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Mera and Island Peak Climbing

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Kathmandu - Lukla - Khare - Mera Summit - Namche - EBC - Island BC - Island Summit - Lukla - Kathmandu

Strenuous Plus
Sky and Ground
Sep-Nov to March & April


  • Climbing two of the most well-spoken trekking peaks of Nepal- Mera Peak (6476 M) and Island Peak (6189 M).
  • Trekking in the diverse and well-managed trails of the Khumbu region.
  • Fantastic Mountain views including five of the highest peaks in the world (Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu).
  • Diverse flora and fauna witnessing opportunity in Sagarmatha and Makalu-Barun national park.
  • A peek of Sherpa Culture, tradition, and lifestyle views in the mountains of Nepal.
  • Inclusion of the Everest base camp, Kala Patthar, Namche Bazaar, and other major destinations of the Everest region.
  • Pangboche, Tengboche, Khumjung, and other major monasteries throughout the journey showcasing the components of Tibetan Buddhism.
  • Best climbing experience with a mixture of challenging and relaxed segments.
  • Memorable natural viewpoints with unreal picturesque locations.

Mera and Island Peak climbing is a combination of some of the best trekking peaks in the Khumbu region. Because this is beside the magnificent presence of Mt. Everest.

From the lower hills through some of the gifted natural viewpoints. We will reach the Base Camps of the peaks. And Just above the snowline prepare for an adventure of a lifetime here. Mera peak and Island peak showcase the different shades of the Himalayas. So, this trip leads the wandering trekkers to the Everest Base Camp and above. The journey surfs the beautiful flora and fauna of Makalu-Barun and Sagarmatha national park. Getting closer to the Sherpa culture and learning from the mountaineers, the stories just keep adding here. Completing the trek of Island and Mera Peaks. The feat is immeasurable and moments worthy of it all.

From the closed streets to the high hills of Lukla, the trek promises a thrill from the start. The first part of the trek to Mera is one of the fewer traveled trails in comparison to the worldwide popular EBC trail. But, Mera and Island Peak Climbing often regarded as the best ones for viewing more of the Everest and surrounding. Trekking here constitutes small passes and pristine combination of landscape views. From the base of the peak, we will make our way to Mera North (6476 M). From the top the views are breathtaking. The hype for the Island peak is real once you have got the taste of peak climbing in the Himalayas here. Returning all the way back to Lukla, each stop and day is a bag of surprise just waiting for you.

Kick-starting the second part of the Mera Peak and Island Peak Trek. We follow some of the best trails the Himalayas have to offer. Cruising through the Sherpa settlements and wonderful scenery, we will be at the Everest base camp. The ultimate goal is yet to come as we head towards the Island peak. Also known as the local name Imja Tse, this peak is an island in a sea of ice. Near Everest, each day here treats you with sublime views of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, and other unbelievable mountains. The climb is difficult yet fulfilling. Be in the top and live the moment forever in Imja Tse. Back to Lukla the days and experience unravel being memories to share and relive. With Himalaya Guide, Make this fantastic journey embracing the alpine bliss of the Himalayas.

Daily Itinerary

What's included?

  • International airport pick up and drop service
  • 2 Nights 3-star hotels in Kathmandu on BB plan.
  • Kathmandu to Ramechhap by the drive and fly to Lukla.
  • Lukla to Ramechham by fly than drive to Kathmandu.
  • Both ways airport Tax.
  • Three meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner along the trek with tea and coffee).
  • Food and tent during the climbing time
  • Lodge accommodation on the way (simple one)/ on the tent.
  • License holder trekking guide (including their salary, equipment, insurance, ways airfare, lodging, and food).
  • Porter (carry luggage 2 trekkers 1 helper and including their salary, equipment, insurance, lodging, and food).
  • Garbage deposit of climbing .
  • One Climbing Guide; including their salary, equipment, insurance, ways, lodging, and food)..
  • Person Gears; Climbing boot, Crampons, Ice ax / Ice hammer, Harness, Jammers, Karabiners, Finger eight / ATC guide, Tap sling, etc
  • Climbing Sherpa equipment charge.
  • Require Porters.
  • All required legal documents (Peak climbing permit, National park permit, and TIMS card).
  • All government taxes.


  • An hour trekking massage
  • Trekking and city map.
  • First aid medical box.
  • Some fresh and dry fruits along the trek.
  • Token of love from the company.
  • Farewell lunch and dinner as a suitable time.

What's not included?

  • Extra nights accommodation and food in Kathmandu.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Hard and soft table drinks such as; Coke, Mineral Water, Beer, etc.
  • Personal expenses (laundry, bar bill, telephone, extra helper, battery charge shower and boiled water).
  • Personal guide if requested.
  • Tips for guide and porters.

Fixed Departures

Sorry, No fixed departure dates availabe, Please request for private trip


4.95 - Excellent Based on 1 Reviews

Trekkers are walking full snow at Manang village during the Annapurna Circuit December 2019 Trek

Annapurna Circuit December 2019

5/ 5

We booked to go in December – in the wake of hearing that the climate was clearer. There were fewer trekkers (and fewer vehicles on the streets) and it was the main time we could visit. Annapurna Circuit December 2019, we were unable to finish the Annapurna circuit as there was an excessive amount of snow up at Thorong La Pass 5416M at that point (it improved a couple of days after we headed back however we needed more an ideal opportunity to trust that the snow will scatter). In any case, we had the most astounding excursion! Consistently was diverse and astounding strolling through curious towns settled among the Himalayas. We had hot bright days toward the beginning, to hazy below zero cold days in Manang.

Concerning Himalaya Guide Nepal – they made this outing what it was. Preceding showing up in Nepal, Chandra (the manager) was receptive to our inquiries by means of email. Sorting out all documents, settlement, and our guide. Office invited to the air terminal by our splendid guide Ramesh to pick up. He was ready and consistently ensured we agreeable and safe. I trusted Ramesh with our wellbeing and on review, each choice that he made (especially in the day off) the correct one. Annapurna Circuit December 2019 at long last, all the small subtleties – regardless of whether it be acceptable convenience for the evening, best places to stop for a lunch break, visiting underground aquifers. And so on was the cherry on the cake and didn’t go unnoticed.

I heartily recommended Himalaya Guide Nepal (and Ramesh). If you’re contemplating a trek in Nepal!

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