Annapurna II Expedition- 37 days
Annapurna II Expedition is one energizing mountaineering practices in Annapurna Himalayan range, Nepal! In the Annapurna Himalayan range, Annapurna II (7,937m) is the second most surprising zenith. Annapurna II Expedition was first viably moved in 1960 by a British-Indian-Nepalese mountaineering gathering. J.O.M. Roberts drove the fundamental compelling Annapurna II Expedition. The course was by methods for the West Ridge, moved nearer from the north.
This, one of the novel Annapurna II Expedition is repeated by Kazmir Draslar and Majija Malezic from Yugoslavs (Slovenia) in 1969. They climb Annapurna IV at the period of Annapurna II Expeditions.
As Annapurna II and IV course, this Expedition course is furthermore taken after Annapurna Circuit trekking course till Pisang and after that swing ahead to Sabji Khola (River). Second day pull back from Pisang Village, you reach to the Annapurna II Base Camp. By and by, driving is available till upper bit of the course (anyway constantly disturb the as of late constructed road through show up slide and flood) Annapurna II Expedition march course is being one the short. It is reducing the chance to rich Base Camp and cost of the undertaking as necessities be.
Annapurna II Expedition troop course lies inside Annapurna Conservation Area (ACA). Moving through Annapurna Conservation Area to the base camp and back after the undertaking is one of the incredible opportunities to watch nature and culture of Annapurna district in Nepal. The social orders save Annapurna nature assurance offer you extraordinary Annapurna Himalayan organic structure. The typical wonders, the vegetation and faunas all are useful to see in the midst of walking around troop course.
Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu airport and transfers to Hotel
Day 2: A free day in Kathmandu for necessary preparation of trek/climb
Day 3: A free day in Kathmandu, briefing in Department of Tourism
Day 4: Drive to Khudi (790m) and walk to Bhulbhule. Overnight at lodge
Day 5: Besisahar Nagdi (1200m)
Day 6: Nagdi Jagat(1314m)
Day 7: Jagat Dharapani (1943m)
Day 8: Dharapani Chame (2713m)
Day 9: Chame Pisang (3185m)
Day 10: Pisang Sabche Khola
Day 11: Sabche Khola AnnapurnaII Base camp (4500m)
Day12-28: Climbing Period AnnapurnaII (7937m)
Day29: Cleanup Base Camp and return to Pisang (3200m)
Day35: A free day in Kathmandu
Day36: A free day in Kathmandu
Day37: Transfer to Airport for the flight back
- Airports picks up and drop.
- Air cargo clearance.
- Expedition permits fees.
- Guide for Kathmandu sightseeing if you want.
- All related Airport / hotel / airport transportation.
- Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu on BB basis (3 star Category).
- Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu airfare for tourist members and your staffs.
- Full board service of Kathmandu to Kathmandu.
- All necessary expedition material transport (Lukla-EBC-Lukla) by yaks or porters and all their expenses.
- Airport taxes for domestic flight.
- EBC & ABC Nepali Cooks with equipment, wages, insurances.
- Dining and kitchen tent in EBC with high altitude cook.
- 1 to 1 member to climbing Sherpa ratio with equipment, wages, insurance.
- All mountain tents provided-Single Tent at BC and 2 people to a three-men tent above BC.
- Gas heaters in the dining tent & solar panel power available at BC.
- Dining Tables and chairs.
- Climbing Permits and all necessary documents.
- Garbage deposit.
- Ice fall route maintenance fees.
- Radio talkie-talkie set for climbers and Sherpas, including permit charges.
- EPI Gas with burner and cooking pot set.
- High altitude food with personal pack.
- 5 cylinders of oxygen (brand new Poisk) per climber with mask and regulator set.
- 3 cylinders of oxygen (Refilled) per climbing Sherpa with mask and regulator set.
- Liaison Officer charges including airfare and insurance.
- Shower tent at BC.
- Toilet tent at BC & CII.
- Gamow Bag at CII.
- Satellite telephone (per minute rates apply).
- Travel insurance (Should include helicopter evacuation as well).
- Trip cancellation charge.
- International air tickets.
- Nepal entry visa fees.
- Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu.
- Personal climbing equipment.
- Expenses of personal natures/uses.
- Tips (you should allow maximum as you can in tips for Everest summiteers).