Sishapangma Expedition

Trip Introduction

The Sishapangma is the only completely 8000er stretch out on Tibetan soil. Up to lower, 5000 m the base camp lain highly can be driven as at the Cho Oyu with jeeps - afterwards however the distances from camp to camp are substantial, since the route moves first over little steep area. 

It is simultaneous the original route as followed by the first western expedition from the year 1980 - despite missing larger technical difficulties stunning adventure can be taken, which lets mounting a 8000ers expect nevertheless with the necessary weather luck and the support of some experienced Sherpas. 

ITINERARY

Day 01: Drive to Kodari Border/ about 5-6 hrs. Clear custom and drive to Zhangmu 2300 meters.

Day 02: Drive to Nyalam 3750 meters.

Day 03: Nyalam – Chinese Base Camp 5000 meters.  

Day 04: Trek towards Advance Base Camp 5400 meters.

Day 05 - 06: SHISHAPANGMA Advance Base Camp 5400 meters.

Day 07 - 26: Climbing Period for SHISHAPANGMA 8046 meters.

Day 27: Return Journey from advance Base camp to Chinese Base Camp.

Day 28:Drive to Nyalam.

Day 29:Drive to Zhangmu- Kodari Boarder and Kathmandu.

Day 30: Kathmandu or onward Journey

Prices:

Cost includes:

  • Kathmandu - Kodari – Kathmandu by Private Bus.
  • Cho-Oyu Base Camp to Sishapangma Base Camp by Land cruiser and Supporting Truck and return to Nyalam- Border.
  • Climbing Permit fee, peak registration fee, road maintain fee and Travel permit (permit from TMA)
  • Liaison officer and Interpreters including all high altitude foods for all crews and expeditions members
  • 3 Yaks for each climber from BC – ABC and Two Yaks ABC - BC. (Yak Carriers 40 KGs in Spring and 60 KGs in Autumn)
  • For Nepali Crews: 1 Yak (BC-ABC-BC)
  • Hotel accommodation in full board basis.
  • All entry fees in Monasteries and temple.
  • Group Chinese Visa,
  • One Head Sirdar cum Guide
  • Cook and Kitchen Boys
  • All necessary Kitchen and camping gears i.e. two men tents, kitchen tents, toilet tents, dinning tent, chairs, until Base Camp.
  • Base Camp food & drinks.
  • Insurance of Nepali base camp Crews.
  • Celebration meals.

Cost Does Not Include:

  • Medical and Personal insurance for Climber
  • Nepal re-entry visa
  • Meals in Kathmandu
  • Personal Climbing gears
  • High Altitude Food above base camp.
  • High Altitude tents
  • Climbing Sherpa
  • Cost of Personal Nature
  • Cost of electricity appliance beside walkie-talkie set.
  • Cost of Emergency evacuation such as using Land cruiser.
  • Extra cost of porters or trucks in case of landslide, political disturbance in Nepal side.
  • Using helicopter in case of emergency in Nepal side.
  • Tips and Summit Bonus

Our Extra facilities for Climber:

  • Gambo Bag for Base Camp use
  • First aid Box and Oxygen Mask set for medical propose.
  • Walkie –Talkie set with radio BC and ABC.

 

 

Cost does not include: 

1. Personal equipment for climbing
2. Climbing food, gas & stove above Base camp
3. Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu
4. Emergency Rescue evacuation
5. Personal expenses, Bar & beverage Bills
6. Tips for Base Camp staff
7. Summit bonus for climbing guide (if use climbing guide)
8. Garbage deposit & deposit fee will be not refunded if the climber don't take back their garbage to base camp & Kathmandu.

Name of the mountain:  Mt. Everest (8848m)

Climbing Route :- South East Ridge (Normal Route)

 

 

Revised Peak Permit Fee

Spring season

Autumn season

Winter season

One Climber

25,000 US$

12,500 US$

6,250 US$

Two Climbers

40,000 US$

20,000 US$

10,000 US$

Three Climbers

48,000 US$

24,000 US$

12,000 US$

Four Climbers

56,000 US$

28,000 US$

14,000 US$

Five Climbers

60,000 US$

30,000 US$

15,000 US$

Six Climbers

66,000 US$

33,000 US$

16,500 US$

Seven Climbers

70,000 US$

35,000 US$

17,500 US$

 

 

 

 

Each additional climber up to 15

10,000 US$

5,000 US$

2,500 US$

 

 

Name of the mountain:  Mt. Everest (8848m)

Climbing Route :- Other route except Normal Route

 

 

Revised Peak Permit Fee

Spring season

Autumn season

Winter season

One Climber

15,000 US$

7,500 US$

3,750 US$

Two Climbers

21,000 US$

10,500 US$

5,250 US$

Three Climbers

27,000 US$

13,500 US$

6,750 US$

Four Climbers

33,000 US$

17,500 US$

8,750 US$

Five Climbers

39,000 US$

19,500 US$

9,750 US$

Six Climbers

45,000 US$

22,500 US$

11,250 US$

Seven Climbers

50,000 US$

25,000 US$

12,500 US$

 

 

 

 

Each additional climber up to 15

10,000 US$

5,000 US$

2,500 US$

 

 

Classification of Himalaya : Other peaks above 8000m (Except Everest)

 

 

Revised Peak Permit Fee

Spring season

Autumn season

Winter season

One Climber

5,000 US$

2,500 US$

1,250 US$

Two Climbers

6,000 US$

3,000 US$

1,500 US$

Three Climbers

7,000 US$

3,500 US$

1,750US$

Four Climbers

8,000 US$

4,000 US$

2,000 US$

Five Climbers

8,500 US$

4,250 US$

2,125 US$

Six Climbers

9,000 US$

4,500 US$

2,250 US$

Seven Climbers

10,000 US$

5,000 US$

2,500 US$

 

 

 

 

Each additional climber up to 15

1,500 US$

1,000 US$

500 US$

 
 

Classification of Himalaya : Peaks with height between 7501m -7999m

 

 

Revised Peak Permit Fee

Spring season

Autumn season

Winter season

One Climber

2,000 US$

1,000 US$

500 US$

Two Climbers

2,400 US$

1,200 US$

600 US$

Three Climbers

2,800 US$

1,400 US$

700 US$

Four Climbers

3,200 US$

1,600 US$

800 US$

Five Climbers

3,600 US$

1,800 US$

900 US$

Six Climbers

3,800 US$

1,900 US$

950 US$

Seven Climbers

4,000 US$

2,000 US$

1,000 US$

 

 

 

 

Each additional climber up to 15

500 US$

400 US$

200 US$

 

 

Classification of Himalaya : Peaks with height between 7000m - 7500m

 

 

Revised Peak Permit Fee

Spring season

Autumn season

Winter season

One Climber

1,500 US$

750 US$

375 US$

Two Climbers

1,800 US$

900 US$

450 US$

Three Climbers

2,100 US$

1,050 US$

525 US$

Four Climbers

2,400 US$

1,200 US$

600 US$

Five Climbers

2,600 US$

1,300 US$

650 US$

Six Climbers

2,800 US$

1,400 US$

700 US$

Seven Climbers

3,000 US$

1,500 US$

750 US$

 

 

 

 

Each additional climber up to 15

400 US$

250 US$

150 US$

 

 

Classification of Himalaya : Peaks with height between 6501m - 6999m

 

 

Revised Peak Permit Fee

Spring season

Autumn season

Winter season

One Climber

1,000 US$

500 US$

250 US$

Two Climbers

1,200 US$

600 US$

300 US$

Three Climbers

1,400 US$

700 US$

350 US$

Four Climbers

1,600 US$

800 US$

400 US$

Five Climbers

1,800 US$

900 US$

450 US$

Six Climbers

1,900 US$

950 US$

475 US$

Seven Climbers

2,000 US$

1,000 US$

500 US$

 

 

 

 

Each additional climber up to 15

300 US$

200 US$

100 US$

 

Name of the peak : Ama Dablam (6812m)

 

 

Classification of Himalaya : Peaks of 6500m or below

 

 

Revised Peak Permit Fee

Spring season

Autumn season

Winter season

One Climber

400 US$

200 US$

100 US$

Two Climbers

500 US$

250 US$

125 US$

Three Climbers

600 US$

300 US$

150 US$

Four Climbers

700 US$

350 US$

175 US$

Five Climbers

800 US$

400 US$

200 US$

Six Climbers

900 US$

450 US$

225 US$

Seven Climbers

1,000 US$

500 US$

250 US$

 

 

 

 

Each additional climber up to 15

200 US$

100 US$

50 US$

Mountaineering Seasons in Nepal

Season          Included days

Spring           1st March – last date of May

Summer        1st June – last date of August

Autumn         1st Sept. – last date of November

Winter           1st Dec. – last date of February 

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Price start from : $ 5500

Activities:

Tibet Tour and Expedition

Accommodation:

Hotel, Lodge & Tented Camp

Trip Duration:

30 Days ( Approx)

Trip Grade:

Very Hard

Altitude:

8012 Meters

Meals:

Bed / Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Transportation:

By Bus and Land cruisers

Group Size:

2-13

Best Month:

May to September

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