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Mera Peak Climbing - 15 Days

Overview and Highlights

Key Information

Best Seasons


Group Size



15 Days

Trek Difficulty


Maximum Altitude







Hinku Valley




Peak Climbing


Mera Peak

Trip Starts


Trips Ends


Highlight Of Mera Peak Climbing

  • Sightseeing of the ancient Buddhist culture and tradition.
  • Living lifestyle and
  • Best panoramic views of beautiful mountain scenes including Everest 8,849m-29032ft (The highest mountain in the world), Cho Oyu (8,188m-26863ft), Lhotse (8,516m-27939ft), Kanchenjunga (8,586m-28169ft), Makalu(8,463m-27765ft), and many other mighty Himalayas.
  • daily activities of Sherpa, Rai, and Magar.
  • Many rhododendrons and oak forests.


Mera Peak Climbing Trek is really designed for those trekkers who wish to trek in the Himalayas of our country and want to gain trekking experience so that they can climb the mountains above 8,000m-26246ft. Trekking in the Himalayas of the Makalu region is the ultimate dream for a man of the famous and demanding trekking destinations of the Makalu region. Climbing Mera Peak is spicy for trekkers and mountaineers around the world, Climb Mera peak will give you an awesome opportunity to trek in the Himalayas of the Makalu region and fulfil your dream of climbing the mountain in the Makalu region.

Mera Peak Climb offers visitors the best panoramic views of beautiful mountain scenes including Everest 8,849m-29032ft (The highest mountain in the world), Cho Oyu (8,188m-26863ft), Lhotse (8,516m-27939ft), Kanchenjunga (8,586m-28169ft), Makalu (8,463m-27765ft), and many other mighty Himalayas. You will also get an opportunity to do sightseeing in the ancient Buddhist culture and tradition. Exploring the lifestyle and daily activities of Sherpa, Rai, and Magar people living in the villages of the Himalayas is also a major attraction of this trek. We suggest you, go on this trek in the autumn and spring season as this time is said to be the ideal trekking season of Mera Peak Nepal.

Are you looking for a mountain challenge that will test your strength and courage? Look no further than Mera Peak Trek, the highest trekking peak in Nepal. While many have tried to conquer the peak, its steep slopes and extreme weather conditions make it a difficult undertaking. Those who brave the Mera peak difficulty will be rewarded with incredible views, the satisfaction of conquering one of Nepal's tallest peaks, and an experience they will never forget. Are you up for the challenge of conquering Nepal's tallest Peak? Standing at an incredible 6,476m (2,1246ft) of Mera peak altitude, the Mera Peak is one of the most spectacular and rewarding treks in the Himalayas. It's a challenging trek that will require physical and mental preparation, but if you can complete it, you'll be rewarded with stunning panoramic views and a sense of accomplishment like no other! Along the way, you will pass base camp and high camp as you make your way up the Mera Peak. But if you take on this challenge and succeed, you will be rewarded with one of the most breathtaking views in the world. Are you ready to take on the challenge of conquering Nepal's tallest mountain? If you're looking for an adventure of a lifetime, then this Mera Peak itinerary is for you. Join us as we ascend this majestic peak in 15 days, taking in the unparalleled beauty of the Nepalese landscape along the way.

Mera peak climbing cost and itinerary

If you are looking for a thrilling adventure in Nepal, then you should consider Mera Peak climbing. At an altitude of 6,476 meters (21,247 feet) above sea level, Mera Peak is the highest trekking peak in Nepal and one of the most popular peaks to summit in the region.

The cost and itinerary of Mera Peak Climbing depend on the route you choose and the number of days that you plan to trek. It typically takes 15 days to reach the summit of Mera Peak. The full itinerary includes acclimatization days and rest days so that you can reach the summit safely.

The cost of a 15-day Mera Peak Climbing package typically ranges from USD 1,800-2,500 per person. This package includes all necessary permits and equipment, as well as meals, accommodation and services of a professional trekking guide and porter.

The itinerary starts from Kathmandu, where you will prepare for the trek with your guide and porter before taking a flight to Lukla Airport. From there, you will trek to the Chuthanga

On the way to Mera Peak summit, you will visit several villages, including Khote, Tangnag, Khare and Mera Peak Base Camp. You will also have the opportunity to cross one passe: Zatrwa La Pass (4,600m-15091ft).

Once you reach Khare, you will spend two days acclimatizing and training with your guide before attempting to summit Mera Peak. On summit day, you will rise early to begin your ascent. Depending on the weather conditions and your physical ability, it usually takes 8-9 hours to reach the summit of Mera Peak.

Once you have successfully summited Mera Peak, you will enjoy spectacular views of Mt Everest and other surrounding mountains before descending back to Khare. You will then continue your trek back to Lukla and take a flight back to Kathmandu.

Mera Peak Climbing is an incredible experience that will take you to the highest Peak in Nepal and provide you with a breathtaking view of some of the most majestic mountains in the world. For an unforgettable adventure.

Additionally, Mera Peak Climbing is an excellent option for anyone with moderate mountaineering experience. It is a challenging trekking peak due to its altitude, but the technical mountaineering skills requirement is very basic. Besides, Northern Trekking Tema’s seasoned Sherpa guide will provide us with basic mountaineering training before the actual summit.

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Namaste and welcome to Nepal!

Our staff will be waiting for you outside the airport on your arrival. He will warmly receive you at the airport, Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), and transfer you to the hotel in a private vehicle.

On this day, you will meet your trek climbing guide who will accompany you throughout the tenure of the trek. He will suggest to you all the essential things to bring for your much-expected adventure.

Depending upon your arrival schedule in Kathmandu, you will also have some time to explore Thamel. It (Thamel) is a prominent touristic spot in the country. They say Nepal visit unless you stroll around the streets of Thamel.


As they say, the journey to the destination is more beautiful than reaching the destination. And yes, they are right. The journey to Mera Peak is no less exciting than getting at the top of the peak and the thrill exactly begins when you get in the plane for Lukla.

This is going to be and probably the best flight experience of your lifetime. It is not only because you get heart capturing view of the Himalayas but the chill of excitement that runs through your spine when the plane flies amid hills. Thrilling, truly thrilling!

Once we arrive in Lukla, the guide will arrange a porter and by the time you can give a quick glance at Lukla airstrip—Tenzing-Hillary Airport—one of the most dangerous airports in the world. It was built by Sir Edmund Hillary who along with Tenzing Norgay Sherpa scaled the tallest tower of the globe—Mt. Everest, 8,849m—in 1953.

Once everything is done, we proceed toward Chutang. It is a pleasant walk through the woods of rhododendron and magnolia. We arrive at Nangbu. The scenic beauty in the background will melt your heart. Finally, we reach Chutang.


Most part of the course today is uphill. The trail lacks teahouses so we carry a packed lunch for today. The exciting part of today’s trek is that you will cross Zatrwa La Pass which is at an altitude of 4,600m-15091ft. The pass separates Hinku and Khumbu Valley. A couple of hours of descending walk from here will bring us to  Chhetrabu.


Do you know you will get the first glimpse of Mera Peak today? Isn’t it exciting? But prior to getting the first view of this majestic tower, Mera Peak, we need to cross a few passes. Most of today’s trek is downhill full of zig-zags. We will also ascend at some places before getting in Kothe.


Every day we are getting closer to our destination and with this, we also pass through a tough trail. The hike today will reveal the beauty of Kusum Kanguru (6,367m-20889ft). A further couple of hours walk will lead us to Thangnak.


Acclimatization is essential and compulsory while trekking on the Himalayas. It is because a rest day on mountains will help your body to adjust with increasing elevation. Negligence in this part could result in altitude sickness which will not only ruin your entire trip but also risk your life.

You will be roaming around the local area today and the unique culture and traditions of this part of the world will be a major attraction for you.


It is a pleasant walk today with the mesmerizing view of Mera, Kusum Kanguru, and Kyashar (6,769m-22208ft). Khare is the last human settlement before Mera Peak Base Camp.


It is another rest day today because we are at an altitude of over 5,000m-16404ft and this is something we suggest strongly to our guests. Short hikes around the area will help your body to adjust with gaining elevation. It is also a kinda part of climbing preparation.


Despite being ascended walk, the climb today will be easy. We reach Mera La Pass which is at an altitude of 5,415m-17765ft. A further walk will lead us to Mera Peak Base Camp where you will see many makeshifts/tents and those are arranged by different groups who will be scaling the summit soon.


Ah! What a beautiful day! The trail today is fascinating despite the uphill climb. The spectacular views of Mt. Makalu (8,463m-27765ft), Lhotse (8,516m-27939ft), Cho Oyu (8,188m-26863ft), Nuptse (7,861m-25790ft), Baruntse (7,162m-23497ft), Ama Dablam (6,812m-22349ft), and Kangtega (6,782m-22250ft) will deliver a feeling of ecstasy.

The climbing guide will brief you about tomorrow’s climb and will recheck all essential gears, equipment, and other things. The starry night that you witness tonight will be another beautiful moment to treasure for life.


Climbing is an early morning affair because so we will start our climbing at around 3 am. We will be walking slowly and cautiously to reach a peak of Mera. The view of mountains with the rising sun is simply glorious. The top of the peak will reveal the beauty of several mountains—Mt. Everest, Makalu, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, and Kanchenjunga.

What a day for the achievers like you! Could you express this feeling of achievement verbally? Obviously, not because some feelings are just to experience. After spending some time on the peak, we get back to Khare.


Retracing the path that we followed a few days back, we get back to Kothe. The only difference this time is that you will be following the downhill course.


Passing Thuli Kharka and Zatrwa La pass, we proceed toward Chatrabuk.


Well, our trek ends today as we arrive in this town of Lukla. You will have ample time to roam around this beautiful town. We will enjoy the night with local wine which is quite popular here. Cheers!


We will try to catch the first flight to Kathmandu and which will get us to the capital by 8 am. From the airport, we will escort you to the hotel. You will have ample time to roam around Kathmandu.

In the evening we, the Northern Trekking team, will offer you dinner. We want you to share your experience along with feedback on the trip so that we can improve ourselves.

Cost Includes

  • All private Ground Transportation Including Airport Transfers.
  • 3 Nights’ 4-star Hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast
  • Daily Meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) and 3 cups of tea during the Trekking.
  • Farewell dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Snacks (Cookies) And Seasonal Fruits during trekking.
  • All Domestic flights and airport tax.
  • Climbing Training Course at Mera base camp.
  • All accommodations in lodges/Tea Houses During the Treks.
  • A first aid kit will be Available.
  • Sleeping bag and Down jacket (upon your request)
  • Trekking T-shirt, dufle bag, Trekking map, and Waterdrop.
  • Mera Peak climbing expeditions Permit Royalty and other government tax.
  • Makalu region trekking and National park permit and government taxes for the Mera Peak expedition.
  • All required Personal and Group Climbing gear: down-filled mattress, crampons, ice axe, zoomer, harness, the figure of eight, carabineer, helmet, climbing rope, etc.
  • We provide all camping gear including – tents for a member, a dining tent with a table and backrest chair, a Kitchen tent with utensils, staff, a porter, and toilet tents on the trip.
  • Trekking cook, kitchen staff, Trek Sherpa, and other support staff while on Mera peak climbing.
  •  porter to carry luggage (2 trekkers:1 porter (Maximum luggage weight 20Kg)
  • Well-experienced Climbing guide with all his Salary, Food, Drinks, Accommodation, Transportation, and Insurance.

Cost Excludes

  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Nepal entry visa fee, you can get a Nepal visa upon arrival at the Airport.
  • International Airfare/Airport tax, City tour Sightseeing entry fees.
  • Personal expenses include laundry, telephone calls, WiFi, alcohol, hot and cold drinks, hot water, and hot showers. sweets, snacks, beverages and bar bills, and camera battery charging.
  • Health and travel Insurance– This should include emergency evacuation coverage while trekking up to 5500+ meters.
  • Personal trekking Equipment.
  • Tips for trekking staff.
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu due to Early arrival or late departure, or early return from the trek
  • Any others expenses which are not mentioned in the Price Includes section.

Altitude Graph

Route Map


The best months to climb Mera Peak are typically April and May or September and October. April and May offer the advantage of warmer weather, while September and October are less crowded and have a higher chance of clear skies.

The Himalayan summer months of June, July, and August can be very hot and often get wet due to monsoon rains, making them less ideal for climbing.

It is important to note that the weather in the Himalayas is unpredictable, so no matter when you plan to go, make sure you are prepared for sudden changes in conditions. Additionally, it is important to properly acclimatize as you ascend in order to avoid altitude sickness.

Mera Peak is a challenging but rewarding climb. It takes an average of 15 days to complete the Mera Peak climbing experience, although this may be shorter or longer depending on your fitness level, the route you take, and the weather conditions. The trek to the Mera base camp is usually 9 days from Kathmandu and the high camp 1 day from base camp. The ascent to the summit usually takes 8 or 9 hours. You may also want to take some extra time to explore the area or take some rest days. Depending on how well you manage your time, you can finish the whole experience in just over a week.

Mera Peak is considered a relatively challenging climb, with the difficulty of the ascent depending on your level of experience and fitness. The trekking portion of the trip starts off at a low altitude of 2,800 metres and slowly rises up to 5,400 metres before you reach the summit. With such a high altitude gain, you need to be prepared for a challenging but rewarding climb.

The route is mostly up and down ridges, and there are a few steep sections which can be quite physically demanding. On the trek, you’ll encounter snowfields, ice slopes and rocky terrain, making it essential that you have the appropriate equipment and mountaineering experience. Depending on the conditions of the day, some of these sections can be dangerous if not adequately prepared.

Overall, Mera Peak is an exciting and rewarding challenge for experienced climbers who are willing to put in the time and effort required to make it to the top.

When planning for your Mera Peak Climbing trip, it is important to make sure you have the right equipment. Depending on the time of year, you will need to pack a variety of gear to keep you safe and comfortable.

The most important items you will need are:

-Warm layers of clothing

-Sturdy waterproof boots

-Sun hat and sunglasses

-Headlamp and spare batteries

-Gloves, mittens and an extra pair of socks

-Sleeping bag and pad

-Water bottles or hydration pack

-First aid kit

Finally, you should also make sure to pack any necessary climbing gear such as crampons, ice axe, carabiners, ropes, helmets, and harnesses. With the right gear and preparation, your Mera Peak Climbing trip can be a safe and rewarding experience.

In order to climb Mera Peak, you will need to obtain a number of permits. These permits are necessary in order to enter the restricted areas of the peak and help to protect the local environment.

The first permit is the Makalu region Entry Permit. This permit is required for all trekkers and climbers entering the national park and can be obtained from the Kathmandu Department of Immigration. You will also need to obtain a Trekking Information Management System (TIMS) card from the Nepal Tourism Board.

In addition, climbers must obtain a climbing permit from the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation. For the summit, the peak permit cost US$250 for foreign nationals.

When you are planning to climb Mera Peak, it is always a good idea to purchase insurance to cover any medical expenses, in case of an accident or injury. You should also have travel insurance, as this will provide coverage for any unforeseen cancellations or delays during your trip. Insurance will also cover the cost of lost or stolen items. It is important to make sure that your policy covers climbing and trekking in the mountains, as well as helicopter evacuation. You should also make sure that your policy includes repatriation if you need to be brought back home for medical attention. Make sure that you read all the details of the policy carefully so that you know what is covered and what is not.

When you are on the mountain, accommodation and food will be basic. On the trekking part of your journey, you can expect to stay in tea houses and lodges where you can get basic meals such as dal Bhat, rice and vegetables. The accommodations are usually shared rooms with shared bathrooms, but some may offer private rooms and ensuite bathrooms for an additional cost. Hot showers are usually available but need to pay an extra fee.

On the summit climb, you will be camping and all meals will be prepared by the trekking staff. Northern Trekking Team provided with a tent or a sleeping bag. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be included in the package, and you can expect to eat typical Nepali cuisines such as Dal Bhat and chapatis. There will be some snacks available between meals, but you should bring some of your own in case you need extra energy.

When it comes to toilet facilities on the Mera Peak climbing expedition, Yes there are toilet facilities on the trail. Most of the lodges and campsites on the route will have some form of toilet facility. In many cases, these toilets are basic and may consist of a single pit latrine.

When climbing Mera Peak, it’s important to pack the right clothes. The weather on the mountain can vary greatly, so it’s essential to be prepared for anything.

On the lower slopes, you will likely experience warm temperatures. A light t-shirt and shorts should be sufficient. As you climb higher up, you will encounter cooler temperatures and snow. So, it’s a good idea to bring a few layers of clothes such as a synthetic shirt, pants, and a fleece jacket. A waterproof and windproof outer layer is also recommended. Make sure to bring a hat, gloves, and a scarf for added protection from the cold.

It’s also a good idea to bring a good pair of hiking boots with plenty of traction for the rough terrain. As well as extra socks, to keep your feet dry. A pair of sunglasses is also useful for keeping the sun out of your eyes. Lastly, don’t forget to bring a light backpack to carry your stuff.

The cost of climbing Mera Peak depends on the type of services you choose and the number of people in your group. Generally, a basic package for 1 person costs around $ 2,319 USD which includes a guide, porter, all necessary permits, transportation to and from Lukla, food and accommodation. If you choose to add extra services such as helicopter evacuation or personal equipment rental, the cost can increase significantly. Additionally, the cost can also vary depending on the time of year you decide to climb, with peak season (March-May) often being more expensive than a low season (November-February).

When it comes to communication options on Mera Peak, you have a few different options. First and foremost, you should make sure that your cell phone is enabled for international roaming, as this will allow you to stay connected with your loved ones back home. It's also possible to purchase a SIM card in Kathmandu which will give you access to local networks during your climb. However, reception can be unreliable at higher altitudes, so you should plan ahead and bring a satellite phone or two-way radio if you are going to need to communicate at those heights. Furthermore, it's important to remember that there is no internet access on Mera Peak, so any emails or online services that you require will need to be accessed prior to the start of your climb.

When climbing Mera Peak, it is important to be prepared for any medical issues that may arise. In the event of an injury or illness, there are medical facilities available in the area. In Kathmandu, you can find a number of hospitals, clinics and pharmacies. There are also some basic medical kits at Mera Base Camp, as well as Northern Trekking Team, which carries medical kid boxes along the trek.

In the event of an emergency, there is a helicopter rescue service available through the Himalayan Rescue Association (HRA) and International Mountain Rescue Panel (IMRP). The HRA has two medical posts on the trail to Mera Peak – at Pangkongma and Kothe – which provide medical treatment and helicopter evacuation in case of emergency.

In addition, it is highly recommended to purchase comprehensive travel insurance that covers medical expenses, repatriation and evacuation. It is important to check the coverage with your insurer prior to the trip, as some policies do not cover high-altitude mountaineering.

If you get sick or injured while climbing Mera Peak, it is important to contact your travel agency or guide as soon as possible so that they can provide assistance. They will assess the situation and determine the best course of action. Depending on the severity of the illness or injury, they may recommend a local medical facility, or they may coordinate an evacuation if needed. It is important to ensure you have adequate medical insurance that covers activities like mountaineering before undertaking a trek such as Mera Peak.

Mera Peak is located in the Makalu region of Nepal, which is in the Himalayan mountain range. The weather is varied, with monsoon season between June and September and dry winter months from October to April. Average temperatures range from -10°C in winter to 14°C during the summer months.

The best times to climb Mera Peak are in the spring (March to May) and autumn (October to December). During these seasons the days are warm and the nights are cold. The views are clear due to fewer clouds and the snow has melted away.

In winter (December to February) you can expect cold temperatures, frosty days and deep snow, making it difficult to climb. You will need extra clothing and gear for this season.

It is important to be aware of the potential for strong winds and storms at any time of year. The high altitude also increases the risk of altitude sickness, so make sure you are properly acclimatized before attempting the climb.

Additional Information

Everest Base Camp Trek


►Windproof/waterproof jacket. (1)

►Fleece jacket. (1)

 ►Shirts and t-shirts. ( 3/4 pairs)

►Down jacket. (1) (provided by Company)

►Raincoat. (1)


►Warm cotton long pants. (1/2 pairs)

►Waterproof pants. (1)

►Long thermal underwear. (2)

►Short underwear. (3/4 pec)


►Sun hat or scarf. (1)

►Warm fleece hat. (1)

►Sunscreen sunblocks, and Lipbalms with UV protection.

►Sunglasses. (1/2 pairs)


►Comfortable trekking boot.

►Thick shocks. (3/4 pairs)

►Light shocks. (3/4 Pairs)

►Camp shoes and sandals.


►Warm waterproof (gore-tex) gloves.


►Basic First Aid Kit.

►Sleeping bag ( Provide by the company)

►Water Bottle


►Day-pack or Backpack

►Swiss Knife

►Torchlight or Flashlight

►Hand Sanitizer

►Hiking Pole

►Smartphone or Compact Camera


Travel Insurance
For everyone who will plan to peak climbing in Nepal, it is highly recommended that you get travel insurance that covers added expenses that might result due to various health issues, injuries or accidents (together with the ambulance, helicopter rescue, and other treatment costs). Your insurance policy should cover up the entire activities that you are planning to accomplish throughout your stay in Nepal.

In addition to this, the policy should also cover death, misplaced luggage, theft and liability, cancellations, medical treatment (counting hospital charges, cost of the medicine, doctor’s fees) as well as repatriation cost. Also, this peak trail in Nepal takes you of 6,000 m above the altitude, therefore, you also need to ensure that your insurance policy covers treks that go over 6,000 m. 

We suggested that you buy your insurance policy from your home country before joining with us, where it is difficult buying a local travel insurance policy for foreigners in Nepal.

Meals And Accommodation
While you’re in Kathmandu, your accommodation is at a standard hotel (Arrival time and departure time). Your accommodation is at best local Lodge and Guest Houses where available. The Mountain local Lodges are clean and have comfortable beds. The Lodges are fairly basic and the room is spare with twin beds. Blankets are generally provided. There is a large dining hall and warmed fitted with a chimney duct, in which a log fire is lighted.

Eating is a big part of the Holiday. Traveling with Northern Trekking Team, you experience the vast array of wonderful Nepalese food, Italian, Thai, Chinese, and several local foods. While on the trek it will be on full board all 3 times meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, with Tea/Coffee) included in the package. Your guide will suggest delicious, hygienic special food during your trips. Generally, choose menu items are Nepalese meals (Dal Bhat), Tibetan fried bread, various types of soups, Momo’s (steamed dumplings), boiled and fried potatoes, kinds of pasta and even pizza. So, overall you have a different choice of foods on the trek. During this trek, you will usually have breakfast and dinner at the same guest house.

Our Guides And Safety
Our guides are fully trained and licensed from Nepal Government Tourism Department, certified by TAAN & Nepal Mountaineering Association.

All our Trekking and Climbing Guides are professional with decades of experience in this field of adventure. They are trained specially for specified and various trips, to cater the flexible requirement of our clients from different nationalities, this will assure you that your trip will be enjoyable and in safe hands of professional experts.

On every trip, will be one Trek leader and an assistance leader on each additional 7 peoples in the group on treks, this arrangement would ensure that even if any of our guide/ assistance guides gets sick or clients may get sick and need to be evacuated or staying behind from the walks, it wills still works smoothly and there would non-impact with our original trek plan. 

Every 7 trekkers will have one Sherpa helper for carrying your trekking bags.

Caring Porter
Our porter is fully strong, helpful and friendly. Their salary, food, drinks, accommodation, transportation, and Insurance on each trip with us. As you know that we are very trustworthy and polite, while on trek thus we make sure that our porter is fully prepared for the trip. We are closely working with the International Porter Progress Association for the welfare and benefit for trekking porters. 

The maximum load carried by our porter minimum 20 to 25 KG maximum so be sure that your trekking bag is not more than the above figure.

High Altitude
This is a high altitude journey and elevation starts from low 2,860 m to 6,475 m high, where symptoms of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) might occur due to dry air, cold wind, and less oxygen. Generally, The Makalu region trip one needs to be in good physical with sound health to avoid other medical complication on the route the journey, just follow our climbing guide he will advise and suggestion which keeps and makes you feel secure to enjoy this fabulous adventure with us.

Best Time To Visit Nepal
Three best seasons for the climbing to Mera Peak. We suggest you join in at the right time of the year as far as possible.

High season- Autumn (September-November)
Shoulder-Spring (March-May)
Low season- Moonson (June-August)

Things To Know Before Trekking
The main flow of foreign visitors in Nepal is for climbing the peak from moderate to adventurous or challenging peak, the most important is choosing the right trip as per your duration of holiday and fitness, for Nepal Himalayan peak climbing adventure one needs to be in sound health and physically fit.

On booking with our preparation of fitness required like walking-jogging-Jumba-aerobic at least twenty days before your departure from the home country.

Please send us your dietary list and medical history report so that we can arrange well in advance respectively. Book the ticket from home for Kathmandu,Nepal to reach at least two days ahead and earlier from climbing peak departure with much space in Kathmandu after the climbing, this allows you with more time in Nepal to enjoy the culture and heritage sites of Nepal and also in case of flight delay (Kathmandu-Lukla and Lukla-Kathmandu) which can happen sometimes due to bad and unfavorable weather.

If you are wondering about how to obtain Nepal visa, then the easiest way to obtain it is at the Tribhuwan International Airport upon your arrival in Nepal or else at the immigration entry point if you are entering through the border of India or Tibet.

Note: There are few countries namely Nigeria, Ghana, Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, Somalia, Cameroon, Swaziland, Iraq, Ethiopia, Liberia, Palestine, etc. People from these countries do not get a visa from the immigration entry points of Nepal.)

Passport & Visa Information
What do you need to obtain A Nepal visa?
If you are thinking of taking a visa at the airport or immigration entry point, the following are your requirements:

A valid passport (The passport should have a validity of at least six months)
You should fill the application form for visa available at airport or immigration entry points.
Two passport size photos
Visa fees which should be paid in cash.

Entry points to Nepal
Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu
Eastern Nepal – Kakarvitta, Jhapa
Central Nepal – Birjung, Parsa
Northern Border – Kodari, Sindhupalchowk
Western – Rupandehi (Belhiya, Bhairahawa)
Mid-western – Banke (Jamuna, Nepalgunj)
Far western – Kailali (Mohana, Dhangadhi) / Kanchanpur (Gaddachauki, Mahendranagar)

Visa Fees
USD 25 or equivalent convertible currency for 15 days.
USD 40 or equivalent convertible currency for 30 days.
USD 100 or equivalent convertible currency for 90 days.
For the tourist of SAARC nationals, free visa up to 30 days.
Visa is not required for Indian nationals. However, if they enter Nepal via air, they will have to show a valid identification certificate (passport/ citizenship certificate). The children under the age of 10 do not need to show an identification certificate.

Visa Extension
If you want to extend the visa for 15 days or less, visa extension charge is USD 30 or equivalent convertible currency
If you want to extend the visa for more than 15 days, USD 2 will be charged per day after 15 days. However, the visa can be extended maximum up to 150 days in a visa year (Visa year refers to the year starting January to December.)

Transit Visa
When a foreigner has to get down at Nepalese airport as a result of his/her transit point or due to any force landing for whatever the reason, the foreigner can obtain a transit visa for a day after paying USD 5 or any other currency equivalent.

Other General Information
Entering into Nepal or staying in Nepal without a valid visa is illegal.
A tourist visa can be obtained either through the Nepalese embassy or consulate or other mission offices in your nation or at the immigration entry points in Nepal listed above.
Visa once issued cannot be amended and the visa fees are non-refundable.
You should pay the Nepal visa fees in cash. Credit card or cheque is not acceptable.
Visa charges are not applicable for children under 10 years of age, however, they must obtain a valid visa.
If you are obtaining a new passport or travel document, you are advised to contact the Immigration Department for the document transfer.
Always carry your passport and trekking permit while on trekking.
Some of the areas are restricted for filming. Therefore, be careful not to do the activities that are strictly prohibited.
The culture, tradition, and sentiments of Nepalese people should be respected. Do not perform any activities that would hurt their sentiments.
Do not perform any activities that would lead to moral turpitude.

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