time Zone: Nepal Greenwich Mean Time (GMT + 5:45 Hours).

Voltage:  Electricity in Nepal is 230 volts AC, 50 cycles. We do have two pins & 3 pins power sockets, you better to have two Pin travel plug adapter which will be useful to charge your batteries.

Drug Policy: Under no circumstances are any illegal drugs allowed on any part of the trip. Anyone discovered in possession of any such drugs, will be asked to leave the tour immediately without question or refund.

Water:  You should not drink the water from the tap in Nepal because of bacteria. You can either use water purification or buy the bottle of water. Now a days, some people are bringing their own water filter which is very impressive & useful.

Bottled mineral water and boiled water are available for purchase throughout Trekking.  However, water purification tablets or your own filter can be useful with your interest.

  • Steripen
  • Water filter
  • Iodine or chlorine dioxide purification tablets

Photography: Photography is important part of the holiday that carries the memory of holiday in the photos.  Please remember, we are guests in the countries through which we travel and we may sometimes inadvertently cause offense by taking photographs without first asking permission. It is absolutely forbidden by law to take photos at any borders, as they are all active military installation.

Contact details: 
Trexmount Ventures: 
Ciltron Garden 495, Thamel Kathmandu, Nepal Phone: +977-1-4701238 | 4701239 |  Cell : +977-9851058054 | Fax : +977-1-4701237 Email :uniquepath@mail.com.np | Url : http://www.nepalholidayinfo.com

Note: 
This tour is operated by Trexmount Ventures. Information provided in all brochures, leaflets and dossiers is offered in good faith by the company, based on the latest information available with update while in publication.

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