Island peak climbing, the most demanded climbing peak in Nepal has been fulfilling the ultimate dream of being at the Himalayan peak of all mountaineering adventure lovers. Island peak climbing is often considered as the warm up and acclimatization peak before embarking for the Mt. Everest expedition. Even Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenjing Norgay Sherpa went for Island peak climbing before conquering top of the world first time ever in 1953 AD. Island peak climbing is initiated after boarding a short and scenic flight to Lukla from Kathmandu and heading towards Phakding on the same day. On our Island peak climbing expedition we arrive at Namche bazaar where we will be acclimatizing for a day and meet fellow everest trekkers and mountaineers. Island peak climbing is not only limited to peak climbing, but it is the perfect way of acknowledging local Sherpa culture and tradition by visiting various ancient monasteries in Tengboche and Dingboche. Before arriving at the island peak base camp we go for day trip to Chhukung ri and trek back to Chukkung. Chukkung ri view point offers the very close views of Mt. Lhotse and Nuptse, Ama dablam, Makalu, Baruntse along the Imja tse valley and equally sparkling glacial lake. Proper acclimatization is the major thing to be considered while embarking for the island peak climbing. Therefore we will be acclimatizing at high camp and get ready for summiting next day. Early morning after having a meal we start climbing Island peak which finally fulfills our ultimate desire of being at the top of Island peak. On our way to summit we will discover one pyramid shaped very whitish holy mountain Chhuplung also known as Sherpa god. Due to strong wind on the summit, we head back towards Chhukung before noon and trek back to namche bazaar and Lukla in the following days respectively. Finally we conclude our Island peak climbing after boarding a flight back to Kathmandu.