Island Peak Climbing is one of Nepal's most famous peak-climbing trips in Nepal. The peak is in the Khumbu Region, locally known as Imja Tse. An attractive white height can be explored during the trek to the Everest base camp. Climbing the Island peak is suitable for both cliffs rising in Nepal and exploring the breathtaking Himalayan Panoramas of the Everest Region.
The Island Peak Climb trip begins from Lukla and takes the route to Namche Bazaar and Khumjung. They are the bustling Sherpa town and have Sherpa cultural heritages. Reaching Tengbuche and visiting the monastery, you head to Dingboche. From this point, the trail splits to Chhukung. Following the Imja Khola, you get the Island Peak base camp, where you can have a pre-climbing session. Island Peak is ideal for climbing, even for beginners. Frolic Adventure organizes the trip excellently and arranges all the required peak climbing materials. Our guides are highly professional and explain the challenging factors, using climbing equipment and the views that can be seen during the climbing period. Island Peak base camp is located around 5200 meters. Following the guidance of the climbing guides, you reach the summit of the Island peak (6189 meters). The views of Everest, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, and other neighboring peaks can be explored from the top. You get the adornment of the crown of the Himalayas once you are at the top. Following the same route, you descend to the base camp and trek to Lukla.
Frolic Adventure is Nepal's best Peak Climbing organizer, which applies safety materials and believes in leading the climbers with high professionalism. You can rely on the services we provide, including the camping service. We recommend you have an extra day that can be used as a reserve day in case the weather will not be suitable or if your flight gets delayed.