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Ama Dablam Expedition Nepal
30 Days $8500

US $  9999
US $ 8500
  Accomodation : Best Tea House
 Duration : 30  Days
 Grading : Difficult
 Max Altitude : 6856m
 Activity : Summits
 Starts at : Kathmandu
 End at : kathmandu
 Best Season : Spring / autumn


Ama Dablam is one of the most fabulous mountains situated in Himalaya, In addition, It is also one of the most extraordinary mountains in the world which is situated in the heart of the Khumbu region. Mt Ama Dablam is situated above Thyangboche Monastery on the majestic path of Everest Base Camp. This breathtaking expedition is appreciated by thousands of climbers and trekkers. This site offers marvelous, technical climbing experience in a splendid background. This expedition will offer you the best of it to enjoy plentiful cultural and delightful alterations.

The Ama Dablam expedition will be led by a professional team of experienced members who have gained enough experience in their field. The main motive is that this technique makes sure that all team members have required experienced, reasonably self-sufficient, capable and can perform in harsh situations. During this trek, you will have a high level of support from our team members who are strong, and confident in their leadership. This makes the maximum priority to make your expedition without any danger.

Amadablam expedition is famous for giving the overall view of mountains like - Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Makalu Everest peak, which tells that this trekking offers the highest level of satisfaction.
Various fully functional equipment will and fixed ropes will be used in most parts of the climbing so the climber must have some technical knowledge about climbing through the rock and ice. If you possess good experience and wish to join fully as a team member of a skillfully led expedition, this could be the perfect Chance.

Our track will be through the Southwest Ridge. This track offers a fine and diverse climb, sustained at a reasonable level of struggle and with good camp platforms at planned points of the Ama Dablam Expedition.


Day 1: Arrival in Tribhuvan Airport and transfer to hotel


Day 2: Sightseeing of Kathmandu Valley


Day 3: Flight to beautiful Lukla


Day 4: Hiking to Famous Namche bazzar


Day 5: Rest and Acclimatization day


Day 6: Dingboche Trek (4410m)


Day 7: Periche Trek (4371m)


Day 8: Acclimatization day


Day 9: Trek to Ama Dablam Base Camp


Day 10-25: Ama Dablam climbing


Days 26-27: Fly back to Lukla


Days 28: Fly back to Kathmandu


Day 29: Rest day and Sightseeing


Day 30: Farewell and Departure from Kathmandu



How difficult is climbing Ama Dablam?

Ama Dablam is considered a rugged mountain to climb. With its relatively low altitude for the Himalayas, some assume it will be easy. However, the combination of rock and ice climbing combined with the altitude poses a severe challenge to any climber.

Does Ama Dablam count as Everest?

A mountain climber's dream is to conquer Ama Dablam, one of the most spectacular mountains in the world. Khumbu climbers will journey into base camp, climb the technical rock, snow, and ice, and enjoy stunning views of Mount Everest, Lhotse, and Makalu on top of this memorable experience.

What is the elevation of the base camp of Ama Dablam?

The exact elevation of the Ama Dablam basecamp is 4,600 meters. 

There is a long approach and acclimatization trek through the Khumba Valley and along the Dudh Kosi River to get to the Base Camp of Ama Dablam, located at 4,600 meters (15,100 feet). The only accommodation available on Ama Dablam is a four-season tent, as there are no mountain huts.

Can you climb Ama Dablam without a permit?

Permits for climbing Ama Dablam must get obtained through a registered company in the region. It is highly recommended that all levels climb the peak with a guide. A team of this size must consist of an experienced, competent, trustworthy base camp crew and mountain climbing Sherpas.


Does Mount Ama Dablam lie in Nigeria?

Known as the jewel of the Himalayas, Nepal's Ama Dablam is among the highest peaks in the world. Ama Dablam climbing is relatively safe, but you need to take a permit to climb it. Located in the Khumbu region of Nepal, this climb combines cultural exploration with rock, snow, and ice climbing experience. 

What is the typical climbing season for Ama Dablam?

With most Himalayan peaks, the best time is in the spring since the temperature increases every day and snow is less likely. However, because winter can still be around, it can be quite treacherous with freezing precipitation. Fall is the opposite, with colder temperatures and increasing instability. Since they are busy with Everest in the spring, most guides climb in the fall.

Can I hire a guide for Ama Dablam?

Certainly, Nepalese (Sherpa) guides and base camp services can be provided by local logistics companies in Kathmandu.

What is the greatest challenge faced by the trekkers of Ama Dablam?

There is no doubt that Ama Dablam is a highly challenging peak. Some people underestimate its difficulty due to the low altitude of the Himalayas. While climbing rock and ice, the altitude, combined with the challenges, makes it a challenging experience; anyone can do it.

What are the cost differences between a standard climb on Ama Dablam with a guide and without?
You could pay as much as $20,000 depending on who you use. Cutting your costs in half or more is possible if you do everything yourself. But you still need assistance from the local travel agent to safeguard yourself from the emergency.

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