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Island Peak Climbing

Island Peak stands at a height of 6189m also referred to as Imja Tse, located in the Everest region only a few miles away from Mt. Everest. The name “Island Peak” was given in 1953 because of its appearance as an island in a sea of ice when viewed from Dingboche. It is one of the popular mountaineering programs in Nepal as comparatively considered an easier expedition than others. Island Peak lies in the heart of the Khumbu region in the Sagarmatha National Park, standing in between Ama Dablam and Lotse peaks. Therefore, you can witness majestic views of Himalayan ranges, Buddhist monasteries, prayer rocks, and amazing glaciers on the way to Island Peak.

Besides that, you can get breathtaking views of other Himalayan ranges such as Nuptse Peak, Lotse Peak, Lotse Shar, Mt. Makalu, and Ama Dablam. Along with all the different mountain ranges you can experience the picturesque Sherpa village and its culture. Apart from that, climbing is considered as one of the toughest peak climbers as witnessed by former climbers. It is dangerous to go there without having experienced guidance. One has to take all the climbing gear with medical kits to avoid further incidents. The temperature also falls down to a range of – 5°c to – 25°c during the night on the island peak.

Also, you need a climbing permit to enter Sagarmatha National Park as well as Island Peak. If you are ready to get lifetime experience, then note down Island Peak climbing on your bucket list.

Day 01. Arrival Kathmandu and transfer to hotel (1310m)
Day 02. Early morning flight to Lukla and trek to Tok Tok and overnight stay in guest house (2670m)
Day 03. After breakfast trek to Namche Bazzar .Overnight stay in guest house (3440m)
Day 04. Hiking to Everest View and trek down to Kyangjuma and overnight stay in guest house(3500m)
Day 05. Trek to Pangboche and overnight stay in guest house (3900m)
Day 06. Trek to Thukla and overnight stay in guest house (4600m)
Day 07. Trek to Gorakshep overnight stay in guest house (5185m)
Day 08. Climb to Kalapathar and trek back to Dingboche (4400m)
Day 09. Trek to Island base camp and overnight stay in tent camp (5100m)
Day 10. Climbing to high camp and overnight stay in tent (5700m)
Day 11. Early morning climb to Island Peak (6186m) and trek to Everest Base Camp and return back to Chukung (4700m)
Day 12. Trek down to Tengbuche.(3850m)
Day 13. Trek down to Monju and overnight stay in guest house(2810m)
Day 14. Final day trek to Lukla and overnight stay in guest house (2800m)
Day 15. Early morning flight to Kathmandu and transfer hotel.
Day 16. Flight back to home Or sight seeing in Kathmandu city and overnight stay in same place.
Day 17. Fly back to home.

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    FAQ About Island Peak Climbing

    Imja Tse, also known as the Island Peak, is located in the Sagarmatha National Park of the Himalayas in the Eastern Development Regions of Nepal. The expedition starts from Lukla.

    The time it takes to climb Island Peak varies, but the average expedition lasts about half a month. Our expedition from Friendship Treks with the help of our professionals to guide you will take 15 days to complete the trip.

    Island Peak is approximately 20,226 feet (6,189 meters) tall. It ranks as the 243rd-highest peak in the world.

    The cost to climb Island Peak varies from agency to agency. Our Friendship Treks and Expedition provides this amazing expedition package for USD 1,250- USD 1,900 per person. Reach out to us to grab this package.

    Climbing Island Peak can be quite difficult and challenging, with unpredictable weather, high altitudes, and technical challenges. But with our professional guides by your side to keep you safe, you will have the most thrilling experience of your life.

    The best time to visit Island Peak is during the pre-monsoon (spring) and post-monsoon (fall) seasons, generally from March to May and September- the end of December. So, are you ready for this exciting journey? Book your expedition now!