Starting From
US $2259/- Per Person
  • mount Icon Duration 17 Days
  • Max Elevation Icon Max Elevation 6654m
  • Group Size Icon Group Size 2 pax Person
  • Accommodation Icon Accommodation Tea House/Camping
  • Start/End Icon Start/End Lukla- Lukla
  • season Icon Best Season March, April, May, September, October,November

Mera peak with height 6,654m is one of the highest peaks in Nepal which lies between majestic peak Mt. Everest and Mt. Blanc. Mera Peak is situated on the edge of Khumbu region which provides an exciting and scenically stunning trek experience. Conquering Mera Peak allows grabbing unpredictable experience of viewing Mt. Everest, Kanchanjunga, Lhotse, Cho-Oyo and many other beautiful Himalayas of Nepal.

Climbing Mera Peak begins from a short and exciting flight to the airstrip of Lukla and is continued by the trek for days through the high and scenic valleys. The trek will take you through the villages residing by different community of Sherpa, Tamang, Brahman, Chhetri, Newar, etc., it will also make you take encounter their cultures and traditions.

Journey to Mera Peak starts by moving southeast from Lukla and walking all along high, rocky edge hills and mountains with dense forest which will lead to the rural Honku valley. Reaching Tangnang, you will be able to see the stunning glacial lake which lies north of the village. The trek will further move to Khare which will later trek to the glacier that takes to Mera La, the high camp of Mera Peak.

From Mera La camp, breathtaking view of Kanchanjunga, Makalu, Chamlang can be seen to the east and to the north you can see Mt. Everest, Lhotse and Cho-Oyo and Amadablam to the west. Trekking from the camp will take to the summit of Mera Peak from where you will be able to view the heaven of the earth undoubtedly.

Day 1

Welcome to Kathmandu

Upon arrival at the airport, a team member will greet you and transfer you to the hotel in Thamel. Thamel, situated in the heart of Kathmandu, is a lively area filled with restaurants, bars, and shops selling unique Nepalese products and trekking gear. You’ll have the opportunity to explore this vibrant area. You’ll also meet our guide on the same day, who will address any questions or concerns you may have about your Mera Peak Climbing.

Day 2

Fly to Lukla from Kathmandu and trek to Paiya (Chutok).

We take an incredible flight to Lukla. We then start walking for around 3 to 4 hrs, east from Lukla, passing via a number of settlements before going into the thick forest on the hills below the Kalo Himal Edge.

Day 3

Trek from Paiya to Pangkoma.

We will cross Col Khari La (3,081m) and then ultimately reach our destination at Pangkongma, taking around 6 hours.

Day 4

Trek from Pangkoma to Ningsow (Shibuche).

Setting off along a rocky path through a Rhododendron forest, we continue through hills and ridges with the South Face of Mera Peak accompanying us.  There are more forests of pine and Rhododendron, which the trail zigzags through until descending into Ningsow for the night.

Day 5

Trek from Ningsow (Shibuche) to Chhatra khola.

There are more Rhododendron forests today, but the trail is steep and narrow. A very typical Nepal mountain path.  Reaching a stream, we come to a stone cave by the water. It is possible to see some wildlife in this forest area.  We continue through the forest to our overnight stop at Chhatra Khola.

Day 6

Trek from Chhatra khola to Kothe.

If you are lucky, you might spot wildlife such as sloth bears or jungle cats today as the trail again passes through pine and bamboo forests, home to many of these animals.

There is a beautiful vantage point showing the  Hinku Valley and great views of Mera Peak.  Interestingly there is another cave – this time one considered holy to Buddhists, which shows the three elements of Buddha.  After lunch, there is a river ridge to follow to Kothe.

Day 7

Trek from Kothe to Thaknak

We walk from Kothe to Tangnang (4,356m) today passing all the way through Hinku Valley (4,600m). You will be moving all alongside the bank of a stream and find bush on both sides.

Day 8

Thaknak to Khare

Another short walking day over the lateral moraine of the Dig Glacier to the Dig Kharka pasture.  Passing Hinku Nup and Shar Glacier, the trail is very steep but with wonderful views of the mountains, including Charpate Himal and the north face of Mera Peak.  Our tented camp is set up at Khare.

Day 9

Khare Acclimatization and pre-climb training

Today we spent the day training and checking the gear in preparation for the upcoming climb.

Day 10

Trek from Khare to Mera Base Camp.

This is another acclimatization day as you can arrange yourself for climbing the Mera Peak. You will observe beautiful and distinctive atmosphere here.

Day 11

Mera High Camp to Summit and back to Khare

This is the day you have been waiting for! The climb starts around 2 am with breakfast, followed by a 4 to 5-hour hike to reach the summit. Mt Everest, Cho Oyu, Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Kangtega, Chamlang and Baruntse surround you.

Not to mention several other peaks over 6,000m.  What a wonderful view, amazing photographs, and memories you will have to take home.  After some time, leave the summit and hike back to Khare for a well-deserved rest.

Day 12

Reserve Day for Contingency

One day is kept in case there is bad weather on the summit day or in case of illness in the group.

Day 13

Trek back from Khare to Kothe.

After a good breakfast, retrace your steps back to Kothe.  With the experience of summiting Mera Peak under our belts, the valley, glaciers, and pastures seem even more vibrant than before.

Day 14

Kothe to Thuli Kharka

Good bye rocky terrain and hello again, Rhododendron, bamboo, and pine forests.  We follow the Hinku River ridge with views of Mera Peak, reminding us of our accomplishments.

Day 15

Thuli Kharla to Lukla via Zatrwa La pass

It takes a couple of hours to reach the pass and cross it; we say goodbye to the Makalu Barun National Park and hello to Lukla Valley on display before us.  This is the last night of the adventure before the flight back to Kathmandu.  We also say goodbye to the crew who are not returning with us.

Day 16

Fly to Kathmandu.

We’ll catch an early morning flight from Lukla to Kathmandu. Upon arrival, you’ll be taken to your hotel in Kathmandu where you can unwind and rejuvenate. Afterwards, take the opportunity to explore the city, shop for souvenirs, or visit any nearby attractions you might have missed at the start of your journey.

Day 17

Final Departure

Depending on your flight schedule, you might have some leisure time to further explore Kathmandu after breakfast. One of our team members will then accompany you to the airport a few hours before your departure time, carrying with you unforgettable memories from your Mera Peak Climbing. As your reliable travel partner, Nepal Royal Tourism Holiday (, we’re thankful for the opportunity to have shared this extraordinary journey with you. Until we meet again, travel safely!


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2259 USD

16 Nights, 17 Days

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