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Breakfast: 17
Lunch: 15
Dinner: 15

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Jeep
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Hotel: 3 Night(s)
Teahouse: 12 Night(s)
Camping(Tent): 1 Night(s)
Guesthouse: 1 Night(s)

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18 days - Mera Peak

Mera peak lies in Sagarmatha zone, Sankhuwasabha, and elevates up to a height of 6476 m/ 21246.72ft. The Mera peak trek’s highlight is the expedition which is not too technical and has a moderate risk of getting altitude sickness. From the summit, trekkers are blessed with the sight of other snow-covered mountains. The trek begins from the capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu, and ends at Thuli Kharka. From Kathmandu, a flight to Tenzing Hillary airport above mesmerizing views of villages, mountains, and vegetation to arrive at Lukla, then the trek moves forward to the Khumbu region.

Mera peak is the tallest trekking peak in Nepal; the trail that leads to it has a whole lot of cultural and traditional diversity for one to explore. Trekkers walk through small remote villages that reflect the typical lifestyle of Nepali people, dense forests, and various local dishes.

The trek’s first week is all about exploring the raw beauty of Nepal, its people, nature, cultural practices, monuments, stunning architecture, etc. By the end of the week expedition of Mera Peak begins; the remaining days consist of an exploration of the Khumbu region: Kothe, Kharka, and Lukla.

Take the opportunity to experience remote Nepal and climb one of the most stunning mountains of Nepal with us after having your health checked completely so we can follow all the precautions and not encounter any health problems while trekking by 18 days Mera peak trek.

Trip Code

1D-MP22

Starts

Lukla

Finishes

Lukla

Duration

18 Days

Difficulty

Severe

Group-Size

2 - 14

Age

Minimum 16

Seasons

Mar-May,Sep-Nov

Elevation

6476 m/ 21246.7ft

Trip View

2728

Activities

Peak Climbing

Travel Style

Comfortable

Trip popularity

Special Discount

10 %

TRIP FACTS

  • Mera Peak has 3 distinct summits; North(6,476m), Central(6,461m), and South Mera Peak(6,064m).
  • Mera Peak is considered one of the finest viewpoints in Nepal.
  • Mera Peak stands to the south of Everest.
  • J.O.M. Roberts and Sen Tenzing made the first successful ascent of Mera Peak on 20 May 1953. 
  • The major peaks observable from Mera peak include some of the highest mountains in the world;  Mt. Everest, Cho-Oyu, Lhotse, Makalu, Kanchenjunga, Nuptse and many more.

Why this Trip

Mera peak is among one of those peaks that perfectly blends adventure with culture. This week-long peak climbing is one of the most famous peaks among the mountaineers. One of the reasons for its popularity is its accessibility to anyone with less or moderate experience in Mountaineering, that means a novice mountaineer can attempt to climb it with the proper guidance of Sherpas and Guides. It is the highest trekking peak in Nepal that transports you through remote picturesque villages and lush forests followed by the gentle climb to the summit. This trip packed with adventure, nature, and culture is sure to give you an experience of a lifetime.

Trip Notes

  • •5% of the total cost of the package will be allocated for the benefits of local people in the Everest region

  • •We reserve the right to change and that the program may be reversed. Things can happen that make it impossible to meet them as planned. If any meeting or plan would not be feasible, we always try to find an equivalent alternative. In Nepal, you always have a plan B and C!
  • •What follows is a general flow of events. Expect the unexpected and prepare to be flexible
  • •A trekking permit is a must to travel to controlled areas. Permit, however, is issued only to groups. Individual trekkers will not be issued trekking permit.

Brief Itinerary

Welcome to Nepal! We will pick you up from Airport and then take you to the hotel for you to rest and get ready for the trek.

Meal:

  • Dinner

Accommodation:

  • Hotel

Activities:

  • Airport Pick-up-Hotel
  • Trek briefing
  • Welcome dinner
Kathmandu, the city of temples, will be explored on this day. We visit temples (Pashupatinath, Changunarayan), stupas, and historical monuments and try various street foods. By night, we return back to our hotel.

Meal:

  • Breakfast

Accommodation:

  • Hotel

Activities:

  • Full day sight-seeing around Kathmandu
  • Food and wine tour(optional)
By short flight from Kathmandu, we reach Lukla and then trek around Paiya, a village in the Solukhumbu district that has an astonishing view of Tang Ragi Tu peak and Khatang peak. First, you arrive at Surke village, followed by Pakhepani, have lunch here, then cross the terrific Chutok La pass, elevating up to 2945 m / 9662.073 ft that gets us to the Paiya village.

Meal:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Accommodation:

  • Tea House

Activities:

  • Flight to Lukla
Today we trek across Kari La pass 3145 m / 10318.24 ft, led by a bridge and narrow, slippery path. The trail flaunting the view of Dudh Koshi Khola(river), Dudh Kunda Himal (4592 m / 15065.62 ft), and the gorgeous forest of the national flower of Nepal (rhododendron) gets us to Panggom village.

Meal:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Accommodation:

  • Tea House

Activities:

  • -
After breakfast, walking through beautiful mani walls, passing the Panggom La pass situated at an altitude of 3174 m / 10413.39 ft, Thulo Kharka, Pema Gompa, Pesang Kharka danda, then crossing the Ningsow river, we reach Ningsow village. The trail has developing villages and gives a sneak peek of the south face of the Meera peak.

Meal:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Accommodation:

  • Tea House

Activities:

  • -
Following the Pasang Lhamu trail, we march toward Chhetrakhola. After breakfast first, you will trek to Ramailo danda, admiring the sight of rhododendron and bamboo forest. Then through Makalu Barun national park( known for animals like red panda, musk deer, wild boar, etc.) you arrive at Chhetrakhola and rest in a teahouse.

Meal:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Accommodation:

  • Tea House

Activities:

  • -
Early in the morning, after breakfast, leaving Chhterakhola behind, the trek continues to move forward to Kothe, which will be 6 to 7 hours long. Through Mera, Hinku valley, and pine-bamboo forest taking us to Taktho, you will walk for a few hours before arriving at Majang Khola. Crossing Majhang Khola, then walking through Tashing Ongma and Sanu Khola (by bridge), you arrive Kothe.

Meal:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Accommodation:

  • Tea House

Activities:

  • -
Today, we head to the west side of the Hinku river and march towards Saurya. After lunch, walking through the trail of Mosom Kharka village, Gondishung, a beautiful Buddhist shrine where people meditate, you will be at Thangnak, also known as Dragnak.

Meal:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Accommodation:

  • Tea House

Activities:

  • -
By exploring Thangnak, we are getting our bodies used to the air pressure and changing environment (acclimatization) so that there won’t be any health issues trekking further. The most rewarding part of today’s exploration will be the splendid view of Mera La pass.

Meal:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Accommodation:

  • Tea House

Activities:

  • -
After breakfast, you trek to the lower part of the glacier, also called the base camp of Mera peak, which takes about 5 hours to 6 hours, and arrive at Khare village. Then we just rest for the remaining time in a teahouse.

Meal:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Accommodation:

  • Tea House

Activities:

Today you will prepare for the expedition of Mera peak. Authorized personnel will give training and make you practice some skills. After being all prepared mentally and physically, we get as much rest as we can.

Meal:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Accommodation:

  • Tea House

Activities:

  • -
The high camp is located at an altitude of 5800 m / 19028.87 ft through the Northern side of the Mera peak. Upon arriving at High camp, you will be stunned by Mt. Makalu, Mt. Cho Oyu, Mt. Everest (the tallest mountain in the world), etc.

Meal:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Accommodation:

  • Tea House

Activities:

  • -
Today is the day of the expedition, so we wake up really early in the morning, have breakfast, and begin the climb. By following all the safety measures, you will get to the summit of Mera peak and observe the other Himalayas that will be visible. Afterward, you will trek to Khare to give your body much-needed rest.

Meal:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Accommodation:

  • Camping

Activities:

  • -
After getting up, we enjoy a warm breakfast and leave Khare. First, we trek up to Thangnak, have lunch there, rest for a bit, and move forward to Kothe village. Admiring the culture and hospitality of the people of Kothe, we rest in a teahouse.

Meal:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Accommodation:

  • Tea House

Activities:

  • -
Time to say goodbye to Kothe. First, through an uphill trek, we stop at Thaktar to have lunch, then resume walking towards Thuli Kharka, which lies at an altitude of 4300 m /19028.87ft. , above Thuli Kharka, you find a pass, Zatwra La pass. Then you all settle in a teahouse to relieve all the muscle strain.

Meal:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Accommodation:

  • Teahouse

Activities:

We head to Lukla as the flight back to Kathmandu takes off from here. You cross the Zantrwa pass below the Thuli Karkha and trek for a few hours to arrive in Lukla. Enjoy your last night amidst the mountains.

Meal:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Accommodation:

  • Guesthouse

Activities:

A short flight to Kathmandu starts the day, and as we will have the remaining day for ourselves, you can either visit unexplored parts of the capital or just relax in the hotel, getting ready for the departure. Our team will take you to the holy Pashupatinath in the evening to witness spiritual prayer.

Meal:

  • Breakfast

Accommodation:

  • Hotel

Activities:

  • Flight to Kathmandu
Depending upon the flight time, we will arrange one last meal, either breakfast, lunch, or dinner, to express our love and gratitude, then help you get to the airport to catch the flight right on time.

Meal:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch

Accommodation:

  • -

Activities:

  • Airport Departure

FAQS

As the peak lies in high altitude one needs to have good health without any major health problems like respiratory health issues, issues of heart, etc. to be able to climb it.
Yeah, even before your arrival, we will have our team at the airport, to welcome you to Nepal warmly.
It really depends on where we are at, in cities we use lodges and restaurants, and during the trip in the Himalayan region and villages we trek across, our accommodations will be guesthouses, teahouses, and camps.
First, you need to confirm your booking with us, and for that, if the time span is at least a year before your trip's start, we expect you to pay 15% of the total amount for 100-364 days before the trip, 20% of the total, 99-60 days, 25% of the total, 59-30 days, 50% and if it is done leaving a margin of just a month or less(29 days) then you are obliged to pay the entire amount. For your comfort, we accept all forms of payment.
Your wish! We accept cash, bank transfers, or credit cards payment.
Mostly we eat the food available in the place we spend our night which usually includes typical Nepali food that is clean and very nutritious.
Yes, there are plenty of water stations ( taps) in every place we trek that are marked safe by the drinking water authority. You also have option to buy bottled mineral water.
While we will not be walking on our fee,t you will travel on domestic airline flights that are safe and has years of experience, and our private vehicle ( cars or bus or van or jeep)
The beginning of the spring season( March -June) or Autumn season(September - November) are the best for trekking.
The weather in the Himalayas is very hard to guess, but it is good to avoid January, February, and December as it snows very heavily and won't be safe for trekking and the temperature is usually low.
On average, we walk about 6 hours to 7 hours a day ( there will be days where the trek lasts longer or shorter depending on weather, place and state of your body).
All of our guides have licenses and certificates from KEEP. They are given special training for emergencies with first-aid practices.
They will give you medicines, and the best first-aid treatment they can also evacuate you if the situation can't be handled by their skills.
They are all well-trained, and certified and have experience of climbing the summit before as well as helping others get to the summit safely.
Whatever seems comfortable, either we can book all your flights, or you can do it for yourself.
Yes, but in some places, it will cost you around $3 to $6 so, it is good ti have your own portable device charger like power bank.
There are mediums for you to communicate, like cell phones and WiFi services. After reaching a certain altitude, your cell phone won't work then you need to pay the locals to use their communication services or use the guide's satellite cell phone.
The facility to use credit cards is limited to the cities. In other places, you require cash.
All your expenses are covered by us but in case you want to indulge in something other than what the trip offers carrying $25-$50 a day will be more than enough.
Sure you can but remember it won't be covered by the amount you have paid for the trip, for every extra day, you pay the extra amount required.
Unless you want to do so, our team arranges porters or other carriers ( vehicles or animals) to carry your luggage while trekking.
Yes, you have two options the hotel you spent your first night in Kathmandu or our company's store room.
The sleeping bags we provide protects your from temperature as cold as -10 degree celsius to -20 degree celsius( you will also be given extra blankets to keep you warm).
There are no restrictions but make sure you pick warm, comfortable clothes and boots that will shield your feet from cold and prevents blisters and won't cross the boundaries of Nepali standard.
It sure is possible to change the lodge, but in peak trekking seasons, it could be a bit hard as there won't be many vacant ones easily available.
Yeah, your rooms, lodges and guesthouses are reserved way before we reach there.
There are no mandatory immunizations you are expected to have, but for your own safety, it is good to have a general check-up of your body to know it's condition before the trekking starts and get the basic vaccinations like TB, hepatitis, Diptheria, Polio, Titanus, etc.
You can carry your handbags, all the other luggage will be carried by porters or animals or vehicles.
Our team ensures all forms of security while you are trekking with us. We try our very best to keep you away from all the dangers, accidents, and health issues.
No, vegetarians will have many options to choose from, and in higher altitudes, the diet comprises mostly vegetarian meals only.

Optional Activities

Mountain flight

Mountain flight

- USD $ 210

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