Mera Peak Climbing: 18 Days

"Adventure on Nepal’s one of Highest Trekking Peaks within Hidden Areas of Everest"
Good to Know
  • Duration 18 Days
  • Difficulty Level Advance
  • Max. Altitude 6475.00m
  • Group Size +2
  • Trip Starts Kathmandu
  • Trip Ends Kathmandu
  • Group Style Group and Private
  • Activities Trekking, Climbing And Cultural Excursion
  • Best Season March-June and September- November


  • The trek takes you through rural communities and scenic vistas, experiencing the local culture and hospitality.
  • Experience the excitement of trekking Mera Peak, the highest trekking peak of Nepal at 6,476 meters.
  • Spectacular views of the snow-capped Himalayas above 8000 m such as Mt. Everest (8848.86 m), Kanchenjunga (8586 m), Lhotse (8516 m), Makalu (8485 m), and Cho Oyu (8201 m).
  • Experience a challenging and thrilling journey consisting of technical portions such as steep ascents, glacier crossings, and ice climbing.
  • Explore Kathmandu, a cultural destination with ancient people, temples, bazaars, and restaurants serving delectable Nepalese food.
  • Spending quality time in the lap of the Himalayas.
  • Explore local flora and fauna of the region, including Musk Deer, Himalayan Thar, and so on.
  • Enjoying the marvelous scenery of mountains with Amadablam, Kusum-Khanguru, and Khangtiaga, making a safe descent for the return journey to Lukla.

Advantage of booking Mera Peak with Trekking Planner Nepal

  • Private vehicles pick up and drop off passengers at all airports.
  • First-aid kit box
  • Trekking Planner’s down jackets, t-shirt, and cap—if necessary.
  • Arrangement of emergency evacuation service (you should have insurance for emergency evacuation, which will be paid for by your travel insurance company).
  • We use an oximeter to check your pulse, oxygen saturation, and heart rate, and we provide oxygen cans as per request.
  • Sim cards are provided by our company for travelers, so there won’t be any networking issues.

Introduction: Mera Peak Climbing 2024/2025

"Mera Peak Climbing is an interesting adventure where all trekkers and climbers can enjoy the adventurous feat."

Where one can explore as well as enjoy the walks and climb on top of Mera Peak summit? That rises at 6,461 m and 21,190 feet, one of the highest trekking peaks in Nepal.

Located in sheer wilderness and within hidden Inku and Hongu valleys, and close to Baruntse and Makalu mountain ranges. Situated in the east direction of Khumbu and south of Mt. Everest, it is within Sagarmatha National Park. As well very close to Makalu and Baruntse National Park and Conservation area, enclosed within an array of giant peaks.

Mera Peak Climbing takes you off the beaten tracks, seldom visited by trekkers and primarily by climbers and adventurers. It is a perfect and ideal peak for all interested trekkers and beginners in mountaineering, as the peak has an F grade.

The system of grading we have used is the world-renowned and widely accepted French and Swiss Alpine Climbing Classification System. Grade F describes it as easy climbing with less technical effort, walking on ice, snow, and rocks. However, our guide provides safety measures throughout the climb and trekking period, where all climbers require good climbing equipment.

To make your adventure and climb a great success and enjoyable, reach the top of Mera Peak with a safe descent. Mera Peak Climbing Adventure offers beautiful walks to its base camp and back to Lukla. Mera Peak is one of the few peaks in Nepal where trekkers can easily reach the summit after practice and with proper acclimatization.

Begins with a panoramic and short scenic flight to Lukla airport at the height of 2,820 m high. The walk begins from Lukla heading away from the main busy trail and villages towards the mountain wilderness. Continues with the climb over Naulekh and Zatwar-la pass to reach Inku Valley, covered by rhododendron, firs, pines, and birch trees.

The adventure leads towards Mera Peak Base Camp within fields of ice and glaciers, after having a few days rest for acclimatization. As well as days for practice lessons from our expert guide climbing on ice and rocks.Enjoying the marvelous scenery of mountains with Amadablam, Kusum-Khanguru, and Khangtiaga, making a safe descent for the return journey to Lukla.

After a pleasant day's rest with climbing exercise get ready for the ‘Big Day’ to Mera Peak summit. An early morning hike and climb take you past a few icy crevasses and then a long haul on snow ridge. As the climb progress reaches on top of Mera Peak summit facing a breathtaking panorama of high giant peaks. Views include Mt. Everest, Lhotse, and Nuptse towards the north with Makalu and Baruntse, extending towards Mt. Kanchenjunga in the east direction.

At Lukla enjoy last night’s dinner with fellow trekkers, guides, and staff, where early morning flights reach you back in Kathmandu. After a great mesmerizing experience on Mera Peak Climbing Adventure.

What is the speciality about Mera Peak Climbing?

Mera Peak is one of Nepal's highest trekking peaks. It is a challenging still demanding trek and also one of the most rewarding because of the beautiful views and one-of-a-kind experience it provides. Nepal Trekking Planner Nepal always provides the best service and makes your trek memorable. Mera Peak has always been the best choice to date.

  • Stunning Views: Mera Peak lies in the Khumbu region, in the Mahalangur range, and provides spectacular views of snowcapped Himalayan ranges, such as Mount Everest (8848.86 m), Lhotse (8516 m), Cho Oyu (8201 m), and Makalu (8485 m) and Kanchenjunga (8586 m).  The hike itself takes you through a range of scenery, such as deep forests, alpine meadows, and snow-covered passes.
  • Adventurous Climb: Trekking to Mera Peak is a challenging adventure that requires physical fitness, patience, and a willingness to push your limits. The trek includes long days of hiking, and crossing glaciers and high passes.
  • Cultural Experience: The trek to Mera Peak brings you through traditional Sherpa communities, where you can learn more about the local culture and customs. You will have the opportunity to engage with the Sherpa people and learn about their way of life.
  • Personal Achievement: Climbing to the top of Mera Peak is a great personal achievement that requires effort, determination, and patience. It is a wonderful and hard event that you will remember for the rest of your life. The trek is also a great opportunity for beginners.

Overall, trekking to Mera Peak is an unforgettable adventure that provides breathtaking vistas, cultural encounters, and opportunities for personal growth.

What is the best season and time for Mera Peak Climbing?

The appropriate season for climbing Mera Peak depends on various factors, such as weather, temperature, and humidity because the weather up in the mountains is unpredictable. But in general, the ideal seasons to climb Mera Peak are autumn (September to November) and spring (March to May) (March to May).

During the autumn season, the weather is usually clear and consistent, with warmer days and cool nights. The temperature fluctuates from 10°C to 15°C (50°F to 59°F) during the day and drops to -10°C to -15°C (14°F to 5°F) at night. During this season, the vistas of the adjacent mountains are extremely spectacular. This is the reason, the season is considered as peak season too.

Similarly, during the spring season, the weather gets warm with occasional rain or snow. The temperature ranges from 10°C to 15°C (50°F to 59°F) during the day and falls to -5°C to -10°C (23°F to 14°F) at night. Spring also provides stunning views of rhododendron forests and wildflowers in full bloom.

Trekking Planner Nepal always makes advice to remember that weather patterns can be unpredictable anywhere. That’s why Trekking Planner Nepal is here for your betterment and safe trekking. We also provide you with top-class Sherpas for the rest of your trek.

How to prepare for Mera Peak Climbing?

Mera Peak in Nepal is a significant adventure and the most loved adventure now in Nepal. This trip requires careful planning and preparation to ensure a safe and pleasurable journey. Nepal Trekking Planner is here to make your trip safe and memorable. Here is some preparation advice for the trek:

  • Physical fitness: Mera Peak Climbing requires a high level of physical fitness. Trekking Planner Nepal always suggests regular aerobic exercise, such as hiking, running, cycling, or swimming. This kind of activity maintains your body level.
  • Proper gear: As the topic of climbing arises, Trekking Planner Nepal always advises investing in high-quality, trek-appropriate gear. Warm and waterproof gear, a sleeping bag, a comfortable backpack, and strong trekking shoes are all required. If you don't want to carry heavy baggage during your flight to Nepal, Trekking Planner Nepal is here to provide you with top-class service and stuff.
  • Acclimatize: Altitude sickness can be a serious problem on every trek, even in the Mera Peak trek. To minimize the risk of altitude sickness, acclimatization is a very important part of trekking. Trekking Planner Nepal is here to provide you with well-trained guides and porters, a proper itinerary and the guides provide you with the proper information regarding acclimatization and also help you to submit the peak.
  • Planning your itinerary: Planning your itinerary is a very important task to be done before embarking on any trek. Trekking Planner Nepal basically provides you with the best ideas and itinerary as well as top-class service regarding the trip. We also allow you plenty of time for acclimatization and rest days. Nepal Trekking Planner also provides important information regarding the factor of extra time for unexpected weather or other delays.
  • Hiring an experienced guide: An experienced and well-trained guide is the most important part of trekking in any part of the country. Trekking Planner Nepal helps you with the well- educated and well-experienced guide. A guide can help with logistics, provide local knowledge and experience, and assist with any issues or emergencies that may arise.
  • Get travel and health insurance: Travel and health insurance is essential for any trek to Mera Peak. Make sure your insurance covers emergency medical evacuation and other potential emergencies.
  • Be prepared for the weather: The weather in the Himalayas can be unpredictable and harsh. Be prepared for cold temperatures, high winds, and snowfall by bringing appropriate gear and clothing.

Overall, preparing for an 18-day trek to Mera Peak requires physical fitness, the right gear, and careful planning. With proper preparation, you can have an amazing and unforgettable experience trekking in the beautiful Himalayas.

Climate and weather during Mera Peak climbing?

Mera Peak is a mountain in the Solu-Khumbu area, the eastern part of Nepal, located in the Mahalangur part of the Himalayas. Mera Peak's weather and climate vary drastically depending on the time of year and height. The Himalayan climate can be unpredictable sometimes, even in the best seasons.

Mera Peak climbing season typically goes from March to May and September to November. The weather is often bright and dry during these months, with warm temperatures and little humidity. Temperatures and higher elevations can still drop dramatically at night, so climbers must dress warmly.

Temperatures at the base of the mountain typically range from 5°C to 15°C (41°F to 59°F) in March and April, while temperatures at higher altitudes can range from -10°C to -15°C (14°F to 5°F). Temperatures in May range from 10°C to 20°C (50°F to 68°F) at sea level and -5 °C to -10 °C (23°F to 14°F) at higher elevations.

Temperatures are comparatively cooler in the autumn than in the spring. Temperatures at the base of the mountain range from 0°C to 10°C (32°F to 50°F), but at higher altitudes, temperatures can range from -10°C to 15°C (14°F to 59°F).

It's important to remember that the weather in the Himalayas may be highly diverse and unpredictable, so climbers should always be prepared for rapid weather changes. Snowstorms and heavy snowfall can occur at any time of year, making climbing conditions extremely risky. Climbers should always be aware of weather forecasts and be prepared for any scenario.

Local culture and religion around Mera Peak

Mera Peak is a mountain located in the Mahalangur section of the Himalayas in Nepal. The Sherpa people, who have a rich culture and tradition, live in the area around Mera Peak. Here are some features of native culture and tradition around Mera Peak:

  • The Sherpa people have a unique culture and way of life. The Sherpas have their own language, religion, and cultural practices. The brave Sherpas are also well-known for their mountaineering abilities, having participated in numerous Himalayan excursions.
  • The Sherpa people celebrate different festivals, such as Losar (Tibetan New Year), Dumje (Sherpa celebration), and Mani Rimdu (Buddhist festival). They perform traditional dances, offer prayers, and make offerings to their deities during these holidays.
  • Sherpa People offers a different and unique combination of Tibetan and Nepalese cuisine. Thukpa (noodle soup), momos (dumplings), and gundruk are some of the most popular foods (fermented leafy vegetables).
  • The Sherpa people dress traditionally, with long-sleeved shirts, jackets, and long skirts for ladies and knee-length skirts for males. They are also known as Bakkhu.  They also have a unique hat known as the Khukuri.
  • Music and dance are significant elements of Sherpa culture. Traditional instruments include the damphu (a type of drum), the piwang (a type of violin), and the shen (a type of flute). The dances, which are commonly performed during festivals, are distinguished by elaborate hand and foot movements.

Overall, the culture and traditions of the Sherpa people around Mera Peak are rich and diverse, and offer a unique glimpse into the Himalayan way of life.

Is Travel Insurance required for mera peak climbing?

Travel insurance is mandatory before beginning any peak climbing in Nepal. So, Trekking Planner Nepal strongly advises you to get your travel insurance for any trekking or climbing activity, including the hike to Mera Peak. Also, you must consider that your insurance covers all emergency medical bills, evacuation and return, trip cancellation or interruption, loss of bags or valuables, and other unplanned circumstances should all be covered by a comprehensive travel insurance policy.

Trekking Planner Nepal also asks you to read and study the policy carefully and ensure it covers the activities you intend to do, such as climbing and mountaineering at high elevations. Similarly, you must be aware of any restrictions or limitations, such as altitude restrictions or pre-existing medical issues. Trekkers must bring a copy of their travel insurance policy in an emergency.

Can we get altitude sickness during mera peak climbing?

The Mera Peak climb is a high-altitude trek that reaches an elevation of 6,476 meters (21,247 feet). Altitude sickness, commonly known as acute mountain sickness (AMS) normally seen from an altitude of 2400m for beginners. AMS is dangerous for both climbers and also guides sometimes. AMs normally seen to those who travel to high heights too quickly without adequate acclimatization.
Some of the symptoms of AMS are:

  • Headache.
  • Nausea and dizziness.
  • Shortness of breath.
  • Exhaustion.
  • Difficulty in sleeping.

Altitude sickness, if left untreated, can lead to more serious illnesses such as high altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE) and high altitude cerebral edema (HACE), all of which can be fatal.

AMS is common to everyone, but to prevent this, enough time for acclimatization is needed. Trekking Lanner Nepal suggests you acclimatize yourself to the thinner air at higher elevations. Proper acclimatization is essential to minimize the danger of altitude sickness on a Mera Peak Climb. This can be done by gently climbing higher elevations and allowing your body time to adjust to the altitude.

Besides proper acclimatization, other ways to avoid altitude sickness is staying hydrated, avoiding alcohol and sleeping tablets, and eating a well-balanced diet rich in carbs.

Washing and Toilet Facilities at Mera Peak  

Mera Peak is a known and popular climbing destination in the Everest region of Nepal, and bathroom and washing facilities depend on the route and lodge options chosen. The tea shops and lodges along the Mera Peak trail provide basic washing and toilet facilities. These facilities, ranging from a basic squat toilet to a flush toilet with running water, may be shared with other trekkers. The quality and cleanliness of these facilities may also differ based on their location and traffic volume.

Regarding shower facilities, certain tea houses and lodges may provide hot showers. However, they usually charge an additional expense. Some lodgings may have basic restrooms with a bucket and a cold water tap. It is important to remember that water conservation is firmly due to the state's remote location and limited resources. Taking bucket showers and using as little water as possible is recommended.

Overall, while the facilities for washing and toilets on the Mera Peak trek may not be luxurious, they are functional and adequate for most trekkers.

Accommodation facilities during mera peak climbing

Mera Peak is a well-known trekking and mountaineering destination in Nepal's Khumbu region. Along the Mera Peak trekking trail, numerous lodging alternatives exist, including teahouses, lodges, and campsites.

Teahouses are small guesthouses and provide basic accommodations, including a bed, a shared bathroom, and food. These are the most common and least costly accommodation options along the Mera Peak trekking route. Locals own and maintain most teahouses, providing an excellent opportunity to interact with them and learn about their culture.

Lodges are larger guesthouses with more amenities like private toilets and hot showers than teahouses. They cost more than teahouses, but they provide more comfort and convenience.

Trekking Planner Nepal arranges lodge accommodations and camping facilities at higher altitudes. In the peak season, the lodges are usually packed. The benefit of trekking with Trekking Planner Nepal is that we book your accommodation in advance as per your requirements and ensure quality service with well-trained guides and porters.

    Things to consider before beginning Mera peak expedition 

    The altitude of Mera Peak differs with various adventure companies and as well with NMA (Nepal Mountaineering Association). That controls all trekking peaks of Nepal. But most climbers and adventurer agrees with the present height as mentioned above.

    Mera Peak climbing grade ‘F’ means “Facial Easy” used from popular French and Swiss Alpine Climbing Classification, used worldwide on alpine style climb for
    USA standard is grade 5.01 to 5.04.

    Mera Peak, all types of interested trekkers and climbers can take part in this adventure where our expert guides will support and instructs you on safety measures with the skill of climbing on ice, snow, and rocks to help you with the climb.

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    Mere Peak Climb and treks provided with standard Itinerary days where some days walks can be shorter or longer as per your physical fitness, some designated overnight stops can change, due to available rooms and other facilities and etc…….

    We will follow the itinerary if its need to be changes in case of weather, landslides and difficulties on walks requiring more days where our leader and lead head guides decides holding full authority for Trekking Planner.

    • AccommodationHotel moonlight/Hotel Lo Mustang/hotel Thamel Park
    • Mealswelcome Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time1,350m/4,429ft

    On arrival at Kathmandu international airport via respective airlines, you will be received by our office staff and guided with warm welcome then transfer to your hotels in the city's hub.

    After checking into your rooms and getting refreshed join the other groups for a briefing on Mera Peak Climbing, our guide offers you useful information regarding the trek and your stay in Nepal with us.

    The evening includes a welcome dinner in a friendly and authentic Nepalese restaurant with the Folk Culture program of Nepal while having your dinner.

    • AccommodationHotel moonlight/Hotel Lo Mustang/hotel Thamel Park
    • MealsBreakfast
    • Max. Altitude/Time1,350m/4,429ft

    Morning, depart from the hotel for an exciting tour around Kathmandu at places of great interest, Kathmandu city and its valley are steeped with historical and religious monuments temples, and monasteries listed as World Heritage Sites.

    After an exciting tour afternoon free to relax and prepare for Gokyo Lake & Everest Panorama trekking next early morning flight to Lukla.

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time2780m/9121ft

    Starting early morning transfer to domestic airport for a short and scenic flight to Lukla, taking a smaller aircraft (Twin Otter or Dornier) during 30 minutes on air with a fantastic panorama of the Himalayan series of peaks with Mt. Everest, as the plane lands on its unique uphill runways reaching Tenzing and Hillary airport in Lukla.

    Overnight in Lukla with the afternoon free to explore its exciting market and streets and witness local Sherpa culture of great interest with views of Kongde peaks towards the west direction.

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time3,430 m / 11,250 ft

    Mornings with first day walk to reach our first overnight camp at Chutanga as our route leads past many farm lands with moderate trekking encountering few short ups overlooking beautiful scenery along the route and then stay overnight in complete isolation in the green alpine woods.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time4300 m/14,107 ft

    Walk beings with steep climb to cross over high rocky ridges of Kalo and Naulekh Himal the crossing Zatwar-la and Zatwar-Og passes of over 4,300 m high to reach into Inkhu valley with overnight at Thuli-Kharka around grazing area.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time4,360 m / 11,808 ft

    Today walk leads within patch of forest to enter into mountainous country to reach inner Inkhu valley where routr leads on route Mera Peak base camp, as trek continues within tree lines past many pasture area to reach a clear and wide grassy field and Kothe for overnight camp.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time4,356 m / 14,291 ft

    Morning walk start on downhill with grand views of Peak 43 and Kusum Kanguru peaks within scenic Inkhu valley where you can view stunning South Face of Mera Peak, as walk continues into dense rhododendron and pine tree forest to reach a nice meadow and an area at Mosum Kharka. Our journey continues towards north leaving the tree lines behind, after a good trek reaching a wide open valley with at Gondaishung close to Thangnak area.

    Gondaishung a place with interesting old small Gompa (a small monastery or shrine) of more than 200 years, from here walk for another hour to reach at Thangnak for overnight stop, a nice place with temporary huts and shades with a small lodge and tea house.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time5,045 m /16,551 ft

    After overnight stop at scenic area at Thangnak adventure continues on gradual path with some few ups and downs overlooking fabulous views to reach near at Charpatti Tal (4 sided glacial lake).

    This small lake dammed by stone and moraines, and then with short climb with downhill towards a large meadow at Khare for overnight.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time5,045 m /16,551 ft

    Today at ease after a good scenic walks from Lukla, this free and rest day allows you to acclimatize and as well time for some practice with your ice-axe and crampons around the camp, finding perfect place for some exercise on ice and rocks.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationTented Camp
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time5,780 m / 18,958 ft,

    From the base camp we have allowed one more camp to make this climb more approachable, morning walk follows across Mera la and then reaching at Mera High Camp in complete wilderness, on reaching at high camp enjoy afternoon at leisure with lunch and preparation for the next early morning climb on top Mera Peak.

    Where our expert guides will scout the route and fixing ropes where necessary to safe guard from incidental accidents.

    Included Tented camp and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time5,045 m /16, 551 ft.

    Fain destination of the adventure, starting very early before break of dawn, route leads with steep climb but without any technical difficulty a straight-forward climb one can do it with the help of ski poles, however for safety measures where all climbers needs well equipped with crampons, ice axe, helmets.

    After a tough high altitude climb then finally reaching on top of the rewards you with outstanding panorama of Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Cho- Oyu all the way to Mt. Kanchenjunga in the eastern horizon. Enjoying marvelous moments feeling in high spirit, then descend on the same route to base camp at Khare.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner

    An extra day reserved as contingency in case of unfavorable weather conditions, if all goes well this spare can be used on-route Lukla or before to make the walk more enjoyable.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time4,326 meters / 14,192 feet

    Return journey back Thangnak after a wonderful experience and climb on to Mera Peak, where walk will be easier from here on after losing much altitude to reach at Thangnak for overnight.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time4,300 m/14,07 ft

    Morning walk continues leading into woodlands with steep climb and continue trek on nice grassy meadow within gradual path to reach our last camp of the trip at Thuli- Kharka.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time4,610 m / 15,124 ft

    Last day walk of the adventure morning leads with climb over high ridge of Naulekh or Kalo Himal including Zatrwa Og and Zatrwa-La passes, after a tough long climb then descend to Chutanga into green areas and forest, where few hours of great walk takes you back at Lukla for final overnight around Khumbu and Everest area.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationHotel moonlight/Apsara Boutique hotel/hotel Thamel Park
    • MealsBreakfast
    • Max. Altitude/Time1,350m/4,429ft

    From Lukla an early morning flight to Kathmandu with panorama of mountains views all the way to Kathmandu, at Kathmandu domestic airport our staff transfers you back into your hotel with free afternoon to relax after a great and wonderful adventure on Mera Peak Climb and trek.

    Included accommodation on BB in Kathmandu (Hotel moonlight/Kathmandu Guest House/Apsara Boutique hotel)and standard meals (Breakfast )

    • AccommodationHotel moonlight/Apsara Boutique hotel/hotel Thamel Park
    • MealsBreakfast and Farewell dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time1,350m/4,429ft

    Today a free day in Kathmandu reserved as extra day in case of flight delay and cancellation in Lukla, due to unfavorable bad weather conditions which can occur sometimes as Himalaya weather can be unpredictable.

    If all goes well as per our guideline and set itinerary, enjoy the day with individual activities or join in for exciting tour around Kathmandu at places of great interest.

    Included accommodation on BB in Kathmandu (Hotel moonlight/Kathmandu Guest House/Apsara Boutique hotel)and standard meals (Breakfast )

    • MealsBreakfast

    Last day in Nepal, country of Himalayan wonders and as per your international flight time depart for homeward bound or to next respective connecting destinations.

    Our staff and guide transfer you to Kathmandu airport after a mesmerizing memory and great adventure on Mera Peak Climb.

    Included standard meals (Breakfast ) and Tea/Coffee

    Not satisfied with this regular itinerary? Make your own.

    Trip Map
    Mera Peak Climbing: 18 Days Map
    What's Included
    • All airport pick-up and drop-off by private vehicle (for international and domestic flights).
    • 03-night twin/double-sharing accommodation on BB at a 3-star hotel in Kathmandu.
    • Guided sightseeing tours in Kathmandu with a private vehicle (entrance fees extra).
    • Kathmandu to Lukla to Kathmandu flight with airport departure tax.
    • National Park entrance fee and Trekkers’ Information Management System(TIMS) card.
    • Highly experienced, helpful, knowledgeable, friendly, English-speaking, well-trained
    • Government license-holding guide and climbing sherpa. The price includes his salary, food, drinks, accommodation, transport, and insurance.
    • 02 guests to 01 porter with their insurance, salary, food, accommodation, and equipment.
    • Your cost includes insurance, wages, food, and lodging for your guide and porter. We take excellent care of our guides and porters; they are like family.
    • Twin/double shearing accommodation in the mountain during trekking and a tented camp during climbing.
    • Three meals a day: breakfast, lunch, dinner, and tea or coffee during the trekking and climbing.
    • All the necessary climbing equipment.
    • Welcome to dinner in an authentic restaurant.
    • First-aid kit and first-aid services.
    • Trekking Planner’s sleeping bag, down jackets, T-shirts, caps, duffle bags, and city and trekking route maps, if necessary.
    • Arrangement for emergency evacuation service (you should have insurance for emergency evacuation, which will be paid for by your travel insurance company).
    • Use an oxygen meter to check your pulse, oxygen saturation, and heart rate twice daily during the trek (very useful for checking altitude mountain sickness (AMS) and symptoms). This helps ensure your trek is in the safest hands possible.
    • One-hour complimentary spa or massage in Kathmandu after the trek.
    • All applicable government and local taxes per the itinerary.
    What's Excluded
    • Nepal Visa fee (Bring accurate fee in USD and two Passport size Photo).
    • International airfare to and from Kathmandu (no need to pay departure tax for international flight).
    • Diner and lunch in Kathmandu.
    • Personal  travel and health Insurance, Insurance for helicopter evacuation.
    • Extra night accommodation and lunch and dinner in city because of early arrival, late departure and early return from the mountain (due to any reason) then the scheduled itinerary.
    • Personal expenses (phone calls, baggage charge, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower etc).
    • Tips to the trekking crews and drive.
    • Extra expenses due to flight delays, strikes, weather condition or any event out of our control.
    Departure Dates
    • This trip can be booked privately if you’re traveling solo or with your family.
    • Have a big group? We can accommodate all of your needs.
    • We can help you make it fit your budget.
    • We accept instant bookings and online payments.
    • This trip departs every day of the year.
    • This trip is fully customizable. We can customize the trip as per your needs.
    • This trip is available on both a fixed departure and a private group basis.
    • If the given date is not appropriate for you, please contact us.
    • Trekking Planner also organizes various trips in small groups that can suit you.
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    Suggested Equipment List

    • Duffel/Rucksack bag/Suitcase (We provide one complimentary Trekking Planner duffel bag that is to be returned after the trip).
    • Day pack.
    • Trekking shoes.
    • Sports shoes or sandals.
    • Sun Hat/cap.
    • Warm woolen cap.
    • Warm fleece jacket or puffy jacket.
    • Waterproof Gore-Tex layer.
    • Pullover or warm sweeter.
    • Raincoat.
    • 4/5 pairs of good quality socks.
    • Hand gloves.
    • 2/3 pairs of trekking trousers.
    • 3/4 pairs of trekking shirts.
    • 3/4 pairs of underwear (non cotton preferred).
    • Sun glasses.
    • Water bottle.
    • 4 season sleeping bag (Optional/we can provide one if you need it. It is to be returned after the trip).
    •  Flash or Torch light.
    • Camera and batteries.

    For Climbing.

    • Plastic Boot a pair.
    • Crampons a pair.
    • Ice Axe one.
    • Harness one.
    • Carabineer or Karabiner two each.
    • Snow Gaiters a pair.
    • Snow / Sun Glass one each.
    • Warm Gloves a pair.
    • Wind Proof Jacket and Trouser a set each.
    • Main Ropes 200m ( 50m per person) as per the peak chosen.
    • Snow Bar 2 / 4 pieces depending upon group size.
    • Ski Pole (optional) one each.
    • Ascender.
    • Helmet.
    • Certainly, all trekkers and climber requires to obtain travel and medical insurance for safety purposes. One can never know what befalls ahead, some might can be very ill from diarrhea or altitude sickness known as AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness).

      Where the victims need to be evacuated immediately by any means of quick transport like on Helicopter, where all your medical bills will be reimbursed by your insurance depending upon the nature of insurance policy.

      Another reason for travel insurance, just in case the trip can be obstructed by bad weather, where trek needs re-route the destination or might get canceled.

      Where flight to Lukla operates on good fine weather, if the flight gets delayed or canceled it will affect the whole itinerary days. Where you’re insurance can cover most of your expenses.

    • Sometimes but not every day, as the area is well hidden by high hills and mountains, where any calls can be obstructed due to weather and as well by high mountains and hills.

    • Except in Luka, as you will be trekking and climbing in sheer mountain wilderness with no villages or permanent human settlement on this trip, you can get Wi-Fi only at Lukla at the end of the trip.

    • One can carry portable solar charger, as there are no villages on route to charge your gadgets, except for Lukla in the beginning and at the end of the trek and climb.

    • All food served in camping of excellent quality taking care of hygiene, Foods and meals are served of international standard quality, cooked by our expert camping cook and kitchen helpers. From local Nepalese Dal Bhat (rice, light curries and lentil soup) to continental, Chinese, Indian and Tibetan or Sherpa cuisine.

      All meals cooked with different kitchen unit of cook and kitchen hands, serves you continental breakfast, light lunch and sumptuous dinner with afternoon tea / coffee, drinking chocolate and light snacks.

      As time permits our cook can bake cakes and pie to celebrate your success on Mera Peak Climb.

    • Extra baggage that is not necessary for Mera Peak Climb and trek can be stored in the hotel, as well as valuable and documents in the hotel locker or with Trekking Planner.

    • If it’s too much to carry from home, one can purchase some trekking and climbing gear in Kathmandu or one can hire, such as Down Jackets and Sleeping bags, Ice Axe, and other items required for the climb and trek.

      Where you can purchase almost all items from torch/flashlights and good quality aluminum water bottle, etc…………….

    • It depends upon how you spend it, on booking with full payment all main hotel and lodge accommodation are included, with all meals on trek and climb includes service of guides and porters with all camping crew.

      The only extra money required for your personal expenses such as having extra drinks and snacks, as well for souvenir buying. But on this trek and climb there are no villages and shops to buy, except in the beginning and at the end of the trip at Lukla.

      If you are a beer drinker and other hard drinks available only in Lukla, one needs to carry extra more like NRS 10 to 20, 000 more on top of average money to carry on trek minimum of NRS 10,000.00. As well as reserve money in case of flight delay at Lukla and other main expenses like gratitude or tips for the trekking staff, guide, and porters.

      You can exchange money in Lukla before or at the end of the trip, there are banks and money changing facilities in Lukla town.

    • Taking it slow and steady walks and climb with enough little rest stop to catch your breath, as well having rest days for acclimatization before heading higher altitude and climb.

    • Mera Peak Climb of less technical mountain to climb all the way to the summit top, however safety measures needed especially on descend.

      The difficulty is the walk along long snow ridge and facing high altitude and dry air, the climb alone is not that challenging. The weather factor makes the difference on unfavorable weather leads to some difficulty.

    • Solo Climber on their own either with guide and porter, or with only guide cum porter. But on this trip accompanied with camping staff.

      When joining with a group of trekkers can be interesting making friends of different nationalities, and keeps you busy knowing each other or sharing your knowledge with each other.

      Each individual in a group differs sometimes, some are close friends and couple or just a solo traveler joining in the group.

    • Yes, any major peaks and mountains requires climbing permits, on booking with Trekking Planner all required permits and official documents will be obtained well in advance before the trek and climb departure to Mera Peak.

    • Any person in good health and physically fit can join in for the climb to Mera Peak and trek, however beginners with basic climbing knowledge and experience will be very best for this type of alpine climbing.

    • In spacious tents with space for two person, throughout the trek and climb except on last day in the comfort of nice lodge at Lukla.

    • Foods and all meals are served of international standard quality, cooked by our expert camping cook and kitchen helpers. From local Nepalese Dal Bhat (rice, light curries and lentil soup) to continental, Chinese, Indian and Tibetan or Sherpa cuisine.

      All meals cooked with different kitchen unit of cook and kitchen hands, serves you continental breakfast, light lunch and sumptuous dinner with afternoon tea / coffee, drinking chocolate and light snacks.

      As time permits our cook can bake cakes and pie to celebrate your success on Mera Peak Climb.

    • Depends upon joining with group or single / solo, in group of different nationalities which makes the adventure more interesting and lively, along with climbing-trekking guide with whole camping crews and porters.

      If you are doing alone as solo climber, you will accompanied by expert guide and porters with camping staff.

    • Almost all months of the year except the monsoon wet time from mid-June till August, and middle of winter from mid-December to February. The best season is spring from March till May, and autumn / fall to pre-winter, September to mid-December months.

    • It entirely depends upon the size of a group, for minimum 2-3 pax average of US$ 2199 per person, maximum from above 4 to 8 pax at an average of US$ 2099 per person, which includes all permits and logistic support with hotels in Kathmandu and camping with guide, porters and camping staff services.

    Client Reviews
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      The best guide!!!

      I did the Mera peak trekking 6,476 m with my guide Gyeljen Sherpa. A very friendly and professional guide that knows everything about the mountains. When we reached Mera high camp 5,800 m I was very sick and had to stay for an extra night, as we were ready to go back down, Gyeljen asked me if I was feeling any better and wanted to try to reach the top, I said ok and we tried but shortly after it started to snow very heavily and we had very poor visibility, we reached 6,260 m and decided to go back down because Gyeljen considered it to be very risky and put safety first!!! Never the less I was happy that he pushed me over my limits. Highly reccomend Gyeljen Sherpa as a guide for his professionalism and dedication to the customer.
      ANDREW FERRARIItaly,Dec 27, 2023
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      Professional guide!!!

      I did the Mera peak 6,476 m trek with my guide Gyeljen Sherpa, he assisted me in all ways possible! Gyeljen is an expert on those mountains and was very friendly and helpful. Even if I didn't reach the summit because I got sick, Gyeljen did his best and got me to 6,260 m after which we had to descend due to heavy snow falling and low visibility. I would reccomend Gyeljen Sherpa anytime for his professionalism and dedication to the customer.
      Andrew FerrariItaly,Dec 27, 2023
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