Mount Cho-Oyu is the world’s 6th highest peak at (8201m/26906ft) above sea level. It lies 20 km west of Mt. Everest on the border between Tibet ( China) and Nepal. This mountain is considered the easiest among 8,000 meters high Himalayan Mountains for climbing due to non-existent of technical difficulties and objective dangers.

According to legends  Cho Oyu is called ‘Turquoise God’ in Tibetan language and highly regarded in Tibet. Most of the Cho Oyu climbing expeditions are undertaken from Tibet side due to a relatively comfortable climbing route. From Nepal side, it is very difficult to organize the climbing expedition.

Pioneer Adventure provides highly professional, well trained and qualified climbing Sherpas for Cho-Oyu expeditions. Many climbers demand Sherpas for the expedition as they are very knowledgeable and helpful in each and every step which makes the climbing easier and successful. Most of our groups who have gone with the Sherpa guides on the Cho-Oyu expedition are found to be successful in our past experiences. So, we highly recommend you to use our Sherpa guides for your upcoming Cho-Oyu expeditions from Tibet.

Cho-Oyu expedition will begin after your arrival in Lhasa. Here, we will process all the Cho Oyu expedition official formalities and sightseeing during your 2 days’ stay in Lhasa. Then, we will drive you in Toyota Land Cruiser or comfortable Mini bus to Shigatse and  Shegar and ultimately set foot on Chinese Base Camp.  This base camp is a temporary but comfortable with our Nepalese cook and dining tents. After Chinese Base Camp you need to walk to the advance base camp (ABC). From the advance base camp it will be some hours of strenuous walking on a wild path along the moraine-clad glacier until we begin the proper Cho-Oyu expedition following Camp 1, Camp 2 to Camp 3 and then summit the peak. After the summit, we will descend to Camp 2 from the summit and continue further down to advance base camp and  Base Camp. From Base Camp, we drive to Tingri and Nyalam and make entry to  Kathmandu via. Kung. The best time for  Cho-Oyu expedition in Tibet is the end of May to early June and the post-monsoon season from late September to early October.

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Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel
Day 02-03: Kathmandu sightseeing and trip preparation
Day 04: Drive from Kathmandu to Zhangmu
Day 05: Drive to Nyalam
Day 06: Acclimatization at Nyalam
Day 07: Drive to Tingri
Day 08: Thingri Acclimatization
Day 09: Drive to Chinese camp
Day 10: Acclimatization
Day 11: Trek to Middle camp
Day 12: Arrive at Advance base camp
Day 13-37: Climbing Period
Day 38: Trek down to Intermediate camp
Day 39: Drive to Nyalam
Day 40: Drive to Kathmandu
Day 41: Kathmandu Free day
Day 42: Returning to your home
01: Transfer airport-hotel-airport.
02: Expedition permit and Tibet visa fee
03: High way and conservation charges
04: Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu 2 nights before and 2 nights after expedition
05: All necessary transportation from Kathmandu to Base camp and Base camp to Kathmandu for all member & staff
06: Yaks from Base camp to Advance Base Camp and Advance Base Camp to Base Camp
07: Nepalese cook and Tibetan kitchen boys
08: Equipment allowances, Daily Wages, Insurance, Food and Tents for expedition staffs
09: VE25 North face or any others branded Tents at base camp (C1) (C2) & (C3) for Member and staff
10: Dining tent, Kitchen tent, Toilet tent, Shower tent, Chairs, Tables & Kitchen equipment
11: 03 oxygen bottle for member and 02 oxygen bottle for each Climbing Sherpa
12: Extra Oxygen for emergencies stored at Base camp
13: Top out or Summit mask & Regulator for each member and Sherpa
14: Generator and Solar panels at Base Camp for light and any electronic device
15: Food during the expedition 3 meals a day (breakfast, lunch, dinner and tea coffee)
16: Walki Talkie per member as needed on the basis of Member
17: Weather forecast during the entire expedition
18: 1 Government licensed climbing Sherpa per Member and his summit bonus US $1200
19: High way and conservation charges
20: Weather forecast during the entire expedition
21: Heater for base camp
22: Garbage deposits fee
01: International Air flight
02: Nepal entry visa fee. (Can be obtained at the airport upon arrival)
03: Reentry visa for Nepal. The re-entry visa can be obtained at the immigration office in Kodari
04: Meals in Kathmandu
05: Hotel in Kathmandu more than 4 night stay
06: Personal climbing gear
07: Insurance such as travel, accident, medical, emergency evacuation and lost luggage
08: Applicable permit fees and customs charges, etc. for SAT phone, communication equipment and commercial filming
10: Expenses of personal nature such as bar bills, laundry, postage, telephone, battery re-charge during the trek and internet
11: Applicable customs duty and import license fees for all expedition goods arriving in Nepal as air/road cargo
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Note : If the above itinerary does not meet your needs, wishes, itinerary can be customized as per your requirement.
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