Mera Peak Climbing in Autumn and Spring

Mera Peak Climbing in March, April, May and September, October, November
Mera Peak Climbing
What to see & doSpecific information about Mera Peak Climbing in Autumn and Spring
  • Duration19 Days
  • Trip Grade Very Strenuous
  • Max Altitude 6476m
  • Starts at Kathmandu
  • Ends at Kathmandu
  • Trip Style Trekking and Climbing
  • Group Size 8
  • Transportation Private Vehicles and Aeroplane
  • Best Season March, April, May and Sept, Oct, Nov

Mera Peak climbing is officially the highest climbing trekking peak in the Himalayan state of Nepal and the Mera peak is a breathtaking challenge and provides climbers with the most exciting adventures among most other climbing peaks in Nepal It is a tough climb but it has often been visited along the Makalu Barun National Park.

Mera Peak climbing offers amazing views on your ascend to the top, you enjoy some of the most unusual landscapes ever beheld, the Mera peak is just out from the south of Everest and captures the isolated valleys of Hinku & Hongku; the ascent is done from the Mera La pass at {5415m} on the northern face which is a link to the less inhabited valleys of Hongku & Hinku.

Mera peak is a formidable mountain but one doesn’t need to be a veteran climber to attempt this peak, it’s a straightforward peak technically but the snow & a whole lot of crevasses tend to consume time as you head up the peak. This peak beckons all seasoned & amateur climbers who dare to dream & love taking up a challenge for that special sense of something achieved.

Mera peak expedition begins with a scenic flight to the small mountain airstrip at Lukla wonderfully placed right in the heart of the Khumbu region and as you have to cross the Charpate Himal and Zatra La Pass and once you are ready you cross Zatrwa La which lies near Hinku valley. Subsequently, you pass through many unspoiled forests of rhododendron and descend to the Hinku Khola and follow the river to the north towards upper Hinku then, you finally reach Tangnag, the river valley that offers impressive views of the west face of Mera peak and Peak 43 and you have at least one day for necessary acclimatization and once you are ready, you head up to the moraine of the Dig Glacier, and do a steep hike down to Khare at (5,045m).

Mera Peak Climbing continues further and set to lower base camp at around 5,300m near the 'Mera La' Pass at (5,415m) on the 'Hongku' and again you get some days for acclimatization and explore some of the areas around and move to a high camp on the edge of the Mera Glacier, where you again have time for further acclimatization. From this place, you get lovely panoramic views of the east Kangchenjunga, Chamlang, Makalu and Baruntse, to the north Everest and Lhotse, & towards the north east of Ama Dablam, Cho Oyu and Kangtega.

Mera Peak Climbing is a high-altitude trek and climbs in Nepal and trekkers need to be physically fit and familiar with the use of an ice axe and crampons. Outfitter Nepal provides instructions to those who need guidance in the use of certain trek equipment for which a program of instruction be given at Kathmandu and at base camp near Khare which is a part of our Mera peak climbing venture. This training is a useful instructional process for team members who need to be familiar with climbing techniques before heading for the exciting summit of Mera Peak. The overall focus is to avoid glitches & ensure that the summit is a marvelous success.

Mera Peak Climbing is available with Outfitter Nepal! At Outfitter Nepal, we have a 19-day itinerary for the peak climbing that includes your arrival and departure days to and from Kathmandu. However, do let us know if the given set itinerary is not suitable for you then we will tailor a program for you as per your need and requirements.

We have meticulously planned the 19-days Mera Peak Expedition. To guarantee proper acclimatization, we have included longer and less used trails with gentle ascents. We are convinced that by following this carefully choreographed path, you will reach Nepal's highest trekking peak. We've been organizing expeditions like this for years. Furthermore, we have the knowledge and experience to ensure that you have the best chance of climbing Mera Peak. Thus, you can be proud of your great achievement in climbing Mera Peak and realizing your dream.

Mera Peak Climbing in Spring:

The months of February, March, April, and May have mostly stable and dry weather with a moderate climate. This time of year is ideal for trekking in the Everest region, as it provides a clear view of the mountains and scenery every day. Daytime temperatures can reach 15- 20 degrees Celsius, while nighttime temperatures can dip to - 8/12 degrees Celsius. Thousands of plants and greenery bloom in the spring, making the journey in Nepal more attractive and joyful.

The Benefits of Climbing Mera Peak in the Spring

  • Flowers in bloom and greenery
  • Rainfall and snowfall are less likely.
  • On the hiking paths, you have the opportunity to meet new people.
  • Clear vision, comfortable temperatures, and stable weather

Mera Peak Climbing in Autumn 2023/2024:

Autumn is another fantastic time to trek Mera Peak, with the months of September, October, November, and December being particularly pleasant. Temperatures in the autumn should be between 14 and 20 degrees Celsius during the day, while nighttime temperatures can drop to -5/10 degrees Celsius, which is ideal for hiking.

The Benefits of Climbing Mera Peak in the Autumn

  • The temperature is pleasant.
  • The weather is stable and dry
  • On the packed paths, there are many opportunities to meet new people.
  • Rainfall and snowfall are unlikely.
  • Mountains may be seen well.

Spring and autumn, which extend from March to May and September to November, respectively, are the best seasons for Mera peak trekking and climbing. Due to several inconveniences that may occur, such as flight cancellations, blocked paths, muddy slopes, and others, climbing Mera Peak during the summer or winter seasons is not recommended.

However, there are two seasons in Nepal, namely Winter and Monsoon, that are considered an off-season for any adventurous expeditions. Winter is the coldest season of the year, and Monsoon is when it rains the most. The two main worries of any climb are rain and snowfall, and few climbers desire to risk their lives. As a result, autumn and spring are the best times to climb Mera Peak.

Climbing Mera Peak for a Breathtaking Panoramic View from the Top

The Mera peak climbing trip begins in Khare, via the remote region of Panch Pokhara in the Hinku valley. We set our high camp at 5800 meters on a rocky shelf behind a large vertical rock to make the Mera peak climb summit day shorter and more enjoyable. It provides some means of insurance. The panoramic view from the Mera High Camp is simply incredible, and one of the best in the world. The summit day of Mera peak begins early in the morning. We take the northern way to the Mera peak. It entails a gentle ascent with excellent mountain scenery always in view.

Mera Peak isn't technically difficult, but it's high at 6476m, has a long summit day, and you're out in the weather. Take care of your hydration and keep moving at a comfortable pace. The snow path is not very difficult, but it is a long day that will drain your energy. You'll need to be able to move on a man rope, clip in, and keep a steady pace while maintaining a safe line. You should also be comfortable walking on crampons and using your walking axe to self-arrest.

Mera Peak Climbing Cost

The Outfitter Nepal’s Mera Peak trek packages range between US$ 1800 and US$ 2600. If you want to travel in a group to Mera Peak, with about 7 to 12 people, then the cost becomes around US$ 1800. Likewise, for a group of 2 to 6 people, the cost of the standard Mera Peak package goes to be around US$ 2300. Similarly, for a solo climber, the cost is a little bit higher, with a budget of around US$ 2600. It is to be noted that we are lenient in customizing the package according to your convenience. If you want to add in more acclimatization days, or leisure days, we are totally okay with that. However, this would also mean that your budget may slightly increase!

Get to Experience the Infamous Thrilling Lukla Flight

Flying to Lukla is exhilarating, and it takes a lot of courage to stay on that short trip. The flight will be breathtakingly beautiful and exciting. This flight is one of the most exciting aspects of our 19-day Mera Peak itinerary package. What is it about this flight that makes it so thrilling and thrilling? It is, in fact, the landing strip of Lukla Airport. At 525 meters (1,729 feet), it has one of the world's shortest runways and one of the world's highest airports at 9,334 feet (2,845 m).

You've arrived at the world's most dangerous airport when you consider the high gradient of the runway, which dangles down the side of a mountain. Isn't it thrilling? Lukla airport, according to National Geographic and Discovery programs, is the world's most dangerous airport. This is something you would want to add to your list!

Climbing Mera Peak: Accommodations, Food, Safety, and Gear

While trekking, we stay in teahouses while during the peak ascents, we live in a tented camp for about three nights. We have a menu to choose from at the teahouse, and our cook prepares the food while we're on camp. We always carry an oxygen cylinder with a regulator or a Portable Altitude Chamber (PAC) along with a comprehensive medical kit as a safety precaution. In addition, on this climbing trip to Nepal's Mera peak, a satellite phone will be used for communication in the event of an emergency.

Accommodation on the trek, both before and after the climb of Mera Peak, is in comfortable lodges (teahouses) run by local families. Each lodge contains a central communal space with a stove, as well as unheated bedrooms with two beds, mattresses, blankets, and pillows. The lodges usually have gas-powered showers, and some still have the famed 'drop' toilets, however, most now have flush toilets.

The trek's food is of excellent quality, a combination of traditional Nepali / Sherpa cuisine and western dishes. Local Dal Bhat or Momos are delicious, and burgers and chips are a popular meal in Lukla, but not so much on the climb to Mera Peak, as this area is not as developed or as crowded as the major trail north of Lukla to Everest. In the lodges and little businesses along the trail, you'll find everything from beer to batteries to Mars bars.

We'll be sleeping in mountain tents at Mera Peak's base and high camps, which normally sleep two people per tent. We have a four-season sleeping bag and a high-quality sleeping mat with us. Use a sleeping bag liner to sleep in an open zipped 4-season bag lower down if you don't want to become too heated. All of the necessary equipment may be rented quickly and easily.

Difficulty in Mera Peak Climbing

Trekking and climbing Mera Peak are rated to be very strenuous. Before the climbing expedition, you will need to devote a lot of time to preparing. Many of the days on the trekking and climbing tour will be spent trekking for more than 4 to 5 hours as you travel from one site to the next. Thus, you'll need a lot of physical power and energy to keep up with the journey. It's critical to prepare your body for the trip. Regular aerobic exercises, such as running, jogging, and swimming, can aid in maintaining and recharging the body's physical strength while on the move.

Training for Climbing the Mera Peak

In order to accomplish the Mera peak trekking climbing expedition, you must focus your training efforts. The route entails ascending to high altitudes on a daily basis while carrying a heavy weight. Thus, the journey necessitates a combination of diverse strategies for building endurance in your body. Aerobics training is one of the approaches to increasing your core strength that can be used. To put it another way, cardiovascular activities are a requirement for trek-and-climb preparedness.

Cardiovascular training is designed to help you cope with the low oxygen concentration found at high altitudes. Aerobic exercise improves the ability of your heart, lungs, and blood cells to adapt to these conditions. You can also train on treadmills while carrying items on your back, progressively increasing the length and weight.

Altitude Sickness during the Mera Peak Ascent

Altitude sickness is a concern everywhere there are mountains. This type of mountain sickness can occur at elevations exceeding 3500 meters. Mera Peak's journey takes you from Kathmandu's lowest point of 1400 meters to the highest point of 6,476 meters (Mera Peak). You'll be changing elevations every day between these two points.

As a result, anyone who is not accustomed to new or high altitudes may succumb to Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), also known as Altitude Sickness. This is one of the most difficult aspects of the trek up to Mera Peak.

Weather and Temperature at Mera Peak

Higher-elevation weather and temperatures are unstable. There is always a concern about bad weather in such circumstances. At any time, the temperature can drop dramatically, and snowfall can occur on any given day.

If this happens, the already challenging Mera Peak ascent will become even more difficult. For easy climbing, a mild temperature and days without rain or snow are required. Thus, any significant change in weather or temperature can make climbing more difficult.

Best Times for climbing the Mera Peak

The Everest (Khumbu) region's climate is pretty unpredictable. Please keep in mind that the weather in this area is constantly changing and not particularly steady; Nepal has four distinct seasons. In essence, a change in season brings with it a shift in temperature, visibility of scenic views, and advantages and disadvantages. Thus, ascending the Mera Peak in Nepal requires a thorough understanding of the seasons.

Mera Peak, like other locations in Nepal, has four seasons: spring, summer (monsoon), autumn (fall), and winter, due to its varying topography and height. Autumn and spring are the best times to climb Mera Peak out of all of these. Each of these seasons lasts around three months.

Travel Insurance for Mera Peak Ascent

Mera peak travel insurance is mandatory. We propose that you purchase the insurance that covers a helicopter evacuation in the event of an emergency. Things can go wrong at 6000 meters without warning. Thus, travel insurance saves you money on hospitalization and evacuation. If you have insurance, you can hike at a high altitude without fear of becoming ill or suffering serious health problems.

Altitude Sickness during the Mera Peak Expedition

You should be aware of how your body reacts to high altitudes before heading to Mera Peak. While trekking in the Himalayas, it's almost inevitable that you'll experience one or more symptoms of altitude sickness, often known as acute mountain sickness. The human body isn't intended to thrive at elevations of 3000 meters or above, and it will require extra oxygen.

Headaches, a loss of appetite, difficulties sleeping, hazy vision, nausea, difficulty breathing, a fast heart rate, and fatigue are some of the symptoms. However, because the human body's ability to adjust to new settings differs from person to person, not everyone develops altitude sickness.

Mera Peak Emergency and Evacuation

Mera Peak is not far from Lukla, which has a good hospital and an airport for rescuing individuals who have been injured. Some sections of the trek into Mera can be accessed by helicopter, however, this is entirely dependent on weather and visibility. In an emergency, the team, along with the guide and porters, and anybody else present, will be responsible for transferring the wounded. The goal is to get the patient to a safe location and subsequently to a location where an evacuation can take place. Because bad weather is the most prevalent cause of helicopter delays, it's critical to recognize that self-sufficiency and self-management are essential in the Himalayas.

Mera Peak Essential Gear List

  • These are the list of equipment you need solely for the peak climb:
  • Large duffle bag or rucksack & liner
  • Day pack
  • Expedition Jacket, Primaloft or down
  • Stuff sacks, waterproof, various sizes
  • Gaiters
  • Waterproof jacket and trousers, Gore-Tex
  • Fleece or woolen tops
  • Trekking trousers and shorts, T-shirts, shirts
  • Thin socks and thick socks
  • Base layer tops and bottoms
  • Liner gloves, warm gloves, mitts
  • Warm hat, buff/balaclava, sunhat
  • Wash Kit and first aid, towel
  • Sunglasses
  • Trekking boots
  • Mountaineering boots graded B1 or B2 to accommodate crampons
  • Sleeping bag (comfort temperature -20C) and compression sack
  • Thermosets or thick foam sleeping mats for camping only
  • Head torch & spare batteries
  • Water bottles
  • Walking poles
  • Crampons
  • Walking axe & leash
  • Mountaineering harness
  • Climbing slings
  • Karabiners
  • Ascender
  • Prussic loop
ItineraryTrip day to day detail itinerary

You will be met by our airport representative and transferred to your hotel on your arrival at Kathmandu airport and get familiar with your surroundings, refresh & go for a stroll down the road to get a feel of the area you live in, your evening is free. Have supper and retire for the day to get rid of that jet lag with a good night’s rest. This is your first overnight at your hotel in the valley of cows & temples and overnight at hotel.

  • Max. Altitude:1350m/4429ft

After Breakfast at hotel in Kathmandu, we take you for a cultural sightseeing tour of Kathmandu Valley which includes Kathmandu Durbar Square, Monkey Temple, Pashupatinath Temple and Boudhanath Stupa and your tour will include visits of UNESCO declared world heritage sites as you get to see thrilling historic monuments where the echoes of royal conspiracies & tragedy still ring in the corridors of these ancient symbols of a once-upon-a-time thrilling history that still lives on till this day. At eventide, your senior Sherpa guide & our trek manager will visit your hotel to brief you on the whole course of the trip and you will have some time to shop your trekking gear if you need.

  • Meals:Breakfast

After an early morning b/fast at hotel, we take the short but spectacular flight to Lukla where we meet up with our crew, we then begin walking for 3 to 4 hours due east from Lukla, passing through a number of tiny hamlets before entering thick forest on the hillside below the Kalo Himal Ridge and be careful to stay with the group & avoid straying in this section as there are many trails leading away from the main path, there are many streams with numerous places for the first camp, all of which are loosely referred to as Chutanga.

  • Max. Altitude:3,,050m/10,007ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Elevation Gain:1,700m/5,576ft
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge

After having breakfast lodge, we start our trek and you trek up a steep ascended path to cross Zatrawala Pass, from here you can enjoy the spectacular views of Numbur Himal, Kongdi Ri, Karyolang peak and many other mountains and peaks, now you walk along the leveled trail for almost one and half hours and then the trail turns downhill and you trek through this descending path all the way to Zatrabok.

  • Max. Altitude:4700m/15420ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Elevation Gain:1650m/5413ft
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge

After having breakfast at lodge, we start our trek and to reach Kothe you trek up a steep descending path all the way, en route, you pass forests of juniper, rhododendron and other local vegetation that is common at this altitude, the views you can enjoy hereabouts are of Mera peak, Nauleku peak and many other mountains and peaks.

  • Max. Altitude:3,600m/11,811ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Elevation Loss:1,100m/3,609ft
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge

After having breakfast at lodge, we start our trek and you trek along the banks of a river and find bush on both sides of the banks, the path is a gradual ascent and you can enjoy the views of Kusum Kanguru peak and many more famous mountains.

  • Max. Altitude:4356m/14291ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Elevation Gain:7,56m/2,480ft
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge

After having breakfast at lodge, we tart our trek towards the mountain as the trail swings to the east and hike up to Khare, we will pause to climb up the moraine for a view of the unspoiled Sabai Tso glacial lake. A drop in lake level, caused by a recent rupture of the natural dam that held the lake, is clearly visible. We will arrive at Khare and from Khare, the beautiful north face of Mera Peak is in plain view and Mera glacier spills steeply down into the valley.

  • Max. Altitude:5,045m/16551ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Elevation Gain:6,89m/2,260ft
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge

This is an acclimatization day as you can prepare yourself for the actual climb of Mera Peak, this day has been a part of our initial plan to set aside for giving us enough time to acclimatize completely and to enjoy a well earned rest that’s mighty good for our bodies and after we have relaxed truly well, we get more energized to lift up what one would call ‘the true spirit of adventure’.

  • Max. Altitude:5,045m/16551ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge

After having breakfast at lodge, we start our trek and today we trek to base camp and the climb is initially steep, but flattens out as you reach the crest of the glacier. You will negotiate a long flat path on top of the glacier as you make your way to the pass, called Mera La (5,400m, 17,710ft). From here, the views are truly awesome and crevasse fields gently stretch out in front of the pass and you are literally enclosed by a ring of jagged peaks and blue-green glaciers and the remaining route up to the summit of Mera Peak is clearly visible.

  • Max. Altitude:5,300m/17,388ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Elevation Gain:2,55m/8,37ft
  • Accommodation:Tent House

After having breakfast at camp, we climb to high camp, this day you trek a gradual ascending path all the way, and this area is almost covered by an ice glacier, the views leave you breathless as you get to enjoy the Everest, Makalu, Baruntse, Kusum Kanguru and many other mountains and peaks all arrayed in an amazing panorama that delights the soul. Moreover, you feel ecstatic by the magnificent views of Mera Glacier.

  • Max. Altitude:5,780m/18,963ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Elevation Gain:4,80m/1,575ft
  • Accommodation:Tent House

The climb to the summit of Mera starts gradually and much will depend on snow and general weather conditions, the central summit will soon appear above the head of a wide glacier flanked by two ridges. We climb the centre of this over open snowfields and avoid crevasses. The route then swings south-east, eluding below and to the east of the left-hand ridge before turning back right towards the main summit ridge of Mera. Mera is an amalgamation of three summits; the highest is our goal.

We reach this by following a classic snow-ridge to just below the final wall that guards the top. This short steep snow slope is easily climbed but a big push is required to climb the last 50 metres. Your reward, however, is a feeling of rapturous triumph as you survey the brilliant panorama from the summit. After putting our video cameras on overdrive & getting the best pictures on offer besides enjoying the lovely views, we descend by the same route back to our campsite below Khare.

  • Max. Altitude:6,476m/21,241ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Elevation Gain:6,96m/5,779ft
  • Elevation Loss:1,431m/4,,693ft
  • Accommodation:Tent House

There are many wonderful campsites at Khare and the most admired one is at the upper end of Khare lying beneath a group of boulders that will protect us from the cold conditions and this day is used to wait at base camp or high camp in case of bad weather and we could not make summit in the peak.

  • Max. Altitude:5,045m/16,551ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge

After having breakfast at lodge, we start our trek and this day you hike along a gradual descending path passing through Tangnang. This is a small village and you find yak settlements hereabouts. To reach Kothe you follow the same familiar route. On the way you pass forests covered with fir, rhododendron and local vegetation. This tells us we are now getting down to lower altitudes.

  • Max. Altitude:3,600m/11,811ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Elevation Loss:1445m/4740ft
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge

After having breakfast at lodge, we star tour trek and the trail goes steep up all the way to Zatrabok, on the way you pass through forests and green hills with a lot of greenery all around.

  • Max. Altitude:4,700m/15,420ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Elevation Gain:1,100m/3,609ft
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge

After having breakfast at lodge, we start our trek for today and the trail is an ascending path and then you trek onto a descending path to reach Chutanga. En route, you come across a route that’s rocky & pretty rough.

  • Max. Altitude:3,050m/10,007ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Elevation Loss:1,650m/5,413ft
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge

We start our trek after having breakfast at lodge; you trek through forests of fir, rhododendron, oak, junipers and local vegetations of different kinds, the trail you walk along moves downhill all the way to the little airstrip of Lukla, you get to enjoy the views of Numbur Himal, Kongdi Ri, Karyolang peak and many other known mountains and peaks as we pick up steam on the way and this day marks the end of our expedition on these enormous mountains that have been home to us all of these days.

Its now time to celebrate our success & achievement on summiting Mera peak with our sherpa crew who are now close friends & people we’ve come to know all of these weeks and we talk about the wonderful experiences we shared together & take some pictures before we crash out for the night in the wonderful bliss of sleep & an odyssey well accomplished.

  • Max. Altitude:2,840m/9,318ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Elevation Loss:2,10m/6,89ft
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge

After an early morning b/fast, we hope an early flight back to Kathmandu; its now free time, you can do some shopping or write a few post cards home by sharing your wonderful experiences.

  • Max. Altitude:1,350m/4429ft
  • Meals:Breakfast and Dinner
  • Elevation Loss:1,490m/4,889ft
  • Accommodation:3 Star Hotel

It's also spare day in case of bad weather in Lukla if we could not fly on scheduled date and time, or we can organize you a day tour in or around Kathmandu, shopping tour etc if you want: or we can remove this extra day from the tour itinerary if you do not want it so, contact us and consult about options available for the day.

  • Max. Altitude:1,350m/4429ft
  • Meals:Breakfast
  • Accommodation:3 Star Hotel

Our escorts & vehicles will be on standby at your hotel to drop you to the airport. OUTFITTER NEPAL cherishes the relationship developed between us & we thank you for visiting our beautiful country…we know its beauty will bring you back again…some day!! Bon Voyage!.

If you want to take other tours in Nepal such as Chitwan Jungle Safari, Bardia Jungle Safari,Pokhara Tour or Lumbini tour then you can start from today and do let us know if you want to take any tour as we also arrange those tours.

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    Cost DetailsGood to know before trip booking
    What's Included
    • Airport transfers.
    • 4 night hotel in Kathmandu including breakfast.
    • A day sightseeing tour in Kathmandu.
    • Meals (breakfast, lunch & dinner) on trek/climb.
    • Accommodations in lodges/tented camp on trek/climb.
    • A guide & porter (1 porter for each 2 trekkers and a porter carry about 20-22 KG from 2 of you).
    • Climbing guide for the climbing part.
    • Paper works, National park entry permits, climbing permits & TIMS permit.
    • Flight fare (Kathmandu - Lukla- Kathmandu) with domestic airport tax.
    • Collective climbing equipment.
    • Arrangement of emergency Helicopter service which will be paid by your travel insurance company.
    • Sleeping bag, down jackets and duffel bag – if Necessary (return after the trek).
    What's not Included
    • Nepal entry visa fee (you may easily issue the visa upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport - Kathmandu).
    • Your Travel insurance (compulsory).
    • Meals (lunch & dinner in Kathmandu).
    • Your personal expenses, drink water, hot and cold drinks & bar bills.
    • Laundry, telephone, hot shower & internet charge.
    • Personnel climbing equipment.
    • Entrances Fees while visiting Kathmandu on second day.
    • Tips for the guide and porters.
    • Anything not mentioned in included section.
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