The normal route to climb Ama Dablam is from its south west ridge. Most mountaineering beginners start climbing with Mount Ama Dablam. Ama Dablam is a small, snowcapped peak of 6,812m lying in the Everest region. This south west ridge is the normal and most popular route to ascend Mount Ama Dablam. This mountain is considered to be one of the most stunning and technical peaks in the Himalayas and one of the most impressive mountains in the world. Mountaineers have to cross difficult ice rocks and steep snow climbs on their route. Mountaineers usually have to pitch three high camps while climbing Ama Dablam (6,812m).
From the top of Mount Ama Dablam the charming scenery of Mount Everest, Lhotse, Island Peak, Makalu, Khumbu Himal and rest of the snowcapped surrounding mountains can be seen.
- Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu
- Day 02: Kathmandu
- Day 03: Prepared Expedition & Briefing in Ministry of Tourism
- Day 04: Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding - Lodge
- Day 05: Namche Bazaar - Lodge
- Day 06: Namche Acclimatization - Lodge
- Day 07: Namche to Tengboche Monastery-Lodge
- Day 08: Tengboche to Ama Dablam Base Camp
- Day 09-25: Climbing period for Ama Dablam - Camping
- Day 26: Base camp
- Day 27: Base camp to Namche Day 28: Namche to Lukla
- Day 29: Fly Lukla to Kathmandu & transfer to hotel
- Day 30: Kathmandu
- Day 31: Final Departures
- 4 night hotel accommodation in Kathmandu in tourist standard hotel on B/B in twin sharing basis.
- EPI gas and high quality food (local & imported).
- Climbing permit, garbage deposit fees & Sherpa support in the mountain.
- Custom clearance
- High altitude Sherpa with equipment, daily wages and insurance, cook,kitchen boy at base camp, necessary porters
- Cargo charter flight
- Base camp tent Per person, dining tent, toilet & shower tent, table & chairs,high cooking set, tent & sleeping bag for high camps.
- Medical Kids & Gamo bag
- Walkie Talkie (Radio)
- liaison officer and his equipment allowances, wages, insurance, all necessary things on the way to base camp & back to Kathmandu.
- Major meals during Kathmandu stay.
- Personal equipment & climbing gear.
- Medicine & personal high risk insurance.
- Rescue flight charge.
- International air ticket.
- Telephone & laundry.
- Alcoholic beverages and item of a purely personal nature.