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Island Peak ClimbingIsland Peak Climbing

Island Peak located in the Himalayas of eastern Nepal. It is 6189 meter height. The peak was Named Island peak in 1951 by Eric Shipton’s party since it appears as an island in sea of ice when viewed from Dingboche. The peak also known as Imja Tse although Island remains the popular choice. The Peak is actually an extension of the ridge coming down off the south end of Lhotse Shar. Climbing Route: To climb Island Peak, one has the option of starting from a base camp at 5,087meters called Pareshaya Gyab and starting the climb between 2 and 3 am. Another popular option is to ascend to High Camp at around 5,600meters to reduce the amount of effort and time needed for summit day. However, adequate water supply and concerns about sleeping at a higher altitude may dictate starting from base camp. Base camp to high camp is a hike but just above high camp, some rocky steps require moderate scrambling and up through a broad open gully.
At the top of the gully, glacier travel begins and proceeds up to a steep snow and ice slope. From here, fixed ropes may be setup by the guides for the strenuous ascent of nearly 100meters to the summit ridge. The climb to the summit is somewhat difficult due to steep climbing. On top, while Mount Everest is the massive wall of Lhotse will block a mere ten kilometers away to the north, the view.

Group Size  Rate US$ Additional Per person/US$
1 to 4 persons US$350.00 --
5 to 8 persons US$350.00 US$40.00 Per Person
9 to 12 persons US$510.00 US$25.00 Per Person
NOTE:-- Maximum number of members in team is 12 peoples
An amount of US$250.00 should be deposited to NMA
as garbage deposit to get permit to all 33 NMA peaks. The refund shall be made as per the provisions made by NMA.

Itinerary Outline:

Day 01:- Arrive to Kathmandu & transfer to Hotel-1350m
Day 02:- Full day Kathmandu valley sightseeing-1350m
Day 03:- Kathmandu to Lukla flight & trek to Phakding-2610m
Day 04:- Phakding to Namche Bazar-3440m
Day 05:- Rest/Acclimatize day in Namche Bazar-3440m
Day 06:- Namche Bazar to Tengboche-3860m
Day 07:- Tengboche to Dingboche-4410m
Day 08:- Dingboche Rest/ Acclimatize day-4410m
Day 09:- Dingboche to Chukhung-4730m
Day 10:- Rest/ Acclimatize day-4730m
Day 11:- Chukhung to island peak base camp-5080m
Day 12:- Island Peak Base Camp to high camp-5600m
Day 13:- Ascent of Island peak (6189 m) & back to base camp-5600m
Day 14:- Island Base camp to Pangboche-3930m
Day 15:- Pangboche to Namkche-3440m
Day 16:- Namche to Lukla-2840m
Day 17:- Lukla to Kathmandu-1350m
Day 18:- Rest day In Kathmandu-1350m
Day 19:- Final departure from Nepal.

Cost Include:

One night three/four star Hotel in Kathmandu.
Two night stander tourist Hotel in Kathmandu.
Full day Kathmandu valley sightseeing.
Airport Pick up & drove, Local transportation.
First-aid treatment.
Staff insurance
Sagarmatha National park entrance permits.
Accommodation/ Food for clients (BLD)
Group handling Guide & Expedition Guide.
Necessary helper & porters.
Expedition Equipments.
Camping materials
Necessary equipments for staff.

Cost Exclude:

Personals Expenses
Clients Insurance
Staff Tips
International Air Ticket.
Bar Bills.
Mountaineering Royalty.

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