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Mera Peak Climbing – 19 Days

Trip Overview

Mera Peak Climbing 19 days (6,461m/21,190 ft) is extensively an exciting, daring and greatly dazzling peak getting familiar among trekkers and climbers around the globe and it is popular as the most astounding and highest trekking peak in Khumbu (Everest) region of Nepal.
A successful attempt to scale Mera is one of the best accomplishments in the life of the fearless trekkers. The horizontal visual  you put not too far off from the summit of the Mera Peak gives you a chance to witness the mighty and unbelievable decoration of the world's 8000 meter Mountains including Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Lhotse, Cho-Oyu and numerous other opposed peaks. Mera Peak develops with 40-45 minute trip to the mountain airstrip of Lukla (a standout amongst the most hazardous airstrips on the planet). We at that point stroll in through the woodland of rhododendron, pine and bamboo, taking a more drawn out, less trodden trail that continuously goes through the excellent scene of the up till the Mera Peak.

Outline Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival day in Kathmandu (1,300 m)

Day 2: Kathmandu Sightseeing and briefing day

Day 3: Flight from Kathmandu (1,300) to Lukla (2,642 m) and trek to Paiya (2,730 m)

Day 4: Trek from Paiya (2,730 m) to Pangkoma (2,850 m)

Day 5: Trek from Pangkoma (2,850 m) to Nigmsa (2,745 m)

Day 6: Trek from Nigmsa (2,745 m) to Chetra River (3,150 m)

Day 7: Trek from Chetra River (3,150 m) to Kothe (3,600 m)

Day 8: Trek from Kothe (3,600 m) to Tangnang (4,350 m)

Day 9: Trek from Tangnang (4,350 m): (Acclimatization day)

Day 10: Trek from Tangnang (4,350 m) to Khare (5045 m)

Day 11: Trek from Khare (5045 m) to lower base camp (5,300 m)

Day 12: Trek from lower base camp (5,300 m) to higher base camp (5,780 m)

Day 13: Trek from higher base camp (5,780 m) to Summit (6,461 m) and back to Khare (5,045 m)

Day 14: Reserve day

Day 15: Trek from Khare (5,045 m) to Kothe (3,600 m)

Day 16: Trek from Kothe (3,600 m) to Thuli Kharka (3,100 m)

Day 17: Trek from Thuli Kharka (3,100 m) to Lukla (2,642 m)

Day 18: Fly from Lukla (2,642 m) to Kathmandu (1,300 m)

Day 19: Departure day

Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival day in Kathmandu (1,300 m)

On first day of trek, we send our association front men to get you at Tribhuwan International Airport highlighting your arrival hour. You will be generously welcomed and moved towards traveler standard lodging by our private vehicle. We likewise get ready for meeting at our office for discussion with respect to our trek.

Day 2: Kathmandu Sightseeing and briefing day

On second day completing our morning breakfast, we proceed onward to sightsee some ancient and historical spots including Pashupatinath temple, Boudhanath stupa and Swyambhunath stupa (monkey temple) which are recorded on series of UNESCO World Heritage Site. Steadily investigating these locations, we return back for concluding our trekking supplies, which are required during our upcoming trek and this night we be spent at same inn in Kathmandu.

Day 3: Flight from Kathmandu (1,300) to Lukla (2,642 m) and trek to Paiya (2,730 m)

On third day after attending breakfast, we will be shifted to Tribhuwan International Airport by our private vehicle to board up Himalayan grand flight towards Lukla (gateway of Khumbu/Everest region). On reaching Lukla, we introduce with crew members and begin our easy and effortless downward trek through traditional settlements and pleasing forest to reach Paiya (rewards spectacular views of multiple peaks).Tonight's  will be exhausted in a tented camp at Paiya.

Day 4: Trek from Paiya (2,730 m) to Pangkoma (2,850 m)

Today after having breakfast at Paiya, we instantly stroll down to the wooden bridge that proceeds on a tricky trail up to Kari La Pass. Subsequently by following the pass along the narrow mountain trail covered by the lush forest of rhododendron and the delightful mountain perspectives of the mountain takes us to the village of Pangkoma. Finally, after steeping Pangkoma night will be spent at a lodge in Pangkoma.

Day 5: Trek from Pangkoma (2,850 m) to Nigmsa (2,745 m)

Attending marvelous breakfast with morning wake, subsequently we pursue the rough trail which undertakes us to the forest entirely paved with rhododendron along proceeding walk ahead through the slopes and edges encountering the south face of Mera Peak steadily lead us to the beautiful and unique village en route. After that point, strolling downward through zigzag trail covered with woodland of pine and rhododendron offers Nigmsa. This night will be spent differently in a risen and tented camp at Nigmsa.

Day 6: Trek from Nigmsa (2,745 m) to Chetra River (3,150 m)

Leaving Nigmsa, further developed trail gets steep and narrow as we go through the regular mountain trail. Ahead the trail rises more competitive comparing to before soon after the entrance to forest segment and the fallen land territory to get to the accessible stream in front. As we achieve the stream, we walk straight ahead through the rhododendron forest where fortunate ones can experience multiple rare wild creatures. Therefore, walking down to the unique stone cave created by the waterway advances a way till Chetra River. As previous day, this night will be spent in a tented camp at Chetrakhola.

Day 7: Trek from Chetra River (3,150 m) to Kothe (3,600 m)

Today proceeded walk encounters a standout spot amongst multiple vantage point of the Hinku Valley that presents us the glory of the compelling force of nature. Initially, we march ahead through narrow trail covered with forest of pine and bamboo that safes wild creature including sloth bear and jungle cat. In the wake of passing Tashing Dingma, we stop for lunch at one of the teahouses on the course and afterward proceed with the edge of the waterway as far as possible up to Kothe. The night will be spent at a hotel in Kothe.

Day 8: Trek from Kothe (3,600 m) to Tangnang (4,350 m)

Steadily leaving Kothe, the climb progressively along the edge of the Hinku River leads to Gondishung for having lunch. We at that point visit a 200 year-old Lungsumgba Gompa, which is en route to Tangnang. We invest a few hours investigating the monastery there. A short stroll from the examined monastery will take us to Tangnang. Finally remaining hours will be utilized to explore landscape views and don’t forget this destination is the superb destination for exploring views of multiple towering peaks including Mera peak too. This night will be spent at lodge in Tangnang.

Day 9: Trek from Tangnang (4,350 m) Acclimatization day

This day is moreover secluded as acclimatization day by centering that we are as of now above elevation of 4,000 m from sea level. In any case, we do exclude extra activities so we timetable to develop short walk to the Charpate Himalayan Glacier. Really, the view that you glance of Mera Peak and Glacier after steeping top creates your moment stunning and memorable. After enjoying some hour at the point, retracing the same earlier developed walk we hike down to the Tangnang and spent night is the same lodge.

Day 10: Trek from Tangnang (4,350 m) to Khare (5045 m)

After full day acclimatization, we presently head towards east following the sidelong moraine of the Dig Glacier to a field called Dig Kharka. The tough trail at that point goes through the sidelong moraine up to the nose of both Hinku Nup and Shar Glacier. From here onwards, we take after a significantly extreme trail until the point when we achieve the campground at Khare. Finally after reaching Khare, the campground display the life-changing perspectives of the snow-topped mountains along the tent will be raised at that spot for spending night.

Day 11: Trek from Khare (5045 m) to lower base camp (5,300 m)

Today leaving Khare, we walk forward after Mera Glacier up to the Mera La Pass. It’s an energizing ascend and the great view from the pass is just fulfilling. We face a short descent to set up our camp. After achieving lower base camp, we have our lunch and set off to go to the ice climbing preparing gave by the climbing guide. After the preparation, we invest whatever is left of the energy unwinding and setting up the muscle for the following day's walk. Finally, night will be spent in a risen camp at the lower base camp of Mera peak.

Day 12: Trek from lower base camp (5,300 m) to higher base camp (5,780 m)

Splitting the lower Base Camp of the Mera Peak, we proceed by ascending towards the north face of Mera peak to a spectacular porch settled just beneath the cairn to set up the high camp before encountering the summit. The trail is shake strewn for few ahead, which establishes somewhat unsafe and bit risky in case of recent snowfall. Subsequently setting up the tent at the high camp, we spend whatever remains of the day getting a charge out of the dusk see and the perspective of peaks from the high camp. This night will be spent in a tented camp at the high base camp of Mera Peak.

Day 13: Trek from higher base camp (5,780 m) to Summit (6,461 m) and back to Khare (5,045 m)

Thirteenth day is the most awaited day of the entire trip. We wake early around 2:30 am to have our breakfast after that, preparing crampons and entire gears we start developing elevation climbing the peak. After around 4-5 hour, we achieve the highest point of the peak that welcomes us a fabulous 360° perspective of the absolute most famous peaks transcending above 6,000 meters. We invest some moment on capturing snaps and descend down to the high camp for lunch along walk slides down till Khare. Overnight will be spent in a tented camp at Khare.

Day 14: Reserve day

Climate in the Himalayas is really uncertain. In some cases because of horrible climate condition, we won't have the capacity to summit the peak according to the arranged day. The terrible climate, as well as the health state of the group may remain as an obstruction to achieve the summit on the arranged date as we have to defer the rise. Consequently, this is extra days is included the agenda, if on the off chance that we can't summit the peak according to the schedule. In the case of everything goes well, this day can be cut off from the itinerary.

Day 15: Trek from Khare (5,045 m) to Kothe (3,600 m)

After breakfast, we retrace the same earlier developed walking way before until the point when we achieve Kothe. Once again we get an opportunity to appreciate the perspectives of the valley, icy mass, rough way, field, and the midyear settlement en route before achieving Kothe. Finally after achieving Kothe, we praise our achievement/accomplishment by getting a charge out of the neighborhood wine and nourishment. Overnight will be spent at a lodge in Kothe.

Day 16: Trek from Kothe (3,600 m) to Thuli Kharka (3,100 m)

Triggering the brutal and rough territory, we presently march towards the rich rhododendron, bamboo and pine forest towards the Thuli Kharka. These vegetations and the sound of tweeting winged fauna make the walk agreeable. From Kothe following the Hinku River edge, we trek down till Tashing Ongma and after that leaving the waterway edge we enter the forested areas and proceed until the point that we come to the Thuli Kharka. Tonight's accommodation and dinner will be hosted at Thuli Kharka.

Day 17: Trek from Thuli Kharka (3,100 m) to Lukla (2,642 m)

Around couple hours upward stroll from Thuli Kharka will take us to Zatrwa La Pass. As we navigate the pass leaving the Makalu Barun National Park behind, we are invited with a fabulous perspective of Lukla Valley and some well known peaks of the Khumbu area. We at that point walk the distance down to Chutanga after which, a simple and clear walk takes us to the town of Lukla. This is our last day throughout Khumbu domain so consequently, we invest some time for enjoying with the crew members. Finally, night will be spent at a hotel in Lukla.

Day 18: Fly from Lukla (2,642 m) to Kathmandu (1,300 m)

Last moment on Khumbu region, we enjoy delicious breakfast and march forward towards Tenzing Hillary airport to board a morning scenic flight over towering Himalayas to Kathmandu. Guide takes care for all of the airport formalities and considerations along porters will be there to shift your bag and luggage to airport. After 30 to 35 minute of flight, we reach Kathmandu along private vehicle will be awaiting you to transfer there towards fine hotel. Tonight we host a farewell dinner in one of the famous Nepalese restaurant in Kathmandu.

Day 19: Departure day

Last day of trek managing short time, you can move on forward for shopping to collect souvenir for your friends and family members. We help you for your necessary arrangements and pack ups along our private vehicle escorts you to the airport focusing departure schedule. Well wishers and representatives of our company will be there to wish for your safe journey.

Equipment List

  • Warm Clothes, windproof jackets, thermal wear, warm socks, scarf and woolen cap.
  • Proper hiking boots, running comfortable shoes and a pair of flip-flops.
  • T-shirts and hiking shorts
  • Backpack and backpack cover (against rain and dust)
  • Head torch, or small torch, plus spare batteries.
  • A small light weight and quick drying towel.
  • Water bottle and water purification tables
  • Water purification tables or a water filter
  • Sleeping bag and silk liner
  • Some Diamox pills against potential altitude sickness (if going beyond 4,000 m elevations)

Useful Info

Visa Information

All visitors are required to arrange a visa in order to enter Nepal. A Nepalese visa can be easily obtained upon arrival on arrival in Kathmandu at the airport or Nepalese embassy abroad. But nationals from Afghanistan, Iraq, Cameroon, Ghana, Somalia, Swaziland, Palestine, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Ethiopia and Liberia cannot secure the Nepalese Visa upon arrival. The Visa can also be secured at entry point at Nepalese borders. A valid passport for at least six months, recent digital photo (size: 1.5" x 1.5") will be required and you can obtain visas for Nepal from the Nepalese Consulate in your country or up on arrival in Kathmandu Airport. Nepalese visas cost USD 25 for 15 days and USD 40 for 30 days till date.

Official Papers

Some of the required official documents are your valid passport, 4 extra passport sized photographs (for trekking permits), travel insurance, airline tickets and luggage tags. Visas can be obtained upon entry into Nepal.

Weather Information

Weather in the mountains is pretty difficult to predict.  Nights are generally cooler and days are warm.  Months of winter (January and February) are bit colder but the days can be quite beautiful and warm if the sun is out. It snows during the month of January, February and December in Himalayan areas.

Best time to travel

Nepal offers diversified geographical regions and so as the climatic condition differs from the Himalayas to the plains. The climate varies as per the season. Nepal generally offers 4 seasons amongst which autumn and spring are the two most favorable ones for visiting Nepal. It is always wise to know about the weather and climatic condition of the place you visit. The best time to travel really depends on your destination, activities and season of travel. Our destination specialists will recommend certain travel times after learning more about your preferences. The favorable months for trekking and climbing are usually September – November, and February – April. The monsoon season is June – August.

Physical Fitness

Even though the physical fitness plays an important role in trekking you don’t have to be super athletes or a marathon runner to trek in Nepal.  Many people of good fitness for their age can complete the trek. You can prepare yourself before hand by doing some yoga which will prepare you in your breathing as you will be going to the higher altitude. Running or hiking to hills, going for a long walk will also help you. And if you live in urban area running in the stairs of a tall building will also work better in keeping you fit for trekking. All though these preparations aren’t strictly compulsory, you can do well even when the preparations you do aren’t rigorous like that of some ultra-athletic person. Do these things in moderate pace for two months or even less.  And you are set to complete any trekking to Nepal.

Travel Insurance

Doing the insurance while trekking is Nepal is not compulsory but will surely help you a lot if you do one, as it covers any comprehensive expenses possible to acquire due to medical issues or accidents. Your travel insurance must protect air ambulance, treatment charge, rescue and evacuation, product cancellation and refundable charges, flight delay and cancellations. We suggest you to bring you travel insurance certificate or send us scan copy and it must be issued from your home land. We do not arrange or sell insurance so you can find your local travel insurance for this.

Vaccination for Nepal

All travelers should consult with their physician or update on vaccination requirements before travel. (Your doctor or health-care provider will determine what you will need, depending on factors such as your health and immunization history, areas of the country you will be visiting, and planned activities) For traveling to Nepal; we recommend you to take a vaccination of Polio, Tetanus, Typhoid, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Rabies etc, it is not really must but recommended.

Booking Process

While you chose which trip you wanted to go with, contact us to our head office Thamel Marg, Kathmandu Nepal by email or phone, email is more easy and clear options, as soon as we get your email or call we will process for your booking. We need 20% booking amount to confirm your booking, the payment can be made through the Bank transfer, Credit card payment (Master/Visa card) or through online money transfers also Money Gram, Western Unions or others. After we get the 20% amount we will confirm your booking and you will get the official booking and payment receipt. The final balance for the tour will be paid upon arrival in Kathmandu.

Safety Guidelines

  • Do proper research about the company that you are planning to trek with and make sure they are legally registered travel agency.
  • You should be well acquainted about the travel health and travel insurance before travelling.
  • Have idea about the climate, geography, temperature and environment of Nepal before starting your trip.
  • Using credit cards instead of cash is a wiser idea.
  • Majority of the Nepalese people are nicer but there are few scammers you will come meet on your way and need to avoid them, for example ‘holy men’ who will try to plant a tika (a red paste denoting a blessing) on your forehead demanding a payment for it on streets.
  • Be careful while buying the medicinal herbs as some may be illegal for you t take home and also be aware of duplicate products.
  • Never get yourself involve in doing drugs, trafficking and sexual relations with children as there is a strict rules for these cases and might get yourself into a big problem.
  • Take copies of your passport, visa, air ticket and trekking permits and keep them separately from the originals.
  • Prepare yourself for altitude sickness and be familiar with its symptoms so that you can follow the guidelines for safe acclimatization.

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Duration 19 Days
Transportation Flight, Tourist bus or Private vehicle
Group Size 2+
Difficulty Challanging, Strenuous
Max Elevation 6,476 m
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