Mera Peak Climb

‘adventure around hidden areas of Khumbu within Inkhu valley & on top beautiful Mera Peak’

Highlights of your journey:

  • An adventure on top striking Mera Peak with glorious mountains views with Mt. Everest
  • Short scenic flight to & from Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu with panorama of mountains
  • Walk into cultural villages adorned with colorful Buddhist prayer monuments & spinning bells
  • Within Sagarmatha National Park listed as World Heritage Sites with ever present Mt. Everest
  • Explore native high Khumbu Sherpa villages with its interesting traditions and colorful custom
  • Into lovely serene woodland of tall rhododendron-oaks-magnolia-pine & fir tree lines
  • Views of high and beautiful mountain range on daily walks within the shadow of Mt. Everest
  • Adventure on hidden corner of Everest & Khumbu within complete wilderness of mountains
  • On top  high & scenic Mera Peak facing breathtaking panorama of mountains with Everest

A little about trip:

Mera Peak Climb leads you on top (6461m / 21,197ft) high facing fabulous panorama of high Khumbu Himal within world highest Everest region, one of the most spectacular adventure to join in for your life-time experience. Mera Peak Climb one of most easiest and straight-forward climbs in all Himalayan trekking peaks, where we have set the grade as F, which means Facial / Easy the word comes from French and Swiss Alpine Climbing Classification Systems as used world-wide.


Although a peak of less technical climb, where adventurer and climber should in good physical shape with sound health as well equipped related to Mera Peak climb, which leads you to a long uphill walk in ice and snow to reach its summit top, one of the highest trekking peaks of Nepal Himalaya. Mera Peak Climb begins from busy Sherpa town at Lukla after reaching with a flight from Kathmandu, and then heading towards deep alpine woodland away from villages and human settlement in complete wilderness of mountains and green valley with snow and ice.


Walk leads to an adventure over rocky ridges of Naulekh or Kalo Himal crossing Zatwar-la pass to reach remote and isolated corners of Khumbu around Inkhu valley within green woodland which soon fades to rocks and moraine at Mera Peak base camp. Truly an amazing spot away from main flow of trekkers, where you will be in the harmony of pristine natural surroundings, although the walk is quite tough due to least visited areas but worth the hard treks to Mera Peak base camp.


After enough rest days and preparation where climb leads from base and high camp following our expert team of guide to reach at the high summit top of Mera Peak offers incredible panorama of mountains as far to Makalu, Baruntse to Kanchenjunga in the east with Everest towards North direction. Feeling high, after a successful feat on Mera Peak Climb, then return back to Lukla on the same scenic route for flight to Kathmandu, after a wonderful experience and adventure on Mera Peak Climb.

Suggest Itinerary:

Day 01: Welcome to Kathmandu (1,350 meters / 4,429 feet) & transfer to hotel
Day 02: Full day in Kathmandu with half day guided tour & trip preparation
Day 03: Fly to Phaplu (2470m / 8103ft) & commence trek to Taksindo (2800m / 9186ft) 5 hours
Day 04: Trek to Khari Khola (2040m / 6692ft) 6/7 hours
Day 05: Trek to Pangom (2800m / 9186ft) 6 hours
Day 06: Trek to Nashi Dingma (2600m / 8530ft) 6 hours
Day 07: Trek to Chalem Kharka (3600m / 11,811ft) 4 hours
Day 08: Trek to Chunbu Kharka (4200m / 13,779ft) 7 hours
Day 09: Trek into the Hinku valley near Kote (3600m / 11,811ft) 6/7 hours
Day 10: Trek to Tagnag (4400m / 14,435ft) 4 hours
Day 11: Rest day at Tagnag for high acclimatization (optional day trip around)
Day 12: Trek to Khare (5000m / 16,404ft) 3 hours
Day 13: Free day at Khare for climbing preparation
Day 14: Climb to Mera la (5300m / 17,388ft) 5 hours
Day 15: Climb to High Camp (5800m / 19,028ft) 3/4 hours
Day 16: Climb to Mera Peak summit (6476m / 21246ft) & back to Khare 9/10 hours
Day 17: Spare summit or contingency day
Day 18: Return trek to Kote (3600m / 11,811ft) 5/6 hours
Day 19: Trek to Thuli Kharka (4300m / 14,107ft) 6 hours
Day 20: Trek to Lukla (2840m / 9317ft) 5 hours
Day 21:
 Fly to Kathmandu & transfer to hotel 45 minutes air journey
Day 22: Time of your own at Kathmandu for relaxing, shopping, sightseeing & farewell dinner
Day 23: Transfer to airport for onward destination


Please Note: Flight from Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu in small aircraft (Dornier-Twin Otter or similar smaller Plane), where sometimes daily schedule normal flight can get delayed on both sides Kathmandu and at Lukla leading to cancellation due bad and unfavorable weather condition.


In this case our trekking staff and guides as well office in Kathmandu will make necessary arrangements to minimize your convenience as much as possible within the company control, where some might need to be evacuated by other means of transport like Helicopter Service.


We strongly try to maintain our itinerary days as it is where some changes could arise due to Weather and physical condition of the clients, in these situations please bear with us as we try our best to make your holiday enjoyable and interesting.

  • Day 01: Welcome to Kathmandu (1,350 meters / 4,429 feet) & transfer to hotel

    Welcome to the Himalayan country of Nepal. It’s a panoramic thrill flying into Kathmandu on a clear day. The views of snow-capped mountain peaks sprawling down below you are almost ecstatic, beginning a whole chain of memorable experiences that stay with you for a long, long time. And as your plane hits the tarmac, our waiting support team will meet and greet you at the airport and escort you to your hotel.
    Overnight at a hotel. Included Meals: Welcome Dinner

  • Day 02: Full day in Kathmandu with half day guided tour and trip preparation

    Today after breakfast we start a guided tour to several of the most historical and spiritual attractions in Kathmandu which are also listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites. We visit the historic Durbar Square, the famous ‘Monkey Temple’ (Swayambhunath) the sacred Hindu temple of Pashupatinath’ and Buddhist shrine (Bouddhanath), which is also one of the largest stupas in the world. At noon, there will be a pre-trip discussion as well as provides opportunity to ask any questions you may have regarding our upcoming adventure.
    Overnight at a hotel. Included Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

  • Day 03: Fly to Phaplu (2470m / 8103ft) and commence trek to Taksindo (2800m / 9186ft) 5 hours

    You will be driven to Kathmandu domestic airport for the early morning flight to mountain airstrip at Phaplu. This is a truly spectacular beginning to the trek as you fly over the rolling foothills of Nepal with the huge Himalayan peaks visible to the north. The flight takes about 35 minutes flying in small Twin Otter planes. On arrival to Phaplu we meet our trek crew and porters and then begin the trek towards Taksindo La pass. Our first night is in the village of Taksindo.
    Overnight at a Tea house. Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 04: Trek to Khari Khola (2040m / 6692ft) 6/7 hours

    There is a steep descent into Dudh Khosi valley and then an ascent on other side of the river to Khari Khola village.
    Overnight at a Tea house. Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 05: Trek to Pangom (2800m / 9186ft) 6 hours

    We ascend through the village of Hil Tang up to the Sherpa village of Pangom.
    Overnight at a camp. Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 06: Trek to Nashi Dingma (2600m / 8530ft) 6 hours

    From Pangom village we walk through rhododendron forest and bamboo up to Pangom La at (3173m) where we get our first view of the impressive Mera Peak. After the pass we descend for ½ hour to Shibuche village and then drop steeply on a loose trail to a suspension bridge crossing the Hinku river. It takes about four hours to reach our lunch place located beyond the bridge. After lunch we have a sustained climb to our campsite at Nashing Dingma normally taking a further two to three hours.
    Overnight at a camp. Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 07: Trek to Chalem Kharka (3600m / 11,811ft) 4 hours

    From Nashing Dingma it takes about one and a half hours to climb over Surke La then only another hour until lunch as there is no water available further along ridge. After lunch the trail follows Surkhe Danda ridge covered in bamboo and rhododendrons with beautiful views looking out to the hills east of the Hongu valley. There is a further two to three hours walking to reach Chalem Kharka, this campsite has a number of terraces cut out by Rai people from Bung village who own the land.
    Overnight at a camp. Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 08: Trek to Chunbu Kharka (4200m / 13,779ft) 7 hours 

    Today we retrace yesterday’s trail to the first pass at (4200m) taking two hours then carry on for a further hour and a half to the second pass at (4450m). It is a short descent taking twenty minutes to the stunning Panch Pokhari lakes where we usually eat our pack lunches while enjoying the view of this magnificent place. These lakes are considered to be holy by Hindus and each summer many pilgrims visit during their religious festivals. Look out for the numerous tridents left behind in this area, these symbolise the Hindu God Lord Shiva. From the lakes it takes a further thirty minutes to walk to our camp at Chunbu Kharka.
    Overnight at a camp. Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 09: Trek into the Hinku valley near Kote (3600m / 11,811ft) 6/7 hours

    There is a steep climb out of our camp to gain a ridge at (4400m) then from here the trail contours high above the Hinku river. Trekking poles are essential for today’s walk as the trail is steep in places and can be icy due to its northern aspect. After four hours walking we descend steeply through rhododendron forest finally get to our lunch place after another hour. Look out for the huge erosion scar in the valley above Hinku river. This was happened on September 3rd 1998 when a glacial lake called Sabai Tsho further up the valley above Tagnag breached its moraine dam producing a devastating Glacial Lake Outburst Flood (“GLOF”) that surged down the Hinku valley. After lunch there is a further two to three hours walking, we cross Hinku river on a bridge to reach Kothe where there are a number of lodges. We camp in a grassy area next to one of these lodges.
    Overnight at a camp. Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 10: Trek to Tagnag (4400m / 14,435ft) 4 hours

    Today it feels like you are entering into the high mountains of the Himalaya for the first time rather than seeing them from distance as on the trek so far. There are superb views of Kyashar (6769m) and Kusum Karguru (6367m). The walk is a steady and gradual climb up the valley, for the first section we walk near the river on a rocky trail then later on climb up to grassy yak pastures (kharka) above river level. It takes three hours to read our lunch place and then a further two hours to Tagnag. It is worth visiting the cave monastery reached an hour or so after lunch. Overnight at a camp. Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 11: Rest day at Tagnag for high acclimatization (optional day trip around)

    To aid our acclimatisation we spend two nights at Tagnag. In the morning we will organise a walk up the ridge behind Tagnag where there are superb views of Mera Peak, Kyashar and Kusum Kanguru. If continue to top of the ridge one can get to an altitude of (5100m), this walk takes three and half hours up and one and a half back to Tagnag.
    Overnight at a camp. Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 12: Trek to Khare (5000m / 16,404ft) 3 hours

    On leaving Tagnag we cross the boulders left behind when Sabai Tsho glacial lake burst in 1998 during GLOF. After about one hour walk from Tagnag, it is worth walking over to see Sabai Tsho as this is only a short detour from the main trail. It takes two and a half hours to walk to the grassy area at Dig Kharka then the trail climbs up a hill and takes a further hour to Khare. There are several lodges in Khare with good camping grounds. In the afternoon you can go for a walk up the moraine ridge above camp where there is a good view of our route to the summit of Mera Peak.
    Overnight at a camp. Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 13: Free day at Khare for climbing preparation

    To aid our acclimatisation we spend two nights at Khare. For those who would like to practice skills needed for glacial travel we will organise a session on the glacier above Khare. Alternatively, you can go for a day walk and explore the area to the north of camp towards Kangtega.
    Overnight at a camp. Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 14: Climb to Mera la (5300m / 17,388ft) 5 hours

    Leaving Khare we ascend a moraine ridge then followed by a scree slope to arrive at a small tea shop, this normally takes one and a half hours walking. It is a further half hour to reach the snout of the glacier where we gear up putting on crampons and harness. Once on the glacier there is a short climb on ice to reach the glacial plateau that can then be followed all the way to the Mera La. Once at the Mera La there is a short descent to the east side of the pass to get to the rocky tent platforms.
    Overnight at a camp. Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 15: Climb to High Camp (5800m / 19,028ft) 3/4 hours

    From our camp we ascend back to Mera La taking half an hour or so then our route turns left and following easy angled snow slopes. As you climb higher the Himalaya vista opens up, the first (8000m) peak seen is Mount Makalu to the east then a little higher you see Mount Everest and finally shortly before arriving to High Camp Mount Kanchenjunga. High Camp is located on a rocky outcrop at (5800m) and from here you can also see most of tomorrow’s route to the summit of Mera Peak.
    Overnight at a camp. Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 16:Climb to Mera Peak summit (6476m / 21246ft) and back to Khare 9/10 hours

    Today we have an early morning start normally around 3am walking in the dark using head torches to light the way, in November the first glow from sun appears at 5.15am and it is light by 6.15am. Of course it will be very cold so it is essential that you are fully kitted out for these conditions. We will rope together in groups of three to four climbers with a western guide or Sherpa on each rope. Shortly out of High Camp the route passes through an area with several crevasses then after an hour or so the trail turns to right and starts to steepen as we approach the summit. It normally takes between five and six hours to reach the summit from High Camp whereas the descent back down take two hours and then another two hours down to Khare. Overnight at a camp. Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 17: Spare summit or contingency day

    This spare day could be used for a second summit attempt if poor weather and conditions were experienced yesterday. This is also a buffer day in case of any other delays experienced along the way such as Lukla flight.
    Overnight at a camp. Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 18: Return trek to Kote (3600m / 11,811ft) 5/6 hours

    Today we retrace our route back to Kothe. It takes two hours to walk to Tagnag then a further two hours to lunch then afterwards it takes a further then two and half hours to Kothe.
    Overnight at a camp. Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 19: Trek to Thuli Kharka (4300m / 14,107ft) 6 hours

    Coming out of Kothe we follow Hinku river downstream for a while before ascending to our lunch place at Tattor. After lunch we climb through blue pine forest then rhododendron followed by a long undulating traverse to reach our camping place at Thuli Kharka.
    Overnight at a camp. Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 20: Trek to Lukla (2840m / 9317ft) 5 hours

    There is a steep ascent from Thuli Kharka to the first pass Zatra Og normally taking an hour and half followed by a traverse to the second pass Zatra La taking a further 45 minutes. The descent from Zatra La can be icy so depending on conditions you might have to use your crampons and ice axe and we might also fix rope to help secure your passage. Once we get to the tea shop the trail will be clear of snow and ice, from here we continue our descent for an hour or so until we reach the lunch place. After this we continue through forest and then cultivated farmland to reach Lukla.
    Overnight at a camp. Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 21: Fly to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel 45 minutes air journey

    If the weather is good in Lukla then we will get a early morning flight back to Kathmandu which takes 45 minutes and then we will be met at the airport and transferred to our hotel in Kathmandu where you can then spend the rest of the day doing what you please.
    Overnight at a hotel. Included Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 22: Time of your own at Kathmandu for relaxing, shopping, sightseeing and farewell dinner

    Today is your last day in Kathmandu and is an opportunity to do all the bits and pieces you thought of doing over the past few weeks including any last minute shopping, returning to places that you enjoyed or didn’t get a chance to visit before your trek. Either way, there will be a farewell dinner to celebrate the successful completion of our journey. Please do let us know if would like help organising anything for today.
    Overnight at a hotel. Included Meals: Breakfast and Farewell Dinner

  • Day 23: Transfer to airport for onward destination

    After a great breakfast at your hotel, you are free until it is time for us to transfer you to the airport in time for your fight home. We bid farewell for now and until next time!
    Accommodation: None. Included Meals: Breakfast

    Trip concludes

Equipment List

Correct Clothing & Equipment are essential for a safe and enjoyable trek. Experienced trekkers will often take only a selection of these items based on what has worked in the past. Please find the equipment list below for your personal use during your travel.

Climbing Gear List:

  • Alpine Climbing Harness: Alpine Climbing Harness should be light and simple in design, easy to put on and take off with gloves on, with positively foolproof locking features.
  • Crampons: Crampons must fit boots perfectly; steel crampons with anti-balling and ability to toe point positively and safely into ice.
  • Ice axe: Ice axe should be versatile light general purpose ice climbing axe not too aggressive.
  • Ascender: Ascender or Jamar, a mechanical device used for ascending on a rope; must be suitable to be used with gloves or mittens.
  • Multi-LED Head Lamp: Multi-LED Head Lamp and spare batteries are essential items, we do not recommend single bulb lights due to its low reliability and a single point of failure.
  • Karabiners: Minimum 2 locking carabineers, 1 large and 1 small and 4 regular.
  • Rappel device: Figure 8, ACT or similar; be familiar with Munter Hitch as it may safe your life if you loose your Rappel device and you will at some stage
  • Ski poles: Very handy for the approach; adjustable types are the best and are recommended type
  • Slings: One 3m (10ft) and three 2m (6ft).
  • Masks, hoses, and regulators: Good quality for your safety.
  • Altimeter :
  • Climbing helmet: Climbing helmet is essential safety gear for crossing areas under rocks and ice cliffs; light weight is an essential feature

Running Shoes: 1 pair for casual Comfortable support shoes wear on lighter walking days. Sandals or flip flops for camp.

Light Hiking Boots:
 1 pair of sturdy hiking boots in which you should wear a light synthetic sock under a warm heavy sock comfortably, either wool or synthetic. Sole should be flexible but still provide enough support for your feet. Boots should be very water repellent.

Hiking Gaiters:
 1 pair keeps rocks out of shoes and boots dry in case of precipitation. Optional if trekking pants are worn.

Wool Socks:
 3 pair heavyweight wool socks to be worn over the liner socks. When layering socks, check fit over feet and inside boots. Remember to keep one fresh, dry pair of socks available at all times. Socks with padded shins are especially nice with boots.

Liner Socks:
 3 pair of smooth thin wool, nylon or Capilene to be worn next to the skin. This reduces the incidence of blisters and hot-spots and makes the outer sock last longer before needing to be changed. They should fit well with your heavyweight socks.


Lightweight Long Underwear: 2 pair, tops and bottoms, Capilene, other synthetic or wool. No Cotton. Lightweight is preferable as it is more versatile (worn single in warmer conditions and double layer for colder). Zip-T-neck tops allow more ventilation options. One set of white for intense sunny days and one pair of dark for faster drying gives the most versatility.

Light Trekking Pants:
 Lightweight nylon pants designed to be used while trekking. They are extremely air permeable, dry quickly and provide sun protection. Zip-off lower leg sections are convenient for switching to shorts.

 Lightweight crew style T-shirt that wicks away moisture. Shirt can be made of any synthetic material.

Woolen or thick cotton long arm shirt – can double as a light jacket when required and also protects arms and neck because of the collar…good to wear in the evenings.

Thin woolen jumper / sweater can be reassuring and comfortable at nights in the lodges.

 Bring bandanas for face masks and other tasks.

Synthetic/Soft Shell Jacket:
 A full-zip version is easier to put on and has better ventilation than a pullover.

Insulted Down-Jacket:
 Down jacket need for this depends on the season and where you are going.

Hard Shell Jacket With Hood:
 We recommend a waterproof breathable shell material with full front zipper, underarm zips, and no insulation. This outer layer protects against wind and rain.

Hard Shall Pants:
 Waterproof, breathable. Any side zipper length is fine as long as you can get them over your boots.


Fleece/Soft Shell Gloves: 1 pair. A heavier fleece will do a better job of keeping hands warmer when wet than lighter polypropylene or Capilene.

Shell Gloves With Insulation:
 1 pair. Insulation does not need to be removable. A good quality ski glove is sufficient.


Headlamp With Spare Batteries: A good quality climber’s headlamp. For use at night, bring extra batteries and bulbs!

Sun Hat:
 The sun can be intense at high altitude. A hat with a good visor provides protection for the nose and eyes. Baseball hats work well. A Buff is recommended to reduce the amount of dust inhaled while trekking and reduces the chance of infection.

Neck Gaiter Or Buff:
 Buff is preferred for covering the face and preventing sickness.

Glacier Glasses:
 100% UV, IR, high quality optical lenses designed for mountain use, must have side covers, leashes, and a nose guard is particularly helpful. No more than 8% light transmission. If you wear contact lenses we recommend packing a spare pair of glasses—it is a good idea to have these with “photo-gray” or equivalent light-sensitive material so they can double as emergency sunglasses. If you wear glasses we recommend prescription glacier glasses (gray or amber). Talk to your eye care professional to find out where prescription glacier glasses are available. Regular sunglasses are not dark enough and do not provide any side protection from the sun.

Personal Equipment:

Sleeping Bag: Sleeping bag and liner – a 3 or 4 season bag is recommended, depending on your trek.

 A day pack big enough to carry water bottles, camera, lunch and extra clothing. 3, max

Adjustable 3 Section Trekking/Hiking Poles:

Water Treatment Tablets:
 Iodine or Chloride Dioxide tablets. A small bottle or multi pack is sufficient. Taste neutralizer tablets remove iodine taste. Chloride Dioxide formulas will not discolor water.

Water Bottles:
 2 Wide mouth bottles with minimum 1 Liter capacity per bottle. No water bag or bladder systems, they freeze or are hard to fill.

 SPF 30 or better, 2 small tubes. Make sure that the sun screen is not older than 6 months. Sunscreen older than six months loses half of its SPF rating.

Hand/Foot Warmers (Optional):
 Recommended if you easily get cold hands and feet 1-3 pairs.


Lip Screen: SPF 30 or better, at least 2 sticks. Not older than 6 months.

Large Duffle Bag With Travel Locks & Tags: 1 for transporting and storing gear. These bags are needed to transport your clothing. (Suitcases are not suitable).

Plastic Bags (5):
 For lining stuff sacks and pack to keep gear dry. Trash compactor bags work best.

Dry bags / waterproof rucksack covers to protect your belongings from rain and dust.

Travel Clothes:
 You will need street/casual clothing for air travel days and time spent in Kathmandu.

Other things you need:


  • Minimum cosmetics
  • Toothpaste, tooth brush & biodegradable soap – one for every need
  • Towel – (preferable thin & light)
  • Scarf
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Toilet paper / wet tissues
  • Lighter / matches
  • Skin moisturizer
  • Nail clippers
  • Small mirror
  • Deodorants

Pee bottle for men & pee funnel for women (Optional) 
but very useful.
Funnel For Women (Optional): Lightweight urinary director. (For minimal undressing for discreet use)

Others Practical Items:

  • Batteries / chargers
  • Light weight point & shoot camera with extra cards & batteries
  • Waste bag
  • Small folding pocket knife / Swiss knife
  • Small roll of repair tape, 1 sewing-repair kit
  • Small stainless steel thermos (Optional)
  • Ear Plug

Extras Luxuries:

  • Reading, guide book, Trail map, Journal pen & Notebook
  • iPod / Mp3 player (Optional)
  • Travel game i.e. chess, backgammon, scrabble, playing cards (to help you pass the time at tea houses & /or camps)
  • Binoculars (optional)
  • Voltage converter (from 220 to 110)
  • Plug adapter (2 round pegs to 2 flat pegs)
  • Lightweight pillow case (in case your tea houses provide you with pillows) or use your own stuff as a pillow
  • Alarm clock / watch
  • Compass or GPS (optional)
  • Modest swim suit for cities & hot spring
  • Bum bag / Rain Poncho (optional)

Eateries / Snacks:

  • Favorite snacks
  • Energy bars (chocolates)
  • Glucose tablets
  • Electrolytes or Oral Rehydration Solutions (ORS)

Important Documents & Items:

  • Valid passport & extra passport photos.
  • Separate photocopies of passport, visa form (easily obtained at Kathmandu airport), proof of insurance.
  • Airline ticket (Please make a copy & leave on at our office in KTM just in case if you need to change the date of your).
  • Dollars, pounds or Euros in cash for purchasing Nepalese visa at Kathmandu airport, for paying for restaurants & hotels, for gratuities, snacks & to purchase your own drinks & gifts.
  • Credit cards, Bank/ATM/Cash machine cards for withdrawing funds from cash machines (bring a photocopy of your cards), traveler’s checks, etc.
  • Durable wallet / pouch for travel documents, money & passport.


Personal First Aid Kit (small and simple): Aspirin, Moleskin, Adhesive tape, Band-Aids.

 These days most of these items can be purchased in Kathmandu. There are now several leading brand stores selling their own equipment and there are many stores selling cheap imitations and some well established local stores selling under their own labels. Please ask us if you’d like some advice about where to go to get any gear. If you need to do any shopping for gear, please let us know with enough time to do this before leaving for trek!

What to take with you in your day pack:

Please carry the following in your day pack, as a minimum:

  • 2 liters of water (please make sure your water bottles will take boiling/hot water)
  • sunscreen, sun glasses, sun hat, lip balm, dust mask / scarf / ‘buff’ to help on dusty trails
  • warm fleece or thermal layer & gloves
  • water proof layer
  • head torch
  • hand cleaner
  • your camera
  • any money you want for snacks/drinks along the trail
  • Critical– take any personal medications you require during the day – you will not see your kit bag until evening.

The rest you can put into your kit bag which will be carried by the porters, whom you won’t see until camp in the evening. It’s a great idea to use dry bags (ie airtight/waterproof) in your kit bag to store your dry clothes in to keep them DRY in case it rains and one to put your dirty laundry in (to keep from making everything else in your bag smell bad!). These dry bags are readily available in Kathmandu.

What about gear I want to leave in Kathmandu?
Before departure for your trek you might pack your ‘town clothes’ and anything you don’t want on trek with you and ask your hotel (if you come back to the same hotel) or your guide to store it for you. If you want to do this, then consider bringing or buying a simple bag here for this purpose.

Your Price Includes:

  • All transfers & ground transportation as per the itinerary which includes airport pickups & drops in a private vehicles
  • Twin share tourist standard accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast as per the itinerary
  • Guided city tour in Kathmandu with entrance fees by private vehicles
  • Kathmandu – Phaplu & Lukla – Kathmandu round trip domestic airfare as per the itinerary with necessary luggage charge & tax
  • All meals during lodge trek (Breakfasts, Lunch, Dinner & different soups) with tea & coffee as per menu
  • Full board hot meals during Mera Peak Climbing which prepare by best cook
  • Best available tea house & tented accommodation while on trek & climbing session (1 room/tent for 2 trekkers)
  • Your trekking guide, climbing Sherpa for Mera Peak Climbing, cook & supporting staffs as per requirement for the climbing section
  • Cost includes all supporting staff’s transport, equipment, insurance, meals, daily salary & accommodation
  • All camping arrangements during Mera Peak Climbing such as tents, kitchen equipment & sleeping pad
  • Strong supporting porters to carry your luggage during trek (1 porter for 2 trekkers & weight limit 15 kg)
  • All necessary paperwork, trekking & climbing permits
  • All government taxes/vat, official service charges & expenses etc.
  • Travel & emergency rescue arrangements

Your Price Does Not Include:

  • International airfare to/from Kathmandu & Nepal entry visa fees
  • Comprehensive travel insurance that includes trip cancellation & rescue evacuation should this be required for any reason (we require this as the minimum insurance cover)
  • Personal expenses (e.g. mineral water, soft drinks, bar bills, can items & extra snacks etc).
  • Day & evening meals during stay in Kathmandu (also in the case of earlier return from the trek than the scheduled itinerary)
  • Any personal gear or equipment that you may need to buy/rent
  • Any extra charge that tea house owner may levy for internet, hot shower, laundry (if these facilities are available) & charging of batteries
  • Entrance & monument fees in the historical site including photography, postage & donation etc.
  • Additional nights, optional trips & sightseeing tours outside the mention itinerary
  • If any emergency rescue service or evacuation cost
  • Tips for your trekking crew, city guide, drivers & hotel restaurants etc. (Tipping is expected)
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Trip Profile

  • Total Duration: 22 Nights & 23 Days
  • High Altitude Gain: At Mera Peak Summit (6461m / 21,197ft)
  • Trip Grade: Moderate to Adventurous
  • Mode of Trip : Tea house + camping
  • Activities: Trekking & climbing
  • Journey Start-Ends: Kathmandu, capital of Nepal
  • Group Size: Any number
  • Meals: Breakfast in Kathmandu & all meals on trek
  • Accommodation: Hotels & tea house with camping on climb
  • Transportation: Comfortable private vehicles & domestic flight
  • Suggested Best Seasons: Nearly all year except the monsoon months from June to beginning of September

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