Duration: 17 days. Everest is not a name only to be associated with world’s tallest mountain Mt. Everest (8848 m) rather it’s fairyland up in the Himalayas. Everest Base Camp Trek is more than an ordinary trek. Throughout a trail better described as iconic steps towards paradise offers blend of Sherpa culture, alpine forests and more than 20 mountain vistas. Glacial Moraines and glacial lakes along with high altitude passes make every step into this magnificent land of Khumbu challenging. Trekking in Nepal is considered as the prime outdoor walking holiday activity and Everest region trekking is its deity.
For the peak climbing in Nepal there are 33 peaks permitted by the Nepal Government. Island peak climbing is the most beautiful trekking peak of Nepal which stands as 6192m height. Season restriction is not applied for this peak which makes it the most visited or climbed trekking peak of Nepal.
The Island peak climbing is also known as Imja Tse Peak among locals. The peak was scaled for the first time by the team of Britain in 1953. Then after numerous group and people successfully climbed this beautiful peak of Nepal. Some of the seasoned climbers use Island Peak as the acclimatization before starting the expeditions or high altitude peak climbing. The route to the base camp of the Island peak climbing is the same route as that of the Everest Base Camp Trekking. You will witness the magnificence of the Khumbu region passing by the Sherpa Homeland area of Lukla, Phakding, Namche Bazaar and Tengboche. The ascending of the peak offers the enchanting views of the panoramic Himalayan Mountains as well as the surrounding glaciers. The most dangerous lake Imja Se Lake View from the top of the Island peak is majestic. The peak is called as the Island because of its location amidst the lofty rugged peaks of Nuptse, Lhotse, Shar glacier presenting the view of the Makalu as well as the stunning view of the Ama Dablam resembling the gigantic protector gua…