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Island Peak Climb with Everest Base Camp Trek

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Package name Island Peak Climb with Everest Base Camp Trek
Duration 19
Max. elevation 6189 m
Level Advance
Transportation <p>Private Car, flight<br></p>
  • 3 Nights 3* Hotel
  • 13 Nights Best Available Tea House
  • 2 Nights Single Tented Camp
Trip route Lukla-Namche-Dingboche-Everest Base Camp-Chukung-Ispald peak Climbing--Lukla
Cost USD 2,399 per person



Island Peak Climbing with Everest Base Camp Trek

Island peak climbing with Everest Base Camp Trek is a combined trek for the adventure. you can get both experience Nepal Trekking and Peak Climbing. There is no chance that you will skip one for the other visit. The mesmerizing trip will lead you to the mountain climbing experience and trek. Nestled in the majestic Himalayas, Everest Base Camp and Island Peak offer an unequaled adventure for mountaineering suckers. Combining the admiration-inspiring trip to Everest Base Camp with the exhilarating ascent of Island Peak, this passage promises a unique and unforgettable experience. For centuries explorers and mountaineers had been fascinated by the Himalayas with their stunning peaks and awe-ful landscapes.

Among these giants, Mount Everest stands as the pinnacle of human achievement and encourages adventurers from around the globe. The trek to Everest Base Camp, a legendary expedition, allows trekkers to experience the journey to the top of the tallest mountain in the world. In this composition, we will claw into the details of this extraordinary adventure, exploring the challenges, prices, and essential medications for embarking on the Everest Base Camp with Island Peak Climbing passage.

The Everest Base Camp Trek

It is the culmination of weeks of hard work, perseverance, and unshakable spirit to reach Everest Base Camp. From where they stand at an altitude of 5,364 meters (17,598 feet above sea level the trekkers encounter a world of ice and rock that is extraordinary in its beauty. This moment is truly awe-inspiring, the sight of the towering Khumbu Icefall, the sound of the cracking glaciers, and the fact that they are standing at the very spot where legendary mountaineers have set out to conquer the highest peak in the world. The trip begins in Lukla, a small city in the Khumbu region of Nepal. From Lukla, pedestrians embark on a 12-day journey to Everest Base Camp.

The trail meanders through graphic Sherpa town, rhododendron timbers, and stirring mountain geographies. Pedestrians will pass through Namche Bazaar, a vibrant Sherpa city, and Tengboche Monastery, a sacred Buddhist point with stunning views of Mount Everest and its neighboring peaks. As pedestrians lift advanced, the challenges increase due to the altitude and rugged terrain. Adapting duly is pivotal, allowing the body to acclimate to the dwindling oxygen situation. Rest days are incorporated into the diary, icing pedestrians have enough time to acclimate and help altitude-related ails. The trip isn't without its difficulties, but the price of reaching Everest Base Camp and standing in the shadow of the world's loftiest peak is beyond compare.

Island Peak a Mountaineer's Dream

Having conquered Everest Base Camp, the adventure continues with the ascent of Island Peak (Imja Tse). Island Peak stands ready for those seeking a bigger challenge. Rising to an elevation of 6,189 measures( 20,305 bases), Island Peak offers an instigative occasion for neophyte rovers to gain mountaineering experience while enjoying stirring views of the Everest region. Climbing Island Peak requires specialized chops similar to using crampons, ice axes, and ropes. previous mountaineering experience is salutary, but not obligatory, as endured attendants give training and support throughout the rise. In the heart of the Everest Region. Island Peak is a dream for mountain climbers because it offers an opportunity to experience technical climbing. It is not only physical strength but also technical skills such as crampons, ice axes, and ropes that must be mastered to conquer this peak. The route to the peak traverses a glacier, steep snow pitches, and a grueling rocky crest. The final drive to the peak is physically demanding but immensely satisfying, offering panoramic lookouts of towering peaks, including Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam.

Best time to Climb Island peak

Island Peak is best suited to climb during the spring season from March to May to the autumn Season from September to mid-November in any given year. The weather during these times in the Himalayan region and most of the places in Nepal remains stable which is the perfect time for any Adventure Activity. These seasons have an ideal climate and weather for the Island peak and many more peaks around Nepal. Any peak you want to climb like Mera peak climbing or Lobuche peak climbing. Similarly, in the Annapurna Region, Pisang Peak Climbing, Chulu West Climb, Chulu East Climb, and many more peak climbing are very popular. Before you want to climb High Mountains.

Island Peak Climbing Difficulty

Island peak climbing Difficulty is classified as moderately difficult to achieve the summit. This trip will take 14 to 18 days to complete depending upon the alternative route, which only about Two days is segregated for Climbing. The height of the Island peak is 6,189m/20,305ft at the summit. The trip starts from Lukla and heads to the popular spout or village Namche Bazar. There is every facility available like nice Restaurants, hotels, Pub, Bar, pool houses, bakeries and many more. After that, the path is heading to Tengboche. In Tengboche, there is one of the oldest monasteries and they ruin the biggest festival.

Usually, Island peak Climbing and trekking leads to Everest Base Camp and back to Chhukung, if you do this it will be more worthwhile for Acclimatization and will be helpful. After Chhukung the path leads to the island's peak base camp and High camp then the summit. So, peak climbing difficulty is always uphill in high elevations and it depends on your preparation for hiking and trekking.

Accommodation in Island Peak Climbing

Accommodation in the Island peak climb with the EBC will be in Comfortable Hotels run by local families unless people specify a preference for tents. Every guest house has a central area with a stove while the bedrooms are unheated with two beds and mattresses, Blankets, and pillows. You will need to bring a sleeping Bag.

Most of the lodges generally have Showers that are powered by gas and some use solar heaters. Food on the Everest trek is very good and excellent and a mixture of Local Nepali Sherpa with Western recipes. Burgers and chips are common meals called Dal Bhat comes with Lentil soup, rice, pickles, Papad, veg curry, or meat curry as your choice are available. You will find everything in your trekking route from Pastries to Beer and deep-fried Mars bar or sneakers to chocolate pudding.

After Chhukung while you are heading to Island Peak base camp there will only camping is a possibility. We will be taking mountain tents sleeping two people in one tent bring a 4-season Sleeping bag and also a good quality sleeping mat. Porters take these kinds of stuff for your dream to be fulfilled.

Usually, the porters carry your main bag up to a maximum weight of 15 kilograms and cater to all the groups' needs. You will have two guides with you one is a trekking Guide and another is a Climbing Guide with you to ensure you are safe and happy to complete your thought.

Cost of Island Peak Climbing

Island peak Climbing cost depends on your stay in Kathmandu and luxury Hotels in the mountains like Lukla, Phakding, Namche Bazar, Pangpoche, and some other places. Normally, if you stay 3-star category hotel in Kathmandu and a normal Tea house lodge in the Trekking area it will cost $2320 per person.

Island Peak Climb with Everest Base Camp Trek is the most popular trekking in Nepal. And the price for peak climbing is so reasonable and affordable with Adventure A One Trek. The price of an Island peak climb with Everest Base Camp trek is cheap price and quality service is provided by our Trekking Company. We can also customize your itinerary and make it a short trip so that the entire trek will be available at a cheap cost.

Island Peak Permit Cost

The Climbing Island peak is very popular in Nepal and they wanted to do this before some higher mountain climbs like Amadablam, Pumori, or any higher mountain till Mount Lhotse and Mount Everest. Everest Island peak climbing permit cost ranges from USD 250/- per person depending upon different seasons and is issued by NMA (Nepal Mountaineering Association) with the local area permit for trekking costs $30/- per person. Nowadays they ask the rural development committee also Charge two thousand Nepali rupees (NRS. 2,000/-) to enter the Solukhumbu District. Island Peak is called by local people Imja Tse. It is a moderately easy peak by alpine standard most sought climbing in Nepal. 

Island peak climbing via Everest Base Camp trek

In the beginning, people thought of reaching the Everest Base camp, and some people dreamed of climbing the peak in Nepal. Everest Base Camp with Island Peak is the best choice who want to do both Everest Base Camp and Island Peak Climb. This Island peak climbing via Everest Base Camp is the most popular destination for Nepal Adventure Activity. We also advise you to trek through Everest first because it will provide you with much-needed acclimatization and rest days that will make your trek successful.

What Should Be Taken into Account to Get Well Prepared for This Trek?

For a well-prepared and pleasant experience, the following points should be taken into account.

• The basic component of any trekking adventure is a sturdy backpack. It must be sturdy, light, and capable of carrying everything it needs. To ensure the correct fit for long walks, check out a backpack that has an adjustable strap and good back support.

• The investment in walking boots is crucial because they provide all the support and traction needed to walk through a variety of landscapes. To keep your feet dry and comfortable throughout the journey, opt for boots that are waterproof and breathable. To prevent blisters and discomfort, you must break in your boots before the expedition.

• A winter jacket is necessary to fight the cold temperatures that take place at high altitudes. It offers excellent insulation, which makes packing easy because it's light and compressible. The heat layer helps to regulate human body temperature and provides extra warmth where necessary, such as base layers or fleece jackets.

• The protection of your legs is essential, so you must have a pair of gloves. For handling gear, look for gloves that are waterproof, windproof, and offer good dexterity. It is also essential to have a hat covering the ears and protecting your face from the sun. To protect your eyes from the harsh sun's rays and the glare of snow, you should wear UV glasses.

• For an enjoyable night's rest in the mountains, it is indispensable that a high-quality sleeping bag be suitable for subzero temperatures. Choose a sleeping bag that is comfortable, flexible, and has the right temperature level in place for anticipated conditions.

• It is very important to ensure the suitability of a high-quality sleep pack for subzero temperatures to have a good night's rest in the mountains. To ensure that the temperature at which anticipated conditions will be established is correctly set, choose a sleeping bag with comfort, flexibility, and sufficient warmth.

• For any adventure in the wild, it's important to have a complete First Aid kit. Important items such as bandages, antibacterial ointments, pain relievers, blister therapy, and any medicine for their use should be included. To ensure a secure and clean drinking water supply on the road, tablets of water purification are essential. A quick and easily accessible food source during a long hike is high-energy snacks, such as granola bars or trail mixes.

For a successful Everest Base Camp expedition with the climbing of Island Peak, you must pack your clothing and equipment properly. When choosing gear, it is important to pay more attention to durability, comfort, and functionality. Explorers can navigate the challenges of their journey with ease, focusing on embracing incredible experiences and beautiful views that await them in the Nepal Himalayas by being well-equipped with appropriate equipment.

Trip Itinerary

Day 1 : Arrival in Kathmandu (1334m./4376ft.)

Upon your arrival at Kathmandu International Airport, the Adventure A One Trek representative will welcome you and will help you to transfer to the hotel. You can then take a good rest in the hotel. Later you can explore around yourself if interested. 

Day 2 : Early morning Drive to Ramechhap and Fly to Lukla (20 minutes/ 2800m./ 9186ft) and trek to Phakding (2610m. /8500ft./4/5 hours trekking).

Early Morning around 2 o'clock start the drive from Kathmandu to Ramechhap, it takes around 5 hours to reach then upon your flight schedule flight to Lukla. At Lukla, meet the porters before starting the trek. The route to Phakding is easy. Just keep your eyes open as the finest views of Kusum Kanguru can be collected. Phakding is a small settlement on the Dudh Koshi river bank. Enjoy a comfortable night's stay at the Phakding teahouse.

Day 3 : Trek to Namche Bazar (3440m./11286ft./ 5/6 hours trekking).

Start the day with a good breakfast. Get into Monjo then enter Sagarmatha National Park- the home to the greatest Himalayan flora and faunas. The dense forest of blue pine, deodar, rhododendron, and more. On a clear day, you can also catch the first glimpse of Mount Everest on the way up to Namche Bazar. With six hours of trek, you will be reaching Namche Bazar- which is also famous as the Sherpa capital. Namche is the home of famous mountaineers. You will be staying two nights at Namche before heading up. 

Day 4 : Hike to Everest viewpoint (2 hours hike/3780m./12401ft.) and Namche Bazar exploration.

After breakfast, you will be hiking up to the Everest viewpoint to collect the 360 views of the mountains. The viewpoint offers stunning views of the Himalayas including Mount Everest. Later in the afternoon, you can explore Namche Bazar or have a good rest in your hotel. 

Day 5 : Trek to Tengboche (3800m./12467ft./4/5 hours trekking)

After spending two amazing nights at Namche Bazaar, you will be trekking Tengboche on this day. The route to Tengboche is fascinating as it covers the greatest views of Everest, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, and more. Tengboche is the village with the biggest Buddhist monastery in Everest. Make sure to visit Tengboche monastery. Later in the evening, you can collect a greater view of the sunset in the Himalayas. The overnight will be at a local teahouse.

Day 6 : Trek to Dingboche (4410m./14468ft.. 4-5 hours trekking).

Start the hiking after breakfast. The route to Dingboche is mostly uphill where you will be crossing several suspension bridges and local villages. One of the best villages you cross on the day is Pangboche village which offers the greater views of Mount Ama Dablam. Occasionally, this section offers the spotting of snow leopards and Himalayan musk deer too. Located at 4410 meters above sea level, Dingboche is a small settlement, where you will be spending two nights. 

Day 7 : Hike to Nagarjun Hills (5000m./16404ft./2 hours hike).

After breakfast, take a short hike to Nagarjun Hills. It is the vintage point to collect the best views of Mount Amadablam, Lhotse, Labuche, and more. Then retrace back to the lodge and spend the day taking a good rest. 

Day 8 : Trek to Labuche (4910m./16108ft./ 4-5 hours trekking).

Enter the valley of dusted snowed grasslands, you can enjoy the greater views of Amadablam, Lhotse, Pumori, and more along the way. Labuche today’s overnight place is a small Sherpa settlement with few teahouses around. Take a good sleep with the excitement of getting to Everest base camp the next day. 

Day 9 : Trek to Everest base camp(5364m./17598ft.) via Gorakshep and back Gorakshep. (5140m./16863ft./7/8 hours trekking).

On the most exciting day, you will first trek to Gorakshep for three hours. You will then have your lunch there. Post lunch, leave your bag packs and start the hike to Everest base camp with some essentials (a day pack, water, a camera, and some chocolates). It takes ninety minutes to get to base camp from Gorakshep. Enjoy the moments, collect the memories, and leave a footprint at Everest base camp. Then retrace back to Gorakshep for the night. 

Day 10 : Hike to Kalapathar (5,545m./18182ft.) and trek to Chukung(4,725 m/15501ft./ 5/6 hours’ trek).

Early morning, get to Kalapatthar to collect the best sunrise view. Kalapatthar is the better place to see the closer views of Mount Everest. Collecting the sunrise view at Kalapatthar is the best experience of the whole trek. You will then get back to Gorakshep for the breakfast. Then you will be starting your journey towards Chukung. You will be following the same way back to get to Lobuche then the route diverts to Chukung there onwards. You will be spending your night at one of the many teahouses at Chukung. 

Day 11 : Trek to Island Peak Base Camp (4,965 m/16289ft./4/5 hours’ trek).

After spending a wonderful night at Chukung, you will be heading to the Island base camp this day. The route is full of exciting mountain views. Upon arriving at the Island base camp, your guide will be setting the tent for the night. You can enjoy the exciting views of the Himalayas from there. You will be spending your night at a tented camp. 

Day 12 : Rest day and preparation for the climb.

The day is dedicated to acclimatization. On a free day, you will be taking some pre-climbing training. You can then take a good rest in your free time. 

Day 13 : Climbing day to the summit of Island peak (6,189m / 20,305 ft /8/9 hours.)

The biggest day of the trip. You will be starting early morning, following the snow-covered glacier and avoiding the crevasses, the climb progresses northwards over the snow-covered area between a glacier facing the ridge. Then continues through the stone and icefall to a steep snow route to take to the top of Island Peak where your dream meets reality. From the top of the Island, you can enjoy the fantastic views of Mt. Everest 8,848 m, Lhotse 8,501 m, Mt. Amadablam 6,856 m, Mt. Makalu 8, 463 m, Chamlang, and Baruntse peaks. Then after you will be retracing back to base camp for the night.

Day 14 : Trek to Pangboche (3,900 m/ 12795ft./5/6 hours’ trek).

With a successful climbing experience of Island Peak, today you will be trekking back to Pangboche via Chhukung for the night. The route offers greater views of the high Himalayas all the way.  You will be staying overnight at Pangboche- which is a wonderful village with greater views of the Himalayas. You will be spending your night at a local teahouse. 

Day 15 : Trek to Namche Bazaar (3,440m /11286ft./5/6 hours’ trek).

The route now looks familiar as you will be taking the same route back. Following the Tengboche, with the greater views of mountains and occasional encounters with wildlife, you will be retracing back to Namche Bazar for the night. You are now in the exciting bazaar with good food, restaurants, and cafes around. You will be spending your night at a local teahouse. 

Day 16 : Trek to Lukla (5/6 hours’ trek).

On the final day of the trek. You will be first retracing back to Phakding following the same route. Furthermore, from Phakding, you will be trekking back to Lukla for the night. In the evening, you can join a farewell dinner with your trekking team as you will be saying goodbye to most of the members except the guide.

Day 17 : Scenic flight back to Kathmandu (30 minutes’ flight) and free time.

After collecting all the greatest memories of the trek, today you will be flying back to Kathmandu. From Kathmandu airport, you will be transferred to the hotel where you can take a relaxing rest. 

Day 18 : Final departure

With all the finest memories, today you will be flying to your next destination. Our representative will be transferred to Kathmandu airport. With the hope of seeing you again in Nepal, we will be saying bye for this time. 


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