Island Peak Climbing

3 reviewsImja Tse Climbing
Trip Fact:
  • Duration 19 Days
  • Difficulty Level Challenging
  • DestinationNepal
  • Max Altitude6,189 m / 20,305 ft
  • AccommodationHotel in Kathmandu, Tea house / lodges in the trek, and Tented camp during the climbing
  • MealsBreakfast in Kathmandu / All meals in trek/climbing
  • Trip Start/EndLukla
  • Group Size2-20 pax
  • Best SeasonMarch to May and September to November are best months for climbing.

Island Peak Climbing is your gateway to conquering Himalayan heights, exploring Sherpa traditions, and capturing unforgettable mountain panoramas.

Highlights of Island Peak Climbing

  • Enjoy the excitement of walking and climbing in the Himalayas.
  • See a variety of mountain animals and plants.
  • Stay in beautiful mountain villages and experience their hospitality.
  • Be amazed by the incredible mountain views.
  • Learn about old monasteries and the Sherpa community's life.
  • Reach the heights of Everest Base Camp and Kala Patthar.
  • Have fun camping during your climb.
  • Stand on top of Island Peak, which is 6,160 meters high.

Island Peak, also called Imja Tse, is a well-known mountain that rises 6,189m (20,305ft) above sea level. It's positioned on the Chukung Glacier, surrounded by Mt. Lhotse and Ama Dablam. The mountain got its name 'Island Peak' because it looks like an island amidst ice. Eric Shipton, a member of the 1953 Mount Everest team, gave it this name.

Though the climb to the peak is tough, it's great for beginners. You should be fit and have some basic climbing skills. During the climb, you'll learn more about mountain climbing.

The journey begins with a short flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. From Lukla, you'll walk to Phakding. While there, consider checking out local monasteries. The next stops are Namche Bazaar (where you rest for a day), Tengboche, Dingboche, and finally Chhukung.

The path from Chhukung takes you to Island Peak's base camp. There, you'll be greeted by beautiful mountain views. The next day, you'll start your climb early. You'll move over rocky areas and snow sections to reach the top.

Once at the summit, you'll see amazing views of mountains like Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and Makalu. Being on Island Peak will give you a great sense of achievement. After enjoying the scenery, you'll head back to base camp, then to Lukla. The adventure concludes with a flight back to Kathmandu.

Why Climbing Island Peak with Us?

Join us for a responsible Himalayan trip, including climbing Island Peak in 2024/2025. Climbing in the Himalayas is challenging, but our team's experience ensures you're in good hands. Here's why you should pick us for your Island Peak adventure:

  • Expert Team: At Dream Heaven Adventures, we have skilled climbers who've climbed the world's top peaks. They'll make your climb memorable and safe.
  • Small Groups: We keep our groups small for personal attention and a close-knit experience. This way, you can really connect with others during the climb.
  • Your Choice of Plans: Want to adjust your trip? No problem. We let you customize your journey, whether it's other activities in Kathmandu or extra treks to Everest Base Camp.
  • Eco-friendly: We care about the Himalayas. We use green products and aim to leave no trace, ensuring this beautiful place remains for future generations.
  • Complete Training: We prepare you for the climb, teaching the skills you'll need to take on Island Peak confidently.
  • Supporting Locals: Part of our earnings helps local projects in education and health in the Khumbu area.
  • Safety First: Your safety is vital. We're equipped for emergencies, and our safety measures make sure you're looked after the entire trip.
  • Care for the Environment: We promote eco-friendly tourism. Our mantra: "Take only pictures, leave only footprints."
  • Clear Pricing: No surprises with us. Our prices are upfront and offer great value for your unique experience.
  • Flexible Booking: We get that plans can change. Our booking is flexible, and our cancellation policy is clear. So, you can book without worries.
  • Begin the Adventure: Join Dream Heaven Adventures for a thrilling climb and a deeper connection with nature. It's more than just a climb; it's a life-changing experience.

Island Peak Climbing: Cost for 2024 and 2025

Join Dream Heaven Adventure for a memorable Island Peak climbing adventure. Island Peak, set in the beautiful Himalayas, offers a thrilling experience, and with Dream Heaven, you get both adventure and good prices.

Our Island Peak trip cost starts at just USD 2050 per person.

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Book Now for 2023/2024 Expeditions

Are you ready to conquer the majestic Island Peak and create lasting memories in the Himalayas? Dream Heaven Adventure is thrilled to announce that our Island Peak Climbing expeditions for 2024 and 2025 are now open for booking. Secure your spot today and prepare for the journey of a lifetime!


Our representative will be at Tribhuvan International Airport to receive you. He will take you to the respective hotel. Remaining time will be spent taking rest.

  • Hotel
  • 1400m

We will take you to office of Dream Heaven Adventure. Meeting with our well trained and well experienced guides. You will be taught in detail about the trekking and you will be introduced with all the climbing equipments required during your trekking.
Also, we have a sightseeing tour around Kathmandu valley, overnight in hotel.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 1400m

Breakfast. Departure to Tribhuvan International Airport for our flight to Lukla. The flight to Lukla is one of the astonishing flights that allow you to have close and breathtaking views of various sceneries and Himalayan ranges of Nepal. Lukla Airport is considered as one of the beautiful airports in the world situated in the lap of Himalayas. Our representative will receive you and guide you to trek along the beautiful village to reach Phakding. Acclimatization with a short walk. Visit to nearby villages, temples and monasteries or rest as per your interest. Overnight in Phakding.

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • 2,800m

Breakfast.Walk along the side of Dudh Koshi River through the pine forest. We have to walk until we reach Namche Bazar and Sagarmatha National Park. Namche Bazar is considered as the gateway of this region and on the way to Namche Bazar you will be fascinated with the pine, fur and rhododendron forests and some beautiful villages and some where you have to cross some suspension bridges. Your walk will be full of recreations.

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • 3,440m

This is the day typically set for acclimatization so that trekkers will be able to accomplish their trekking in a convenient way. During acclimatization, you are suggested not to stay idle and take rest but to take short and light walk around the villages. There are several Sherpa Villages depicting typical Sherpa culture, traditions and customs. You can visit nearby monasteries and museums or you can even walk and visit for about 5-6 hours if interested. Overnight in Namche Bazar.

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • 3,440m

Breakfast. Walk towards upto Tengboche. Tengboche is a village with beautiful and famous monasteries in Everest region. Our trail sometimes asends and sometomes desends through various beautiful woods and various beautiful natural beauties. Overnight in Tengboche.

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • 3,870m

We descend for about half an hour through a forest before crossing a river. Next, we trek uphill and notice that as we climb higher, the landscape becomes drier. We walk past a traditional Sherpa village of Pangboche before reaching Pheriche, a beautiful village. On our way to Pereiche, we can see a small helipad used by helicopters specially designed to help and rescue the trekkers in emergency cases.

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • 4,200m

Breakfast. Walk upto Dugla and then ascent towards the Khumbu Glaciers. On the way you will see many prayers flags used as the memory of senior Everest summiteers, who climbed Everest for 10 times. The trai; will takes us to the Khumbu region. On the way we can see different snowcapped mountain ranges. Overnight at Lobuche.

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • 4,930m

Gorak Shep is situated in Everest region at an altitude of 5170 m/16,961ft. The trail goes from Everest base camp and continues through rocky dunes, moraine and streams. Everest base camp will be full of various tents of mountaineers heading towards the summit of the world’s tallest mountain Mt. Everest. Overnight at Gorak Shep.

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • 5170m

Kala Patthar is notable landmark situated in Everest Region. Kala means Black and Patthar means Stone. Kala patthar has the amazing and great views of Everest and other breathtaking mountains. Today our trek will continue till we reach kala patthar. For your information, the cabinet meeting of Nepal Government was once held in Kala Patthar keeping in view the tourism importance of this region. Overnight in Lobuche.

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • 4940m

Kongma La Base camp is situated at an altitude of 5535m. The ascending trail toward Kongma La is quiet difficult but adventurous. Then the trail descends down to the Chukkung whch is situated at an altitude of 4730m.Overnighty at Chukkung.

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • 4,730m

This is the ultimate climb of our trek. We have to climb through the fairly steep trail and all our equipments need to be ready condition at this part of our climb. Sometimes our trail goes along the stream side as well. Snake like route leads us up to the island Peak. Overnight at Island Peak Base Camp.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • 5,200m

Today we will conduct a pre-climb training at Island Peak Base Camp. All the trekking techniques, safety measures and ways of using and handling climbing gears such as the ice axe, climbing boots and crampons, harness, ascender, etc. If you are experienced and well trained mountaineer then it is not compulsory to take part in training session. Our main aim is to assist and guide the beginners who are willing to climb various peaks, considering the safety measures in mind.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • 5,200m

Our trek starts very early at around 12 to 1 am. Breakfast. We need to set our journey this much early so that we will be able to reach the summit of the Island Peak before the afternoon as strong wind blows at that time. Otherwise it will be much difficult to reach the summit. This part of trekking is quiet difficult and requires some mountaineering skills that we have already trained and guide you. It is always a wonderful feeling being able to accomplish the journey and being at the top of Island peak.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • 5,200m

Today we have to return back from the summit. The walk will be easier and familiar ascending down to the Pangboche. Passing through beautiful Sherpa villages will help you in learning and exploring the typical Sherpa culture, tradition and their life style. We can also take a different trail to visit the Gompa in Upper Pangboche, which is believed to be the oldest in the Khumbu region or take the regular trail to reach Pangboche

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • 3,985m

This is the continuation of vour return journey that has to cross Imja Khola and passing through various beautiful and small forests. We will encounter various monastries. Overnight in Namche.

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • 3,440m

Today we have to descend down from Namche Bazar @ 3440m until we reach Lukla at an altitude of 2880m. Overnight at hotel in Lukla.

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • 2,800m

Breakfast. Early morning flight to Kathmandu. Aerial views from aero plane will be astonishing as you will be able to view various scenic beauties, snowcapped mountains and other natural peaks. Overnight at hotel in Kathmandu. Farewell dinner from the Dream Heaven Adventure for successful accomplishment of your trekking.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 1400m

This is the final day of your stay in Nepal. Our airport representative will drop you up to the Tribhuvan International Airport.

    Trip Map

    Island Peak Climbing map

    Cost Details


    • International and Domestic airport transfers ( pickup/drop)
    • Kathmandu hotel - 4 nights ( 3 star hotel)
    • Kathmandu sightseeing tour with professional tour guide and private tourist vehicle
    • Tea house accomodation in the mountain for 15 nights
    • All meals ( 16 breakfast, 15 lunch and 15 dinner) during the trek/climbing
    • Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu flight ticket
    • Professional and experience trekking/climbing guide
    • Strong porter for your trek/climbing ( 1 porter for 2 climber )
    • Necessary field staff for your climbing ( including their expences, equipments and insurance)
    • Island peak climbing permit and Sagarmatha National park entry permit
    • Local government permit and other necessary paper work for the climbing
    • Climbing/camping equipment for the climbing part ( including camping and kitchen, dining, toilet, mattress etc)
    • Usage of first aid kids
    • Necessary equipments for trekking/climbing staffs


    • Lunch/dinner in Kathmandu
    • Your travel insurance
    • Personal expenses in the trip
    • Altitude chamber (PAC) or oxygen
    • Personal equipments ( trekking/climbing)
    • Alcoholic and soft drinks
    • Other expences ( if any)

    Good to Know

    Best Time for Island Peak Climbing - 2024/2025

    When it comes to planning your Island Peak climbing adventure in 2023/2024, timing is everything. The Himalayas boast a diverse climate that varies throughout the year, and choosing the right season can significantly impact your climbing experience. The two most favorable seasons for conquering Island Peak are the spring and autumn, each offering unique advantages and breathtaking landscapes.

    Spring Season (March to May):

    1. Mild and Stable Weather: The spring season in the Himalayas brings moderate temperatures, providing a comfortable environment for climbers. Days are pleasant, and nights are not as cold as in the winter months. The weather remains stable, with minimal rainfall and less cloud cover compared to the monsoon season.
    2. Breathtaking Landscapes: The spring season unveils the mesmerizing beauty of the Himalayan landscapes. The hillsides come alive with blooming rhododendron forests and vibrant wildflowers, creating a picturesque backdrop for your ascent.
    3. Clear Skies and Panoramic Views: With the relatively dry weather, the skies are clear, offering uninterrupted views of the surrounding peaks, including the mighty Mount Everest. The panoramic vistas from Island Peak's summit are awe-inspiring during this season.
    4. Reduced Avalanche Risks: The spring season is considered safer for climbing due to a lower risk of avalanches compared to the winter months. The gradual melting of snow reduces the chances of unstable snowpack.

    Autumn Season (September to November)

    1. Mild Temperatures and Clear Skies: The autumn season is another excellent time to climb Island Peak. Temperatures are pleasant, and the weather remains stable. The skies are clear, providing unobstructed views of the majestic Himalayan peaks.
    2. Stunning Himalayan Vistas: The autumn landscape is enchanting, with lush green valleys and terraced fields contrasting against the snow-capped peaks. The scenery is post-monsoon fresh, making your trek even more enjoyable.
    3. Ideal Climbing Conditions: The stable weather in autumn ensures safer and more predictable climbing conditions. The dry environment reduces the chances of slippery surfaces and allows for a smoother ascent.
    4. Peak Season for Trekking and Climbing: Autumn is the peak season for trekking and climbing in the Himalayas. The trails are bustling with adventurers from around the world, creating a vibrant and energetic atmosphere.

    Avoiding Unfavorable Seasons

    1. Winter Season (December to February): The winter months bring extreme cold temperatures and heavy snowfall, making climbing hazardous and technically challenging. Most climbers avoid this season due to the harsh conditions.
    2. Monsoon Season (June to August): The monsoon season brings heavy rainfall and frequent cloud cover. Trekking and climbing during this period are not recommended due to the risk of landslides and limited visibility.
    In conclusion, both the spring and autumn seasons offer excellent opportunities for Island Peak climbing in 2023/2024. Consider your personal preferences, experience level, and the type of environment you wish to experience when choosing the best time for your Himalayan adventure.

    Island Peak Climbing difficulty

    Island Peak climbing is a non-technical peak but demands strong physical fitness. As per the Himalayan standard, the Island peak difficulty is graded as Alpine PD+. Before we touch the Island Peak Base Camp, we will be trekking to the EBC and Kala Patthar. The trek will help us a lot to acclimatize before pushing towards the summit of the Island Peak.

    The trekking route goes through dense forests and picturesque Sherpa villages. You will be crossing many steep sections and thrilling suspension bridges. Each day 6 to 7 hours walk is involved. The region will get very remote as you leave the tree line behind. It means even less modern comforts.

    Overall, you have to prepare your body and mind to climb Island Peak. Your physical preparation should include walking long hours with a 5 kg day pack on a rough trail. You have to work on increasing your core body strength and stamina. The participants of Island Peak climbing should have previous trekking experience. Likewise, you have to prepare your mind to adjust to the limited services and remoteness of the Himalayas.

    Top Tips for a Memorable Island Peak Climbing - 2024/2025

    Train and Prepare: Prioritize physical fitness and endurance training before the expedition. Regular cardio, strength, and altitude training will help you tackle the challenges of climbing Island Peak with confidence.

    Choose the Right Season: Opt for the best time to climb Island Peak, typically during the spring and autumn months. These seasons offer stable weather and clear views, enhancing your overall experience.

    Stay Hydrated and Nourished: Make sure to drink lots of water and eat a balanced diet while on the expedition. It's really important to stay hydrated and eat well for the best performance.

    Pack Wisely: Pack essentials like high-quality trekking gear, warm clothing, sturdy footwear, and personal items. Travel light and efficiently, but ensure you have all the necessary equipment for a safe climb.

    Acclimatize Gradually: Acclimatization is key to avoid altitude sickness. Follow a well-planned itinerary with acclimatization days to adjust to higher altitudes effectively.

    Listen to Your Guides: Our experienced guides are there to support and guide you. Follow their advice and instructions to ensure a successful and safe climb.

    Practice Leave No Trace: Respect the Himalayan environment and local culture by leaving no trace behind. Dispose of waste responsibly and follow eco-friendly practices.

    Be Respectful and Humble: Embrace the rich local culture with humility and respect. Engage with locals, learn from their traditions, and contribute positively to the communities you visit.

    Stay Safe: Safety is paramount. Rely on proper climbing equipment, follow safety protocols, and communicate any concerns to your guides immediately.

    Capture the Moments: Bring a reliable camera to capture the awe-inspiring landscapes and triumphant moments. Cherish the memories of your Himalayan adventure for years to come.

    Embrace the Himalayan spirit and embark on an unforgettable Island Peak climbing adventure in 2023/2024. With these tips, you'll be well-prepared for the challenges and rewards that await you on this remarkable journey.

    Gear up for Island Peak Climbing - 2024/2025

    When conquering the heights of Island Peak in 2024/2025, having the right equipment is paramount to ensure a safe and successful climb. Here's a curated list of essential gear you'll need for this exhilarating adventure:

    Climbing Gear:

    • Climbing harness: Provides security during ascents and descents.
    • Ice axe: Essential for stability and balance on icy terrain.
    • Crampons: Grip the ice and snow, enabling safe traversals.
    • Ascender/descender: Assists with rope maneuvers and rappelling.
    • Carabiners (locking and non-locking): Crucial for attaching to ropes and gear.
    • Prusik cord: Acts as a safety backup during challenging sections.

    Apparel for Mountaineering:

    • Insulated down jacket: Keeps you warm in high altitudes.
    • Waterproof and windproof shell jacket: Shields against harsh weather conditions.
    • Waterproof and windproof shell pants: Ensures dryness and comfort.
    • Fleece or soft-shell jacket: Provides insulation during milder weather.
    • Moisture-wicking base layers (tops and bottoms): Regulate body temperature.
    • Climbing gloves: Protect hands from cold and abrasions.
    • Warm hat and sun hat: Shields from extreme cold and sun exposure.
    • Buff or neck gaiter: Versatile for protection against wind and dust.

    Sturdy Footwear:

    • Mountaineering boots: Provide ankle support and accommodate crampons.
    • Approach shoes or trekking boots: Suitable for lower-altitude treks.

    Lighting and Navigation:

    • Headlamp and spare batteries: Essential for early morning starts and night treks.
    • Navigation tools (map, compass, GPS): Aid in route finding and orientation.

    Backpack and Sleeping Gear:

    • Backpack: Comfortable and spacious enough to carry your essentials and climbing gear.
    • 4-season sleeping bag: Keeps you warm in sub-zero temperatures.
    • Sleeping pad or mat: Provides insulation and comfort during rest.

    Technical Equipment:

    • Trekking poles: Reduce strain on knees and improve stability.
    • Climbing helmet: Ensures head protection during challenging sections.

    Personal Items and Safety:

    • Sunglasses with UV protection and a secure strap: Guard against intense sunlight.
    • Sunscreen with high SPF rating: Shield against Himalayan sun exposure.
    • Personal medications and first aid kit: Address health concerns promptly.
    • Toiletries (biodegradable soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.): Maintain personal hygiene.
    • Wet wipes and hand sanitizer: Keep clean on the trail.

    Permits and Documentation:

    • Climbing permits and any required travel documents: Ensure all paperwork is in order.

    Remember, each item on this list is crucial for your safety and comfort during the Island Peak climbing adventure. Prioritize your preparation to make the most of this extraordinary experience in 2024/2025.


    • Q1. What is Island Peak?

      Island Peak, also known as Imja Tse, is a stunning mountain located in the Khumbu region of Nepal. Standing tall at 6,189 meters (20,305 feet), it is considered an ideal choice for beginners wishing to undertake their first Himalayan climb.

    • The peak got its English name "Island Peak" due to its striking resemblance to an island in a sea of ice when viewed from Dingboche, a popular stop along the Everest Base Camp Trek route. However, its official Nepalese name is "Imja Tse."

    • The entire trip, including acclimatization, trekking, and climbing Island Peak, typically takes about 16-20 days. The actual climb from the base camp to the summit and back can take anywhere between 10-14 hours depending on the climber's pace.

    • While Island Peak is often the first choice for novice mountaineers, some experience in rock and ice climbing is advantageous. Essential skills include using climbing equipment, such as ropes, ice axes, and crampons.

    • The difficulty of Island Peak is often classified as moderate. The final section of the climb is the most challenging due to a steep ice and snow slope. However, with proper acclimatization, physical preparation, and guidance from experienced guides, it's quite achievable.

    • The best times to climb Island Peak are pre-monsoon (February to May) and post-monsoon (October to November). During these periods, the weather is generally clear, offering excellent mountain views and lower chances of cancellation due to weather conditions.

    • For Island Peak climbing, you will need climbing boots, crampons, ice axes, harnesses, ropes, and a helmet for the climb itself. Additionally, trekking poles, down jackets, thermal wear, UV protection glasses, a good sleeping bag, and other personal items are recommended for the trek.

    • Yes, as with any high-altitude expedition, there is a risk of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). To minimize this risk, a proper acclimatization schedule should be followed, and symptoms should be closely monitored.

    • While technically possible to climb without a guide, it's not generally recommended due to the inherent risks of high-altitude climbing. A skilled guide not only ensures safety but also handles logistics such as permits, accommodation, meals, and route finding.

    • Island Peak is a non-technical climb, but that doesn't mean it's easy. Your physical condition should be good. Regular exercise, cardio training, strength and endurance training, and high altitude hiking experience are beneficial. It's recommended to follow a training plan for at least a few months prior to your climb.

    • Yes, it's common to incorporate Island Peak climbing within an Everest Base Camp trek. This allows you to acclimatize properly as you trek to the base camp, and then divert towards Island Peak before returning.

    • The accommodation varies along the route. In towns and villages like Lukla, Namche Bazaar, and Dingboche, there are teahouses and lodges. Closer to Island Peak, there are basic tea houses until Chukkung. Beyond that, accommodation is typically in tented camps.

    • Layering your clothes is the key. Base layers should be moisture-wicking to keep sweat away from your body. The mid-layer should offer insulation to retain body heat, and the outer layer should be water and wind-resistant. Don't forget warm hats, gloves, and socks!

    • On the trail, Nepalese, Tibetan, and continental dishes are typically served. Water can be filled up along the way, but it should always be treated or purified before drinking. At high altitudes, staying well-hydrated is essential to reduce the risk of altitude sickness.

    • Avalanche risks exist in any snow-covered mountainous terrain. The guides and the teams closely monitor the conditions and make decisions accordingly to mitigate such risks.

    • Nepal is generally considered safe for solo female travelers. That said, everyone, irrespective of gender, should take normal precautions. It's recommended to go with a reputable climbing agency that ensures the safety and respect of all climbers.

    • The trip generally begins from Kathmandu. From there, you'll take a short flight to Lukla, the starting point for most treks in the Everest region.

    • For minor issues, guides are generally trained in first aid. For more serious issues, evacuation may be necessary. This is why it's crucial to have comprehensive travel insurance that covers high-altitude trekking and evacuation.

    • Both options are possible. There are numerous mountaineering stores in Kathmandu where you can rent or buy gear. However, for things like climbing boots, it may be more comfortable to bring your own since they're already broken in.

    Client Reviews

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      Maria VolkovaGermany |April 03, 2022


      Due to covid 19, my trip was postponed for almost 2 years. Suman was always in touch and gave us updates about covid situation and restrictions in Nepal.
      He was flexible in re-customize our Island peak Itinerary. They have the best guide and are very knowledgeable and helpful. He ensures we are fine and great to take care of us. Thank you Dream Heaven team and Suman for organizing the best trip.

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      Fredrik AnderssonAustralia |March 19, 2019

      Well organized, professional guide

      It was a immense pleaseure to choose Dream Heaven Adventure for our climbing to Island Peak. The entire trip was an amazing. Guide Hupai was incredibly knowledgeable and helpful through every step of our trekkig/climbing. I would highly recommend this company to anyone planning climbing in Nepal.

    • Andrew Brinkman
      Andrew BrinkmanUnited States |April 28, 2018

      Amazing Trekking and Island Peak Climbing

      The trip was amazing and the experience provided was great! So happy I chose to do my trekking and island peak climbing with Dream Heaven! They took great care of me and I appreciate it so much!

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