Fact Information

Duration
27 Days
Destination
Nepal
Difficulty
Difficult
Food
BLD (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
Accommodation
Hotel, Lodge &Tent
Transportation
Tourist Bus / Jeep
Meals
BLD (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
Max Person
10
Min Person
1
Maximum altitude Maximum altitude:- (6,461m/ 21,197ft).
[6,461meters/21,197ft]
Best season
Autumn & spring
Caravan route
Lukla, JatraLa, Kothe, Khare, MeraLa, Hunku valley, Amphu Lapcha, Namche

About Trip

“A Two in one package for the adventurer people who are always in the quest and never had enough to explore and will probably not get such thrilling panoramic peak climbing along with added technically difficult pass.”

Mera and Island both peaks are very popular climbing peaks among 33 trekking peaks in Nepal. Mera is not technically difficult to climb, however, Island peak is the moderate technically difficult peak. Mera and Island Peak is located in Mahalangur Himalaya Range in Khumbu valley. Mera and Island both peaks offer entirely circular panoramic views and provide satisfactory climbing experience.

These peaks location are separate. Mera peak lies in between the Hinku and Hungu Valley, and Island peak lies in the Everest Chhukung Valley. There is Amphu Lapcha high pass situated at [5,860 meters/19,225ft], between the two peaks. It’s technically difficult pass with high altitude. If you are well acclimatized and a good level of physical fitness can obviously make it. We have a very professional accompany in mountaineering who are highly experienced in Mera and Island peaks climbing, very well practiced informants about the weather forecast and caring personals as your trekking and climbing guide. We Himalayan Diamond Adventure provide you truly or only the Union of International Alpinist Association (UIAA) tested sufficient climbing grouping equipment and gears. Apart from this, such climbing highly requires your physical fitness and climbing gears placing knowledge, that’s on your hand.

Mera Peak: When climbed via the normal route on the north face, Mera is not a technically difficult peak, rarely steeper than 30 degrees, except for the final climb to the summit where fixed lines are used to safeguard this last 30 or 40 meters. Ski sticks provide the best possible assistance in soft snow conditions, and a single walking axe is all that is required if conditions are firmer. Although climbing at these altitudes is strenuous and exhausting, our proven acclimatization programme and our use of a high camp at [5,800 meters/19,029ft], will give you the best possible chance of reaching the summit. The approximate Alpine grade of Mera Peak would be 'F'.

Amphu Lapcha Pass: This is more technical than Mera Peak. It will be necessary to overcome a series of ice steps (safeguarded by a fixed line) to reach the rocky crest, and from the top you will make a descent on a safety rope, around 100 meters to reach fixed lines which are used to safeguard the final descent of approximately 300 meters over 30 – 40 degree snow and rock to easier slopes. The approximate Alpine grade of the Amphu Lapcha pass would be 'PD/PD+'

Island Peak: This mountain though lower in altitude than Mera Peak is more technically demanding and involves climbing up to 45 - 75-degree snow slopes and an exposed summit ridge. Fixed lines are used on all exposed sections but, an experience of roped climbing in exposed situations and competence on such terrain is required. The approximate Alpine grade of Island Peak would be 'F+/PD'.

Introduction of the trail:

This trekking and climbing holiday involves a great variety of trekking conditions. On the first few days of the walk, we will trek through forests of rhododendron and pine followed by more open landscapes, including yak pastures and grassy ridges. Crossing the Zathura La, we will encounter some steeper ground of turf and scree which may be snow covered. The valleys of the upper Hinku and Hungu rivers are uninhabited except for a few resolute Sherpas who run simple tea houses in the season and all trekking groups have to be self-sufficient. The crossing of the Amphu Lapcha is a mountaineering challenge in itself (see below) but for the majority of the trekking route, underfoot conditions are not particularly difficult. However, overall this is a very demanding trek on account of the fact that we have seven continuous nights at over [5,000 meters/16,401ft], in a very remote location. Previous experience of trekking at altitude and walking in crampons is essential for this trip.

So far, we offer you Mera and Island Peaks  Trekking & Climbing including Hinku-Hungu valley and Everest Valley Trek. We offer 27 days of full packaged service.

Outlined Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu [1,350m/4,429ft], transfers to Hotel.

Day 02: Specially trip preparation day.

Day 03: Fly Kathmandu to Lukla [2,730m/8,954ft], Stay in lodge.

Day 04: Trek to Chutanga [3,430 meters/11,250ft], 3 to 4hrs.

Day 05: Trek to Tashing Dingma [4,010m/13,156ft], 7 to 8hrs.

Day 06: Trek to Kothe [3,600 meters/11,808ft], 5 to 6 hours.

Day 07: Trek Thang [4,350 meters/14,270ft], 4 to 5 hours.

Day 08: Thangnag acclimatization day.

Day 09: Move to Khare [5,045m/16,486ft], 3 to 4 hours.

Day 10:  Rest day, acclimatization and climbing practice.

Day 11: Move to High camp [5,780 meters/18,958ft], 6 to 7hrs.

Day 12: Head to Summit [6,461m/21,1907ft], back to Khongmading.

Day 13: Contingency day.

Day 14: Trek to Panch Pokhari [5,200m/17,060ft] 6 hours.

Day 15: Amphu Lapcha La base camp [5,527m/18,133ft], 6hrs.

Day 16: Drop to Imja Tsho [4,900m/16,076ft], 9 to 10hrs.

Day 17: Entirely rest day.

Day 18: Head to High Camp [5,600m/18,372ft], 5hrs.

Day 19: Push summit [6,189m/20,305ft], trek to Chhukung.

Day 20: Contingency day, Reserve days.

Day 21: Trek to Tengboche monastery [3,860m/12,664ft], 7hrs.

Day 22: Trek to Namche bazaar [3,440m/11,286ft], walk 5hrs.

Day 23: Trek to Lukla [2,860m/9,383ft], walk 8 hours.

Day 24: Fly to Kathmandu [1,350m/4,429ft] and transfer to hotel.

Day 25- 26: Contingency day.

Day 27: Departure for home.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu Tribhuvan international airport [1,350 meters/4,429ft], transfers to Hotel included breakfast service:

Flying to Kathmandu along the northern border of Nepal on a clear day is itself an exciting and memorable experience as an exotic panoramic view of snow-capped Langtang, Ganesh Himalaya Range before your landing In Kathmandu Tribhuvan International airport. After landing of the aircraft, our team will meet you at the airport and escort you to your hotel by car and especially for join group by tourist bus. We meet in the hotel at 18:00 pm and leave to Nepali cultured dance Restaurant for a welcome dinner. In welcome dinner guide brief, you about day program of Tomorrow and leave you in your Hotel.

Day 02: Specially trip preparation day, trekking and peak climbing permits, equipments and gears:

Today, the guide will come to your hotel after breakfast hours to check your proper climbing gears and equipment for trekking and peak climbing. If you don’t have the proper equipment and climbing gears, he would advise you to buy or hire them in the Thamel trekking shops or hire on Khare Lodge, After that free sightseeing.

Day 03: We will take 35 minutes of a scenic flight Kathmandu to Lukla [2,730m/8,954 ft], early in the morning. Stay in lodge:

Today we will have 35 minutes of sensational mountain flight early in the morning from Kathmandu to Lukla Hillary airport, the second most dangerous airport in the world. During the flight, we will be sightseeing the most magnificent Himalayan chain view, the northern to eastern Himalayan vistas before our landing in Lukla airstrip [2,840 meters/9,317ft] if the weather is clear. We meet our Nepalese staffs at Lukla airport. Today we explore around Lukla bazaar like monastery and village. Stay in a lodge.

Day 04: Trek to Chutanga [3,430 meters/11,250ft], walk 3 to 4 hours. We stay at tea house:

Today, as our first day trek is an easy walk which leads eastwards, the path from Lukla, the trail follows through a some of small hamlets and wood yards until we reach a thick forest of silver fir, birch, pines and rhododendron trees and bushes on the hillside below Nau Lekh also known as Kalo Hamil Ridge Il. There are many small streams, trekkers cross them through a wooden bridge. After walking off 4 to 5 hours gently up the trail, we reach Chutanga, which is a summer pasture. We spend overnight in a very basic tea house.

Day 05: Trek to Tashing Dingma [4,010m/13,156ft], via Zwatra la pass [4,610m/14,720ft], one of best view point, walk 7 to 8 hrs. Stay in lodge:

After breakfast, we set out our adventure with a steep climb to cross the Kalo Himal ridge in the Nau Lakh range, which separates the Khumbu from the Hinku Valley. A steep uphill climb brings us to a cairned notch in the ridge with a collection of Buddhist prayer flags at [4,450 meters/14,599ft]. This small pass is called Zarwa Og. It’s nice to stop here after some difficult ascending continue uphill. The top is a good spot for a backward view of Kyarelung and Lumding Himal as well as the scenery across the rolling foothills of the Hinku Valley. Overnight in lodge.

Day 06: Trek to Kothe [3,600 meters/11,808ft], walk 5 to 6 hours through cliff way and dense pine and bamboo forest. Stay in lodge:

After breakfast, we follow a delightful descending trail across three ridges, before dropping steeply down to the Hinku River, and a final uphill to Kothe through lush rhododendron forests on the west side of the Hinku Valley. Rhododendron is the national flower of Nepal, and on our journey, we get to admire beautiful hills dotted with rhododendrons. Overnight in lodge.

Day 07: Trek Thang [4,350 meters/14,270ft], walk 4 to 5 hours, following Hinku upstream on to rugged and rock fall places. Overnight in lodge:

We trek slowly following the bank of the Hinku Khola in the shadow of Mera Peak. We take a short break at Gondishung for refreshment, the summer herders' settlement in the west bank of the Hinku Thangnag. Beyond Gondishung, we pass a 200-year-old Lungsum Gba Gompa where we can find Mera Peak scripted in rock along with its route to reach Mera. A short walk takes us to Thangnag, which is a summer grazing area with primitive lodges and shops. Today we walk 4 to 5 hours for Thangnag. Overnight in lodge.

Day 08: Thangnag acclimatization day, we ascend to uphill and climbing practice:

Today, after breakfast we hike uphill beneath the Kusum Kanguru peak for good acclimatization and for a stunning mountain view such as  Kaiser peak, Kusum Kanguru, Mera La, and on another hand substantial view of Thangnag and Khare. We will return back for lunch in the lodge. After having lunch, we demo you some climbing technique.

Day 09: Move to Khare [5,045 meters/16,486ft], 3 to 4 hours. Overnight in lodge:

 Leaving of Thangnag, we follow the lateral moraine of Dig Glacier to Dig Kharka, which offers spectacular views of Charpate Himal. The trail climbs through moraines to the snout of the Hinku Nup and Shar Glaciers and then climbs more steeply to Khare. From here, we can view the Northern face of Mera Peak, which will be an amazing experience. After lunch one can engage in hikes in the surroundings of Khare. We stay in a lodge.

Day 10:  Rest day, acclimatization and climbing practice, It can be developed climbing confidence:

Today the guides will carry out the last minute checking of the gears for the climb, and then arrange if any equipment becomes necessary to rent. Thereafter, we shall provide training on peak climbing techniques, and the proper ways of using climbing gears such as the ice axe, climbing boots, and crampons, harness, ascender, etc. The training will also include using ropes to go up and down. Although it is not mandatory to have prior training for Mera Peak Base Camp, we strongly believe that some training experience will boost your confidence and your climbing skills to increase the chances of scaling the summit as well as to fully enjoy the experience.  Overnight in lodge.

Day 11: Move to Mera High camp [5,780 meters/18,958ft], walk 6 to 7 hours on the permanent snow field crossing some crevasses. Stay in tent:

We take the route through Mera La Pass to reach the Mera High Camp today. Our path is along a rocky trail, which can be hazardous if it has recently snowed, as there are a number of crevasses here. We make our way to the top of the rock band, which is marked by a large cairn. We set up a high camp while enjoying excellent views of Mt. Everest, Makalu, Cho-Oyu, south face of Lhotse, Nuptse, Chamlang, and Baruntse. Overnight at Mera High Camp (service included dinner and breakfast with a hot drink like tea and coffee).

Day 12: Head to Summit [6,461 meters/21,1907ft] and back to Khongmading [5,168 meters/16,955ft], walk 9 to 10 hours. Stay at lodge:

This is a really long day for us as we will be summiting Mera Peak today. We wake up around 1 in the morning for breakfast. It’s going to be very cold in the beginning but, soon we warm up as we continue up the glacier and onto a peculiar ridge. The first rays of the sun hit the big peaks in an amazing red glow. The route is still non-technical as we slowly climb higher into the ever-thinning air. The slope steepens for a section behind the ridge and the summit comes back into view. At the foot of the final steep summit cone, we may attach a fixed rope depending on the conditions. The summit is only a few meters away. From the summit, we can see amazing views of the mighty Himalayas including Mt. Everest [8,848 meters/29,029ft], Cho-Oyu [8,201 meter/26,906ft], Lhotse [8,516 meters/27,939ft], Makalu [8,464 meters/27,769ft], Kangchenjunga [8,586 meters/28,169ft], Nuptse [7,855 meters/25,771ft], Chamlang [7,319 meters/24,012], Baruntse [7,129 meters/23,389ft], and others. Later, we retrace our steps back to the high camp where we rest for a while before descending to Khongmadingma. Overnight in Khongmadingma tea house.

Day 13: Contingency day, if got bad weather or faced any problem we cannot attempt summit on our tentative time, we need some spare days to next try:

There is no guarantee that we will have favorable weather on our planned day 13 for the summit. Therefore, this day is set aside as a contingency in case we are unable to summit the Mera on day 13 due to bad weather conditions or any other unanticipated reason. However, if the trip goes smoothly, we do not need this spare day, we can use this day to walk to Khongma Dingma at a slow pace. Overnight at the tented camp (service included dinner and breakfast with a hot drink like tea and coffee).

Day 14: Unbeatable journey to Hungu valley Panch Pokhari [5,200m/17,060ft], walk 6 hours overnight at tented camp:

Today, we trek throughout the wilderness place like Hungku valley and Panch pokhari, which offers perfect mountain views and incomparable beauty of nature. Depart of Khoma Dingma meadow mostly the trail gradually rises up to Hungku valley with dominating view of Chamlang Himal. The path passes meadows, some rock boulders, and turquoise rivers. Finally, we reach Sheto Pakhari (Milky colored Lake) continue walking off 4 to 5 hours. There are some seasonal huts in the bank of a lake. It’s a very useful shelter for porters or backpackers. We spend overnight at the tented camp included dinner and breakfast with hot drink service tea and coffee.

Day 15: Head out Amphu Lapcha La base camp [5,527m/18,133ft], walk 6 hours .Overnight at tented camp:

After some relaxation, we head over Amphu Lapcha base camp with magnificent mountain vistas and incomparable ground landscape. Today in over all the landscape is awesome whole the day. Leaving of Sheto Pokhari, the trail towards to Bharuch base camp, after short a walk, we walk to more left side and crossing very tiny stream under the grass and moraine and then trail rises up to rocky lands, we scramble onto moraine beneath the giant black rock wall and some wide meadow valley with a dominating view of turquoise calm lake. Finally, we reach to Base camp with a stunning view of lake and white peaks. We spend overnight in a tent (service included dinner and breakfast with tea and coffee).

Day 16: Drop to Imja Tsho [4,900m/16,076ft], after crossing Amphu Lapcha La pass [5,845m/19,176ft], walk 9 to 10 hours. Overnight at tented camp:

Today, we wake up at 04:00 am early in the morning for tea and eat something for breakfast. You should have to pack your luggage before to come in breakfast. After breakfast, we leave towards the pass. The trail ascends up to Phulancha Pass [5,845 meters/19,176ft], along the rock, snow and icy trail. From at top of Ampulapcha, we can savor mesmerizing views of circular mountains, in our back glowing Chamlang, Hungku, and Makalu, and forwards is Everest and Lhotse. After savoring breathtaking mountains view and some shoots, we descend down to a cliff by rappelling 40 to 150 meters on a cliff. And then a descent down 30 to 40-degree slope to Imja Lake valley with the support of man rope. After some hardship hours, we reach on the ground. It is an emergency camping side, I mean if you stuck of heavy snow or stormy otherwise for the normal camp side is a nearby confluence of two streams. Overnight at the tented camp included dinner and breakfast. 

Day 17: Entirely rest day, after some difficult trekking and climbing we relax before push summit of peak:

After some strenuous trekking and climbing, today we relax the whole day at the camping site. It’s a very important day for us to prepare next climbing.

Day 18: Head over High Camp [5,600m/18,372ft], 5 hours. Overnight at tented camp:

Today, we head out to Island Peak High Camp [5,600 meters/18,372ft]. It’s almost final climbing for this trip. From an elevation of [5,600m/18,372ft], we can see semicircle view of cliffs that go up in the north to the rocky peaks of Nuptse [7,879m/25,849ft], Lhotse Middle Peak [8,410m/27,592ft], Lhotse [8,516m/27,939ft], and Lhotse Shar [8,383m/27,503ft]. To the east, we will view the iced up waves of the Lhotse Shar Glacier above which towers Cho Polu [6,734m/22,093ft], and we will also witness Makalu [8,464m/27,769ft]. From the south of the Imja glacier, we will be rewarded by Baruntse [7,120m/23,359ft] and Ama Dablam [6,812m/22,349ft]. Overnight at tented camp (service includes dinner and breakfast).

Day 19: Push summit [6,189 meters/20,305ft], switch back to Chhukung lodge, long day:

We wake up at 03: 30 am for breakfast and climbing preparation.  After eating something, we head for the wonderful summit. At the beginning of climbing, we traverse a lot on big challenging crevasses and on permanent snowfields. After traversing off 2 to 3 hours on snowfields the route reaches to the slope of the peak. Finally, we climb 80/90 degree slope and some sharp ridge with the support of fixed-line ropes to attempt top. On the top of the peak or, from an altitude of [6,189 meters/ 20,305ft], we savor captivating views of Makalu, Amadablam, Barunje, Chopla, Amphu Peak, Lhotse Shar, Lothse down the deeper wonderful valley. After clicking some shoots, we switch back to Chhukung lodge. Overnight in lodge.

Day 20: Contingency day, Reserve days:

This is a trekking peak, so we have to climb it while trekking, but, there is no guarantee that we will have favorable weather on our planned day for the summit. In case got bad weather on our planned day we need some spare days for next try, so we have a reserved day.

Day 21: Look forward to visit the world’s famous Everest base camp trail, Tengboche monastery  [3,860 meters/12,664ft], walk 7 hours down. Stay in lodge:

After unmemorable Mera Hungku valley and Amphu Lapcha great Himalayan trekking and successfully peaks climbing, today we will trek down to Tengboche monastery through the famous mountaineering Sherpa’s villages. Our track crosses some cultivated farmlands, nice lodges, mani walls, stupas, gompas,  bridges and red, white, yellow colored rhododendron garden and pine forest, with magnificent Mountain Ama Dablam view and many more others mountains. We stay in a lodge (service includes dinner and breakfast).

Day 22: So looking forward to visiting the Sherpa capital Namche bazaar [3,440 meters/11,286ft], walk 5 hours. Overnight at lodge:

After breakfast, we set off our journey down to Namche Bazaar via the regular Everest Base Camp trail. Leaving from Tengboche, the trail drops to Phungithang, the army cantonment the River side through the pine tree and pink, red-colored rhododendron tree for short walk then trail rises up to Kyangjuma, and then trail straight forwards to Namche. Before getting in Namche we will almost walk on the highway. Overnight at the lodge (service includes dinner and breakfast service with a hot drink like tea and coffee).

Day 23: Our journey will join in Lukla [2,860 meters/9,383ft], after 20 days of Himalayan trail, walk 8 hours. Overnight in lodge:

Leaving from Namche Bazaar, we trek steeply to the downhill meeting point of Dudh Koshi River and Bhote Kosi River, and then the trail weaves up and down many often to reach Lukla the ending point of the Everest base camp trek. Today, we make trekking whole day throughout Sherpa villages in overall. Overnight in a lodge (service includes dinner and breakfast with a hot drink like tea and coffee).

Day 24: We take a scenic flight Lukla to Kathmandu [1,350 meters/4,429ft], about 35 minutes and transfer to hotel included breakfast service, by tourist bus or in Car:

Today, we have a scenic flight from Lukla to Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport. After reaching Kathmandu, you will be transferred to hotel (service includes bed and breakfast). In the evening, you will have a farewell dinner in tourist standard restaurant.

Day 25- 26: Contingency day there is no guarantee that we will have  favorable weather on our tentative day 24 to have flight, so need some spare days to cover our program:

If the flight gets canceled due to the bad weather or any technical problem, we need some spare days for cover our program. After missing flight schedule time in Himalaya region, there is a very less chance to get a flight from Lukla to Kathmandu, so we have got another alternative way is take a helicopter or, trek to down Phaplu – Salleri for two days no doubt fantastic trek and jeep drive back to Kathmandu hotel.

Day 27: Departure for home,  say goodbye:

We drop you in Trivuwan International Airport at the terminal room in your flight checking time by tourist Bus or a Car and say goodbye.

Note:- The conditions stated in the itinerary are especially for the trekker who prefer full package service. At the same time, we also customize itinerary based on your choice and time. The selection of itineraries and the staffs depends on your need and financial procurement. We have options for any partial visit as per your requirement and financial condition.

Cost Details

  • Airport pickup and drop off by private vehicle.
  • Three nights tourist standard Hotel in Kathmandu sharing room included breakfast service.
  • Menu on client’s choice, Three times meals in a day (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Dessert), with A Cup of (Coffee or any Tea) during the trek.
  • T- house(Lodge trek) accommodations during the trek clean and comfortable.
  • Entry permits: Makalu-Bharunche and Sagarmatha national park fees, Pasang Lhamu municipality community fee, Mera and Island peak permits, and Garbage management deposit USD 500/-.
  • Government taxes and official expenses.
  • Transportation: Private tourist Bus, Car and Jeep.
  • Kathmandu/Lukla/Lukla/Kathmandu flight fare.
  • License holder English speaking guide with all his salary, food, drinks, accommodation, Transport.
  • Assistant trekking guide for group over 8 members in a group with all company’s facilities.
  • Warm clothing and required trekking gear for porters like Gore Tex jacket /trousers, trekking shoes, woolen hat, woolen gloves, woolen shocks, sun glasses etc.
  •  Company's complimentary  T-shirts, Map and Duffle bag.
  • Nepalese staff’s insurance policy covered it rescue evacuation, medical treatment and accidental.
  • Strong and helpful porter with proper equipment (one porter for two people maximum 30Kg).
  • Medical supplies (first aid kit will be available).
  • Climbing grouping gears, dynamic Ropes, static Ropes, Snow bar, Ice crew, Carabiners, Runners, Rock  Pitons, Auxiliary cords.
  • Mera and Island BC/HC tents, Mattress, Ep gas, cooking pots, Dry foods.
  • Hot bag services.
  • Down filled Jacket (-12*C) and Sleeping bag (-20*C) (Pay extra $1 and 50 cents each item each day).
  • Satellite Phone & PAC bag (Portable Hyperbaric Chamber) prevention AMS & HAPE (Extra pay).
  • Welcome dinner and farewell dinner with tourist standard restaurant.
  • Personal trekking and climbing equipments and gears.
  • Meals while you are stay in Kathmandu Hotel Lunch and Dinner.
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, early return from mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary.
  • Nepal entry visa fee.
  • Any entry fee for temple or monastery.
  • Donations or charity.
  • Your Travel insurance policy should be covered it rescue evacuation, medical treatment and accidental.
  • International airfare.
  • Your personal expenses like; Hot shower, Laundry, Battery charging, telephone and shopping etc.
  • Alcoholic and non alcoholic hot and cold drinks.
  • Tips for the guide, porter and driver (tipping is expected).

Useful Info

Mera peak is the highest trekking peak among 33 trekking peaks in Nepal. Make successful adventure trip with mountain leader with comprehensive service. To reach in Himalaya our exhilarate trip starting point, we will have to take a scenic mountain flight from Kathmandu to Lukla [2,860 meters/2860ft]. The aeroplane fly along the northern to eastern of Himalayan range. During the flight we can have an exhilarating mountain views. The mountain flight will be an exciting and memorable experience on a clear day. During the trek, we stay in the lodge the most of the time and very fewer time in tent.

Mera peak is highly demanding trekking peak for the beginner climbers. However, it needs good acclimatized party and good level of physical fitness to make successful trip.  Mera peak does not require previous climbing experience but Amphulapcha pass and Island peak need some mountaineering skills. People who are interested to climb two peaks and a thrilling pass, obviously, they can make it. The simple reason we are very experienced with these peaks climbing and Amphulapchha trek. It is a very fascinating trail for more adventure seekers. 

Main benefits of this trip is at the same time you can climb two peaks, the worth sight of Hinku and Hungu peaceful hidden valleys, and the famous mountaineer Sherpa villages like Lukla, Phakding, Namche, Tengboche, Pangboche, and Dingboche. And, if you have still more days for a trip, you can explore Everest Base Camp, Gokyo Cho La pass, Renjo La, Thame, and Thamu.

You will have the most exceptional panoramic views of the circular Himalaya including the five world’s peaks above [8,000 meters/26,246ft], such as Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, and Kanchenjunga.Exploration of Himalayan country sides such as their lifestyle and unique culture.The sight of flora and fauna, spring Himalayan flowers, rhododendron, Bear, Deer, Himalayan pheasant (Danphe and Munal) Lophophorus. It will be unforgettable lifetime trekking and climbing experience to be on the top of Mera and Island more demanding peaks and Mera Hinku-Hungu Amphu Lapcha pass and Everesst panorama trek.

Why to trek with us?

Our first motto is best guide is safe side;

Our first motto is to provide safe expedition. Island peak and Amphulapcha are technically difficult to climb and pass whoever Mera is not much technically difficult to climb but, trekkers who are in a quest for thrilling climbing and pass if they are well acclimatized and physically fit, can obviously make it. The simple reason; we have a very professional guide in mountaineering who are highly experienced in both peaks climbing, very well practiced informants about the weather forecast and caring personals as your climbing guide. We Himalaya Diamond Adventure provide you truly gears the Union of International Alpinist Association (UIAA) tested sufficient climbing grouping equipment and gears. Apart from this, is also highly requires your physical fitness and climbing gears placing knowledge, that’s on your hand.

 Service: at Both Peaks Base Camps:

We set up a permanent base camp for as long as the expedition continues. Each of the members has a personal North- face VE 24 dome tent with waterproof compact mat. We provide chairs and clean fascinating table with solar electricity light make your stay at base camp as luxurious. We have a toilet tent; all is in perfectly hygienic condition and order.

We provide sufficient and tasty hygienically prepared food at both base Camp and High Camp during your peak climbing. Plenty of high altitude food is provided at higher camps.

Climbing Training/ Rental Gears:

The guide instructs you lot in the base camp time, before head over summit. The guide tips you very important climbing techniques, like climb on slab rocks and on blue ice, Active rappelling (Up sailing), and Safety placement, proper arrange of gears and equipments while climbing and use of proper climbing gears.

The climbing gears are super expensive, so why you spend lots money for once time use? You can have climbing gears on hire from us with reasonable price. The rental gears are branded of Black Diamond, La Sportiva, Grivel, and Petzl. We Himalayan Daimond Adventure highly recommend you the Union of International Alpinist Association (UIAA) tested gears one for safe and comfortable climbing.

Safety Measurement, Weather Forecast and Communication System:

After proper acclimatization and well prepared to push summit, we will ensure favorable weather forecast. We always stand on our quality of weather forecast service. Its affiliated with government of Nepal (Meteorological Division) Mountaineering is itself dangerous cause of high altitude, frostbite, hypothermia, blindness, snowfall, rock fall, avalanches, crevasses and white out.

However, if we are well equipped, we can avoid the high risk.  We are very aware of a possible happening accident in the mountain, so we always ensure our safety first and then we go to the summit. In case, climber face any unpleasant incident, we have a facility of 4 liters Russian Oxygen cylinder with summit mask regulator for emergency cause and all required treatment aids with the guide. That means we are stand-by against any danger in the mountain.

Besides these, the guide, as well as the climbers, would be carrying the Satellite phones or Radio sets to approach communication service. Otherwise, focusing the major subject safely, we will arrange all in time even call the Rescue Team or Helicopter and take you down to the low elevation.