Island Peak Nepal
Island Peak Nepal offers a superb panorama of the Khumbu region from its summit. This journey is also an outstanding opportunity to spend time and learn with one of the true legendary guides of our time. It is one of the most popular lesser peaks and scaling the mountain you will need some mountaineering skill. This offers both climbers and trekkers an exciting opportunity to enter the world of impressive Himalayas. This climbing is part of the south ridge of Lhotse Shar and the main landforms a semicircle of the cliff that rises to the north of the summit of Nuptse. You can focus on your adventure while we take care of the rest. You will also explore pristine Sherpa village, serene monasteries also enjoy with their distinct culture, ritual, and equally explore the diverse flora and fauna and more. Walking up to the base camp is a good experience by why not to experience the best with Everest base camp trek. This beautiful peak climbing seems like an island in the sea of snow. The peak is actually an extension of the ridge coming down off the south end of Lhotse Shar.
Island Peak Nepal is considered physically challenging but not the technical difficulty. The peak climbing begins from Lukla after 30 minutes flight from Kathmandu valley. We get the chance to see the wonderful views of the mountain which includes Mt Everest, Mt Lhotse, Mt Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and many other mountains of this region at the time of this peak climbing. We get the chance to know about the culture and way of living of the Sherpa people. In this trip, first of all, we trek towards Everest base camp, Kala Pathar then go Chhukung valley and start climbing. The season between April to May and September to November is considered the best season for trekking in this route. We get the chance to see one of the oldest monasteries of this region. At the time of trekking, we also enter the Sagarmatha national park which is the home of many rare animals, birds, flora, and fauna. The major attraction of this peak climbing is the wonderful Khumbu village. There are several routes to climb up the peak but mostly most of the climber follows the same route through Mt Everest base camp. Trekkers can experience the amazing glacial moraines, monasteries, prayer rocks, and other small Chorten. This journey also offers you the best Sherpa culture and way of living.