Island Peak for the majestic views imaginable


1.The most popular trekking peak and climbing expedition in Nepal.

2.Thrilling adventure of small mountain flight from Kathmandu to Lukla.

3.Guided by expert, friendly and helpful local Sherpa guide and porter.

4.Exploration of Sherpa culture, tradition, religion and life style.

5.Combined the popular trekking route to Everest Base Camp and Kalapatthar summit.


Island Peak climbing with Everest Base Camp trekking is a wonderful adventurous trip. As viewed form Dingboche, the peak appears as island in a sea of ice, that’s how it was named as Island Peak in 1953 by the members of British Mount Everest Expedition.  The local name of the peak is Imja Tse. It is isolated in Chhukung valley. It is an ideal peak to begin mountaineering over 8000m.

Island peak climb & trek is the second busiest trekking destination after Annapurna region. This trek and climb leads through many traditional Sherpa village famous as mountaineers and warm hospitality and has been a high altitude guides since last five decades. This peak was first ascended in 1953 by a British team as preparation for climbing Everest. The Island peak climb is straight forward with some technical section in the beginning and near to the summit, where our expert guides will make necessary arrangement to make the climb safe and possible.

Island Peak climbing draws thousands of climbers and trekkers to Everest region yearly due to fairly technical but still most accessible climbing peak of Nepal. Our Island peak expedition begins from Lukla after the short panoramic flight from Kathmandu and then following the popular trek route to Everest Base Camp and Kalapatthar. Once at the top, you will find that all the hard work was worth it as you will have wonderful panoramic vistas of many Himalayan giants, including Mt. Everest, the immense face of Lhotse and the elegant pyramid of Ama Dablam. The rewarding return journey is via the main Everest trail with pristine Sherpa village, welcoming and comfortable teahouses and lodges, yummy cuisine, serene monasteries….

These three weeks highly recommended trekking and climbing adventure in Nepal is becoming very popular every year. Such a massive glance of the Himalayan peaks can create in you a pleasant wave of internal felicity.


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