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Imagine having the opportunity to soak up the magnificent offering of the nature, amidst nowhere, where no one knows you and where you can completely be yourself. Imagine escaping the entire hubbub and taking a break, out in the Himalayas with cold weather and warm heart, tiring walks and a rewarding view. Even the thought of it makes us feel refreshed.

Turning your reality into a better version of your expectations, Mera Peak Climbing, the highest permitted trekking peak in Nepal accordant with the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) with an altitude of 6476 m is a wholesome eccentric package providing you with an indescribably sublime experience. The Mera Peak Cimbing package is indeed considered as one of the most tempting packages in Nepal.

Resting at the top of the Hinku valley within the Everest region, Mera Peak provides its visitors with picturesque view of the numerous snow capped mountains, the dense forests and the typical Nepalese village being the best of its kind.

Words cannot do justice to what one witnesses from the top. Providing the 360 degree panoramic view of the world’s 5 out of 6 highest peaks; namely Mount Everest, Mount Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu and Kanchenjunga; the view is indisputably one of the best that the mountains from all around the world have to offer.

Being an attainable climb compared to other 6000m high peaks, Mera Peak attracts a lot of hodophiles with a culturally delightful journey and a view totally worth the efforts.


Highlights of Mera Peak Climbing:

  • The package itself is an opportunity to climb the highest trekking peak in Nepal.
  • Majestic view of mountains including Mount Everest, Mount Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu and Kanchenjunga is something to add up to the most surreal experiences of your life.
  • The Nepalese community is known for its culture and the genuinely warm-hearted people who consider their guests as god. Travel over and feel the warm family-like feeling that the typical Nepalese communities have to offer on your way to the top.

Best Season for Mera Peak Climbing:

The most favorable time for Mera Peak Climbing is Spring: from March to May and Autumn: from September to November.

Having said that; it is not that you cannot have a good climb and view during winter, instead, the view is crystal clear during winter. But for the crystal clear view, you need to be able to be prepared for an extra amount of cold during the winter season. Also, if you want to travel avoiding mass of other travelers, winter is the best time for you.


Difficulty Level of Mera Peak Climbing:

Mera Peak is considered as a less-technical peak which means that the climbers do not need to have past experience in order to have a successful climb. However, the ones with past experience can in fact have some percent of advantage.

Climbing the Mera Peak is not technically difficult but an average fitness level and sound medical health is expected from the climbers. Stamina of a person plays a huge role in the climb. Moreover, proper gears and equipment also play a major role.

What to Expect:

While the motive of Family Adventures has always been to provide quality service in an affordable price, we have tried our ultimate best over the years to make our guests’ time and efforts worthwhile. Below are the services included and excluded by our costs.

Cost Includes:

  • Airport picks and drops by our representative in a private vehicle.
  • Accommodation in the hotels at Kathmandu s per a Bed and Breakfast plan, prior to itinerary.
  • Airfare for the domestic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and then back to Kathmandu including tax.
  • Accommodation during the trekking in Lodges.
  • Accommodation during the climbing phase in camps.
  • The entire meals during both trekking and climbing phase which includes Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner along with tea and coffee.
  • Some of the major necessities which includes Duffle bags, Sleeping bags and down jackets.
  • Fresh local fruits.
  • All sort of ground transportation required during the tour as per the itinerary.
  • The entire legal paperwork to initiate a climb which includes entrance fee and climbing permits.
  • Professional government-licensed climbing guide including their food, accommodation, equipments, transportation, insurance and domestic airfare for the tour.
  • Experienced climbing guide along with porters (one porter for two climbers) to carry your essentials.
  • The complete Mera Peak trekking map.
  • Necessary camping gears including climbing rope.
  • Medical kit for safety.
  • Required rescue arrangement charges.
  • All necessary government and local taxes.

Cost Excludes:

  • Nepal entry visa fee and international airfare.
  • Lunch and Dinner during your stay at Kathmandu.
  • Any type of beverage, may it be alcoholic or non-alcoholic.
  • Any type of personal expenses.
  • Any additional services like additional porter, laundry service or phone call bills.
  • Personal trekking and climbing gears necessary for the tour.
  • Tips for the staffs i.e. guides and porters.
  • Anything other than the cost includes mentioned above thoroughly.


Required Climbing Permit:

The Mera Peak climbing permit varies depending upon seasons depending upon the favorability of time.

  • Spring Season (March-April-May): USD $250
  • Autumn Season (September-October-November): USD $125
  • Winter Season (December-January-February): USD $70
  • Summer Season (June-July-August): USD $70

As our trek passes through Sagarmatha National Park, another legal document required for the tour is Sagarmatha National Part entry.


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