Mera Peak 22 Days:
The number of days required for Mera Peak Climbing will be dispersed as:
• Trekking Days: 17 Days.
• Kathmandu Stay: 04 Days.
• Departure Day: 01 Day.
NOTE: To make it hassle free and less expensive we provide all the climbing gears that includes twin sharing member tent, ropes, boots, Alpine Climbing Harness, Rappel device, crampons, ice-axes etc.
Mera Peak expedition is indeed an ideal pick to prove yourself of your determination and life purpose. The thrill of Peak climbing in Nepal doesn’t have anything in common as to regular trekking. It is indeed something out of the ordinary, something more special. Unlike Island Peak Climbing, Mera Peak Climbing offers a beautiful blend of both trekking and climbing which is interestingly startling. Among all the popular trekking peaks in Nepal, Mera Peak (6,476 m/21,247 ft) happens to be one of the highest with the most dramatic setting. This 22 days Mera Peak Climbing itinerary takes you to the most stunning valleys unlike Everest Base Camp which is still very untouched. Besides stunning views, the summit of Mera delivers a gorgeous view of the 5 world’s Highest Mountain (Everest, Makalu, Kanchanjunga, Lhotse and Cho Oyu) and its neighboring mountains.
Mera Peak Tea House Trekking:
Until few years ago all Mera Peak trekking was organized as Camping Trips. Over the years there has been a radical transformation in regards to facilitating the trekkers and climbers. This in course of time gave birth to now tea house trekking. Since Tea house trekking started very recently in the region the facility is pretty BASIC. However, this basic tea houses have efficiently accommodated the travelers with absolutely no criticism whatsoever. Though now Mera Peak is a Tea House Trekking yet we can’t get away from the fun of CAMPING. Once we leave Khare we have the privilege of camping at Mera-La and High-camp with twin sharing tents, great food prepared by our local staff and camping fun. Approximately 2 nights camping.
At Mera base camp the cook is responsible for all the meals. They are highly trained and are masters at preparing selections of food under less than ideal condition.
Mera peak Difficulty:
Mera peak Climbing in Nepal surpasses all the other trekking peaks when it comes to technicality, climbing experience, excitement and significantly its serenity away from the commercial crowd. Nepal Pyramids provides an aptly designed itinerary so as to make the trip more exciting rather than physically draining. Though Mera Peak trekking is physically challenging yet we give our best to make it an outstanding expedition that is less exhausting. However, despite it being physically demanding expedition, technical mountaineering skills are not required. Furthermore, Nepal Pyramids climbing Sherpa will deliver you with the pre-climbing training before the attack camp or High camp. This training includes the climbing techniques, safety measures, rescue and the use of climbing equipment. This training grooms you well enough with significant things to do and know before ascending Mera peak. Furthermore, this will be an awesome part of learning for a lifetime.
Best time to climb Mera Peak:
We organize Mera Peak Climbing during both the season of Spring (March – May) and Autumn (September – Early December). These are the two best time to climb Mera Peak. However, Mera is not considered as technical as most trekking peaks in Nepal. However, sometimes with the weather disorder leading to WHITEOUT or HEAVY SNOWFALL may lead to very challenging situations. Climbers can very easily get lost into the myriad of dimensions where otherwise GPS comes really handy. Nonetheless, Nepal Pyramids team is well equipped with devices for emergency contact.
From Lukla we skip the commercial trekking route and take the less trodden trail towards South. Gradually our journey takes us into the most sensational setting of the stunning Hinku Valley. Unlike the regular Mera Peak Trekking Trail we have designed our itinerary that would provide excitement and breathtaking views. Besides, the itinerary cruises through the hidden sacred valleys of Panch Pokhari (5 Holy Lakes). In the month of August during full moon (Janai Purnima) a sacred festival is organized where hundreds of pilgrimage show up to worship the lakes. Walking pass this religious lakes is very spiritual and the view is overwhelming. Moreover, it takes you to the very cultural settlements
- DAY 01:Arrive to Kathmandu (1,400 m/4,593 ft)
- DAY 02:Half day city tour / afternoon trek briefing and preparation / welcome dinner
- DAY 03:Drive to Beshishahar/ hour and a half drive to Bahundanda (1310 m/ 4297 ft) and overnight stay.
- DAY 04:Trek to Jagat (1,300 m/4,265 ft) : 6 - 7 hours
- DAY 05:Trek to Dharapani (1,960 m/6,430 ft) : 7-8 hours
- DAY 06:Trek to Chame (2,710 m/8,891 ft) : 5 - 6 hours
- DAY 07:Trek to Pisang (3,300 m/10,824 ft) : 5 - 6 hours
- DAY 08:Trek to Manang 3,540 via Nagwal : 6 - 7 hours
- DAY 09:Acclimatization day at Manang
- DAY 10:Trek to Yak Kharka (4,110 m/13,484 ft) : 3 - 4 hours
- DAY 11:Trek to Thorang Phedi (4,450 m/14,599 ft) or High Camp (4,600 m/15,092 ft) : 3 - 4 hours
- DAY 12:Trek to Muktinath (3,800 m/12,467 ft) via Thorong La pass (5,416 m/1,7764 ft) : 8 – 9 hour
- DAY 13:Trek to Jomsom (2,720 m/8,923 ft) 6 – 7 hours
- DAY 14:Flight to Pokhara (820 m/2,690 ft) 19 minutes
- DAY 15:Fly or Drive to Kahtmandu
- DAY 16:Departure day
The above itinerary is simply a guideline and is subject to alteration as per the circumstances. Your Group Leader is solely liable to bring about changes in the best interest of the group.
Is Annapurna circuit trek tough? Can anyone join?
Annapurna circuit trek is not a stroll in a park it is quite demanding. The highest elevation you would trek is 5416 m / 17,769 feet which is Thorong La pass. Though a most admired trekking destination, the high altitude walking into the thin air does matter. However, the daily elevation advancement is very gradual which prepares ample time for acclimatization. Anyone with sound fitness can join the trek. Nevertheless, it is not appropriate for someone with very weak ankles, knee, heart or lungs problems - necessary check-up and consent from your doctor is must.
How long is Annapurna Circuit trek?
Since Annapurna circuit delivers different variation the length of the trip entirely depends on which package people prefer to choose. However, as the whole Annapurna circuit is approximately 248 km/154 miles in total length. The reason why it was considered as No. 1 trekking destination was simply because it goes through five different districts of Nepal namely – Lamjung, Manang, Mustang, Myagdi and kaski which all varies in terrain and topography.
Is it possible to customize Annapurna circuit trek?
Yes, with us everybody reserves the right to customize their trip as per their requirements. Nepal Pyramids is always there to assist you with necessary options and guidance if needed. We together can come up with a remarkable journey.
Is it possible to take new trekking trails rather than motorway?
It’s really hard to skip the motor road and take entirely the new trekking trail. Every now and then we will encounter motorway as the new trekking route graphed by NATTs (New Annapurna Trekking Trails) isn’t under full operation. Though we can’t promise you of entirely a new trekking trail yet we assure you that in few places we give our best to avoid the motor road and walk the natural trekking trail.
How much distance do we cover every day?
We don’t normally deal distance in Km or Miles while trekking rather we do it in hours. Typically, every day we walk around 6/9 hours excluding your multiple breaks and lunch. However, your pace makes a difference with time you reach the destination. In fact, we are opposed to contending ourselves to get to the destination earlier than recommended time. We rather take it really so making your vacation more electrifying and memorable.
What is the best time to do Annapurna Circuit trek?
Spring and Autumn is the best time to do Annapurna Circuit Trek.
Spring : April to mid-June
However, despite low temperature and extreme chill travelers do trek to Annapurna circuit trek even in winter.
Do any physical preparation require for Annapurna Circuit trek?
Annapurna Circuit trek is a physically demanding trek suitable for keen walkers. No previous extensive experience is required for this trip. However, some prephysical training certainly will be an added advantage as Annapurna circuit involves lot of undulating climbing with altitude variation. As a part of your training it’s highly advisable to prepare yourself with everyday undulating walking, running or cardio. Walking up and down the steps positively help you to synchronize with Nepal hills terrain.
How about mountain sickness while doing Annapurna Circuit trek?
Acute mountain sickness is something more of a reaction that materializes in our body under lower rate of oxygen level. It’s a mountain ailment which is fatal. It’s hard to predict who of what age and physical fitness can actually get of A.M.S. However, Nepal Pyramids delivers professionals who are well equipped with medication and oxygen cylinders to deal with A.M.S. Besides, there are ample preventive strategies to deal any mountain sickness. Food poisoning, severe diarrhea, stomach problems are other very common mountain ailments that can be nightmarish than the A.M.S.
Do I need to take Diamox for this trip?
All our itineraries are intended to make the altitude variation appropriate for ample acclimatization. Still the chance of getting A.M.S is probable even though our everyday elevation advancement is very gradual. Your Group Leader will instruct you with necessary guidance on when and how to take the Diamox. Moreover, your certified and skilled Leaders are very proficient in dealing with any altitude related ailments.
What is the food and lodging like?
Nepal Pyramids use Family Oriented Lodges which are at its best offering you the comfort experience and its typical local environment. It’s basically the extension of their own houses that offers you twin bed sharing room with common toilets. In few places the accommodation facility is pretty basic and sometimes the possibility of sharing room with others can be the occasion due to the shortage of rooms. However, as for many places the facility is awesome. With advancement in tourism the tea-houses in these areas have evolved to earnestly convenient hotels.
You have variety of choices for the food more than anyone could imagine. Nevertheless, with Nepal Pyramids absolute contentment prevails in regards to meals and Local Tea-House.
Is there device charging, WiFi and Hot Shower facility?
The charging privilege for your devices is possible in almost all lodges unless if occasionally they didn’t encounter any problem with their power supply or their Solar panels. However, it is always wise to carry some extra batteries or the fully charged power bank batteries since your batteries run out pretty quick in the cold.
Almost all lodges provide you with hot shower facility at minimal cost. Whenever they have any malfunctioning with their heaters they do provide anyone with bucket – hot shower which is indeed a great experience in the Himalayas. WiFi facility too is almost everywhere in this trip over some charges but they are not always reliable as petty things always happens in the mountains.
Are to pay for our Drinking water supply?
For environmental concern we are opposed to the use of disposable plastic mineral water bottles on any of our adventure trips to Nepal. With no additional cost our staff will supply you with appropriately boiled water every morning and evening for which at least 2 metal bottles or BPA free Nalgene bottles are recommended. In case you ran out of the delivered water you can always buy boiled and filtered water from the tea houses along the way at minimal charges.
Do you deliver any equipment for the trip?
Nepal Pyramids provides you with a very warm sleeping bag with fleece liner and wind-stopper duvet jackets with attach hood. We also provide you with Nepal Pyramids duffel bag to fit all your gears in, plastic bag to separate your clean clothes with the dirty ones. Besides we provide you with free t-shirt, trekking map and Buff (multiple head-wear).
Is flying from Jomsom safe?
Jomsom happens to be the 'Windy Valley' of Nepal to which our air aviation is quite strict about flying small planes to these remote mountain airstrips. Which means flying to or from this mountain airport is very safe. Further, there are flight delays and sometimes cancellation under various weather circumstances. However, this isn't an everyday story and there is an alternative of driving to and from Jomsom in-case of flight cancellation. Though driving may be earnestly long (9/10 hrs.) in comparison to flying yet the fun of driving through the world’s deepest gorge has a different charm.
Why always choose Local Company like Nepal Pyramids?
Unquestionably and most significantly to be associated with the local company is - its hassle free. Everything is covered and prearranged prior to your arrival in Nepal. Your local leaders are very well with the knowledge and region who can share necessary information and untold stories more than anybody else. Local companies will always be there with the prompt solution to any emergency situation that arises during your stay in Nepal.
Is insurance mandatory for Annapurna Circuit trek?
From everyday trekking injuries like sprained ankles to life-threatening conditions and natural disasters, it’s important that you have the right travel insurance for your adventure in Nepal. We recommend having an all-inclusive travel insurance policy covering all the aspects of your adventure that includes trip delays, cancellation, loss of property, sickness, or air evacuation. Though your leaders are highly trained to cope with any emergency situation yet sometimes even after the best of our precautions things happens.
⭐ The early departure from Kathmandu hotel to Beshishahar and 6/7 hours drive through the unfamiliar narrow highway is out of the ordinary with enormous landscape view at the backdrop.
⭐ Another hour and a half drive in a local transportation to Nagdi is an interesting experience.
⭐ It provides you with abundant opportunity to witness the rich cultural diversity and to experience the legendary trails that passes through time-honored settlement with exceptional scenic beauty.
⭐ Getting to Chame, Pisang, Manang and the sight of enormous soaring snow-clad mountains around and the transformation in vegetation is miraculous.
⭐ Grand view of Annapurna range, Gangapurna, Lamjung, Tilicho and Chulu is phenomenal.
⭐ Going over the daring Thorang La (5416 m/17,769 ft), the highest point in the Annapurna circuit trek is a great accomplishment of a lifetime.
⭐ The Muktinath Temple to the other side of the pass which is a very sacred place for both Hindus and Buddhists is another highlight of the trip.
⭐ Flying on a small plane from Jomsom airport 2720 m to Pokhara (820 m/2690 ft) through the valley of Kali Gandaki, world’s deepest gorge is simply phenomenal.
DAY 1: KATHMANDU, THE CAPITAL CITY (1,400 m/4,593 ft)
Soon you land in Kathmandu airport your group leader will be there with Nepal Pyramids board to greet you and transfer you to the hotel. Despite, the capital city of Nepal certainly being the busiest with hectic traffic it undoubtedly has a strong appeal with local splendor and vigorous activities around, where you can simply relax and take pleasure in the fun of driving through the unfamiliar roads.
• Pick up from the international airport.
• Transfer to hotel by your Group Leader.
• Short preliminary briefing.
• Arriving early gives you an opportunity to explore Kathmandu.
• Welcome dinner and getting to know each other.
DAY 2: IN KATHMANDU
Today would be the most exhilarating day where your leader introduces you to our city tour expert who guides you to the most pious Hindu and Buddhist religious place that are listed in the world heritage sites and elucidates you the entire mysticism over its existence.
• Breakfast depending on your choice and preference.
• Meet-up at 9 am for the tour.
• Visit to Boudhanath Stupa and Pashupatinath.
• Lunch on your preference.
• Getting together for trek briefing as per the time given by your leader.
• Distribution of company’s trek equipment’s.
DAY 03: DRIVE TO BESHISHAHAR 7 Hrs / 1 AND ½ HOUR DRIVE TO BAHUNDANDA (1310 M/ 4297 FT) AND OVERNIGHT STAY.
Driving 173 km/107 miles to Besisahar, the prosperous town of the British Gorkhas is very entertaining giving you ample opportunity to know how locals live up to drive through these winding roads in local bus which are often enormously packed. We take a local jeep further to the village of Bahundanda and stay overnight in a local tea house.
• 7/8 hours’ drive to Besisahar. Today we drive early to skip any uncertainty of traffic jam on our slender highway.
• Fabulous scenery and mountain view at the backdrop as you navigate through this new roads.
• Lunch stop in one of the highway restaurant with its excellent food choices is very comforting.
• From Besisahar 1 and ½ Hour drive to Bahundana in a local bus/ jeep is another fascination with so much to witness.
• Being at Bahundanda, a beautiful settlement high up on the ridge definitely add more excitement to your anticipation.
DAY 04: TREK TO JAGAT (1,300 m/4,265 ft) : 6 - 7 hrs
Today after breakfast we start our first day trek with so much excitement. Gradually we get dissolve into the enchanting ancient salt trade route of Annapurna. The trail next descends down to the famous Marshyangdi River and walk further to a big settlement of Syange for lunch. We cross a very old suspension bridge and climb all the way to Jagat.
• Wake up call as set by your leader
• 4 hours of pleasant undulating walk through series of traditional villages until lunch
• Crossing high suspension bridges is daring.
• The scenic beauty, deep gorges among soaring cliffs at the backdrop is phenomenal.
• Being at Jagat, the stone village with medieval atmosphere and few tea houses is remarkable and worth an effort.
DAY 05: TREK TO DHARAPANI (1,960 m/6,430 ft) : 7-8 hours
Leaving Jagat we walk an opening gradual trial and climb to the village of Chamche and crossing the suspension bridge we ascend gradually to the village of Tal, the most beautifully positioned settlement at the banks of Marshyangdi River for lunch. We now enter into the district of Manang. After lunch we walk a gradual trail crossing multiple bridges and beautiful villages to Dharapani.
• Fabulous walk along the valley of Marshyangdi with so much to see and learn.
• Entering into a different district and to witness the Buddhist influence is another attraction.
• To see all the entrance Chorten gate in each village gives you the sense of Tibetan Buddhism.
DAY 06: TREK TO CHAME (2,710 m/8,891 ft) : 5 - 6 hours
From Dharapani we start off with a gradual trial to Bagarchap and eventually get to another settlement of Danagyu. Next we climb through the amazing woodland trail to the village of Timang for lunch. After lunch once again we start off with gradual trail and drop all the way to Thanchok and finally reach the pleasing settlement of Chame, the administrative headquarter for Manang district.
• Delightful walk with stunning views and series of cultural villages.
• Lunch at traditional settlement of Timang is another attraction.
• Getting to Chame with most of the facility is exciting.
• View of Annapurna II and Lamjung Himal is unbelievable.
DAY 07: TREK TO PISANG (3,200 m/10,498 ft) : 5 - 6 hours
Leaving Chame we cross the suspension bridge and walk a gradual trial with apple and peach orchard everywhere that will take us to the village of Talekhu. Now the valley starts opening up and we walk the broader version of the trail to Brathang, legend says that it used to be the settlement for Khampas (the Tibetan warriors). Soon we walk the forested trail of pine and fir to Dhukure Pokhari (holy pond) for lunch. Next hour and a half of beautiful trail lands us to Pisang.
• Most enchanting walk through woodland and apple-peach orchard.
• Despite long hours walking break at Dhukure Pokhari for lunch is worth it.
• Being at the basic settlement of Pisang, situated at the base of Pisang peak is sensational.
• Grand view of Chulu far east and Pisang peak.
DAY 08 - 09: TREK TO MANANG (3,540 m/11,614 ft) VIA NAGWAL (3,660 m/12,007 ft) : 7 - 8 hours.
Today we start early as we take the upper Pisang trail via Ngawal to Manang for the awe-inspiring view. Vertical hike all the way to Ghyaru for the most graceful panoramic view of meadows and mountains. Gradual walk to Ngawal for Lunch and an effortless walk to the plateau of Manang, one of the happening place in the district.
• Walk to Ghyaru for the incredible view of snow-capped mountains.
• Lunch at Ngawal, the settlement in the hidden valley is another attraction.
• The upper trail simply offers anyone with a bird’s eye view of the deep gorges and landscape which is amazing.
• View of Annapurna II, III, IV, Gangapurna, Tilicho, Tharke kang, Chulu and Pisang Peak.
• Despite long hours walking getting to Manang, one of the enchanting place in the region located at the base of high Himalayas is simply sensational.
• Manang, the village where Maurice Herzog came in 1950s in search of food.
• 1 and ½ hours amazing walk for acclimatization.
• Walk to the hill other side of Manang for the view of Gangapurna glacier and the lake.
• The close view of the magnificent mountain, extensive green hills, the Tibetan Buddhist culture is charismatic
• Free afternoon where you can enjoy cultural or mountain documentary movies in the movie hall or visit a museum at trivial cost.
DAY 10: TREK TO YAK KHARKA (4,110 m/13,484 ft): 4 hours
Now away from the tree line we leave Manang crossing a bridge and head towards the medieval settlement of Tenji, also known as Old Manang. Another short gradual walk takes us to basic settlement of Ghunsang. We further walk an effortless trail with suspension bridges and stunning view of Chulu range to our right and eventually get to Yak Kharka (yak grazing pasture).
• Short walk to Yak Kharka with free afternoon.
• Chances to see the blue ship.
• Being in the alpine with dramatic landscape setting is astonishing
• Walk in the pleasant Himalayan meadow with the View of Chulu range.
• Free afternoon to relax and feel the thin air.
DAY 11: TREK TO THORANG PHEDI (4,450 m/14,599 ft) OR HIGH CAMP (4,600 m/15,092 ft) : 3 - 4 hours
Today’s short walk starts with a gradual trail to the village of Letder. We continue with the gradual trail and cross a footbridge, short steep climb to the ridge for a short break at the tea shop. Another 45 min walk through the technical landslides trail takes us the Thorang phedi (base camp). Precaution is to be taken at landslides trial.
• Short walk into the rugged trail is worth walking.
• A very rewarding moment being at Phedi with exceptional view.
• Slow walking is recommended for health safety; listen to your leader for guidance over walking the technical landslide area.
• Depending on your health and safety concern your leader will decide on base camp or high camp.
• Despite being very basic, being at Thorang Phedi with only limited lodge is charming.
DAY 12: TREK TO MUKTINATH (3,800 m/12,467 ft) VIA THORONG LA PASS (5,416 m/17,764 ft) : 8 - 9 hours
We start very early today to get over quick and to skip the wind chill factor in the summit of the pass. The trail starts with steep ascend to high camp and then gets gradual up till we get to the solitary isolated tea shop for short break. We further climb to the pass, our ultimate goal and great achievement and descend all the way down to Muktinath entering into a different district of Mustang. Muktinath, highly venerated sacred place of pilgrimage for both Hindus and Buddhist.
• Starting early with so many other trekkers on our head torches is fascinating.
• Visit to the monastery and lighting the butter lamp is an incredible experience
• Going over the daring Thorang La (5416 m/17,769 ft), the highest point in the Annapurna circuit trek is a great accomplishment of a lifetime.
• Descending 1700 m to Muktinath, being in a different valley and district with grand view of Dhaulagiri, Tukuche, Muktinath peak and Mustang peak is breathtaking.
• Explore Muktinath, a place of nirvana for both Hindus and Buddhist.
DAY 13: TREK TO JOMSOM (2,720 m/8,923 ft) 6 - 7 hours
Today walking to Jomsom you would see utterly different landscape background as Mustang happens to be a desert of Nepal with arid and dry terrestrial. We leave Muktinath and descend down to Kagbeni, the gateway of Mustang with very cultured Tibetan style community. We follow Kali Gandaki, the river older than the mountains and makes the world’s deepest gorge and head towards Jomsom, the administrative headquarter of Mustang and the windy valley of Nepal.
• Today’s walk is very relaxing through ancient Tibetan settlement where Nilgiri range dominates the horizon.
• Being on the other side of the valley with different land setting, mountains and the prehistoric Kali Gandaki River is mesmerizing.
Walking to Kagbeni and Jomsom with all the lively activities is enchanting, watch out for harsh wind.
Beautiful Nilgiri range dominates the entire Jomsom.
• Being it a last night fun activities follows with dancing, eating, drinking and tipping.
Day 14: FLY TO POKHARA
Today we wake up early for the flight to Pokhara. Flights from Jomsom takes off early to skip any uncertainty of wind and weather. Pokhara (820 m), the second biggest city, also very popularly known as the second home of the tourists is the land of extravagant beauty that would undoubtedly trigger excitement.
• End of your trekking days.
• We bid goodbye to our local staff.
• 20 minutes flight to stunning Pokhara, and in Pokhara the beautiful Phewa Lake and the magnificence of the Himalayas mounting at the backdrop create an atmosphere of peace and delight.
• As per preference your leader will assist you in your Pokhara activities that may include: lake explore and hike to peace pagoda, paragliding, zip lining etc. or it’s entirely up to your choice if you want to stay back and explore Pokhara for shopping.
DAY 15: FLY TO KATHMANDU.
Sensational flight back to the capital city of Kathmandu with an outstanding panoramic view.
• Sensational flight to Kathmandu
• Explore the Capital City of Kathmandu as per your requirements.
DAY 16: DEPARTURE DAY.
Depending on your flight schedule airport transportation will be provided. Your leader will be there to send you off home.
Dates & Cost
|Trip Start Date||Trip End Date||Price||Status|
|09/25/2019||10/12/2019||US$ 1490||Book Now|
✅ National park entry fees, conservation fees, trekking permit, TIMS permit.
✅ Airport pickups and drops facility on both Domestic and International flights.
✅ Three star twin bed sharing hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara on Bed / Breakfast basis.
✅ Welcome dinner in a typical traditional Nepali restaurant.
✅ Half day guided city sightseeing with paid entrance fee.
✅ All Government and Local tax.
✅ FLIGHT FROM JOMSOM / POKHARA AND FROM POKHARA / KATHMANDU.
✅ Fundamental trekking gears like sleeping bag, down jacket fleece liner etc.
✅ All Ground transportation to and from preferred destination as per the itinerary.
✅ Tea-house accommodation or tented camp as per the trek.
✅ Properly boiled hot water for drinking every evening and morning.
✅ staff insurance.
✅ Meals (Lunch, dinner, breakfast with hot beverages) during trek.
✅ An accomplished trekking Group Leader and assistant guides.
✅ Oxygen cylinders and an all-inclusive medical kit on all trips.
✅ Take away Nepal Pyramids duffel bag, T-shirt, Buff (multiple head-wear) and trekking Map.
✅ Porter service.
✅ Porters’ Clothing.
❌ Fee levied on Nepali visa.
❌ All personal expenses including Food while in Kathmandu/Pokhara.
❌ International flight fares.
❌ Medical examination or emergency rescues.
❌ Staff Tipping.
❌ Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu on early arrival.
❌ Travel or medical insurance.
❌ Optional tours and sightseeing or any activities during free time.
❌ Other personal expenses – laundry, battery charges, shower etc.