Nepal Base Camp Treks (P) Ltd GOVT. Lic No: 124861 / 071 / 072, Pan No: 602399393
  • Destination
    Nepal
  • Region
    Everest
  • Trip Grade
    Strenuous/Expedition
  • Mode of Trip: Tea House/Camping
  • Highest elevation: 6476m.
  • Mode of Transport:Both way Domestic Flight
  • Best Time: September to November March to May
  • Group Size: 02 Trekkers
  • Start/End Point: Lukla to Lukla

Mera Peak Climbing is one of the most comfortable and quickest mountains for peak climbing. It is at an elevation of 6476m from sea level. This climbing is one of the highest climbing peaks in the world which is a great introduction to the climbing experience. This peak climbing is a favorite of many climbers who come to Nepal. It is the perfect acclimatization peak if you are planning on Mount Everest. It is a challenging trekking peak due to elevation but technically only requires basic mountaineering skills. And these expeditions climb Mera peak suit all fit and experienced trekkers who dare to dream to summit this peak climbing.

Mera Peak Climbing is considered the best mountain to start the climbing journey which is taken as the ground to prepare you before climbing Mt Everest. Trekkers get to be more familiarized with the route because this route is comparatively longer. While trekking to this peak climbing leads to a real mountaineering experience. This peak climbing is a great introduction to the mountain climbing experience which requires basic mountaineering skills. The challenging level is less challenging than the island peak. It is located in the northeast region of the Himalayas of Nepal. Which gives an opportunity to get the high-altitude experience in a relatively shorter time.

Lodge Accommodation Camping

Before and after the climb of Mera Peak where you will get comfortable lodges run by local families. Accommodation in the mountain area is very simple in a tea house. A single private room will be provided during the trek without extra cost for solo trekkers. The tea-house and lodge of this route make the journey an even more classical experience. Where you will get to spend the night and for finding the hotels in the high Himalayan land.

The accommodation cost is higher so the Mera peak climbing cost becomes higher. So tented camping with the basic accommodation and food and services will be provided. In the higher altitude like in the high camp and base camp, you have to spend overnight in a tent. We will ensure and accommodate you to the best available tea-house with a great view of the mountain and sceneries. The tea-house only provide two single bed, mattress, pillow, and sheet. This is why you must carry an extra sleeping bag with you because most of the time weather will change. There are two nights must stay at Mera La Base Camp and High Camp in Tent. The high camp is over 5800m from sea level.

Mera Peak Climbing Permit  

The permit required depends on the trekking destination and to climb Mera peak. You need two or more two trekking permits depending upon the route you choose. Of 15 restricted areas of Nepal, Mera Peak Climbing is one of them. Mera peak is also one of the restricted areas where you have to take special trekking before entering the route. It is a great experience to climb one of the highest peaks climbing of Nepal. Where you will have a great introduction to mountain climbing experience.

According to season, the cost of the permit is also become different to get the permit. You need to book this climb with a registered agent to get the climbing permit. For a trekking permit, you need to show the photocopy of your passport and two passport-sized photos. It easily gets into Nepal Tourism Board in Kathmandu valley. The costs of the permit are different; you have to pay Rs2000 for a local permit and Rs3000 for Sagarmatha national park and for a special trekking permit you have to pay according to the season whereas in spring per person you have to pay USD250, in winter USD70, in autumn USD125, and in summer USD70 per person.

How Difficulty is Mera Peak Climbing?

Mera peak climbing is the highest permitted trekking peak in Nepal which is at the height of 6461m above the sea level. This is a great introduction to high altitude climb before going for the mountain expedition and it is not as difficult as other mountain expeditions. The peak has gained high popularity among movie and experienced climbers as you can see Mt Everest. This is among the easier climbing peak than others and trekking and climbing cause difficulties and hurdles. To cover such a long distance on such a difficult trail is definitely a stress-free task and the distance of one of the difficulties for this peak climbing. There are different types of trekking grading from easy, medium, challenging, and demanding, and this peak climbing is not difficult to climb compared to other peaks. The majority of the climb involves walking in the glacier at a relatively fair degree of steepness and there are several issues that make the difficult at the same point.

Altitude sickness

Altitude sickness is one of the major problems while trekking on this route but there are certain measures that can be applied while trekking at a high altitude. The main cause of altitude sickness is going too high too quickly where your body will adapt to a decrease in oxygen at a specific altitude. If you want to complete or you want to avoid altitude sickness then you must stop drinking alcohol at the high altitude, and drink ginger tea and garlic soup. While doing trekking if you feel like vomiting, headache, or have difficulty breathing then immediately tell your guide because altitude sickness is very much dangerous and it is the major problem while peak climbing.

Details Itinerary of Mera Peak Climbing

Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu -1360M

You arrive in Kathmandu and our representative will be on standby with our office vehicle to transfer you to your hotel. A pre-trek briefing will be scheduled to discuss the trekking program and co-ordinate any last-minute arrangements. You can refresh your self, go for a walk down the street to get familiar with your surroundings before preparing for a tasty dinner of a local Nepalese cuisine which you will truly enjoy accompanied by a cultural dance performed by the local belles. Your first overnight in the city of temples, probably the most in the world
Meals included: 1 welcome dinner

Day 02: Kathmandu Cultural Tour or Equipment prepartion day

Today we explore Kathmandu on an organized sightseeing tour. This will include a visit to the Boudhanath Stupa, one of the biggest Buddhist shrines in the world. We also visit Pashupatinath, located on the banks of the holy Bagmati River and home to the most famous Hindu temple in the country. Here we will see Hindu holy men (sadhus) and pilgrims performing ritual bathing, and occasionally, funeral pyres burning on the ghats. The cremation site here is used by the royal family and also for the simple man living next door. Your early afternoon will be free to relax in the hotel garden or visit Thamel for some curious shopping. You will be supplied with your trek departure information in the afternoon.
Meals included: 1 breakfast

Day 03: Kathmandu – Lukla – Chhutanga, 3450m

After an early breakfast today, we’ll transfer to the domestic airport to catch the short 35-minute flight to the mountain airstrip at Lukla. Reaching Lukla we’ll begin our trek following the trail through rhododendron and pine forest to Chhutanga, a walk of around 5-6 hours and we’ll rest and relax hereabouts tonight.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, and 1 dinner with tea/coffee

Day 04: Chhutanga – Chhitrala – 4100m

Today we trek through an almost desert-like area to reach Chhitrala, a scenic journey of around 56 hours. At Chhitrala we’ll be able to see the Khumbu valley and Mt. Makalu upfront as we relax for the evening with a copper coffee at our camp.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, and 1 dinner with tea/coffee

Day 05: Chhitrala – Tashing Dingma – 4000m

After breakfast today our trail continues with a number of steep ascents and descents and we cross a number of ridges before reaching Tashing Dingma. The walk will take us around 5-6 hours through lush forest and shrubland with a good chance of seeing Langur monkeys along the route. We rest overnight at Tashing Dingma.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, and 1 dinner with tea/coffee

Day 06: Tashing Dingma – Thaknak – 4350m

Today the trail continues with a number of steep ups and downs through beautiful scenic landscapes that tell us why this trip is so gritty. After our 5-6 hours walk, we arrive at a small herder’s village of Thaknak where we camp out for tonight.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, and 1 dinner with tea/coffee

Day 07: Thaknak – Khare, 5000m

Today we trek towards Khare, also known as the Base Camp of Mera peak. It’s a good trail that descends and ascends gradually before crossing the river and climbing again to reach Khare, with around 5 hours walking.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, and 1 dinner with tea/coffee

Day 08: we haul up for acclimatization in Khare

The camping experience at Khare is something that we’d cherish throughout our life. It is a pleasure to view the beautiful North face of Mera Peak from our campsite at Khare. Today is a full day to rest and acclimatize at Khare with a chance to explore the local surroundings or simply to relax at camp and prepare for our ascent tomorrow and enjoy the wonderful views. This is just the place to haul up for the night.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, and 1 dinner with tea/coffee

Day 09: Khare – Mera La, 5400m

After breakfast we’ll leave base camp and follow the trail as it climbs for 1-2 hours to the top of the moraine above Khare before continuing the climb up a rough slope to the area just below the lower reach of the Mera glacier.

From here we’ll cross over and climb to the right of the glacier. We will need crampons for the short climb to reach the plateau of the Mera La. Across the plateau it’s about 1-2 hours to the pass from where we will be able to enjoy stunning mountain views and tonight we’ll rest here at our camp just below the pass.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, and 1 dinner with tea/coffee

Day 10:  Mera la Advance Base Camp – 5800m, 5-6 hours trekking.

Today we head for the advance base camp where we’ll rest for the night. It’s a steep ascent of around 5-6 hours with wonderful views of five of the world’s highest peaks of Everest, Makalu, Lhotse and Cho Oyu and in the distance stands Kangchenjunga; we bunk out here in this amazing Himalayan location.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, and 1 dinner with tea/coffee

Day 11: Advance Base Camp – Summit Mera peak – 6654m, Rato Odar – 5100m

Today we’ll make a beeline to summit Mera Peak, a climb of around 4-5 hours ending with a wonderful sense of achievement and excellent views that stop the breath. It’s a very early start today, around 3.00 am so we can start climbing during the best part of the day. After a quick breakfast, it’s time to put on crampons and rope up before we set out for the summit. We’ll climb a number of easy slopes before reaching the central summit and from here we’ll use a fixed rope for the last very steep part of the climb. After enjoying the views of some of the highest peaks in the world from the summit we’ll make our descent to Rato Odar, which means ‘red cave’’ and this is where we’ll camp and rest for the overnight & reminisce on one of the most awesome experiences we will have experienced in a lifetime.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, and 1 dinner with tea/coffee

Day 12: Reserve Day for any unforeseen circumstances

There are no sureties that we could experience good weather on our planned day for the summit (day 13), so this day is used as a contingency in case we are unable to summit the Mera on day 13 due to bad weather conditions or some unpredictable conditions related to the environment. If the weather gets exceptionally unfavorable we must have patience & wisely postpone the program of summiting the peak on day 13 for today (Day 14). Sometimes some member in the group may develop problems in acclimatizing well enough to make the ascent; the day can be used in such conditions too. If the trip goes smoothly, we do not need this spare day anyways.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, and 1 dinner with tea/coffee

Day 13: Khare to Kothe [3600m/11808ft]: 4-5 hrs

After our enormous success of the expedition to Mt. Mera we descend to Hinku valley to Kothe for our overnight stop at camp. Leaving behind the outstanding Himalayan background, we arrive at Kothe. This will be the night of all nights as we enjoy with local wines and delicious foods and relax at the camp for our overnight as we chat late into the night about a fantastic experience that could have happened for the first time in our lives.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, and 1 dinner with tea/coffee

Day 14: Kothe to Thuli Kharka – 5-6 hrs

Today, we again climb up about two hours through forest with dense foliage on the west side of the Hinku Valley to Thuli Kharka. It’s nice walk through the red Rhododendron forest through the beaten trails of the Himalayas of Nepal. We observe the wide range of Mera peaks, Mera North, Mera Central, and Mera South from Thuli Kharka. Overnight in Thuli Kharka for a good sleep

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, and 1 dinner with tea/coffee

Day 15: Thuli Kharka to Lukla: 6-7 hrs

Two hours up from Thuli Kharka we walk to reach Zatrwa La pass. After crossing the pass we see beautiful views of Lukla valley. Cho yu, Kongde peak, Numbur Himal, Kusum Kangaru are some of the peaks we view among so many others. From Zatrwa La we walk all the way down to Chutanga and then straight forward it’s an easy walk that takes us to Lukla village where we conclude the trek and this evening we enjoy the last dinner on the mountains with our crew. Overnight in teahouse

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, and 1 dinner with tea/coffee

Day 16 Fly back to Kathmandu

The flight time to Kathmandu is scheduled in the morning normally because Lukla suffers a lot of high winds in the afternoon. We fly back to Kathmandu after our long mountain journey. The early morning flight drops us at Kathmandu. We can rest and relax throughout the day in our hotel; or we could hit the streets of thamel for some last minute shopping of some Nepalese souvenirs for friends and relatives, we can visit some nearby shops. If you want to explore any other areas of Kathmandu take the time to do that today! Remember, Nepal Base Camp Treks will host a superb celebration dinner tonight on the occasion of successfully completing your trip!! Overnight in Kathmandu

Meals included: 01 breakfast

Day 17 Final Departure for home

Today is free to relax and do your own things; perhaps some last minute shopping or pen a few post cards to the loved ones at home, until your departure or to commence any additional trips or activities you may have booked. If you are departing, you’ll be transferred to the international airport in time for your return flight home. Meeting you has been a wonderful experience that Nepal Base Camp Treks will cherish for a long, long time; & on your way home, you’ll be thinking of a trip that will linger in your memories for a whole lifetime which we are sure will become fireside stories to be told to your loved ones on a cold winter night for the generations to come. Sayonara friends, till we meet again one day…

Cost Details

Cost Includes

  • Airport pickups and drops in a private vehicle
  • Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast
  • Tea house accommodation during trek
  • All meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek
  • All ground transportation (Kathmandu-Manthali-Kathmandu)
  • Domestic flights (Kathmandu- Lukla via Manthali Ramechhap Airport-Kathmandu)
  • An experienced, English-speaking and government-licensed trek leader and assistant trek guide (6 trekkers: 1 assistant guide)
  • Porter service (2 trekkers: 1 porter)
  • Staff costs including their salary, insurance, equipment, domestic airfare, food, and accommodation
  • Down filled jacket and sleeping bag (to be returned after trip completion)
  • Trekking bag/duffel bag, trekking pole and trekking map are yours to take
  • All necessary paperwork and trekking permits (National Park Permit, TIMS)
  • Medical kit (carried by your trek leader)
  • All government and local taxes
  • Accommodations

We will be staying at Hotel International Guest House, a 3-star hotel in Kathmandu; and teahouses during the trek. All accommodations are on twin-shared basis during the trek. Twin sharing or Single supplement will be served in Kathmandu.

Nepal Base Camp Treks will arrange rooms with attached washrooms; however, teahouses in some places only have shared washing and toilet facilities. Also, note that single rooms are readily available in Kathmandu and the trekking regions at a lower elevation but it might be difficult to find them at higher elevations.

The Map of Mera Peak Climbing

U$D 1560/- Per Pax

Package Included:

Accommodations,

Meals,

Permits,

Flight Fares,

Trekking Guide,

Climbing Guide,

Porters

Further Details About Trip Contact Us:

Best Regards

Lama  ( Managing Director )
Nepal Base Camp Treks (Pvt. Ltd.)
G.P.O. Box:10114, Khusibu Nayabazaar, Kathmandu, Nepal
M:+977-9851111874 (Sappa, 24hours)
T: +977-9745152385 (Office Time 9:00am-4:00pm
E: sappayesnepal@gmail.com

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Client Reviews

Lyle Clancy

Brisbane Australia

In October 2014, 2015 I completed another wonderful family trek in Nepal to Langtang and Gosainkund lakes thanks to Sappa and his company “Nepal Base Camp Treks”. I first met Sappa in 2008 on a family Gokyo Lakes Trek and EBC Trek. At that time, I was greatly impressed by the highly professional approach he took to mountain guiding. I’m very happy to report that in 2014 nothing has changed. Sappa continues to maintain an exceptionally high standard of service and this together with his warm, generous and engaging personality ensured everyone in our party had an amazing time during their visit to Nepal.

We were treated to fantastic traditional Nepalese food and cultural performances at welcoming and farewell dinners in Kathmandu; expertly and safely guided over 14 days of trekking through an incredibly beautiful landscape; and provided with detailed and knowledgeable commentary during our tours of all the main sites around Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Patan. I’m very happy to report that the organisation of our transport, sightseeing, accommodation and trekking arrangements was first rate and that over three weeks everything ran very smoothly indeed. Overall, Sappa‘s vast guiding experience and mountain knowledge ensured that our itinerary was structured in such a way that it provided us with a good deal of flexibility and ample time to absorb the magnificent mountain views while trekking, as well as not being rushed on our tours of Kathmandu and surrounds.

On this trip, a few in our party were first time trekkers. What a fantastic introduction to trekking in the Nepal Himalaya they received thanks to the great care and attention to every little detail provided by Sappa and his fabulous support crew Manoj, Shankar and Suraj. Thank you Sappa,for also keeping up the tradition of supplying us with bananas and chocolate bars. I must also mention that the pomegranate seeds the crew provided to us on our way to Langtang was an unexpected but greatly appreciated treat. Importantly, from a safety aspect, we were more than pleased to find that Nepal Base Camp Treks used modern four wheel drive vehicles to take us to the start of our trek in Syabrubesi and also for the return journey from Dhunche. We were also very impressed to observe that Sappa and his company take very good care of their support crews.

If you are planning to visit Nepal, I have no hesitation in recommending Sappa and his company “Nepal Base Camp Treks” for trouble free trekking and touring. You will not be disappointed. I can’t wait for my next trek with Sappa, which will be around Manaslu trek.

lyle.clancy@gmail.com

Christian Bank

Germany

German Language: Wir haben mit Sappa und einem Träger im Mai 2011 eine elftägige Trekking Tour durch die Langtang und Helambu Region gemacht. Wir sind das Langtang Tal von Syrabrubesi bis Kanjin Gompa hoch gewandert und dann über die Gosainkunde Seen, den Laurebina Pass und die Helambu Region nach Kathmandu zurückgekehrt. Der Trek war einfach wundervoll! Er führt durch verschiedene Vegetationszonen mit reicher Flora und Fauna und überwältigenden Aussichten auf die Gipfel des Himalaya. Darüber hinaus bot der Trek einen tiefen Einblick die die Tamang Kultur und das Leben und die Tradition der nepalesischen und tibetanischen Bevölkerung.

Sappa ist ein sehr erfahrener Führer, der die Gegend sehr gut kennt. Er verstand es perfekt, die Länge der täglichen Etappen und die Trekkinggeschwindigkeit auf unsere Wünsche und Bedürfnisse anzupassen und war insbesondere ein guter Ratgeber bei Fragen zur Höhenkrankheit. Sappa hat sich um alle Angelegenheiten mit den Lodges, den örtlichen Behörden, den Taxi- und Busfahrern etc. gekümmert. Er hat alle unsere Fragen zu den verschiedenen Bergketten und -gipfeln zur Länge der Auf- und Abstiege und zu den anderen Details der Gegend bereitwillig und mit großer Begeisterung beantwortet. Es war eine große Freude, ihm bei den Anekdoten aus dem Leben der Nepalesen, der Religion, Politik und Natur zuzuhören. Mit seiner Begeisterung und seinem Humor hat Sappa den Trek zu einem unvergesslichen Erlebnis gemacht. Wir können Sappa als erfahrenen, verständnisvollen und sympathischen Führer uneingeschränkt empfehlen. Nach den elf Tagen in der Einsamkeit des Himalaya ist aus unserem Führer ein Freund geworden.”

Christian Email:- bank.christian@web.de

Adriano Rosa

Curitiba – Brasil

Sappa é o cara. Visitei o Nepal em duas ocasiões. Na primeira ele foi meu guia no circuito Annapurna, onde caminhamos por 21 dias. Na segunda ele nos guiou nos treks Langtang, Gosainkunda e Helambu por 17 dias. Alem disso, ele foi nosso guia no trek Cheppang Hills. Como se não bastasse, fizemos também o clássico Base Camp Everest partindo de Jiri e passando por Renjo La e Cho La, em 24 dias com o seu irmão Lako. O Nepal é um pais maravilhoso e a companhia de um guia como Sappa fez toda a diferença, pois ele nos explicou muito sobre a cultura local, religião, situação política/conflitos no pais e como funciona a sociedade no Nepal em geral. Ele fala muito bem inglês, é muito bem humorado e as risadas estão garantidas. Pra resumir, você começa a trilha com um guia e termina com um amigo. Recomendo-o sem hesitar. Se tiver perguntas pode me escrever.

adrodasi@gmail.com