Expedition in Nepal • Lhotse Expedition
Lhotse Expedition in Nepal
Lhotse is the fourth highest mountain in the world. Lhotse is sometimes mistakenly identified as the south peak of the Everest massif. No serious attention was turned to climbing Lhotse until after Everest had finally been ascended. Lhotse was first climbed in 1956 as an alternative route to the summit of Everest.
Ecology Green Treks expedition is a government registered company. Our expedition guides, leaders and climbing sherpas are well experienced and has got a lot of practical experience. They have been in this field for the last two decades. So they could give all necessary guidance to take what all precaution and expected dangers and how to tackle them. This enhances our expeditors to have full confidence and courage.
Day 01: Arrival in KTM
Day 02/Day 04: Stay in KTM official formalities.
Day 05: Fly to Lukla same day Phakding
Day 06: Namche Bazaar
Day 07/Day 08: Stay at Khumjung for acclimatization
Day 09: Tengboche Monastery
Day 10: Pheriche
Day 11: Lobuche
Day 12: Lhotse Shar BC
Day 13/Day 46: Climbing
Day 47/Day 48: Cleaning Base Camp
Day 49: Trek from BC to Pheriche
Day 50: Khumjung
Day 51: Phakding
Day 52: Lukla
Day 53: Fly back to KTM
Day 54/Day 55: Stay in KTM
Day 56: Departure from KTM
This price includes:- Trek in full board. Flight Kathmandu to Lukla to Kathmandu.
Trek in Tent. Permit Fee (Royalty) of Mt. Lhotse, All indicated visits and transportation, a professional guide up to base camp and climbing guide for altitude, camping gears,a porter for the luggage of 2 person, Accommodations and meals under tent, kitchen equipments, base camp staffs and porters, liaison officer.
In Kathmandu: reception at airport, transfers airport/hotel/airport, permits and entrance fees in national parks/ conservation area projects. transportation to/ from trek, tourist standard hotel in Kathmandu on bed and breakfast basis.
Note:- Guide and staff stay in base camp. Only climbing staff accompany in altitude.
Price does not include: all the drinks except tea or coffee in breakfast. Meals in Kathmandu, entrance fees in the monuments, museums and cities, airport tax, visa fees, tips, high altitude food, fuel, gas after base camp, and personal climbing gear, evacuation and rescue / medical insurances of clients, all the airport taxes, customs and duties declaration of the expedition equipments, Satellite Phone and Walking Talking, Oxygen and Mask regulator, Climbing Sherpa's bonus.
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