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Located in Solukhumbu district in eastern Nepal, Amadablam (6812m) is one of the most beautiful and technical mountains in the world. It is often compared with Mt. Matterhorn of Swiss Alps. Ama dablam means “Mother’s necklace”, the long ridges on each side like the arms of a mother (ama) protecting her child and the hanging glacier thought of as the dablam (the traditional double-pendant containing pictures of the gods, worn by sherpa women).
Despite having an altitude below 7000m, it is one of the technical mountains and requires experienced climber with previous experience of 6000m peaks. The climb is mostly vertical and requires traversing in exposed ridges; the peak requires both strength and determination.
Ama dablam Expedition is 25-30 days long. Starting from Kathmandu, the first priority will be acclimatization and safety.
Rest assured, our dedicated guides prioritize safety above all else and will provide comprehensive briefings to prepare you for the summit. Your well-being throughout the expedition is our paramount concern.
Technical Challenge: Conquer one of the world’s most technically demanding mountains with awe-inspiring rock and ice features.
Experienced Guides: Benefit from the expertise of highly skilled guides who prioritize safety and provide expert guidance throughout the expedition.
Breathtaking Beauty: Experience the stunning landscapes and panoramic views of the Khumbu region and neighboring Himalayan peaks.
Acclimatization: Our well-planned itinerary allows for gradual acclimatization, reducing the risk of altitude-related issues and increasing summit success.
Personal Fulfillment: Achieve a significant mountaineering milestone, fostering a sense of accomplishment and creating cherished memories that will last a lifetime.
- • Airport/Hotel transfer • 3-star category hotel accommodation in Kathmandu (B&B basis) • Private ground transportation • Flight fare: Kathmandu/ Ramechhap to Lukla (Both ways) • Full board tea house accommodation during the trek • Climbing and Trekking Permit and national park entry fee • Certified Guides • Transportation, Accommodation, and insurance of guide and porters. • Duffel bag and sleeping bags to use during the trek • Company T-shirts, Route map, and travel completion certificate • First aid kit
- International flights
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- All beverages during the Nepal trip
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Upon your arrival at the Kathmandu airport, you will be greeted by our representative. After completing your customs formalities (Visa, etc), pick up your luggage and look for our representative with the Real Adventure display board at the arrival gate. You will be then transferred to your hotel, nearby Thamel as per your requirement. Thamel has great food from all over the world, fabulous shopping, and Durbar Square with its several temples and markets nearby Thamel. Overnight at the hotel
After breakfast, We will have a briefing session about the trip. Our guide will describe the trek, geographic structure, custom and traditions and about the daily events: trek duration, attractions and share other information. We will also assist you with the trekking gears and help you navigate around stores in Thamel to get them. After the preparation, if time permits, we will do a little sightseeing around Kathmandu Durbar square and Thamel.
We take a breathtaking flight from Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA) on a twin-otter plane to the Tenzing-Hillary Airport, at the Sherpa village of Lukla (2840 m), where we begin our trek into the Khumbu region. Throughout the flight, dramatic views of terraced hills and the distant Himalayan range will come into view. After lunch the team will do a light stretching and warm up and start the trek for around Four hours to reach Phakding (2610 m). During the Four-hour hike to Phakding you will pass Mani stone walls, i.e., sacred for Buddhist, made from hundreds of stone tablets and giant carved boulders, brilliantly decorated with colored paints.
After having Breakfast at around 0800 AM, we will start our trek along the Dudh Koshi River, passingthrough beautiful villages of Toc Toc, Benkar, Monjo, Jorsalle crossing suspension bridges and ascending through forests to reach Namche Bazaar, a lively Sherpa town.
We will stop at jarsalle for lunch and rest. Afterwards, we will have to cross the popular Hillary bridge and walk uphill towards Namche bazaar. The ascent is 650m, which takes approx. 2-3 hrs.
Acclimatization plays a key role in preparing our body for trekking in high altitude. As the elevation increases the amount of oxygen in the atmosphere also decreases. As we are climb up to altitudes of more than 6812m ( Ama dablam peak) in the coming days, resting at Namche helps us to acclimatize easily. The best way to acclimatize is walking at high altitude and sleeping at lower altitude. So, on our 3rd day of trekking, we will hike up to an elevation of 3850M.
Early in the morning, After breakfast we’ll hike up to the Everest view point. At Namche, From the hotel we will be staying, we can observe Mt. Kantega, Thamserku. From the Everest viewpoint, we’ll get the first glimpse of Mt. Everest along with Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Amadablam, Mt. Thamserku and other surrounding peaks. Afterwards, we’ll visit the Sagarmatha museum and hike towards Khumjung via Syangboche. On the way, we can observe the Syangboche airport, and visit the Everest view hotel.
At around 0800 AM, The team will depart from Namche Bazaar towards Deboche. On the way we anobserve the beautiful Phortse village (the village of Everest summiters) along with the beautiful view of Mountains.The trail Descends towards Dudh Koshi river via Sansaa village, Phunki Thanga and crosses the river via suspension bridge and winds up towards Tengboche. It will take approx 3 hrs to reach Phunki Thanga where It will be a lunch stop for the team . Afterwards it is an uphill hike
till Tengboche. At Tengboche, there is a famous Monastery “Tengboche Monastery” (ThyangbocheMonastery), The monastery is also called Dawa choking gompa. It is one of the biggest and famous Monasteries in Khumbu region and in Nepal. Tengboche is the highest elevation hike (3850m) on this day. Afterwards, The trail descends towards Deboche village
This route offers scenic views of some of the world's tallest mountains. As you trek further, Ama Dablam appears closer and closer, becoming vividly stunning. Once you reach the Base Camp, you can behold the stunning peak of Ama Dablam, along with its hanging glacier. The panoramic view of the surrounding mountains is mesmerizing. Our Sherpa guide will promptly set up a tent in the open grassy area.
Start your morning with some extra sleep to recover from the physical exertion of the previous days.Then, enjoy a relaxed breakfast to energize yourself for the day ahead or simply unwind and take inthe beautiful mountain views. Take a short walk around the Base Camp to appreciate the stunning scenery and get used to the high altitude. Ama Dablam's impressive presence is sure to amaze you. Try some light yoga or meditation to relax your mind and improve your overall well-being. The tranquil mountain atmosphere is perfect for these activities. Throughout the day, make sure to drink enough water to stay hydrated at high altitudes. Rest and unwind in your tent or the designated resting area, where you can read a book or journal to capture your thoughts and experiences during this amazing journey.
DAY 9 TO 24 Ama- Dablam expeditions (rotations and Summit)
During days 9 to 24 of the Ama Dablam expedition, there are a series of activities and movements that climbers typically go through to reach the summit. Here's a simplified explanation.Climbers usually don't go straight from the Base Camp to the summit because it's physically demanding and risky. Instead, they do a rotation. This means they go up to higher camps, spend some time there to get used to the higher altitude, and then return to a lower camp to rest. It's like a practice run to prepare their bodies for the final push to the summit.
The summit is the very top of the mountain, and it's the ultimate goal of the expedition. After completing the rotations and feeling ready, climbers make their way from the last high camp to the summit. This part is challenging and requires careful planning and teamwork. Reaching the summit is a significant achievement in mountain climbing.
So, during days 9 to 24, climbers are essentially getting ready for and then making their way to the top of Ama Dablam, with some stops along the way to ensure they are physically and mentally prepared for the final ascent.
After summiting the majestic Ama Dablam, it is time to begin the descent. The descent should be relatively straightforward as you retrace your steps back to Pheriche and then to Deboche. As you descend, you will observe the landscape becoming increasingly lush and vibrant with vegetation. In Pheriche, you will encounter rhododendron and birch tree forests. Continuing your trek, you will arrive at Tengboche, where you will spend the night.
The descent continues, initially following a level path that leads to Phunki Tenga. From Phunki Tenga, the trail ascends to reach Kyangjuma. After Kyangjuma, the path becomes easy downhill, passing several chortens, and eventually leads to Namche Bazaar.
The team will be following the same trail that we took on the first and the second day of the descending down the hill and crossing the Hillary bridge to reach Jarsalle and following the bank of Dudh koshi river and passing by Monjo, Toc Toc, Phakding, Thadokoshi, Cheplung and reach Lukla. At lukla, We will bid farewell to the porters who helped the entire team with carrying heavy backpacks and making it easier to complete the summit.
The team will board the earliest flight to Kathmandu after having breakfast at Lukla. Taking off from the shortest runway of lukla airport (Tenzing- Hillary airport) is quite adrenaline pumping and fun. The flight will be 30-35 minutes. Once we check out from the airport, It will be a 30 minutes drive back to the hotel. The remaining day will be a rest day followed by a team dinner event in the evening.
If you have an Extra day and want to travel to more places in Nepal, we will assist to entertain your further stay. Or if you have a departing flight from Nepal, Our team will accompany you to the airport.