Mera Peak Climbing
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Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak, nestled in Nepal's Khumbu region near Everest, offers an attainable mountaineering experience with a non-technical climb. The expedition typically spans 15-20 days, involving a trek through picturesque landscapes and Sherpa villages, acclimatization stops, and the ascent via a standard route with three high camps. While not requiring advanced skills, climbers should be familiar with crampons and ice axes. Safety and acclimatization are paramount, and guided expeditions are recommended for a well-supported and successful summit at 6,476 meters.

Fact About Trip

Trip Duration:

18 days

Trekking area:

Lukla-Zatra La Pass (4610m)-Tagnag-Mera Base Camp.

Cost of trekking:

1790

Group Size:

2-16

Maximum altitude:

6,476

Best Season:

March to May/September to November

Transportation:

On flight

Trekking grade:

Peak Climbing

Trek Start from:

Lukla

Trek End at:

Lukla

Mode of Trek:

Moderate

Overview of Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak is one of the highest trekking peaks in Nepal and a popular destination for climbers and trekkers.Mera Peak is located in the Sagarmatha (Everest) National Park, in the Khumbu region of Nepal. Mera Peak has three main summits: Mera North (6,476 meters or 21,247 feet), Mera Central (6,461 meters or 21,198 feet), and Mera South (6,065 meters or 19,898 feet). The highest, Mera North, is the most commonly climbed. Mera Peak offers stunning panoramic views of the surrounding Himalayan giants, including Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, and Kanchenjunga. It's a relatively less technical climb, making it accessible to climbers with basic mountaineering skills and experience.

The starting point for the climb is usually Lukla, which is accessible by a short domestic flight from Kathmandu.

While Mera Peak is considered a non-technical climb, it does require a good level of physical fitness, endurance, and basic mountaineering skills. The final ascent involves walking on a glacier and using ice axes and crampons. Some rope work may also be required, especially if crevasses are prevalent.

The best times to climb Mera Peak are during the pre-monsoon (spring) season (March to May) and the post-monsoon (autumn) season (September to November). These seasons generally offer stable weather conditions and clear views.

Climbing Itinerary:

  • Arrival in Kathmandu: Arrive in Kathmandu, obtain necessary permits, and make preparations for the climb.

  • Flight to Lukla: Take a domestic flight to Lukla, the starting point of the trek.

  • Trek to Mera Base Camp: Trek through picturesque villages, forests, and valleys to reach Mera Base Camp. Acclimatization days are usually included in the itinerary to help climbers adjust to the altitude.

  • High Camp: Establish a high camp on the glacier, usually around 5,800 meters (19,029 feet), as a staging point for the summit push.

  • Summit Day: Begin the ascent in the early morning to take advantage of firm snow conditions. The climb involves ascending a glacier and a gradual slope to the summit. Enjoy breathtaking views from the top.

  • Descent: After reaching the summit, descend back to high camp and continue down to lower altitudes over the next few days.

  • Trek Back: Return trek to Lukla and take a flight back to Kathmandu.

Permits: Climbers need to obtain a climbing permit from the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) and a national park entry permit for the Sagarmatha National Park.

Guided vs. Independent: While it's possible to attempt Mera Peak independently, many climbers opt for guided expeditions led by experienced guides and Sherpas. Guides provide assistance with logistics, equipment, and navigation.

Equipment: Climbers need to bring their own mountaineering gear, including warm clothing, technical equipment (crampons, ice axe, harness, helmet), and a good sleeping bag.

Actual Adventure Private Limited has made the standard itinerary of this trail. If this cannot accomplish the requirement of the visitor, we will provide itinerary as upon the requirement of them as well. We recommend Mar to May and Aug to Nov as the best trekking season in Nepal. We organize any type of trekking in these season.

Mera Peak Climbing Itinerary
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Arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA):

You'll arrive at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), located in Kathmandu, Nepal. The airport is the primary gateway for international travelers visiting Nepal.

Immigration and Customs:

After disembarking, you havce to follow the signs to immigration. Have your passport, visa, and arrival card ready for processing. After that proceed to the baggage claim area to collect your luggage. Pass through customs where your bags might be subject to inspection.

Meet and Greet:

Once you exit the customs area, you'll be met by a representative from the Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd that you've arranged your Mera Peak expedition with. The representative will have a sign with your name or the Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd's name, making it easy to identify them.

Transfer to the Hotel:

The representative will assist with your luggage and escort you to a waiting vehicle for transportation to your hotel. The drive from the airport to your hotel in Kathmandu usually takes around 20 to 30 minutes, depending on traffic.

Check-In at the Hotel:

Upon reaching the hotel, the representative will help you with the check-in process. You'll receive information about the hotel facilities, dining options, and any activities available.

Briefing and Preparations:

Depending on the arrival time, there might be a briefing session scheduled for the day or the following morning. This briefing is where you'll receive detailed information about the upcoming trek and climbing expedition. You'll meet your guide and possibly other members of the climbing team during the briefing. During the briefing, you'll get an overview of the itinerary, safety precautions, gear requirements, and any necessary paperwork.

Free Time and Rest:

After the briefing or check-in, you'll have the rest of the day to rest, recover from your flight, and adjust to the new time zone. Feel free to explore the immediate surroundings of your hotel, engage in some light sightseeing, or simply relax.

Overnight Stay at the Hotel:

You'll spend the night at the hotel in Kathmandu. Use this time to settle in, prepare your belongings, and get a good night's sleep before starting your trekking adventure.

Food
Breakfast Lunch Dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
1345

Kathmandu Sightseeing, Permit Issuing, Preparation, and Briefing

Morning:

Permit Issuing:

After breakfast at the hotel, The Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd's representative will guide you through the process of obtaining the necessary permits for your Mera Peak climb. This typically includes the Sagarmatha National Park entry permit and the Mera Peak climbing permit. You might need to provide some personal information, passport details, and a few passport-sized photos.

Last-Minute Shopping:

If there are any essential items you need for the climb that you haven't brought with you, this is a good time to do some last-minute shopping. You can visit outdoor gear shops, mountaineering stores, or other markets to purchase any missing gear or equipment. Common items might include warm clothing, gloves, headwear, trekking poles, and other necessary accessories.

Optional Sightseeing:

If you're interested and have the energy, you could use the morning to embark on a short sightseeing tour of Kathmandu's cultural sites. Popular options include visiting Swayambhunath Stupa (also known as the Monkey Temple) or Boudhanath Stupa, both of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Afternoon:

Lunch:

Enjoy a leisurely lunch at a local restaurant in Kathmandu, savoring Nepali cuisine or international dishes.

Preparation and Packing:

After having lunch, you will return to the hotel to organize and pack your gear for the trek and climb. Lay out all the items you've gathered and purchased, ensuring you have everything needed for the adventure ahead. The Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd's  representative or guide might provide you with guidelines on what to pack and how to organize your belongings.

Briefing Session:

In the afternoon, there might be a formal briefing session organized by Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd  or our guide. During this briefing, you'll receive detailed information about the itinerary, daily schedules, climbing techniques, safety protocols, and other important aspects of the expedition. This is also an opportunity to meet your guide and fellow climbers, ask questions, and clarify any doubts you might have.

Evening:

Rest and Relaxation:

After a busy day of preparation and information-sharing, take some time to relax and rest at the hotel. It's important to get a good night's sleep before the journey begins.

Dinner:

Enjoy a nourishing dinner at the hotel or explore nearby restaurants.

Overnight Stay at the Hotel:

Spend another night at the hotel in Kathmandu, resting up for the journey ahead.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
1345

Morning:

Breakfast:

Begin our day with breakfast at the hotel in Kathmandu.

Check-Out and Transfer to the Airport:

Check out from the hotel and make sure we have all our belongings, especially our trekking permits and important documents. Our Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd's  representative will assist us in transferring to Tribhuvan International Airport for our flight to Lukla.

Flight to Lukla:

We'll board a small domestic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. The flight is an adventure in itself, offering breathtaking views of the Himalayas as we approach the Tenzing-Hillary Airport in Lukla. The flight usually takes around 45 minutes.

Arrival in Lukla (2860m):

After landing at Lukla, we'll disembark and have a short break. Lukla is the starting point of many treks and climbing expeditions in the Everest region.

Trek to Paiya (Chutok):

Start of Trek:

Begin our trek from Lukla to Paiya (Chutok). The trekking trail gradually descends from Lukla to the Dudh Koshi River before ascending again.

Scenic Trail:

Enjoy the scenic trail as we pass through villages, lush forests, and terraced fields. The route might involve some uphill and downhill sections, offering glimpses of the local culture and natural beauty.

Lunch Break:

Take a break for lunch at a teahouse or lodge along the trail. We'll have the chance to refuel and rest.

Continuation of Trek:

Resume our trek after lunch, following the trail through more villages and landscapes.

Arrival in Paiya (Chutok) (2800m):

We'll reach Paiya (Chutok) after approximately 5 to 6 hours of trekking. Paiya is a small settlement where we'll spend the night. It's a great opportunity to interact with the locals and experience the mountain culture.

Evening:

Rest and Relaxation:

Upon arrival in Paiya, check in at the teahouse or lodge where we'll be staying for the night. Take some time to rest, freshen up, and relax after the day's trek.

Dinner:

Enjoy a hearty dinner at the teahouse or lodge, typically consisting of local and international dishes.

Overnight Stay in Paiya:

Spend the night in Paiya, resting and acclimatizing to the altitude. This is an essential part of preventing altitude-related issues as we gradually gain elevation.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
2800

Trek from Paiya (Chutok) to Pangam La Pass

Morning:

Breakfast:

Begin our day with a nourishing breakfast at the teahouse or lodge in Paiya.

Start of Trek:

Start our trek from Paiya, continuing our journey towards Pangam La Pass. The trail will gradually ascend as we make our way towards the pass. The trail will take us through dense forests, offering scenic views of the surrounding landscapes. As we ascend, we'll likely experience changes in vegetation and enjoy glimpses of the mountains in the distance.

Mid-Morning Break:

We'll take a short break along the trail to rest, hydrate, and maybe have a light snack.

Continuation of Trek:

Lunch Break:

After a few hours of trekking, we'll stop for lunch at a suitable spot along the trail or at a teahouse en route. Use this time to refuel and take a break.

Afternoon:

Ascent to Pangam La Pass (2850m):

We'll continue our trek, following the path that leads us to Pangam La Pass. Pangam La is a small pass located at an altitude of 2850 meters (9350 feet). As we approach the pass, the landscape might become more rugged, and we'll likely be rewarded with beautiful panoramic views.

Arrival at Pangam La Pass:

After a total trekking duration of approximately 7 hours, we'll reach Pangam La Pass. We'll take some time to appreciate the achievement and soak in the stunning mountain scenery that surrounds us.

Evening:

Check-In at Accommodation:

After arriving at Pangam La, check in at the teahouse or lodge where we'll be staying for the night. We'll spend the rest of the evening resting and relaxing after a long day of trekking. Use this time to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere and bond with fellow trekkers or climbers.

 

Enjoy a hearty dinner at the teahouse or lodge. The meal will provide the nourishment needed for your physical recovery.

Dinner and Overnight Stay in Pangam La:

We'll spend the night in Pangam La. Ensure us to get a good night's sleep to rejuvenate for the upcoming days of our trek.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2850

Trek from Pangnam La to Thuli Kharka

Morning:

Breakfast and Preparation:

Begin our day with a filling breakfast at the teahouse or lodge in Pangam La. Organize our daypack with essentials such as water, snacks, a hat, sunscreen, and a camera.

Start of Trek:

Depart from Pangam La and commence our trek towards Thuli Kharka. The initial part of the trail may lead through meadows and forests. As we ascend, we'll gradually leave the lower altitude landscapes behind and enter into higher alpine terrain.

Mid-Morning Break:

Take a brief break to rest and enjoy the scenery. Stay hydrated by sipping water regularly.

Continuation of Trek:

Lunch Break:

Stop for lunch at a suitable teahouse or a scenic spot along the trail. While enjoying our meal, take in the breathtaking views of the mountains and the surrounding landscapes.

Afternoon:

Passing Through Villages:

Continue our trek through charming mountain villages and remote settlements. We might have the opportunity to interact with local residents and learn about their way of life. As we near Thuli Kharka, the trail may become steeper, and we'll notice the effects of the higher altitude. We'll take our time, maintain a steady pace, and follow our guide's instructions.

Arrival at Thuli Kharka:

After approximately 6 hours of trekking, we'll reach Thuli Kharka. Thuli Kharka is a picturesque Himalayan village surrounded by panoramic views of snow-capped peaks.

Evening:

Check-In at Accommodation:

Check in at the teahouse or lodge in Thuli Kharka where we'll be spending the night. We'll spend the evening relaxing and unwinding after a day of trekking. Marvel at the clear mountain air and the breathtaking scenery that surrounds us .

Dinner Overnight Stay in Thuli Kharka:

Enjoy a warm and nourishing dinner at the teahouse or lodge. We'll engage in conversations with fellow trekkers and climbers, sharing stories and experiences. We'll spend the night in Thuli Kharka, ensuring us get sufficient rest at this higher altitude.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
3900

Trek from Thuli Kharka to Kothe

Morning:

Breakfast and Preparation:

Today we'll begin our day with a nourishing breakfast at the teahouse or lodge in Thuli Kharka. Then we'll check our daypack to ensure we have all the essentials for the day's trek.

Start of Trek:

We start our trek from Thuli Kharka and setting out for the village of Kothe. The trail may descend initially before gradually ascending. The path will take us through beautiful alpine landscapes, offering stunning views of the mountains and valleys.

Mid-Morning Break:

Take a brief break along the trail to rest, hydrate, and maybe have a small snack.

 

Lunch Break:

Along the way we pause for lunch at a teahouse or a suitable spot on the trail. Here we will enjoy our meal while taking in the scenic surroundings.

Afternoon:

Ascent to Kothe (4095m):

We'll continue our trek towards Kothe, ascending to the village located at an altitude of 4095 meters. The trail will lead us  through dense forests and open meadows, offering varying landscapes.

Arrival at Kothe:

After approximately 5 hours of trekking, we'll reach KotheKothe is a charming village situated along the trekking route and surrounded by natural beauty.

Evening:

Check-In at Accommodation:

Upon arrival in Kothe, check in at the teahouse or lodge where we'll be staying for the night. We'll spend the evening unwinding and enjoying the serene ambiance of Kothe. We'll be at a higher altitude, so make sure to take it easy and stay hydrated.

Dinner:

Have a delicious dinner at the teahouse or lodge, typically consisting of local and comforting dishes.

Overnight Stay in Kothe.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
4095

Trek from Kothe to Thangnak

Morning:

Breakfast and Preparation:

Today we'll begin our day with a hearty breakfast at the teahouse or lodge in Kothe. We'll ensure that we have all the necessary gear and supplies for the day's trek.

Start of Trek:

We'll embark on our trek from Kothe, setting out towards the village of Thangnak. The trail might involve a gradual ascent as we continue our journey. We'll enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding mountains and landscapes as we trek through this remote region.

Mid-Morning Break:

Along Take a short break along the trail to rest and refuel. Stay hydrated by sipping water regularly.

Continuation of Trek:

Lunch Break:

Along the way we will stop for lunch at a suitable spot or a teahouse en route. We'll use this time to relax and recharge before continuing our trek.

Afternoon:

Ascent to Thangnak (4350m):

We'll continue our trek, ascending towards the village of Thangnak. The trail might become steeper as we gain altitude.

Arrival at Thangnak:

After approximately 5 hours of trekking, we'll reach ThangnakThangnak is a higher-altitude settlement, providing a gateway to further trekking and climbing adventures.

Evening:

Check-In at Accommodation:

In the evening we'll check in at the teahouse or lodge in Thangnak where we'll be spending the night. We'll spend the evening resting and acclimatizing to the higher altitude of Thangnak. We'll take in the breathtaking views and the pristine mountain environment.

Dinner:

We'll enjoy a warm and nourishing dinner at the teahouse or lodge, replenishing our energy for the next day's trek.

Overnight Stay in Thangnak.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
4350

Rest and Acclimatization Day at Thangnak

Morning:

Breakfast:

We'll start our day with a leisurely breakfast at the teahouse or lodge in Thangnak. Here we'll enjoy a hearty meal to fuel our day of exploration and acclimatization.

Acclimatization Hike:

Today is dedicated to acclimatization, which is essential as we continue to ascend to higher altitudes. Our guide might plan a short hike to a higher elevation and then return to Thangnak for the night. This helps our body adapt to the thinner air and reduces the risk of altitude-related issues. During our acclimatization hike, we'll have the opportunity to soak in panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and landscapes.

Enjoy Nature:

In our rest day, we'll take our time to enjoy the natural beauty of the area, which might include serene alpine meadows, glacial streams, and breathtaking vistas.

Afternoon:

Lunch:

In middle of our hiking site, either we will pause in a open place where we'll enjoy a packed lunch  or return to the teahouse for a midday meal, depending on the schedule. After our acclimatization hike, we'll spend the afternoon resting and relaxing at the teahouse or lodge. We'll choose to use this time to recharge, read, or simply take in the mountain views.

Evening:

Dinner and overnight Stay in Thangnak:

We'll have a nourishing dinner at the teahouse or lodge, enjoying a meal with fellow trekkers and climbers. We'll spend another night in Thangnak, allowing our body to further adjust to the altitude.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
4350

Trek from Thangnak to Khare

Morning:

Breakfast and Preparation:

Begin our day with a hearty breakfast at the teahouse or lodge in Thangnak. Check our gear, make sure we have our essentials, and prepare for the day's trek.

Start of Trek:

Start our trek from Thangnak towards the destination of Khare. The trail might lead through high-altitude terrain as we continue our ascent.

Stunning Landscapes:

As we trek, we'll take in the breathtaking vistas of the surrounding peaks and glaciers. The landscape becomes increasingly rugged and awe-inspiring as we approach Khare.

Mid-Morning Break:

We'll take a short break along the trail to rest and enjoy the views. Staying hydrated is crucial at higher altitudes.

Continuation of Trek:

Lunch Break:

We'll pause for lunch at a teahouse or suitable spot along the trail. We'll use this time to refuel and rest before the final stretch to Khare.

Afternoon:

Arrival at Khare (5045m):

After approximately 4 hours of trekking, we'll arrive in KhareKhare is the base camp for Mera Peak climbing and a crucial point on our journey.

Evening:

Check-In at Accommodation:

Upon arriving in Khare, check in at the teahouse or lodge where we'll be staying for the night. We'll spend the evening resting and acclimatizing to the higher altitude of Khare.We're now at a significant altitude, so give our body time to adjust.

Dinner and overnight Stay in Khare:

After enjoy a nourishing dinner at the teahouse or lodge, fueling up for the days ahead, we'll spend the night in Khare, preparing for the next stages of our Mera Peak climbing expedition.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
5045

Rest, Preparation, and Acclimatization Day at Khare

Morning:

Breakfast:

We'll start our day with a wholesome breakfast at the teahouse or lodge in Khare. We'll fuel our body for the day's activities and acclimatization efforts.

Acclimatization Hike:

Similar to our previous acclimatization day, this day is dedicated to further adapting to the higher altitude. Our guide might lead us on a short hike to a higher elevation and then return to Khare for the night.

Preparation and Packing:

Climbing Gear Check:

We'll use this day to check and organize our climbing gear, ensuring everything is in proper condition. Double-check our harness, crampons, ice axe, and other equipment required for the climb.

Briefing and Training:

Our guide might provide a briefing on climbing techniques, safety measures, and the plan for the upcoming summit attempt. We might also receive some training on using the climbing equipment, if necessary.

Afternoon:

Lunch:

Enjoy a nourishing lunch at the teahouse or lodge, refueling for the day's activities.

Rest and Relaxation:

We'll spend the afternoon resting and relaxing at the lodge. We'll use this time to read, journal, or simply appreciate the mountain views.

Evening:

Dinner:

In the evening, we'll have a satisfying dinner at the teahouse, sharing stories with fellow trekkers and climbers.

Overnight Stay in Khare.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
5045

Trek to Mera Peak High Camp

Morning:

Breakfast and Packing:

We'll begin our day with a nourishing breakfast at the teahouse or lodge in Khare. We'll pack our climbing gear, essential items, and warm clothing for the trek to Mera Peak High Camp.

Start of Trek:

We'll start our trek from Khare towards the High Camp of Mera Peak. The trail will involve a steep ascent as we climb to higher elevations. We'll enjoy the ever-changing landscapes as we make our way through rocky terrain and snow-covered paths.

Mid-Morning Break:

We'll take short breaks along the trail to rest and hydrate. As we gain altitude, it's crucial to pace ourself and manage our energy levels.

Continuation of Trek:

Lunch Break:

We'll have a packed lunch on the trail or stop at a suitable spot along the way. We'll use this time to rest and refuel for the rest of the journey.

Afternoon:

Arrival at Mera Peak High Camp (5700m):

After approximately 5 hours of trekking, we'll arrive at Mera Peak High Camp. High Camp serves as the base for our summit push and provides stunning views of the surrounding peaks.

Camp Setup:

Upon arrival, our team will set up the campsite for the night. We'll follow our guide's instructions to ensure that the camp is properly established.

Evening:

Rest and Acclimatization:

We'll spend the evening resting and acclimatizing to the higher altitude of the High Camp. We'll take it easy and allow our body to adjust before the summit attempt.

Dinner and Camping at High Camp:

We'll enjoy a warm and nourishing dinner at the High Camp. A satisfying meal will fuel our body for the challenges of the following day. We'll spend the night in tents at the High Camp.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Tented Camp
Elevation
5700

Early Morning:

Wake-Up and Preparation:

We'll start our day very early, typically around 2 AM or 3 AM, to begin  our summit attempt. We'll have a light breakfast and ensure we're dressed in our warmest and most appropriate gear.

Start of Summit Push:

We'll begin our ascent from Mera High Camp to the summit of Mera Peak. The route will involve climbing on snow and ice, and we'll be using crampons, ice axes, and ropes.

Challenging Ascent:

The climb to the summit is challenging and demanding due to the altitude and technical terrain. We'll follow our guide's instructions and maintain a steady pace. As we climb higher, we'll likely witness the spectacular sunrise over the Himalayas, creating a breathtaking panorama.

Mid-Morning:

Approach to the Summit:

We'll continue our ascent, negotiating crevasses and navigating through the ice and snow. The final stretch to the summit might involve some steep sections.

Mera Peak Summit (6470m):

After approximately 8 to 10 hours of challenging climbing, we'll reach the summit of Mera Peak. After reaching to the summit we'll enjoy a sense of accomplishment and the unparalleled views of the surrounding peaks. We'll spend celebrate the successful climb, congratulate eachother to be there and click some photograph for memories. Later on, we prepare for descend to lower.

Descent Begins:

Now we'll begin our descent from the summit back to Mera High Camp. Descending can be physically demanding as well, so stay focused and cautious.

Afternoon:

Arrival at High Camp:

After several hours of descent, we'll reach Mera High Camp and will take a well-deserved break and replenish our energy with food and rest.

Return to Khare:

Start of Descent to Khare:

Following our time at High Camp, we'll descend further to return to Khare. The descent can be long and tiring, but our progress is gradual.

Evening:

Arrival at Khare:

After a total trekking duration of approximately 10 hours, we'll arrive back in Khare. Our summit attempt is a tremendous accomplishment, and Khare serves as our base for recovery. We'll spend the evening resting, recovering, and celebrating the successful summit of Mera Peak.

Dinner and Overnight Stay in Khare:

Here we will serve well-deserved dinner at the teahouse or lodge in Khare. We'll reflect on our journey and rest up for the next phase of our adventure.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Tented Camp
Elevation
5700

Contingency Day

A contingency day is an essential part of any climbing or trekking itinerary, especially in high-altitude environments where weather conditions can be unpredictable. This extra day acts as a buffer in case your original plans are affected by unfavorable weather, ensuring that you have the flexibility to adjust your schedule accordingly.

 

Morning:

Assessment of Weather:

On this day, our guides and expedition leaders will closely monitor the weather conditions. If the weather on the summit day was not favorable or if it's anticipated that the conditions won't be suitable, the contingency day comes into play.

Decision Making:

Based on the weather assessment, our expedition leader and guides will make an informed decision regarding the summit attempt. Safety is always the top priority, and decisions will be made with our well-being in mind.

Options:

If the weather conditions improve, we may proceed with the summit attempt on this day. If the weather remains unfavorable, the contingency day provides an additional opportunity for the summit push.

Alternatives:

If the summit attempt is not feasible due to continued bad weather, our guides might suggest alternative activities for the day, such as short hikes or exploration in the vicinity of our base camp.

Afternoon:

Preparation and Rest:

Use the afternoon for rest, relaxation, and staying prepared for the possibility of resuming our summit attempt.

Evening:

Briefing:

Our guides will provide us with updated information about the weather and the plan for the following day. Be attentive to any announcements and instructions from your guides.

Overnight Stay:

Spend another night at the same base camp (Khare or Mera High Camp), depending on the situation).

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Tented Camp
Elevation
5700

Trek from Khare to Kothe

Morning:

Breakfast and Preparation:

We'll start our day with a satisfying breakfast at the teahouse or lodge in Khare. We'll prepare our gear and ensure we have everything we need for the day's trek.

Start of Trek:

We'l begin our trek from Khare, setting out on the trail that leads to Kothe. The route will involve descending from the higher altitude of Khare. We'll enjoy the downhill path as we descend through varied landscapes, including alpine meadows and forested areas.

Mid-Morning Break:

We'll take a short break along the trail to rest and rejuvenate.

Continuation of Trek:

Lunch Break:

We'll pause for lunch at a teahouse or a suitable spot on the trail. We'll utilize this time to rest and refuel for the remainder of the day's journey.

Afternoon:

Arrival in Kothe (4095m):

After approximately 6 to 7 hours of trekking, we'll arrive in KotheKothe, with its lower altitude, provides a refreshing change in scenery.

Evening:

Check-In at Accommodation:

Check in at the teahouse or lodge in Kothe where we'll be spending the night. We'll spend the evening relaxing and reflecting on our journey. The lower altitude of Kothe will likely feel more comfortable after spending time at higher altitudes.

Dinner and overnight Stay in Kothe:

We'll enjoy a well-deserved dinner at the teahouse or lodge, savoring local and international dishes. We'll spend the night in Kothe, enjoying a peaceful rest after a day of trekking.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
4095

Trek from Kothe to Thuli Kharka

Morning:

Early in the morning we'll have a nutritious breakfast at the teahouse or lodge in Kothe.Then after we'll pack our gear and essentials for the day's trek and begin our trek from Kothe, setting out towards the destination of Thuli Kharka. The trail will involve ascending back to a higher altitude. Through the trial we'll enjoy the scenic beauty of the landscape as we make our way through forests, meadows, and picturesque settings.

Mid-Morning Break:

Take a short break to rest, hydrate, and take in the views.

Continuation of Trek:

Lunch Break:

After some hours of trek we'll stop for lunch at a teahouse or a suitable spot along the trail. We'll use this time to refuel and recharge as well for the rest of the day's journey.

Afternoon:

Ascent to Thuli Kharka (3900m):

We'll continue our trek, ascending towards Thuli Kharka. The trail might become steeper as we approach the village.

Arrival at Thuli Kharka:

After approximately 5 hours of trekking, we'll reach Thuli Kharka. Thuli Kharka is a familiar place, and we might notice the changes in the environment as we return.

Evening:

Check-In at Accommodation:

Upon arriving in Thuli Kharka, we'll check in at the teahouse or lodge where we'll be staying overnight. We'll spend the evening resting and reflecting on our journey. The familiarity of Thuli Kharka provides a sense of comfort as we wind down.

Dinner and overnight Stay in Thuli Kharka:

We'll enjoy a delicious dinner at the teahouse or lodge, reconnecting with other trekkers. We'll spend the night in Thuli Kharka, taking in the tranquility of the mountain environment.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
3900

Trek from Thuli Kharka to Lukla

Morning:

Breakfast and Packing:

We'll start our day with a hearty breakfast at the teahouse or lodge in Thuli Kharka.and pack our gear and essentials for the final trekking day to Lukla.

Start of Trek:

We'll begin our trek from Thuli Kharka towards the town of Lukla. The trail will involve descending to lower altitudes as we make our way back. We'll enjoy the changing scenery as we walk through forests, open areas, and charming villages.

Mid-Morning Break:

We'll take a short break along the trail to rest, hydrate, and enjoy the views.

Continuation of Trek:

Lunch Break:

We'll stop for lunch at a teahouse or a suitable spot on the trail. We'll utilize this time to recharge and refuel for the remainder of the day's trek.

Afternoon:

Arrival in Lukla (2850m):

After approximately 7 hours of trekking, we'll arrive in LuklaLukla marks the end of our trekking journey and the place where we initially landed by flight.

Evening:

Check-In at Accommodation:

Check in at the teahouse or lodge in Lukla where we'll be spending the night. We'll spend the evening relaxing and reflecting on our incredible journey. Lukla's lower altitude and bustling atmosphere provide a contrast to the higher regions.

Dinner and Overnight Stay in Lukla:

In the evening, we'll enjoy a celebratory dinner at the teahouse or lodge, marking the successful completion of our trek. We'll spend the night in Lukla, enjoying the comfort of lower altitudes and familiar surroundings.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
2850

Fly to Kathmandu, Explore City, and Farewell Dinner

Today is the final day in lukla.

Morning:

Early Breakfast:

We'll start our day with an early breakfast at the teahouse or lodge in Lukla. We'll prepare for our departure and check-out from the accommodation.

Flight to Kathmandu:

We'll head to Lukla Airport for our scenic flight back to Kathmandu. The flight offers one last opportunity to take in the breathtaking views of the mountains and landscapes.

Arrival in Kathmandu:

Upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, we'll be met by our representatives from The Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd. They will assist us with transferring to our hotel in the city.

Hotel Check-In:

Check in at our hotel in Kathmandu and freshen up after the trek.

City Exploration:

Free Time and Rest:

After checking in, we'll take some time to relax and rest from our trekking adventure.

Lunch:

We'll enjoy a leisurely lunch at the hotel or at a local restaurant.

City Tour (Optional):

If you're feeling up to it, consider embarking on a guided city tour of Kathmandu. We'll visit historical and cultural sites such as Boudhanath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple, Swayambhunath Stupa (Monkey Temple), and more.

Souvenir Shopping:

Take advantage of the opportunity to do some last-minute souvenir shopping in Kathmandu's vibrant markets.

Evening:

Farewell Dinner:

In the evening, gather for a farewell dinner with your trekking group and guides. We'll enjoy a delicious Nepali meal and reflect on our journey together.

Overnight Stay in Kathmandu:

We'll spend the night in our hotel in Kathmandu, relishing the comfort of a cozy bed.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
1345

Departure from Kathmandu

Today is the final day final day of our stay in Kathmandu.You will have to be prepare for returning home.

Morning:

In the morning, you will enjoy your final breakfast in Kathmandu at the hotel's dining area. Take your time to pack your belongings and ensure you have everything you need for your departure.

Check-Out from Hotel:

We'll check out of our hotel room, settling any outstanding bills. If you have any belongings stored with the hotel, make sure to retrieve them.

Airport Transfer:

The Actual adventure pvt.Ltd will arrange for a comfortable and timely transfer from the hotel to Tribhuvan International Airport. Be ready at the designated time, and our driver will help with your luggage.

Airport Procedures:

Arrive at the airport with ample time before your flight's departure. Follow the airport's procedures for check-in, security checks, and immigration.

Flight Departure:

Board your flight back home, bidding farewell to the vibrant city of Kathmandu and the stunning landscapes of Nepal.

Food
Breakfast
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
1345

Mera Peak Climbing Include / Exclude

Cost Includes

  • Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast as per the programme.
  •  Airport / Hotel transfers.
  •  expert guides and porters
  •  Three meals in a day (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) with hot beverage and snacks whilst on trekking.
  •  Tented camp & Cozy guesthouse accommodation whilst on trekking.
  •  Sagarmatha National Park entry and trekking peak royalty fees.
  •  All necessary staff with an experienced fluent English speaking trekking and expedition guide trained and licensed by Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA), cook and assistant expedition guide.
  •  Highly experienced trekking porters to carry luggage (1porter per 2 trekkers).
  •  Staff food, accommodation, clothing, salary & insurance.
  •  All necessary ground transportation.
  •  All governmental paperwork’s and procedures.
  •  All government and local taxes.
  •  Satellite phones and Gamow bag.
  •  Exclusive Medical Kit Bag
  •  Farewell dinner in Kathmandu at typical Nepali restaurant.

Cost Excludes

  • Visa fee for Nepal.
  •  International airfares, extra baggage and cargo charges
  •  Visa fee
  •  Personal trekking equipment, travel and medical insurance and helicopter rescue, personal expenses.
  •  Meals and extra night (more than stated in itinerary) accommodation in Kathmandu.
  •  Personal expenses
  •  Personal expedition equipment.
  •  Bar and beverage bills.
  •  Your Travel and rescue Insurance.
  •  Rescue & Evacuation costs.
  •  Your optional and extended trips e.g. sightseeing, rafting etc. (other than the negotiated)
  •  Gratitude (tip) for staff.

Note

All conditions stated in the itinerary are for the visitors who prefer full package programme. At the same time, we also serve you based on your choice. The selection of itineraries and the staff depends on your choice and financial procurement. We have options for any partial visit as per your requirement regarding your interest and financial condition.

Altitude Graph

Additional Information

What types of clothes, gear and climbing equipments requires for Mera Peak Climbing?

Climbing Mera Peak requires a combination of appropriate clothing, gear, and climbing equipment to ensure safety, comfort, and success. Here's a comprehensive list of items you might need for your Mera Peak climbing expedition:

Clothing:

Base Layer:

Moisture-wicking thermal tops and bottoms to keep you warm and dry.

Insulating Layer:

Fleece or down jacket for added warmth.

Outer Layer:

Waterproof and windproof jacket with a hood to protect against the elements.

Trekking Pants:

Lightweight, quick-drying pants for trekking and climbing.

Shell Pants:

Waterproof and windproof pants for protection against snow and rain.

Underwear and Socks:

Moisture-wicking underwear and warm, thick socks for insulation.

Gloves:

Inner gloves for warmth and outer waterproof gloves to protect against cold and moisture.

Headgear:

Warm beanie or hat, neck gaiter, and sunglasses with UV protection.

Footwear:

Sturdy, waterproof trekking boots with good ankle support and a comfortable fit.

Gear and Climbing Equipment:

Backpack:

A backpack of appropriate size to carry your personal items and climbing gear.

Sleeping Bag:

Warm, lightweight sleeping bag suitable for cold temperatures.

Sleeping Pad:

Insulated sleeping pad for added comfort and warmth.

Climbing Helmet:

A sturdy helmet to protect against falling debris and head injuries.

Climbing Harness:

A comfortable harness for rope work and glacier travel.

Crampons:

Crampons designed for mountaineering boots to provide traction on icy terrain.

Ice Axe:

A technical ice axe for self-arrest and balance on steep slopes.

Ropes and Carabiners:

Necessary for roped sections and glacier travel.

Avalanche Safety Gear (if required):

In some seasons, avalanche gear may be necessary, including a transceiver, probe, and shovel.

Additional Essentials:

Headlamp:

A reliable headlamp with extra batteries for early morning starts and night-time needs.

First Aid Kit:

A basic first aid kit with essentials for minor injuries and medical needs.

Sunscreen and Lip Balm:

High SPF sunscreen and lip balm with UV protection.

Water Bottles and Water Purification:

Water bottles and a purification method to stay hydrated.

Trekking Poles:

Optional but helpful for balance and support during the trek.

Personal Items:

Camera, toiletries, personal medications, and any necessary personal items.

Food and accommodation in the trial to Mera Peak Climbing

During the trek to Mera Peak Base Camp and beyond, you will find a network of teahouses and lodges along the trail that provide food and accommodation for trekkers and climbers. Keep in mind that the availability of facilities can vary depending on the season and the specific area of the trail. Here's what you can generally expect regarding food and accommodation:

Accommodation:

Teahouses and Lodges:

Along the trekking route, you'll find teahouses and lodges that offer basic accommodation, including shared rooms with beds and blankets.

Accommodation facilities become more basic and limited as you ascend to higher altitudes.

Shared Rooms:

Most teahouses provide shared rooms with multiple beds. The level of comfort and facilities can vary, ranging from simple to more comfortable accommodations.

Blankets and Sleeping Bags:

Teahouses usually provide blankets, but it's advisable to carry your sleeping bag for additional warmth and comfort.

Food:

Teahouse Meals:

Teahouses serve a variety of meals, including local Nepali dishes (dal bhat), pasta, rice, soups, and more.

The availability of fresh ingredients might decrease as you ascend to higher altitudes.

Dining Areas:

Teahouses have communal dining areas where trekkers can enjoy their meals and interact with fellow climbers.

Packed Lunches:

Some teahouses offer packed lunches that you can take with you for the day's trek.

Safe Drinking Water:

It's advisable to drink bottled or treated water to avoid waterborne illnesses. You can purchase bottled water or use water purification methods.

Important Considerations:

Accommodation and food availability can be more limited and basic at higher altitudes, especially as you approach Mera Peak Base Camp.

It's a good idea to book accommodations in advance during peak trekking seasons to secure a place in the teahouses.

Meals and accommodations are usually provided on a "teahouse trek" basis, which means you pay for accommodation and may also choose to have meals at the teahouses where you stay.

Keep in mind that food and accommodations might become more expensive as you ascend due to the logistical challenges of bringing supplies to higher altitudes.

Necessary info about Visa

Nepal Visa Information

Visa in Nepal can be acquired on arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu and also at the border entry points in Kakadvitta, Birgunj, Bhairahawa, Nepalgunj, Gaddachowki border of Nepal - India and Kodari on Nepal-China border. Visa can also acquire at the nearest Nepal Embassy. For visa renewal purpose you can contact at Department of Immigration, Kalikasthan at Kathmandu. A valid passport and one passport -size photo with a light background is required. Visa can be obtained only through payment of cash in the following currency: Euro, Swiss Franc, Pound Sterling, US Dollar, Australian Dollar, Canadian Dollar, Hong Kong Dollar, Singapore Dollar and Japanese Yen. Credit card, Indian currency and Nepali currency are not accepted as payment of visa fee.

 

Visa Facility         Duration       Fee

Multiple entry       15 days          US$ 25 or equivalent convertible currency

Multiple entry       30 days          US$ 40 or equivalent convertible currency

Multiple entry       90 days          US$ 100 or equivalent convertible currency

 

Gratis (Free) Visa

For first visit in one visa year (January to December), gratis visa for 30 days is available only for nationals of South Asian countries like Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. However, the visa can be extended from the department of immigration with respective fares.

 Indian nationals do not require visa to enter into Nepal.

Nepal Visa for Chinese Nationals

As per official circular of the Embassy of Nepal in Beijing, China, Chinese nationals applying for tourist visa to Nepal are being provided “gratis tourist visa” from Jan. 5, 2016, from following Nepali missions in the People’s Republic of China:

Embassy of Nepal, Beijing

Consulate General of Nepal, Lhasa

Consulate General of Nepal, Hong Kong

Honorary Consulate of Nepal, Shanghai

 

 

More Information

Nationals from Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine and Afghanistan will need to obtain visa from Nepal Embassies or Diplomatic Missions in their respective countries, as they do not get visa on arrival at the immigration entry points of Nepal.

 

Transportation, Flight and Arrival Information

 

We will send our representatives from Actual Adventure Pvt.Ltd at Tribhuvan International Airport a bit earlier than your arrival. As you land at Tribhuvan International Airport and complete your immigration process you will see our representatives holding a placard of your and company’s name. They will welcome you in a Nepali style offering some flowers and then transfer you to the hotel in our own private luxurious vehicle. You will meet rest of the team members in the hotel. The next day you will have your breakfast at the hotel or drive to the airport for your flight to Lukla depending upon the flight schedule. The costs includes Airport to Hotel pickup and drop for both domestic and international flights.  You will meet the rest of the team members in Lukla and only guide will be going along with you from Kathmandu.

Where can we book for Mera Peak Climbing?

Booking and Client Safety.

As a reputed travel agency in Nepal, Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd is the one you can always count on when it comes to your safety and booking procedures. We make sure that your money is in the right hand and you can always trust us. Actual Adventure Pvt.Ltd has the following booking terms and conditions. If your booking is accepted by us then a contract is deemed to exist between you and The Actual Adventure Ltd. At this point we will send you a confirmation invoice showing the amount of deposit received and your final balance due. Now you can go ahead and book your international flights and obtain trekking and travel insurance.

 

 

Booking Conditions:

While making your trip with us, you are requested to deposit at least 30% of the total amount prior to 30 days of your arrival and the remaining amount can be submitted in the office upon arrival.

Booking Process

To book a trip from Actual Adventure Pvt.Ltd you will need to follow certain processes which are mentioned below.

Step 1: Send us an inquiry using inquiry form, email or call us

Step 2: Discuss and fix the trek itinerary and price.

Step 3: Send us the deposit required to confirm the trip.

Step 4: Send us your Passport copies, Insurance copies, two passport sized photos and others (if                   necessary)

 Step 5: Come to Nepal pay the remaining amount and start the trek.

 

Bank Account for the payment to wire transfers

Actual Adventure (P) Ltd.

Branch Code: 016 A/C No. 01030026257
Paying Bank: Nepal Investment Bank Ltd
Thamel Branch, Kathmandu, Nepal
SWIFT CODE: NIBLNPKT

Dollar Account

Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd.
Currency General Account (USD) 016-010 100 23199
Paying Bank: Nepal Investment Bank Ltd
Thamel Branch, Kathmandu, Nepal
SWIFT CODE: NIBLNPKT

 

For Indian Currency

Kedar Neupane
A/C No.: 17715241406570 NPR

Nepal SBI Bank Ltd.

26 Durbar Marg
P.O.Box. No. 6049 GPO, Kathmandu
Phone: +977-14253243 / 4230809
Swift No. NSBINPKA


Bank service charge should be paid by the clients themselves at the time of deposit.

Cancellation policies of Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd

Cancellation Policy.
If our clients fail to make their trip or want to cancel their program due to any unavoidable circumstances, the company will refund only 70% of the deposited amount. However if you inform prior to 30 days before the trek no cancelation charge will be taken.

Cancellation Policy:

Treks & tours booked and subsequently canceled are subject to cancellation charges as follow:-

 

30 days prior:

No cancellation charge.

Within 21 days:

20%

Within 14 days:

25%

Within 7 days:

38%

 

Where do we get rented clothes and climbing instruments for Mera peak Climbing?

You can rent clothes and climbing equipment for your Mera Peak climbing expedition in Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal. There are numerous shops and rental outlets in the Thamel area of Kathmandu that specialize in outdoor gear and mountaineering equipment. Here's where we can find rented clothes and climbing instruments:

Thamel, Kathmandu:

Thamel is a popular tourist area in Kathmandu known for its abundance of trekking and mountaineering shops.

We'll find a wide range of shops offering clothing, gear, and equipment for rent, sale, or purchase.

What You Can Rent:

Clothing items such as down jackets, waterproof pants, trekking pants, fleece jackets, gloves, and hats.

Climbing equipment including crampons, ice axes, harnesses, helmets, and more.

Tips for Renting:

Prioritize quality and safety when renting equipment. Inspect items for any damage or wear before accepting them.

Verify the condition and fit of clothing and gear to ensure they're suitable for your needs.

It's advisable to rent from reputable shops with experienced staff who can provide guidance and assistance.

Other Considerations:

While renting can be a cost-effective option, keep in mind that personal comfort and fit are important, so ensure the items fit you well.

You may need to provide a deposit or identification as security when renting equipment. Make sure to understand the terms of the rental agreement.

From where we can exchange money into nepali currency and is that genuine shop?

You can exchange money into Nepali currency (Nepalese Rupees, NPR) at various authorized currency exchange shops, banks, and financial institutions in Nepal, including Kathmandu. While most of these establishments are genuine and reliable, it's essential to be cautious and follow some guidelines to ensure you get a fair exchange rate and avoid any potential scams.

Here's where you can exchange money and tips for ensuring genuineness:

Banks:

Banks in Nepal offer currency exchange services and are generally considered reliable and secure.

Major banks like Nepal Rastra Bank, Nepal Investment Bank, and Himalayan Bank are well-known options.

Authorized Money Exchange Shops:

Authorized money exchange shops in tourist areas like Thamel offer currency exchange services.

Look for shops with proper signage and licenses displayed prominently.

Tips for Ensuring Genuineness:

Choose Established Locations: Opt for well-known banks or reputable exchange shops that have been in operation for a while.

Check Exchange Rates: Before arriving in Nepal, familiarize yourself with the current exchange rates to have an idea of what to expect.

Compare Rates: Compare rates at a few different places before making the exchange to ensure you're getting a fair rate.

Ask for a Receipt: Always ask for a receipt for the transaction, which should show the amount exchanged, the rate, and any fees.

Avoid Street Touts: Be cautious of individuals offering currency exchange on the street. Stick to authorized establishments.

Avoid "No Commission" Claims: Some shops may claim "no commission" but offer unfavorable exchange rates to compensate. Focus on the overall rate.

Count the Money: Count the Nepali Rupees you receive to ensure the correct amount.

FAQs

Mera Peak Climbing Difficulties

Mera Peak climbing is a challenging adventure that involves ascending to a high-altitude summit in the Himalayas. While the climb itself is considered non-technical, there are several difficulties and challenges associated with Mera Peak climbing that you should be aware of:

Altitude:

Altitude is one of the most significant challenges during Mera Peak climbing.

The summit of Mera Peak reaches an elevation of 6,476 meters (21,247 feet), which is considered high altitude.

Altitude sickness, also known as acute mountain sickness (AMS), can affect climbers as they ascend to higher altitudes. Symptoms may include headache, nausea, dizziness, and shortness of breath.

Physical Fitness:

Mera Peak climbing requires a good level of physical fitness.

The trek involves long hours of walking, steep ascents, and descents, often on uneven and challenging terrain.

Climbers need to have a reasonable level of cardiovascular endurance, strength, and stamina to tackle the trek and summit push.

Climbing Gear and Techniques:

While Mera Peak is considered a "trekking peak," certain climbing gear and techniques are required for the summit push.

Climbers must use crampons, ice axes, ropes, and harnesses during the ascent.

Basic knowledge of climbing techniques, such as using crampons and an ice axe, is necessary.

Weather Conditions:

Weather conditions in the Himalayas can be highly unpredictable.

Sudden changes in weather, including snowstorms and whiteouts, can occur, affecting visibility and making navigation challenging.

Technical Skills:

While Mera Peak is classified as a non-technical climb, some basic mountaineering skills are required.

Climbers should be comfortable using ropes and harnesses, and they should be able to negotiate crevasses and rocky terrain.

Remote Environment:

The trek to Mera Peak involves remote and isolated areas with limited infrastructure.

Medical facilities are scarce, and evacuation from high altitudes in case of emergencies can be challenging.

Acclimatization:

Acclimatization is crucial to avoid altitude sickness and ensure a safe ascent.

The climb includes rest days and acclimatization hikes to help climbers adjust to the thin air.

Mental Challenges:

Climbing at high altitudes can have psychological effects, including fatigue, irritability, and mood changes.

The physical and mental challenges of the climb require mental resilience and determination.

Equipment and Packing:

Packing appropriately for the varying weather conditions and altitude changes is important.

Carrying the right gear, including warm clothing, sleeping bags, and personal items, is essential for a successful climb.

Logistics and Planning:

Coordinating logistics, obtaining necessary permits, and planning the itinerary are essential for a smooth climb.

Ensuring a well-organized and experienced team, including guides and porters, is crucial for safety and success.

What are the best season for Mera Peak climbing?

The best seasons for Mera Peak climbing are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). Spring boasts stable weather, clear skies, and mild temperatures, with vibrant landscapes adorned with alpine flowers. Autumn offers similar benefits, including excellent visibility, pleasant temperatures, and well-defined trails. Both seasons provide optimal conditions for a safe and enjoyable climb, showcasing breathtaking mountain views and the allure of the Himalayas. It's essential to choose between these seasons based on your preferences, trekking experience, and the weather conditions that best suit your adventure.

What are the permit documents require for Mera Peak Climbing?

For Mera Peak climbing, several permit documents are required to ensure a safe and regulated trekking experience in the Sagarmatha National Park region.

Here are the main permit documents you'll need:

TIMS Card (Trekkers' Information Management System):

The TIMS card is mandatory for all trekkers in Nepal, including those climbing Mera Peak.

It helps in maintaining a database of trekkers and ensuring their safety.

It can be obtained through a registered trekking agency in Kathmandu or directly from the Nepal Tourism Board.

Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit:

The Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit is required to enter the Sagarmatha National Park, where Mera Peak is located.

It helps in conservation efforts and maintaining the natural environment of the region.

The permit can be obtained at the Nepal Tourism Board office in Kathmandu or at the entrance of the national park in Monjo. Its better to pre-arrange the all necessary documents.

Mera Peak Climbing Permit:

A climbing permit specifically for Mera Peak is required for ascending the peak.

This permit is obtained through a registered trekking agency, and they handle the application process on your behalf.

The permit fees vary depending on the season and nationality of the climber.

Local Area Permit (if applicable):

Some regions near Mera Peak, such as the Hongu Valley, require a separate local area permit.

This permit is obtained through the same registered trekking agency handling your Mera Peak climbing permit.

Passport and Visa:

A valid passport with at least six months' validity from your departure date is required.

You'll also need a valid Nepali visa, which can be obtained on arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu or at select border entry points.

Medical Certificate:

Some trekking agencies may require a medical certificate confirming your fitness for high-altitude trekking and climbing.

This is particularly important for climbing peaks like Mera Peak.

How long does it take to climb Mera Peak from it base?

The climb from Mera Peak Base Camp to the summit typically takes around 8 to 12 hours, with an early morning start to capitalize on stable weather conditions and sunrise views. The ascent involves navigating technical sections such as steep snow slopes and glaciers, often using crampons, ice axes, ropes, and harnesses. Upon reaching the summit, climbers can enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding peaks before beginning the descent, which usually takes around 2 to 4 hours. Safety, proper acclimatization, and following experienced guides are paramount for a successful and enjoyable climb.

 We should climb early morning 1 am to 2 am.

Do we need a guide or porter during the Mera Peak Climbing?

While hiring a guide or porter for Mera Peak climbing is not mandatory, it is highly recommended for several reasons:

Local Expertise:

Guides have extensive knowledge of the terrain, routes, and conditions in the region. They can ensure you take the safest and most efficient path to the summit.

They are familiar with altitude-related challenges and can offer advice on acclimatization, helping to reduce the risk of altitude sickness.

Safety and Navigation:

Guides are trained in mountain safety protocols and first aid. They can respond effectively to emergencies, ensuring your well-being throughout the climb.

Navigating challenging terrain, crossing glaciers, and identifying crevasses require specific skills that guides possess.

Cultural Insights:

Guides often share cultural insights, providing a deeper understanding of the local communities, customs, and traditions you encounter along the way.

Language Barrier:

Many locals in remote areas may not speak English. A guide can bridge the language gap, facilitating communication and enhancing your overall experience.

Logistics and Planning:

Guides handle permits, accommodations, and logistics, freeing you to focus on the climb itself.

They manage the itinerary, arrange transportation, and ensure all necessary arrangements are in place.

Physical Assistance:

A porter can help carry your heavy backpack, allowing you to focus on the climb without the added physical strain of carrying a load.

This can significantly enhance your comfort and energy levels during the ascent.

Team Support:

Climbing with a guide and/or porter fosters camaraderie and a sense of support among the team members, enhancing the overall experience.

Responsible Tourism:

Hiring local guides and porters contributes to the local economy and supports the livelihoods of the communities in the region.

Do we get altitude sickness during the Mera Peak Climbing?

Yes, altitude sickness is a potential concern during Mera Peak climbing, as you'll be ascending to high altitudes where the air is thinner and contains less oxygen. Altitude sickness, also known as acute mountain sickness (AMS), can occur when your body doesn't have enough time to acclimatize to the lower oxygen levels at higher altitudes. The risk of altitude sickness increases as you ascend more rapidly without allowing your body sufficient time to adjust.

What are the symptom and the things to do to reduce the risk of altitude sickness?

Symptoms of altitude sickness can vary from mild to severe and might include:

Headache

Nausea or vomiting

Fatigue

Dizziness or lightheadedness

Shortness of breath

Difficulty sleeping

Loss of appetite

In more severe cases, altitude sickness can progress to high altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE) or high altitude cerebral edema (HACE), which are life-threatening conditions that require immediate medical attention.

To reduce the risk of altitude sickness during Mera Peak climbing, here are some important measures to take:

Proper Acclimatization:

Acclimatize gradually by ascending slowly and spending additional nights at higher altitudes to allow your body to adjust.

Hydration and Nutrition:

Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of fluids and eating nutritious meals to maintain your energy levels.

Avoid Alcohol and Caffeine:

Limit alcohol and caffeine intake, as they can contribute to dehydration and worsen altitude-related symptoms.

Listen to Your Body:

Pay attention to your body's signals. If you experience symptoms of altitude sickness, communicate with your guide and consider descending to lower altitudes.

Medications:

Consult a medical professional before the trip to discuss the use of medications like acetazolamide (Diamox), which can help prevent altitude sickness.

Proper Rest and Sleep:

Adequate rest and quality sleep are essential for acclimatization and overall well-being.

Professional Guidance:

Travel with experienced guides who are trained to recognize and manage altitude sickness.

Emergency Plan:

Be aware of emergency evacuation procedures in case symptoms worsen.

Is there any age restriction for climbing Mera Peak?

While there is no strict age restriction for climbing Mera Peak, it's important to understand that Mera Peak climbing is a physically demanding and challenging endeavor that involves trekking at high altitudes and ascending to a significant height. The decision to allow someone to climb Mera Peak should be based on their overall health, physical fitness, experience, and ability to handle the challenges of high-altitude trekking and climbing.

Factors to consider when determining whether an individual is suitable for Mera Peak climbing include:

Physical Fitness:

Climbers should have a good level of cardiovascular fitness, strength, and endurance to manage the rigors of the trek and summit push.

Age and Health:

While there is no specific age cutoff, older individuals may need to demonstrate a higher level of fitness and health to participate in the climb.

Climbers of any age should be in good overall health without serious medical conditions that could be exacerbated by high-altitude conditions.

Altitude Experience:

Previous experience at high altitudes, such as trekking at similar elevations or climbing other peaks, can be beneficial.

Acclimatization:

Adequate acclimatization time and proper rest days are crucial for managing the effects of high altitude. Climbers need to be patient and follow the recommended itinerary.

Mental Preparedness:

Climbing at high altitudes can be mentally challenging. Climbers should be mentally prepared to face difficulties and uncertainties.

Medical Consultation:

It's advisable for climbers, especially those with underlying health conditions, to consult a medical professional before attempting a high-altitude climb.

Experienced Guides:

Climbing with experienced guides who are familiar with the challenges of Mera Peak and high-altitude conditions is crucial for safety.

Client Reviews

Lucie

Czech Republic

29th Aug, 2022

Mera peak Trip in Winter 2012 everything was professional, very well organized. kedar is very helpful and friendly. the guide was very good and reliable. the guide was fluent in english and also spoke french! they helped me to hire a climbing gear in kathmandu for the trip so i did not have to bring everything from europe. i really had a great time! thank you very much, kedar. Lucie (czech republic) Visited December 2012


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United Kingdom

29th Aug, 2022

Mera Peak Climbing Autumn 2013 My husband and I decided to climb Mera Peak a few months ago and we emailed 8 companies in Kathmandu to ask a series ofquestions and get quotations.  After emailing back and forth with these companies we chose Kedar Neupane’s company, Actual Adventure, to book with because of Kedar’s prompt, friendly and honest replies to our questions and also their competitive price.  This company was also able to accommodate our specific requests for flexibility and could easily tailor the trip according to our requirements. 


Thomas Taylor

United States

15th Nov, 2022

I recently embarked on an incredible adventure with Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd to conquer Mera Peak, and I cannot express how amazing the experience was. From the moment I inquired about the trip to the moment I stood atop Mera Peak's summit, Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd exceeded all my expectations. First and foremost, the team at Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd is highly professional and knowledgeable. They made sure I was well-prepared for the climb by providing detailed information about the itinerary, gear, and physical conditioning required. This level of transparency and guidance instilled confidence in me from the beginning. During the 18-day journey, the entire team, from our experienced guides to the porters and kitchen staff, was exceptional. They were not only skilled and knowledgeable about the region but also incredibly friendly and supportive. Safety was a top priority throughout the trip, and I always felt well taken care of. The itinerary was well-planned, allowing for gradual acclimatization, which is crucial at high altitudes. The scenery along the way was breathtaking, and our guides provided fascinating insights into the local culture and environment. I also... See more appreciated the flexibility in the schedule, which allowed us to adapt to changing weather conditions. The highlight, of course, was reaching the summit of Mera Peak. Our guides' expertise and encouragement played a significant role in our success. The sense of accomplishment as we stood on the summit is something I will cherish forever. The food provided during the trek was delicious and varied, which was a pleasant surprise given the remote location. The accommodations, considering the challenging terrain, were comfortable and clean. Overall, my Mera Peak Climbing experience with Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd was nothing short of exceptional. I highly recommend them to anyone considering a trekking or mountaineering adventure in the Himalayas. Their professionalism, expertise, and commitment to safety made this journey an unforgettable one. I'm already looking forward to my next adventure with them. Thank you, Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd, for making this dream come true! See less...


Michael D.

France

16th Oct, 2022

  My Mera Peak Climbing expedition with Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd was a life-changing experience. Over 18 days, their team of dedicated professionals ensured a seamless and safe journey. From informative pre-trip preparations to the moment I stood on Mera Peak's summit, their expertise and support were remarkable. The guides, porters, and kitchen staff were not only skilled but also incredibly friendly, creating a warm and encouraging atmosphere. The itinerary allowed for gradual acclimatization and showcased breathtaking scenery, while the flexibility to adapt to weather conditions was greatly appreciated. Reaching the summit was the crowning achievement, and I owe it to Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd for making it possible. The food and accommodations exceeded expectations for such a remote location. Overall, I highly recommend Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd to anyone seeking a Himalayan adventure. They transformed my dream into reality, and I can't wait to embark on another adventure with them.


Zack Muller

Australia

14th Nov, 2022

My journey to Mera Peak with Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd was nothing short of extraordinary. In 18 days, they orchestrated an awe-inspiring adventure filled with professionalism, expertise, and unwavering support. Their meticulous pre-trip guidance left me feeling well-prepared, while the experienced guides and tireless porters made every step of the journey enjoyable and safe. The carefully planned itinerary allowed for acclimatization and exposed us to stunning Himalayan landscapes, and their flexibility in adjusting to changing weather conditions was invaluable. The summit day was the culmination of this incredible journey, and I couldn't have asked for a more competent and encouraging team to guide me to the top. The food provided was delicious, and the accommodations were comfortable, considering the challenging environment. I can't thank Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd enough for helping me realize my dream of conquering Mera Peak, and I eagerly look forward to more adventures with them in the future. They are truly the experts in Himalayan trekking and mountaineering.


Cindy Chris

United States

3rd Dec, 2022

My Mera Peak Climbing expedition with Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd was nothing short of extraordinary. Over the course of 18 days, I was not only able to conquer a formidable peak but also had the privilege of being guided by an exceptionally talented and knowledgeable team. From the initial inquiry to the moment we reached the summit, the level of professionalism and support provided by Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd was top-notch. The guides were not only experts in mountaineering but also deeply passionate about sharing their love for the Himalayas. The carefully crafted itinerary allowed for proper acclimatization, ensuring our safety and success on the climb. The scenery was breathtaking, and the flexibility to adapt to changing weather conditions was a testament to their commitment to our safety. Reaching the summit was a dream come true, and I couldn't have done it without their guidance and encouragement. The food was delicious, and the accommodations were comfortable, considering the remote locations we visited. I can wholeheartedly recommend Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd to anyone seeking an unforgettable Himalayan adventure. This experience was truly life-changing, and I can'... See more ;t wait to embark on another journey with them in the future. See less...


Lundy Justin

Greece

17th Jan, 2023

My Mera Peak Climbing expedition with Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd was the adventure of a lifetime. Over the span of 18 days, their team orchestrated an incredible journey that exceeded all my expectations. Right from the moment I contacted them, I was impressed by their professionalism and attention to detail. The guides were not only experienced and skilled in mountaineering but also passionate about sharing their knowledge of the region. The itinerary was thoughtfully planned, allowing for gradual acclimatization, and the breathtaking scenery we encountered along the way was simply awe-inspiring. What truly set Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd apart was their commitment to safety and adaptability to changing weather conditions, ensuring our well-being throughout the trek. Reaching the summit of Mera Peak was an exhilarating achievement, and I owe it to their guidance and support. The food and accommodations, considering the remote locations, were surprisingly comfortable and satisfying. I wholeheartedly recommend Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd to anyone seeking an unforgettable Himalayan adventure, and I can't wait to join them again for my next journey. Thank you, Actual Adventure Pvt. Lt... See more d, for making this dream a reality! See less...


Rose Tylor

Argentina

13th Apr, 2022

My Mera Peak Climbing expedition with Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd was an absolute triumph, and I couldn't have asked for a better team to embark on this incredible adventure with. Over the course of 18 days, they showcased an unparalleled level of expertise, professionalism, and support. From the very beginning, their guidance and preparation were thorough and reassuring. The guides were not just experts in mountaineering but also wonderful companions, sharing their deep knowledge of the region and its culture. The meticulously planned itinerary allowed for safe acclimatization, while the stunning landscapes we encountered along the way left me in awe. What truly stood out was their unwavering commitment to our safety, as they adapted seamlessly to changing weather conditions. Reaching the summit of Mera Peak was a surreal and exhilarating moment, and I credit Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd for making it possible. The food was delicious and varied, and the accommodations were comfortable, even in the remotest of locations. Without hesitation, I recommend Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd to anyone seeking an unforgettable Himalayan adventure. I'm already eagerly anticipating my next journ... See more ey with this exceptional team. Thank you, Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd, for making this dream come true! See less...


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Bahrain

4th Sep, 2022

  My Mera Peak Climbing expedition with Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd was a transformative journey that exceeded all my expectations. Over 18 incredible days, their team showcased an exceptional level of professionalism, expertise, and unwavering support. From the moment I inquired about the trip to the moment I stood triumphant on the summit, I was consistently impressed. The guides were not only knowledgeable but also passionate about sharing their love for the Himalayas, making the trek both educational and exhilarating. The carefully crafted itinerary allowed for proper acclimatization, ensuring our safety and success. Even when faced with challenging weather conditions, the team's adaptability and commitment to our well-being were unwavering. Reaching Mera Peak's summit was a dream come true, and I owe this achievement to Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd. The food was delicious, and the accommodations, considering the remote locations, were comfortable and welcoming. I wholeheartedly recommend Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd to anyone seeking a Himalayan adventure of a lifetime. This journey has left an indelible mark on my life, and I can't wait to embark on more adventure... See more s with this outstanding team in the future. Thank you, Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd, for making this experience unforgettable! See less...


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Mexico

15th Sep, 2022

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Germany

4th Oct, 2022

My Mera Peak Climbing expedition with Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd was a truly remarkable experience. Over 18 days, their team demonstrated an exceptional level of expertise, professionalism, and commitment to ensuring a safe and memorable journey. From my initial inquiry to standing atop Mera Peak, I was thoroughly impressed. The guides were not only skilled mountaineers but also passionate about sharing their deep knowledge of the Himalayas. The itinerary was thoughtfully planned, allowing for gradual acclimatization and offering breathtaking views of the stunning landscapes. What truly set Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd apart was their unwavering dedication to our safety, evident in their adaptability to changing weather conditions. Reaching the summit of Mera Peak was a dream come true, and I attribute this achievement to the incredible guidance and support provided by the team. The food was delicious, and the accommodations, considering the remote locations, were comfortable and welcoming. I wholeheartedly recommend Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd to anyone seeking an unforgettable Himalayan adventure. I eagerly anticipate my next adventure with this outstanding team. Thank you, Actual Adve... See more nture Pvt. Ltd, for making this journey a reality! See less...


Linda Bryce

Denmark

25th Mar, 2022

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Colombia

12th Sep, 2022

My recent Mera Peak Climbing expedition with Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd was nothing short of a life-altering adventure. Over 18 days, their team showcased an exceptional level of professionalism, expertise, and commitment to ensuring a safe and exhilarating journey. From the moment I first contacted them to the moment I stood proudly on Mera Peak's summit, I was consistently impressed. The guides were not only seasoned mountaineers but also passionate about sharing their profound knowledge of the Himalayas, making the trek both educational and thrilling. The well-structured itinerary allowed for proper acclimatization, ensuring our safety and success on the ascent. Even in the face of challenging weather conditions, the team's adaptability and unwavering focus on our well-being were remarkable. Reaching the summit was a monumental achievement, and I owe it all to the incredible support and guidance of Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd. The food was a delightful surprise with its variety and taste, and the accommodations, considering the remote locales, were comfortable and welcoming. I wholeheartedly recommend Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd to anyone in search of a life-changing Himalaya... See more n adventure, and I eagerly anticipate my next journey with this outstanding team. Thank you, Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd, for turning this dream into a reality! See less...


Frederico Huguenin

Italy

12th Oct, 2022

My Mera Peak Climbing experience with Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd was a true adventure of a lifetime. Over 18 unforgettable days, their team demonstrated an exceptional level of professionalism, expertise, and dedication to ensuring our safety and enjoyment. From the very beginning, their guidance and preparation were thorough and reassuring. The guides were not only highly skilled in mountaineering but also passionate about sharing their love for the Himalayas, which made the journey both educational and inspiring. The meticulously planned itinerary allowed for proper acclimatization, ensuring our safety and increasing our chances of success. What truly set Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd apart was their unwavering commitment to our safety, even in the face of challenging weather conditions. Reaching the summit of Mera Peak was a dream come true, and I credit this achievement to the incredible support and guidance of Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd. The food was delicious, and the accommodations, considering the remote locations, were comfortable and welcoming. I wholeheartedly recommend Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd to anyone seeking an extraordinary Himalayan adventure. I can't wait to embark... See more on another journey with this exceptional team in the future. Thank you, Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd, for making this experience truly unforgettable! See less...


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United States

15th Nov, 2022

My Mera Peak Climbing adventure with Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd was a journey that will forever hold a special place in my heart. Over the course of 18 remarkable days, their team demonstrated an exceptional level of professionalism, expertise, and unwavering commitment to our safety and satisfaction. From my initial inquiry to the triumphant moment of standing atop Mera Peak, I was consistently impressed. The guides were not just skilled mountaineers but also passionate about sharing their profound knowledge of the Himalayas, making the trek both an educational and exhilarating experience. The well-structured itinerary allowed for gradual acclimatization, ensuring our safety and success on the climb. Even in the face of challenging weather conditions, the team's adaptability and focus on our well-being were unwavering. Reaching the summit was an indescribable achievement, and I owe it all to the incredible support and guidance of Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd. The food was not only nourishing but also delicious, and the accommodations, given the remote locations, were surprisingly comfortable and welcoming. I wholeheartedly recommend Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd to anyone seeking a tr... See more ansformative Himalayan adventure. I eagerly anticipate my next expedition with this outstanding team. Thank you, Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd, for turning this dream into reality! See less...


Marcus Lebron

Laos

13th Apr, 2022

My Mera Peak Climbing expedition with Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd was an extraordinary journey that exceeded all my expectations. Over 18 days, their team demonstrated an exceptional level of professionalism, expertise, and dedication to ensuring our safety and success. From the very first inquiry to the triumphant moment of standing on Mera Peak's summit, I was consistently impressed. The guides were not only highly skilled in mountaineering but also deeply passionate about the Himalayas, making the trek both an educational and exhilarating experience. The meticulously planned itinerary allowed for gradual acclimatization, ensuring our safety and increasing our chances of reaching the summit. What truly set Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd apart was their unwavering commitment to our well-being, evident in their adaptability to changing weather conditions. Reaching the summit was a surreal and immensely gratifying experience, and I attribute this achievement to the incredible support and guidance provided by the team. The food was delicious, and the accommodations, considering the remote locations, were comfortable and inviting. I wholeheartedly recommend Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd to a... See more nyone seeking an unforgettable Himalayan adventure. I eagerly look forward to my next expedition with this remarkable team. Thank you, Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd, for making this dream come true! See less...


Stanley Keaton

Mexico

17th Nov, 2022

My Mera Peak Climbing expedition with Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd was a life-changing adventure that I will forever cherish. Over 18 days, their team displayed an exceptional level of professionalism, expertise, and dedication to ensuring our safety and enjoyment throughout the journey. From the initial inquiry to standing triumphantly on Mera Peak's summit, I was consistently impressed by their commitment. The guides were not only seasoned mountaineers but also incredible companions, sharing their deep knowledge of the Himalayas, making the trek both educational and exciting. The thoughtfully designed itinerary allowed for proper acclimatization, enhancing our safety and chances of a successful climb. The team's adaptability to changing weather conditions showcased their unwavering commitment to our well-being. Reaching the summit was an unforgettable moment, and I owe this accomplishment to the incredible support and guidance provided by Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd. The food was delicious and the accommodations, considering the remote locations, were comfortable and welcoming. I wholeheartedly recommend Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd to anyone seeking an extraordinary Himalayan ad... See more venture. I eagerly anticipate my next expedition with this exceptional team. Thank you, Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd, for making this dream a reality! See less...


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Morocco

13th Oct, 2022

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France

18th Mar, 2023

  My Mera Peak Climbing expedition with Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd was a once-in-a-lifetime adventure that surpassed all my expectations. Over 18 extraordinary days, their team showcased an exceptional level of professionalism, expertise, and unwavering dedication to ensuring our safety and enjoyment. From the very first inquiry to the triumphant moment of standing on Mera Peak's summit, I was consistently impressed by their commitment. The guides were not only highly skilled mountaineers but also passionate about sharing their deep knowledge of the Himalayas, making the trek both an educational and exhilarating experience. The well-planned itinerary allowed for proper acclimatization, enhancing our safety and chances of success. Even in the face of challenging weather conditions, the team's adaptability and focus on our well-being were unwavering. Reaching the summit was a dream come true, and I attribute this accomplishment to the incredible support and guidance of Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd. The food was delicious and varied, and the accommodations, considering the remote locations, were comfortable and welcoming. I wholeheartedly recommend Actual Adventure Pvt. Lt... See more d to anyone seeking a life-changing Himalayan adventure. I eagerly anticipate my next expedition with this outstanding team. Thank you, Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd, for making this dream a reality! See less...


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United States

15th Oct, 2022

  My Mera Peak Climbing expedition with Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd was nothing short of an epic adventure. Over 18 unforgettable days, their team demonstrated an exceptional level of professionalism, expertise, and unwavering commitment to ensuring our safety and satisfaction. From the very first inquiry to standing proudly on Mera Peak's summit, I was consistently impressed by their dedication. The guides were not just experienced mountaineers but also fantastic storytellers, sharing their deep knowledge of the Himalayas, making the journey both educational and thrilling. The well-crafted itinerary allowed for proper acclimatization, enhancing our safety and chances of a successful climb. Even when faced with challenging weather conditions, the team's adaptability and focus on our well-being were unwavering. Reaching the summit was a surreal and immensely gratifying experience, and I attribute this accomplishment to the incredible support and guidance of Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd. The food was delicious, and the accommodations, considering the remote locations, were comfortable and inviting. I wholeheartedly recommend Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd to anyone seeking a tr... See more ansformative Himalayan adventure. I eagerly look forward to my next expedition with this exceptional team. Thank you, Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd, for making this dream come true! See less...


Lori_carter_webb

Austria

6th Oct, 2022

  My experience with Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd. during the Short Poon Hill Trek was nothing short of fantastic. From the moment I contacted them, their professionalism and responsiveness were evident. They worked closely with me to craft an itinerary that matched my preferences, making the trek planning process seamless. Throughout the journey, my guide's expertise and friendliness were invaluable, enhancing my understanding of the Annapurna region and its culture. The trek itself was a visual feast, with breathtaking mountain vistas and diverse landscapes. Actual Adventure's choice of accommodations and meals exceeded my expectations, providing comfort and authentic Nepali flavors. Their dedication to responsible tourism and sustainable practices further impressed me. I wholeheartedly recommend Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd. to anyone seeking an enriching adventure in Nepal. Thank you, Actual Adventure, for an unforgettable trekking experience!


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