The Mera and Island Peak Climb with Amphu Laptsa Pass is one of the most daring adventures in Nepal. A trip comprising of two climbing peaks- the Mera Peak and the Island Peak, as well as a high mountain pass, it is a journey that is filled with the absolute best facets of the Khumbu. It is a perfect choice for adventure-seekers who are looking for a daring trip that takes them to the remote parts of the region and presents an undeniably unforgettable trip. The journey is filled with mesmerizing views of the mountain peaks of Everest and is always decorated with beguiling terrains embedded with ethnic villages and settlements.
A long trekking journey, the Mera and Island Peak Climb with Amphu Laptsa Pass begins with a short flight to Lukla. From there, the trail then ventures deep into the Dudh Koshi, the Hinku River, and the Imja River valleys towards thrilling foothill base camps of two of the most popular climbing peaks in Nepal- the Mera Peak and the Island Peak. Finally, you will also summit the peaks, navigating your way through the snowy slopes filled with crevasses and hollow grounds. Using climbing equipment like ropes, crampons, ice axes, and karabiners among others, you will follow your Sherpa guide uphill towards the summit of the peaks.
Moreover, the trip also includes crossing one of the three major high mountain passes of the Khumbu- the Amphu Laptsa. Situated at an elevation of above 5,000 meters, the pass requires a strenuous climb up and downhill. As such, this trekking trip is one of the challenging journeys in Nepal. It requires a good level of technical skills and prior trekking and mountaineering experience to pull off successfully.
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Mera Peak is one of the most famous trekking peaks of Nepal. It is a part of the Mansiri Himalayan Range, situated at an altitude of 6,476 meters. With three main summits- the Mera North, the Mera Central, and the Mera South, as well as a smaller trekking summit, Mera Peak presents panoramic views of Himalayan peaks like Mount Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, and Mount Kanchenjunga among many others from the summit. As such, the Mera Peak Climb incorporates all the best features of Khumbu, including its natural beauty and cultural vibrancy, to present you with a trip that you will never forget! The Mera Peak Climb begins with a short flight to Lukla from Kathmandu. The initial trekking trail of the journey passes through many of Khumbu's remote villages where each presents breath-taking views of the Everest peaks. Moreover, Khumbu is also home to the ethnic Sherpa people of Nepal and the journey is a great way to experience their culture. You can enjoy their costumes, the Gumbas, chortens, prayer flags, Mani stones, and Stupas and monasteries all along the trip.
Likewise, the journey goes through the Dudh Koshi and Imja River valleys to take you through highland pastures, alpine woods, and deep ravines. Besides the Himalayan ambiance, the natural beauty of the landscape is also one of the trip's major hallmarks. At each step of the way, you will come across beautiful mule and yak caravans, terrace farms, vast open pastures, and grasslands. The skyline throughout the trip is also decorated with views of the Everest Himalayas.
Finally, the path then leads you to the settlement of Khare and the Mera High Camp. Finally, you will begin your ascent upwards to the peak's summit. The summit of Mera Peak presents spectacular views of the surroundings, with the wide environment covered in deep snow and ice and glacial sludge and icefalls covering the path. Following your guide, you will climb up the peak with your crampons and ropes, following the climbing path that is attributed to crevasses and hollow grounds. It is very thrilling and nerve-wracking!
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One of the most popular trekking peaks in Nepal, the Island Peak is a beautiful peak that gets its name from its appearance. Visible like an Island in a sea of ice and snow, the Island Peak is one of the best choices when it comes to peak climbing adventures, especially for beginners. With a highly glaciated west face rising from the Lhotse Glacier, Island Peak is an extension of the South Ridge of the Lhotse Shar separated by a small col. The peak is also popularly known as the Imja Tse and presents unforgettable views of the surrounding mountain peaks from the summit. The Island Peak Climb is a mesmerizing journey through Khumbu's amazing landscape.
Island Peak Climb begins with a short flight to Lukla. The trip then takes you coruscating through the Dudh Koshi and Imja River valleys to many ethnic Sherpa settlements and villages. Passing by terrace farms and beautiful highland pastures, you will get breath-taking views of many of the region's Himalayas, like Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Thamserku, Kusum Kanguru, the Ama Dablam, and many others. The trip also includes visiting Namche Bazaar, one of the most popular Himalayan towns of Khumbu, renowned as the gateway to Everest. Likewise, the journey also includes visiting the Tengboche Monastery, one of the largest Buddhist monasteries in the region.
Finally, you will follow our Sherpa guide up the Island Peak, navigating your way through thick snowy terrains and icefalls. The peak is known for its crevasses and you will be using various climbing equipment to make your way to the top. As you reach the summit, you can get awe-inspiring views of the neighboring peaks spectacularly.
The Island Peak Climb is great for novice climbers who are looking for a relatively easier climbing journey. The trip is also incorporated with the best services regarding guidance, food, transportation, and accommodation. It is the best option for people who want to experience the thrill of summiting a peak.
Going for climbing Tent Peak is one of the most adventurous trips around the Annapurna region. Tent Peak, also known as Tharpu Chuli, is gaining popularity among mountain climbers. In this journey, you will trek through the Annapurna region and get to enjoy the mountainous beauty along the way. You will be reaching the Machhapuchhre Base Camp and then summit the Tent Peak and reach the height of 5,663m/18,575 ft. This adventurous journey will bring you across a number of peaks like Annapurna South, Annapurna I, Machhapuchhre, Hiunchuli, and many others. The walk along with the villages also gives you an amazing experience.
Climbing Tent Peak is relatively easier and you need not require previous climbing experience. Our guides will brief you on climbing techniques before scaling the peak. You will have to make use of climbing gears and ropes as you reach for the summit. This peak climbing will give you an exhilarating experience. If you are looking for some mountaineering experience you should definitely try this one out.
AmaDablam is one of the widely famous mountains among the mountain climbers. The mountain lies in the Everest Region and has a height of 6,812 meters. The path to AmaDablam summit follows the old trekking route of iconic Everest Base Camp and changes its route from Dingboche village. The trek is suited for the experienced trekkers who want to level up their voyage in the mountains. AmaDablam expedition takes around 30 days to complete the whole journey, while it also expects the climbers a good physical shape as well as mount climbing training and experiences. The pre climbing training will be given during the meantime of 30 days. The trek also consists of many rest days to acclimatize the body in the high altitude so the chances of conquering the summit increase. If the weather as well as climatic conditions are in our favor we’ll reach the summit in our 22nd day of setting off.
The expedition covers major destinations in the Everest Region where you’ll be able to enjoy tasty local foods as well as breathtaking mountain views of Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam and many other peaks. Passing different suspension bridges and walking along the banks of Dudhkoshi liver we reach the AmaDablam base camp from where our climbing starts. Our experienced guides and porters will be with you all the time to cater all your needs while you’ll only have to focus on climbing and conquering the exquisite AmaDablam. After you conquer this infamous peak there will be many other paths opened up for you as Nepal is a land of Himalayas consisting over 1000 peaks and also home to 8 peaks over 8000 meters.
As the altitude goes above 6,500 meters during the Amadablam Expeditions, trekkers need to be in a very good physical shape before embarking on the journey. Basic to Medium physical exercises are recommended to all the travellers 3-4 months prior to the expedition as well. Climbers having some experience of peak climbing before also get a major plus point. There will be many hardships along the way but the trek surely will be worth it as you taste the authentic local foods and beverages along with the grand feeling of conquering AmaDablam.
The trek begins with a short sightseeing of UNESCO world heritage sites in Kathmandu and then a flight to Lukla, one of the most thrilling airports in the world. We head to Manjo from Lukla and stay for the night with a belly full of local foods and beverages. We head to Namche Bazaar the next day, which will be around 5 to 6 hours of walk. After a long and tiring day we stay a warm lodge at Namche and take a good night’s sleep with an exciting day ahead tomorrow. The following day we continue our journey to Khumjung. The day after we get to Phortse and we move onwards to Dingboche. After wonderful day at Dingboche we reach Chukkung, climb Chhukung and be back to Dingboche. We head to Amadablam Base Camp from Dingboche and engage on many training activities before actually heading for the Summit. We go to Yak Camp (I and II) then be back to AmaDablam base camp from where we finally move on to Summit from Camp 1, 2, 2.7 and finally reach the summit. We head back to Lukla the same way before and take the stunning flight back to Kathmandu, which will mark the end to this thrilling AmaDablam Expeditions.
Lobuche Peak Climbing is one of the major growing exprditions in the Everest Region. Apart from famous Everest and AmaDablam peak expeditions the climbers also embark on this unique set of path through the heart of Solukhumbu. The Lobuche Peak Climbing expedition is a great opportunity to those adventure enthusiasts who want to experience the lower altitude expeditions before going on a full-fledged climbing up to other famous higher mountains. Nepal is full of mountains and there are many options for the nature lovers to conquer but Lobuche Peak Climbing expedition is once in a lifetiume experience that every climbers should try.
Lobuche Peak lies at an altitude of . The trek follows the same old classic route of Everest Base Camp before following the trail to Lobuche Base Camp from pheriche. The climbers will get to experience the local culture and traditions with the unique way of life of the mankind in the heart of Solukhumbu. Our experienced guides and porters will be with you throughout the whole expedition period to help you with all your needs. You just need to focus on keeping yourself fit and pushing yourself a little more. The trek sure will become tough as you gain the altitude but the views and the feeling of conquering the Lobuche will always stay with you for a lifetime.
As the altitude goes above 6,000 meters during the Lobuche Peak Climbing, trekkers need to be in a very good physical shape before embarking on the journey. Basic to Medium physical exercises are recommended to all the travellers 3-4 months prior to the trek. There will be some hardships along the way but the trek surely will be worth it as you taste the authentic local foods and beverages along with the spectacular sceneries.
The trek begins with a short sightseeing of UNESCO world heritage sites in Kathmandu and then a flight to Lukla, one of the most thrilling airports in the world. We head to Phakding from Lukla and stay for the night with a belly full of local foods and beverages. We head to Namche Bazaar the next day, which will be around 5 to 6 hours of walk. After a long and tiring day we stay a warm lodge at Namche and take a good night’s sleep with an exciting day ahead tomorrow. The fourth day we stay at Namche to acclimatize and the following day we continue our journey to Tengboche and onwards to Pheriche. From here onwards our climbing will officially begin as we stay at the Lobuche Base camp. We move on to the high camp the following day and finally summit the Lobuche peak. After clicking amazing pictures and enjoying the lovely sceneries we head back to Lukla via the same route and take the stunning flight back to Kathmandu, which will mark the end to this stunning Lobuche Peak trip.
Kyajori Peak Climbing is a least explored and a beautiful expedition route of the Everest Region. The trail to the peak follows the old classic trekking route of EBC to Namche, from where the route slightly changes to Kyajo Ri base camp. This is a high altitude expedition where the height reaches upto 6,186 meters at Kyajori Summit. This is a great opportunity for the nature enthusiasts to explore the unexplored part of Everest region where one gets to enjoy the exquisite views of Mount Everest, Mount Lhotse, AmaDablam and many other peaks in the Everest ranges. This expedition is also a good chance to get the experience of mountain climbing before embarking on other bigger adventures to the higher mountains. Nepal is a country with a lot to offer, it is up to all of you nature enthusiasts to pick the best one up and head off to a great adventure.
This is a less popular expedition among the adventure enthusiast, but it might just be the best for you if you’re looking to head off to more isolated regions. Many of the places have been highly commercialized in Nepal and in the right season even Everest is packed with many climbers. So choose your climbing wisely before setting off to these mountainous adventures. Here, you’ll also get an opportunity to meet many other adventure enthusiasts along the way and wonderful villagers who will be very happy to serve you as their guests. You’ll walk along many high suspension bridges and banks of Dudhkoshi River which will provide you the sense of adrenaline rushing through your body. The breathtaking Mountain Views and Unique Landscape of the region are just one of the many highlights of this Kyajori Peak Climbing.
As the altitude goes above 6,000 meters during the Kyajori Peak Climbing, climbers need to be in a very good physical shape before embarking on the journey. Basic to Medium physical exercises are recommended to all the travellers 3-4 months prior to the expedition. There will be some hardships along the way but the trek surely will be worth it as you taste the authentic local foods and beverages along with the spectacular sceneries.
The trek begins with a short sightseeing of UNESCO world heritage sites in Kathmandu and then a flight to Lukla, one of the most thrilling airports in the world. We head to Phakding from Lukla and stay for the night with a belly full of local foods and beverages. We head to Namche Bazaar the next day, which will be around 5 to 6 hours of walk. After a long and tiring day we stay a warm lodge at Namche and take a good night’s sleep with an exciting day ahead tomorrow. The fourth day we stay at Namche to acclimatize and the following day we continue our journey to Mende and onwards to Kyajori Base Camp. The next day we head to Camp I, and the following day we end up in Camp II which will be the last destination before we reach the Summit. After clicking amazing pictures and enjoying the lovely sceneries we head back to Lukla via the same route up and take the stunning flight back to Kathmandu, which will mark the end to this stunning Kyajori Peak Climbing.
Himlung Expedition is one of the growing trips in the Manaslu Ranges of central Nepal. Nepal is a rich country in natural vistas having a lot to offer to all the nature enthusiasts. From Everest to Kanchenjunga and AmaDablam to Himlung expeditions there are hundreds of other phenomenal treks that are yet to be explored and yet to be discovered. Himlung Expedition is one of those unexplored region that offers many attractions from beautiful mountain views to dense forest walks that are widely loved by every visitors. Himlung Expedition is a great opportunity for all the climbers in the world to see something rare, and also experience being in the midst of core nature with wonderful villagers welcoming you throughout the whole journey. So grab this chance to be on a wild adventure with our guides and experts!!!
The excursion visits some of the most isolated areas of the Manaslu Valley, where you may sample delectable cuisine from the region and take in breathtaking views of the Manaslu and Annapurna Ranges. We arrive at the Himlung Base Camp, from where our climbing begins. By passing through numerous winding, tiny roads, rivers, curves, and little waterfalls we finish this great adventure. When you concentrate solely on ascending and conquering the magnificent Himlung, our knowledgeable guides and porters will be by your side at all times to meet all of your needs. Although Nepal is a land of Himalayas with over 1000 peaks and 8 summits higher than 8000 meters, you will have a lot of new paths open to you when you conquer this extraordinary peak.
Trekkers must be in excellent physical condition before beginning the Himlung Expeditions because the altitude rises to almost 7,000 meters. All travelers are advised to engage in simple to moderate physical activity three to four months prior to the adventure. Climbers with prior peak-climbing experience have a significant advantage. While there will be many challenges along the way, the journey will undoubtedly be worthwhile as you sample the traditional delicacies and drinks from the region and experience the wonderful sense of conquering Himlung.
The trek begins with a short sightseeing of UNESCO world heritage sites in Kathmandu and then a drive to Besisahar. We head to Koto from Besisahar and stay for the night with a belly full of local foods and beverages. We head to Meta the next day, which will be around 5 to 6 hours of walk. After a long and tiring day we stay a warm lodge at Kyang and take a good night’s sleep with an exciting day ahead tomorrow. The following day we continue our journey to Phu. After a long and tough trek we finally get to Himlung Base Camp. For the next 14 days we’ll engage in many training activities and focus on conquering the Himlung Summit. We head to high camp and then onwards to the summit. After we get back to the camp and stay our night. We head back to Phu and back to Koto on foot from where we’ll drive back to Kathmandu, which will mark the end to this exciting Himlung Expeditions.
Chulu Far East Peak Climbing is a least explored and isolated expedition, perfect for anyone seeking the opportunity to explore the unexplored part of beautiful Nepal. Nepal is a very popular country in the world among mainly the adventure enthusiasts. Its home to many beautiful peaks that are widely popular in the world including the highest peak Mount Everest. The country has a lot to offer and many regions in the country are yet to be explored and yet to be discovered. This unique expedition follows the route of hidden valley of Manang also known for its unique desert like landscape as well as the world famous Tilicho Lake. Come and grab the opportunity to explore this beautiful region as well as get the experience of mountain climbing with our experts.
The trek is most suitable all the nature lovers who wants to travel in the least commercialized and explored places and enjoy the depth of nature to its very core. The trek goes through many charming villages that have its own uniqueness in their customs and traditions. The foods and local beverages of the region are also the things to look out for. The mountainous views of Nepal are always the most appreciated through the climbers. Our guides and porters will lead your way and help you with all your needs while you only have to focus on keeping yourself fit and entertained.
Before beginning the Chulu East Peak Climbing, climbers must be in good physical condition because the altitude will exceed as high as 6000 meters. All travelers are advised to engage in some basic physical activity three to four months before embarking on this wonderful journey. All hikers are advised to bring some basic trekking equipment with them for their personal comfort. Even though there may be some challenges along the way, the journey will be worthwhile as you sample the traditional cuisine and drinks from the region and take in the breathtaking scenery. Before you begin the trek, we will obtain the TIMS permission, NMA permit and the Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) permit for you.
After a short visit of some of the major UNESCO world heritage sites in Kathmandu, the trek begins with a spectacular drive to Chame, one of the top touristic attractions of Nepal. We head to Lower Pisang to stay for the night with a belly full of local foods and beverages. We embark to beautiful Tadapani the next day, which will be around 5 to 6 hours of walk. We reach Humde the next day while enjoying the best scenery in the region. The following day we reach Juju Khola. Then we head to Chulu Far East Base Camp and move forward to summit for next few days. The next day we descend to Humdi and stay at a welcoming home enjoying best foods and beverages and move down to Chame the next day. The last day we take a stunning drive back to Kathmandu which marks the end to our spectacular Chulu Far East Peak Climbing.