The climbing Mera Peak is not muck difficult to explain. The Mera Peak is the highest peak of Nepal. In-fact, it’s probably fair to say that the summit of Mera peaks is the highest point in the entire Himalayas, which is accessible without the need to pay exorbitant peak fees. The Himalaya, encompassing five of the world’s 8000m peaks namely Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Lhoste, Everest, and Cho-Oyu. Experienced and strong Sherpa’s and excellent support and an optimum acclimatization program.
Day 01 – Arrive to Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel.
Day 02 – Preparation day in Kathmandu.
Day 03 – Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla. Trek to Poyan (2,800m)
Day 04 – Trek to Pangkongma (2,846m)
Day 05 – Trek to Dingma (2,600m)
Day 06 – Trek to Chalem Kharka (3,600m)
Day 07 – Trek to Chunbu Kharka (4,200m)
Day 08 – Acclimatisation day at Chunbu Kharka
Day 09 – Descend to Khote in the Hinku Valley (3,550m)
Day 10 – Trek to Tangnag (4,360m)
Day 11 – Trek to Dig Kharka (4,650m)
Day 12 – Ascend to Khare (5,100m
Day 13 – Cross the Mera La (5,400m) to Mera Peak base camp (5,300m)
Day 14 – Acclimatisation/skills referesher day at base camp (5,300m)
Day 15 – Move to High Camp (5,800m)
Day 16 – Mera Peak Ascent (6,476m)
Day 17 – Spare day. In case of Bad weather.
Day 18/21 – Return to Lukla
Day 22 – Fly Lukla to Kathmandu
Day 23 – At Leisure in Kathmandu
Day 24 – Fly home
– Food / Accommodation during the trip
– Wages for porters/guides
– Domestic Transportation mentioned in the itinerary
– International Airfare
– Personal Expenses
– Emergency Evacuation