Island Peak Climbing with Everest Base Camp

  • Duration 18 Days
  • Trip Grade Moderate
  • Max. Altitude 6189
  • Trip Start Lukla
  • Trip End Kathmandu
  • Trip Area Everest
  • Nature of Trip Climbing in Nepal
  • Major Activities Climbing& Adventure
  • Best Season aurum and spring


  • The Island peak Climbing  at 6189m the top from the peak
  • Island Peak Climbing is The most Famous  Trekking In Nepal
  • The Ultimate Experience Climbing in The Himalayas 
  • Magnificent View From the top of the island Peak  oversee the Everest mountain  range


Island Peak Climbing and Everest Base Camp Trek is a trip to the Everest Region of Nepal. The combined trip of Everest Base Camp and Island Peak climbing covers hiking to Everest Base Camp and climbing the peak of Island Peak. Perfect match for the person who is planning to hike to Everest Base Camp and experience peak climbing in Nepal.

Everest Base Camp Trek and Island Peak Climbing start with trekking to Everest Base Camp via Tengboche. Then the trip finishes with climbing the Island Peak of Nepal. The journey also includes the several Sherpa settlements of Everest and the marvelous views of the mountains.
The best time to do Island Peak Climbing at Everest Base Camp trek

Why choose  Island peak climbing?

island peak climbing is the most popular peak in the Everest region, every each year more than 200 people climb to island peak during the best season of the year 


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    Upon your arrival at Kathmandu International Airport, one of our representatives will greet you and will then help you to get to the hotel in Thamel.

    Not satisfied with this regular itinerary?

    Are you interested on planning custom trip? Feel free to contact us.

    Cost Details
    What's Included
    • Airport pickups and drops in a private vehicle
    • 3-star hotel accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast on twin sharing basis
    • Food (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) and Teahouse accommodation during the trek
    • Food (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) Tented accommodation during the climb
    • Flights (Kathmandu- Lukla -Kathmandu)
    • English-speaking, trained, and experienced trekking guide(leader), climbing guide (leader), and assistant guides and all their expenses including insurance
    • Porter service (2 trekkers: 1 porter) and carries 15kgs- 25 kgs and all expenses including insurance
    • Down jacket and sleeping bags (to be returned after trip completion)
    • All necessary paperwork; trekking permits and Island Peak climbing permit
    • Tents and kitchen utensils for camping during the trip
    • Group mountaineering (climbing) equipment
    • Medical kit (carried by your guide)
    • All government and local taxes
    What's Excluded
    • International airfare
    • Travel Insurance
    • Nepal visa fees
    • Personal expenses (Wifi, bar bills, laundry, hot shower during the trekking, gadget charging fees- US$ 1- US$
    • 5 per gadget, mobile recharge, etc)
    • Extra nights accommodation in Kathmandu in case of early arrival from the trek due to unforeseen circumstances
    • Extra luggage charges (Only 15 kgs- 10kgs+5kgs are included if more you need to pay US$ 2 per kilogram)
    • Emergency evacuation (our company will help to arrange the evacuation if needed)
    • Tipping
    • Anything does not mention in the inclusion list
    Dates & Price

    We always every month Fixed Departure Day to Condition

    StartWednesdaySep 06, 2023
    EndSaturdaySep 23, 2023
    FromUS $2199
    StartSaturdaySep 16, 2023
    EndTuesdayOct 03, 2023
    FromUS $2200
    • The Everest Base Camp trek is an exciting and challenging journey that takes trekkers to the base of the world's highest peak, Mount Everest. The trail can vary in difficulty depending on your experience level, but it is generally considered to be moderate for experienced trekkers and more difficult for beginners. The trek begins at an altitude of 3000 meters and ends at 5400 meters at the base camp, with most of the trail gradually ascending. The trail can be rocky and the weather can be extreme, so it is important to be properly prepared with a customized itinerary that includes acclimatization points, rest stops, and experienced guides and porters. Don't let the challenges of the trail deter you, as our team is dedicated to ensuring a safe and enjoyable trek for all of our clients.

    • 2. How to be prepared for Everest Base Camp Trek ?

      Althoug Everest Base Camp trek may seem challenging, is is definitely not bone cracking for sure. To be more accurate , the trail is more like a long hike at high altitude . The trek requires no climbing skills or techical expertise as the trail ends at the base of Mighty Everest. However, one should be physically fit and mentally determined. One can start basic physical training that boosts stamina, agility and endurance.


    •  What is the best time to do Everest Base Camp Trek ?

      Although Everest Base Camp trek can be done at any seasons , the best time to trek Everest region are Spring ( March-May ) and Fall ( September-November) . With clear skies and no rainfall , one can get the best out of Everest region during these times. However , the trail is mostly crowded by other trekkers as it is the best time trek Everest Base Camp. With extra care , Everest Base Camp trek can be done during monsoon ( June-August) only if your are comfortable with a little rain and mud. The upper Himalayan region experience low rainfall so weather will be mostly clear . The benefit of trekking during off season is the trail is usually quiet with little to no crowd.


    • 4. Is it safe to trek Everest Base Camp ?

      The trail may seems challenging but with enough preperations , it is absolutely safe to trek Everest Base Camp.

    • Do I need to hire porter/guide to trek Everest Base Camp ?

      Everest Base Camp trek can be done without hiring guide/porter. However we recommend you to hire a guide/porter. A guide with lots of eperience can provide you a lot of information about the locality , culture, traditions, geography and climatic pattern of the place and also the language barrier wont be problem if you want to connect with locals. And a porter can carry your dufflebag and this will surely ease your trekking. The 6-7 hrs uphill with 15-20 kg on your back may make you feel uncomfortable and fatigues early . A porter can carry upto 25 kg total so that you can enjoy your trek without having to mind about your back.

    • why do people have to get Altitude sickness?

      Especially Nepal is a mountaineering country in the world. located in south Asia there are many of the highest mountains above 8 thousand meters Mount Everest, Makalu, Kanchan Ganga, and Annapurna surrounding Nepal. more trekkers have to plan to visit the highest mountain in Nepal but they have a big issue with mountain altitude sickness. who are interested to do the Nepal trekking need to must preparing the waking to snowy mountains. when they are arriving in Kathmandu starting to Diamox but why they can use the medicine what is the Diamox, is a solution to the problem that does not use Diamox at sea level. I have more than 15 years of trekking guide experience in the snow mountain in Nepal.

      we always support and give good confidence to our valuable able customers my suggestion for those who are going to the highest mountain for trekking and expedition all around the world first need to do light training and find the fitness level for yourself. mountain site, not the same temperature and climate every 1h to changing so you need to use a long slip t-shirt and jumper not open your body in the mountain site. so when you have a get cold and your body power or thinking power is gone less. you think negative wow my got I think I feel altitude sickness. that's the way first you need to think positive altitude sickness is not a direct problem to an altitude sickness first they give us symptoms like blogging your eyes, don't like to eat anything to food, vomiting, and back headache problem so you need to carefully mention the food and health your body is recovering don't care anything you got altitude sickness

      what is the solution of altitude sickness

      we have a great idea to solve altitude sickness in all Himalayan parts of the world. when you are starting to trekking you need to care about your health first thing is the food you can eat green vegetables and organic food so you got energy, and you need to eat garlic soup once a day 1 time don't be trying to meat item in highest mountain area if they have to fresh its ok but mountain site, not fresh meat item so you need to control for above the 4000 m high and energy bar chocolate when you are hungry you need to eat at least your body get power to move further step so not attack the altitude sickness. every trekker needs to take five liters of water per day so when the traveler uses the Diamox so when time your body is dry you need to recycle for body and trekking time swatting to use the good thermal. for example, mount Everest base camp trekking

      if travelers have altitude sickness what we do

      when trekkers have to get altitude sickness first step you need to come to lowes1000 elevation to where you are and the second step we need to eat soup & energy food, after that use 1 pers Diamox and take rested 2hours then they feel much better if their feet try to go again to further if they have to still problem need to camp back don't try to go more altitude. sometimes people try to go to high altitudes that's a way people go die in a mountain first need to care for yourself if any trekkers carefully follow that information differently they got a destination. the last thing is Diamox is not a medicine that just sorts time gives to control your body time if can don't drink water that time problem the side effect

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