Mera Peak Climbing - 15 Days

Mera Peak Climb Heaven Nepal Adventure

Mera Peak Climbing (6461m) is an adventure within the hidden areas of Khumbu and Inkhu valley. It lies to the east of Lukla and is as one of the highest trekking peaks of Nepal Himalayas.

Mera Peak Climbing

While Everest region sports numerous adventures, Mera Peak Climbing is one of the best. This trekking and peak climbing trip heads to one of the most celebrated peaks in Nepal to Mera Peak (6461m). You can climb the highest trekking peak in Nepal and enjoy the company of Sherpa culture on this trip. Similarly, the peak climbing trip explores the lower Khumbu Valley and Makalu Barun National Park along with views of the Everest ranges. All in all, the trip entertains with a mix of natural and cultural marvels.

Trip Highlights

  • Enjoy the delightful scenery of the Everest Himalayas.
  • Explore the lower Khumbu region and Makalu Barun National Park.
  • Witness the Sherpa culture and lifestyle.
  • Climb the highest peak climbing destination in Nepal, Mera Peak (6461m).

Trip Overview

Mera Peak Climbing trip begins with your arrival in Kathmandu. Here, you stay for a day and prepare for the challenging trip in the days to come. Also, you can tour around the city to a few of the world heritage sites. Next, you fly to the Everest region on a short and scenic flight to Lukla. From here, the trek begins as you head south to Chutanga. Trekking along the Dudh Koshi River, the trip heads to Thuli Kharka before making way to Thangnak. Further, the trek enters the Makalu Barun National Park and climbs to the top of the Mera La Pass (5045m).

Then, the trek reaches the Mera Peak Base Camp which offers surreal views of the Everest and Charpate Himal ranges. Similarly, you will spend an extra day at the base camp, also known as Khare. Next, you ascend to the Mera High Camp and prepare for the final climb. The climb to the top of the Mera Peak (6461m) is a rather difficult affair and stretches across steep snowy terrain.

The top of the peak grants mesmerizing views of the mountains like Mt. Everest (8848m), Makalu (8485m), and Lhotse (8516m). Then, you descend back to the base camp and begin the return trek. The return trail crosses many Sherpa villages and climbs the Zatrwa La Pass (4610m). Finally, you return to Lukla and fly back to Kathmandu.

Itinerary for Mera Peak Climbing

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu airport 1,340 m and transfer to hotel.
Day 02: At Kathmandu with options for tour and climb preparations.
Day 03: Fly to Lukla 2,820 m (30 mins) and trek to Chutanga 3,030 m – 04 hrs.
Day 04: Trek to Thuli-Kharka 4,300 m – 06 hrs.
Day 05: Trek to Thangnak 4,356 m -06 hrs.
Day 06: Trek to Khare / Mera Peak Base Camp 5,045 m – 04 hrs.
Day 07: At Khare for acclimatization with Pre-Climbing Training.
Day 08: Climb Mera High Camp 5,780 m – 04 hrs.
Day 09: Ascent of Mera Peak 6,461 m/ 21,190 ft back to Khare – 08 hrs.
Day 10: Trek to Kothe 3,600 m – 06 hrs.
Day 11: Trek to Thuli-Kharka 4,300 m – 05 hrs.
Day 12: Trek to Chutanga via Zatrwa La pass 4,610 m – 06 hrs.
Day 13: Trek to Lukla – 04 hrs and transfer into a lodge.
Day 14: Fly back to Kathmandu and transfer to the hotel with a free afternoon.
Day 15: International departure for homeward bound.

Mera Peak Climbing Difficulty

It is a challenging trip and the climbers should be extremely fit. Similarly, the climbers should prepare for the trip beforehand with proper exercises. Also, the autumn and spring seasons are the best times for the trip.

You are going to be on the lap of Himalayas. We will support you in case of emergencies and unfavorable conditions during the Mera Peak Climbing. Our guides and staffs are well-trained for these kinds of situations. So, you have to believe yourself and in us.

At Heaven Nepal Adventure, we are dedicated to providing the best services to our clients. Also, our team looks to cater to each and every need of these travelers in Nepal.

Day 1
Arrival in Kathmandu airport 1,340 m and transfer to hotel.

Your arrival in Kathmandu will be followed by a short drive to the hotel located in the heart of the city, Thamel. Your guide will be waiting for you at the hotel. He will brief you about the Mera Peak climbing trip in detail. Your guide will assess your current gear and equipment. In the meantime, he will procure the climbing permit on your behalf. You can head to explore the city or shop around Thamel for needed gear and equipment.

Day 2
At Kathmandu with options for tour and climb preparations.

You will assess your gear and equipment before embarking on the trip. You must carry only the needed gear as the flight to Lukla only allows 12-15 kg of luggage on a person. If time permits, you’ll embark on a brief tour of the Kathmandu city. Accompanied by a tour guide, you will visit some of the most popular UNESCO World Heritage Sites inside the city. Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square are a few of the places you will visit during this tour. You can also choose to indulge in a wall-climbing activity to boost your stamina instead of touring the city. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 3
Fly to Lukla 2,820 m (30 mins) and trek to Chutanga 3,030 m – 04 hrs.

Following a delicious breakfast at the hotel, you’ll drive towards Tribhuvan International Airport and embark on a scenic flight towards the Himalayan town of Lukla. It will be a short flight, and you will get to witness the beautiful aerial view of lush green hills and mountains in a distance. The scenic Mera Peak trek begins from Lukla town and takes a detour east of the main Everest Base Camp trail. The day will end at Chutanga village. You will walk past yak pastures and beautiful rhododendron forests en route to Chutanga village.

Day 4
Trek to Thuli-Kharka 4,300 m – 06 hrs.

From Chutanga, the trail heads uphill towards Thuli-Kharka. The trek begins with a steep ascent of Kalo Himal Ridge in the Nau Lekh range. You’ll cross the Hinku valley and continue climbing up towards Zwatra La pass (4,600m). You will encounter a boulder slope towards the top. Enjoy the beautiful views of Karyolung and Lumding Himal in a distance. An hour-long downhill hike will take you to Thuli-Kharka. Overnight in Thuli-Kharka.

Day 5
Trek to Thangnak 4,356 m -06 hrs.

From Thuli-Kharka, the trail drops downhill through the rugged landscape. You reach a vantage point from where you can catch the beautiful view of the Mera Peak’s south face. The trail enters the deep alpine forest and crosses a beautiful rhododendron forest. You’ll encounter two different trails where one may lead to Kothe village. You’ll take a detour and head towards Thangnak village. The village sits in a wide U-shaped valley amidst the high mountains. The inhabitants of the village mostly indulge in rearing livestock.

Day 6
Trek to Khare / Mera Peak Base Camp 5,045 m – 04 hrs.

The trail climbs along the rugged terrain and heads above the permanent snowline to snow moraines and crevasses towards Khare. The trail is generally filled with thick snow. You many find sparse settlements here on. You’ll continue towards the lateral moraine at Dig glacier and begin trekking uphill towards Dig Kharka. Catch the beautiful sight of Charpate Himal along the way. Begin climbing the snow moraines to advance toward the top ridge at Hinku Nup and Shar glacier. A short trek will take you to Khare valley. Catch the majestic sight of Mera peak’s north face in front of you.

Day 7
At Khare for acclimatization with Pre-Climbing Training.

It will be rather a quiet day today as you rest inside your tent, acclimatizing for the upcoming climb. Your guide will offer you hands-on tips on climbing the Mera peak. Your guide will offer you important lessons on how to best use your existing gears such as ropes, carabineers, ice-ax, and boots. Overnight in Khare.

Day 8
Climb Mera High Camp 5,780 m – 04 hrs.

After a hot breakfast, you’ll embark on a short trek towards Mera High Camp. The trail continues along the snow moraines towards Mera Base Camp. You’ll encounter a boulder-strewn steep trail that leads you towards Mera La Pass. It will be a difficult hike uphill towards the top of the Mera La Pass crossing to the other side to arrive at Mera High Camp. The site is marked by a large rock. Although a short ascent, it can prove to be a difficult job to cross through thick snow at such high altitudes. Catch the beautiful sights of the nearby mountains such as Everest, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Chamlang peaks.

Day 9
Ascent of Mera Peak 6,461 m/ 21,190 ft back to Khare – 08 hrs.

Today is the summit day. The day begins early as you get up at 2 am and have your breakfast. Hopefully, the weather is clear for you to start summiting the peak. The climb begins early morning –this helps to avoid bad weather at the time you reach the summit. Using the fixed ropes, you’ll begin climbing the snow and ice terrains. The steep trail rises until a section behind the ridge that brings you towards the summit. Here on, you will use ice-ax and crampon to climb the last section of the summit. From the summit of Mera Peak, you can enjoy the beautiful panorama of the Hinku valley and some of the highest peaks in the world such as Everest, Cho-Oyu, Lhotse, Makalu, Kanchenjunga, Nuptse, Chamlang, and Baruntse. You’ll begin your journey down and continue trekking back to Khare village.

Day 10
Trek to Kothe 3,600 m – 06 hrs.

Leaving Khare, you’ll begin trekking through the snow and cross lush alpine forests to arrive at Thagnak village. Along the trail, you will pass through beautiful rhododendron forests. A short downhill trek will bring you to the cattle breeding village of Kothe.

Day 11
Trek to Thuli-Kharka 4,300 m – 05 hrs.

From Kothe, you’ll begin climbing an uphill trail through lush rhododendron forests situated on the western front of Hinku valley. The short trek will lead you to Thuli-Kharka. Enjoy the majestic sights of Mera North, Mera Central, and Mera South face. Overnight in Thuli-Kharka.

Day 12
Trek to Chutanga via Zatrwa La pass 4,610 m – 06 hrs.

You’ll exit the Hinku valley and begin trekking southwest towards Chutang village. A steep climb above Thuli-Kharka brings you directly to the top of Zatrwa La Pass. Catch the last glimpse of Hinku valley before heading towards Dudh Koshi valley. Following a short descent, you’ll continue through yak pastures to arrive at Chutang Village. Instead of continuing towards Lukla, you’ll take an overnight rest at Chutang.

Day 13
Trek to Lukla – 04 hrs and transfer into a lodge.

On the last day of the trek, you’ll rather walk casually enjoying the beautiful surrounding. You will get to witness numerous yak pastures and small Sherpa settlements along the trail. Crossing the thick alpine forests, you’ll begin descending towards Lukla. Once in Lukla, you will check into the hotel. You can relax and enjoy the successful completion of the trek.

Day 14
Fly back to Kathmandu and transfer to the hotel with a free afternoon.

It’s time to bid farewell to the beautiful Everest region and the scenic mountains. An early morning flight from Lukla will bring you back to Kathmandu. Catch the breathtaking aerial view of the valleys below. After some rest at your hotel in Kathmandu, you can shop for souvenirs at Thamel. In the evening, you will enjoy a lavish farewell dinner in one of the typical Nepalese-styled restaurants.

Day 15
International departure for homeward bound.

After the wonderful moment spent during the 15 Day of Mera Peak Climbing Journey, Bid farewell to your guide, staff, and hotel as you make your way towards the airport. A short drive through the bustling city will take you to the airport and you’ll catch your flight back home.

Cost Includes

  • Arrival airport pick-up transfer to hotel
  • Group meeting with a tour operator and introducing the guide/climbing guide
  • Welcome dinner with live Nepali cultural program
  • 3 Nights at 3-star standard accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast
  • Kathmandu - Lukla - Kathmandu flight, airport tax, and domestic airport transfer
  • Teahouse/Mountain Lodge accommodation during the trek
  • All meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) during the trek
  • Cost of a guide (government certified experienced, fluent English speaking, first aid and eco trained).
  • Porter’s cost (one porter for every two members in a group)
  • The assistant guide we provide an assistant guide as per the group size to support wherever necessary
  • All Necessary Climbing Permit Charge, Sagarmatha National Park fee and all Gov. local taxes as applicable
  • 4-night will provide an attached bathroom with the hot shower during the trek
  • Down Jacket and sleeping bags (upon request)
  • A duffle bag and a T-shirt (as a souvenir)
  • Purified drinking water while on a trek
  • Group medical Kit Box (Diamox and other first-aid medicine carried by a guide)
  • An hour trekker's massage upon accomplishing the trek
  • Farewell dinner with official staff(HNA)
  • Adventure certificate (after completion of the trek)
  • Final departure transfer to the airport

Cost Excludes

  • International Airfare
  • Nepal Visa, in/out flight to Kathmandu
  • Your meals at Kathmandu, except provided dinner and breakfast
  • Entire cold and alcoholic beverages on the trip
  • Necessary group climbing gears (Climbing rope, ice axe, ice crew and snow bar/ possible to hire or buy in Kathmandu)
  • Your travel insurance (Must includes Helicopter evacuation and trip cancellation)
  • Personal nature expenses/Oxygen bottle
  • Tips our driver and our field satff
  • Any extending trips
  • Service not mentioned in 'Service Included' section

Meals and Accommodations:

In major cities like Pokhara and Kathmandu, you will get multiple options to choose from, from cheap lodges to extravagant 5 stars hotels. Likewise, you will also get to choose from a wide range of cuisines while in the major cities. However, once you move away from the cities, the options for meals and accommodations in Nepal will become limited. During the treks, the best accommodations available are lodges and teahouses. They provide basic facilities for dining and lodging. These places mostly serve traditional Nepali food “Daal Bhat Tarkari” (rice, pulses, and vegetables). Similarly, there are several other food varieties like Momo, Thukpa, and Thakali food available across Nepal.

Banking, ATM’s, and Money in Nepal:

Nepalese Rupees is the official currency of Nepal. The banknotes of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, and 1000 whereas coins of 1 and 2 are available in Nepal.
While travelling to Nepal, banking and money exchange are not a huge deal in big cities like Pokhara and Kathmandu. When you head to rural areas, the availability of banks, ATMs, and money exchange booths becomes fairly scarce. So, it best to withdraw enough cash and exchange the currency at major cities.

You can also exchange foreign currencies into Nepali Rupees at the Tribhuvan International Airport. You need to be updated about the exchange rates which are available at the official website of Neal Rastra Bank at

Sightseeing Tour:

We will brief you about your sightseeing tour in Kathmandu and trekking and we will be giving you information file, and importantly introduced with your tour/trekking guide.

Trekking Crews:

You will provide government registered, well-trained English Speaking guide, who has to acknowledge about responsible tourism flew of areas and eco-friendly tourism
We also provide an assistant guide (call is Sherpa) if you’re on the group 4-5 people, who are ready to help you with every your situation. Also provide one porter is every two members of the group, and he will be carrying bag pack not more than 25kg. We get our crews’ life get insured.


After your trip is over, we will provide you (HNA) adventure certificate =region.

Size of Group:

Trekking Group Size of minimum 2-10 people. In case you want to travel alone, please do not hesitate to write back to us. We will plan consequently. In the case in your group more than ten people, please let us know so that we can make advance require and improvise plans and itinerary.


Trekking on the Everest Region much difficult as it is even more technical. We give you special priority to its technical sides for as well. For this, we have planned an itinerary to allow you to get acclimatize naturally. We know a particular location where you need to stay for rest to acclimatize, and the particular distance you need to walk slowly pace study and so on. In case you get AMS, we have to crews who know how to deal with, it effectively and smartly.

Altitude Sickness:

While trekking in Nepal is extremely satisfying, altitude sickness might get a better hold of you at times. The air pressure and oxygen concentration decrease the higher you travel. As such, altitude sickness is an illness that a human body suffers from due to these reasons. The symptoms of the sickness include lack of appetite, nausea, weakness, lightheartedness, sleep disturbance, tiredness, and headache. These symptoms generally appear when moving upwards of the height 2,400 meters from the sea level.

You can adopt different measures to avoid altitude sickness like a walk with a slow and steady pace, avoid smoking, and stop at different stations to acclimatize. Before beginning your trek, make sure you have a first aid kit with ibuprofen or paracetamol and Diamox. If anyone falls victim to altitude sickness, it is necessary to inform the trip leader and descend to a lower altitude. In extreme cases, it might also be necessary to perform Heli rescue and emergency evacuations.

Travel Insurance:

Accidents can happen anywhere so, it is recommended for all the tourists to get travel insurance before visiting Nepal. Depending upon the insurance policy and the company, the insurance will look after tragic like theft, loss or accidental damage of gears and other belongings, baggage, and medical emergencies. Likewise, the insurance should also include helicopter evacuation and any kinds of mishaps that might occur during adventure sporting like bungee jumping, rafting, and zip-lining. No one is capable of foreseeing the accidents, but each individual can by themselves an insurance policy to lessen the effects of the accident.

Internet and Communication:

It is quite easy to access the Internet in Nepal. Using Wi-Fi is a widely used way to communicate and use the Internet. Wi-Fi is easily available in major cities and even in some remote destinations. When trekking to remote locations, Wi-Fi might not always be available; so, using cellular data is the best way to communicate over the Internet. You can buy a Sim-card in Nepal at a reasonable price which allows you to make an international call. Also, you can use mobile data while you are in the areas without Wi-Fi. Telephone, Fax, and newspapers are few other forms of communication in Nepal.

Pre-respond to Altitude Sickness?

Please consult your physician Please keep on informing our crews if you feel uneasy
• Please do walk in the group so that you can help each other
• Please do carry Diamox (Acetazolamide

Travel Insurance:

We would like to recommend you to get your trekking insured. Since you are trekking is probably one of the wildest and challenging routes, you need to be cautious of anything inevitable. You may need helicopter evacuation and get your trip cancelled. You may get injured and get your baggage theft and so on.

Country Visa and Entry Procedure:

here are two ways to obtain a Nepalese visa. The first one is via the Nepalese Diplomatic Missions stationed in your country. As of the second way, you can easily obtain an On-Arrival visa at the entry/exit points stationed across the country. You can fill out an application form and provide the necessary documents to receive an On-Arrival Visa. Travellers can choose different visa types according to the length of their stay in Nepal.

The visa for 15 days costs USD 30, USD 50 for 30 days, and USD 125 for 90 days. Also if your visa is about to expire but you are not yet done exploring the country, you can get your visa extended for USD 3 per day and if your visa has already expired, it costs USD 5 per day. This information regarding updated Visa Fees is available at the official website of the Department of Immigration at

You can also head to the following link for more information regarding Tourist Visa in Nepal.

Popular Destinations to Visit:

There are numerous travel destinations in Nepal; each with a unique identity and story of its own. Kathmandu is one of such destinations, with dozens of sightseeing to do, eateries to try out, and handicrafts to shop. Next up is Pokhara which enchants its visitors with its serene lakes and the enthralling views of Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, and Fishtail ranges. Similarly, Lumbini, Chitwan, Bandipur, and Palpa are few other destinations which are ripe for tours and leisurely vacations. Chitwan National Park and Bardia National Park are two of the most popular destinations for jungle safari and wildlife exploration.

As of adventure sports, Kathmandu and Pokhara offer plenty of choices including rafting, bungee jumping, zip-lining, and paragliding. Likewise, the Everest, Annapurna, and Langtang regions stand out as the prominent destinations for treks, peak climbing trips, and expeditions.

Things to do in Nepal:

The nation is considered to be a paradise for trekkers and grants an exciting number of choices. On these treks, you will witness the grand views of the Himalayas and cultural prosperity of the ethnic communities along the trails. Everest Base Camp Trek and Annapurna Base Camp Trek are two of the most popular treks in Nepal.

For those who are not satisfied with just gazing up to the mountains, you can go for a mountaineering expedition and peak climbing. While expeditions take you to mountains above the height of 6,500 meters, the destinations of peak climbing trips are low-lying peaks which can be summited even by amateurs. Everest (8848m), Annapurna (8091m), and Ama Dablam (6856m) are popular expedition sites whereas Island Peak (6189m), Mera Peak (6476m), and Pisang Peak (6091m) are the notable peak climbing destinations.

Short tours and sightseeing in Nepal are also quite popular among travellers in Nepal. Likewise, adventure sports like rafting, bungee jumping, paragliding, canyoning, rock climbing, zip-lining, and mountain biking are also among the things that can be done in Nepal.

Trekking Seasons in Nepal:

The country lies on the temperate zone and has four distinct climates: spring, summer (with monsoon), autumn, and winter. Normally, the best time to trek in Nepal is during March-May (spring) when the skies are clear, trails are filled blooming flora, and the temperature is just the right.

Another appropriate season is mid-September to November (autumn), during which the temperature is moderate, skies are clear, and mountain views are stunning. The summer season (June – August) is occupied by heavy rainfall increasing the chances of landslides in the hills, while the winter season brings in harsh weather conditions and extreme cold. However, there are treks which can be done during winter and monsoon as well.

Upper Dolpo and Upper Mustang regions lie in the rain-shadow area so, they are ideal trek destinations during monsoon. Likewise, easy and low-altitude treks like Ghorepani Poonhill and Tamang Heritage Trek are perfect during the winter season.

Altitude Sickness:

While trekking in Nepal is extremely satisfying, altitude sickness might get a better hold of you at times. The air pressure and oxygen concentration decrease the higher you travel.

As such, altitude sickness is an illness that a human body suffers from due to these reasons. The symptoms of the sickness include lack of appetite, nausea, weakness, lightheartedness, sleep disturbance, tiredness, and headache. These symptoms generally appear when moving upwards of the height 2,400 meters from the sea level.

You can adopt different measures to avoid altitude sickness like a walk with a slow and steady pace, avoid smoking, and stop at different stations to acclimatize. Before beginning your trek, make sure you have a first aid kit with ibuprofen or paracetamol and Diamox. If anyone falls victim to altitude sickness, it is necessary to inform the trip leader and descend to a lower altitude. In extreme cases, it might also be necessary to perform Heli rescue and emergency evacuations.

(Frequently Asked Questions or Queries):

When can I book for Mera Peak Climb?

Depending upon your time and duration for the trek you can book this trip at least 2-3 weeks ahead from our departure dates for the trek, with advance payment as per the norms and rules of the company. Make sure that you have checked your medical and physical fitness before signing the trip and as well purchasing medical and travel insurance which is very important for this kind of adventurous treks in Nepal Himalaya.

How many people will be in the group?

From the minimum 5-8 person in the group with a maximum of 10-15 persons in the group, in some cases we do allow booking for a single person as well, running independently at extra cost than in groups.

How is the weather around Everest for Mera Peak Climb?

As per the season wise, where best time is from March to May when most of the day is clear with minimum temperatures of 0° to 20° Celsius depending upon the altitude and areas. Where most of the morning till mid days clears for views and walks, sometimes afternoon can get overcast with chances of light rains and snow. March to May will be lively with wild-flowers in full bloom especially various species of rhododendron (national flower of Nepal) from trees too short bushes.

How are the lodge and Tea-House on Treks?

Tea-House and lodge does not exist after Lukla, as this trek and climb leads beyond villages and human settlement Only a small lodge at Thangnak serving for smaller groups and trekking staff and porters, where the lodge with simple and basic facilities, where Mera Peak Climb will be full camping, sleeping in two-man tents with separate kitchen unit lodge.

Are there electricity and network for cell-phones?

None after Lukla as this walk leads to complete wilderness within mountains around remote corners of Khumbu and Everest region, where one can carry their own solar panel to provide power for your cell phones.

What happens if some is sick and have to break the trek?

In this situation where our guides are well equipped with knowledge for emergency and medical purpose, depending upon the seriousness of the victims if it is much critical where nearest medical attention needed, we call for immediate evacuation for Helicopter services to reach the victims to nearest medical station and hospital. For light AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness), resting and drinking enough fluid leaving an extra guide to take care of sick clients till he/she recovers on route treks or help them to descend to safer areas and taking an advance flight back to Kathmandu.

How are foods and hygiene during treks and lodges on route?

Meals are prepared according to your choice of menu items, all foods are carefully prepared with much hygiene concern, avoiding from complaints and reputation of the lodges, as they have been serving for more than two decades to worldwide travelers.

I have heard that some people could get sick while on treks why?

Well hearing rumors and seeing for your own self is a different picture, to be honest, some people are not used to Asian and spicy foods, that’s why people could get sick with a change of diets as well. To be on the healthy side before and after the treks is to get advice from your guides what will be the best food to consume while on treks, we strongly suggest staying away from meats items in the first place, as it is not hygienic could be stale meat
of a week time or more. If you go with a vegetarian for sometimes will be the best options to stay healthy till you get immune to the local environment and culture.

What types of medication should I bring from home for the trek?

In our list, we always mention general medication to bring from home as well from your doctor advice also, your doctor might recommend you some basic medication list like medicine against diarrhea, headache, fever, cold-flu as well constipation including first aid for cuts-wounds and burns as well. In every trip of ours, we carry comprehensive medical kits which will be carried by our trekking staff, guides or group leader for common use if required as for your own personal illness, where you doctors might have recommended some medicine to carry with you.

What are the major factors and precaution one should take care on treks?

Always abide by the rules of the company and guides/leader, most of the main sickness is stomach disorder due to the change in foods and culture shocks. If people have traveled in Asia countries and know the food well will be not a problem.
Other factors might leads to altitude sickness known as AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) which can happen to any people if they are not careful by walking fast in higher elevation and might catch the symptoms of AMS.
We have designed the itinerary days where people can acclimatize well with rest days in a couple of high places before reaching much higher to our goal and highlights.
Some people might take Diamox pills, which is often used as high altitude pills, should consult the doctors before taking the right dose, which helps to regulate the flow of blood systems from getting clots in high altitude.
Where drinking plenty of fluids, water-juice and rehydration drink including black warm tea also help and taking much rest after getting tired.

Checklist for all season:

  • Travel document: passport, visa, travel insurance, air tickets, voucher, and a passport-sized photo.
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Reading/Writing materials
  • Travel games, like chess, backgammon, scrabble
  • First-aid kit (containing lip balm, aspirin/ paracetamol, Band-Aid, bandage for sprains, iodine or water purifier, Moleskin for blisters, antiseptic for cuts, anti-bacterial throat lozenge, anti-histamine, Imodium or similar tablets for diarrhoea, re-hydration powder, Norfloxacin or
  • Ciprofloxacin, antibiotic  for
  • Giardia, Diamox and any extra
  • prescription drugs you are currently taking)
  • Protein bars, chocolate, dried fruit, candies, and snack foods
  • Swiss Army Knife
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Lightweight towel
  • Swimsuit
  • Toiletries (quick-drying towel, toothbrush, toothpaste, multipurpose soap, deodorant, nail clipper, face, and body
  • moisturizer, feminine, hygiene
  • products, small mirror
  • Day pack (with waist straps)
  • Alarm clock and
  • torch/flashlight/headlamp
  • Lighter
  • Insect repellent
  • Earplugs and eye mask
  • Small padlock
  • Refillable water bottle
  • Sun hat Sunglasses, Scarf
  • Bag Liner
  • Sewing kit
  • Wind and waterproof shell jacket and trousers (preferably breathable fabric)
  • Running shoes or sandals
  • Comfortable walking shoes
    Socks: thick wool blend and thin cotton to be worn in combination
  • Lightweight thermal gloves
  • Underwear and shorts
  • T-Shirt 2 Or 3
  • Long sleep shirt
  • (Special Checklist for summer)
  • Trekking/Hiking boots with spare laces
  • Lightweight long trousers (no jeans)
  • Special Checklist for winter and High Altitude:
  •  34. Layered clothing /Thermals and extra warm clothing during winter (December-March)
  •  1 heavyweight or 2 lightweight wool jumper/sweater/fleece jacket
  • Fleece wind-stopper jacket (optional)
  • Down jacket or down vest
  • Fleece Or wool trousers/pants
  • Heavyweight gloves or mittens
  • wool or fleece with a waterproof shell outer
  • A four-season sleeping bag/sleep
  • sheet Thick, warm wool hiking socks
  • Gaiter (optional)
  •  Special Checklist for summer
  •  Lightweight wool
  • jumper/sweater/fleece
  • Umbrella/waterproof jacket and
  • trousers (May—September)
  • Sunscreen lotion with maximum SPF
  • Water bottle

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  • Moderate to Adventurous
  • 6,461 m and 21,190 ft.
  • 2+
  • Sep- Dec, Mar-May
  • 14 Night/15 Days
  • Tea House(On Hotel and lodges)

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