Island Peak Climbing: 20 Days

"Adventure on top Famous and Stunning Island Peak summit facing Glorious Panorama"
Good to Know
  • Duration 20 Days
  • Difficulty Level Difficult
  • Max. Altitude 6160.00m
  • Group Size 2+
  • Trip Starts Kathmandu
  • Trip Ends Kathmandu
  • Group Style Group and Private
  • Activities Trekking, Climbing And Cultural Excursion
  • Best Season Sept to Nov and March to May


Imja Tse, also known as Island Peak, is a peak located in the Sagarmatha National Park in eastern Nepal. The peak was named Island Peak by members of the British Mount Everest Expedition in 1953 because it looks like an island in an ice ocean from Dingboche.

Some of the major highlights of the Island Peak expedition are mentioned below:

  • Island Peak climbing offers amazing panoramic views of the majestic Himalayan peaks, including Everest (8,848.86 m/29 031.69 ft.), Lhotse (8,516 m/27,940 ft.), Nuptse (7,861 m/25,791 ft.), and several more tall summits. The magnificent panoramas from the summit make the ascent even more worthwhile.
  • Trekking through the picturesque Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site: The route to Island Peak begins with a hike through the beautiful Sagarmatha National Park. This protected area is known for its unique flora and fauna, which includes rhododendron woods, unusual wildlife such as snow leopards and musk deer, and a wide range of bird species.
  •  As you trek to higher elevation, you will travel through various Sherpa communities, giving you the opportunity to learn about the Sherpa culture and their great hospitality. You get the better opportunitites to interact with the locals, visit monasteries, and learn about their culture and traditions.
  • The summit of Island Peak lies at an elevation of 6,189 meters. The ascent to the mountain is challenging but rewarding, and the views from the summit are truly stunning.
  • Island Peak is a technically challenging climb that necessitates fundamental mountaineering skills such as the use of crampons, an ice axe, and ropes. The route includes glaciers, steep snow slopes, and a difficult headwall. It provides a wonderful opportunity for climbers to put their talents to the test while gaining vital climbing experience.

Advantage of Booking Island Peak climbing with Trekking Planner Nepal

  • Private vehicles pick up and drop off passengers at all airports.
  • First-aid kit box and first aid services.
  • Trekking Planner’s down jackets, t-shirt, and cap, if necessary.
  • Arrangement of emergency evacuation service (you should have insurance for emergency evacuation, which will be paid for by your travel insurance company).
  • We use an oximeter to check your pulse, oxygen saturation, and heart rate, and we provide oxygen cans according to the request.
  • Sim cards are provided by our company for travelers, so there won’t be any networking issues.
  • We provide climbing gears on rent according to the demand of the clients.

Introduction: Island Peak Climbing

Island Peak Climbing is one of the most famous and popular mountains in the Himalayan range and leads you to an exciting adventure full of thrills on top of 6,160 m (20,328 ft.) high, where you can catch a sweeping panorama of the whole Khumbu Himal and beyond with Mt. Everest (8,848m)Mt. Lhotse (8,516 m)Mt. Nuptse (7,855m)Mt. Pumori (7,161 m)Amadablam (6,812 m)Kangtenga (6,782 m)Tharmarserku (6,623 m)Kwangde (6,011 m), and towards the world’s 5th highest Mt. Makalu (8,463 m) with Lobuje Peak (6,119 m) and Pokhalde Peak (5,806 m)

Island Peak, also known by the local name "Imjatse Himal" as listed in the NMA (Nepal Mountaineering Association), is situated in the middle of scenic Imja Tse Valley within Everest Region and the high Khumbu Himal range. The name Island is due to its perfect location. Island peak climbing can be done by adventurous people, from beginners to hardy mountaineers.

Island Peak Climbing grade is PD+ (Per Difficult), taken from the French and Swiss Alpine Climb Classification System as used worldwide. On this alpine style of day climb, there is a straightforward ascent to the summit with some technical effort required, and all climbers have to be properly equipped. Our highly professional guides lead you to the top and safely back after conquering the summit of Island Peak, making you feel in high spirits with an adventure of a lifetime experience.

Starting with the flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and then walking past lovely and impressive Sherpa cultural villages of Buddhist religion and then with rest and acclimatization days at Namche Bazaar before heading higher terrain of Everest Base Camp and then return back towards to Chhukung beforesummiting the Island Peak.

Walking into nice, cool alpine woodland and soon leaving the tree lines for remorseless fields of ice and glaciers at Everest Base Camp, we have included Everest Base Camp and the climb of Kalapatthar to make this trip more enjoyable with enough acclimatization before the ascent of Island Peak summit.

After Everest Base Camp, we headed towards the beautiful Imja Tse valley for the great climb on top of Island Peak with the full support of our team of staff and guides. After a successful climb, we headed back to Lukla for the panoramic flight to Kathmandu with overwhelming adventure and long-lasting memories of Island Peak Climbing.

Speciality of Island Peak Climbing?

Island Peak Climbing is a popular adventure travel itinerary that combines two famous Himalayan experiences: trekking to Everest Base Camp and climbing Island Peak.

Here are some of the reasons on why Island Peak Climbing with Everest Base Camp Trek:

  • Island Peak is an excellent method to explore the Everest Region. The trail takes you through some of the most beautiful landscapes of the world, including the Khumbu Valley, the Solu Khumbu region, and the Everest Massif.
  • Combining the Everest Base Camp Trek with Island Peak Climbing allows you to spend more time in the spectacular Himalayan Region.
  • You can completely appreciate the natural beauty, explore varied landscapes, and enjoy the tranquility of the mountains.
  • An opportunity to disengage from the hectic world and actually connect with nature.
  • Trekkers can immerse yourself in the local Sherpa communities by combining the Everest Base Camp Trek with Island Peak Climbing.
  • Trekkers can connect with the Sherpa people, visit monasteries, and learn more about their way of life with a distinct flavor.
  • Reaching the summit of Island Peak (6,189m/20,305ft) is a major accomplishment in and of itself.
  • Combining it with the Everest Base Camp Trek allows you to complete two important milestones in a single expedition. 
  • Island Peak Climbing is an excellent choice for an amazing adventure in the Nepal Himalayas. It is a challenging but rewarding experience you'll never forget.

Is Island Peak Climbing a right choice for trekkers and climbers?

Island Peak Climbing is an excellent choice for a fantastic adventure in the Nepal Himalayas. It is a challenging but rewarding experience you will never forget. For the Island Peak, you necessitate a high degree of fitness. 

The climb to Everest Base Camp entails several days of walking, frequently on rugged and mountainous terrain. Climbing steep slopes and crossing glaciers adds more physical difficulty to Island Peak Climbing. Before engaging in these activities, you must be healthy and regularly exercise. Also, you need to train yourself more for a better trek experience.

Your degree of experience. The Everest Base Camp Trek with Island Peak Climbing may not be suitable for inexperienced mountaineers. Before attempting the climb, you should prepare yourself in different aspects. Both your body and mental health should be prepared.

Island Peak expedition is a new degree of adventure and complexity. If you want an adrenaline rush, appreciate the excitement of mountaineering, and want to test your limitations, combining the two hobbies can be for you. 

If you're considering doing the Island Peak, you are strongly advised to prepare physically and mentally and assess the essential tips before you embark on the trek.

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How to prepare for Island Peak Climbing?

Island Peak necessitates meticulous planning as well as proper physical and mental preparation. Here are some important steps Trekking Planner Nepal shares you to help you prepare for this difficult adventure:

Physical Stamina

  • Start a routine of exercise to increase your cardiovascular fitness, endurance, and strength. Hiking, trekking, jogging, cycling, and stair climbing are all good options.
  • As you'll be trekking over uneven terrain and climbing steep slopes, focus on developing lower-body strength. Squats, lunges, and calf lifts should all be included.
  • Carry a backpack of increasing weight to imitate the burden you'll be carrying on the walk.

Trekking Adventure

  • If you are new to trekking, you should start your journey with shorter treks or hikes around your neighborhood to acquire a feel for walking on different terrain and getting used to carrying a backpack.
  • Increase the length and complexity of your hikes gradually to build stamina and adapt to varied altitudes.
  • As the higher elevation challenges you with different aspect like weather, altitude, lack of facilities you should be prep prepared for the unseen circumstances.

Acclimatization to Altitude

  • Understand the dangers and symptoms of altitude sickness, such as headache, nausea, dizziness, and shortness of breath. Learn how to identify and handle these symptoms.
  • Plan your schedule with adequate acclimatization days to allow your body to gradually acclimate to increasing altitudes.
  • Maintain a calm and steady pace throughout the hike, stay hydrated, and listen to your body. If you develop severe altitude sickness symptoms, you should immediately descend to a lower altitude.

Mountaineering Capabilities

  • Climbing Island Peak necessitates basic mountaineering skills. You need to learn how to use tools like crampons, ice axes, and ropes.
  • Learn the fundamentals of rope handling, knot tying, and glacier navigation. Practice these abilities with the help of a professional.

Gear and equipment

  • Invest in high-quality trekking and climbing equipment, such as comfortable hiking boots, layered clothes for changing climates, a warm sleeping bag, a backpack, trekking poles, and mountaineering equipment (crampons, ice axe, harness, helmet, and so on).
  • Before the journey, test and break in your gear to guarantee comfort and familiarity.

Preparation of the Mind to Positive State

  • Prepare your mind for the physical obstacles, long days of hiking, and potential hardships that may arise along the way.
  • Maintain a cheerful attitude, stay focused, and be open to new experiences and cultural differences.
  • To enhance your entire experience and create respectful interactions with the local community, research and learn about the local culture, traditions, and customs.

Permits and Travel

  • Obtain the essential licenses for the Island Peak Climb, including the Sagarmatha National Park permit, TIMS card, and Island Peak climbing permit. we will assist you in obtaining the necessary permits.
  • Remember to seek individualized advice from experienced trekking firms or mountaineering professionals to secure your safety throughout the adventure. Proper planning can improve your expedition.
  • Chances of having a successful and pleasurable Island Peak Climbing summit can increase after doing the Everest Base Camp Trek.

What is the best season or time for Island Peak Climbing?

The optimum time to trek to Everest Base Camp via Island Peak. Climbing is usually done in the spring and autumn, before and after the monsoon season. These seasons provide the best weather and trekking conditions. Still spring season is considered as the perfect season for climbing. The two primary trekking seasons are as follows:

Spring Season (March to May).

  • This is one of the finest seasons for trekking in the Everest Region.
  • The weather is mostly consistent, with warm temperatures throughout the day and colder temperatures at night.
  • The skies are clear, allowing you excellent visibility while admiring the breathtaking mountain views.
  • The pathways are bright and colorful, with rhododendrons and other wildflowers in bloom.
  • Since it is a busy season, expect some trekker traffic along the path.

 Autumn Season (September to November).

  • Another popular and favored season for Everest Base Camp Trek with Island Peak Climbing is autumn.
  • The weather is generally stable and clear, with pleasant daytime temperatures and chilly nights.
  • The sky are mainly clear, providing spectacular vistas of the Himalayan Ranges.
  • The paths are dry and well-defined, making for ideal trekking conditions.
  • Autumn is also a busy season, with a greater number of trekkers on the trail.
  • Both seasons have advantages, and your choice should be based on your personal interests and availability. It is essential to remember that weather patterns can change and that rain or snow showers can occur even during the favored seasons.
  • The Everest Region faces harsh freezing weather, significant snowfall, and few services along the trail during the winter months (December to February). This season is only for experienced climbers looking for a more challenging and isolated experience.

Climate and Weather around Island Peak

Depending on the season, the climate and weather of the Everest Region can vary dramatically. The Island Peak Climbing with Everest Base Camp Trek is best done in the spring (March to May) and Autumn (mid-September to November) seasons. The weather is normally consistent and clear during these times, with warm days and cool nights.

  • Spring (March to May): Spring is regarded as one of the greatest seasons for Trekking to Everest Base Camp and Climbing to Island Peak. The weather is generally mild, with moderate daytime temperatures and colder nighttime temperatures at higher altitudes. As the season develops, the days become warmer. Clear skies are expected, especially in the mornings, however clouds may begin to form in the afternoons. It's essential to remember that rain and snow are still possible, especially at higher elevations.
  • Summer/Monsoon (June to August): The Everest Region's summer months overlap with Nepal's monsoon season. The weather gets more erratic during this season, with frequent rain showers and gloomy conditions. The trails can turn wet and slippery, and avalanches are more likely in some spots. Visibility may be decreased, impairing panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. Trekking during this season can be difficult owing to the weather, but it is still achievable with adequate planning and safeguards.
  • Autumn (September to November): Another popular season for the Everest Base Camp Trip and tackling Island Peak. Clear skies and warm temperatures characterize the weather. Due to the ideal weather conditions, it is considered the peak season for hiking in the region. Days are normally warm and pleasant, with nights and higher altitudes being slightly cooler. During this season, visibility is exceptional, providing beautiful views of the mountains and landscapes.
  • Winter (December to February): The Everest Region has cold temperatures and snowfall during the winter. Temperatures can drop dramatically, especially at higher altitudes, and evenings can be bitterly cold. The trails may be snow-covered, making them more difficult to maneuver. However, if you are well-prepared and have adequate winter trekking equipment, you may still complete the walk. Winter brings quieter paths and beautiful snow-covered scenery, but it also demands extra caution and skill.

It is important to remember that weather in mountainous areas may be unpredictable, so check the latest weather forecasts and speak with local guides before going on the climb. Furthermore, altitude acclimatization is essential for this walk because you will be ascending to high altitudes where weather conditions can change quickly.

Local Culture and Tradition around Island Peak

During the Island Peak Climbing, trekkers will have the opportunity to interact with the local Sherpa people and learn about their unique culture and traditions. Here are some examples of local culture and traditions you may come across along the trail:

Sherpa Traditions

  • The Sherpas are an ethnic group from Nepal's Everest region who are well-known for their mountaineering abilities.
  • Sherpa culture is profoundly anchored in Tibetan Buddhism, and the road is littered with monasteries, prayer flags, and mani walls (stone walls carved with Buddhist mantras).
  • Sherpa culture includes a strong emphasis on environmental and natural preservation. They have a strong bond with the mountains and regard them as sacred.

Monasteries and Gompas

  • Several Buddhist gompas (monasteries) that are key religious and cultural sites for the Sherpa population can be found along the trek.
  • Tengboche Monastery is one of the most important monasteries in the region, with breathtaking views of Mount Everest and colorful religious festivities like Mani Rimdu.

Traditional Dress

  • The Sherpa people dress in distinctive traditional garb. Men typically wear a thick, woolen, long-sleeved jacket called a "doe," which is combined with slacks called "bakhu."
  • Women traditionally wear a brightly colored garment known as a "chuba," as well as a fancy apron and beaded accessories.

Sherpa Hospitality

  • The Sherpa people are well-known for their warmth and friendliness. They will frequently greet you with the customary greeting "Namaste" and make you feel welcome.
  • Along the trek, tea houses and lodges allow visitors to engage with Sherpa families, sample local cuisine, and learn about their way of life.

Festivals for Sherpa

  • If your journey coincides with Sherpa festivities like Losar (Tibetan New Year) or Mani Rimdu, you may get to see traditional dances, ceremonies, and celebrations.
  • With bright costumes, masked dances, and religious rites, these festivals provide a window into Sherpa culture. Sherpa Cooking:

Traditional Sherpa cuisine

  • Traditional Sherpa cuisine, such as dal bhat (lentil soup with rice), momo (dumplings), tsampa (roasted barley flour), and Sherpa stew, can be sampled throughout your walk.
  • In the frigid alpine climate, Sherpa butter tea (suja) is a popular beverage that gives warmth and vitality.
  • It is essential to respect the local Sherpa community's traditions, rituals, and holy places when engaging with them. Learning a few simple greetings and phrases in the local language (Sherpa or Nepali) can help establish positive friendships and cultural exchange. Engaging with the local culture gives a deep and important depth to your Island Peak Climbing adventure to Everest Base Camp.

Can we get Altitude sickness while Climbing island peak?

Altitude sickness, often known as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), is a dangerous disorder caused by rapidly ascending to high altitudes. AMS symptoms include headache, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, shortness of breath, and exhaustion, and can range from mild to severe. AMS can be fatal in severe circumstances.

The Island Peak Expedition is a high-altitude climb with a high risk of altitude sickness. The trek's highest point is 5,545 meters (18,192 feet) at Kala Patthar, and the Island Peak summit point is 6,189 meters (20,305 feet).

You can lower your risk of AMS by doing the following:

  • Acclimate slowly: This entails gradually increasing altitude over time.
  • Stay hydrated: This can help you stay hydrated and avoid dehydration, which can contribute to AMS.
  • Eat a nutritious diet: This will provide you with the energy you need to acclimate and climb safely.
  • Listen to your body's signals: If you begin to get AMS symptoms, quickly descend to a lower altitude.

If you do acquire AMS, there are several treatments available to help, including:

  • Dropping to a lower altitude as this is the most effective AMS treatment.
  • Using medicine to prevent and treat AMS.
  • Resting. Getting enough rest will aid your body's recovery from AMS.
  • If you are intending to do the Island Peak, you should be aware of the possibility of AMS and take precautions. 

Here are some extra altitude sickness prevention tips:

  • Don't push yourself too much. Pace yourself and take pauses as needed.
  • Avoid coffee and alcohol. These substances can dehydrate you, exacerbating the symptoms of AMS.
  • Put on sunscreen and sunglasses. Because the sun's rays are more intense at higher elevations, it is critical to shield oneself from the sun.
  • Recognize your symptoms. If you begin to have symptoms of AMS, quickly descend to a lower altitude.

Is Travel Insurance required for Island Peak Climbing?

Travel insurance is strongly advised and is mandatory before doung any peak or mountain expediton in Nepal tha included the Island Peak. Here's some information on travel insurance for such an adventure:

Coverage is Adequate.

  • Make certain that your travel insurance policy includes coverage for high-altitude trekking and climbing.
  • Examine the insurance to ensure that it covers medical expenses, emergency medical evacuation, trip cancellation or interruption, baggage loss or delay, and personal liability.
  • It is essential to read the policy terms thoroughly, including any altitude restrictions or exclusions.

Coverage at High Altitudes.

  • Check to see if your travel insurance policy specifically covers activities at the elevations you will be trekking and climbing, such as Everest Base Camp and Island Peak.
  • Some insurance companies may impose altitude restrictions or require extra coverage for activities over a specific elevation.

Medical Evacuation in an Emergency.

  • Make sure your insurance policy covers emergency medical evacuation, which can be pricey in remote mountainous areas.
  • Check to be sure the policy includes helicopter rescues and evacuations from high-altitude sites.

Existing Medical Conditions.

  • When acquiring travel insurance, disclose any pre-existing medical issues.
  • Some policies may exclude coverage for pre-existing conditions or charge an additional fee for additional coverage.

Coverage of Adventure Sports.

  • Because Island Peak Climbing requires technical climbing skills, be sure your insurance policy covers adventure sports and mountaineering activities.
  • Check to see if the policy covers climbing-related incidents or injuries, such as the usage of ropes, crampons, and ice axes.

Read the following Policy Terms and Conditions.

  • Examine the policy's terms, restrictions, and exclusions thoroughly.
  • Pay close attention to coverage limits, deductibles, claim procedures, and any unique filing requirements.

Provider of Travel Insurance.

  • Choose a trustworthy insurance company that has covered high-altitude hiking and climbing activities in the past.
  • Seek advice from other trekkers, travel firms, or climbers who have already completed comparable adventures.
  • Remember that travel insurance is an important part of vacation planning because it provides financial security and peace of mind in the event of unforeseen occurrences or crises. Make sure you have complete coverage that addresses the hazards and challenges of Island Peak Climbing and the Everest Base Camp Trek.

Accommodation at the trial of  Island qPeak?

The accommodation facilities available along the way to Everest Base Camp with Island Peak Climbing varies according to the place, altitude and the service you seeking for. You will be camping for 1- 2 days while peak climbing and rest of the days will stay in a teahouse.

Tea Houses/Lodges.
During the walk, tea houses are the most prevalent type of accommodation. They are modest, family-run lodges with simple facilities like a bed, blankets, and a common restroom. Tea houses also serve meals, including both local and international fare, making them an ideal place to rest and replenish. You might need to take extra sleeping bag with you as you will get cold above.

You need to camp at the Island Peak Base Camp and High Camp. So, you need to pre prepare for the altitude and the services you seek there may get limited. Also, the coverage of the network may not be stable there.

It's important to note that the trail's accommodations are minimal, and facilities may be limited in comparison to urban regions. Here are a few more things to think about:

  • Tea houses often offer twin-sharing accommodations with two beds per room. Single rooms may be offered for an extra fee in select locations, but they are subject to availability.
  • The more you ascend, the more primitive the facilities get. The amenities at Everest Base Camp and Island Peak Base Camp may get more basic as you approach them, with communal bathrooms and cooler temperatures.
  • To ensure warmth and comfort during the nights, it is recommended to bring a sleeping bag suitable for cold weather conditions.
  • Tea houses often fill up rapidly during high trekking seasons, so make early bookings if possible.
  • Keep in mind that access to electricity and hot water can be restricted, especially at higher elevations. Charging electronic devices may incur additional charges.

Trekking Planner Nepal can assist you in arranging lodging and providing information about the various possibilities available along the trail. It's best to be adaptable and understanding, enjoying the rustic charm of the accommodations while taking in the natural beauty of the surrounds.

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    Island Peak Climb and Everest Base Camp trekking provided with standard Itinerary days where some days walks can be shorter or longer as per your physical fitness, some designated overnight stops can change, due to available rooms and other facilities and etc…….

    We will follow the itinerary if its need to be changes in case of weather, landslides and difficulties on walks requiring more days where our leader and lead head guides decides holding full authority for Nepal Trekking Planner.

    • Accommodation3 Star Hotel
    • Mealswelcome Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time1350m/4430ft

    On the first arrival at the country’s international airport at Kathmandu meet Trekking Planner Nepal staff/guide for a short transfer in the hub of Kathmandu city at Thamel area, an interesting place where all needful items are found around in the shops and stores at Thamel.

    Check into your rooms after a rest then down a meeting place in the hotel lobby or foyer for group briefing where our guide or leader will provide you with information about the climb and treks with other necessary queries to make your stay with us more enjoyable, the evening includes group welcome dinner in a nice authentic Nepalese restaurant to get the taste of local cuisines with the local cultural program to entertainment while you enjoy dinner.

    Included accommodation on BB in Kathmandu (Hotel moonlight/Kathmandu Guest House/Apsara Boutique hotel)and standard meals (welcome Dinner)

    • Accommodation3 Star Hotel
    • MealsBreakfast
    • Max. Altitude/Time1350m/4430ft

    The morning after breakfast join the other groups for a briefing on Island Peak Climb and Trekking, our guide offers you useful important information regarding trekking/climbing and your stay in Nepal with us.

    After the briefing, depart from the hotel for an exciting tour around Kathmandu at places of great interest, Kathmandu city, and its valley are steeped with historical and religious monuments temples, and monasteries listed as World Heritage Sites.

    After an interesting tour afternoon is free to relax in preparation for Island Peak Climb and Everest Base Camp trekking.

    Briefing: Later in the afternoon, the whole group is briefed about the trekking. We are checking all the equipment for the trek. If something it’s not appropriate enough we can provide, rent or help to buy it here.

    Once all the equipment is checked and we are sure you go up there well dressed, we have the welcome dinner with the whole group.

    Included accommodation on BB in Kathmandu (Hotel moonlight/Kathmandu Guest House/Apsara Boutique hotel)and standard meals (Breakfast )

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time2780 m/9121 ft

    Starting early morning transfer to domestic airport for a short and scenic flight to Lukla, taking a smaller aircraft (Twin Otter or Dornier) during 30 minutes on air with an amazing panorama of the Himalayan series of peaks with Mt. Everest, as the plane lands on its unique uphill runways reaching at Tenzing & Hillary airport in Lukla.

    From here a slow start with a few hours of walks downhill past many Sherpa farm villages with well-tended crops and vegetable fields and terraces with occasional views of snowcapped peaks of Kwangde and Kusum Kanguru, and then reaching our first overnight stop of the trek at Phakding in the comfort of a nice and cozy lodge located by the raging Dudh Kosi River.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time3440 m/11287 ft

    Today with long uphill walk to reach at famous Namche Bazaar, starting with gradual walk following Dudh Kosi River upstream crossing few bridges to reach Sagarmatha National Park entrance near Monjo village.

    Sagarmatha for Everest in Nepalese while Sherpa calls Chomolungma (of Tibetan origin) in both languages means ‘Great Mother’, from here a pleasant walk on river bed then climb for few hours into forested trail with views of snow capped peaks, as this scenic walk reaches you at exciting Namche Bazaar.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time3440 m/11287 ft

    A rest day at Namche Bazaar for necessary acclimatization, before heading higher area an ideal spot for a free day at this height above 3,440 m high.

    In Namche spend the day with scenic hikes to viewpoints on top of Namche facing Mt. Everest-Amadablam and other ranges of peaks, afternoon explore the streets and shops, Namche holds a colorful and busy Saturday Market once a week.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time3850 m/12632 ft)

    From Namche walk leads on gradual scenic path with downhill to Imjatse River at Phunge-Tenga for lunch, afternoon uphill climb into rhododendron, pines, fir forest with grand views of snowcapped peaks.

    After few hours of climb/walk uphill reaching at Tengboche Monastery, enjoy marvelous views of Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Kangtenga, Thamasarku, Kwande with magnificent Amadablam, afternoon with time to visit its interesting monastery and observe monks and priest on prayer. Stay overnight in Tengboche.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time4280 m/14042 ft

    From Pheriche catching super panorama of mountains then head downhill within lush and green woodland to reach a metal bridge over Imjatse River, from here uphill to Pangboche, the last permanent Sherpa farm village before Island Peak and Everest base camp, as our walk leads to Somare for lunch with super views of Amadablam at close distance, and then heading on gradual path with short climb to reach at Pheriche windy valley for overnight stop.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time4280 m/14042 ft

    At Pheriche located above 4,240 m within beautiful valley views of Amadablam including Lhotse and stunning Taboche and Cholatse peaks, Pheriche with many good fine lodges here you can visit HRA (Himalayan Rescue Association) office with a small medical post.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time4910m/16109ft

    On leaving Pheriche walking on the valley end, and then with short climb to a ridge to reach at Thugla (Dugla), here trail from Pheriche valley and Dingboche joins towards Everest Base Camp.

    From Thugla stunning views of Taboche, Cholatse, Lobuche, Pumori, Amadablam, after a lunch break and rest climb leads up to terminal debris of Khumbu Glacier coming a across many memorials of unfortunate climbers died on mountain of Khumbu, from here continue walk to Lobuche for overnight stop.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time5180m/16995ft

    Today our adventure takes you at Everest Base Camp our main goal and highlight of the trip walking for few hours with short steep climb in between glacier and moraine, then reaching at Gorakshep, beneath lofty peak of Pumori and Kalapathar rocky hill.

    Walk continues towards Everest base camp, at base camp enjoy views of massive Khumbu Ice Fall and glaciers, after an exciting time with experience of a lifetime retrace the journey back to Gorakshep for overnight stop.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner

    Early morning climb on top Kalapathar at above 5,545 m, highest point on trekking with magnificent views of mountains includes Mt. Everest at close distance, after a great time on top descend back to Gorakshep for breakfast and continue walk to Thugla, from here downhill to Imjatse valley with nice scenic walk towards Dingboche in the comfort of nice cozy lodge for overnight stay.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner

    After an early morning breakfast from here uphill to Imjatse valley with nice scenic walk towards the last human settlement at Chhukung in the comfort of nice cozy lodge before Island Peak base camp. In the afternoon after lunch you can day hike up to Chhukung Peak.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationTented Camp
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner

    After a wonderful stop in cozy lodge at Chhukung, today onward for few days in tents camping for few nights till the climb is done, morning walk leads to our main highlight and goal to Island Peak base camp located in a scenic spot at Parshya Gab, here setting our camps with afternoon free to practice climbing with our expert guide.

    Included Tented camp and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationTented Camp
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time5,400 m/17716 ft

    Real thrill and adventure starts heading higher to establish a high or advance camp above 5,400 m high, to make the climb much accessible and shorter, morning leaving the base camp towards high camp climb above moraine towards an open gully, located between two well defined ridges to reach at high camp beneath a small hanging glacier above 5,400 m high.

    Here with time in the afternoon for final preparations for the big climb next early morning.

    Included Tented camp and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time6,189 m/20305ft

    Starting very early before the breaking of dawn where the climb begins to reach the top of the Island peak above 6,160 m / 20,328 ft high with PD + grade as taken from the French and Swiss Alpine Climbing System, as our guide leads you across a broad open gully, following snow-covered glacier, avoiding serac and crevasses climbing northwards over snow covered scree in the margin between glaciers facing a top ridge.

    The climb continues crossing a gully with some stone with icefall danger, a steep snow and ice ramp leads you above 100 meters high (300 ft) to reach its main summit, as a strenuous climb takes you to top our final and major highlight of the adventure.

    Enjoy the views and success of a lifetime experience as your great dreams are accomplished with a great successful climb facing an awesome panorama of giant peaks with Mt. Everest 8,848 m, Lhotse 8,501 m, Mt. Amadablam 6,856 m, Mt. Makalu 8, 463 m, Chamlang, and Baruntse peaks, after a great climb feeling in high spirit descend safely on the same route back to base camp.

    Every member and staff should be at base camp on this day to clean up the garbage to hand over to designated SPPC personnel (Sagarmatha Pollution Project Control). Trek to Chhukung for an overnight stay.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time3440m/11287ft

    After getting organized our return route leads towards Imjatse valley with scenic views as walk proceeds towards Dingboche to reach at Tengboche for lunch break.

    From Tengboche walk downhill with short up to reach at Namche Bazaar with grand views of Everest and Amadablam includes other close peaks then reaching at Namche for overnight stop after a pleasant walk of short ups and downs.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • AccommodationLodge/Guest House
    • MealsBreakfast + Lunch + Dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time2828m/9279ft

    Our last day walk of the great adventure, morning starts with long descend towards Sagarmatha National Park entrance at Monjo village and then crossing a long bridge to reach at Phakding.

    From Phakding towards Lukla as walk leads ups and downhill with last climb of an hour to reach at Lukla for last overnight stop in Khumbu and Everest region.

    Included standard accommodation and  meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

    • Accommodation3 star hotel
    • MealsBreakfast
    • Max. Altitude/Time1350m/4430ft

    From Lukla an early morning flight to Kathmandu with panorama of mountains views all the way to Kathmandu, at Kathmandu domestic airport our staff transfers you back into your hotel with free afternoon to relax after a great and wonderful time on Everest Base Camp Trekking.

    Included accommodation on BB in Kathmandu (Hotel moonlight/Kathmandu Guest House/Apsara Boutique hotel)and standard meals (Breakfast )

    • Accommodation3 star hotel
    • MealsBreakfast and Farewell dinner
    • Max. Altitude/Time1350m/4430ft

    Today a free day in Kathmandu reserved as extra day in case of flight delay and cancellation in Lukla, due to unfavorable bad weather conditions which can occur sometimes as Himalaya weather can be unpredictable.

    If all goes well as per our guideline set itinerary, one can enjoy this day relaxing or with individual extra activities or book for another exciting tour around Kathmandu at places of great interest.

    Included accommodation on BB in Kathmandu (Hotel moonlight/Kathmandu Guest House/Apsara Boutique hotel)and standard meals (Breakfast )

    • MealsBreakfast

    Your last day in Nepal, country of Himalayan wonders and as per your international flight time depart for homeward bound or to next respective connecting destinations. Our staff or guide transfer you to Kathmandu airport after a mesmerizing memory and great adventure on Island Peak Climb with Everest Base Camp Trekking.

    Included standard meals (Breakfast ) and Tea/Coffee

    Not satisfied with this regular itinerary? Make your own.

    Trip Map
    Island Peak Climbing: 20 Days Map
    What's Included
    •  All airport pick up drop off by private vehicle (for both international and domestic flights).
    •  Welcome dinner in an authentic restaurant and farewell dinner.
    •  04 night twin/double shearing deluxe accommodation with breakfast at three star hotel in Kathmandu.
    •  Guided sightseeing tours in Kathmandu with privet vehicle (entrance fees are extra).
    •  Kathmandu to Lukla to Kathmandu flight with airport departure tax.
    •  National Park entrance fee, Trekking Permit and Climbing Permit.
    •  Climbing Equipment and expenses for 03 days during the climbing time.
    •  A highly experience, helpful, knowledgeable, friendly, English speaking, well-trained, Government license holding guide/climbing Sherpa. Price includes his salary, food, drinks, accommodation, transport and insurance.
    •  02 guest to 01 porter with their insurance, salary, food, accommodation and equipment.
    •  Your cost includes insurance, wages, food and lodging for both your guide and porter. We take excellent care of our guides and porters, they are like family to us.
    •  Twin/double shearing best available lodge accommodation in the mountain during the trekking and tented camp during the climbing.
    •  Climbing incentive and equipment for climbing guides.
    •  Basic climbing gear like main ropes and warm gears for guide-staff and porters.
    •  Basic climbing gear like main ropes and warm gears for guide-staff and porters.
    •  Three meals a day; breakfast, Lunch and Dinner and tea/coffee during the trekking.
    •  Safe drinking water.
    •  All the necessary equipment for climbing.
    •  First add kid box.
    • Trekking Planner’s sleeping bag, down jackets, T-shirt, cap, duffel bags, city and trekking route maps – if necessary.
    • Arrangement of emergency evacuation service (should have insurance for emergency evacuation and will be paid by your travel insurance company).
    • Oxymeter to check your pulse and oxygen saturation and heart rate twice daily during the trek (very useful to check Altitude Mountain Sickness(AMS) symptoms). This helps ensure your trek is in the safest hands possible.
    • One-hour complimentary spa/massage in Kathmandu after the trek.
    •  All applicable government and local taxes per the itinerary.
    What's Excluded
    • Your Nepal Visa fees (should bring small accurate fees in USD and 02 passport size photos).
    • All the International airfare from and to Kathmandu (no need to pay a departure tax for international flights).
    • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu.
    • Personal travel and health Insurance, Insurance for helicopter evacuation (An Helicopter rescue insurance is highly recommended. If you have any problem and you have to be evacuated, without your insurance you have to pay the helicopter in cash.).
    • In case of extra more nights accommodation, lunch and dinner in the city due to early arrival and late departure as well as early back/return from mountain/trekking (due to any reason) than the given time period of the itinerary.
    • Your Personal expenses such as ( laundry, phone calls, bar and beverage bill, boiled or bottled water {it will cost between $1 and $3 a bottle (it gets more expensive towards base camp).}, extra porter.. etc).
    • Wi-Fi, charging batteries and hot showers. Wi-Fi is available in some tea houses for $3 to $5 an hour. Hot Showers are also available in a few for around $3 and charging costs about $1.50 an hour.
    • Entrance fees for the day tours in Kathmandu.
    • The Tips to the trekking crews and drive.
    • Extra expenses due to flight delays, strikes, weather condition or any event out of our control.
    Departure Dates
    • This trip departs every day of the year.
    • This trip is fully customizable. We can customize the trip as per your need, please get in touch with us.
    • This trip is available on both Fixed Departure and Private Group Basis.
    • This trip can be booked privately if you’re traveling solo or privately or with family.
    • Have a big group? We can help as per your needs.
    • We can help you make it fit your budget.
    • We accept instant booking and online payment.
    • If the given date is not appropriate for you, please get in touch with us 
    • Call/email now for a private trip, [email protected], Mobile +977-9851071767 (24 hrs) - WhatsApp and Viber
    • Trekking Planner also organizes various trips in small groups that can suit you.
    • We recommend you reserve a seat for yourself by booking with us right away for a wonderful experience.
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    Essential Info

    Suggested Equipment List.

    • Duffel/Rucksack bag/Suitcase (We provide one complimentary Trekking Planner duffel bag that is to be returned after the trip).
    • Day pack.
    • Trekking shoes.
    • Sports shoes or sandals.
    • Sun Hat/cap.
    • Warm woolen cap.
    • Warm fleece jacket or puffy jacket.
    • Waterproof Gore-Tex layer.
    • Pullover or warm sweeter.
    • Raincoat.
    • 4/5 pairs of good quality socks.
    • Hand gloves.
    • 2/3 pairs of trekking trousers.
    • 3/4 pairs of trekking shirts.
    • 3/4 pairs of underwear (non cotton preferred).
    • Sun glasses.
    • Water bottle.
    • 4 season sleeping bag (Optional/we can provide one if you need it. It is to be returned after the trip).
    •  Flash or Torch light.
    • Camera and batteries.

    For Climbing.

    • Plastic Boot a pair.
    • Crampons a pair.
    • Ice Axe one.
    • Harness one.
    • Carabineer or Karabiner two each.
    • Snow Gaiters a pair.
    • Snow/Sun Glass one each.
    • Warm Gloves a pair.
    • Wind Proof Jacket and Trouser a set each.
    • Main Ropes 200m ( 50m per person) as per the peak chosen.
    • Snow Bar 2 / 4 pieces depending upon group size.
    • Ski Pole (optional) one each.
    • Ascender.
    • Helmet.
    • All types of visitors who are eager for adventure, trekking, or climbing to smaller peaks, mainly trekkers who have been in Nepal with us before or fresh new clients looking for the right company and for the right types of adventure holidays that we offer. As for Island Peak climb from beginners in climbing to veteran mountaineers joins with Trekking Planner for the climb or any other adventure around the Himalayas.

    • Yes, hot showers are available throughout the trip while staying in the lodge up to Chukung before the Island Peak base camp. Where one needs to pay extra for the showers used, the price will differ from one place to another as you reach a higher destination. As for laundry available at Namche Bazaar, needs time for laundry to dry, the best place is at Namche while having an extra or rest day. 

    • While staying in lodges before the climb, most lodges do have a comprehensive food menu to choose from. Continental, Oriental, Chinese, Indian, Nepalese to Tibetan, or Sherpa meals. Some places do have Italian, and Mexican food available as per the menu provided, including fresh bakeries like cakes and pies on order.

      The taste and flavor of all food and meals taste provided differ from one lodge to another, as well altitude-wise also. Overall all meals/food prepared are hygienic and safe according to your taste.

    • The lodges that we provide are standard local lodges, with common or attached baths. However, most lodges do have common baths/toilets after Namche Bazaar due to the cold and harsh country. Yes, you can stay in a single room where available, for this needs to inform us on booking, which cost extra for using a single supplement in rooms or in tents.

    • Yes, we can provide you with clothing or other essential items required for the trek and climb, please contact us before you depart from your country. Some of the gear can be bought and hired in Kathmandu also before the trek departure.

    • Yes, one needs to carry all required equipment for the trek and climb as recommended by the Trekking Planner clothing list as well for climbing.

    • Four seasons sleeping bags that can withstand -20 degree cold, especially on camping for the climb for a few nights only. Rest of the trekking days overnights in a nice cozy lodge which will be warmer than outside freezing temperatures and away from the wind-chill factor. Can ask for extra blankets if needed while spending overnights in a lodge en route to Island Peak.

    • The baggage limit on smaller aircraft is a maximum of 20 kg, including your handbags, need to pay for extra weight. On treks, all heavier baggage is carried by our strong porters and pack animals. What you carry for the day is about 5 kg or more depending upon the weather wise with your personal items to carry

    • No need for altitude medication, the only medicine on the trip is walking slowly with enough rest days for acclimatization at certain heights. However, one can carry Diamox, approved by your doctor or medical personnel. Let your guide and leader know about the medicine that you need to take.

    • No need for oxygen on trekking peak climbs, however for your own safety can carry it for personal use if needed. Oxygen cylinder is not included in our trip to Island Peak or any other trekking peaks, except on major mountaineering expeditions above 7, 000 m high peaks.

    • It is not possible for any trekking peaks to climb, all visitors to challenging treks and climbs need to join reputed local companies for safety as well as to enjoy the trip. Other normal trekking can be done by arranging your own private trip, but for trekking peaks climb, have to join a company guided by expert licensed guides. Trekking Planner will arrange a private trip for interested clients with a tailor-made itinerary as per your holiday duration in Nepal.

    • Depending upon the itinerary chosen straight way to Island Peak, or visiting Everest base camp, before the climb. Normally it takes 3-4 days from the base camp to reach the summit adding extra high camp with rest day preparation for the climb with acclimatization days. Walk from Lukla to Island Peak with a climb takes 11 to 12 days, not counting the return walk back to Lukla. The overall total of 14 to 15 days from Lukla to Lukla.

    • Depending upon the size of the group, for less than 4 people one climbing guide as well as a second guide to take care of the client's requirement. For more than 6 to 10 people, will have 2-3 guides including the main lead and climbing guide. 

    • Facilities for charging batteries and electronic gadgets, are available throughout the trek staying in a lodge, either by main hydroelectricity or solar power, where you need to pay per hour and per gadget. The last place on this trip is Chukung a small settlement with a lodge having solar power. At a base camp for a few days without any electrical power. The best is carrying a portable solar panel as the sun is bright around the highest altitude for you to charge your gadgets.  

    • Can easily contact your close ones, relatives, or friends where you can buy a local cell phone recharge card in Kathmandu. It works all around the country, or use your guide phone or from the nearest lodge, where STD / ISTD or SAT Phone is available. One can contact Trekking Planner as well in case of an emergency situation.

    • It is best to buy insurance from your home country with reliable insurance companies. It can be done in Kathmandu as well, but to save time and money better to purchase from home before arriving in Kathmandu for the trip.

    • Certainly yes, as mentioned above for immediate evacuation in case of an emergency situation arise. The evacuation insurance usually applies for using helicopter service and medical treatments in Kathmandu or near about. 

    • Medical and Travel Insurance should cover any means of the fastest transportation like using a Helicopter service. Travel insurance should cover in case of flight delay and cancellation due to bad weather conditions.

    • Normally an average person in good physical shape and in sound health can join in for the climb. Climbers with previous experience will be an advantage, for beginners, we will have extra days for practice climb. Where our expert guide will support you all the way to the summit and back safely.

    • Island Peak or Imjatse Himal towers high at 6,189 m / 20,305 feet, the climbing grade is PD + means Per Difficult with plus, a French / Swiss Alpine Climbing Classification Systems. A straightforward climb with some technical difficulty to negotiate on route to the summit. Where all climbers require adequate climbing gear for a safe climb and descent.

    • If arriving on an international flight to Kathmandu, you will be received by our staff at the airport, for a short transfer to your hotels. Where you will meet with other members of the Island Peak climb for a briefing provided by our guide and leader.

    Client Reviews
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      Dream Trip

      I started setting up my trip with Trekking Planner back in Oct of 2023. From the beginning the communication was perfect. DiPak was able to set up a custom package for me since I was traveling alone. I choose the EBC/Island Peak package. This trip was more amazing than I could have ever imagined. My guide was Gyeljen Sherpa and porter was Karma Sherpa. These 2 men were the best at what they do. I'm not saying that because they were my people. While we were on the trail or mountain it seemed everyone wanted to talk with Gyeljen. They always seemed to want to talk to him and ask him questions and get his help. It was like this the entire trip. So to me it was his peers that told me he was the best. I did get sick when we reached Namche Bazar. I was down for 14 hrs or so. They made sure I got a better room, privacy and made sure I had everything I needed. Between the entire team they got me back on my feet again. Their care and attention detail when it comes to health was great. To me being new this was very important since I personally didn't know what to look for when it came to altitude sickness and such. This trip was more than amazing and can't wait to return. I don't believe in giving out perfect scores on things like this but Trekking Planner was perfect in all phases. I recommend them 100% for your next dream vacation. And please feel free to reach out to me if there is anything I can do to help you. ..jim
      James Robert LeachmanUnited States,Jun 22, 2024
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      Amazing 20 days in Sagarmatha

      This was first visit to Nepal and I was very pleased to have Trekking Planner organise my trip to Sagarmatha Park. As an experienced outdoors person, I had some ideas about what I wanted to do during my stay, and Dipak was very helpful and responsive to my enquiries before arriving. I was especially pleased with how flexible we could make the trip along the way, we changed which peaks we decided to climb for the trip no problem, and adjusted our stays along the trails as we made good trekking progress.
      I was also very impressed by the professional service, knowledge and humor of my local guides Pemba Sherpa and Gyaljen Sherpa. I learnt a lot during the trip about the peaks in the region and the local sherpa history and way of life from these two guys. Achieving my goals during my visit would have been far more difficult without these two

      Ash M
      Ash MUnited States,Apr 23, 2024
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