Regd. No: 77506/067/068, Tourism License No: 1229(067)
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Our Quality service is to all our clients and to Overseas partners and we provide resanable cost . Offering you competitive price does not mean that we sacrifice our service level. we are being 100% locally operated adventure travel company in Nepal we normally keep reasonable cost for our Products from our net profit 2% we give to charity especially in education and health of poor childrens in remote area of Nepal Dirctly to them we make sure get it to the right peaple we hope our small help will bring bright future of the childrens of the remote villages, thank you everyone!!!
All the Itinararies and trekking routes operated by Adventure 14 Peaks have been fully developed with the support of our guides. We constantly search and explore new trekking routes across the country to let our clients experience spectacular beauty and culture. Each adventure tour itinerary has been properly evaluated and verified as per the trails feasibility, attractiveness, lodge facility, security, distance coverage and walking hours in order to be able to give our clients as much a true description of about the programs. When we develop a new trekking route, we thoroughly and constantly check the itinerary through our guides’ trip reports. If we identify a problem in any
Adventure 14 Peaks is greatly concerned with health and safety of our clients as well as team. All our outdoor staff members are well insured. Considering health and safety of our clients, we stress priority to hygienic food to high altitude sickness remed
The majestic looking Kang Yatze is the most prominent peak in the Markha Valley. It can be approached through the Makha Valley from either side. It has 2 summits and resembles a King’s Throne. The Western summit, Kangyatse II is lower at 6250m and is quite often climbed, at the same time it is not at all busy like the neighbouring Stok Kangri. It is perfect for people who would like to climb their first 6000-er and would like to stay away from the crowds. The Markha valley offers the perfect acclimatisation trek needed for climbing a 6000m mountain. On a clear day you see views as far Nun Kun & Zanskar ranges in the West & the K2, Broad Peak & Gasherbrum Massif in the far North.
Day 01: Fly Delhi – Leh (3500m). Rest and Acclimatize
Day 02: Sightseeing around Leh
Day 03: Drive Leh to Chilling and trek to Skiu (3400m)
Day 04: Trek Skiu to Markha (3700m)
Day 05: Trek Markha to Thachungtse (4150m)
Day 06: Trek Thachungtse to Nimaling (4720m)
Day 07: Acclimatisation walk to Kongmaru La (5260m) & back to Nimaling
Day 08: Trek to Kang Yatze Base camp (5150m)
Day 09: Rest day
Day 10: Climb Kang Yatze II & descend to Base camp
Day 11: Contingency day
Day 12: Trek to Chuskirmo
Day 13: Trek to Shang Sumdo & drive to Leh
Day 14: Fly to Delhi
All arrangements for staying and camping while on the trip
All transport in a non AC car / tempo traveller as per the itinerary above
Twin Sharing accommodation in Guest house in Leh on Bed & Breakfast basis.
Mules for porterage of personal and group luggage
Full board camping arrangements on the mountain with a large mess tent, tables & stools
Trip Leader assisted by certified, experienced, English-speaking guides and climbing permit
All trekking and climbing arrangements with India’s most experienced guiding team, camp staff, cook etc.
GST as applicable (Subject to change as per govt rules).
Delhi - Leh - Delhi airfare. Railway station / airport transfers in Delhi
Sleeping bag, items of personal clothing and personal climbing equipment (budget on spending approx INR 6000 if renting equipment at Leh)
Expenses of a personal nature like laundry, insurance Beverages and snacks in Leh or any other tea house, tips for guides, cooks & porters
Any costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances such as bad weather, landslides, road conditions and any other circumstances beyond our control.
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