Trip Overview

To stand on a Himalayan summit with a sense of great achievement, Mera peak climbing trip offers the best opportunity to trekkers and climbers alike who have been seeking the thrill of adventure beyond hiking in Nepal Himalayas. During bygone years Mera Peak trekking was basically organized as Camping Trips. Over the years there has been a radical accommodation amendment in regards to facilitating the trekkers and climbers. This in course brought about the evolution of Basic Lodges or what we so call as tea house trekking. Since Tea house trekking started very recently in the region the facility is pretty BASIC. However, these basic tea houses have efficiently accommodated travelers with absolutely no criticism whatsoever. It is not mandatory that you have prior climbing experience, as this is a non- technical trekking peak climbing in Nepal. In case of heavy snowfall or a maze of crevasses our experienced climbing Sherpas and leader will assist you.

Highest and remote trekking peak climbing with its exceptional beauty from the top.

Among the peaks of Nepal, Mera Peak (6476 meters) is the highest permitted trekking peak. Mera Peak is situated to the south of Everest dominating the watershed of the thickly wooded and remote Hinku valley. Climbing Mera peak boasts a stunning panorama of five of the world's 8000 meters peaks- Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Cho-Oyu, Lhotse and of course Mt. Everest. Mera peak climbing route ascends through the standard northern Mera La after a few days of acclimatization hike of surrounding peaks and climbing clinic sessions briefed and instructed by experienced mountain experts on techniques and use of climbing gears so that you acquire the necessary skills and confidence to summit the Mera peak.


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Soon after you land in Kathmandu airport your group leader will be there to receive and transfer you to the allocated hotel. Despite, the capital city of Nepal Kathmandu is certainly the busiest with hectic traffic, however, it undoubtedly has a strong appeal with local splendor and vigorous activities around. Your leader will deliver a detailed trek briefing and distribute the necessary trekking equipment like Sleeping bag, duffel bag, jackets, etc. The evening will be highlighted with Royal Traditional Nepali cuisine at a Typical Nepali Restaurant followed by a cultural show.

  • Accommodation 3 Star Hotel
  • Meals Welcome Dinner

After Breakfast you will be visiting Boudhanath Stupa (Buddhist Shrine) and Pashupatinath Temple (Hindu Shrine), both are Enlisted in UNESCO's Cultural World heritage sites. You will be accompanied by a professional tour guide. Vehicle, Guide and Entry Fee to the sites are included. You will be thoroughly briefed in prior about all the aspects of the tour by your tour guide or trip leader. The tour will start around 9:00 (Can also be done in the afternoon if requested from all the clients) and it will take around 3 -4 hrs.

The afternoon is free for Last minute preparations

  • Accommodation 3 Star Hotel
  • Meals Breakfast
  • Time 3 - 4Hours

Early in the morning, we head towards the airport for 35 minutes thrilling mountain flight to the airstrip at Lukla which was built by Sir Edmund Hillary and his friend, when he started his social work of building schools and hospitals for the local Sherpa people. At Lukla, the first glimpse of all the huge mountains is quite impressive which surrounds the very village but be patient, it is just starting, there are lots more to come on your way. Our Expedition route to Mera to the south is a welcome escape from the crowded trail to traditional Everest Base Camp. We start descending towards the beautiful settlement of Surke through the beautiful woodland trail immediately after Lukla. After having lunch at Surke you will pass through many traditional villages to reach the vicinity of Paiya for our first night camp.

Today, we will see "Mani Wall" which is a compilation of many stone tablets, each with the Buddhist chanting inscriptions, "Om Mani Padme Hum" which means, "Hail to the jewel on the lotus". Please respect the local tradition as the local people walk left to these Mani Walls. 

  • Accommodation Tea-House
  • Meals B/L/D
  • Time 4-5 hours

After a short walk from Paiya, our trail breaks away, leaving the main route to Kharikhola we head east into the mountains, following the old trading route linking the Everest region to the Arun valley. We rise to a spur pass, Kari La (3,145m). The view north and west is fantastic all the way to Cho Oyu. Our expedition Kitchen staffs prepare the fresh hygienic lunch on the way to Kharikhola valley. A narrow trail high above the Khari Khola valley climbs steadily through terraced fields and gorgeous forests with many high waterfalls, to the handsome village of Pangkongma (2,846m), where we camp and enjoy the impressive views of Number (6959m), Khatang Ri (6853m), Koryolung (6681m), Kwangde (6187m) and Teng Kang Poche (6500m)

  • Accommodation Tea-House
  • Meals B/L/D
  • Time 6 hours

In the cool of the morning, we head up towards the Pangkongma La pass (3140m) behind the village, marked by some very ancient-looking Chortens. Once we entered the Hinku valley, immediately there is a feel of unspoiled remoteness. Across the valley are thick forests broken only by a few Kharka pasture settlements. Snow peaks top the ridge opposite but it is not until we round the corner that Mera comes into view guarding the head of the valley. From this angle, it looks very impressive, and anything but easy! We descend through some scattered settlements and have lunch at one of the lower ones.

  • Accommodation Tea-House
  • Meals B/L/D
  • Time 6 Hours

The Hinku River, seen crashing through inaccessible gorges down from the north, is tucked away here, far below, reappearing as it winds its way south into the incredible hazy distance. We can see our night stop opposite, seeming so close, and can follow our route of the next few days running along the ridge above. The afternoon takes us down an excellent steep path to cross the river. The most dramatic waterfall so far plunges down the opposite bank. The climb up is less steep and takes us into some deep forests before emerging to camp in the pastures of Narjing Dingma, a settlement of bamboo huts.The forests continue as we ascend, now mainly rhododendron. From the Surkie La (3,085m) we head north along the ridge, and the whole of eastern Nepal opens out in front of us, over the wildly remote Honku valley, with the solitary bulk of the Kangchenjunga massive marking the Sikkim border. As we head up this ridge today and tomorrow, we will pass from side to side with immense dramatic views either way. This first section which is also called ‘Raspberry Danda’ with all these delicious wild berries are ripe to perfection in October. We have lunch and later camp (3,450m) in the grassy pastures, called Chalen Kharkas. 

  • Accommodation Tea-House
  • Meals B/L/D
  • Time 6 Hours

From here up the ridge is cragged with lichen rocks and heathers, and we wind our way up over several rises. The ridge narrows as dramatic gullies drop away steeply on either side. Over a final crest (4,330m) we reach the unexpected suspended ledge of the lakes of Panch Pokhari - five lakes, the sacred number. This is a place of pilgrimage for both Buddhists, who line the edges of the lakes with Chortens, and Hindus, who leave a forest of tridents, the symbol of Shiva the mountain-born god of destruction and re-birth. This is a very potent, evocative site. A short descent beyond the sacred place brings us into the Khola Kharka (4,120m), our night camp. 

  • Accommodation Tea-House
  • Meals B/L/D
  • Time 6 Hours

An excellent trekking day, walk through the dwarf juniper; rhododendron and lovely mixed firs will add the beauty in your trip. Enjoy the great view of Mera and Hinku valley before we descend steeply to the phenomenal cascading junction of two mountain torrents, crashing down through tall pine forests all around our lunch site. These totally unspoiled forests become even more majestic, as we soon rejoin the main river, crossing it to continue up the west bank and reach Kothe (3,480m) where we will camp. The flood of 1998 particularly devastated this site when the Sabai Tcho glacial lake broke its moraine dam. The tea huts have now been rebuilt but the previously grassy campsite is now a beach! The final crest of the Mera ridge including the summit is clearly visible up at the end of the valley ahead. 

  • Accommodation Tea-House
  • Meals B/L/D
  • Time 5 - 6 Hours

The forest gives way to open valley again by mid-morning, revealing the peaks which line either side. A small Buddhist Gompa in the rock wall above the path contains some unexpectedly fine Buddha statues within. The valley swings eastward into a new array of peaks and the route up toward the Mera glacier comes into view. We have reached the surprisingly well-established summer settlement of Tangnang (4,140m) where our expedition Sherpas set up camp. Towering over our heads the sheer flank of the Mera ridge dramatically dominates the skyline. Be patience! Our climbing route on Mera approaches from the north side not up the sheer rock walls of the impressive southern side.

  • Accommodation Tea-House
  • Meals B/L/D
  • Time 4-5 Hrs
This acclimatization day is very important and useful for boosting your adaptation to the altitude by gaining as much height as we can during the day but returning to Tangnang for the night. Opposite the Mera ridge, the Tangnang valley leads up to a long-range of peaks connecting Kusum Kanguru north to Kang Teiga. Depending on how you are feeling you may take an opportunity of morning acclimatization climb to the glacier level (about 5,000m), mostly a rocky scramble, with great views of Mera behind or head up the slopes to the north to look at what is left of the glacial lake, Sabai Tsho. You can still see a distinct line, far above, marking where the water had once reached. 

  • Accommodation Tea-house
  • Meals B/L/D
  • Time 3 - 4 Hours

This morning’s walk up alongside the Dig glacier is easy and relaxed. This is an excellent valley opening out views to the north of the Hinku Nup glacier and the line of peaks beyond. Behind us is the dramatic spire of the less than romantically named ‘Peak 35’, which has yet to be climbed. Only the last section up to our base camp at Khare (4,940m) is steep and reminds us that we are gaining altitude. It's a short climb and we are there in good time for lunch. This will be our base for the next 3 nights, thoroughly developing our acclimatization, with successively higher day ascents, descending to sleep low and consolidate our energies for the final ascent to come. We start this process this afternoon, with a gradual ascent of an excellent grassy ridge immediately behind the camp (to 5,260m) which also gives us great all-round views - of the flattened ridge across the glacier which we will ascend tomorrow, and south to Mera itself, including the pass, the high camp rock outcrop and the 3 summits arrayed along the ridge.

  • Accommodation Tea-house
  • Meals B/L/D
  • Time 3-4

Today we gain more valuable acclimatization and pick up some stunning views as well. Following the lateral moraine of the Hinku Nup glacier into an arena of peaks and glacial lakes, we turn to ascend a grassy ridge that rises back to the south. At the top, we are surrounded by a stunning panorama of peaks including the real summit of Mera itself and the whole of Hinku Himal to the north right round to the south face of Ama Dablam. In the afternoon your Climbing Sherpas will instruct you on the practice of roping up in a glacier walk.  

  • Accommodation Tea-House
  • Meals B/L/D
  • Time 3-4 Hrs

We return to the glacier, and this time follow it round in a wide arc, keeping close under the northern flank where there are no crevasses. The last section is almost level and Mera La (5,410m) itself is a rounded snow col that bridges south to the main sweep of the Mera glacier coming down from the peak itself. The Honku valley, which is open out in front of us dominated by the massive southwest face of Chamlang. Impressive Mt. Makalu fills the gap to the north. After the last three days acclimatization we are ready for continuing to establish our high camp and prepare for the summit bid. The slopes are easily angled, and the snow is usually in firm condition, but as the altitude increases it can still be breathless work. There is plenty of time to take in the continually unfolding view. The site we are making for is on a rock outcrop (5,800m) that separates the Mera from the Naulekh glacier sweeping down from the peaks along the continuous ridge to the south. This has got to be one of the most amazing camp viewpoints in all the Himalayas. Kanchenjunga just above the ridge of Chamlang dominates the eastern side. Mt. Baruntse appears to the left of Mt. Makalu. We can see the whole of the great sweeping ridgeline from Nuptse up to the forbidding mass of Lhotse’s south face running through to Lhotse Shar. And over the ridge stands the summit of Everest, the final stages of the traditional route up the southeast ridge and over the south summit to the summit ridge, visible only from this angle (or from the summit of Ama Dablam!). Just to the right of Kang Teiga, which dominates the western foreground, we can see all the way up the Ngozumpa glacier widening from Gokyo Ri to Cho Oyu, bringing our tally of 8,000-meter peaks to an unbelievable five. We are likely to get an amazing sunset as a reward is on the historical Mera Expedition.

  • Accommodation Tent
  • Meals B/L/D
  • Time 5 Hrs

This is the most important and toughest day in any mountaineering trip as you will be awakened before the dawn with the high esteem to summit the peak. After the steaming hot tea and a quick breaky, we continue all roped up through the main glacier then crossing back to the south side we approach the snow humpback ridge. The first shafts of the sun hit the big peaks behind us and are soon on our own slopes, an amazing horizontal red glow. The route is still non-technical; 30º slopes, one foot in front of the other, count the steps and take a breather. The slope becomes steep for a section behind the ridge and then we swing diagonally westward. The summit comes back into view and we are on the level summit ridge. At the foot of the final steepness, we can attach to our fixed rope on the route that safeguards this 30-meter 55º pitch. You can jumar or not. The snow conditions are normally excellent at this early hour and pulling out on top, such an amazing moment, is just a few whacks of the ice axe away. Some speechless backslapping and then you start to take in the panorama. The best viewpoints of the Himalayas are the chance combination of accessible height and location. Mera has this to such perfection. It stands at the center of the highest section of the entire range, a little bit back so the minor peaks do not obscure the major ones - 360° of the greatest peaks on earth! The exhilaration of reaching the summit; this incredible location; is really impossible to describe in words to anyone before they have done it. Take your time to let it all in, the achievement, the experience being on the top of majestic Mera. After that, we head right down to Khare for the camp tonight.

  • Accommodation Tea-House
  • Meals B/L/D
  • Time 10-12 Hrs

At this elevation many things might not go as per we have planned. An extra day is kept as contingency which might be useful if the weather is bad or you need another day for acclimatization. The Group Leader's decision will be final as he is responsible for the safety and well being of the entire group including the crew. 

  • Meals B/L/D

We retrace our trail back to Kote and camp by the river after this life long journey to Mera Peak and enjoy the celebration party.

  • Accommodation Tea-House
  • Meals B/L/D
  • Time 5-6 Hours

We follow another new route back to Lukla that stays high on the open hillsides west of the Hinku River, rather than winding through the previous one. This makes for a quicker return with some fantastic views back of Mera herself from a completely different angle. Ascend through the rhododendron forest to emerge onto the open ridge with the short descend to camp at Chetera (4,150m), a small pasture by an enormous free-standing rock.  

  • Accommodation Tea-House
  • Meals B/L/D
  • Time 6 - 7 Hours

The trail goes over a series of rises and high plateau till the windy craggy Zatrawa La (4,580m), the gateway to the Dudh Kosi valley and the trail to Lukla, from where we look back on the Hinku wilderness for the last time and the south face of the peak we have just climbed. A gradual descent traverses toward the rocky outcrop of the Zatrla (4480m). The initial descend from the Zatrwa can be tricky but don’t worry our experienced Sherpas are always with you. Switching over to the north behind this we descend now steeply from the Kalo Himal, the ‘black mountains’, into the rocky slopes and cascading streams of the Sherpa populated Dudh Kosi valley. The high crags give way to the forest, where we have lunch in a clearing, then to farmland as we approach the tourist bustle of Lukla (2,850m), our night stop, still high above the river. In the evening there will be farewell dinner with the crew, which will be normally followed by a wild party to toast a very memorable lifetime experience. 

  • Accommodation 3 Star Hotel
  • Meals B/L/D
  • Time 7-8 Hrs

This morning, we have a flight from Lukla to Kathmandu; it is a thrilling exciting flight over forests, fields, and villages with the Himalayas in the background. On arrival, we transfer to the hotel. The remainder of the day is at leisure.  

  • Accommodation 3 Star Hotel
  • Meals Breakfast
  • Time 35 minutes

Due to uncertainty surrounding the Lukla flights, its wiser to have some reserve days for contingencies. Himalayan Dynasty includes one extra day in Kathmandu. The can be used for city tour by the clients who arrive late on first day and couldn't do the city tour on scheduled time. 

  • Accommodation 3 Star Hotel
  • Meals Breakfast

It is time to fly back home keeping all the exhilarating experiences of Nepal in mind. Please make sure that you have collected all the valuable from the security department. Transportation will be provided and you will be accompanied by your Trek Leader. Feel free to rate us on the Trip Advisor. 

  • Meals Breakfast
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Trip inclusion

  • All essential permits.
  • Mera peak expedition permit.
  • Airport pickups and drops facility on both Domestic and International flights.
  • Three-star twin bed sharing hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu on Bed / Breakfast basis.
  • Welcome Dinner
  • All Government and Local tax.
  • Half day Kathmandu City tour with Guide, Vehicle and entrance fee included.
  • Fundamental trekking gears like a sleeping bag, down jacket fleece liner, etc.
  • Tea-house accommodation or tented camp as per the trek.
  • All Standard Meals (B/L/D) during the trek with choice of hot Beverage.
  • Filtered or boiled water for drinking during the trek
  • Two member tents facility and kitchen crew at High camp with hot meals.
  • An accomplished trekking Group Leader and assistant guides.
  • An accomplished climbing guide.
  • All ground staff their allowances and insurance.
  • All climbing equipment’s including except gloves.
  • Oxygen cylinders and an all-inclusive medical kit on all trips.
  • Take away the Himalayan Dynasty duffel bag, and trekking Map.
  • Fee levied on a Nepali visa.
  • Meals in Kathmandu.
  • All personal expenses including laundry, battery charges, shower, Wifi etc.
  • Cold drinks, Alcoholic beverages, Bottled water, Chocolate Bars, Snacks etc.
  • International flight fares.
  • A medical examination or emergency rescues.
  • Donations and Entry fees ti Temples Monasries, Museums etc during the trek.
  • Staff Tipping.
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu on early arrival.
  • Travel or medical insurance.
  • Additionall tours and sightseeing or any activities during free time.


Peak climbing in Nepal usually goes over the elevation of 6000m / 20,000 feet and is graded as Alpine PD+, which is physically testing and very demanding. However, peak climbing typically takes a day to the summit from the advanced camp and get back to the designated destination. Any peak in Nepal is strenuous in terms of terrain and technicality but anyone with a positive outlook towards climbing and has the burning determination of achieving the climbing goal can definitely do it.  

Peak Climbing in Nepal is not something impossible, anyone with reasonable physical fitness and positive mindset can achieve the objective. What matters most while going into thin air and doing something, as peak climbing in part of the world no matter if it is the highest in the world is acclimatization and willpower. Himalayan Dynasty provides ample ground for acclimatization. Taking this into account we have designed our itinerary in a such a way that everyone has enough time to acclimate with the low oxygen environment. However, anyone with personal medical problem need to seek necessary approval from your doctors. 

Though our itineraries are very well designed for proper acclimatization, however, with the Himalayan Dynasty everybody has to right to CUSTOMIZE the itinerary as per the requirements, fitness, and time convenient to you.

Usually, the number of days depends on the choice of your destination. However, it may range from 16 to 27 days. Besides, with the Himalayan Dynasty you can also customize the itinerary to shorten or lengthen the trip. 

For any peak climbing in Nepal, you would need a National Park permits, a T.I.M.S card (trekking information management system) and The Climbing permits. The price of the climbing permits varies as per the season. Additional costs are involved when you enter into a different district or restricted zone however, the Himalayan Dynasty organizes all the necessary permits over the package costs prior to your arrival in Kathmandu. 

If you are climbing Mera Peak and Island Peak combination than we require permits for Sagarmatha National park, Makalu-Barun National Park, climbing permit for Island Peak and Mera peak.

The best season for climbing any peaks in Nepal is Autumn September and October 
And Spring - March April and May – Summer which is also monsoon in Nepal and winter is not considered ideal for climbing peaks in Nepal. 

In reality, the prior climbing experience is not required for climbing any peaks in Nepal as climbing peaks are a matter of determination and acclimatization. However, previous climbing experience undeniably adds up to your level of fitness, success, and the knowledge of adversity in the mountains. 

Nevertheless, a good level of physical fitness is required as climbing peaks in Nepal is not a stroll in a park, it is a challenging venture that involves a lot of physical and mental challenges. Some homework is mandatory in regard to shape yourself prior to your expeditions. But in case of any personal ailments, we recommend you seek expert advice before you sign up for any peak climbing trips in Nepal. Besides, our professional Climbing guide conducts a practical climbing course before the summit that contributes you with enough knowledge of climbing techniques.

We highly recommend you to hill-walk hike or walk the stairs with the amount of weight in your daypack you are planning to carry on your climbing trips in Nepal. By doing this you will get conditioned to your pack and your potential. Besides, swimming, cycling, running, etc. will surely add up to your physical endurance.

Before we get to the base of any of the peak we are climbing, we usually walk not more than 6/7 hours excluding lunch. However, the day we summit and if any of the high elevation passes is included in our trip then it certainly takes longer around 9 to 12 hours. On the other hand, the time duration highly depends on the pace of the group. Again, your group leader basically retains the togetherness of the group and always recommends everyone to maintain a slow pace so that you can acclimate well and so that you can enjoy the day with much fun. Since we always try to make our days exciting than exhausting the time may not be as accurate as we declare.

It is always very tricky to predict the weather in the mountain and anyone flying high to these high altitude airports must be aware of the fact that the delays and cancellation are common episodes. Besides, our airport having one single airstrip for both international and domestic flights the probabilities of delays is high. 

In a similar way, anyone flying in and out of Lukla OR Jomsom must be willing to take these circumstances with patience. However, it is not a daily story. Moreover, it is always very wise to have a contingency day in Kathmandu to cushion any cancellation situation. However, airport like LUKLA is listed as a “Most Dangerous Airport” in the world but the pleasure of flying to Lukla or Jomsom is an experience of a lifetime, which is not to be missed. It is not dangerous; it is actually very thrilling that excites you more than any of the wildest sport

It is indeed really complex to predict the weather in the mountains where the weather changes in a snap of your finger. The weather in Nepal is basically motivated by the Bay of Bengal in India. Any differences at the Bay of Bengal may adversely affect the weather in our country. Significantly, the weather and temperature also vary depending on the time of the year you are climbing peaks in our country – we have four-season Spring, Autumn, Summer (monsoon), and Winter. Winter is not ideal for climbing, though the weather may be fabulous, but the temperature might get down to -30. Spring and autumn are best for climbing in terms of weather and the temperature at the highest elevation might get down from zero to – 15 (minus). 

Himalayan Dynasty provides you a very warm sleeping bag with fleece or silk liner and wind-stopper duvet jackets with an attach hood. We also provide you with a FREE (complimentary) company’s duffle bag, T-shirt, trekking map, and Buff (multiple headwears). Besides this we have listed out the necessary things you are to pack for any mountain trip in Nepal, be it hiking, trekking, or climbing – for details CLICK HERE.

To make it hassle-free Himalayan Dynasty provides all the climbing equipment that includes Ropes, Climbing Boots, Crampons, Ice Axe, Helmet, Harness, karabiner, Belay Devices/Figure of 8, Ascender/Jumar, etc. Furthermore, a two-member tent with mattresses will be provided. During night time A hot water bag to ward of cold will also be arranged where necessary depending on the availability of water.

Yes, buying equipment in Nepal highly depends on your arrival plan. If you arrive early with extra days prior to your departure into the mountains then you will have ample time to shop for equipment in Kathmandu. You can either buy or rent gears in Kathmandu or Pokhara. Actually, it is believed that trekking or climbing equipment is cheaper in Nepal as compared to international markets. There are knock-off brand known as ‘genuinely fake’, which is not genuine in reality, but are of great quality. If you are climbing any peak in the Everest region, you can buy great equipment at Namche Bazaar as well. 

Himalayan Dynasty gives you the best of our local crew who besides being specialized in their job are very well acquainted with the local environment and information. We provide you with GROUP LEADERS who are professional both in knowledge, history, emergency, and first aid + medication. We have ASSISTANT GUIDES or Sherpas (title not tribe) who have a variation of responsibilities besides showing you the trail.  Next are our PORTERS who are related to HULK due to the nature of their work. Some even relate them to ANTS as in certain times of the year they carry loads more than their body weight for the sake of earning – which is indeed very true. COOK & KITCHEN ASSISTANT – they are one of the very important departments on your climbing trips as without their efforts on preparing delicious food and maintaining hygiene it’s impossible to complete our mission. They prepare glorious food even from the limited resources in less than ideal conditions.

ASSISTANT CLIMBING GUIDE – who assists you much like assistant guides but they are the ones behind the success of your climbing achievement. They will always be there to assist you and the climbing guide during your climbing operations and while going over the technical pass. CLIMBING GUIDE - We will provide you a licensed, English-speaking, and professional climbing guide who are very well with the mountains. He is the responsible person who will assist you in all your climbing ventures.

Since all our climbing trips are the combination of both Teahouse and Camping accommodation, we provide you with the best meal variation and cozy accommodation. While at Teahouse we provide you with a twin bed sharing cozy room with common toilets – attach room in places available and single supplement on demand and over obtainability. The variation of food is ample at all teahouses – most of them have the variation better than most restaurants in Kathmandu. They vary from continental, Chinese, Tibetan, local, etc. While in Camping, we provide a highly insulated two-member tent with air mattresses. Our cooks prepare the food; the food items vary every day depending on the resources. They are professionals in preparing food even under less than ideal conditions.

It is always very wise to have 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 while climbing any of the peaks in Nepal yet sometimes even after the best of our precautions things happen. From everyday trekking injuries like sprained ankles to life-threatening conditions such as HAPE (high-altitude pulmonary edema) or HACE (high-altitude cerebral edema) and natural disasters like avalanches and rock-falls, it’s important that you have the right travel insurance for the Island peak climbing. 

Acute mountain sickness is something more of a reaction that materializes in our body under a 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 AMS. This AMS will in course of time develops to HACE or HAPE or sometimes both which is life-threatening. However, the Himalayan Dynasty delivers professionals who are well equipped with medication and oxygen cylinders to deal with AMS. Besides, there are ample preventive strategies to deal with any mountain sickness. In case of altitude sickness, your leader will examine the severity and give you necessary reference that includes descent, hiring a horse, or prompt air evacuation. Food poisoning, severe diarrhea, stomach problems are other very common mountain ailments that can be nightmarish than the AMS.

All our group leaders are very well trained to deal with any case of emergency in the mountains. Furthermore, they are always in persistent contact with the company through any available communication means, be it a satellite phone. In cases of life-threatening, we take prompt action as required. Air evacuation will always be standby and will be organized in cases of absolute necessity. 

Air evacuation will be instantly organized if it's life-threatening, however, the costs for emergency evacuation must be paid in cash in Nepal prior to the agreement of payment by your insurance company on your behalf

All Teahouses prepare delicious food and have a variation of Indian, Chinese, Continental, Local, etc. Teahouses have their own cooks who are maters in preparing food items. However, our staff surveys that all our food is prepared with extra caution and hygiene. While camping all our foods are arranged by our Cook and the kitchen crew. They are leaders in preparing glorious and delicious food from the available resources in less than ideal conditions. It is very well said that once you are conditioned to the tastes of camping food you would not fancy teahouse food.  So far there has been no complaint whatsoever regarding the quality of food with the Himalayan Dynasty. 

With the progression of technology, the cell phone network is available in most of the remote regions of Nepal but again not everywhere. Wi-Fi and 4G data are accessible depending on where you are and the availability of the network coverage. 

Himalayan Dynasty provides satellite phone to deal with any emergency in the wilderness where there is a void of any communication facility. 

All teahouses in all trekking destination of Nepal provide hot shower over a small cost. Shower can be an electric shower, gas shower, or solar shower. In case of not having any of the mentioned showers the teahouses always provide you with a Bucket shower. However, your leader will advise of not having a shower once you get to a certain elevation concerning health. While camping before the summit of any peak climbing there won't be any shower but a washing bowl will be provided for basic washing. 

As for the WiFi - you need to be very well prepared to get going without the internet in some parts of our remote country. Most teahouses have Wi-Fi facilities but not always reliable. Once you get to a certain elevation there is probably no chance of WiFi.

All teahouses provide charging facility over a COST. In some places, there may not be any chances of charging facility. It is always wise to carry some extra batteries or the fully charged power bank batteries to charge your devices - besides, your batteries run out pretty quick in the cold

Your group leader always assigns his assistant guides as a lead guide, as a helper, etc as for himself he walks at the back with slow walking people. He will exert absolutely no pressure on people to walk fast to catch up with the group. Besides the leading Sherpa always maintains a convenient pace for all so that we maintain the togetherness of the group and don’t split. You have every right to enjoy your vacation so maintain your own pace and don’t be too much bothered to catch up with the group. 

With Local Company, most significantly it is hassle-free. Everything arranged prior to your arrival in Nepal with no additional costs. Your local crews possess a very good knowledge of the mountains and the region you are going and will always come in very handy during the times of crisis. Furthermore, they are the best storyteller and can share beautiful information, legends, and untold stories more than anybody else can. Local companies will be in contact 24/7 and they are always prepared with the prompt solution to any emergency situations that may arise during the course of your trip. In the isolated and remote areas in the mountains into the wilderness, local companies can always come up with prompt actions with reliability.