Island Peak, 6.189m
- Start date: Saturday, 5 October 2013
- End date: Saturday, 26 October 2013
Climbing Island Peak is not particularly difficult. However, this outstandingly beautiful route requires the services of Sherpas and High Mountain Guides for safety, as well as use of technical equipment on the final stages.
Duration: 22 days.
Dates: From October 5 to 26 - 2013
Groups: Minimum 6 people, maximum 12 people.
*For groups of 5 or less, ask for a budget.
- 2.465 € - 6pax.
- 2.250 € - 7pax.
- 2.120 € - 8pax.
- 2.000 € - 9pax.
- 1.900 € - 10pax.
- 1.790 € - 11pax.
- 1.600 € - 12pax.
*Price per person and tax included.
*Extent to Island Peak, 300€. Minimum 4 person.
*The final price can change depending on the price of the U.S. dollar.
*Supplement for single room: 300 €.
The price includes the service of a High Mountain Guide, and local guides. All transportation from arrival to Kathmandu, to return to the airport. Indoor Flight from Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu. Also includes 4 nights accommodation at hotel in Kathmandu (***) in double room, full board accommodation in lodge during the trek, and tents during the climb to Island Peak. Service of local guides and porters, as well as their insurance costs, entry clearance Sagarmatha National Park (Everest) and permit for Island Peak, and mat, tents, ropes, ascender jumar, technical material and lunch during the period of the expedition to Island Peak. Nepalese dinner last day.
Is not included the flight ticket from Barcelona or Madrid and back, beverages during meals, washing clothes and extras at hotels, phone, transportation from your origin to the Barcelona or Madrid airport, insurance during the days of trekking and travel insurance. Expenses incurred by the abandonment of the trip to Spain and repatriation for any reason. Entry visa fees and tax out of Nepal (approx. € 25). Meals in Kathmandu (see program). Personal trekking equipment such as sleeping bag, boots, crampons, clothing etc.. Nothing specified in the previous section.
*NOTE: This activity is not covered by the insurance policies that dealt with Intermundial, because we'll up over 5000m, being required Mountain Club license or an insurance policy to cover such activity. In the case of the second option, we will submit the original of this.