The stunning Mera Peak stands high tall high above to 6,461m/21,190ft, high enough to slake all mountaineering needs and to provide breath – taking views of the surrounding environment. It’s one of the most alluring peaks in the country, and with appropriate elevation to be included for peak climbing purposes. The Mera ranges actually comprises of three major peaks; Mera South [6,065m/19,898ft], Mera Central [6,461m/21,190ft] and Mera North [6,476m/21,247ft]. Among which, the central is considered to be the major peak. However, there are innumerable other such other peaks and even better ones existing in the country, solely for tourism purposes. Furthermore, visitors can also perform numerous adventurous sports such as Bungee jumping, Paragliding, Zip flyer, Rock climbing, White water rafting, Mountain biking and Snow skiing.
Mera Peak Climbing also involves getting contained within remote villages and picturesque green valleys followed by slight climbs at initial stages of the course. You may experience the climb with style and comfort as we have a team of highly trained professionals and all the gears that we need. As you start to gain elevation, glimpses of some of the most reputed peaks in the country such as Lhotse [8,516m/27,939ft], Cho Oyu [8,201m/26,096ft], Makalu [8,463m/27,765ft], Kanchenjunga [8,586m/28,169ft] and the Everest [8,848m/29,029ft] start to appear and is even more distinct and observable on a clear day. One of the best parts of trekking in Nepal is that you get to enjoy views of several other things when you have enquired for one.
Our trek starts after a short flight from Kathmandu to Lukla [2,860m/9,383ft]. Lukla is itself a great place to be in. It’s a remote village and is filled with inhabitants who shall brighten your visit to the region as they been known be neighbourly – friendly and with very warm hospitality and cultures. Right after the place is the ultimate stop – spot for visitors in the region; Namche Bazaar. It takes 2 days of trekking to reach there from Lukla. And usually, the second night is also spent there so as to make acclimatization. The town comprises of teahouses and lodges of modern comfort. So, you won’t be worrying about a lot of things when you get there.
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu [1,400m/4,593ft]
Arrive in Tribhuvan International Airport [Kathmandu] and transfer to your hotel to stay overnight.
Day 02: Kathmandu Sightseeing
Full day sightseeing tour in Kathmandu Valley including some of the major places of the city such as Pashupatinath temple, Durbar Squares, Swayambhunath and Boudha Gumba that have been declared as World Heritage Sites by the UNESCO. Back to the hotel in the evening to stay overnight.
Day 03: Kathmandu – Lukla [2,860/9,383ft] – Paiya [2,730m/8,956ft]
Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla that takes about 25 minutes and further trek to Paiya that takes about 5 – 6 hours. Stay overnight in a teahouse.
Day 04: Paiya – Pangkongma [2,846m/9,337ft]
Trek from Paiya to Pangkongma that takes about 5 – 6 hours. Stay overnight in a teahouse.
Day 05: Pangkongma – Nashing Dingma [2,591m/8,500ft]
Trek from Pangkongma to Nashing Dingma that takes about 4 – 5 hours. Stay overnight in a teahouse.
Day 06: Nashing Dingma – Chhatra Khola [2,800m/9,186ft]
Trek from Nashing Dingma to Chhatra Khola that takes about 7 – 8 hours. Stay overnight in a teahouse.
Day 07: Chhatra Khola – Kothe [3,691m/12,109ft]
Trek from Chhatra Khola to Kothe that takes about 6 – 7 hours. Stay overnight in a teahouse.
Day 08: Kothe – Thaknak [4,358m/14,297ft]
Trek from Kothe to Thaknak that takes about 3 – 4 hours. Stay overnight in a teahouse.
Day 09: Thaknak – Khare [5,045m/16,486ft] Trek from
Thaknak to Khare that takes about 2 – 3 hours. Stay overnight in a camp.
Day 10: Acclimatization at Khare
Acclimatization is an important part of trekking. We acclimatize at Khare on this day.
Day 11: Khare – Mera High Camp [5,780m/18,958ft]
Trek from Khare to High camp that takes about 6 – 7 hours. Stay overnight in the camp.
Day 12: Mera High Camp – Mera Summit [6,461m/21,1907ft] – Khare
Climb from Mera high camp to the summit of the peak and further descend to Khare that takes about 8 – 9 hours in total. Stay overnight in a camp.
Day 13: Rest Day at Khare
Exhaustion is for sure. We rest for a day at Khare for contingency.
Day 14: Khare – Kothe
Trek back from Khare to Kothe that takes about 4 – 5 hours. Stay overnight in a teahouse.
Day 15: Kothe – Zwatra La Pass [4,600m/14720ft]
Trek back from Kothe to Zwatra La Pass that takes about 5 – 6 hours. Stay overnight in a teahouse.
Day 16: Zwatra La Pass – Lukla
Trek back from Zwatra La Pass to Lukla that takes about 6 – 7 hours. Stay overnight in a teahouse.
Day 17: Lukla – Kathmandu
Fly back from Lukla to Kathmandu. Stay overnight in a hotel.
Day 18: Final Departure
We wish you a safe journey back home and hope to see you very soon again.
- All surface transfers as per itinerary
- Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu
- Food, lodging, insurance and other expenses of clients and staffs
- All necessary paper work and permits
- Camping equipment such as very high quality North Face or Mountain Hardware tents for camping
- Kitchen, dining, toilet tents, mattresses and other kitchen equipment
- Travel and rescue arrangements for our staffs
- All necessary staffs with experienced English speaking guide, cook, assistant leader [4 trekkers: 1 assistance] also a personal Sherpa on request
- Porter’s Charges [Porter can carry up to 20kg]
- Tea and coffee during mountain part
- Teahouse/Lodge accommodation
- Medical supplies [First Aid medical kit will be available]
- Trekking Information Management System [TIMS], New Trekking permit to keep record of tourist [This is for your safety]
- Meals in Kathmandu
- Domestic / International airfares along with taxes
- Expenses such as laundry, phone calls, internet and others
- Personal trip equipment
- Any extra transportation except in itinerary [we can arrange upon request]
- Any kind of personal expenses
- Helicopter rescue due to out of control
- Any other expenses which are not mentioned in the inclusive price
- Some extra assistance like if you cannot walk properly our guide will arrange you horse to came back [if applicable this you have to pay them directly]
- Tips to staffs. After working everyone expect some Tips. We don’t mention fixed amount, it’s is up to you and up to their service, but generally tourists provide 10% of the total cost
- Single supplement charges [if required]
- Your travel insurance