Everest Base Camp Trek with Island Peak

Duration: 16 Days   |   Trip Photos  |  
  • Destination: Nepal
  • Trip Difficulty: Technical Challenging
  • Transport: Private Vehicle / Aeroplane
  • Food: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
  • Accommodation: Lodge + Camping
  • Min Person: Minimum 2 person
  • Max Elevation: 6189m

Climbing the pristine foothills of the Himalayas is every avid trekker's dream. The famous Everest Base Camp trek is widely considered the best in the world. Add the stunning Island peak climbing to it, and the trek becomes even more special.

This Everest Base Camp Trek with Island Peak package from ‘Marvel Adventure’ is perfect for all trekking enthusiasts. The added adventure of Island Peak climbing makes the trek challenging with more exploration opportunities.

The trek starts with the most scenic and thrilling flight from Kathmandu to Tenzing Hilary airport (Lukla). Thereafter, the trek continues passing through the Dudh Koshi river and the Hillary suspension bridge. Namche Bazar is a well-known tourist hub in Everest region where you will get the most beautiful night view. Finally, you will reach Everest base camp. The Kala Patthar is the viewpoint for observing the most beautiful view of Mount Everest, Nuptse, Amadablam and other surrounding mountains of the Everest Region.

Then, you will descend to Chukkung to Island peak base camp for the summit. From Island peak, you will trek down to Namche and then to Lukla to catch the flight to Kathamandu. 

The northeastern Everest region is filled with unique natural landscapes. The scenic trails allow you to observe the majestic Himalayas while trekking and from various viewpoints. The fantastic trek will cross forests, suspension bridges, waterfalls, rivers, glaciers, and other landmarks.

Wildlife species observable during the trek include Himalayan Tahrs, snow leopards, Danfe, etc. They are unique to the region and are most endangered. Spring and Autumn are when they remain most active. It is also the best time for the trek as it comes with clear weather and favorable trekking conditions.

Moreover, the Everest region is a cultural delight as you can find numerous small Sherpa settlements along the trail. Besides, Bhotia, Tamang, and other ethnic communities with separate languages also reside in the region. You can go on a complete cultural exploration and experience their rural lifestyle. A guide will accompany you to translate and give you some local insights.

The tour's main attraction is undoubtedly climbing the summit of Island peak. Since this gorgeous mountain looks like an Island covered in snow, it is popularly known as an Island peak while the locals call it "Imja Tse." It is a good practice ground for Mt. Everest and other significant expeditions in the region. Anyone with basic fitness levels can arrive at the top of this trekking peak.

This spectacular journey of Everest Base Camp Trek with Island Peak is an enchanting experience. We at Marvel Adventure offer you this incredible Himalayan trek package at a reasonable price. Book with us and have a trip of a lifetime. Happy Adventure!

Highlights

  • Breathtaking filght to Lukla
  • Acquaintance of Sherpa culture and traditions
  • Exploring Tengboche Monastey
  • Exhilarating view of Mt. Everest from top of Kalapatthar
  • Summit of Island Peak
  • 360° mountain views from top of Island peak

Day to Day Itinerary

  • Day 1 Fly to Tenzing Hillary Airport at Lukla (2800m) and Trek to Phakding (2610m)

    Phakding Altitude: 2610 meters

    Flight Hours: 35-40 minutes

    Walking Hours: 3-4 hours

    Overnight at Phakding

    We will take off from Kathmandu and quickly view the Kathmandu valley through the plane. Then we will be heading to the Tenzing Hillary Airport at Lukla. The airport runaway might seem scary due to its narrow runaway; nevertheless, the views after take-off make up for it. This whole flight will cost you 35 to 40 minutes worth of time.

    After landing, you will have to trek to Phakding on foot. Guides and porters will accompany you as you trek. You will have to cross the Dudh Koshi river through suspension bridges. The view of the river and landscapes through this part of the trek will be immaculate.

    A total of 3 to 4 hours worth of walking will bring you to the wonderful place of Phakding. Local tea houses will accommodate you in the area. You will be spending your night of the first day in these tea houses.

    • Day 2 Trek to Namche (3440m)

      Namche altitude: 3440 meters

      Walking Hours:4 to 5 hours

      Overnight at Namche

      The second day of the trek will start by departing from Phakding to Namche. Similar to the previous day’s travel, you will again have to cross suspension bridges along the banks of Dudh Koshi. There are five suspension bridges to be crossed this day and the last one being the world’s 123rd tallest bridge

      After walking for about 3 hours, you will enter the Sagarmatha National Park area. The area houses various rare species of floras and faunas. A little bit up the hill from Sagarmatha National Park will bring you to the end point of your second day’s trek. You will reach Namche and be welcomed very hospitably. The environment of this region will be very quaint and peaceful. You will be able to interact with the local Sherpa people or buy souvenirs from Namche Bazaar. You will be accommodated within a lodge in the Bazaar and spend the night here.

      This will mark the end of the second day.

      • Day 3 Acclimatization Day at Namche

        Namche Altitude:3440 meters

        Overnight at Namche

        Traveling to high-altitude places like the Himalayas requires you to go slow and get familiar with the altitude. It is essential to avoid altitude sickness and other health hazards. On this day, you will get to explore the Sagarmatha National Park Headquarters. Through this point, you will catch a glimpse of many mountain ranges as well as Mount Everest. There is a museum you can visit as well.

        After that, you will walk uphill to the hotel Everest View for a while. Then we will take a brisk walk down the twin villages of Khumjung and Khunde. After we are done with that, we will go back to Namche for lunch. The rest of the day can be spent exploring Namche bazaar, talking to locals, and observing their cultures. You can also go shopping or cafe hopping here. Such a flexible itinerary will not be available later in the trek.

        The day will end as such, and once again, you will be lodging in the same place as the previous night. This overnight stay will be the last stay here at Namche before we return.

        • Day 4 Trek to Tengboche (3874m)

          Tengboche’s altitude: 3874 meters

          Walking hours: 5 hours

          Overnight stay at Tengboche

          After staying at Namche for two days, we will trek uphill to Tengboche. The trek will take about 5 hours. This walk will give you views of spectacular snow-capped mountain ranges of Everest, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Thamserku, Kwangde, and Nuptse.

          The trails of this trek at quite steep till Sanasa, and then the steeps decrease a little Phunki Thanka. From here, you will reach Tengboche within 2 hours. The road you will walk will have beautiful trails of rhododendrons along with pine and fir trees.

          Upon arrival to Tengboche, you will notice the spiritual monastery of Tengboche. The area nearby to the monastery has a bakery too. This place houses a few tea houses as well as lodges. You will be accommodated in a teahouse near the Tengboche monastery. You will have to spend the night here, marking the end of the fourth day of the trek.

          • Day 5 Trek to Dingboche (4400m)

            Dingboche altitude: 4400 meters

            Walking hours: 6 hours

            Overnight stay at Dingboche

            The fifth day’s trek starts by slightly going downhill from Tengboche for about an hour till you cross a wooden bridge. Then the trail continues uphill towards a dusty forested village of Pangboche.

            En route, you can see various Yak herds. Further ahead, you ought to cross a river and then climb uphill. A further ahead of Pangboche will be Somare at the altitude of 4000 meters, where you will stop for lunch. You can notice that you can no longer see vegetation above this landmark.

            At a certain distance, there again is a viewpoint that shows the exotic views of Mount Ama Dablam. From this point on, you will have to travel around 30 to 40 minutes further to reach your destined village of Dingboche. You will again be accommodated in one of the lodges of the village to rest overnight. This wil mark the end of day five.

            • Day 6 Acclimatization Day at Dingboche

              Dingboche Altitude: 4400 meters

              Nagarjun Altitude: 5100 meters

              Overnight stay at Dingboche

              This will be your second acclimatizing day of the whole trek. You will get a chance to hike Nagarjun Hill, which is straight up from Dingboche. You will get to observe various mountains from this peak. Mountains like Ama Dablam, Makalu, Lhotse, and Island Peak are a few of the mountains that can be seen from here.

              The Nagarjun hike will also allow you to explore flora and fauna of the area. Glimpses of wild animals can also be seen during this hike. Before returning back to Dingboche, explore the Nagarjun area, take some pictures, observe the beautiful mountain range and take a breather.

              Then you will descend back to Dingboche. You will have the rest of the day after the Nagarjun hike to yourself until dinner. You will again dine in the same place and sleep in the same lodge. This acclimatization wil mark the end of the fifth day of the trek.

              • Day 7 Trek to Lobuche (4940m)

                Lobuche altitude: 4940 meters

                Walking hours: 5 hours

                Overnight stay at Lobuche

                A step further from the Everest Base Camp, the 7th day of the trek will start with a gentle walk to Thukla. After a short tea break or lunch at the spot, After visiting the Thukla pass, you will start climbing the steepest trail so far. You will have to climb the Dughla pass. Dhugla pass has a park that is a memorial place for climbers across the globe who have lost their lives during their expedition to Everest.

                The higher and further you walk from there, the more mesmerizing the view gets and the more tiring the journey gets. You will reach the Khumbu glacier on the road ahead. From there, you will get a glimpse of Kala Patthar as well.

                From this point onwards, you will only take 30 more minutes to reach Lobuche. After reaching the destination, you will be dining and accommodated here. This will be the end of day 7 of the trek.

                • Day 8 Trek to Gorakshep (5180) and Everest Base Camp (5364m)

                  Everest Base Camp Altitude: 5364 meters

                  Gorakshep Altitude: 5000 meters

                  Walking hours: 7 to 8 hours

                  Overnight Stay at Gorakshep

                  The trek from Lobuche to Gorakshep and Everest Base Camp will be the longest travel so far in the trek. You will first walk through a relatively easy trail along the road with many rocky boulders and slippery trails. You will reach Gorakshep for your lunch, then continue aiming for the Everest Base Camp.

                  It isn’t possible for us to be camping or staying overnight at the base camp, so you will be lodging in Gorakshep. It will have convenient lodging options and tea houses. It is among the final settlements in this region before the trail goes barren and lifeless.

                  So, before leaving for the Base Camp, you will drop your bags in the hotel room when we stop for lunch and then continue your trek. After around 2 hours of trekking from Gorakshep, you will pass through the Khumbu Glacier and reach the Everest Base Camp.

                  Upon arrival, you will see tons of tents and camps in the region. There will be various mountaineers who will be starting to climb Everest from the base camp. After exploring the base camp area and hiking a little, you will return back to Gorakshep. You will dine and sleep in the local teahouse where you dropped off your luggage.

                  This will end our Everest Base Camp trek and day 8 of the package.

                  • Day 9 Trek to Kalapatthar (5400m) and Back to Dingboche

                    Dingboche’s Altitude: 4400 meters

                    Walking hours: 7 to 8 hours

                    Overnight stay at Dingboche

                    The 9th day of the trek will consist of sightseeing of the mountain range from Kala Patthar. You will be waking up early in the morning to catch a glimpse of the sunrise view from Kala Patthar. People often consider this viewpoint one of the Earth's most beautiful observation points. The Kala Patthar viewpoint gives the best glimpses of Mount Everest, even better than that of the Everest Base Camp.

                    After you leave Gorakshep for the Kala Patthar hike, you will go downhill for a bit and then go back to climbing. It will take you about 2 hours to complete this hike. Once you reach the viewpoint, you will cherish the environment. The viewpoint will let you see the Himalayas of Mount Everest, Changtse, Nuptse, Lhotse, and others. The early morning sun rays hitting these mountains will be a sight you will reminisce about for a lifetime.

                    After the hike, we will descend back to Gorakshep, take our luggage, and move back to Dingboche through Periche. The hike will end with you being accommodated in lodges of Dingboche like you had been before. You will dine and sleep in Dingboche. This will mark the end of day 9 of the hike.

                    • Day 10 Trek to Chukkung (4760m)

                      Chukkung altitude: 4760 meters

                      Walking hours : 3 to 4 hours

                      Overnight stay at Chukkung

                      You will leave for Chukkung with quite a steep trek from Dingboche. The trek will allow you to pass through the beautiful Himalayan settlement. It will take about 2 to 3 hours before you arrive in a settlement area of Chukkung.

                      Chukkung will greet you with mesmerizing views of mountains like Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and Imja Tse(or the Island peak). The Chukkung valley will give you views of the scenically mesmerizing Imja Khola. You will also explore the Imja Khola glacier along with the glaciers of Lhotse Shar.

                      The Chukkung village trek will be a short and sweet one. The village provides you with facilities for lodging through lodges and tea houses. You will be accommodated here for the day. The next day of the trip will be a bit more exhausting, so you will rest well for it this day.

                      You will dine here and sleep in one of the local lodges or tea houses. This will end our 10th day of the trek with the commencement of the Island Peak scaling journey the next day.

                      • Day 11 Trek to Island Peak Base Camp (5100m)

                        Island Peak Base Camp Altitude: 5100 meters

                        Walking hours: 5 to 6 hours

                        Overnight stay at Tent (Island Peak Base Camp)

                        This will commence our journey to summit Island Peak. After breakfast in Chukking, we will leave the place and hike to reach the Island Peak Base Camp. The journey will involve us climbing uphill to the south and then towards the main valley in the east.

                        The travel will show us serene waterfalls and glacial streams on the trail. We will once again be able to catch the majestic views of the Imja Khola glacier region. En route, you will also pass the glacier moraine of Lhotse.

                        After our trek to base camp, we can observe the Island Peak (also known as Imsa Tse) in its glory. From the base camp, you will see a very proper southwestern view of the mountain. You will get an aggregate idea of what your journey will comprise of the next day.

                        The guides will be helping you settle tents in the base camp. You will be camping in tents for the night as there won’t be other means of lodging. This overnight stay at the Island Peak base camp will mark the end of day 11 of the trek.

                        • Day 12 Summit Island Peak (6189m) and Trek Down to Chukkung

                          Island peak Altitude: 6189 meters

                          Walking hours: 3 to 4 hours

                          Overnight stay at Chukkung

                          You will wake up early as 2 am to start this day’s trek. The weather in the morning is more appropriate for climbing, as the wind harsh winds during the day could be a hassle. The weather is also way clearer in the morning time than at any other time of the day.

                          A professional mountain guide will be assisting you in climbing the mountain. You will face steep, slippery slopes and glaciers during your climb. After 2 to 3 hours of climbing, you will summit Island Peak. From the peak, you will get an immensely beautiful scene. You can get views of mountains like Baruntse Ama Dablam, Makalu, Lhotse Nuptse, and many more from the summit. You will also likely get a 360-degree panoramic view of the aforementioned mountains from here.

                          The adrenalin rush you will have when you summit the peak wil be an experience of a lifetime.

                          After you are done with your summit, you will descend back to the Island Peak Base Camp. The guides will help you with the tents, and you will pack your luggage to go back to Chukkung.

                          You will again be accommodated into one of the local lodges or tea houses of Chukkung to dine and sleep. This will mark the end of our Island Peak trek before returning to the starting point.

                          • Day 13 Trek Back to Tengboche (3860m)

                            Tengboche Altitude: 3860 meters

                            Walking hours: 3 to 4 hours

                            Overnight stay at Tengboche

                            After completing your Island Peak summit, you will walk down to Pangboche from Chukkung. Then you have to ascend through Debuche and then to Tengboche. The trek will have already taken you to these places in the earlier days, so you will likely be more familiar with it now.

                            You will observe the settlement of Pangboche village through the trails. It will take about 2 to 3 hours of trekking till you reach a settlement area. You will be staying overnight at a lodge after you reach Tengboche. This will mark the end of day 13.

                            • Day 14 Trek to Namche

                              Namche Altitude: 3440 meters

                              Walking hours : 3 to 4 hours

                              Overnight stay at Namche

                              On the 14th day of the trek, you will leave Tengboche and march down towards the vibrant Sherpa town of Namche. Namche will not be as barren or empty as other settlement areas you trekked. You will have stayed two nights at Namche during the earlier part of the trek. Hence, you will be more familiar with it.

                              After arrival, you will have most of the day to yourself and can indulge in the local tour. You will have various options for refreshment and relaxation here. You can hop onto local cafes and pubs here. The Irish pub located here is the highest altitude pub in the world. Visiting the pub would be a lifelong experience. You will be accommodated in a lodge here again to stay the night. This will mark the end of day 14.

                              • Day 15 Trek to Lukla

                                Lukla Altitude: 2880 meters

                                Walking hours: 3 to 4 hours

                                Overnight stay at Lukla

                                Like Namche, you will trace your steps back to where you came from. We will now walk down towards Lukla. Upon arrival to Lukla, you will be hosted with a celebration for completing the trek, especially the exhausting yet joyous summit of Island Peak.

                                You will be staying overnight at a lodge. This will mark the second last day of the journey and almost the end of the package.

                                • Day 16 Early Flight to Kathmandu

                                  Kathmandu Altitude:

                                  Flight hours: 30 to 40 minutes

                                  On the last day, you will fly back to Kathmandu early in the morning. Once again, during your flight back, you will catch a glimpse of breathtaking views of mountains, rivers, forests, and many more. Upon landing in Kathmandu, you will be insured a ride back to your hotel in Kathmandu through a private vehicle.

                                  This will officially mark the end of our 16-day-long trip.

                                  What to Expect

                                  • All Domestic flights and airport tax as listed in the itinerary
                                  • Standard meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek
                                  • TIMS (Trekking Information Management System) card
                                  • Sagarmatha National Park entry permit
                                  • Peak climbing permit 
                                  • Professional mountain guide
                                  • Stong and helpful porter with proper equipments (1 porter for 2 people)
                                  • Salary,food,accommodation and insurance for guide and porters
                                  • Tea house/lodge accommodation during the trek
                                  • One night tent accommodation in Island Base Camp with hygienic meals.
                                  • Necessary peak climbing equipments
                                  • Comprehensive first aid kit
                                  • Government taxes and official expenses
                                  • International Airfare and taxes
                                  • Nepal entry visa fee
                                  • Your Travel Insurance (compulsory)
                                  • Lunch and dinner whilst in Kathmandu
                                  • Entrance fee in the heritage sites during city tour.
                                  • All the expenses of personal nature
                                  • Any kind of drinks and desserts during the trek
                                  • Tips for guide and porter (Tipping is expected)

                                  PRICES & DATES

                                  Trip DatesAvailabilityPrice  
                                  07 Oct, 2022 - 22 Oct, 2022GuaranteedUS$2150
                                  11 Oct, 2022 - 26 Oct, 2022GuaranteedUS$2150
                                  14 Oct, 2022 - 29 Oct, 2022GuaranteedUS$2150
                                  18 Oct, 2022 - 02 Nov, 2022GuaranteedUS$2150
                                  21 Oct, 2022 - 05 Nov, 2022GuaranteedUS$2150
                                  25 Oct, 2022 - 09 Nov, 2022GuaranteedUS$2150
                                  28 Oct, 2022 - 12 Nov, 2022GuaranteedUS$2150
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                                  Useful Information

                                  1. Insurance

                                  Travel insurance is mandatory for all clients undertaking any trip. It should provide adequate security for the full duration of the tour to cover personal injury, medical expenses, repatriation expenses, helicopter rescue and loss of luggage. Make sure that your insurance policy covers up to 2500-6000 meters of altitude.

                                  2. Packing List

                                  • Sunglasses
                                  • Sun-Cream and Lip Balm with high SPF
                                  • Hat/Cap
                                  • T-shirt, Vests and Shirt
                                  • Fleece/Sweater
                                  • Fleece Jacket
                                  • Down Jacket
                                  • Waterproof Jacket and Trousers
                                  • Warm Gloves
                                  • Hiking Boots
                                  • 3-4 pairs of socks
                                  • Day pack (30-40 liters)
                                  • Torch light
                                  • Water bottle (Minimum 2 liters)
                                  • Small Hand Towel
                                  • Sleeping Bag for up to -15 Degree Celsius

                                  3. Guide and Porter

                                  We provide experienced, knowledgeable and honest guide with good communication skills in English language to make your trip wonderful. The guide will provide all the information about the mountains, different histories, cultures, traditions and many more. We will provide 1 porter for 2 people. The porters are helpful as well as strong and will carry a maximum of 25 kgs combined. After giving the best services along with the hard works up in the mountains, guides and porters expect some tips from your side. Tipping culture is very common in tourism sector.

                                  4. Altitude Sickness

                                  Altitude sickness, also known as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), is a pathological effect of high altitude on humans, caused by acute exposure to low partial pressure of oxygen at high altitude. It commonly occurs above 3000 meters. It presents as a collection of nonspecific symptoms, acquired at high altitude or in low air pressure, resembling a case of "flu, carbon monoxide poisoning, or a hangover". However, most people can ascend to 3000 meters without difficulty.

                                  Primary Symptoms of Altitude Sickness:

                                  • Lack of appetite, nausea, or vomiting
                                  • Fatigue or weakness
                                  • Dizziness or lightheadedness
                                  • Swelling of hands, feet, and face
                                  • Insomnia
                                  • Shortness of breath upon exertion
                                  • Nosebleed
                                  • Persistent rapid pulse
                                  • Drowsiness
                                  • General malaise

                                  Prevention:

                                  Ascending slowly is the best way to avoid altitude sickness. Avoiding strenuous activity such as skiing, hiking, etc. in the first 24 hours at high altitude reduces the symptoms of AMS. Alcohol and sleeping pills are respiratory depressants, and thus slow down the acclimatization process and should be avoided. Alcohol also tends to cause dehydration and exacerbates AMS. Thus, Marvel Adventure strictly suggests avoiding alcohol consumption in the first 24–48 hours at a higher altitude.

                                  Guides and porters from Marvel Adventure are very much familiar with this problem due to their experience. All of them are trained with basic medical trainings and hence they definitely can help you.

                                  Points to be noted

                                  The exciting itinerary we have provided will probably have you planning your trip right at the moment. However, remember these points before planning your Everest Base Camp trek with Island Peak summit.

                                  • You need to plan your trek for the appropriate season to avoid dangers. The spring and autumn are the most appropriate times to plan this trek. Our package is amply available during these seasons.
                                  • You need to make sure to get several permits for your Everest Base Camp Trek with Island Peak. Our package will cover your cost and hassles to achieve the permit.
                                  • You need professional guides and porters to help you during the trek. Our package covers the luxury of such facilities as well.
                                  • You might get altitude sickness during the trek, so acclimatization is essential. If you see our itinerary, we ensure you acclimate during the trip. We will also have professional guides to help you with any other health issues caused by the trekking.
                                  • Proper climbing gears and equipment should be carried to trek this region to avoid injuries. Our team and professional guides will cover these and help you set them up.

                                  Frequently Asked Questions

                                  These are some of the frequently asked questions about our Everest Base Camp trek with Island Peak:

                                  What is the height of Island Peak?

                                  The Island Peak has a staggering height of 6189 meters.

                                  How long will the combined trek of Everest Base Camp trek with Island Peak last?

                                  The package we offer for the combined trek will last for a total of 16 days.

                                  What is the highest altitude of the trek?

                                  The Island Peak, at its summit of 6189 meters, is the highest altitude of the trek.

                                  Where does the trek commence, and where does it end?

                                  The trek will commence from Lukla from Kathmandu, trekking to the two destinations through various routes. The tour will end by retracing the same steps and returning to Lukla and Kathmandu.

                                  How difficult is the Everest Base Camp Trek with Island peak?

                                  The trek is relatively less difficult than the treks to the other mountain trails of the country. It is a safer and a novice option for those who do not want to trek a difficult region.

                                  What are the permits needed for this trek?

                                  You will need Pasang Lhamu rural area permit as well as Sagarmatha National park permit.

                                  What are the appropriate seasons to trek this region?

                                  Spring and autumn are the best seasons based on the weather and temperature of the region.

                                  Should you do the Everest Base Camp trek with Island Peak solo?

                                  Absolutely not. The trek to this region requires a team effort. The remote areas of the hiking trail require you to have professional guidance.

                                  How many people will be trekking in a package?

                                  The group size for the trekking will vary based on how many people have applied. It usually ranges from 2 to 12. However, the trek is more enjoyable with more people. The more, the merrier.

                                  Are professional guides and porters necessary for the trek?

                                  Yes, licensed professional guides are very much essential for the trek. They will give you trekking guidelines and teach you about the culture and diverse landscapes of the trekking trails. You will also need porters to help u carry your luggage as such a long trek will be very tiring.

                                  What are the food options during the trek?

                                  The most common food options for the trek are the Nepali “daal-bhat,” or rice and lentils with vegetables. You will also get options to eat chowmein, mo:mo, pizza, pasta, and other Nepali regulars.

                                  What are the drinking water facilities?

                                  You will get drinkable water where you are lodging conveniently. You can also buy bottled water, but it might be expensive.

                                  Do I need to bring my own trekking gear?

                                  If you have a preferred trekking gear or sleeping bags, you can carry them with you. But we will also carry them with us and have you covered if you do not have them.

                                  Should I bring extra cash during the trek?

                                  If you wish to buy souvenirs, donate to a local charity, or use them for something beyond the itinerary, you can bring extra cash for it. You should also carry extra cash to tip porters and guides. However, the money for food, lodging, travel gear, transport, etc., will be covered in our package.

                                  How much will the total package cost you?

                                  The package will cover everything essential for you, including flight, trekking gear, accommodation, meals, etc. All these expenses will end up costing around 2200 USD.

                                  Final say and why you should choose this package

                                  The Himalayas of Nepal provides you with a myriad of opportunities to trek. The Everest Base Camp trek with Island Peak has its reputation for being so close to the Mount Everest expedition experience. The travel will be both challenging and enjoyable.

                                  If you choose to trek this region with Marvel Adventure, you will not regret it. It will end up being an experience for a lifetime. Getting an opportunity to trek through the trails near Everest to not only one but several famous tourist destinations is a great deal. You need to apply for the package. We will give you a reasonable price and an unforgettable trip.

                                  Contact us at Marvel Adventures for any queries.

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