Amadablam Expedition 6814 mtrs

Amadablam Expedition 6814 mtrs

16 Oct 15:00 - 25 Oct 18:00 - Kathmandu
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Mount Ama Dablam, alternately known as Amai Dablang, is a "small mountain" covered by ice snow and many vertical rock walls but with a large and challenging 6814-meter high peak, being considered the most beautiful mountain in the Everest region.

The name of Ama Dablam means "the necklace of the mother"; the long ridges on either side of the top are stretched out of this mountain like the arms of a mother (Ama) that protects her child and the glacier hanging over it as a (Dablam) double pendant necklace tells this story carries the image of a goddess in the past was carried by the Sherpa women.

Ama Dablam is the third peak in the Himalayas as popularity in what the release of climbing premises means.

The most popular ascension route is, by far, the Southwest Ridge.
The route to the top of the mountain consists of 3 camps excluding the base camp. For this expedition, although there is not a peak of more than 8,000 meters, a liaison officer from the Nepalese Mountaineering Agency is required for any other expedition on Everest or other peaks over 8,000 meters.
The base camp of the Ama Dablam Mountain is at an altitude of 4770 m, camp 1 at 5,800 m, camp 2 at 6,075 m and last, camp 3 at 6,400 m.
The trekking trail to the base camp is one of the most amazing, being the same route on the Khumbu Glacier valley to Mount Everest.
Day 1: We arrive in Kathmandu

Day 2: Preparations for departure to Lukla, briefing at the Nepal Tourism Ministry

Day 3: We were flying to Lukla from where we were trekking to Phakding-we over there

Day 4: We climb Namche Bazaar about 3,450m

Day 5: Accommodating days in Namche-Climb a 3900 m high

Day 6: From Namche to Tyangboche Monastery about 3900 m

Day 7: Tyangboche-Amadablam Base Camp, Camp 4,770 m

Day 8-19: The period for climbing the mountain

Day 20: Base Camp to Namche

Day 21: Namche to Lukla

Day 22: I was flying to Kathmandu

Day 23: Celebration Day in Kathmandu, briefing at the Ministry of Tourism, we receive the certificates of success

Day 24: Final Departure Day

Cost: US$ 5000 per climber.

The cost includes
- Full Board (3 meals / day),
- Tents, strings, technical equipment group
- Sherpas, porters (25kg), chefs,
- Domestic Flight in Nepal (Kathmandu-Lukla-Ktm)
- Airport transfer
- Hotel in Nepal (4 nights) breakfast
- Climbing permit
- Supporting Climbers.

The cost does not include
- Meal in Kathmandu (Lunch-dinner)
- Medical / travel / cancellation insurance
- Personal equipment
- Alcoholic beverages
- Other personal expenses

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