Nepal is the land of mountains and peaks where you can have abundant peak climbing activities or expeditions. Pisang Peak Climbing in Nepal via Peregrine Treks can be fascinating. We have designed the itinerary with the expert help of the company’s Sherpa Peak Climbers Guide, focusing on safety as well. The peak stands tall above the Pisang village and the green yak pastureland in an inclination of ice and snow to the pyramid summit. It is regarded as one of the most accessible climbing peaks among lots of trekking peaks in Nepal.
While reaching out to the base camp via Pisang Village, ascending the trail, we should pass sparsely placed woods and pasture. Kharka situates at an altitude of 4380m, and this place is the best place for climbers and trekkers to set their base camp. This accessible climbing peak’s high camp is at the height of 5400m which can be set once the climbers climb to the shoulder at Southern West Ridge of Pisang Peak. The snow bulk will be there in High Camp in November and March-end. The steep snow slope in well-defined ridges takes to the final summit, which is not strenuous. Descending the peaks and mountains is considered more dangerous than climbing, but Pisang allows you to have a smooth descent from the same route.
For trekking: we provide you with a fully experienced trekking guide. Every five members get one assistant guide and also one porter for every two members.
For Pisang Peak climbing: We provide a license-holder English-speaking climbing guide. We also provide an assistant guide for every five members in the case of a big group. Experienced cooks and necessary Sherpa will go in your group, mostly assistants who will assist in setting up camps during the climb.
This arrangement of staff ensures the safety of every member of the group. If any member becomes sick, our trip will still go ahead with our planning. Please note that the maximum number of members in a group will be 12, an optimum size for a successful trip.
Book this fantastic and easy trekking peak Pisang climbing with Peregrine Treks and Expedition team. We will always work towards achieving successful and safe peak climbing in Nepal.
We have daily departures for private trips, so we recommend booking it according to your schedule. We do not need a minimum group size for the private trip and won’t charge additional charges for a solo traveler.
Please let us know if you need additional services like pre/post accommodation, domestic flight, Everest Mountain Flight, adventurous sports, sightseeing, etc. Please fill out this customized form for your convenience.
Customize this trip with help from our local travel specialist that matches your interests.
We accept major currencies such as the US Dollar, the Great Britain Pound, the Euro, the Australian Dollar, the Singapore Dollar, the Indian Rupee, the Swiss Franc, the Canadian Dollar, the Japanese Yen, the Chinese Yuan, the Saudi Arabian Riyal, the Qatari Riyal, the Thai Baht, the UAE Dirham, the Malaysian Ringgit, the South Korean Won, the Swedish Kroner, the Danish Kroner, the Hong Kong Dollar, the Kuwaiti Dinar, and the Bahrain Dinar.
Type C, D, and M power plugs and sockets are used. The standard voltage and frequency are 230 V and 50Hz, respectively.
Vaccinations You must be completely vaccinated against COVID-19 at least 14 days before traveling to Nepal. Vaccination documentation is required.
On Arrival Visas are available at Nepal's entrance points for travelers. Travelers from Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, Afghanistan, and Syria, on the other hand, are required to obtain a visa through their nearest Nepalese diplomatic post (embassy/consulate).
To confirm the trek/tour package, we want a deposit of at least 20% of the total tour/trek fee. The remaining balance must be paid when you arrive in Nepal. We take Visa, Maestro, MasterCard, American Express, and other major credit cards. The total cost of a Bhutan and Tibet tour must be paid in full at the time of booking.
We strongly advise you to purchase a SIM card for reliable internet access throughout Nepal. Nepal Telecom (owned by the government) and NCELL (owned by the private sector) are the two main SIM card providers in Nepal. It is preferable to get a SIM card at an airport, where staff will assist with activation and data plan purchases. If you have a SIM card, it will be easier for you to contact us and locate our airport agent.
You can charge your electrical devices at hotels and lodges because there are no power outages. In the Himalayan region, however, hotel owners may levy a nominal fee.
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