Mera Peak - 20 Days


  • Duration : 20 Days
  • Max People : 2 +
  • Season : Sep - Nov & March - May
  • Difficulty : Strenous
  • Start Point : Lukla
  • Max Altitude : 6464m


Mera Peak is located in the Makalu Barun National Park in the eastern part of the Nepal Himalayas. The region is renowned for its biodiversity and offers various adventure activities. It presents an excellent opportunity to witness wildlife such as musk deer and snow leopards, as well as a diverse range of flora and fauna.

While climbing Mera Peak, you'll have the chance to observe spectacular sunsets and sunrises over the Himalayas from the summit. The climb also provides stunning views of the world's highest mountains including Mount Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Lhotse, and Cho Oyu, among others. Along the trekking route, you'll pass by hidden ancient Buddhist stupas and monasteries.

Trip Highlights:

  • Ascend the highest trekking peak in Nepal.
  • Trek through the wild and remote Hinku and Hongu valleys.
  • Witness the breathtaking bloom of pink, purple, red, and white rhododendrons.

Trip Departure:

We cater to both solo and group travelers for unforgettable experiences with people from around the globe. Prior to departure, we confirm the number of clients in your group. We guarantee all group departure dates, even if there's only one person signed up for the trekking expedition.

Difficulty Level:

Mera Peak climbing requires basic technical skills and may involve reaching high altitudes, demanding a high level of physical exertion. Trekkers should be prepared for 5 to 10 hours of hiking per day, often gaining significant elevation.

Important Notes:

Your safety is our top priority at Ama Adventure. Please remain flexible as necessary:

  • Flights to Lukla are frequently delayed due to weather conditions.
  • In the event of flight cancellations, be prepared for alternative arrangements.
  • Your trip leader has the authority to adjust itineraries based on local conditions and their judgment.
  • Itinerary modifications may occur due to medical concerns, unexpected weather, or natural disasters.
  • Our team endeavors to ensure your comfort and the smooth running of the trip.

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After arriving at the airport we will be welcomed by a representative of Ama Adventure. Furthermore, check into a hotel and explore the surrounding neighborhoods.
After Breakfast, we start a tour around the world Heritage sites from Swayambhunath that is a popular pilgrimage site for both Hindu and Buddhist devotees and known as the self-created stupa. Tour continues to Pashupatinath temple, a famous pilgrimage site for Hindu devotees. The day tour ends at the Boudhanath stupa, considered the largest stupa in South Asia.
Early in the morning, we will fly to Lukla, which takes around 35 minutes.  Lukla is the starting point of our Mera peak climbing. We started trekking to Paiya through some Sherpa settlements, Farmland, and Buddhist Chorten, overnight in Paiya.  
After breakfast, we trek through rhododendron and bamboo forests on a narrow trail. On today’s trip, we also get to be in awe of the Dudh Kosi Valley. We continue our trek to Panggom Village.  This village is dependent on farming and trading, Overnight in the Panggom village.
We begin our trek after breakfast. we cross the Panggung La pass. Then we ascend, trek on a steady path and turn north. We cross Ningsow Khola before reaching the Ningsow Village, Overnight in Ningsow.
Today, we climbed first Ramailo Dada and then descended into the dense forest. From here we get extraordinary views of Mera Peak and Salpa. After ascending and descending on our trail, we enter the Makalu Barun National Park. Our trail from here to Chhatra Khola. On the way, if we are lucky, we might even come across the elusive Red Panda. Overnight in Chhatra Khola.
We trek towards the north on the main trail to Mera Peak. On the trekking trail next to the Majang Khola, we merge with another trail that moves alongside the Hinku Khola. Our trail moves straight ahead towards Taktok which has seasonal tea shops. We continue our trek to reach Kothe, Overnight in Kothe.  

Price Includes

    •   All ground transportation   
    •   Accommodation in Kathmandu and during trekking   
    •   Professional guide and assistant guide/trainee guide   
    •   All meals during your trip (Breakfast/Lunch and Dinner)   
    •   Welcome and farewell dinner  
    •   Staff costs include their salary, insurance, food and accommodation  
    •   National park Tims permits and all paper works. 1om/22p)  
    •   Medical kits   

Not Includes

    • Trip cancelations cost
    • International flight Tickets
    • Personal items
    • Food outside of designated meals
    • Travel and Rescue insurance
    • Snacks during trekking
    • Tip for Guide and other staff


Gear List  for Mera Peak Climbing 

Before leave for the trip please double check you gear;

  1. Cloth for Kathmandu
  2. Heavy / Medium down jacket (- 20 degree)
  3. Fleece Jacket-1
  4. Insulation.
  5. Synthetic Hiking T-shirt - 4
  6. Synthetic long underwear top and button
  7. Wollen Hat
  8. Synthetic Hat
  9. Gloves.
  10. Hiking and climbing Boots Waterproof
  11. Nylon - wool blend shocks - 4 pairs
  1. Sandals/sneakers
  2. Day pack
  3. Water Bottle and Gaiters
  4. Headlamp
  5. Quick dry Towel
  6. Personal Medicine and Toiletries
  7. Sleeping Bag (- 20 degree)
  8. Ziplock Bag for Toilet papers and other necessary items such as the passport and others
  9. Hand sanitizer
  10. Wet Wipes

Other Optional Items

  1. Guide Book
  2. Trekking Poles
  3. Camera
  4. Basic Medicine (Pepto, Bismol, Advil, Imodium)
  5. Bandana for dust and wind
  6. Energy Bars
  7. Gaiters

Documents and Logistics

  1. Flight Information
  2. Photocopy of Passport (original passport also needed to make special permit)
  3. 4 Passport size photo for Tims and permit
  4. Medical Insurance Card
  5. Valid Passport
  6. Cash for souvenirs, Incidental cost and tipping for staff



Mera peak is considered as the one of the highest climbing peaks of Nepal. It is not difficult at an extreme altitude of 6,461m.Mera peak climbing is a great introduction to high altitude climbing and the most appropriate climb before attempting for other challenging mountain expeditions.
It is possible to climb Mera Peak all through the year but summer time is not recommended due to the heavy monsoon.Spring Autumn is considered to be the best and most suitable time of the year for any climbing journey in the Himalayas. Mera peak can also be attempted during the winter but the extreme cold could be challenging for those who are not experienced with high altitudes.
Obviously yes! In normal situations our blocked trips are guaranteed to run. Your trip will continue even if your other travellers cancel the trip. Unless there is a situation which is out of control such as a political riot, natural disaster, pandemic, epidemic or weather catastrophes, our trip is 100% guaranteed.
Ama adventure offers a lifetime deposit policy which allows you the flexibility to transfer your deposit to anyone or any other trip. If you wish to cancel your confirmed trips, certain cancelation  charges apply . For detailed information visit the booking terms and conditions.
You will be traveling with a group with a similar interest unless you book for the private tour.You will be guided by experiences and professional local climbing instructor who have been summit successfully multiple times.Your guide will provide you with important tips and teach you the tricks while assisting you from day one.

Even though it is known to be a trekking peak; It requires some mountaineering, Mera peak is known to be a trekking peak that requires proper trekking gear and equipment. Please check the essential peak climbing equipment section.

You will get 3 healthy meals each day while climbing Mera peak. Generally you will have your breakfast, lunch and dinner where you stay everyday. Lunch will be provided at the teahouse along the way. While staying at the tented camps during the climb we will be served packed lunch along with tea or coffee. Breakfast and Dinner are freshly prepared by my own climbing cooks. The meals contain fresh fruits and organic ingredients sourced from Kathmandu and local villages.
While trekking in the lower region you will stay in available Tea Houses or lodges.During your climb you will overnight in camping tents for 3, 4 nights. We will provide separate guest tents, Toilet tents and Kitchen tents.
You do not require special technical mountaineering experience for Mera Peak climbing as long as you are fit and strong enough to walk for several hours for several days on varied terrains. You may need to hold the ropes, use an ice pick, harness and iceboot on the slopes during the climb. Before arriving in Nepal we will provide instructions about the techniques for the climb. The gear and basic climbing skill training is also set aside one or two day before the summit.
Mera peak is a mountain that is above 6,000m so we recommend having an insurance policy that covers evacuation at least up to the altitudes of 6,461m. We also recommend you to get insured for medical issues, flight delays, cancellations and other issues.
Yes, of course you will need a climbing permit. The permit for the climbing was easily acquired through a registered and licensed agency. Each of you need to purchase both nationalpark and climbing permits. Ama Adventure will arrange all the paperwork and climbing permits.
Yes, You must pack both climbing and trekking boots on this trip because you have to trek for several days to reach the Mera Peak.  


Climber Paradise Mera Peak
Climber Paradise Mera Peak

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