An expedition is a long journey undertaken for a specific purpose in high mountains. In Nepal, expeditions can be carried out to Mount Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Amadablam, Mt. Nhutse, and many others. One of the world's best adventure destinations, Nepal is characterized by its varied landscapes and climates. It is also home to some of the highest mountains in the world. The central portion of the Himalayas, which is known as the abode of snow, is the youngest mountain system in the world. It has eight peaks that reach an elevation of over 8,000 meters. The highest peak in the world is Mount Everest. In 1949, the government of Nepal allowed foreigners to climb the country's peaks. Since then, over 400 peaks have been opened in the country. Some of these include Mount Everest, which measures 8848 meters high. All expeditions planning to climb mountains in Nepal have to obtain a permit from the country's Ministry of Culture, Tourism, and Civil Aviation. They have to follow the regulations set by the government. Before obtaining a permit, a team must also have a liaison officer who is appointed by the government. They also have to pay a certain amount of garbage fees. These fees vary depending on the mountain and are refundable if the team shows evidence of the garbage.

Everest South Expedition

  • No of Days : 70
  • People: 7 to 20

 Everest Expedition offers you this opportunity to test your limits and experience the ultimate adventure of your life. The adventure starts as y...

Lhotse Expedition

  • No of Days : 40
  • People: 7 to 20

Mount Lhotse is the fourth highest mountain in the world. Its long east-west crest is located immediately south of Mount Everest (8,848m) and the summ...

Manaslu Expedition

  • No of Days : 37
  • People: 7 to 20

Manaslu is one of the popular 8,000m peaks for climbing in Nepal. Possible avalanches in bad weather, crevasses, and slippery snow make this mountain...

Cho Oyu Expedition

  • No of Days : 46
  • People: 7 to 20

Cho Oyu is the world's sixth highest mountain and considered to be the easiest of the fourteen 8,000m peaks. As with all ascents at high altitude...