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Everest Base Camp from where Expedition starts

Everest Base Camp from where Expedition starts

Birth place of lord Gautam Buddha

Birth place of lord Gautam Buddha

One of the less visited trekking destinations Upper Dolpo

One of the less visited trekking destinations Upper Dolpo

Larke pass trekking

Larke pass trekking

Boudhanath stupa, one of the famous and enlisted world heritage site

Boudhanath stupa, one of the famous and enlisted world heritage site

stunning view from Gokyo Ri

stunning view from Gokyo Ri

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Annapurna Base Camp known as Annapurna Sanctuary trekking

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Everest Region trekking

Mt. Amadablam Expedition

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Mt. Ama Dablam Expedition encapsulates thrilling accent of the most beautiful mountain in Asia, Mount Ama Dablam (6812m), which literally means “mother’s necklace”. Ama Dablam stands over Khumbu Valley shadowing the Everest Base Camp trail. First climbed by Mike Gill, Barry Bishop, Mike Ward and Walley Romanes via Southest Ridge in 1961, Mount Ama Dablam has been the mountaineer’s choice ever since. The permit cost for Ama Dablam Expedition is USD $400 for the Spring, USD $400 for Autumn and USD $ 200 for the Winter and Summer. The cost for Ama Dablam differs agency to agency. Most agencies have common price falling between USD $8000 and USD $10000 whereas Himalayan Wild Treks offers USD $6200 for the same. In addition, Himalayan Wild Treks also offers flexible Ama Dablam Expedition Itinerary along with updated Ama Dablam Expedition Map.

Ama Dablam, that can be seen majestically from Tengboche Monastery, is the third most popular Himalayan Peak permitted for expedition in Everest Region. Ama Dablam is technically demanding as well as challenging Mountain Peak that is reached crossing alpine rivers, fir and pine trees, serrated rocky sections, breathtaking view of the mountains in the proximity, dramatic ice-phases, stunning chiaroscuro created during sunrise and sunset. The base Camp of Ama Dablam is flat with a prsinte stream to draw water from.  Before the climb of the Mountain, a Buddhist monk carried out a Buddhist ritual, praying to the mountain for the successful completion of the adventure.  Being technically challenging, Mount Ama Dablam demands prior climbing ideas and experiences that can be acquired from the trainings provided by the professional Mountain Guides, and Sherpas Himalayan Wild Treks provides.

The clients will be driven to hotel from airport and the following day, paperwork documentation along with sightseeing of the major UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu will be done. The team will fly to Tenzing Hillary Airport at Luka (2860m) then the hiking to Namche (3440m), known as  the Gateway to Everest  is a Sherpa village for an acclimatization day. Acclimatization for altitude adaptation is mandatory here. The trail then leads us to Tenboche (3860m) and Pangboche, then to Ama Dablam Base Camp, which is a flat meadow with a small river the flows right through the meadow. There will be plenty of homework and acclimatization before actual climb of Ama Dablam. The “yellow tower” between Camp 1 and Camp 2 and “Mushroom Ridge” en route to Camp 3 are technically challenging sections. After the victory over the summit, we descend back to Namche throught the same route to wrap up the expedition which is followed by a flight back to Kathmandu.

Himalayan Wild Treks is one of the top leading companies in Nepal that has been organizing trekking, tours, and expeditions with a team of professionals. Please, feel free to contact us for Mt. Ama Dablam Expedition.

Outline Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel
Day 2: Documentation preparation / sighseeing in Kathmandu O/N Hotel
Day 3: Fly to Lukla and trek further to Mondjo (2800m, 4hr), or Phakdingma O/N lodge .
Day 4: Trek to Namche Bazar village (3400m) O/N Lodge
Day 5: Rest day in Namche Bazar.
Day 6: Trek to Tengboche monastery (3860m)(4hr) O/N Lodge
Day 7: Trek to Pangboche and O/N Lodge ( Trekking Group Trek to Dingboche O/N Lodge )
Day 8: Trek to Amadablam Base Camp and O/N Camp( Trekking Group Trek to Lobuche O/N Lodge)
Day 9: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) ( Trekking Group Trek to kalapathar and back to Gorakshep O/N lodge )
Day 10: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.)( Trekking group Lobhuche Base Camp and O/N Camp )
Day 11: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) ( Trekking Group set High Camp of Lobhuche Peak and O/N camp )
Day 12: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) (Accent Lobhuce and back to Base campa and O/N Camp)
Day 13: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) ( Trek to Chukung and O/N Camp )
Day 14: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) (Trek to Island peak Base camp and O/N Camp )
Day 15: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) ( Accent Island Peak and O/N camp )
Day 16: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) ( trek to Dinboche and O/N Camp)
Day 17: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) ( Trek to Amadablam Base Camp and O/N Camp) Meeting with Expedition Team Dinner Together.
Day 18: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) ( Free Day in Amadablam Base Camp or climb Amadablam O/N Camp)
Day 19: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) ( Free Day in Amadablam Base Camp or climb Amadablam: O/N Camp )
Day 20: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) ( Free Day in Amadablam Base Camp or climb Amadablam: O/N Camp ):
Day 21: Trek Descent to Namche Bazar.
Day 22: Trek Descent to Lukla.
Day 23: Flight to Kathmandu. Hotel.
Day 24: trasfer to the Hotel for final depatures 

 

Outline Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel
Day 2: Documentation preparation / sighseeing in Kathmandu O/N Hotel
Day 3: Fly to Lukla and trek further to Mondjo (2800m, 4hr), or Phakdingma O/N lodge .
Day 4: Trek to Namche Bazar village (3400m) O/N Lodge
Day 5: Rest day in Namche Bazar.
Day 6: Trek to Tengboche monastery (3860m)(4hr) O/N Lodge
Day 7: Trek to Pangboche and O/N Lodge ( Trekking Group Trek to Dingboche O/N Lodge )
Day 8: Trek to Amadablam Base Camp and O/N Camp( Trekking Group Trek to Lobuche O/N Lodge)
Day 9: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) ( Trekking Group Trek to kalapathar and back to Gorakshep O/N lodge )
Day 10: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.)( Trekking group Lobhuche Base Camp and O/N Camp )
Day 11: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) ( Trekking Group set High Camp of Lobhuche Peak and O/N camp )
Day 12: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) (Accent Lobhuce and back to Base campa and O/N Camp)
Day 13: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) ( Trek to Chukung and O/N Camp )
Day 14: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) (Trek to Island peak Base camp and O/N Camp )
Day 15: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) ( Accent Island Peak and O/N camp )
Day 16: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) ( trek to Dinboche and O/N Camp)
Day 17: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) ( Trek to Amadablam Base Camp and O/N Camp) Meeting with Expedition Team Dinner Together.
Day 18: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) ( Free Day in Amadablam Base Camp or climb Amadablam O/N Camp)
Day 19: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) ( Free Day in Amadablam Base Camp or climb Amadablam: O/N Camp )
Day 20: Climbing Period of Ama Dablam (B.C./Summit /B.C.) ( Free Day in Amadablam Base Camp or climb Amadablam: O/N Camp ):
Day 21: Trek Descent to Namche Bazar.
Day 22: Trek Descent to Lukla.
Day 23: Flight to Kathmandu. Hotel.
Day 24: trasfer to the Hotel for final depatures 

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