Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal Will take you between 1,000m to 4,000m

Peak Climbing

peak climbing in Nepal Nepal is exceptionally popular with mountaineers for good reason.

Nepal Expedition

Nepal Expedition With eight of the highest peaks in the world.

Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak

Trip Facts

  • Grade : ChallengingItineraries with this rating will at times be difficult, but if you are in reasonably good physical condition and work out regularly, you shouldn't struggle too much. Most trekking days will last five to six hours, but there may be times when this will be pushed to eight or higher.
  • Trip Mode : Camping + Tea House

    Camping Trek: Camping trek is fully supported by team members with supplies of all necessary logistics. The complete equipments- tents, sleeping mats, dining tent, kitchen equipment, foods etc are provided by the company. In group along the camping trek will be involved of guide, cook, camping staffs, kitchen team and porters.

    Tea house or lodge trekking: This is a relatively cheap way of experiencing Nepal’s mountainous regions, where meals and accommodation are provided at regular intervals along the route. This is probably the most popular method of trekking, as it provides basic accommodation and nutritious food, without having to brave a night’s camping while simultaneously not blowing your trip’s budget. On such treks, you’ll stay in family run lodges, in which trekkers congregate in the evenings over a beer or a cup of hot Nepali chiyya, swap stories and plan new adventures. Standards vary along different routes, but your guide will be able to advise you about the best places to stay.

  • Duration : 19 Days
  • Maximum Altitude : 6461m
  • Best Season : Spring / Autumn

    Spring (March – May)
    During Spring you will experience warm temperatures at lower altitudes and moderate temperatures higher up. The chances of clear, unobstructed mountain views are good, and it is also a good time to see Nepal’s flowers blossom.

    Autumn (September – November)
    This is the preferred trekking season in Nepal. You will be almost guaranteed excellent mountain views, but be wary – this is the peak trekking season in Nepal, so be sure to book your flights in advance and be prepared for more crowded trekking routes. During this time, you’ll also be able to see and participate in the biggest festivals in Nepal – Dasain and Tihar.

As you finally reach at the majestic Mera peak, officially the highest of trekking peak in Nepal, you find yourself looking down and towards great many magnificent natural landscapes. You will have a direct view of the southern face of the Everest from this point of your trek. Moreover, you will have great many rare glances of watershed area, the wild and heavily wooded valleys Hinku and Hongu Drangkas from this heavenly space. In this route to the Mera (Peak), you can experience the rarest of the rare chances of venturing through little visited and as yet un-spoilt region of Nepal where the hillsides still remain densely forested for everyone’s pleasure. 

As you set to trek towards Mera Peak, you start gathering great pleasure of reaching above 21,000 feet and looking down the whole earth. You will be marching through the Hongu and the Hinku valleys which have remained uninhabited although there are Kharka, places for cattle grazing in the Upper Hinku basin where Sherpa from the South, near Pangkongma, are occasionally seen grazing their cattle during the grass- growing monsoon season. As you pass through the upper Hongu basin, you will march through a mountainous wilderness. You will also venture through some beautiful forests, massive moraines, glacial lakes and spectacular peaks that include Charmlang and Baruntse.

Additionally, this trek to the Mera peak offers you rare opportunities to come across face to face with the most spectacular mountain sceneries, pristine forests, and the geo-cultural atmosphere of the highest altitude in the world. You find yourself climb this peak that has a hair-raising flight from as soon as you leave a small and beautiful town called Lukla situated at 2,800 m (9,184 ft) height.

To reach to Mera, you need to trek for six days form Lukla. Our trekking experience tells that six days are enough for you get acclimatized and keep yourself healthy and energetic throughout. As you find yourself walking across ever-increasing altitude, you will come across Nepal's most pristine Rhododendron, oak, silver fir and birch forests. You will pass through beautiful alpine lakes, and finally up the base camp situated at the foot of the Mera glacier.

We will set up two more high camps, the first one over 300 m above the base camp in the Mera Glacier, and the second after we cross the Mera crevasse field at 5,800 m. From here you will find yourself walking through a steady and steep climb to reach to the summit of the Mera Peak. It is here at this point you will get great many awe-inspiring views of Kanchenjunga and Makalu to the east, Everest and Lhotse to the north, and Ama Dablam and Cho Oyu to the west. This point is a dome of moments of nirvana, a thing you really deserve after going through such adventurous journey.

Trip Detail

  • Day 01: Arrival day
  • Day 02: Kathmandu Valley sightseeing and trip preparation
  • Day 03: Fly to Lukla and trek to Paiya (Chutok) [2730m/8954ft]:3-4 hrs
  • Day 04: Paiya to Pangkoma [2850m/93,48ft]: 5-6 hrs
  • Day 05: Pangkoma to Nigmsa (Shibuche)[2745m/90,003ft]: 4-5 hrs
  • Day 06: Nigmsa (Shibuche) to Chetrakhola [3150m/10332ft]: 7-8 hrs
  • Day 07: Chetrakhola to Kothe [3600m/11808ft]: 6-7 hrs
  • Day 08: Kothe to Tangnang [4,350m/14,270ft]: 3-4 hrs
  • Day 09: Acclimatization Day: Hiking to Charpate Himal Glacier
  • Day 10: Tangnang to Khare [5,045m/16,486ft]: 2-3 hrs
  • Day 11: Khare to Mera Base Camp [5300m/17,384ft]: 3-4 hrs
  • Day 12: Mera Base Camp to High camp [5,780m/18,958ft]: 4-5 hrs
  • Day 13: Mera High Camp to Summit[6,461m/21,1907ft] and back to Khare [5045m/16,547ft]: 8-9 hrs
  • Day 14: Reserve day for Contingency
  • Day 15: Khare to Kothe [3600m/11808ft]: 4-5 hrs
  • Day 16: Kothe to Thuli Kharka: 5-6 hrs
  • Day 17: Thuli Kharka to Lukla: 6-7 hrs
  • Day 18: Fly to Kathmandu
  • Day 19: Departure day
  • Airport arrival and departure land transfers.
  • Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast.
  • Guided sightseeing tour in Kathmandu with temple/monuments entrance fees.
  • Climbing permit fee.
  • Trekking permit (TIMS CARD).
  • Climbing Sherpa guide and his equipment, allowance.
  • High altitude tent, ropes, snow bars, gas (high fuel) & high food.
  • All meals (Breakfast, lunch, Dinner with tea/coffee.
  • Overnight stay in tents and food on tea houses/camp on availability.
  • Conservation/national park entry permits fees.
  • In full boarded camping trek then all arrangement (guide, cook, kitchen boy, porters, all meals, cooking and camping equipment).
  • Nepali Staff insurance.
  • Climbing equipments: Harness, Ice axe, Ascender , Descenders or Eight fingers, ropes, Carbines, Ice screws, snow bars.
  • Air travel to/from Nepal.
  • International and domestic flights
  • Airport departure tax(Rs. 200 per person)
  • Excess baggage charges
  •  Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu or Pokhara .
  •  Soft/hard drinks, laundry, postage, telephone bills, all items of personal nature.
  •  Personal clothing, insurance against accidental, medical and emergency rescue evacuations.
  •  Respective expenses if one returns earlier from the trip due to sickness or emergency purpose.
  • Tips for guides and porters
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