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  • Destination: Mera Peak
  • Group Size: 2 – 12
  • Minimum altitude: 6,476 metres
  • Best Season: Spring and Autumn
  • Grade Info: Strenuous

Want to go on a beautiful ski and peak climbing adventure in Mera Peak? Read on to know more about the Mera Peak Ski Expedition and other information in detail.

Mera Peak (6476m) is a beautiful mountain in the Mahalangur Himalayan range in the Everest region. The Himalayan region in Nepal is a favourite among adventurers for skiing, trekking and peak climbing. Towering mountains, foothills, and surrounding natural diversity are highlights of this region.

Mera Peak in the Khumbu region is an ideal place to take your backcountry skiing to an advanced level. You will gain technical skiing knowledge with the use of ropes and travel on glacial ice. It is an ideal next step to turn yourself from an amateur skier to a ski mountaineer.

This Mera Peak Ski Expedition is a complete experience that includes high altitude trekking, mountain peak climbing and skiing. This fantastic adventure is suitable for both novice and experienced travellers. The Mera Peak ski descent is neither technical nor steep.

This expedition also includes in-depth training for those who lack experience in high altitude skiing and peak climbing. This will make you ready not just for Mera Peak but for other Himalayan adventures in future. You can also observe breathtaking views of the entire panorama of mountain peaks, including Mt. Everest, Makalu, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, and others.

This high-altitude mountain peak climb is pretty straightforward. Moreover, good physical fitness and stamina are essential, along with a positive mindset to complete this expedition. Downhill skiing is ideal in Mera peak because of the scale and angle of this peak. Besides, you will get to explore rich biodiversity and the cultural settlements along the trail.

We provide this outstanding trip of a lifetime at a reasonable cost. Read on to know more about this Mera Peak ski expedition and other information in detail.

Significant Highlights of the Trip

  • Ascending the summit of beautiful Mera Peak (6461m)
  • Crossing high altitude Zatra La Pass
  • Awe-inspiring views of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, and others
  • Skiing down from Mera Peak down to base camp
  • Incredible hospitality of local people
  • Cultural exploration of rural local heritage, tradition, and lifestyle
  • High altitude trekking adventure from Lukla

Best time for Mera Peak Ski Expedition

Skiing in Nepal is ideal from October to December. It is the peak season for skiing as there is less precipitation and a high mass of snow. The more snow, the better it is for skiing. Besides that, you will also get to observe breathtaking views of snow-capped mountains from various viewpoints along the trail.

The incredible scenic beauty from the Mera peak summit of the entire Everest Mahalangur range is another highlight of this expedition. Amazing unobstructed views of snow-capped mountains in a clear blue sky is another advantage of this season. Besides that, there are mild, moderate temperatures that are ideal for climbing Mera peak. It is also a cultural time, and you can experience the culture and tradition.

This incredible ski expedition is also doable in the Spring months, from March to May. However, the snow deposit might be depleted in this season. Hence, you might have a tough time skiing this season. However, from a peak climbing perspective, Spring is an excellent time for this Mera Peak expedition. There are great scenarios all over with breathtaking views of the Himalayas. You can experience mild temperatures and stable weather conditions with minimal precipitation.

Difficulties of Mera Peak Ski Expedition

Nepal has diverse geographical landscapes compared to the snowy Alps and other ski destinations around the world. There are many challenging routes to this Mera Peak expedition. Trekkers will have to trek for around ten days to arrive at their destination.

This high altitude region is quite breathtaking, but various challenges come with it as well. You need to ascend at a gradual place to reach the top of snow-capped mountains to continue your skiing adventure. Therefore, proper safety measures are a must to avoid any such incidents in the region.

You need no technical climbing skill to take this expedition of Mera peak. Previous climbing experience at high altitude is not necessary. However, a ski tour in rugged Himalayan terrain can be pretty challenging. Therefore, each skier should have previous experience in “all-mountain” skiing. This is essential because different mountains have different snow conditions.

They should have some ski training with equipment in the alpine conditions for at least ten days. If you are not well versed in skiing, you should only ski with the help of a professional guide. A professional ski guide will guide you to safety at all times and also protect you from altitude sickness in such high altitudes. Trekkers should be in good physical condition for trek, ski, and summit climb.

Avalanches are one of the biggest challenges of any high-altitude adventure. There are many avalanches prone areas in the foothills of the Himalayas in Nepal. The ski resorts of Nepal are generally located in off-piste terrain. This factor makes the ski adventure quite challenging.

Besides that, you need to trek for around two weeks or more in rugged terrains. You will need to pass through remote trails. Although the Mera peak is just a trekking peak with a straightforward route, it can be pretty daunting for beginners who have not climbed high altitude mountain peaks before. Hence, a proper training regime is essential to complete this Mera Peak Expedition.

Mera Peak Ski Expedition Route

This Mera Peak expedition starts with a scenic journey from Kathmandu to Lukla on a mountain flight. This incredible trek then passes through various settlements and Sherpa villages of the Everest region. These include serene rivers, green valleys, and high altitude mountain passes.

Breathtaking views of the Himalayas will enchant you all along the trail. We will summit Mera Peak passing through a snow and ice trail. Acclimatization is essential because it will help you tackle altitude sickness and other difficulties. From the Mera peak summit, you can ski down to the Mera La in a matter of minutes. This incredible adventure is the prime attraction of this expedition.

Only a few climbers have experienced this adventure of a lifetime. This expedition includes proper acclimatization days that will help you adapt to high altitude conditions. Training and preparation are essential for a successful climb without any hassle. Moreover, The Mera Peak ski return is an incredibly long run. Professional skiing training is vital as there are diverse natural landscapes. After completing this adventure, you will return to Lukla through the same route you took earlier.

Outline itinerary - Mera Peak Ski Expedition

Day 01: Arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport and transfer to the hotel.

Day 02: Preparation day.

Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla and trek to Chutenga

Day 04: Trek from Chutenga to Chatrarbu via Zatre la pass

Day 05: Trek from Chatrarbu to Kothe

Day 06: Trek from Kothe to Thagnak

Day 07: Acclimatization at Thagnak

Day 08: Trek from Thagnak to Khare

Day 09: Acclimatization in Khare, Preparation for summit climb and skiing

Day 10: Trek from Khare to Mera La, Glacier training & back to Khare

Day 11: Trek or skin to Mera Base Camp

Day 12: Skin to Mera high camp

Day 13: Mera Peak summit day and ski back to Khare

Day 14: Trek from Khare to Kothe

Day 15: Trek from Kothe to Thuli Kharka

Day 16: Trek from Thuli Kharla to Lukla via Zatrwa La pass.

Day 17: Fly to Kathmandu

Detailed itinerary - Mera Peak Ski Expedition

Day 01: Arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport and transfer to the hotel.

Maximum altitude: 1300 m / 4,264 ft

After arriving at Tribhuvan International Airport, you can meet our supporting staff. They will help you transfer to your hotel. In the hotel, you will be warmly welcomed in a traditional Nepalese way with garlands and tika.

You will then get briefed about this exciting ski expedition trip. In the evening, you can rest or stroll around the beautiful streets of Thamel in Kathmandu. After returning, you can rest for the night at the hotel.

Day 02: Preparation day.

Our staff representative will set up meetings with team leaders, tour guides, and other crew members. They will help you learn more about the many challenges of the trip and other safety protocols. Our staff will also help you gain various trekking permits, national park and conservation area entrance permits required for this trek.

They will also provide you with the necessary trekking and skiing equipment required during the Mera peak ski expedition. Moreover, You can also go on a short sightseeing tour of various landmarks of the mystical city. You can then rest in hotels for the night.

Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla and trek to Chutenga

Maximum altitude: 1300 m / 4,264 ft

Flight duration: 35-40 minutes

Trek duration: 3-4 hrs

We will take a scenic short duration flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, which takes around 35 minutes. After arriving at Lukla, you can start your trekking journey to Chutenga. You can observe the gorgeous snow-clad mountains of the Everest Mahalangur range. The gorgeous landscapes of the region will enchant you all along your journey.

The beautiful landscapes of the region are breathtaking and outstanding for an adventure. Lukla airport is generally considered a dangerous airport because of its narrow airstrip of just 500m. You can stroll around the beautiful market of the local people. After having lunch, you can start your trekking journey from Lukla to Chutenga.

The trails of this Mera Peak trek pass through scenic mountain foothills. You will get to observe the beautiful snow-capped mountains of the region. After trekking for a few hours, in rugged landscapes and remote terrains, you will arrive at Chutenga. You can explore this beautiful village and then rest at a teahouse.

Day 04: Trek from Chutenga to Chatrarbu via Zatre la pass

Maximum altitude: 4340m

Trek duration: 4-5 hrs

On this day, we will trek from Chutenga to Chatrarbu, passing through Zatre la pass. You will pass through various settlements in remote regions. There are different uphill and downhill routes throughout this trail. You can observe multiple snow-capped mountains from various viewpoints. You can also observe the natural diversities of the region, including green hills, water streams, fast-flowing rivers, etc.

Crossing Zatre la pass, a majestic mountain pass, is an incredible adventure. After crossing the pass, we will arrive at Chatrarbu. You will explore this scenic village settlement and rest around in a teahouse in Chatrarbu.

Day 05: Trek from Chatrarbu to Kothe

Maximum altitude: 3700m

Trek duration: 4-5 hrs

We will start our trek from Chatrarbu to Kothe. This incredible trek will provide you with the best trekking experience in rugged terrains. You will also observe the best views of snow-capped mountains from viewpoints along the trail. There are natural terrains that move up and down a lot. After trekking for four hours, we will arrive at Kothe. We will explore around the region and spend the night at a teahouse in Kothe.

Day 06: Trek from Kothe to Thagnak

Maximum altitude: 4358 m

Trek duration: 4-5 hrs

After an early sunrise, you will start trekking from Kothe to Thagnak. This outstanding trail takes around four hours to reach your destination. We follow the path that passes through the west bank and continues our tour. We will pass through a gradual terrain and climb steeply.

The trail then passes through a ridge top where you can observe Mt. Kusum Kanguru Peak (6367 meters) and Mera Peak. There is also a Buddhist gompa alongside the big rock in this area. Thangnak is also a grazing area with many yaks and other settlements. We will rest and spend overnight at a teahouse in Thangnak.

Day 07: Acclimatization at Thagnak

Maximum altitude: 3580 m / 11,742 ft

Trek duration: 5-6 hrs

On this day, we will acclimatize and rest in Thagnak. After trekking for a few days, we will need to adapt to high altitude conditions to tackle altitude sickness. After breakfast, you will hike around, as it is essential to keep yourself moving at all times, even on a rest day.

You will therefore walk for a few hours in the morning. And while returning, you can also explore around and observe the culture, heritage, and lifestyle. After arriving at your accommodation, you can prepare for your trek and stay in the teahouse for the night.

Day 08: Trek from Thagnak to Khare

Maximum altitude: 5000 m / 16,400 ft

Trek duration: 5-6 hrs

We will trek from Thagnak to Khare on this day. The trail passes through rugged scenic settlements of the region and follows the Charpate Tal. We will then cross-lateral moraine, which leads us to Kharka. This settlement is closer to the Hinku-Nup Glacier.

Trekkers will then pass through Sabai Tsho glacial lake. We will take an uphill path to observe the region's spectacular beauty and green vegetation. You will arrive at Khare after trekking for a few years, following the beautiful Mera Peak's north face. We will spend the night and rest at a local teahouse in Khare.

Day 09: Acclimatization in Khare, Preparation for summit climb and skiing

Maximum altitude: 5000 m / 16,400 ft

Trek duration: 5-6 hrs

On this day, trekkers will acclimatize to the beautiful scenic landscapes of the region. After having a fulfilling breakfast early in the morning, we will hike around as it is essential to adapt to the high altitude region. There are various viewpoints from where you can observe the beautiful Everest Mahalangur range. You should also drink water at a maximum amount to hydrate yourself at all times. We will also train you for the incredible mountain peak climbing and skiing adventure. We will spend the night at a local teahouse in Khare.

Day 10: Trek from Khare to Mera La, Glacier training & back to Khare

Maximum altitude: 5350 m / 17,548 ft

Trek duration: 5-6 hrs

Early morning, we observe the beautiful sunrise and start our trek from Khare to Mera La via Mera Glacier. The trails of this trek are steep and challenging. We will cross various rugged terrains that take around four hours to arrive at our destination. The high altitude route is quite tricky, and there are large plateau-like landscapes.

After passing through various steep landscapes and crossing suspension bridges, you will arrive at Mera La. There, you will go through complete glacier training using crampons, fixed ropes and ice axes, and other equipment. After training around Mera La, you will return to Khare, where you will stay overnight.

Day 11: Trek or skin to Mera Base Camp

Maximum altitude: 5,415 m / 17,766 ft

Trek/ski duration: 5-6 hrs

We will start our trek from Khare to Mera base camp early in the morning. The trail of this trek passes through various settlements of the region. You can also skin uphill from Mera La to Mera Base Camp. You can observe views of snow-capped mountains of the Everest region all along the trail.

This incredible region has many viewpoints from where you can observe snow-capped mountains of the area. After trekking in challenging terrain for three hours, you will reach Mera Base Camp, where you will rest and explore. You can take magical pictures of this incredible place. You will rest at a tented camp in Mera Base Camp.

Day 12: Skin to Mera high camp

Maximum altitude: 5800 m / 19,024 ft

Trek/Ski duration: 5-6 hrs

We will continue our skiing adventure to Mera high camp from Mera base camp. We will hike or ski uphill, also known as" skinning". After ascending to high camp, you can observe outstanding views of snow-capped mountains, including Mt. Everest, Baruntse, Makalu, Khangkaru, Kusum, and others while trekking.

The trail to the glacier passes through the snow-covered trails. The gorgeous views of the Kanchenjunga and Mera Peak will enchant you. You will require the use of a fixed rope and pass through a challenging course to arrive at the high camp. We will observe the beautiful night sky in a tent on base camp.

Day 13: Mera Peak summit day and ski back to Khare

Maximum altitude: 6,476 m / 21,247 ft

Climb duration: 5-6 hrs

We will summit Mera Peak on this day. It is a pretty straightforward climb that will take you to the summit. The skiing adventure is beautiful. Since it is not a technical or steep mountain, you can go on a ski adventure with ease. This thrilling ski adventure at Mera Peak is one of the best adventures in the Everest region.

However, proper training is essential to complete this skiing adventure in Mera Peak. The adventure is physically demanding, so you need to have a good level of physical fitness and stamina to complete this adventure. Therefore, you need to train appropriately before this adventure.

We start our expedition to Mera Peak at midnight or early before sunrise. The southeast trail leads us to the east of the main summit. We will ascend the summit with a fixed rope that passes through the snow-covered trail of Mera peak. The breathtaking views of the entire Himalayan panorama will enchant any traveller.

After exploring the summit and enjoying magical views of the region, we will then return from summit skiing. Professional skiers should have proper knowledge of the sport and must have all the gears required for safety. After skiing for a few minutes, you will arrive at Mera La, from where you will return to Khare. You will rest for the night at a teahouse in Khare.

Day 14: Trek from Khare to Kothe

Maximum altitude: 4358m

Trek duration: 5-6 hrs

We will have breakfast and then continue our trek through various settlements of the region. This beautiful trek will pass through remote landscapes. The terrains of these regions will challenge all trekkers. After arriving at Kothe, you will stay overnight at a local teahouse.

Day 15: Trek from Kothe to Thuli Kharka

Maximum altitude: 4358m

Trek duration: 5-6 hrs

We will continue our trek to the beautiful settlements of Thuli Kharka. Trekkers will pass through incredible landscapes of the region to arrive at their destination. The uphill and downhill track is quite challenging even for the most experienced of trackers. You will rest in a local teahouse at Thuli Kharka.

Day 16: Trek from Thuli Kharla to Lukla via Zatrwa La pass.

Maximum altitude: 4340 m

Trek duration: 5-6 hrs

We will continue our trek from Thuki Kharka and pass through high altitude Zatrwa La pass. This incredible mountain pass is quite challenging to cross for all trekkers. You will continue your trek for a few hours to arrive at the main gateway of Lukla in the Everest region. You will rest and spend your night at a scenic lodge in Lukla.

Day 17: Fly to Kathmandu

We will fly from Lukla to Kathmandu early in the morning. You can then rest at your hotel in Kathmandu as our journey comes to an end.

Trip Cost US$ 2975 Per person
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Training Routine for Ski Expedition

Mera Peak Ski Expedition

The training Routine for this Mera peak ski expedition must include the use of mountaineering gear and equipment. This regime must consist of crampons, harnesses, fixed ropes, ice axes, and others. Besides that, climbers need to be of proper physical strength.

These training regimes will help climbers to climb the summit of Mera Peak successfully. It will also ensure you of fitness and stamina. This strength and endurance training will help you tackle rugged terrains of the Everest region. It will also increase your breathing ability in low oxygen level conditions. You should begin these training exercises two months before the expedition.

Physical training

Physical training is essential because it builds your strength and stamina. These intense physical training will provide you with the best physical build for your expedition. Acclimatization and hydration at regular intervals are essential. It is also ideal for muscle building in the arm, shoulder, and back.

The protein-rich diet is also necessary for trekking and peak climbing in high altitude conditions. However, if you have a pulmonary illness, you should consult a physician before taking on the Mera Peak ski expedition.

Cardiovascular activities

Cardiovascular activities are essential to increase breathing ability stresses in the higher altitude regions. It includes activities like hiking, running, cycling, swimming, paddling, jogging, and others. You will remain flexible during your journey. You can also stay safe from any injuries and physical strains during the expedition.

Increased breathing ability will help you tackle altitude sickness in the region. Climbers will benefit a lot from these activities if you include them in your training regime.

Mental preparation

Mental preparation is also essential for the peak climbing adventure. Trekkers should have a positive attitude along the trail to achieve success in their journey. Besides that, you can also take practice hikes to get an approximate idea of the trekking adventure.

Besides that, you can also get the idea about this expedition from experienced climbers. They can also inform you about what it takes to complete this Mera Peak expedition. Hence, mental preparation is a significant aspect of this trekking, skiing and climbing adventure.

Food and Accommodation along Trail

The Mera Peak ski expedition includes an adventurous trekking and skiing adventure. Furthermore, the accommodation is basic in tea houses and lodges. There are twin beds, mattresses, a pillow, and a warm blanket in these teahouses. Moreover, the squat-style toilets might make some of the trekkers uncomfortable. You can get Hot water, electronic charging, Wi-Fi, and others at an added cost.

The "Dal Bhat" is a delicious and nutritious meal that contains rice, lentils, dal (pulses), pickles, spinach, Gundruk, and others. These meals get served twice a day for lunch and dinner. Momo, noodles, chowmein, pasta, burger, sandwich, and others are also available.

Hot beverages like tea, coffee, and garlic soup are pretty standard in the region. There are many tea varieties, including rhododendron tea, mint tea, lemon tea, and others. You can munch on various snacks like chocolate bars, protein bars, dry fruits, granola bars, and others during the trek. However, you should avoid alcohol as it can lead to altitude sicknesses.

Packing List for Mera Peak Ski expedition

Mera Peak Ski Expedition

Clothing

  • Trekking boots
  • Waterproof trekking pants
  • Thermal Underwear
  • Down jacket
  • Windcheaters
  • Sandals
  • Warm hat
  • Woollen gloves
  • Full Sleeve shirts
  • Socks
  • Raincoat

Toiletries

  • Soap
  • Toilet Paper
  • Shampoo
  • Toothpaste
  • Moisturizer
  • Sanitary pads
  • Toothbrush
  • Face towel

First Aid

  • Water purification tablets
  • Imodium
  • Sanitizer
  • Diamox tablets
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Paracetamol

Accessories

  • Sunglasses
  • Power banks
  • Solar chargers
  • Extra batteries
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Map
  • Books or Kindle

Important documents

  • Passport
  • Travel permits
  • Travel insurance

Essential Tips For Mera Peak Ski Expedition

  • Acclimatize and hydrate regularly
  • Hire professional guide and porters for the expedition
  • Take Diamox tablets to tackle altitude sickness
  • Book meals and accommodation in advance
  • Walk gradually and do not rush during the trek
  • Check the weather forecast
  • Train well before Mera Peak trek
  • Carry dry fruits, protein bars, granola bars, chocolate bars
  • Get a proper travel insurance 4000m

The Final Say

Mera Peak expedition is one of the most challenging trips in Nepal. Moreover, this incredible trip will provide you with an adventure of a lifetime. It combines altitude trekking with summit climbing and fantastic skiing adventure. This scenic trek starts with a mountain flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. The region's trails are pretty remote and rugged.

Acclimatization is an essential part of this journey. After climbing the beautiful Mera Peak, you can observe the beautiful snow-capped mountains. We will then ski down from the summit to the base camp, which is quite adventurous. We hope you gained complete insights about the Mera Peak Ski expedition through this article. Contact us for more information about this trip. Book your journey now!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

When to take the Mera Peak ski expedition?

October to December is generally considered an ideal time for a ski expedition in Mera Peak. This is because there are stable weather conditions and mild, moderate temperatures. The snow deposit is also perfect for skiing in Nepal.

How tall is the Mera peak, and where is it located?

The Mera Peak has a height of 6,461m and remains located at the Everest Mahalangur Himalayan range. It is in the Solukhumbu district of Province 1 in Eastern Nepal.

How challenging Is Mera Peak Climb?

The Mera peak climbing is a straightforward and comfortable climb. However, climbers should know some mountain climbing skills using mountaineering gears, including carabiners, crampons, ice axes, fixed ropes, etc.

Are any previous climbing experiences required for the Mera Peak ski expedition in Nepal?

No previous technical climbing is necessary. However, you need to be in good physical condition to complete this hike and peak climbing expedition. This Mera Peak expedition also includes a ski tour from the summit to base camp.

Hence, each skier must have a good background in mountain skiing as snow conditions differ significantly. We do provide ski training programs to make you ready for this expedition. Besides that, you will also need some training routine on mountain climbing using mountaineering equipment.

Are our porters and guides essential for the trek?

A guide is your companion along the Mera Peak trek and helps you with navigating. Guides are also essential because they will help you in any emergencies and motivate you along the trail. Porters help you with your luggage along the route and thus are quite a help along the path.

Is altitude sickness common along the trail?

Yes, altitude sickness is quite common as it is a high-altitude trek along with a summit climb. Hence, acclimatization and regular hydration are essential to tackle altitude sickness along trails. Besides that, you should trek at a gentle pace and not gain more than 600m in altitude on a trekking day. You should hydrate regularly with at least 3-4 litres of water per day. Diamox tablets are also helpful to reduce symptoms of altitude sickness.

What is the visa cost for Nepal, and how to obtain them?

The Nepal visa cost is $30, $50, and $125 for 15, 30, and 90-days, respectively. Travellers can get the visa on arrival at Tribhuvan International airport. You need to fill forms, documents, along with passport size photos and other formalities.

What are the tipping costs of the guide and the porter?

You can tip around $5 per day for a guide and $2 to $4 per day for a porter. You can tip approximately $10 per day for a guide and $5 per day for a porter if you are group trekking.

Is travel insurance essential for this trip?

Travel insurance is essential as they cover injuries, accidents, flight delays, evacuations, and others. You must ensure that the travel insurance covers an altitude of 4000m and above.

Can you take your electronic gadgets, including cameras, phones, and others?

Yes, you can take a phone, camera, and others during your trek. You can also take solar chargers or Power banks to charge. Some tea houses also offer electronic charging at an added cost.

Is an oxygen cylinder required during the Mera Peak ski expedition?

An oxygen cylinder is not required for the ski expedition as it is not a high-altitude trek. However, there are emergency oxygen facilities in case of any emergency.

Are there mobile connections and internet services during the Mera Peak trek?

Yes, mobile connections and the internet are generally available in lower regions along the trail. The 3G services by NTC and NCell are pretty handy. Wi-Fi services in the Everest region are available at an additional cost in some of the teahouses.

Is Nepal safe for women?

Nepal is a safe country for women. However, if you are a female traveller, it is ideal to avoid shorts and sleeveless while travelling to remote parts of the country. People are conservative, and this will save you from prying eyes. A proper background check is essential before you hire any guides and porters for your trek. Besides that, you should not trek after dark to be safe.

What are the emergency protocols during the trek?

Our team members are well equipped with first aid facilities. They can handle any emergency conditions. Furthermore, There are helicopter evacuation facilities in case of any requirements.

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