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Mera Peak and Mt Baruntse Expeditions 

About Trip 
Important Note : 
Your safety is of paramount concern while traveling with Namaste Adventure. Please note that your leader has the authority to amend or cancel any part of the itinerary if it is deemed necessary due to safety concerns. Every effort will be made to keep to the above itinerary; however, since this adventure entails travelling in remote mountainous regions, we cannot guarantee that we will not deviate from it. Weather conditions, health condition of a group member, unexpected natural disasters, etc., can all contribute to changes in the itinerary. The leader will try to ensure that the trip runs according to plan, but please be prepared to be flexible if required.
About other Climbing trips 
* Trip Information
The potential for climbing "east of Everest" was first recognised by members of Shipton's 1951 Everest Reconnaissance expedition, which made a journey of exploration into the region. Three years later, in 1954, members of that team, including Edmund Hillary and George Lowe, returned to exploit the climbing potential to the full. Although their prime aim was to explore Makalu, in a concerted effort of peak bagging around the upper Barun Glacier, this team made no fewer than 20 first ascents, of which Baruntse was the most significant. The first ascent of Baruntse being made on 30 May 1954 by Colin Todd and Geoff Harrow. They climbed the mountain by the South-East Ridge, which will be the line of our ascent. The South-East Ridge of Baruntse is a straightforward climb, mainly on snow but at high altitudes and crossing some steep sections of ice at 50°, with a prominent ice cliff at about 7,000 metres to be climbed on the way to the top. Sections of the upper summit ridge can be corniced, but there is little evidence of avalanche risk on the lower slopes of the mountain. The steeper sections of the climb are safeguarded by fixed rope, as are the obvious cornices that need to be traversed between the camps on the mountain.Level of supportThe expedition will be led by a Local Nepal Sherpa leader with the support of assisting climbing sherpas, numbers depending on the team size. Local porters will help support our journeys into the mountains.


Day 01 : Arrive Kathmandu
Day 02 : Expedition briefing in Kathmandu
Day 03 : Fly to Lukla - Chutanga
Day 04 : Nau Lekha
Day 05 : Kothey
Day 06 : Thangnak
Day 07 : Khara
Day 08 : Mera BC
Day 09 : MERA
Day 10 : MERA
Day 11 : Mera BC
Day 12 : Seto Pokhari
Day 13 : Baruntse Base Camp
Day 14-24 : Climbing Period of Mt Baruntse
Day 25 : Seto Pokhari
Day 26 : Mera BC
Day 27 : Khare
Day 28 : Thagnag
Day 29 : Kothey
Day 30 : Chutunga
Day 31 : Trek to Kharte
Day 32 : Lukla
Day 33 : Fly Lukla to Kathmandu
Day 34 : At leisure in Kathmandu
Day 35 : Departure


What Is Included
* All airport/hotel transfers
* Four nights in 4-star hotel in Kathmandu with bed and breakfast
* Round trip flight Kathmandu to Lukla to Kathmandu with 30KG cargo per climber
* All trekking and Ama Dablam climbing permit fees
* Liaison officer and all his expenses
* Experienced climbing Sherpa (s) for the group
* Trekking N teahouse arrangements to/from Ama Dablam BC and full board basis at Base Camp
* Food and fuel above Ama Dablam Base Camp
* All camping  equipment, kitchen tent, dining tent, toilet tent, table, chair and kitchen utensils etc
* Single tent for use at the  Base Camp (with foam mattress provided)
* Base Camp  Sherpa (s)  and Cook crew
* Insurance for all Nepalese staffs
* Use of group gear and supplies: rope, ice screws, rock, and snow anchor protection etc
* Walkie-talkie radios, satellite telephone, etc.
* Solar charging at Base Camp
* Necessary Porter or Yaks support from Lukla to and from Base Camp
* Emergency equipment like medical oxygen, Gamow bag, BC medical kit, high-altitude medical kits etc
* High-altitude camp equipment and supplies, and Sherpa support on summit day
* Climbing Sherpa will establish camps, carry group equipment (including sleeping bags and pads), establish the route, etc
* Porterage of group equipment to Advance Base Camp and Camp
* Welcome and farewell dinner in Kathmandu
* All government taxes and agency service charge

What Is Not Included
​* Personal climbing clothes and equipment
* International roundtrip airfare to and from Kathmandu
* Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu(and also in the case of early return from mountain than the scheduled itinerary)
* Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, early return from mountain(due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
* Excess baggage charges if you have more than 30KG luggage
* Nepal Visa fee (bring accurate USD cash and passport photographs)
* Tips for Climbing Guides and other staffs
* Climbing Sherpa summit bonus
* Personal communications (Satellite phone, phone, fax, email)
* Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, bottle water, shower, heater, etc.)
* Personal Climbing Sherpa (must be arranged before the expedition)
* Porterage of personal equipment to beyond Base Camp
* Nepal Custom Duties
​* Personal travel /medical/cancellation/rescue insurance
* Any rescue costs or costs of early departure from the expedition
* Helicopter or charter flight

Meals
We provide all camping equipment and gear, including tents, dining, toilet, and Kitchen tents. At base camp we have a large mess tent equipped with all necessary kitchen gadgets including stoves, tables and chairs. Meals are prepared by our trained and experienced expedition cooks. We make it sure that the food we provide is hygienic and at the same time suits your palate. Please let us know if you have any special food requirements.
We offer all varieties of food including continental and local Nepali/Tibetan items. Breakfast includes porridge, egg, bread, etc. Some of the items in the lunch include rice, lentils, beans, green vegetables, chapattis, bread, and tinned meat and fish items. Fresh or tinned fruit and tea or coffees make the desserts. For the main meal, you can choose your own menu - either local or western varieties. Local varieties include from the local Dal Bhat, yak stew, momo to the western burghers, pastas, sandwiches, and pizzas.