• Duration: 13 Days
  • Diffculty: Moderate Plus 
  • Best Time: Oct - May
  • Max. Altitude: 4500 m

Amadablam Base Camp Trek - Less Trodden Picturesque Journey

Amadablam Base Camp Trek is one of the fascinating trips to the world's most beautiful and colossal peak of mt Amadablam. Undoubtedly this Ama Dablam Trek in the Everest region offers superb views of Mount Everest and unforgettable scenery of its base camp. The pristine lake at the base camp with Himalayan peaks is the best. Though the base camp of the stunning rise of Amadablam is on the Everest base camp trek route, not many trekkers have known about and visited it.

Trekking Route to Ama Dablam Base Camp Trek in Everest

We fly to Lukla (2827 meters) with spectacular views of the mountains, to start our Amadablam base camp trek. Furthermore, we hike through the Dudh Koshi valley to the Sherpa settlement of Namche Bazaar (3440 meters). Significantly we have separated 2-night stay at Namche for proper acclimatization and exploration. Furthermore, trekking through the lovely forest to the world-renowned and sacred monastery of Thyangboche is rewarding. It displays the stunning views of Everest soaring behind Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Kangtega, and Tawache, making a panoramic Himalayan vista. Finally, we ascend from Pangboche to the alpine camp on the flanks of the base camp of Amadablam. This is away from the popular trail to savor the Himalayas' wonder. The traditional Sherpa village of Khumjung shows you the Sherpa lifestyle and so-called Yeti scalp in a monastery.

We ensure an experienced and medical-trained trek guide to lead your trip to the Amadablam base camp trek in the Everest region. Enough trek crew and porter safety back up with Oxygen cylinder with regular while on high altitude trek.

Trip in Nutshell

  • Explore the les-trodden Amadablam base camp
  • 2 weeks trip to the Everest region
  • Stunning Amadablam peak with Sherpa cultures and Himalayas
  • Fixed and customize departure dates available
  • Responsible trekking policy of 1 Trekker: 1 Porter
  • Oxygen Cylinder and Medical box with a trained guide
  • Full board meals and accommodation on a trek.


                    Amadablam Base Camp Trek Outline Itinerary:

                    What's Included
                    • Airport arrival and departure transfers on both domestic and international flights.
                    • Standard hotel accommodation in Kathmandu on a twin share bed- and- breakfast basis per the itinerary.
                    • Accommodation at a local tea house on twin bed private room.
                    • Welcome dinner with cultural program as listed in the itinerary.
                    • Half-day guided city tour with heritage entrance fees as listed in the itinerary.
                    • Kathmandu Lukla Kathmandu flight with airport tax.
                    • Full board meals while trekking (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, tea, coffee).
                    • Free use of quality trekking gear - sleeping bag, inner fleece liner, down jacket, etc. during the trip.
                    • Professional local trekking group leader well trained in Wilderness First Aid.
                    • Supplementary Oxygen cylinder with Comprehensive First Aid Kit.
                    • Porters to carry all personal gear and group equipment with required gear and proper insurance coverage.
                    • Complimentary trek Duffle bag, Mountain Monarch T-shirts, trek map.
                    • Khumbu VDC trekking permit, national park entry fees.
                    What's Excluded
                    • Your Travel Insurance.
                    • Nepal entry Visa fees.
                    • International Airfare and Airport Tax.
                    • Your Travel Insurance.
                    • Drinks and main meals in cities.
                    • Tips and Items of personal nature like the internet, laundry, and hot shower

                    Dates & Availability

                    Amadablam Base Camp Trek Departure Dates:

                    Customer Reviews
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                      LawrenceE Coleman 5.0United KingdomJanuary 15, 2015logo
                      Absolutely Amazing

                      Have nothing but great things to say about Mountain Monarch! I recently completed a 15-day trip with them to Annapurna Base Camp / Sanctuary. The trip was absolutely amazing, mainly due to the fantastic guides and porters with Mountain Monarch.

                      The guides (we had one head guide and three assistant guides [+the four porters] for our eight-person group) were excellent. Good English, great experience and credibility, and very fun to get to know! They managed our group very well (with different levels of fitness) so that there was always a guide nearby. The porters were excellent and friendly and always arrived at the teahouse before we did.

                      Equipment: The guides traveled with an extensive medical kit, which surpassed my expectations. They also provide ponchos, sleeping bags, down jackets, etc. I did not need any of these and brought my own, but the quality looked pretty decent. You get to keep the duffel bag at the end of the trip. Note: the duffel bag is not waterproof. The porters cover it when it rains, but some may leak through, so be sure to “waterproof” (e.g., wrap it in plastic/seal it in bags) anything important. 

Teahouses: While all teahouses have relatively simple accommodations, I thought Dawa and our guides did an excellent job selecting nicer places. For the busier locations, an assistant guide went ahead to secure rooms (which is really important during high season).
                      Communication: Before and during the trip, communication was very good. Pradip answered all of my questions before the trip. The night before our start, we met with our head guide, Dawa, who gave an “orientation” to answer our key questions. Each night on the trail, Dawa gathered us together post-dinner to discuss the next day’s events. I thought the communication far exceeded expectations.

Hope this helps anyone who is thinking about going with Mountain Monarch. I was considering this company vs. many other international companies (often at a much higher price tag), and I can categorically say that I would select Mountain Monarch again for my next trip over any other options I considered. Happy travels!

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                      Gazwar 5.0FranceDecember 14, 2013logo
                      Mountain Monarch is number one!

                      I have experienced adventure travel worldwide and used many local agents to organize private tours and treks. What can I say? Mountain Monarch is number one! Not only did Pradip and his team meet our expectations – they surpassed them – and by a long way! There was never a doubt that the priority for our guide CP, along with our Sherpas (Prakash, Ram, Sange, and Lakpa Sherpa), was to ensure we enjoyed every minute of our experience. They could not have done more from when we woke up to when we retired to bed. Their in-depth local knowledge, coupled with their professionalism, but most of all their sense of fun, created an experience my friends and I will never forget. We intend to return to Nepal and will definitely be using Mountain Monarch!

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                      David C 5.0IrelandMarch 10, 2013logo
                      Excellent Team

                      I went on a trek to Ama Dablam Basecamp with Mountain Monarch. I only experienced the highest levels of care and support, the assistants did a brilliant job looking after us, and the cook team was excellent. A few problems were out of our control, such as canceled flights, but the MM team did an excellent job of reorganizing, and we still completed the whole trip on time. As well as taking care of food and our general well-being, they carry a big medical kit and limit the amount of weight each porter carries to help look after their health. I would recommend going on a trip with them, as you will have a brilliant time.

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