Mera and Island peak trek

From $3,800 Per Person


Trip Facts

Highlights of the Treks

  • Trek combination over Hinku & Khumbu valley.
  • Climb highest trekking peaks Mera Peak.
  • Cross Challenging Pass Amphu Laptsa.
  • Climb popular trekking peak Island Peak.

Mera and Island peak trek is the most challenging trek in Khumbu Region that includes climb highest Trekking peak in Nepal Mera Peak, the crossing of a technical Amphu Labtsa Pass and Popular another Trekking Peak Island Peak also known by Imja Tse located in Imja valley in Khumbu region of Nepal.

Mera Peak and Island Peak Climbing trip highlights.
Trek to Less visited Hinku valley and inhabited Barun valley.
Climb highest trekking peak Mera peak (6476 meters)
Super views of the 14 of 5 eight thousender peak from Mera Peak Summit.
Challenging pass over Amphu Laptsa (Lapcha) (5620 meters)
Climb popular Trekking peak Island Peak (6189 meters) in Imja Valley.
Visit Sherpa town Namche Bazaar on the way down to Lukla.

Mera and Island peak trek is the most challenging trek in Khumbu Region that also includes the crossing of a technical Amphu Labtsa Pass. Apart from climbs to the two most popular trekking peaks of Nepal, the trek also crosses through some remote and isolated valleys and crosses the challenging Amphu Laptsa (Lapcha) (5620 meters). One can feel the adrenaline pumping throughout the whole adventure with the stunning mountain sceneries of the Himalayan giants and exciting traversing of some of the most beautiful glaciers.
Mera and Island peak trekAstounding views of five of fourteen highest pinnacles on the planet including the highest mountain of the world; Everest (8848 meters), Lhotse (8516 meters) fourth highest peak of the world, Mount Kanchenjunga (8586 meters) third highest peak of the world, Mount Makalu (8462 meters) Fifth highest peak and mount Cho Oyu (8201 meters) sixth highest peak of the world and many other peaks visible from Mera Peak Summit in one panorama, surely is one of the most sensational mountain panorama on the planet.

This adventure in the Himalayas of Nepal has it all that makes Mera and Island Peak Trek one of the best adventures. Summits of the highest trekking peak in Nepal Mera Peak (6476 meters) and Island Peak (6189 meters) one of the most popular trekking peak provided excellent views of the highest mountains, a challenging route through some of the remote valleys of the country and much more.

Mera and Island Peak trekking and Climbing Route,
Taking exciting mountain flight to Lukla, we will trek through the hard route of Mera Peak trek trail, The trek also goes through the busy Khumbu Valley, sparsely populated Hinku Valley and almost inhabited Barun Valley. Throughout these valleys, the century’s old culture and history of the Sherpa can be thoroughly experienced and savored. Highest Trekking Peak in Nepal Mera Peak Climbing trip photos and YouTube video you can find in the link created by our clients who just completed Mera Peak Climbing trip in Nepal.

Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu (1335 meters) .

    A representative from Visit Himalaya Treks with the company’s display board will greet you outside the arrival terminal and transfer you to your Hotel. The trek leader will meet the group for a meeting and provide a detailed briefing on the trek. All the required information regarding the trek would be provided. (Overnight at Hotel)

  • Day 02: Fly to Lukla (2850 meters) and trek to Chutanga (3020 meters) .

    An early morning scenic flight to Lukla (35 minutes) is followed by a leisurely breakfast at Lukla. We meet up with our crew and after a brief introduction and a quick sorting of our daypack and the main bags, our adventure starts. The path goes into the valley towards the left into the more quieter valley and passes through small tea shops and passes small settlement of Chutok. The trail ascends from the very beginning from Lukla and undulates briefly at some places during the day. The day’s trek ends at a small village of Chutanga. (4 hours) (Overnight at Camp. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

  • Day 03: Acclimatization day at Chutanga .

    The day is spent on an easy hike to gain an altitude of more than 500-600 meters and then a free afternoon to rest follows. This day is very important as the trek quickly enters into higher altitudes of more than 4000 meters on the very next day. (Overnight at Camp. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

  • Day 04: Cross Zatra La (4700 meters) and trek to Thuli Kharka (4300 meters) .

    The trek enters further into the valley ascending all the time and enters the alpine vegetation leaving the tree line behind. The path reaches the end of the valley below the Zatra La. A steep ascent leads to the top of the pass and an equally steep descent follows. The descent ends at Thuli Kharka, a small flatland with couple of Teahouses. (6 hours) (Overnight at Camp. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

  • Day 05: Trek to Kothe (3691 meters) .

    The trail briefly drops and yet again steadily starts to climb to the top of another small pass. A steep descent slowly leads back into vegetations and passes through thinner forests that start to grow thicker with the drop in the elevation. The drop ends as the trek enters the Hinku valley and then undulates through forests of Pine and Bamboo. At the end of the forest, another small settlement with couple of Teahouses marks the end of the day. The village also provides of the first glimpse of the Mera Peak. (6 hours) (Overnight at Camp. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

  • Day 06: Trek to Thangnak (4356 meters) .

    The trek continues to move further into the valley following the river closely and passes through the yak pasturelands used in the summer. The trail continuously and gradually keeps ascending and passes a spiritual cave monastery on the way. The ascent finally ends at Thangnak. There are few hikes available around afternoon that will further more enhance the process of acclimatization. The hikes also provide views of the Kusum Kanguru (6367 meters), Kyashar (6770 meters), Mera La (5415 meters) and other peaks of the Hinku Valley. (4 hours) (Overnight at Camp. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

  • Day 07: Trek to Khare (5045 meters) .

    The trek now travels on a rocky trail and keeps ascending towards Mera Peak. After a good climb in the morning the trail reaches the grassy areas of Dig Kharka, another yak pastureland. Once again, the trail ascends into the higher elevation and finally ending at the last settlement of the trek, Khare. (3 hours) (Overnight at Camp. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

  • Day 08: Acclimatization day at Khare .

    The day will be used to get into the glacier and acclimatize to the higher altitude. Also, the climbing guide will provide a brief training on climbing and also will introduce all the gears going to be used during the climb. The training is to introduce you to the basics of mountaineering and also for to build up your confidence, so that you can enjoy the climb. (Overnight at Camp. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

  • Day 09: Cross Mera La (5415 meters) and trek to Mera Base Camp (5300 meters) .

    The day will be another day full of ascending but this time, it is on the glacier. In the morning after a good hour or so of climbing, the trail passes by a small teashop, the final teashop before the summit of Mera Peak (6476 meters). A gradual walk finally on an easier slope through the glacier follows after a steep ascent. The slope continues until the Mera La and the trail will drop a bit to reach the campsite. (4 hours) (Overnight at Camp. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

  • Day 10: Trek to Mera High Camp (5780 meters) .

    A return to the Mera La is followed by another ascent that only ends at the High Camp. The High Camp lies next to a huge rock and offers stunning views of several mountains of the Khumbu region, including views of Makalu (8463 meters), Kangchenjunga (8586 meters) and Everest (8848 meters) being the highest ones. (3 hours) (Overnight at Camp. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

  • Day 11:Climb Mera Peak (6476 meters) and trek to Khongma Ding (4840 meters) .

    The push for the summit starts very early in the morning, mostly it starts before 3 a.m. in the morning. The climbing guide will fix all the safety lines wherever necessary and will be close taking care of you. A steep long ascent finally ends at the top and after a short stay at the top to enjoy the panorama of mountains; we head back to Mera La and descend further more towards Khongma Ding. (8-10 hours) (Overnight at Camp. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

  • Day 12: Extra Day .

    This spare day can be used in case of bad weather on the day of the summit attempt. This day can also be used as an extra day for acclimatization.

  • Day 13: Trek to Seto Pokhari (5000 meters) .

    The trek to Seto Pokhari is quite a comfortable trail with Chamlang (7319 meters) and Baruntse (7129 meters) visible for most of the day. The trail stays almost flat and quietly gains altitude of a couple of hundred meters at the end of the day at Seto Pokhari. (5 hours) (Overnight at Camp. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

  • Day 14: Trek to Chamlang Base Camp (5400 meters) .

    The trek continues to climb further into the valley, one of the most remote place in the country. Only fellow trekkers trying to experience the wilderness can be met in this part of the trek. The day is relatively a short day because of the altitude as the day ends at Chamlang Base Camp. (3 hours) (Overnight at Camp. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

  • Day 15: Trek to Amphu Laptsa Base Camp (5620 meters) .

    Another short day trek ends the day at Amphu Laptsa Base Camp. A good rest is a must as the trek crosses one of the most technical pass in the following day. (2 hours) (Overnight at Camp. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

  • Day 16: Cross Amphu Laptsa (5800 meters) and trek to Chukung valley .

    The trail climbs through huge sections of rocks and ices and only ends at the top. A steep drop from the top leads into the Chukung valley. The day ends in the valley as we camp on a flatland at the bottom of the pass. (8-9 hours) (Overnight at Camp. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

  • Day 17:Trek to Chukung (4730 meters) .

    The trek starts to descend down in the valley and after couple of hours reaches the village of Chukung. Finally after almost a week, the village of Chukung marks the trek back into the civilization. Yet again, the trek ends shortly for the day as we once again prepare for another climb. (2 hours) (Overnight at Camp. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

  • Day 18: Extra Day .

    This spare day can be used in case of bad weather during the crossing of the pass. If the trek goes according to itinerary, the day can be used to split the trek from Chukkung to Island Peak High Camp into two days. The day can also be used as a rest day.

  • Day 19: Trek to Island Peak High Camp (5350 meters) .

    A steep climb for the most parts of the day further into the valley ends at the Island Peak Base Camp. The trek again gains a good couple of hundred meters getting higher and closer to Island Peak finally reaches the Island Peak High Camp. (6 hours) (Overnight at Camp. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

  • Day 20: Climb Island Peak (6189 meters) and trek to Chukung .

    The push for the summit starts very early in the morning, mostly it starts before 3 a.m. in the morning. The climbing guide will fix all the safety lines wherever necessary and will be close taking care of you. A steep long ascent finally ends at the top and after a short stay at the top to enjoy the panorama of mountains; we head back to Chukung. (8-10 hours) (Overnight at Camp. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

  • Day 21: Trek to Tengboche (3860 meters) .

    The day starts with the trail descending down to the valley passing Dingboche on the way and a brief climb afterwards leads to the village of Hortse. After Hortse, the trek joins the main trail Everest trail. The trek goes through villages of Pangboche and Debocheen route to Tengboche. (7-8 hours) (Overnight at Camp. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

  • Day 22: Trek to Monjo (2835 meters) .

    Staying on the busy Everest trail, the trek heads towards Namche via Kyangjuma . On the way down from Namche, we take a last look at the Everest and merrily continue the trek down to river. The exit from the Sagarmatha National Park and a brief drop leads to the village of Monju and ends the days trek. (6-7 hours) (Overnight at Camp. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

  • Day 23: Trek to Lukla (2810 meters) .

    We trek back to Lukla via through bigger village of Phakding and finally end the trek at Lukla. We also bid farewell to our support crew and formally end their trek for them as well. (6-7 hours) (Overnight at Teahouse. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

  • Day 24: Fly back to Kathmandu .

    A 25 minute flight to Kathmandu and a whole day to explore the capital. (Overnight at Hotel. Breakfast included)

  • Day 25: Sightseeing at Kathmandu .

    A half day guided tour to several of historical and spiritual attractions enlisted under the World Heritage Sites. (Overnight at Hotel. Breakfast included)

  • Day 26: Free day at Kathmandu .

    A leisure day in Kathmandu which can used for an early morning mountain flights to Everest or can extended into further more tours to Chitwan, Lumbini etc. Further adventure activities like rock climbing, hiking, biking around the Kathmandu valley with bungee jumping, rafting near the valleys can be done on this free day. (This is also spare day in case of cancellation of flights) (Overnight at Hotel. Breakfast included)

  • Day 27:Departure .

    A representative from Visit Himalaya Treks Pvt. Ltd. will check your flight tickets and transfer you to the airport before two hours from your flight with a hope of seeing you again in the future. (Breakfast included)


    Bad weather has been a recurring problem at Lukla in the last few years and caused a lot of trouble with flight cancellations. We would like to strongly suggest you to have some spare days at the end of the trek and also a travel insurance that partially or fully covers the sum of emergency evacuation to catch up the international flights. The problems of bad weather at Lukla and people missing their international flights have been well documented in the last few years.


  • Arrivals and departure transport by car (We will collect you from the Kathmandu international airport) and transfer to Hotel.
  • Half day sightseeing in Kathmandu (Boudhanath and Pasupatinath) with city guide and necessary transport.
  • 4 nights accommodation (2 persons per room) in Kathmandu 3* standard Hotel with breakfast.
  • Kathmandu - Lukla - Kathmandu airfare including airport taxes.
  • A porter to carry your luggage on treks (Per person 20 kilogram luggage).
  • National Park entry fee and Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS).
  • All meals and hot drinks during the trek.
  • Peak climbing permits.
  • Group climbing gears like rope, snowbars and icescrews.
  • Salary, insurance, food, accommodation for guides and porters.
  • First Aid Kit.
  • Government taxes and service charge.


  • Nepal entry Visa Fee.
  • Personal Travel Insurance (Compulsory).
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Personal expenses like beverages (mineral water, alcohol, soft drinks), telephone bills, laundry, bar bills, personal tips etc.
  • Personal climbing gear.

Gear List

The following checklist should help you with your packing. As a general rule, you should always try to keep the weight of your equipment to a minimum. The packed weight of your trek bag while trekking should be no more than 15 KG.

Hiking boots
Trekking trousers / pants
Waterproof overtrousers / rainpants
Baselayer shirts
Casual shirt and/or T-shirts
Fleece jacket or warm jumper/sweater
Waterproof jacket
Warm hat
Thermal gloves
Warm and waterproof over gloves or mittens
Headtorch/Headlamp with spare bulb and batteries
Sun protection (including total bloc for lips, nose etc.)
Water bottles 1 L.
Antibacterial handwash
Small towel
Daypack, 25/30Litres
Trekking poles
Sleeping bag 4 or 5 season * (rated down to – 20ºC)
Warm jacket (down)*

Small, personal first-aid kit. (Simple and light)
Aspirin, first-aid tape, and plasters (Band-Aids)
1 skin-blister repair kit
Anti-diarrhea pills
Anti-headache pills
Cough and/or cold medicine
Anti-altitude sickness pills: Diamox or Acetylzolamide
Stomach antibiotic: Ciprofloxacin, etc. Do not bring sleeping pills as they are a respiratory depressant.
Water purification tablets or water filter
1 set of earplugs
Extra pair of prescription glasses, contact lens supplies.

Climbing gear you should bring:
01: Ice Axe w/Leash (General mountaineering tool. Sizing is important: under 5’7" use a 60cm tool; 5’7"- 6’1" use a 65cm tool; over 6’1" use a 70cm tool. (Too short is preferable to too long).)
02: Crampons (With flat rather than “cookie cutter” frame rails)
03: 40 ft 6mm perlon (For Prussiks or bring your glacier rig.)
04: Alpine Climbing Harness (Harness should fit over all clothing; have gear loops, adjustable leg loops and be reasonably comfortable to hang suspended in.)
05: Carabiners (2 Large Pear or D-shaped locking. 2 standard ovals or D’s)
06: Climbing helmet (Must be adjustable to fit, with or without hat or balaclava on)
07: 1 Ascender (Recommended: left or right hand.)
08: Ski or trekking poles (Snow baskets required. Helpful for balance when carrying a heavy pack or if you have knee problems)
09: Double plastic climbing boots.
10: Gaiters (Please make sure your gaiters fit around the plastic boot without being to tight around the boot.)

Note: Walking pole, down jacket, sleeping bag, etc available on hire in Kathmandu or request we will provide it.

Dates and Price

Start DateEnd DateAvailabilityPriceBooking
Apr 15,2018May 11,2018 Available $3800 Book Now
Apr 24,2018May 20,2018 Available $3800 Book Now

Note: Contact us if the departure dates doesn't suit you. We can also arrange you a personalized trek according to your convenience. For more details, Contact Us


How fit I need to be, is this trip for me?
Should be able to walk or climb on difficult terrain. Loose scree, glacial moraine and icy bits are the tricky terrains that are frequent on a peak climb. Must have experience of being above 5000 meters. A climbing trip can be planned with few acclimatization days above 5000 meters or crossing a 5000 meter pass is recommend before heading for the peak. Should be able to trek for at least 8 hours for three to four straight days on difficult terrain. Should be able to go through long hours without food and water for one day (this is for the worst case scenarios). Should be able to cope up with extreme weathers (extreme cold and wind chill). Should be fit enough to climb and descend 1000 meters within a day. Should be able to use the basic climbing gears.
Do your climbing guides are trained and have climbed Mera Peak & Island Peak before?
YES, all our climbing guides are experience in many trekking peaks 5800 meters to 7000 meters and also have experience up to 8000 meters as well. All our climbing guides are licensed by Nepal Mountaineering Association.
How do I know that your company is a legit company?
On the home page of our website, under the section, company profile, all the legal documents are present.
What happens if I have to cancel or postpone my booked trip?
On cancellation, depending on time duration before the cancellation of the trip, cancellation charge will be charged. A trip can be postponed up to a year.
How far in advance can I book?
A trip can be booked as far as one year in advance. We do not book more than one year ahead because of possibility of huge fluctuations in the international exchange rate.
Can I customize trips to make them suite me?
We always try to be flexible with our trips for our client’s convenience. We are open to changes on the trips as long as the proposed itinerary does not harm your own chances of acclimatization on the trips.
Before a trek: What do I need to bring for the trek?
On confirmation of a trek, full lists of required gears would be sent to you or please view our Gear List section on website.
What kind of insurances do I need?
Proper travel insurance is necessary before confirming a trek. At times of emergency cases like evacuation, it will cover your expenses. Make sure to consult with your insurance company about the coverage of the insurance that you have bought.
How do I prepare myself for the physical requirement of the trek?
An average physical fitness should be maintained on prior of booking a trek. Any sort of illness or recent medical problems should be mentioned while booking a trip. Most of our itineraries are prepared to give you a maximum time to acclimatize and pace setting on the treks would be done according to your convenience.
How long will be an average day on the trek?
On average, a day on a trek would be 5-6 hours long. The longest day can be up to 10 hours and 3 hours is the shortest day. It all depends on the region that your are trekking.
How safe are the treks?
Our main objective is your safety. Safety is never compromised and all our guides are properly trained and equipped to take care clients’ safety in even the wildest region of the country.
What is the weather and Temperature like in trekking?
Weather in the mountains is infamously difficult to predict. At night it is generally cooler the days are generally warm. Winter (Mid December to mid February) will be colder but the days can be quite warm if the sun is out. There will be some snow during the month of December, January, and February. It is also important to make sure that you can stay warm and dry in just about any conditions. Expect the unexpected! The temperature could be as high as 15 deg C to -20 deg C low.
Is there any arrangement made for emergency while on trekking Tour?
In case of severe sickness or accident (which is least expected), you will be rescued by a helicopter. Since you are entirely liable for all the expenses incurred for the use of such emergency services, please make sure that your travel insurance covers you for both- medical as well as emergency evacuation costs.
On a trek: How are the food and the logistics on the trek?
All the lodges used on the treks are frequently used and trusted by our company. We take our clients review very seriously and never repeat any lodges with complaints on their food on lodge/ tea house trek. During climbing period our cook will provide food cooked in our own camp at Mera Peak Base Camp & Island peak base camp.
I m a Vegetarian, is that a Problem?
It is not a problem at all because in a mountain tea house / lodges serve vegetarian food as well and our guide well take care at the time and on a camping trek our cook will care well for the vegetarian food.
How is the standard of the lodges that we use on treks?
Most of the lodges in the mountains are quite basic. On few major towns or settlements, when possible we provide the best lodges possible. There are luxury lodges but it’s not included on the standard treks.
What is the stander of gears use on camping trek?
We use stander quality of (Camping Gears) like tents, dining tents, mattress, etc on a camping trek, Also we provide proper warm jacket, trouser, shoes for the porters too.
Will I be able to charge my mobile and camera during the trek?
Lately, most of the teahouses on the trekking routes have electricity. So, charging your gadgets is not a problem at all. However, on some teahouses which run on solar power, you would have to pay additional fee (US$ 1 to 3 approx.), in order to get your gadgets charged.
Is there any communication while we are on trekking?
Now a day’s most of the major village cell phone is work however such a remote place cell phone does not work but land line phone is available. You can use land line Local phone to call to your relatives.
Can I use credit cards in the places I visit in trekking?
You can’t use credit card on a trekking unless in a certain luxuries hotel.
Can I use foreign currency in the place I visit in trekking?
Well! You may use foreign currency during the trekking but exchange rate may not meet correct rate as city so we recommended you to take enough Nepali currency from Kathmandu where you can exchange.
What opportunities will I have for shower along the trek?
Most of the place they have shower heated by gas and some places headed by solar so you can have shower paying extra cost. However in Camping trek our staffs will provide hot water in bucket for wash and shower.
What safety measures are in place? What safety equipment do your guides carry with them on trek to deal with sickness/accidents?
In every trekking our guide carries first aid kit with basic requirement tools and some medicine for preventing out in an emergency condition.
Is Visit Himalaya's staff insured?
All our staffs are fully covered by Insurance and high altitude evacuation if necessary.
Do I get refund if trek finished earlier then the schedule?
After conformation your trip we manage our field staff giving them a full wages of the trip duration so you won’t get refunds. If any case you drop from the trip by illness or any case there will be not any refundable.
Do you use yaks/porters on the trek or do we carry all of our own gear?
We provide 2 in sharing porter for carry your gears in Tea house trek (Lodge Trek) and such a demanding camping trek we use Yak, Mules, for carry the loads. Our porter carry 20 to 25 kilograms so we suggest each person‘s good weight 10 to 12 Kilograms. You need to carry your own day pack with your valuable items.
Will there be a place to store items/clothing not required for the trek?
Yes either you can store same hotel as you stayed or we can store your goods with us safely in our office free of cost.
Can I obtain the visa for Nepal upon on arrival at the airport?
Yes you can obtain your Nepal Visa upon arrival in Kathmandu Nepal. More details of Nepal visa please follow the link given. Nepal Visa Information.
How much luggage is allowed on treks?
The luggage must not exceed up to 20 kilos. A trekking helper (porter) carries a baggage of less than 15 kilos. This bag can be received at the end of each day’s trek and you should carry the rest of the weight as a day bag with all your money and valuables inside it.
Do I need to tip my Trekking staffs?
This is a difficult thing to gauge. We have seen everything from USD 25 to USD 900 per person for guides and porters. Tipping is not required, but a small gesture of thanks to your guides and local porters. The level of the tip should reflect the level of satisfaction from and personal involvement with your guide. However, we recommend you to spend minimum 10% of your total trip cost for tipping entire local staffs.
What is the best time to Visit Nepal? October to November:-
October to November also referred as the autumn season, this is the time of the year with the clear blue skies and green and lush valleys, easily making it the best time in the year to visit Nepal. Adding to the weather is also the festive season that falls in these months, Tihar, the festival of lights (also known as the festival of the brothers and sisters) being the highlight of the many festivals. The temperature can be hot in the days with clear sky with no rains and can be very pleasant for the views of the mountains.
December to February :-
December to February it is winter in Nepal in these 3 months in Nepal. High altitude trekking can be unbearable because of the freezing cold, with many treks with high passes being close at this time of the year. This could be easily the best time to visit and do some moderate treks like Annapurna Base Camp, Everest Base Camp Trek, Langtang Trek etc if a quiet, peaceful and less people on trails is your priority. The weather remains calm, rainfall is rare during these months and trekking is still very much possible and enjoyable as well.
March to May :-
March to May The spring season falls during this time and is easily the busiest time of the year in some parts, Everest Trekking trail in particular being the busiest region. The days can get really hot, at times temperature crossing 30 degrees Celsius mark but the jungles with blossoming colourful Rhododendrons and other flowers with towering snow capped pinnacles at the background are an absolute delight to watch. March to May, along with October to November are the best months to trek in Nepal.
June to September :-
June to September The worst time to trek in Nepal as heavy rains, floods and landslides are common until mid September. However, places like the Upper Dolpo and upper parts of Mustang are the places to be at this time of the year because of the least rainfall in these areas. Apart from these areas, all other areas are a nuisance to trek during these times because of the rains and the problems like leeches, muddy trails, cancelled flights.


Trip cost will vary depending on numbers of travelers, duration/days of trek, standard of hotel in Kathmandu before & after the trip. Please contact us to GET a Custom Quote.


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