Ama Dablam Base Camp trek is popular trekking in the beautiful mountains of Everest region. It stands tall at an altitude of 6,812m. For the westerners, it stands as the name “Matterhorn”. The real meaning of Ama Dablam means “Mother’s necklace”. The long ridges on each side like the arms of a mother (ama) protecting her child. The hanging glacier of the “Dablam”, denotes double-pendant containing pictures of the gods. One can also see it worn by Sherpa women on our trail.
Ama Dablam Base Camp trek was first climbed on 13 March 1961. Mike Gill (NZ), Barry Bishop (USA), Mike Ward (UK) and Wally Romanes (NZ) via the Southwest Ridge. They were well-acclimatized to altitude, having wintered over at 5800m near the base of the peak. As part of the Silver Hut Scientific Expedition of 1960-61, led by Sir Edmund Hillary. Ama Dablam Base Camp trek ascending to the summit is the third most popular Himalayan peak for permitted expeditions. The most popular route by far is the Southwest Ridge. Climbers set up three camps along the ridge with camp 3 below and to the right of the hanging glacier. Climbing this mountain is very technical.
During Ama Dablam Base Camp trek we want to give you an opportunity to observe it up close. This trip offers an unforgettable view of Himalayan range in Khumbu region including Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Lhotse Shar and other peaks. Ama Dablam Base Camp trek is suitable for adventure lovers. The scenery of the base camp itself will be a fascinating memory. This trek is also an opportunity to know about Sherpa lifestyle, culture, and religion.
Grade: Strenuous Trek
Max. Altitude: 5545 m
Duration: 23 days
Trek Days: 19 days
TREK COST: Based on Per Person Twin sharing room accommodation
Single Supplement: USD 300 Per Person
Extra: Round trip of Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu USD
Special Free Service Highlight for VISIT NEPAL 2020
While camping accommodation in 2 men Tents supported with dinning tent, Kitchen tent, Toilet tent, Shower tent, Table, chairs and Mattress