Overview The Everest Expedition 2024 with Island Peak Climbing is an extraordinary adventure that combines the ultimate challenge of scaling the world's highest peak, Mount Everest, with the exhilarating experience of conquering the stunning Island Peak. This trip also offers a thrilling and comprehensive exploration of the Himalayas, pushing your physical and mental limits to the extreme. Starting in Kathmandu, Nepal, the journey begins with a thorough briefing and preparation to ensure the safety and success of the expedition. Expert guides and Sherpas will also accompany you throughout the trip, providing invaluable support and guidance. The expedition commences with a…
The Everest Expedition 2024 with Island Peak Climbing is an extraordinary adventure that combines the ultimate challenge of scaling the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest, with the exhilarating experience of conquering the stunning Island Peak. This trip also offers a thrilling and comprehensive exploration of the Himalayas, pushing your physical and mental limits to the extreme.
Starting in Kathmandu, Nepal, the journey begins with a thorough briefing and preparation to ensure the safety and success of the expedition. Expert guides and Sherpas will also accompany you throughout the trip, providing invaluable support and guidance.
The expedition commences with a scenic flight to Lukla, the gateway to the Everest region. From there, the trek to Everest Base Camp begins, leading you through picturesque Sherpa villages, lush forests, and challenging mountain trails. Along the way, you’ll witness breathtaking views of snow-capped peaks, including Ama Dablam, Lhotse, and Nuptse.
Reaching Everest Base Camp is also a momentous achievement in itself, as you immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring surroundings and soak in the rich Sherpa culture. After acclimatization and preparation, the true highlight of the expedition awaits—the ascent of Island Peak.
Island Peak, also known as Imja Tse, stands at 6,189 meters and offers an exhilarating climbing experience. With the guidance of experienced climbing Sherpas, you’ll tackle technical sections, navigate crevasses, and overcome challenging ice slopes. The summit rewards you with panoramic views of the Himalayan giants, including Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu.
The expedition demands physical fitness, mental resilience, and previous climbing experience. It’s a unique opportunity to test your limits and push yourself beyond what you thought possible. However, with the right preparation, determination, and the support of the experienced team, you’ll have the chance to conquer two extraordinary peaks and create lifelong memories.
As you return to Lukla and bid farewell to the majestic Himalayas, you’ll carry with you a deep sense of accomplishment, a profound connection to the mountains, and a newfound appreciation for the raw beauty of nature.
The Everest Expedition 2024 with Island Peak Climbing is an unforgettable journey that promises adventure, self-discovery, and a profound sense of achievement—a once-in-a-lifetime experience for those seeking the ultimate mountaineering challenge.
Fixed Departure: 7 April, 2024
5 April: Arrival in Kathmandu & transfer to the hotel
6 April: Official formalities and Shopping in Kathmandu
7 April: Drive to Airport, fly to Lukla & commence trek to Phakding
8 April: Trek to Namche Bazaar
9 April: Acclimatization day at Namche
10 April: Trek to Tengboche
11 April: Trek to Dingboche
12 April: Rest day in Dingboche
13 April: Trek to Chhukung
14 April: Rest and acclimatization
15 April: Trek to Island Peak Base Camp
16 April: Summit Island Peak and return back to Chhukung
17 April: Rest day
18 April: Trek to Lobuche
19 April: Trek to Everest Base Camp
20-25 April: We carry out following activities:
26 April: Climb to Camp I o/n
27 April: Climb to Camp II o/n
28 April: Rest and acclimatization
29 April: Hike up to West Shoulder
30 April: Touch Camp III, return back to Camp II o/n
1 May: Descend to Base Camp
2-8 May: Descend to Namche for rest, evaluate weather conditions for summit rotation. Direct fly back to Kathmandu for good rest (for those who can afford budget)
9-12 May: Back to Base Camp and final preparation for summit push
13 May: Climb to Camp II o/n
14 May: Rest at Camp II
15 May: Climb to Camp III o/n (from here on we will use oxygen)
16 May: Climb to Camp IV o/n
17 May: Rest at Camp IV (in case of bad weather)
18 May: Summit Mt. Everest and return back to Camp IV (if possible lower camps)
19 May: Descend to Camp II
20 May: Descend to Base Camp
21 May: Cleaning up Base Camp
22 May: Trek back to Pheriche or Direct flight to KTM by Heli
23 May: Trek to Namche
24 May: Trek to Lukla
25 May: Fly to Ktm
26 May: Final Departure
27-31 May:Extra days in case of bad weather, etc. (contingency)
Note: If the above itinerary does not meet your needs, it can be customized as per your requirement.
Expedition Terms and conditions:
well as service exclude list i.e. provided to our clients.
and others Nepali staff.
to provide a qualitative service to Member and staff according to Service list.
bring up the good solution to its problem as per the requirements.
be responsible if anything unpredictable accident happens due to self-carelessness of the clients.
coverage of minimum US $25000. Besides they must also do medical and travel insurance
for own safety. We also would like to suggest all of our clients to make trip cancellation insurance
in case of natural disaster in the mountains which is unpredictable and knows no timing. Even
we can’t guarantee our health problem so, it is best to stay safe side ourselves.
will be added.
If the clients make the payment through Bank transfer, then bank transfer charge has to be borne
by the clients.
whereas 85% of the payment will be refunded.
where as 50% will be deducted.
payment will be refunded whereas 80% will be deducted.
disaster will occur or member personal health problem take place after expedition start
the same condition will be applied.