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    Facts of the trip

    Group Size: Min 1 / Max 6
    Highest Access of the Trek: 8463m
    Grade: Challenging
    Note / Best Time: Spring & Autumn
    Accommodation: Tent & lodge
    Culture: mixed
    Duration: 49 days
    Entry: Tumlingtar
    Exit: Tumlingtar

    Makalu is the fifth highest mountain in the world. It is in the northeast region of Nepal and is a neighbor of Mount Everest, located just 14 miles east of it. Its size alone is impressive, and its structure, that of a perfect pyramid with four projecting edges, makes this mountain all the more spectacular.

    Road to the top: The normal Makalu route in Nepal is one of the classic routes and a difficult undertaking in the Himalayas. Traced for the first time by a French team in 1955, the route is accessible via the Barun valley, at the base camp. The route consists of difficult and exposed terrain. The key to a successful ascent of Mount Makalu is patience, a good organization of logistics and perseverance.
    The base camp route climbs through moderate slopes to Camp 1 at 6400m. After sleeping in this camp we return to the base camp to start planning for the next climb to the upper camps. We return to Camp 1, then climb a steep wall directly to Camp 2 at an altitude of 6600m, near Makalu La. After sleeping at Camp 2, we go to Camp 3 to acclimatize before returning at base camp. Our last foray into the mountains brings us to Camp 4 at approximately 7,600m.
    The day of the summit, we climb from Camp 4 through mixed terrain of the French Corridor. The corridor consists of rock and mixed ice protected by fixed ropes. We continue to the summit ridge which is a narrow exposed climb on an incredible ridge. We climb to the false summit and then reach one of the most famous of all the peaks, the Makalu.
    The preparation of all necessary permits, food, materials, equipment, cooking, staff, cook, transport and climbing sherpas (one for each client) will be done before leaving for Makalu. Our team will ensure the security and success of this climb (for more details, contact us: ).

    Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu, transfer to hotel

    Day 02:
    Preparation day for the expedition

    Day 03:
     Preparation day for the expedition

    Day 04:
    Fly to Tumlingtar – camping

    Day 05:
    Tumlingtar – Kuwapani

    Day 06:
    Kuwapani – Chichila

    Day 07:
    Chichila – Num

    Day 08:
    Num – Seduwa

    Day 09:
    Seduwa – Tashigaun

    Day 10:
    Tashigaun – Khongma La (Danda)

    Day 11:
    Khongmadanda – Mumfuk

    Day 12:
    Mumfuk -Yangle Kharak

    Day 13:
    Yangle Khark -Merak

    Day 14:
    Merak -Sersung (half day rest) for acclimatize

    Day 15:
    Sersung – Makalu Base camp

    Day 16-47:
    Climbing Period for Makalu (8463m)

    Day 48:
    Makalu BC – Mumbuck

    Day 49:
    Mumbuck – Khongma La (Danda)

    Day 50:
    Khongma La – Seduwa

    Day 51:
    Seduwa – Chichila

    Day 52:
    Chichila – Tumlingtar

    Day 53:
    Tumlingtar – Kathmandu by flight

    Day 54:

    Day 55:
    Final Departure

    Price Includes:

    • All ground transportation as per our itinerary.
    • Four star standard Grand Hotel in Kathmandu
    • Guided sightseeing around world heritage sites of Kathmandu.
    • Welcome Dinner with Live Nepalese Program.
    • All Custom Clearance Fees for your gears.
    • Mount Makalu Expedition Royalty.
    • Liaison Officer Fee.
    • National Park Permit Fees.
    • Recognized  experienced Climbing Sherpa with their equipments and allowance. (They will continue to the summit for your support).
    •  Airfare: Kathmandu-Tumlingtar-Kathmandu.
    • Transportation of all of your gears and our equipment, foods to the Makalu Higher Base Camp (5600m).
    • Full Logistic support for the Expedition. All the Camping & Kitchen Equipments
    • Such as Two Men Tent, Toilet Tent, Dinning Tent, Mattresses, Tables, Chairs, Hot water bag, Pillows, Inner Sheet and etc.
    • Two Trekking Sherpa, One Trekking Sirdar, One High Altitude Cook, Two Kitchen Helpers, High altitude Porters and their daily wages.
    • (Also including their insurance with all necessary lodging – fooding – clothing arrangements.)
    • Three times meal a day till reaching Base Camp and after returning from Base Camp, prepared by our very professional kitchen crew.
    • (Including the fuel).
    • Medical treatment for our crew.
    • Cargo flight for your equipment.

    Price Excludes:

    • All International Airfares / Airport taxes.
    • Expenses of personal nature such as bottled drinks, mineral water, tips and etc.
    • Rescue and evacuation – insurance (compulsory)
    • Personal medical and travel insurance.
    • personal equipments etc.
    • Tips for the staff.

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