03 days Island Peak Group Join
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03 days Island Peak Group Join

Imagine finding yourself in the awe-inspiring Everest region, filled with the desire to conquer Island Peak, but unsure of the path forward. Our Island Peak Group Join Package is your ultimate guide to a successful expedition. With a meticulously crafted three-day itinerary, we not only ensure you reach the summit safely but also lead you back to your starting point. Trust us to be an integral part of your incredible journey, making your Island Peak adventure an unforgettable reality.

Trip Duration:

3 Days

Trekking area:

Everest Region Nepal

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Best Season:

March to May/ September to November


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Overview of 03 days Island Peak Group Join

Are you an adventure enthusiast looking for a thrilling mountain climbing experience in the heart of the Himalayas? If so, our 3-day Island Peak Group Join package might be the perfect choice for you. In this detailed overview, we will cover what a group joining package means, the offerings of our Island Peak package, who it is designed for, the itinerary, costs involved, the best month for Island Peak climbing, equipment provision, booking process, alternatives to Island Peak, and valuable suggestions for new climbers.

What is a Group Joining Package?

A group joining package is a curated adventure experience where individuals with a common interest, such as mountain climbing, can join together to minimize costs and share the experience. In the context of Island Peak climbing, it means that you'll be part of a group of like-minded climbers, led by an experienced guide, which can be a cost-effective and enjoyable way to tackle this challenging peak.

What Our Package Offers

Our 3-day Island Peak Group Join package starts/ ends to Chhukung offers a complete adventure experience, including:

Professional guides: Highly experienced guides will lead your group, ensuring safety and success.

Transportation: No any transportation requires as it is begin from Chhukung.

Accommodation: We provide comfortable lodging in Camp during the climbing.

Meals: Nutritious meals are provided throughout the journey.

Permits: We will take care of the necessary permits for Island Peak climbing.

Equipment: Basic climbing equipment such as harnesses, helmets, and ropes are included.

Stunning scenery: Experience the breathtaking beauty of the Everest region and the Himalayas.

Highlight of the Package

This package is designed for adventure seekers who have a limited time frame or they are already in the route and desire to climb to sumit. The group aspect adds camaraderie and cost-sharing, making it accessible to a broader range of individuals.

Package Cost

We're excited to offer a customized cost reduction of nearly 900 USD for all adventure seekers looking to conquer the Island Peak summit. This exclusive opportunity makes your dream Himalayan ascent not only achievable but also budget-friendly, ensuring that this incredible experience is within your reach.

Sometime, the cost of the 3-day Island Peak Group Join package varies based on factors such as group size and the time of booking. It's essential to contact our team for the most accurate and up-to-date pricing.

Island Peak Permit Cost

Climbing Island Peak requires permits. It costs 250 USD in peak seasons and lesser in offseason.  As part of our package, we will handle the permit process for you, ensuring that you have the necessary documentation to undertake the climb. Permit costs can vary, so it's best to consult with our team for the latest information.

Food and Accommodation During Trial

During your adventure with our 3-day Island Peak Group Join package, you can expect comfortable accommodation in Camp along the climbing route. These Camping offer basic yet cozy tent, allowing you to rest and rejuvenate. As for food, you'll be treated to a variety of hearty meals along with energic sub meal which is cooked by porter or kitchen helper that assist to your strength for successful climb. Enjoy Nepali cuisine, options to keep you energized during your journey. The camping houses are a great place to connect with fellow climber, share stories, and further preperation for ascending to summit.

Best Month for Island Peak Climbing

The best time to climb Island Peak is during the pre-monsoon (spring) and post-monsoon (autumn) seasons. Spring, from March to May, and autumn, from September to November, offer the most stable weather conditions and clear skies, making it ideal for climbing.

Equipment Provision

Recognizing that acquiring personal mountaineering equipment can be challenging, especially if you've altered your original plan, we offer a comprehensive solution. Our package includes essential climbing gear like harnesses, helmets, and ropes, ensuring you're fully equipped for the adventure. Moreover, for any additional equipment you may require, we can efficiently arrange rentals, guaranteeing you have everything needed for a successful climb.

Process of Booking

Booking your Island Peak adventure is a straightforward process

Contact our team: Reach out to our experts to discuss your plans and any specific requirements.

Customize your trip: Tailor your package to fit your preferences and schedule.

Confirm your booking: Once you are satisfied with the details, confirm your booking and make the necessary payments.

Prepare for your adventure: Our team will provide you with all the information and guidance you need to prepare for your journey.

Alternative Options to Climb Island Peak

While our 3-day Island Peak Group Join package is an excellent choice, there are alternative ways to conquer this majestic peak. You can opt for private guided expeditions, longer trekking packages that include Island Peak, or even combine it with other adventures in the Everest region.

If you find yourself in Kathmandu with the sole desire to conquer Island Peak, we present you with an enticing package that incorporates a convenient round-trip helicopter ride to and from Chhukung. This package seamlessly integrates the helicopter transfer, and the associated expenses are included, making it a hassle-free and compelling choice for your Island Peak adventure.

Suggestions for New Climbers

If you're a novice climber looking to take on Island Peak, here are some essential tips:

Physical fitness: Ensure you are in good physical shape and have some prior climbing experience.

Acclimatization: Adequate acclimatization is crucial for safety and success.

Follow your guide: Listen to your experienced guide and adhere to their instructions.

Be prepared for variable weather: Dress in layers and pack accordingly for changing conditions.

Stay positive and enjoy the journey: Climbing a peak is a unique experience, so savor every moment.

Don't miss out on this extraordinary offer to join us for an unforgettable journey to the top of Island Peak, where breathtaking vistas and personal triumph await!!

03 days Island Peak Group Join Itinerary
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Your adventure begins at Chhukung, this is a crucial step in your journey as it serves as the starting point for your upcoming ascent of Island Peak.

Morning Departure

You'll start early in the morning to take advantage of the clear, crisp mountain air. The first leg of your trek is a gradual climb that winds through a stunning landscape of rugged terrain, alpine meadows, and pristine glacial streams. As you ascend, the vistas of the surrounding peaks, including Ama Dablam, Lhotse, and the Nuptse wall, become increasingly dramatic. 

Tea House Break

Around mid-morning, you'll pause along the way where you can take a well-deserved break. Enjoy a hot cup of tea or coffee, refuel with a hearty meal, and share stories with fellow trekkers.

Challenging Terrain:

The trek becomes more challenging as you continue higher. You'll navigate rocky trails and moraines, all the while being surrounded by the immense beauty of the Himalayan landscape. Your experienced guide will provide essential advice on pacing, hydration, and acclimatization, ensuring your safety and well-being throughout the journey.

Arrival at Base Camp I

As you reach Base Camp I, the sense of achievement and anticipation for the climb ahead fills the air. The base camp is strategically located, offering stunning views of the imposing Island Peak and the surrounding glaciers. Here, you'll settle into your accommodations, typically basic but comfortable tents, and prepare for the climb. Your guide will conduct a briefing on the following day's ascent, ensuring that you're well-prepared for the challenge.

Evening dinner and Overnight Stay at Base Camp

The evening at Base Camp I is a serene and peaceful experience. Enjoy a hearty meal to replenish your energy and engage in conversations with your fellow climbers, sharing stories and camaraderie.

You'll spend the night at Base Camp I, resting in the cozy tents and sleeping bags provided.

This rest is vital as it allows you to acclimatize further to the high altitude, ensuring your body is ready for the summit bid the following day.

Breakfast Lunch Dinner
Tented Camp

Early Start

You'll start your day early in the morning, with the crisp mountain air invigorating your senses. The trek from Base Camp to High Camp is relatively shorter, lasting around 3-4 hours, but it's packed with excitement and challenges.

Trek to High Camp

The trail to High Camp is more demanding than the previous day's trek. You'll navigate steep and rocky terrain, where proper footing and using trekking poles become essential. Your experienced guide will lead the way, ensuring your safety and keeping a close watch on your well-being.

As you ascend, you'll be treated to breathtaking panoramic views of the Everest region. 

High Camp Arrival

Upon reaching High Camp, the atmosphere changes. The altitude and thinner air serve as a reminder of the altitude challenge ahead. High Camp is strategically positioned with a spectacular vantage point of the route to the summit. Here, you'll be accommodated in sturdy tents that are specially designed for high-altitude conditions. These tents provide the warmth and shelter needed for the night ahead.

Preparation and Rest

The remainder of the day is dedicated to preparing for your summit bid, and rest is paramount. You'll undergo a thorough briefing by your guide, who will discuss the climbing plan, the use of equipment, safety protocols, and contingency measures. You'll also have an opportunity to check and prepare your personal gear, ensuring that everything is in order for the summit push.

Evening at High Camp

The evening at High Camp is serene and tranquil, with a sense of anticipation and excitement in the air. You'll have an early dinner to replenish your energy for the summit attempt. The night is spent in your tent, resting and mentally preparing for the challenges of the following day.

Overnight Stay

You'll spend the night at High Camp, nestled in your comfortable tent, as the icy chill of the high-altitude night surrounds you.

all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Tented Camp

Day 3 is the most exhilarating and challenging phase of your journey, and it's followed by a triumphant celebration before making your way back to Chhukung.

Summit Attempt

Your summit day begins well before dawn, typically in the early hours 1 am of the morning. The darkness is pierced by headlamps and the starry sky above as you start your ascent to the peak. The initial part of the climb is steep and rocky, requiring you to negotiate crevasses and use your climbing skills.

Sunrise Ascent

As you make progress, the first light of dawn begins to paint the sky in shades of orange and pink. This dramatic sunrise ascent adds a surreal and enchanting aspect to the climb.

Glacial Terrain

The final section of the climb involves traversing the Imja Tse Glacier. You'll rope up with your fellow climbers, securing yourselves against any potential crevasse falls. Your guide will provide essential instructions, ensuring your safety in this challenging glacial environment.

Reaching the Summit

With determination and teamwork, you'll eventually reach the summit of Island Peak. The sense of accomplishment is overwhelming as you stand atop this majestic Himalayan peak. The views from this vantage point are truly unparalleled, with the world's highest mountains, including Everest, Lhotse, and Makalu, spread out before you. It's a moment of pure exhilaration and pride.


At the summit, you and your fellow climbers will celebrate this remarkable achievement. You can capture the moment with photographs, enjoy snacks and hot beverages, and savor the incredible views. It's a time for reflection and a sense of victory over the challenges of high-altitude mountaineering.

Exploration and Descend

After the celebrations, you'll begin your descent. The return journey takes you back to High Camp, where you can retrieve any personal belongings left behind. From there, you'll descend further to Base Camp I, enjoying the dramatic landscapes in the reverse order as you descend.

Back to Chhukung

Your journey concludes with a descent all the way back to Chhukung. The return trip offers you a different perspective of the landscapes you've trekked through in the past few days. The descent is challenging in its own way, requiring careful foot placement to navigate the rocky terrain.

Evening in Chhukung

Arriving back in Chhukung, you can rest and reflect on your incredible journey. You'll have the evening to recount your summit adventure with fellow trekkers and climbers, sharing stories and experiences. It's a time to relax and savor the success of your Island Peak expedition.

Overnight Stay

You'll spend the night in the welcoming teahouses of Chhukung, where you can enjoy a well-deserved rest in more comfortable conditions compared to the high-altitude camps.

all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Tented Camp

03 days Island Peak Group Join Include / Exclude

Cost Includes

  •  Kitchen Equipment: Trekking tents, Dining tent, Kitchen Tent, Toilet Tent, Table and chairs, Mattresses during the trekking & Peak climbing period.
  • Climbing Rope, Ice screws, Snow bars.
  • Staff: 1 Guide, 1 Cook, 1 Kitchen, 1 climbing guide & necessary porters (with necessary equipments, insurance and expenses)
  • Company’s service charge.
  •  Equipment Fees for climbing guide (USD 300), Climbing peak permit/s & other necessary fees (USD 350)
  • Garbage deposit cost (USD 250)

Cost Excludes

  • Personal Insurance for travel to Nepal.
  • Emergency Rescue evacuation
  •  Sleeping bag
  •  Personal expenses
  •  Tipping (Tips) for staffs
  •  Bar bills & beverage
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Additional Information

What types of permits documents are require for Island Peak Climbing?


Island Peak climbing necessitates a set of essential permits and documents.

Firstly, you will need the Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit, granting access to the Everest region.

Additionally, the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entry Permit is required to enter the specific area where Island Peak is located.

Most crucially, a climbing permit for Island Peak itself is mandatory, obtained through the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA).

These permits collectively ensure that you are legally permitted to embark on this remarkable adventure while adhering to regulations and contributing to the conservation efforts of the region.

What types of clothes, gear and climbing equipments requires for Island Peak Climbing?


Island Peak climbing demands a comprehensive set of clothing, gear, and climbing equipment to ensure your safety and comfort.

Essential clothing includes moisture-wicking base layers, insulated mid-layers, waterproof and windproof outer layers, gloves, and a warm hat. Proper footwear with crampons is crucial. Climbing gear encompasses a harness, helmet, carabiners, and prusik cords.

You'll need an ice axe, ascender, and descender for technical climbing. Additionally, a down jacket, gaiters, and a good quality sleeping bag are vital.

It's advisable to consult with a reputable outfitter or your climbing guide for a detailed checklist tailored to your specific expedition.

In how many days, Island Peak Clmbing completes?

The duration of the climb depends on your starting point. Typically, commencing from Chhukung, experienced climbers can conquer Island Peak in just 2 days. However, for those new to this challenging environment, the ascent may extend over a more extended period to allow for acclimatization and a safer, more gradual climb..

Do you need a guide and Porter during the Island Peak Climbing Expedition?

For your utmost safety and convenience, we strongly advise the inclusion of both a guide and a porter on your expedition. Your experienced guide will expertly navigate the route, ensuring your safety at every step. Simultaneously, a porter will assist in carrying your bulky backpack, significantly enhancing the ease and comfort of your entire journey.

What about food and accommodation in the Island Peak Climbing expedition?

On your interest you request and possibilities of services  decides about food and accommodation. During the trail to Island peak, there is no any lodges and teahouses. the last point we find lodging fooding is Chhukung. From there all the suppliments are carried by porter and in each stops, they themself cook your requested food and serve you. Accommodation will be in the tent at base camp I and high camp. 


Island Peak climbing presents several challenges.

Firstly, the high altitude can lead to altitude sickness, demanding careful acclimatization.

The terrain is rugged and rocky, with crevasses and glacial crossings that require technical climbing skills.

Unpredictable weather in the Himalayas can result in challenging conditions, potentially affecting your summit bid.

Physical endurance is crucial as you'll face steep ascents, often in freezing temperatures.

The thin air at higher altitudes can lead to fatigue and reduced oxygen levels, making every step more strenuous.

However, with proper preparation, experienced guides, and a determined spirit, these difficulties can be overcome for a successful ascent. 

Experience the thrill of a 3-day Island Peak Climbing adventure, beginning and ending in Chhukung, all at a customized rate of just 900 USD per person. What's more, for larger groups or for those planning their expedition during the offseason, we offer even more attractive pricing, with significant reductions from the original cost.

According to the level of difficulties, Goverment graded the Island Peak at 2B in difficulty.

The elevation of Island Peak is 6165 m  from the sea level.


Certainly, individuals with a strong physical condition and fundamental climbing proficiency can successfully reach the summit without exposing themselves to unnecessary risks. Nevertheless, we strongly recommend adopting a measured and steady approach to your climb. Keeping yourself well-hydrated and taking regular rest breaks when faced with challenges is a prudent strategy to ensure a safe and enjoyable ascent.

You can't get the stunning view of Everest from Island Peak but you can enjoy other surrounding peak of Everest Region like  Nuptse (7,879m.), Lhotse (8,501m.), Lhotse Middle Peak (8,410m.) and Lhotse Shar (8,383m.)

As the elevation of Island Peak is only 6165 m and the supplemental oxygen is only used over 8000 m, there is no requirement of oxygen, but porter always carry the oxygen cylinder for emergency situation.

Primarily, the optimal seasons for Island Peak climbing are autumn and spring. During these periods, you can expect clear and favorable weather conditions that significantly enhance the chances of a successful summit attempt without any disruptions.

During the sunny days, temperature rises up to 20 degree celsius where as morning and night are coldest  with minimum temperature -10 degree celsius.

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