Mera and Island Peak ClimbingMera and Island Peak Climbing

Mera and Island Peak Climbing

  • Duration22 Days
  • DestinationNepal
  • Difficulty Level Technical
  • Max Altitude 6476m
  • Group Size 2
  • Starts Kathmandu
  • Ends Kathmandu
  • Activity Trekking and Peak Climbing
  • Best Season Mar - Jun and Sep - Dec

Mera and Island Peak Climbing will carry you on an adventurous exploration of great mountains through Mera and Island Peak Climbing Route 2024-2025. The incredible venture shall let you make a round circle of the great Himalayan existence around Island Peak in the Khumbu region while crossing the remarkable Amphu Laptsa Pass Height of 5,845m. Ascending two amazing and great mountains and a pass can feel like a great challenge but the rewards of the glorious summit are equally great and divine. The 23 Days Mera and Island Peak Climbing Package offer such adventure which is potential with gorgeous views that one can cherish for a lifetime with the help of Mera and Island Peak Climbing Itinerary 2024.

Experience a sensational trekking and climbing adventure across the amazing Amphu Lapcha Pass leading to the surreal peaks of Mera and Island.

  • Climb Mera and Island Peak on a completely remarkable journey
  • Explore the Makalu Barun National Park on the border of the Khumbu region
  • Cross Amphu Laptsa Pass
  • Visit the picturesque the Namche Bazaar
  • Explore the Tengboche Monastery

The Mera Amphu Lapcha Pass Island Peak Journey

In the Mera and Island Peak Climbing Journey, you are presented with a breathtaking and thrilling experience of an exceptional Himalayan Adventure that opens up beautifully through the Amphu Lapcha Pass Elevation of 5,845m as you are led further towards the Amphu Lapcha Pass. The climb is absolutely a delightful trip for mountain lovers that shall challenge you in various trails in order to test your dedication, passion, and endurance you can bear to accomplish it. The Mera and Island Peak Climb with Amphu Laptsa Pass is a sensational adventure that is unique and nothing like one has ever witnessed before. Its surreal glory shall bring you in awe at each step of the journey to the top of Mera Peak and Island Peak.

Rewards of Mera and Island Peak Climbing with Amphu Laptsa Pass

The amazing journey of the Mera and Island Peak with Amphu Laptsa Pass extends with the path of Mera-La while passing the Amphu Lapcha pass across the Seto Pokhari, ultimately arriving in the Everest trekking and climbing valley of Chukkung behind the Ama Dablam and the Island peak. Gorgeously located in the Makalu Barun National Park on the border of the Khumbu region, Mera Peak is known pretty well for being the highest trekking peak of Nepal situated at an extraordinary height of 6,476m. It guidelines surreal sights as it takes you through the panoramic sight including the gracious scenarios of Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Everest, Mt. Chamlang, Mt. Baruntse, Mt. Makalu, and Mt. Cho Oyo; the scenarios of such exceptional mountains which are known for leading one to gratifying adventures like Ama Dablam Expedition or the Cho Oyu Expedition. Across the glacier on the Mera Amphu Laptsa Pass Island Peak Summit, climbers need to carry an ice axe for a proper level of support while using crampons as well as the rope. Mera La climb is a direct and constant ascent that is indeed straightforward.

Climbing Island Peak via Amphu Laptsa Pass

The Climb of Island Peak leads through the Amphu Laptsa Pass, the Mera Peak Climb, Island Peak Base Camp, and also through the Island peak high camp. Climbing Island Peak via Amphu Laptsa Pass brings the opportunity of using professional gear for climbing like ropes and Crampons. The Climb amazingly shows us the magical Himalayan existence of Khumbu from the great height of 6,189 meters as we face the stunning Lhotse south face. The extraordinary summit of Island Peak shall truly bring you exceptional joy and glory while giving you tons of memories to remember for a lifetime. Likewise, after successfully reaching the highest elevation of the whole journey, we make our way downhill to reach Chukkung on the same day where we will give some rest to ourselves as well as a huge pat on the back for such a daring move and success.

Mera Amphu Laptsa Pass Island Peak Climb Expedition

In Mera and Island Peak Expedition, the whole territory changes once we are over the Amphu Lapcha as you arrive into the different valley which is the Khumbu valley bound by Sagarmatha National Park. Along with the standard approach to Everest Base Camp Trekking and climbing route, the whole nature of the territory changes again as you return to Lukla via the Imja Khola and the Dudh Koshi river valley. As you come across the interesting arrangement in the Tengboche, you will surely enjoy the beauty of the majestic sight on the west side of the Ama Dablam at 6,856m like the Tengboche monastery and the picturesque Namche Bazaar by progressively going downhill to the Lukla Via the Monjo and then to the Phakding. It is indeed certain to become one of the most astounding and memorable adventures of one’s lifetime.

Mera and Island Peak Climbing Difficulty Level

For those enthusiastic climbers having surface-level wisdom of this adventurous activity and who are fit as well as capable of meeting new challenges of trekking to momentous heights with the support of competent and experienced Nepal Nomad Guides, Climbing Mera Peak via Amphu Laptsa shall be attainable even with its challenges. As we discuss the Mera and Island Peak Climbing Difficulty Levels, we can observe the summits separately which provides us that Mera Peak Climb is a challenging one that has been graded with Alpine grade PD whereas Island Peak difficulty level is comparatively even more challenging with technical difficulties in the climb which has been graded as PD+.

Mera and Island Peak Climbing Season

The adventure is extreme and filled with unique thrills that one can rarely experience in a lifetime in any other form of adventure. So, for attaining Mera Amphu Lapcha Pass Island Peak Climb, it is better to be prepared with all sorts of preparations along with the decision of the season in which one is going to attempt the summit. However, we as an experienced team of mountaineering, suggest you conduct the journey in the best of the Mera and Island Peak Climbing Season which falls in spring and autumn, making the climb comparatively more challenging in the Monsoon and winter. But no matter the challenge, you can still try to attempt the summit in the choice of your season.

Why Choose Nepal Nomad for Mera and Island Peak Climbing

Nepal Nomad is a team of nomadic professionals who wish to provide a greater scenario to mountaineering adventures in Nepal through the satisfaction of our customers. We have been successfully excelling as a travel company for more than a decade by creating and guiding adventures of quality through our passionately driven team members having well-trainings, professionalism, and experience with mountaineering team having certificates of NNGA and IMFGA along with map-reading, emergency evacuation, and first-aid training. We can also give you a customized Mera and Island Peak Climbing Departure as per your wish of time and date.


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On the first day of your arrival, our staff member will be waiting for you at the airport and drops you off at your hotel. Pre briefing on the climbing program will be held and any questions regarding the trip can be cleared. You can also go and explore some amazing alleys of Kathmandu Valley.

  • Max. Altitude:1300m
  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Time:1 hour
  • Meals:Welcome Dinner
  • Walking Distance:2km

Today on the 2nd day we will explore the religious sites of Kathmandu Valley and which are Pashupatinath temple, Swayambhunath Stupa, Bouddhanath Stupa, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. These amazing places are listed in World Heritage sites and have their own origination stories. Your tour guide will accompany you throughout the sightseeing.

Meals: Breakfast with tea/coffee

  • Max. Altitude:1300m
  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Time:6 hour
  • Meals:Breakfast with tea/ coffee
  • Walking Distance:7km

Today, we will be grasping a first morning aircraft to Lukla from Kathmandu. It is indeed going to be a beautifully thrilling flight with rewards of mouth-gasping scenarios. We will be flying for about forty-five minutes before we land at the unique runway of Lukla Airport. After landing, we will begin our trek to Chutanga which is situated at an elevation of 3,050 meters all the way from 2,860 meters.

  • Max. Altitude:3,050m

After proper rest for acclimatization, we will extend our steps to reach Chhetra bu. We will have an early morning breakfast at Chutanga and then head for Chhetra bu which will bring us to an encounter of the amazing Zatrwa La Pass situated at an elevation of 4,610 meters. The ascent to cross the pass will reward us with some amazing landscape views along with glorious views of mountain peaks like Ama Dablam, Pumori, and some others. After crossing Zatrwa La, we will be descending downwards to Thuli Kharka where we will be staying for the night at Thuli Kharka situated at an elevation of 4,300 meters.

  • Max. Altitude:4,300m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:9 hour
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch, 1 dinner with coffee/tea
  • Walking Distance:7km

From Thuli Kharka, we will be leaving for Gother situated at an elevation of 3,600 meters. We will head for Gothe after having an early morning breakfast at Thuli Kharka. We will be faced with various ups and downs along the way while passing through many downhills with ascending toward the ridges.

We will be reaching Gothe after a short ascent from the Hinku River valley. We will be staying overnight at Gothe.


  • Max. Altitude:3,600m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:7 hour
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch, 1 dinner with coffee/tea
  • Walking Distance:7km

On the seventh day, we head for Thagnag which carries us towards the west of Hinku River. We will be leaving Kote or Mosom Kharka after having an early morning breakfast. We will be reaching an elevation of 4,250 meters which will bring us various encounters of the gracious scenario of yaks grazing. We will be staying overnight at Thagnag.

  • Max. Altitude:4,250m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:6 hour
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch, 1 dinner with coffee/tea
  • Walking Distance:5km

After taking proper rest at Thagnag, we move towards an elevation of 4900 meters where Khare is situated at. We will be moving alongside the beautiful Dig glacier and then cross a river which will lead us all the way towards the village of Khare. We will be staying in a lodge camp for the night.

  • Max. Altitude:4900m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:7 hour
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch, 1 dinner with coffee/tea
  • Walking Distance:6km

The eighth day is separated for training and practice purposes. We will be beginning our climbing practice by climbing the Mera Glacier and then the Mera La Pass. We will be practicing the use of gears and various techniques which will be required in our actual climbing. Then after completing the day’s training, we will be returning back to Khare for our overnight stay.

  • Max. Altitude:4900m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:5 hour
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch, 1 dinner with coffee/tea
  • Walking Distance:5km

Continuing our expedition, we traverse the icy expanse of the glacier, carefully navigating the increasingly steep terrain. As we ascend, we become more conscious of the altitude and its impact on our bodies. To ensure a safe and successful climb, we dedicate this day to acclimatization.

Allowing ample time for rest and adjustment, we embark on a short but invigorating hike towards a small peak on the west side of the Hinku Nup Glacier, reaching an elevation of approximately 5500 meters. From this elevated vantage point, we are rewarded with a breathtaking panorama that unveils stunning views of Mera La and the majestic Mera Peak.

The grandeur of the Mera La pass reveals itself, with the imposing presence of Mera Peak capturing our attention. Standing at this altitude, surrounded by awe-inspiring vistas, we develop a deeper appreciation for the magnitude of our undertaking.

With Mera La and Mera Peak before us, a sense of anticipation and excitement builds within us. The challenges that lie ahead are daunting, but we draw strength from the beauty and majesty that surround us. This acclimatization hike not only prepares our bodies for the physical demands of the climb but also nurtures our spirits, fueling our determination to conquer the summit of Mera Peak.

As the sun sets, casting its warm hues over the mountains, we settle into our campsite, cherishing the tranquility of our surroundings. Resting and rejuvenating, we prepare ourselves mentally and physically for the exhilarating ascent that awaits us in the days to come.

  • Max. Altitude:5,415m
  • Accommodation:Tent
  • Time:5 hour
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch, 1 dinner with coffee/tea
  • Walking Distance:5km

Our perseverance leads us to the top of the rock band, a notable landmark marked by a large cairn. We are filled with a sense of accomplishment and motivation as we take in the panoramic views of majestic peaks such as Mount Everest, Makalu, Cho Oyu, the south face of Lhotse, Nuptse, Chamlang, and Baruntse. The magnificence of these towering giants serves as a reminder of the remarkable beauty that surrounds us.

We set up our campsite at the Mera High Camp, creating a temporary shelter amidst the mountain wilderness. We take a moment to absorb the tranquility of our surroundings and reflect on the immense natural splendor that envelops us. The serenity of the high camp allows us to connect deeply with nature and find solace in the rugged yet enchanting environment.

As night falls, we settle in at the Mera High Camp, surrounded by the vastness of the Himalayas. The crisp mountain air and the distant twinkling of stars above create a serene ambiance. We rest, replenishing our energy for the final push towards the summit of Mera Peak, eagerly anticipating the extraordinary experiences that lie ahead. We find comfort and solace in the embrace of the mountains, preparing ourselves mentally and physically for the exhilarating ascent to come.

  • Max. Altitude:5,780m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:7 hour
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch, 1 dinner with coffee/tea
  • Walking Distance:7 km

Today, we will finally begin climbing the Mera Peak from the High Camp, very early in the morning as on the same day, we will be descending down to Mera La base Camp and continue our trek to Rato Odar. Our professional climbing expert will lead the way and you will have to follow the instructions while the accomplishment is all yours to celebrate. It is indeed going to be a blissful moment to be standing on top of an elevation of 6,476 meters. We will be staying overnight at the Rato Odar.

  • Max. Altitude:5100m
  • Accommodation:Tent
  • Time:11 hour
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch, 1 dinner with coffee/tea
  • Walking Distance:11km

From Mera La Base camp, we start descending downwards to reach an elevation of 4,800 meters where Chamlang Base camp is situated at. Chamlang Base Camp will connect us with another peak climbing adventure which is the Island Peak climb. It is likely to take us about four to five hours to reach the Hongu Valley from the Mera La Base camp, a short descent from Hongu Valley will finally lead us to Chamlang Base Camp where we will be camping for the night.

  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch, 1 dinner with coffee/tea

On the fourteenth day, we will head further towards Panch Pokhari which is formed of five holy lakes known for being sacred to the Hindu pilgrims. Today we will be walking along in the company of Mt. Baruntse and gorgeous encounters with magical waterfalls. We will be camping in a favorable spot around the lake and staying there for the night.

    Today, we will be leaving Panch Pokhari after having an early morning breakfast in our camp. Then we will be heading for the Island Peak Base Camp which takes us a step further in reaching the Island peak. We will be making our way via Amphulapcha Pass which is situated at an elevation of 5,845 meters which will reward us with the glorious views of the landscapes and Himalayas like Ama Dablam. Though the day is a little challenging, it is enormously filled with nature’s amazing rewards.

      Today with plenty of time, we will cross the high pass of Amphu Laptsa with an early start in the morning and then reach the Island Peak Base Camp where we will be staying for the night. We will certainly get rewarded with the spectacular sight of the Lhotse south wall and the glorious Island peak along with the view of gracious Chhukung Valley. We will continue the trek to the Island Peak Base Camp to relax and rest after a long walk.

        After a well-deserved rest day and a refreshing hike to the Icey spot, the stunning scenery of Lhotse and Imja glaciers fills you with awe and excitement. The uphill hike may have been challenging, but it also prepared you mentally and physically for the upcoming climb. The serenity of the surroundings and the icy landscape create a sense of anticipation for the adventure ahead.

        Upon reaching the Island Peak Base Camp, the sight of the pitched tents brings comfort and relief. Your one-person tent becomes your temporary sanctuary during this climb. You leave your belongings there, knowing you'll return to rest and recharge after each day's progress.

        With enthusiasm building up, you attend a crucial pre-climb training session after lunch. Here, your guide takes charge, and you get the opportunity to hone your rappelling and belaying skills. These skills are essential for navigating the challenging terrain that awaits you on the climb. The guide's watchful eye ensures that you grasp the techniques safely and effectively.

        As evening descends upon the base camp, the anticipation and excitement for the summit push are palpable among the climbing team. You gather with your fellow climbers and guides, discussing the route, safety protocols, and final preparations for the ascent. The camaraderie among the team members strengthens, and a sense of unity grows as everyone shares the same goal – reaching the summit of Island Peak.

        As the night sets in, you retire to your tent, knowing that tomorrow will be an early start. The prospect of the climb brings a mix of nerves and thrill, but you are confident in the training and preparation you have received. Nestled inside your one-person tent, you try to get a good night's sleep, savoring the tranquility of the mountains before the exhilarating adventure that lies ahead.

          From Island Peak, we will be heading for the High Camp which stands tall at an elevation of 5600 meters. Today’s walk is shorter in comparison to other days. It will only take us about two to three hours to get to the High Camp. After reaching there, we will settle our camp and the climbing team will settle all the climbing equipment which will be used in the next morning’s climb of Island Peak. We will be staying overnight at the High Camp.

            On the seventeenth day, we will finally be summiting the Island Peak which will be undertaken very early in the morning from the High Camp by using the equipment which we settled a night before. Our climbing expert will instruct and lead your way. However, the accomplishment will solely be the outcome of your dedication, passion, and energy. The rewards of the summit of Island Peak are enormous as we will gain the magical views of valleys, landscapes, and astounding mountain peaks like Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Pumori, and some other amazing snow-capped peaks. On the same day, we will be heading back to Chhukung for our overnight stay.

              We follow the Imja Khola Valley heading to Dingboche. From there, we cross the Khumbu Khola ascending a steep trail to the top of a small ridge. Then we move downhill to the small town at Shomare and Orsho and later come across the Lower Pangboche finally arriving at the suspension bridge of the Imja Khola River.

              • Max. Altitude:3876m
              • Accommodation:Lodge
              • Time:6 hour
              • Meals:breakfast, lunch and dinner with coffee/tea
              • Walking Distance:7km

              Leaving behind the serene settlement of Tenboche, the downhill trek from Tengboche offers a different perspective of the Everest region. As you descend, you marvel at the natural beauty that surrounds you, with lush forests and picturesque landscapes guiding your way.

              The path takes you to Sanasa, and from there, you make your way to Namche Bazaar. Namche is a bustling and vibrant town, considered the gateway to the Everest region. After days of rigorous trekking and living in basic conditions, Namche Bazaar feels like a haven of creature comforts.

              Upon arriving in Namche, you treat yourself to the indulgences you have missed during your journey. A hot shower washes away the accumulated dust and weariness, rejuvenating your body and spirit. The aroma of good coffee fills the air, and you savor every sip, enjoying the taste that was absent in the wilderness.

              The local bakeries tempt you with an array of freshly baked items, and you treat yourself to these delightful treats. The tasty meals at the restaurants in Namche offer a welcome change from the simple fare on the trail, and you relish every bite, knowing you deserve this moment of luxury.

              The cozy accommodations in Namche provide a comfortable space for you to unwind and rest. With a blissful night's sleep ahead, you find peace in knowing that your body and mind will be fully recharged for the rest of your journey. As you drift off to sleep, the memories of the breathtaking landscapes, the camaraderie with fellow trekkers, and the challenges you've overcome along the way linger in your mind, creating a profound sense of fulfillment and gratitude.

              Tomorrow, with renewed energy and spirits, you'll continue your trek towards your ultimate goal, the Everest Base Camp. But for now, you relish the pleasures of Namche Bazaar, knowing that the journey has brought you closer to the awe-inspiring mountains and the resilient Sherpa culture that defines this extraordinary region.

              • Max. Altitude:3440m
              • Accommodation:Lodge
              • Time:7 hour
              • Meals:breakfast, lunch and dinner with coffee/tea
              • Walking Distance:9km

              Retracing your steps back to Lukla, you can't help but feel a mix of nostalgia and accomplishment. The familiar landmarks you pass by bring back memories of the challenging yet rewarding trek you undertook in the Everest region.

              Arriving at the teahouse in Lukla, you are greeted with warm smiles and cheers from your climbing crew. This moment marks the completion of your journey, and there's a sense of camaraderie and shared achievement among everyone present. The Sherpa guides and porters, who have been instrumental in ensuring your safety and success, are eager to celebrate with you.

              The evening unfolds into a joyous affair as the teahouse comes alive with songs, dances, and laughter. The Sherpa guides and porters, known for their vibrant and hospitable nature, wholeheartedly join in the festivities. Traditional Nepali songs and dances add to the cultural experience, and you find yourself immersed in the local traditions, appreciating the rich heritage of the region.

              As rounds of Chhyang, the local alcoholic beverage, are passed around, the atmosphere becomes even more jovial. Toasts are raised to the mountains, the journey you undertook, and the newfound friendships formed during the trek. Each moment is cherished as you bond with your climbing crew, sharing stories of challenges conquered and breathtaking vistas witnessed.

              As the night progresses, you take a moment to express your heartfelt gratitude to the Sherpa guides and porters. Their expertise, dedication, and unwavering support were instrumental in making this journey a success. You thank them sincerely for their invaluable contribution and the shared memories that will stay with you forever.

              With a sense of fulfillment and appreciation in your heart, you present the climbing crew with a handsome tip as a token of your gratitude. It is a way to acknowledge their hard work and express your thanks for their role in making this adventure an unforgettable one. As the celebration continues into the night, you can't help but feel a profound connection to the mountains, the people, and the entire experience. The last night in the mountains becomes a cherished memory, a culmination of your trekking expedition that will remain etched in your heart for a lifetime.

              • Max. Altitude:2,840m
              • Accommodation:Lodge
              • Time:9 hour
              • Meals:breakfast, lunch and dinner with coffee/tea
              • Walking Distance:15km

              It is the second last day before the conclusion of the trip in which we will be heading to Kathmandu directly from Lukla through a thirty minutes long flight.

              • Max. Altitude:1300m
              • Accommodation:Hotel
              • Time:35 minute
              • Meals:breakfast, lunch and farewell dinner with coffee/tea
              • Walking Distance:2300km

              Today, you will be moved to the global air terminal for retaliating home.

              • Max. Altitude:1300m
              • Accommodation:Home Accommodation
              • Meals:breakfast with coffee/tea
              What's Included
              • Meals as specified for the trek (breakfast, lunch, dinner).
              • All internal local transport is as per the itinerary.
              • Local flights from Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu.
              • National Park entrance fees, trekking permits accommodation in twin sharing tents and local basis lodges or best available places for accommodations, guide and porters-salary, insurance, food, accommodations, and other allowances included in trekking arrangements.
              • Basic first aid kit carried by your guide.
              • None of the single supplements is required in Kathmandu or in the mountain.
              • Arrival Airport picks up and departure drop.
              What's not Included
              • Food and accommodation (Kathmandu) - lunch and dinner, International flights from your home to home.
              • Airport Taxes, car, taxi or van, Visa fees.
              • Medical examination (if required) and vaccination costs.
              • Own Expenditure(Personal), .all bar bills, laundry, telephone calls, hot shower in the mountain, mineral water, sweet deserts, we recommend bringing .water purifier and neutralizer tabulates to reduce your cost of traveling and to become a responsible traveler.
              • Drinks or meals except for 3 meals or not specified in the itinerary, Personal clothing, and equipment, Travel insurance, Optional trips. Tipping in general for trek crew (driver, Trek leader and porter-tipping is not mandatory but expected).
              • Charges sustained as a result of delays beyond Nepal Nomad's control. Anything not specified in the Cost Includes section.
              Good to Know

              Experience is required and the meeting held for Mera Amphu Laptsa Island Peak Climbing

              For Mera and Island Peak via AmphuLaptsa Pass climbing, you will need to be properly fit and healthy along with some climbing knowledge.

              Similarly, prior to starting the Mera and Island Peak via AmphuLaptsa Pass trip, we host a Pre briefing meeting.

              A typical day in the Mera Amphu Laptsa Island Peak Journey

              The day begins at one destination and ultimately ends at another while we encounter various other places in between. However, it begins with a proper morning routine of breakfast and then we leave one accommodation to reach another while having lunch on the route and dinner at our overnight staying destination.

              Accommodation and Meals in the Mera Amphu Laptsa Island Peak Trip

              While at the Mera Island Peak AmphuLaptsa Pass Trekking, lodging options are not as luxurious and as facilitated as one might expect while being limited, so we request you to be adjusting to the Himalayan conditions of the accommodation where you might need to use shared bathroom facilities and in exceptional conditions, even the room. On Mera Island Peak AmphuLaptsa Pass Trekking, three meals on a full board basis will be provided at different times of the day.

              Insurance required for Mera Amphu Lapcha Pass Island Peak Climb

              Nepal Nomad's booking terms & conditions of joining Mera Island Peak AmphuLaptsa Pass Trekking include that you must be fully insured with medical, and emergency rescue evacuations including trip cancellation insurance.

              Responsible Travel and Transportation availability in the Mera Amphu Lapcha Island Peak Summiting Venture

              As Nomads who are aware of the declining condition of the environment, it shall be our greatest responsibility to add no harm to the environment or provide any form of alteration to its existing condition during our travel. Likewise, the availability of commute during the MeraAmphuLapcha Island Peak Climb Trip is Private Vehicles as well as airplanes.