Mera Peak Climbing & Amphu Lapcha Pass-Itinerary, Cost, Distance, In Nepal

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Introduction To Mera Peak Climbing & Amphu Lapcha Pass In Nepal

The Mera Peak & Amphu Lapcha Pass combined introductory excursion provides an excellent opportunity to gain valuable mountaineering experience.

The thrill of reaching the summit of Mera peak, which stands at 6,461 meters and is Nepal’s highest, most challenging, and the classic Himalayan trekking peak, is an immensely rewarding achievement with unparalleled scenically magnificent panoramic views of the world’s five 8,000-meter highest mountains- Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Lhotse, Cho-Oyu, and many other peaks.

Mt. Everest dominates Mera Summit, Nepal’s highest approved trekking peak. In May of 1953, J.O.M Roberts and Sen Tenzing made the first successful ascent of Mera Peak.

The climb to the summit of Mera is not easy, and it necessitates passing several steep and rugged passes. Additionally, integrating this peak with Amphu Laptsa Pass makes the journey the most amazing, thrilling, physically taxing, and immensely rewarding lifetime experience.

Mera Peak is a non-technical peak for first-time as well as experienced trekkers who dare and wish to stand on a Himalayan summit to revel in the success of an amazing once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Following an exhilarating picturesque mountain flight to Lukla’s mountain airfield, the trek begins with less-traveled pathways through lovely forested hillsides in secluded areas of the Hinku valley of Pangkongma and Panch Pokhari on the way to base camp, with adequate gradual acclimatization.

Participating in a climbing training course covering all areas of climbing techniques and skills, glacier travel, rope fixing, ascent, and descent before the summit push to ensure that all of our climbers have the requisite climbing skills and confidence to successfully scale the peak.

We established Mera La base camp at 5415m, and we established Mera Peak high camp at 5800m, which gives a breathtaking panoramic view of the best of its kind, making Mera Peak climbing shorter and more fun.

The summit day begins early in the morning, with a beautiful grandest surrounding majestic highest mountains Kanchanjunga and Makalu to the east, Everest appearing above the gigantic southern aspect of Nuptse and Lhotse to the north- undoubtedly one of the most glorious views in the entire Nepal.

Then there was the crossing of the difficult Amphu Laptsa Pass to stand at the highest point in Everest’s Khumbu region—a moment that will stay with me forever. The journey concludes in Lukla, after a flight to Kathmandu, via Namche Bazaar, the Sherpa heartland, the bustling bazaar, and key entry to the expedition.

Mera Peak Climbing and Amphu Lapcha Pass
Destination: Mera Peak Climbing and Amphu Lapcha Pass (Source: Xtreme Climbers Treks and Expedition)

This classic path to outstanding high-altitude Mera Peak climbing through Amphu Laptsa Pass is designed to provide the most magnificent and life-changing mountain trip in the Nepal Himalayas.

Highlights Of Mera Peak Climbing & Amphu Lapcha pass In Nepal

  • Climb Mera Peak, Nepal’s highest trekking peak (6,461m)
  • The courageous crossing of Amphu Lapcha, one of the Himalayas’ most difficult mountain passes
  • Trek past glaciers, high-altitude alpine lakes, beautiful rhododendron forests, and traditional Sherpa villages in just 21 days.
  • Visit the biodiverse Makalu Barun National Peak and Sagarmatha National Park.
  • Take a walk through the Hinku, Hongu, and Dudh Koshi river valleys.

How to Communicate During the Trek?

For a nominal fee, you can use the internet at the lodges, but after you reach high elevations, you’ll have to communicate via phone.

Our office will connect with all of our valued clients by Signal, WhatsApp, phone, Messenger, and other means at least once a day to ensure that they are fine, safe, and comfortable.

You might get some signals along the route, depending on the network you’re using, but they’re not particularly strong at high altitudes. In Kathmandu, though, you may easily obtain a local sim card.

In most cases, you will be able to connect to the internet at all of the lodges/hotels where you will be staying.

Wi-Fi is usually available during the walk-in lodges/lodges for an additional fee.

Extra personal expenses on trekking

In Kathmandu, the clients are responsible for their own meals and lodging. You may book them conveniently online, or we can do it for you if you want.

Similarly, you must pay for visa processing, travel insurance, beverages, trip snacks, hot and cold drinks, souvenirs, and tips to trekking crew members, among other things. Bringing cash (Dollars) and changing it to Rupees is recommended. In the Nepali market, only Rupees are accepted.

Electricity, battery recharge, water on trekking

In all lodges, electricity for camera and phone recharge is available at an additional expense. During the trip, you can either buy pre-packaged mineral water or bring boiled water with you. You will also receive a water-purifying pill.

We advise against drinking water from rivers or taps because the water may be contaminated.

Mera Peak Climbing & Amphu Lapcha Pass
Destination: Mera Peak Climbing and Amphu Lapcha Pass (Source: Adventure Magic Treks)

Trek travel insurance

This Trek requires travel insurance. Before beginning the hike, all trekkers must produce a copy of their comprehensive travel insurance policy certificate to us. Medical and emergency repatriation must be covered, as well as helicopter rescue and evacuation costs at high altitudes (up to 6000m).

Based on the experiences of our former clients, we may recommend insurance firms to you. We do not, however, sell insurance coverage. Within a week of booking the trek, we ask that all trek participants provide us with their comprehensive insurance information. In an emergency, we’ll prepare a speedy, successful rescue using your insurance policy and other documentation you supplied us.

Before you acquire travel insurance, call your provider and double-check that it covers helicopter rescue and evacuation up to 6000 meters. Do not rely solely on the material of the insurance company’s website.

How to get a visa for Nepal?

Except for Indian nationals, all foreigners must have a valid visa to enter Nepal. At Tribhuvan International Airport and Nepal’s borders with India and Tibet, you can obtain an on-arrival visa. Visit for additional details.

You’ll need a passport that’s valid for at least six months, a passport-size photo, and visa fees to apply for a visa. A 30-day visa costs $50 at the moment (to be paid in cash).

A free visa will be given to children under the age of ten. It is strongly recommended that you examine the current regulations. Visa regulations are subject to change at any time. Citizens of China and members of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka) are exempt from visa fees.

Certain countries’ citizens may be denied a visa upon arrival. On-arrival visas are not available for citizens of Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, and Afghanistan. If you are a citizen of one of these countries, please contact the Nepalese Embassy in your country.

Before we embark on our journey, we’ll double-check everything (luggage, equipment, etc.) during our briefing.

Currency Exchange in Nepal | USD to NPR

Nepali Rupees (NPR/Rs) are the local currency.

(1 USD = ~ Rs.124 NPR).

You can exchange major foreign currencies through local banks and legitimate money exchanges in Kathmandu and all over Thamel. Legitimate money exchanges display their ongoing exchange rates visibly to the public.

Please note – only 100 INR (Indian Rupees) and 2000 INR notes are legal in Nepal.

Despite having the security advantage of traveler’s cheques, we prefer cash exchange. It helps avoid lengthy processes and high bank commissions. 

You can withdraw cash (in Rupees)from ATMs all over Kathmandu and Thamel itself. Many of these ATMs are open around the clock. The maximum withdrawal amount is 35,000 Rupees for a 500 Rupees processing fee for foreign cards.

If you use the money exchange facilities at banks and financial institutions, they impose a service charge fee of about 4% or more.

During the trek, there are no banks and money exchange services so you should exchange your money in Kathmandu, depending on how much personal expense you require. Only Nepali Rupee is accepted in trekking regions.

Most established banks in Asia will only accept foreign currency notes that are not old, torn, or faded. Please ensure that you have new, clean notes.

How much luggage can I take during the Trek?

Your luggage must not exceed 9 kilograms per trekker. One porter will be allocated to each of the two trekkers, and the total weight of their luggage should not exceed 18 kg. Our porters are never overworked.

You may, however, need to bring your own knapsack or backpack (with valuables or anything important). Carry only what you need. Excess baggage can be safely stored at your hotel or at our store for no charge.

Before we begin the journey, we will double-check everything (luggage, equipment, etc.) during our briefing.

Trek Safely

All of our clients’ safety, security, and happiness are guaranteed by us. We place the highest priority on your safety. For each trip, we will bring all of the essential gear, equipment, and first-aid kits. Our guides and leaders have completed thorough first-aid training.

If a trekker becomes ill as a result of the altitude, we will analyze the situation and keep everyone safe. In the event of an emergency, the rescue chopper will be on standby to transport you back to the lower elevation. Every team member will be together for safety during the walk, and there will be no danger of being lost in hazardous terrains.

Responsible travel

Our philosophy is to photograph the voyage while leaving only footsteps. We believe in sustainable tourism and exclusively offer eco-friendly excursions.

We collaborate with the Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP) to plan eco-friendly itineraries that satisfy the needs of both tourists and local populations in the trekking areas.

Our Crew

Our knowledgeable guide/Sherpa will accompany us on the trek to ensure your safety and comfort. Your stuff will be carried by porters.

Our members are locals from high Himalayan remote places, and they have exceptional physical endurance at high altitudes.

We value all of our employees, so we pay them well and take care of their insurance, clothing, food, and lodging throughout the trip. When our guides and porters become unwell or injured, they receive medical attention.

Only happy people can make others happy, thus we always make sure that our team members are happy. Members of our trek/expedition team have the following qualifications:

  • Authorized Trekking Guide Training Certificate
  • Intensive Wilderness First Aid Training
  • Fluency in English and another major language
  • Conservation and Biodiversity Training
  • Experience with rock climbing

Tipping during trek

Tipping is optional and should be dependent on the quality of service received. A tip is an accepted and respected technique in Nepali society to express gratitude (Dhanyabad) for good service.

On the last day of the walk, the majority of our guests offer advice. The amount you tip is totally up to you, and it may be more or less based on your impression of service quality, the length of your trip, your budget, and your appreciation for their efforts.

100% Guaranteed Booking

We are a government-approved and bonded trek and tour company in Nepal. We are also members of the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) and the Trekking Agency Association of Nepal (TAAN) (NMA). As a result, you may book your trek/expedition with complete trust.

As a deposit, we require 10% of the total trip cost. Within a week of booking, please send your documentation, including a copy of your passport, passport-size pictures, travel insurance policy, and arrival and departure flight information.

You can make a 10% deposit via bank transfer, western union, or online payment on our website, and the full balance when you arrive in Nepal. Cash, bank transfer, and credit cards are all acceptable methods of payment. In addition, you will receive payment choices in your email.

Last-minute Trek booking in Nepal

Even though it is always a good idea to plan ahead for your excursions. However, for those who are unable to do so, we provide a special last-minute booking option. To take advantage of this benefit, you must pay the entire trip cost 24 hours before the trek’s departure.

Even while we do our best to plan treks at any time, there is a small potential of a trek delay due to events beyond our control, such as the inability to obtain air tickets or unfavorable weather.

Can I extend my trip?

If you wish to stay in Nepal for a few days after the trip, we can arrange enjoyable activities for you, such as exploring areas in and around Kathmandu, Chitwan jungle safari, paragliding, rafting, canoeing, and so on.


We offer a farewell meal at the end of the trek, and we will also award you with a trek completion certificate after dinner (hard copy). It’s also a great opportunity to tell us about your experience and provide us feedback.

Overview Of Mera Peak Climbing and Amphu Lapcha Pass

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  • The Mera Peak Climbing and Amphu Labcha pass consists of Nepal’s most popular peak, Mera, with spectacular views of the high Himalayan panorama, crossing the difficult Amphu Lapcha La Pass, exploring Honku valley, Honku glacier, large frozen lakes, and Pachpokhari (five lakes).
  • Ascending Mera Peak (6,476m), Nepal’s highest trekking peak, is simply breathtaking, with five of the world’s top ten highest 8,000m mountains-Everest, Lhotse, Cho-Oyu, Makalu, and Kanchenjunga-and crossing the high spectacular and challenging Amphu Laptsa Pass in the Himalayas-providing an extremely varied mountain adventure experience.


You are cordially invited to visit Nepal, the Himalayan country. The experience of flying to Nepal is always unique, as it feels like you're on an adventure journey with panoramic views of snow-capped mountains beneath your plane. After clearing immigration and customs, a representative will show your name on the firm signboard at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu's exit airport terminals. Then, in a private conveyance, you will be welcomed, greeted, and guided to the hotel in the heart of Thamel, which is a really delightful area in the heart of the city. Thamel is a wonderful neighborhood with excellent restaurants and stores. Following check-in at the hotel, there will be a meeting and travel briefing orientation session later that evening. Then it's up to you to settle in and take in your new surroundings. Our helpful staff is here to offer any guidance or assistance.

Today, after breakfast, we will go on a full-day sightseeing tour of the Kathmandu Valley, taking in the most important cultural, religious, and historic monuments as well as world heritage sites. The tour guide leads us to the sacred Hindu temple of Pashupatinath, one of the world's largest Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva, the famous "Monkey Temple" Swyambhunath, an ancient religious complex atop a hill in the Kathmandu valley, and the Buddhist shrine Buddhanath, the world's largest Buddhist Stupa, which dominates the skyline. Following the trip, a trekking briefing orientation, guide introduction, and final check of climbing equipment for hike will ensure that you are fully prepared for the thrilling journey ahead.

We arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIAdomestic )'s terminal in Kathmandu for an early-morning flight to Lukla, a dramatic mountain airfield and the starting point for one of the most magnificent flights over the green and white Nepali Himalayas. One of the world's most picturesque aviation routes ends with a landing on a hillside surrounded by tall mountains. After a quick 40-minute flight, we arrive in Lula, the starting point for our adventure to Mera. Our remaining crews for Mera Peak will be waiting for us when we get here, and we'll start our trailhead traveling east from high above the breathtaking Dudh Khosi, departing for the congested trail to Everest Base Camp. Until we get to a thick forest of Silver fir, birch fields, and rhododendron and pine forests, the trek continues through hamlets and wood yards. There are various little streams along the way, and the entire area is known as Chutanga, which is a summer pasture. The rest of the day was spent relaxing, acclimating, and exploring the surrounding communities.

Today's trek involves a challenging ascent up the Kalo Himal Ridge in the Nau Lekh range. From here, we leave the Khumbu valley and join the Hinku valley, where there is a sense of unspoiled isolation. An ancient group of Buddhist chortens marks the start of a hard uphill trail. We continue on to Zatrwa La pass (4610m), where we are greeted in traditional Buddhist style with prayer flags. The views across the Dudh Kosi towards Karyolung and the Lumding Himal appear quite stunning on a clear day after celebrating our first pass. Furthermore, we receive our first look at the panorama across the Hinku River Valley's rolling hillsides. We traveled less than an hour from here to Thuli Karkha, where we rested for the night.

Another magnificent day awaits, with gorgeous hills dotted with rhododendrons, Nepal's national flower. Short and mostly downhill, the trek. The trail follows hills above the Hinku Valley, providing spectacular views of Mera Peak's South Face. Up to Kothe, a nice stroll follows a crest of the Hinku River through lovely forests of Himalayan pine, rhododendron, and bamboo.

When we continue walking along the Ridge of Hinku, the first time viewing and enjoying River stream view on the destination surrounded by towering view of Mera Peak and other mountains, we understand we have entered the high Himalayan mountains. The views of Kyashar (6,769m) and Kusum Karguru are spectacular (6,367m). The walk is a steady and gradual ascent up the valley, with the first half taking us along a rocky track beside the river. Then rise above the river level to green yak pastures (kharka). We travel through the Gondishung, and on the west bank of the Hinku Drangka, there is a summer herders' community worth visiting. We hike for a while to get to Thagnang, a summer grazing region with a few rustic hotels and small shops.

We proceed east toward Khare and steadily ascend to our target as we stroll to acclimate and take in the surroundings. The magnificent views of the surrounding peaks continue to open up after a two-and-a-half-hour hike up the daring lateral moraine of Dig Glacier to walk on the big pasture of Dig Khraka. Following a difficult ascent across moraines, the trip ends at the terminus of the Hinku Nup and Shar Glaciers. For just over an hour, we cross the stream and follow the track across the boulder-strewn mountainside. The difficult ascent leads us to Khare, which offers a spectacular view of Mera Peak.

Before continuing, we'll take today off to acclimate, explore, and practice for the necessary ice-climbing course with the help of our professional climbing guide. After breakfast, we climb a steep ridge to the beginnings of the Mera Glacier, which we will later follow to the Mera La pass. We will use this chance to practice glacial travel skills and organize a session on the glacier. First, we teach you how to use crampons, rope, and an ice axe, among other things. Following that, we will provide instruction on peak climbing skills as well as the right use of climbing equipment such as the ice ax, climbing boots and crampons, harness, ascender, and so on. The course will also cover how to ascend and descend using the ropes. This aids in our summit preparation for Mera. Although prior training or expertise is not required for this hike to Mera Peak Base Camp, we believe that having past climbing experience will strengthen your confidence and climbing skills, increasing your chances of reaching the summit and allowing you to completely enjoy the experience. We return to Khare later in the day for an overnight stay.

Today will be an exhilarating day, as if it were your first day of mountaineering, with three hours of climbing up a boulder-strewn path to the glacier, which leads to Mera La. After arriving at the glacier's snout, we completely equip ourselves with crampons, harnesses, mountaineering boots, and ice axes. Crampon and ice ax tactics that we just learned will come in handy as we climb into the glacier. The night is spent camped here before the next day's ascent to Mera's high camp. The views from the past, as well as your first mountaineering experience, are breathtaking. We first climb to the Mera La (5,410m), then back up the ridge to the back of the Mera base camp, where we will rest for the night.

Today, we travel from base camp to high camp through Mera la pass, a difficult rocky trail that leads to the high camp at a height of 5,800 meters. It serves as a great starting point for the last ascent to the peak. After crossing the Mera La, the trail bears left (south) and follows gentle angled snow slopes. After a short distance, a crevasse-filled terrain appears. These can readily be walked around in normal conditions, however seeing into their deep, black depths is always striking. The crevasses eventually give way to slightly steeper but open snow slopes that lead to the summit camp without trouble. When we arrive at the High Camp, we are greeted with spectacular views of Everest, Makalu, and the Nuptse, with the Lhotse wall immediately ahead. These magnificent mountains are bathed in a magical light as the sun sets. We can also see the majority of the summit route. We have a good night's rest in order to get ready for the summit bid tomorrow.

We get up early with warming cups of tea and set out into the cold on our way to Mera Peak's peak. As we make our way up the Mera glacier at a moderate, steady pace, the climbing is rather straightforward. As we slowly but steadily climb higher into the ever-thinning air, the course remains non-technical. Early in the morning, a summit bid will be launched from the high camp, and it will take 4 to 6 hours to reach the top. The sun's early rays cast a stunning red hue across the peaks. Depending on the weather, we may attach to a fixed rope at the base of the final steep summit cone. Only a few meters separate you from the summit. The summit, which we've all been working so hard to reach, is just around the corner. The slope steepens behind the ridge for a length, and the summit reappears. The 360 panorama is one of the most beautiful and magnificent views of Baruntse (7129m), Haling (7319m), and NauLekh (6360m), with Makalu (8481m) rising in the background. We're far enough back that the smaller peaks don't impede the view, yet we're still right in the middle of this spectacular alpine panorama. We take our time taking it all in before returning to Khare for our overnight stay at the lodge, which is roughly a 2-hour descent. This has been a long but rewarding day.

We've set aside an extra day as a spare or contingency day in case of weather or acclimatization issues. This extra day provides some flexibility and can be put to good use for a second summit attempt. This is also a backup day in case there are any other delays along the road, such as the Lukla flight. If all goes well and you reach the top on the first day, this day is utilized to prepare for the next day's hike. This day will be used as a free day in Kathmandu if it is not used as a contingency day.

We trek today across the secluded valley of the top yak pastures of this after a successful expedition to Mera summit. We will have breathtaking views of the Himalayan valley along the way. Realizing that Everest and Lhotse are the two magnificent mountains we are moving directly towards is almost shocking.

Reach Amphu Laptsa base camp via trekking over the uninhabited high-altitude Himalayas. Even during peak tourist season, we rarely see other hikers on this route because it is off the usual path. Just past White Lake, the first in a sequence of lakes in the upper Honku Basin, we begin a difficult ascent. The Honku Valley's wilderness is a must-see. The Honku Valley is pure mountain wildness, with Chamlang (7321m) on the right and hanging glaciers on its South-West and North-West faces.

We begin ascending early in the morning from the south base camp of Amphu Laptsa to the north base camp of Amphu Laptsa, traversing steep stretches of rock and ice to reach the pass when the snow is stable and before the sun melts it. Wherever it seems essential, climbing ropes will likely be used. The last ascent to Amphu Laptsa goes across shelves of snow. On the other side, a hard fall on fixed lines leads down to the moraine, which must be attempted.

The path that leads to Chukkung, the starting site for the Island Peak hike, today is downhill and winding. We are now introduced to Khumbu Region civilization from the wilderness of the isolated Hinku Valley. A little above Pangboche Village, the Imja Khola enters the Dudh Koshi river. At Pangboche, there is a well-known monastery that is thought to be the oldest in the Khumbu region. It's a joy to arrive in Pangboche after a few days of strenuous mountaineering and hiking. Spending the night in the coziness of one of the occupied village's lodges is a warm welcome that we believe is well deserved.

We're leaving the alpine desert today and walking back down into the greenery of pine trees. The path leads to Tengboche, which requires a difficult ascent. We descend steeply and follow the trail back along the Dudh Kosi river after paying a quick visit to the Tengboche Monastery. While traveling through the forest by the trail, we keep an eye out for wildlife like mountain goats, snow leopards, colorful pheasants, etc. We arrive at the army camp in Namche Bazaar after passing a chorten, and we want to take one more, extended look back at Lhotse, the very top of Everest, and Tengboche. Our journey to Namche Bazaar ends with a challenging climb across a hillside. In our Namche Bazaar room, we take a good hot shower and sleep soundly.

This will be our final day on the trekking routes, and as we return down the Dudh Kosi valley, it will be a long but satisfying day. The views will look very different coming from this angle. We eventually arrive in Lukla, a huge town with an airport where we will fly back to Kathmandu the next day.

If everything goes according to plan, the flight to Kathmandu is usually scheduled for the morning. The magnificent morning flight back to Kathmandu provides us one more opportunity to have a close look at the mighty snow-capped Himalayas in the distance and bid the mountains farewell. Your guide will meet you at the airport and transport you to your hotel in Kathmandu. You have the remainder of the day free to relax, rejuvenate, and perhaps take an excursion to see more of the city before the group's last evening celebration, which will include a special supper.

We really hope that your trip with us to trek across the lovely highlands of Nepal was enjoyable. There is nothing more for you to do but get ready and eager to get home. Because of this, you may use your free time up until your departure flight—roughly three hours before it—to shop for last-minute gifts for your loved ones or to buy souvenirs. Our personal representative will drive you to the international airport for your final trip home in a private vehicle. You say your goodbyes to Kathmandu and Nepal until your next visit. On the journey back to your home, you'll reminisce about the fantastic adventures and make plans for your next adventure in Nepal's beautiful country.



  • Private transportation is used for airport and hotel transfers.
  • Flight and departure taxes from the airport between Kathmandu and Lukla.
  • During the climb, tea house, and lodge accommodation/tents are provided on a twin-sharing basis. comprising meals Lunch, dinner, and breakfast.
  • group supplies and equipment (ropes, ice screws, snow bars).
  • Every Camping Gear (kitchen tent, dinning tent, toilet tent , table, chair, and kitchen utensils)
  • Trekking/climbing leader with a government license, a skilled cook, and porters to aid with luggage is available. (1 porter, 2 hikers) Per porter, the maximum load is 20 kilograms.
  • Meals, insurance, wages, accommodation, transportation, airfare, and other necessary equipment are covered for guides and porters.
  • Permits for climbing Mera Peak.
  • TIMS Card and entry charge for Sagarmatha National Park.
  • Deposit of Garbage.
  • First-aid kit
  • Arrangement of down coats and sleeping bags
  • addressing special nutritional needs
  • all local and national taxes.
  • In order to monitor blood oxygen saturation levels at high elevations and identify early warning indications of imminent altitude sickness and other potential health problems, we utilize pulse oximeters on our customers every day while they are trekking.
  • assistance in planning a rescue effort in the event of a serious medical condition (funded by travel insurance).
  • After a successful trek/expedition, we issue a certificate of appreciation.
  • A farewell meal.


  • International flights are available.
  • In Kathmandu, you may get 3 meals every day (breakfast, lunch, and dinner).
  • All personal expenses, including laundry, calls, drinks, food, and bar tabs.
  • personal attire and equipment.
  • Insurance for travel.
  • Charges for additional showers at trailside lodges, battery recharge fees, and other costs.
  • Advice for porters and guides.
  • Weather, itinerary changes due to safety concerns, illness, a change in government policy, political unrest raising a strike, and other circumstances.

Mera Peak Climbing and Amphu Labcha pass- 20 Days

Can you climb Mera Peak without a guide?

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Individual trekkers can obtain trekking permits, but climbing permits are only available from government-registered trekking agencies. Because climbing the Mera peak without a guide is impossible.

Is Mera Peak to climb hard?

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Climbing Mera Peak is not particularly complex and does not include a hard technical climb, but the high altitude, which reaches 6461 meters at the top, makes it a difficult climb. The hike to Mera mountain, unlike other trekking peaks in Nepal, is rather easy.

How long does it take to climb Mera Peak?

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It’s a tall peak at 6476 meters, but the standard path needs little difficult climbing. Our escorted tour lasts 21 days, from the time we arrive in Kathmandu to the time we return home. The total number of trekking and climbing days is 16, with two summit days.

Can you see Everest from Mera peak?

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Many people who climb this summit wonder if they can see Mount Everest from Mera Peak. Yes, you can see the other four summits above 8000 meters, in addition to Everest.

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