Mount Api Himal 7132 meter which is setuited in far western Nepal . The area is more remote and untouched. Very few tourists and mountain climber have visited the region. This is the country beyond, a wild and extremely beautiful mountain landscape full of exotic peoples, rapid rivers and pristine forest. This area is a very remote area with Virgin Nature, off beaten path, Mysterious culture and panoramic mountain's view of Nandadevi, Rajramba, Api Himal, Kappa Culi Peak and many more.
Mt. Api Himal Expedition is remote and yet untouched mountain in Nepal. Only very few tourists have visited the region so far. This is the country beyond: a wild and extremely beautiful mountain landscape, full of exotic people, rapid rivers and pristine wilderness. It is a very remote area with virgin nature, off beaten path with mysterious culture and panoramic view of mountains like Nanda Devi and Rajramba.
Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu Transfer Hotel.
Day 02: Preparing Expedition.
Day 03: Expedition briefing.
Day 04: Fly to Dhangadi & Transfer Hotel.
Day 05: Drive to Baitadi –Gokuleshwer.
Day 06: Gokuleshwer – Ghana.
Day 07-11: Trek to Api Base Camp via Ghana –Lathinath – Ghusa– Batar -Jungle camp.
Day 12 - 24: Climbing Mt. Api Himal (7,132m).
Day 25-30: Mt. Api Himal Base Camp - Gakuleswar via Jungle camp– Ghusa– Lathinath – Ghana.
Day 31: Drive–Baitadi.
Day 32: Drive to Dhangadi.
Day 33: Fly to Kathmandu & Transfer to Hotel.
Day 34: Free day in Kathmandu.
Day 35: Transfer to Airport for Final Departure.
- Hotel in Ktm. on bed & Breakfast
- Climbing Permit
- Food and fuel supply
- Guide, cook, helper
- Land Transportation as per Itinerary
- Porter from and to Base camp
- Equipment allowance, daily allowance for Liaison officer & staff
- Life, medical & rescue Insurance for Nepali staff & Liaison officer
- 1 tent for 2 people for trekking & 1 tent for 1 climber in base camp
- Dining tent, toilet tent, store tent, table & chair for expedition
- Emergency Oxygen -Mask & regulator (use pay it)
- Satellite phone (Pay calls)
- Welcome dinner with song & dance
- Personal expenses
- Lunch, dinner in Kathmandu
- Willkie Talkie permit
- Personal Satellite phone permit
- Fixed rope
- Bar & beverage Bills
- Tips for staff
- Garbage deposit USD 3000 (Sharing of the total person) and deposit.
Note: - Fee will be not refunded if the climber doesn’t take back their garbage.
The following basic equipment checklist should help you with your packing. Please remember that you should always try to keep the weight of your equipment down to a minimum. NB. This is just a check-list. We are not asking you to bring everything on this list; much will depend on personal preference. As a general rule, cyclists will need similar clothing to trekkers. The one additional (essential) item is good quality padded cycling shorts (loose and baggy, as previously discussed).
- Cycling helmet
- Fleece headband (to keep your ears warm)
- Lightweight long sleeved thermal shirt
- Lightweight windproof biking jacket
- T-shirts (3)
- Padded cycling shorts - baggy style
- Underwear (4 pairs)
- Lightweight trekking boots
- Camelbak or 2 x 1 litre water bottles & cages
- Sleeping bag
- Small padlock & spare keys
- Fingerless biking gloves
- Waterproof (breathable) jacket
- Fleece jumper (eg Polartec 200)
- Light weight ‘trekking style’ pants
- Warm cycling tights
- Socks (4 pairs)
- Cycling shoes
- Spare laces
- Small towel
- First aid kit (See first Aid medicine above)
- Head lamp eg. Petzl Zoom (spare bulb & battery)
- 4 large plastic bags (for keeping items dry in kitbag)
In addition to the checklists for general and trekking equipment above, and depending on the trip you have chosen, various items of mountaineering equipment may also be required, eg:
- Plastic boots and crampons (preferably step-in bindings) with front points.
- Mountaineering harness.
- Mountaineering ice-axe (60-75cms long depending on your height and personal preference.)
- 120cms (4ft) climbing sling and two locking carabineers
- Telescopic ski-sticks (optional)
- Prussik loops
- Climbing helmet (optional)
Most if not all of this equipment will be needed for any trip that crosses steep, snow-covered ground, or which includes sections of glacier travel. Our recommendation that you take no more than 15 kilos (33 pounds) of trekking equipment does not include your plastic boots, ice axe, crampons or harness/carabineers. (During the trek, climbing hardware will be carried separately from your personal trek bag, in group bags until needed).
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