Bohktoh Peak, located in the picturesque region of Northland, is a breathtaking and challenging mountain that offers an exhilarating climbing experience. Rising majestically to a height of 3,000 meters, this imposing peak presents a formidable yet rewarding endeavor for avid mountaineers. The ascent to Bohktoh Peak is characterized by steep and rugged terrain, requiring technical skills and physical stamina. As climbers navigate through rocky ridges and icy slopes, they are greeted with awe-inspiring panoramic views of the surrounding snow-capped peaks and vast wilderness below. The journey to the summit demands careful planning, teamwork, and adherence to safety protocols, ensuring a memorable and safe adventure. Upon reaching the pinnacle, climbers are rewarded with a profound sense of accomplishment and an indescribable sense of awe as they stand atop Bohktoh Peak, gazing at the world from a lofty vantage point.
Some climbing peaks in the Himalayas, such as Bohktoh Peak, are less explored. On the lap of Mt. Kanchenjunga, Bohktoh Peak, at 6,114 metres, stands as the ideal place for intermediate climbers who want adventurous climbing. Longer trek and climbing days to the Bohktoh Peak expedition make it a less crowded hub than EBC and ABC.
Back in 1991, an expedition team from Slovakia successfully summited Mt. Kanchenjunga. The summit push was from the southeast Ridge of Kanchenjunga. The expedition made Bohktoh Peak renowned because they climbed Bohktoh as an acclimatisation peak. The trekking to Kanchenjunga Base Camp and Bohktoh Peak was not open until 1998. Nepal Tourism Board used to regulate the activities in this peak before 2002. Later in 2002, Nepal Mountaineering Association grouped Bohktoh Peak as Grade A mountain for climbing and started issuing climbing permits.
The beauty and technicality of Bohktoh Peak Climbing make every travel enthusiast admire it. The true adventure of the 6,000 metres peak unfolds here at the off-the-beaten trail of Kanchenjunga Base Camp. Also, for avid climbers, who have several 6,000 metres peak climbing experience, Bohktoh Peak is excellent to master their climbing techniques.
Even to the locals, finding the independent route to Bohktoh is cumbersome. Only skilled guides and climbers can find the way to the peak and its summit. Thus, every trekker to Phoktoh Peak Climbing follows the route to Kanchenjunga Base Camp in the South.
Nearly a month-long expedition of Boktokh peak climbing takes you through one of the most diverse ecosystems of Eastern Nepal.
The lush vegetation of Taplejung, rhododendron forests at Amjilosa, and above are heavenly. The alpine landscape at Lumba Sumba Kharka and Lapsang La at 4,500 offer the experience of high-altitude trekking.
The serene snow filled landscape of Bohktoh and Kanchenjunga Base South offers a majestic view of several peaks. Mt. Kanchenjunga at 8,586 metres, Mt. Dhormo at 6,850 metres, and Kumbhakana at 7,710 metres are the prominent mountains of this region.
Bohktoh Peak climbing at 6,114 requires many preparations and well acclimatisation. Since this expedition to Kanchenjunga Base Camp South is nearly a month-long, we'll need more rest. Thus, our expert-designed Bohktoh Peak climb package comes with adequate rest and acclimatisation.
We'll fly to Suketar from Kathmandu and hike to Mitlung overnight. The hike in the coming days will be to Lelep, Amjilesa, Gyabla, and Gunsa. Gunsa is at 3,595 metres, where we'll acclimatise for a day.
To continue, we'll hike to SInion, Slelele Phedi, Tseram, Ramachaur, and Bohktoh Peak Base Camp at 4,500 metres. We'll set our tents and will be staying camping style overnight. Our Sherpa and Climbing guides will do training sessions for you.
On the next day, we'll climb to the High Camp at 5000 metres. With the clear weather window, we'll climb the Bohktoh Peak summit in the early morning and return to Lapsang La (base camp) overnight. We'll climb to the summit on mixed terrain of rocks, snow, and ice. Thus, you must have the idea of using crampons, an ice axe, walking on a man rope, ascending on the harness, abseiling, etc.
Kanchenjunga, Kumbhakarna, Kirat Chuli Peak, and Dormo Peak stand spectacularly from the summit. The tiring expedition and a summit climb of Bohktoh Peak Climbing are worths the sightseeing.
There'll be one extra day as a reserve day for rest if you are tired from the summit day. You can stay at Bohktoh Peak Base Camp.
Retracing the route back, we'll descend to Tseram the next day. By hiking some more days, we'll reach Bhadrapur and fly back to Kathmandu. It marks the end of your successful Bohktoh Peak Climbing expedition.
Bohktoh Peak Climbing and expedition is in the remote place of Eastern Nepal. We'll hike on the Kanchenjunga Base Camp route for most of this expedition, and it will be strenuous. The longer hiking hours each day are tiring. Also, the rugged landscape, wind, and cold make the day hike disturbing. Altitude sickness is also likely to occur over 3,500 metres.
You must be mentally, physically, and technically strong to complete the trek and climb Bohktoh Peak. Classified as Grade A Climbing Peak, it is for intermediate climbers who already have previous 6000 metres of climbing experience. Thus, novice climbers are not suited for this trip. Besides, your physical fitness must be in ideal shape. Cardiovascular training is a must for intermediate climbers too.
Trek to Kanchenjunga Base Camp and Bohktoh Peak climbing route is of diverse landscape. At high altitudes, the weather varies frequently.
But, for the most part, Spring and Autumn are the best times. The consistent weather and temperate days make the hike ideal. The clear sky and crispy views of hills, jungles, and mountains make the trip one of a kind. The autumn leaves at high altitudes make the scenery vivid. Also, the thick snow remains of winter in Spring makes the summit enjoyable.
But, winter is harsh, and temperatures fall below freezing. Also, the frequent rainfall during summer makes the trail slippery. Thus, the Winter and Summer are not best for Bohktoh Peak Climbing.
We'll be staying at tea house-based accommodations for most of the Bohktoh Peak Climbing and expedition trip. During the peak trekking and climbing season, local people run the tea houses on this route. You'll get the basic food requirements like Dal Bhat, Eggs, Veggies, Meat, etc. Inform us before the trekking if you have any meal requirements or food allergies.
While camping at Bohktoh Peak Base Camp and High Camp, we'll set up tents for overnight sleep. Here, we'll stay in camping-style accommodations. Our chefs will prepare nutritious meals for you.
In Kathmandu, you'll get three-star hotels to stay in. We'll recommend the places for you too.
On the first day, our representatives from world expedition Nepal will be present with your name card which makes easy to let you know who is there for you to pick up and heartly welcomed in Nepal. later on you will be drive to the hotel where you take some rest. In case of early arrival, you may stroll around thamel and Basantapur area which reflects history of kathmandu.
In the evening, all the member will converge at Nepali typical Restaurant for welcome dinner from our compony. if flight arrive late then the welcome dinner will be postponed afterward. All the arrangement of flight will be fixed by our representatives. overnight at star Hotel near Thamel.
duration :45 min flight and drive 5-6 hours
After having breakfast, all of us get ready for the trip and driven to the Tribhuwan International Airport for domestic flight . At airport, all of we get their ticket before entering the plane. we reach the biratnagar where our representative has already managed the vehicle that lead us to Taplejung (5-6hours), the starting point of journey. Overnight stay at lodge.
Duration:- 5-6 hours
This is the first trek day starts from the trail descending towards Tamur River passing along the terraced farmland. We then cross the river through a suspension bridge over Tamur.
Now the trail gradually ascends, passing through the beautiful paddy fields and reach a small village called Mitlung where the people here depend upon farming. after having typical cuisine we stay overnight at hotel in Mitlung.
Duration:-4-5 hours trek
Alike before morning, we take our beakfast there in trek lodge.Then after leaving behind Mitlung we will trek for 4 to 5 hours to reach Chiruwa. On the way, you pass through many other beautiful villages namely, Sinwa, Tawa, and Thiwa. you will get good vibes of rural villagesand their life struggle.The people are excited to see the visitors in their village. The children even come to interact with you, greet you and talk to you. You will love this amazing warmth.
Reaching to Chiruwaof long trek day , you let your body rest at a guest house in Chiruwa.
duration :- 5-6 hours trek
Maximum altitude:- 1576m
Gathering memories from the beautiful village Chiruwa, today we will ahead towards Sekathum. Along the way,we have our lunch at 11am and then we have to stop at Park's Registration Office to register before crossing the river. Today's trail is uphill and downhill. overdue the day we offer to have our dinner with sekathum people.
Overnight at a lodge in Sekathum.
Duration:- 6-7 hours
After having the local breakfast, we continue our journey towards Gyabla. On the way, we will pass through the dense forest covered beautifully by Rhododendrons, Oaks, and Bamboos. We might encounter with the wildlifes during the trials.
We then again cross through a river and keep moving uphill until we reach Gyabla. Gyabla is a village with a typical Tibetan settlement with alpine vegetation and the weather is cooler.
We spent our night after having typical cuisine in dinner at Gyabla.
duration:- 6-7 hours
As usual we wakeup early morning we fresh out and lodge staff offers our breakfast.After having it we start our journey to Phole through the dense pine forest pulling ahead of many bushes,river and streams. In Phole, YOu are the witnesses ogf yak grazing on the Kharkanear their unique settlements. After 2 hours walk we now arrive at Ghumsa,where we experience Sherpa's culture and thier life style.in a short walk near the village, we get chance to visit powerhouse which supply electricity to the villager near to Ghumsa.
Returning from the powerhouse we spent our leisure time near lodge. In the evening, we experience the nepali typical cuisine made by sherpa people. if you want to have meat in addition they can arrange tha on your request.
Overnight stay at Ghumsa.
Today is acclimatization days. On this day, we go for short hike little higher altitude to make our body to get ready for higher elevation and return back to the lodge where we stay. we will have a good time with the villagers take photographs of landscape,river and streams.
overnight stay at Ghumsa.
Duration:-5-6 hours trek
Maximum Altitude:- 4050 m
In the starting of the day, we get our breakfast then we leave for our next destination Khambachen, we have to be alert while passing by the landslide area. use the trekking pole to take support in slippery path. furthermore in the trek, we wil lcross a bridge at Rampuk Kharka. from here we reach to Khambachen in 2 hours of walk ahead.
we spend here tonight.
Duration:-6-7 hours trek
Maximum Altitude:-4780 m
After breakfast,starting from the quaint village of Khambachen, nestled in the shadow of towering peaks, the trail winds its way along rocky paths, through dense forests, and across roaring rivers. As we ascend higher, the air becomes thinner, and the scenery becomes more dramatic, with snow-capped peaks and pristine glaciers dominating the horizon.
Along the way, you pass picturesque alpine meadows dotted with wildflowers and encounter yaks grazing peacefully in the high-altitude pastures.Finally, we reach Lhonak, a remote outpost perched at an altitude of over 4,700 meters, surrounded by awe-inspiring glaciers and jagged peaks. It is a place of serene beauty and a gateway to the formidable Kanchenjunga Base Camp, making this trek an unforgettable adventure for any avid trekker and nature enthusiast.
Overnight stay at Lhonak.
Maximum altitude:- 5,388 m
After breakfast,today we go for short hike to the Pangpema View Point situated at an elevation of 5,388 meters, is an exhilarating adventure that showcases the pristine beauty of the Kanchenjunga region in Nepal. We start to hike from Lhonak pasing by a remote village enveloped by towering peaks, the trail winds its way through rugged terrain, demanding both physical endurance and mental determination.The trail offers us panoramic views of snow-capped peaks, including the majestic Kanchenjunga, the world's third-highest mountain. Later on we hardly cross rocky paths, crosses glacial streams, and occasionally requires negotiating challenging sections to reach Pangnema View Point that rewards us with an awe-inspiring vista of the immense Kanchenjunga massif, an experience that leaves one humbled by the grandeur of nature. After soaking in the magnificent scenery and capturing memories through the lens,we retrace their steps back to Lhonak, where the tranquil ambiance and warm hospitality of the locals provide a well-deserved respite before continuing their journey through this magical Himalayan landscape.
Overnight stay at Lhonak.
Maximum altitude:-4780 m
After gathering lots of memories of Lhonak we have to trek back to the Ghumsa to continune our journey to the Bohktoh Peak. As we descend, the air becomes thicker, and the scenery transforms, revealing the rich biodiversity of the region. You traverse verdant meadows adorned with vibrant wildflowers, cross sparkling streams, and encounter traditional Sherpa villages, where the warm hospitality of the locals leaves a lasting impression. We are witnessing of magnificent views of the surrounding mountains and immerse oneself in the tranquility of nature as we returning from the Lhonak. Finally, we reach Ghumsa, a charming village embraced by rolling hills and dotted with traditional teahouses, where you can unwind, share stories with fellow trekkers, and reflect on the unforgettable experiences of this remarkable journey before continuing your adventure in the Himalayas.
Overnight we stay at Ghumsa.
Duration:- 5-6 hours
Maximum Altitude:-4200 m
After breakfast, we starts to ascend the higher altitudes steadily. At 11 am we stay at teahouse to refuel for the trek and then we go ahead to the Sele La base Camp. As we trek up we feel cold and thinner air level nakes us difficult in breathe . So we hydrated ourself. Later the day after 5-6 hour of trek we reach to the base camp. We all fix the tented camp and stay over night there in the tent.
Duration :-3-4 hours trek
Maximum altitude:-3870 m
After some mean at morning we starts our trek towards Mirgin La Pass, From where we encounter the mesmerizing view of Mt Makalu and Jannu Himal.The trials is downhill and uphill until we reach to Sinelapche La which makes us difficult in upstepping and little fear of don slipping.But we need to be careful and helpful to other member
After spending a short time here, we now descend reaching towards Cheram.
stay overnight at Cheram.
Maxiu altitude:-4580 m
Today we trek from Cheram to Ramche. in the trials we encounter with marvalous snow capped mountain view while passing thorough the alpine valleys and the glacier makes us fall in love with the region apart from the trial being a challenging one.after 5-6 hour of trek we reach to the Ramche.
Overnight stay at Ramche.
Duration:-6-7 hours trek
Today, we go abit closer to our final destination which is Yalung Base Campafter having the hygienic breakfast. Departing from Ramche, venture along a trail that winds through enchanting alpine landscapes, adorned with colorful flora and tranquil streams. As the path ascends, the surroundings become more rugged and awe-inspiring, offering panoramic views of snow-capped peaks and cascading glaciers.The trek leads to Yalung Base Camp where we can marvel at the majestic beauty of Yalung Kang and immerse themselves in the serene ambiance of the base camp. The pristine surroundings provide an opportunity for us to connect with nature, explore the nearby Oktang Glacier, and soak in the spiritual energy of the sacred Oktang Monastery.
The stunning peaks will accompany us through our trek today. Overnight at a tented camp.
Maximum Altitude:-5,123 m
Today, we trek from Yalung Base Camp to Bokta Base Camp which is completed in 5-6 hours of trek. we should be careful in trial as it is slippery and loose. in the evening nearly at 5pm we reach to Bokta Peak Base Camp.
Overnight, we stay at tented camp.
Duration:- 3-4 hours
Maximum Altitude:-5720 m
After having breakfast, we again start our journey to high camp. As you ascend towards the Bokta Peak High Camp, we get the amazing view of Mt kanchenjunga. After walking for 3 to 4 hours, you reach the High Camp.
You are then assisted to set the camp to spend overnight.
Maximum Altitude:-6143 m
Today we will reach to summit and completing our expedition which is most awaited . With early breakfast at the camp, we start our trek towards the Bokta Summit. We ascend up to the summit before noon as the wind flow is very high after 12pm.
we should be well prepared before climbing the summit. In reach to the summit we spend some time on the top,now we decend to the Base Camp where we spend another night.
After breakfast we descend back to the Yalung Base Camp. The return trek to Yalung Base Camp allows trekkers to reflect on their journey, appreciate the natural wonders around them, and create lasting memories of their unforgettable adventure in this captivating part of Nepal.
we overnight stay at Tented camp in Yalung Base.
Duration: 5-6 hours
Maximum Altitude:-2995 m
After breakfast today, we return to the Tortong. In the trial, we refuel us at teahouse and start to trek to Tortong. for 5-6 hour of trek we reach to the Tortong. Here we enjoy the mesmerizing views of sunset and red mountain peak due to the sunrays reflection.
Overnight stay at Tortong.
Duration: 5-6 hours
Maximum Elevation:- 2080m
As the day begins we have our breakfast in trek teahouse where we farewell from the Tortong villegers. Along the way, we have the opportunity to interact with friendly locals, experiencing the cultural richness of the region. We can rest, savor the authentic cuisine, and reflect on the remarkable journey through the Kanchenjunga region, appreciating the natural beauty and cultural treasures encountered along the way. Finally we reach to Yamphudin where we stay overnight after sovering typical cuisine in a lodge.
Maximum Elevation:-1785 m
we are almost close to end of the journey. Today after the local breakfast, we will trek to Mamanghe where the people of Limbu Tribe resides in this village. To reach this village you walk passing by the bank of Kabeli Khola. We can even see the Chortens and prayers flag, which is so mesmerizing.
We stay overnight at Mamangkhe trek lodge.
Maximum altitude:- 2120m
Duration:- 5-6 hours
Maximum Altitude:-2265 m
after having breakfast at Ksesuwa lodge, we begin pur journey to :Lalikharka. Beginning from Ksesuwa, we follow a trail that winds through lush forests, charming villages, and terraced fields. The path offers stunning views of rolling hills, cascading rivers, and distant snow-capped peaks. As we descend, the surroundings become more verdant and vibrant, with an abundance of flora and fauna. Along the way, we can interact with friendly locals, experience the local culture, and witness the traditional way of life.in the evening we rreach to Lali kharka where village provides a perfect place to rest and relax, as well as an opportunity to explore the local traditions and cuisine.
overnight stay at local lodge.
As usual we have our breakfast and then leaving the Lalikharka behind we leads to Taplejung As we make our way, we encounter the warm hospitality of the local communities, immersing themselves in the rich cultural traditions of the region. The trail gradually descends, revealing the diverse flora and fauna that thrive in this pristine environment.
Taplejung, the final destination, is a vibrant town that serves as a gateway to the stunning Kanchenjunga Conservation Area. Here,we can immerse themselves in the bustling local market, interact with the friendly locals, and celebrate the completion of their journey. Taplejung offers a sense of accomplishment and provides opportunities for further exploration or rest before departing from the region.
Overnight stay at Taplejung
Maximum Altitude:-80 m
Early in the morning after having breakfast we take bus or jeep to drive back to Biratnagar. After 5-6 hours of drive wereach to Biratnagar where we explore city in the evening, refreshing memories of first arrival at Biratnagar.
we take rest here in Lodge overnight.
Maximum Elevation:-1400 m
Today morning we leave the Biratnagar and fly to Kathmandu .After reaching there, we pickup and checkin to the hotel. Later on we have our lunch in Nepali typical restuarant.Our guide help you to explore the city in the day time.You can relax, go to the spa, walk around the streets of Thamel and buy souvenirs.If you were not have your welcome dinner, we will arrange this for you in the evening.
overnight stay at 3 star Hotel at Thamel.
Duration:-30 min drive from private car
Maximum Altitude:-1440 m
After breakfast, our airport representative will drop you at the airport for the flight back to your home country or onward destination before 30 min so that your can leave it not in hurry. We hope you have a safe journey. And also hope to see you soon again in Nepal for another interesting journey in your life.
The cost of Bohktoh Peak Climbing can vary depending on several factors such as the climbing package, duration of the expedition, services included, and the number of climbers. It's advisable to consult with experienced tour operators or expedition companies for accurate and up-to-date pricing information. However, as a general estimate, a comprehensive Bohktoh Peak climbing package can range from approximately $8,000 to $15,000 USD per person. This cost typically covers services such as permits, professional guides, porters, accommodation during the climb, meals, transportation, and necessary climbing equipment. Additional costs to consider may include international flights, travel insurance, personal climbing gear, extra services or equipment rentals, and any pre- or post-expedition expenses. Prices may vary, so it's recommended to reach out to reputable tour operators to get detailed pricing information tailored to your specific needs and preferences.
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Bohktoh Peak Climbing is considered a challenging and technically demanding expedition. It requires a high level of physical fitness, mountaineering skills, and prior experience in high-altitude climbing. The ascent to Bohktoh Peak involves navigating through steep and rugged terrain, icy slopes, and potentially exposed sections. The climb may require the use of technical equipment such as crampons, ice axes, and ropes. Weather conditions can be unpredictable and harsh, with low temperatures and strong winds adding to the difficulty level. Altitude sickness is also a concern, as the peak stands at an elevation of 3,000 meters. Proper acclimatization and gradual ascent are crucial for the climbers' safety and well-being. The expedition often involves long days of climbing, endurance, and mental fortitude. Teamwork, communication, and adherence to safety protocols are essential for a successful summit attempt. Due to the challenging nature of Bohktoh Peak Climbing, it is recommended for experienced mountaineers who are well-prepared physically, mentally, and technically.
For Bohktoh Peak Climbing, it is crucial to have the right clothing gear and equipment to ensure safety and comfort in the challenging mountain environment. Essential clothing gear includes base layers (moisture-wicking tops and bottoms), insulating layers (fleece or down jacket), waterproof and breathable outer shell jacket and pants, warm hat, gloves, and thermal socks. Proper mountaineering boots with crampon compatibility are necessary, along with gaiters to keep snow and debris out. Other essential equipment includes a climbing helmet, harness, ice axe, crampons, trekking poles, headlamp with spare batteries, sunglasses, sunscreen, a comfortable backpack, sleeping bag suitable for cold temperatures, a sleeping pad, and a tent. It is also essential to carry a first aid kit, a map, a compass, and sufficient food and water supplies for the duration of the climb. It is recommended to consult with experienced mountaineers or tour operators for a comprehensive gear checklist specific to Bohktoh Peak Climbing and to ensure that all gear and equipment meet the required safety standards.
During the trek to Bohktoh Peak, climbers may experience altitude sickness due to the significant elevation gain. As the trail ascends, the air becomes thinner, and the oxygen levels decrease, leading to potential altitude-related symptoms. Symptoms of altitude sickness can include headaches, dizziness, nausea, loss of appetite, fatigue, and difficulty sleeping. It is essential for climbers to acclimatize properly by gradually ascending, taking rest days to allow their bodies to adjust to the altitude, staying hydrated, and listening to their bodies. It is advisable to consult with experienced guides or expedition organizers who can provide guidance on proper acclimatization strategies and monitor climbers' health throughout the expedition. It's important to prioritize safety and take necessary precautions to minimize the risk of altitude sickness during the trial to Bohktoh Peak.
To undertake Bohktoh Peak Climbing, climbers need to obtain several permits. Firstly, a climbing permit is required from the local government or mountaineering association responsible for the region where Bohktoh Peak is located. This permit grants permission to climb the peak and specifies the duration of the expedition. Additionally, climbers will need a trekking permit, such as a TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) card, which allows access to the trekking trails leading to the peak. Depending on the specific route, climbers might also need additional permits, such as a restricted area permit or a national park permit, if the trek passes through protected areas or conservation zones. It is crucial to consult with local authorities or experienced tour operators to obtain the necessary permits, understand the requirements, and ensure compliance with the regulations before undertaking Bohktoh Peak Climbing.
The best seasons for Bohktoh Peak Climbing are generally during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). During these seasons, the weather is relatively stable, with clear skies, moderate temperatures, and lower chances of precipitation. Spring offers vibrant flora and rhododendron blooms, while autumn provides breathtaking mountain views and pleasant trekking conditions. These seasons provide optimal visibility, making it easier to navigate the challenging terrain of Bohktoh Peak. However, it is important to note that weather conditions can be unpredictable in mountainous regions, so it's advisable to check the local weather forecast and consult with experienced guides or tour operators who can provide specific information about the current conditions and the best time to undertake Bohktoh Peak Climbing.
Payment through credit card for Bohktoh Peak Climbing is generally not widely accepted in the remote mountainous regions of Nepal. While credit cards are commonly used in urban areas and major cities, the availability of reliable card payment facilities is limited in the remote regions where Bohktoh Peak is located. It is advisable to carry sufficient cash in the local currency (Nepalese Rupees) to cover expenses during the expedition, such as permits, accommodation, meals, and any additional services or equipment rentals. It's recommended to consult with the tour operator or expedition organizer beforehand to clarify their payment policies and make necessary arrangements for cash payments or any alternative payment methods they may offer. It is also important to notify your bank about your travel plans to ensure that your credit card can be used abroad and to inquire about any associated fees or charges for international transactions.
Mountaineering is an adventurous activity which needs a lot of dedication, energy, and hard work. Not only dedication and hard work you will also need numbers of climbing gears as well. Here are the most essential gears you will need while climbing.
Personal Climbing Gear
Sun hat or scarf
We, World Expedition Nepal, employ IFMGA certified climbing guides and sherpa for every expedition we run. Also, we design every expedition with precise logistics and acclimatisation.
World Expedition Nepal is running (expedition) for Autumn 2023 and Spring 2024. After a long Covid pandemic, climbers from different countries are making their inquiries about expeditions in Nepal. So, we are receiving inquiries for trekking, peak climbings, and mountain expeditions. We are overwhelmed with the inquiries we are receiving at this time. Also, most climbers who make inquiries with us are reserving their seats for (expedition) in Autumn 2022 and for Spring 2023.
We operate every expedition with a fixed number of clients. Thus, we encourage you to reserve your seat before it fills out. We are ready to take you to (expedition) for Autumn 2023 and Spring 2024. Are you ready?
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