Everest trekking in Nepal has its natural importance. Everest Base Camp trek with Island peak climbing offers the magnificent views for four of the world's tallest mountains Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu and the Everest rises above everything else. On our 20-days Everest Base Camp Trek with Island peak, we can experience surprising mountain views. Get indication of life of the world famous climbers (Sherpas), enter Sagarmatha National Park, a world heritage site (natural) and tour of high altitude Buddhist monasteries. Trekking to the base camp of Everest provides us an opportunity to embark on an epic journey that Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay set-off in 1953. But nothing beats the excitement and sense of execution that grips travelers on seeing the influence of the impressive the Mt. Everest up close. Thus one of the popular trekking in Nepal can be Everest trekking in Nepal .
Everest trekking in Nepal together with Everest Base Camp trek with Island Peak Expedition you will not only reach the summit of the magnificent Island Peak but get more experience trekking in the most popular places in Everest region. The peak was named Island peak in 1951 by Eric Shiptons, since it appears as an Island in a sea of ice when viewed from Dingboche (4350m). In 1983 it was renamed Imja Tse but even the locals still call it Island peak. The mountain was first climbed in 1953. Today it is used by many climbers to prepare for other high mountains in the region. Island Peak has an impressive, highly glaciated west face that rises from the Lhotse Glacier which is a bit tough to climb; however, the magnificent views from the summit are certainly a proper reward for your dream.
April-May (spring season) and October-November (autumn season) are the best time to climb. Island peak is perhaps the best opportunity to advanced/ beginner/ intermediate climbers to take on a challenging glacier climb above 20,000 ft in the heart of the Everest Himalayan region. Thus the route is much popular trekking destination as Everest Trekking in Nepal.