Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu Transfer to the Hotel [1,338m]. Hotel.
Day 02: Sightseeing tour of Monkey Temple, Kathmandu durbar Square and Pashupatinath and Boudhanath [1,338m]. "B". Hotel.
Day 03: Mountain Flight to Lukla [2,640 m] "B,L,D". Tea House. (40 m flight and 3-4 hrs trek).
Day 04: Lukla to Chutenga [3,350m] "B,L,D". Tea House.
Day 05: Chutenga to over Zatrela pass overnight at Chatrarbu [4340 m]. "B,L,D". Tea House.
Day 06: Chatrabu to Kothe [3700 m]. "B,L,D". Tea House.
Day 07: Kothe to Thagnak [4,356 m] "B,L,D". Tea House.
Day 08: Thanak Rest for Acclimatization "B,L,D". Tea House.
Day 09: Thanak to Khare [4,900 m] "B,L,D". Tea House.
Day 10: Khare to Mera La [5,200 m] Back to Khare. "B,L,D". Tea House.
Day 11: Mera Base Camp [5,350 m] "B,L,D". O/N in Tent.
Day 12: Mera High Camp [5,800 m] "B,L,D". O/N in Tent.
Day 13: High Camp to Mera Summit [6,476 m] & Return back to Khare. "B,L,D". O/N in Lodge.
Day 14: Khare to Kothe [3,700 m] "B,L,D". Tea House.
Day 15: Kothe to Chatrabu [4,340 m] "B,L,D". Tea House.
Day 16: Chatrabu to Lukla [2800 m] "B,L,D". Tea House.
Day 17: Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel[1,338 m]. "B". Hotel.
Day 18: Free day in Katmandu. [1,338 m]. "B". Hotel.
Day 19: Trip ends! fly back home, taking with you the memory of a life time. "B".
Mera Peak is one of the 19 Trekking peaks of Nepal standing at an elevation of 6,654 meters above sea level. The trek into the Sherpa Villages of Khumbu village will be one of the best moments of one’s life with extraordinary mountain views and abundant wildlife where Yeti is believed to be seen. Locates at the Mahalangur section of the Himalayas, south of Mount Everest , Mera peak offers some absolutely breathtaking views of 8000ers like Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Kanchanjunga along with many other peaks. Special Permit should be taken from Nepal Government inorder to summit this marvelous trekking peak.
Reaching to the summit of Mera Peak has many routes. The first ever successful summit to the top was made by J.O.M Roberts on 20th May 1953 along with Sen Tenzing following the standard route. Northern Route to the summit is suitable for less experienced climbers and trekkers whereas the western and southern route is tougher and only used by experienced climbers as this route is very technical. During the trek we will cross many high passes which are not that technical and basic technical skills of mountaineering should overcome these barriers.