The Cost of Climbing the Highest Mountain in the World is Decreased

Lowered the cost of climbing down more than 50 percent from January 1, 2015

Mt. Everest

Of course if you have a hobby of mountain climbing will love this news, especially when the mountain is meant is the highest mountain in the world.

Likewise news delivered by the Government of Nepal on climbing activities in the superb mountains which is located in that country. Of course this is a good news that immediately received a positive response from the community of mountain climbing.

Mt. Amadablam

Everest Base Camp

Indeed, there are specific criteria for the citizens of Nepal, as reported by the BBC in Nepal, Mahesh Acharya, the Nepalese climber has been in effect since February 2014, because they only pay 15 percent less than the fees charged to foreign climbers.

Mt. Lobuche in the background

Mt. Thukla/Dhukla

The following data rates climbing in Nepal today for foreigners.

1. The cost of climbing the spring period amounted to USD 11,000.
(This rates is down from USD 25,000)
2. The cost of climbing during the autumn decreased from USD 12,500 to USD 5,500 per person.
3. The cost of climbing during the winter and summer passed down from USD 6,500 to USD 2,750 per person.

Mt. Tyangboche

Despite mountains in Nepal increasingly crowded with climbers from all over the world, the decline in prices of course always make the ascent region is visited by tourists, and not just only by professional climbers.

(Source BBC Indonesia, Kompas Travel /Images Nefo Ginting)


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