|Peak Climbing in Nepal|
This is one of the most popular trekking Peak and also it is known as Imja Tse which is situated in the Khumbu region of Nepal. It was first climbed in 1953 by a very prestigious team of Charles Evans including Tenzing Norgay before did the expedition of Mount Everest, the highest Peak of the world. This mountain has seen from Dinboche as an Island in a see of Ice. Most of mountaineers have taken as a course to summit this peak for the preparation to ascend of higher mountains. The journey begins through a unique home land of Sherpa villages via Lukla or Jiri on the way of Everest Base camp with wondering views of mother nature. Trekking to Kalapathar or Everest Base camp is the best suited for the acclimatization before proceeding Island Peak climbing. Generally to climb this peak, the climbing route is South East and South West Ridge, and after a little rock scrambling the route joins a small lake-bed between Lhotse and Imja Tse Glaciers. From the base camp at Pareshaya Gyab, a well in good conditions can make the summit and return back to base camp in a day. However most of mountaineers would love to prefer alpine style camping at high camp which it provides excellent joyful moments and also helps for a safe climbing. From the summit of this Peak provides magnificent views of snowy mountains of Khumbhu region such as Nuptse, Lhotse, Bruntse, Maklu and Amdamblam and Lhotse Shar.
Day 01: Upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Aiprot and transfer to hotel.