Once rumored as the highest peak in the world, Kanchenjunga is the third highest peak in the world standing tall above 8,585 m above sea level. Trekking to Kanchenjunga means you are exploring a restricted area that is recently opened for trekking. Though fewer trekkers choose this trail, it is one of the exciting, scenic and adventurous off-the-beaten trails which also offers the cultural intuition and deep residing with nature. With an aim of preserving the rare floras and faunas, Kanchenjunga is declared as Kanchenjunga Conservation Area. So, Kanchenjunga Trekking is kind of all in one package.
After your arrival to Kathmandu, we will go for an arrangement of necessary permits and documents and proper briefing about the trek so as to keep you aware of your Kanchenjunga Trekking. And we do have multiple choices regarding the starting point for the trek, we will be following the most convenient and deserving one. Flying towards Biratnagar from Kathmandu and driving towards Phidim would be the initiation of this trek for the itinerary of ours. And following the trekking trail via Suketar up to Kanchenjunga North Base Camp passing by several small culturally rich settlements, the lush bushes, and glaciers enjoying the picture-perfect sceneries.
Then onwards, acclimatizing on the base camp the next day, we will continue our journey towards Kanchenjunga South Base Camp passing thru other beautiful settlements and some other magnificent sceneries. As we make it happen, you will get the feeling of achieving something unbelievable and unexpected. With all these memories and successful experiences, we will head back to Kathmandu with the encircling of the Kanchenjunga Massif.
Kanchenjunga Trekking is somehow challenging and requires the trekkers to ensure good physical fitness as well as health check-up before embarking. Whereas, the restricted area is not allowed for a single trekker, so you must have at least two members in your group. And regarding the perfect time for embarking on Kanchenjunga Trekking; autumn months and spring months are the best choices without a doubt. It is because the weather would be comparatively more favorable and the blossoming of floras and faunas with vivid sceneries of nature will make it worth trekking to Kanchenjunga.
Contact us as soon as possible to get more information regarding this trek.
Day 01 : Your arrival in Kathmandu we will welcome you at the airport and transfer you to the hotel.
Day 02:Flight to Biratnagar (100m); drive to Basantpur (2200m), 120km5/6h.
Day 03 : Basantapur Trek to Chauki (2700m) 15km/900m/7hrs
Day04: Chauki Trek to Gupha Pokhari (2900m) 11km/300m/-100m/3/4hrs
Day05: Guphapokhari Trek To Dobhan(660m) 17km/-2200m/6/7hrs
Day 06: Dovan Trek toMitlung (890m) 14km/200m/6hrs
Day 07: Mitlung Trek to Chirwa (1185m) 14km/340m/6hrs.
Day 08: Chirwa Trek to Sekathum (1640m) 11km/500m/4/5hrs.
Day 09 :Sekathum Trek to Amjilasha (2490m) 6km/900m/4/5hrs.
Day 10: Amjilasha Trek to Gyabla (2730m) 7km/250m/3/4hrs.
Day 11: Gyalba Trek to Ghunsa (3430m) 10km/700m/4/5hrs.
Day 12:Rest day in Ghunsa for acclimatized
Day 13: Ghunsa Trek to Kambachen (4040m) 10km/600m/5/6 hrs.
Day 14:Kambachen Trek to Lhonak (4790m) 9km/650m/5/6 hrs.
Day 15 Lhonak Explore Pangpema Base camp (5140m) 9km/390m/5/6 hrs .
Day 16:Return to Ghunsa (3430m) 18km/-1250m/7h
Day 17: Ghunsa Trek to Sele Lapass (4500m) 8km/1100m/5/6 hrs.
Day 18: Sele pass Trek to Tseram (3870m)& cross Mirgin La (4480m) 7km/400m/-1000m/7/8hrs.
Day 19:Tseram Trek to Ramche (4620m) 7km/650m, Octangand Yalung Glacier, walk 6/7hrs.
Day 20:Trek to Tortong (2995m) 15km/-1500m/6/7hrs.
Day 21: Tortong Trek to Yamphudim(2070m) 12km/600m/-2000m/6/7hrs
Day 22: Yamphudin Trek to Khebang (1740m) 9km/900m/-1200m/6/7hrs
Day 23: Khebang Trek to Phakholing (800m) 14km/ 300/m/-1000m/6/7 hrs
Day 24: Pakholing Trek to Tharpu/ (1600m) 6km/1200m/-300/3/4 hrs
Day 25:Last day Drive to Bhadrapur, 190km/8/9 hrs
Day 26: Bhadrapur Fly to Kathmandu (1330m) tranfer to your hotel
Day 27: Your departure to your final destination
- Pick up and drop Airport-Hotel-Airport in Kathmandu by private vehicle.
- All domestic Flight ticket from KTM-Biratnagar-Bhadrapur KTM
- 3 meals a day (Breakfasts, Lunch and Dinners with tea or coffee) during the trek.
- All required land transportation as per required for trekking
- Hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast
- Sightseeing tour in Kathmandu Valley
- Foods and accommodation in trekking
well equipped English speaking guide, necessary
- supporting Sherpa or Porters.
- All allowances for supporting crews including their insurance
- Trekkers Information Management System TIMS (Trekking permit),National Park conservation permit
- Emergency evacuation service if in case needed
- All Official taxes and service charge.
- Your personal gears and expenses/ drink
- Foods in Kathmandu
- Tip to Nepalese guide and porters
- Emergency rescue fee if in case
Trekkers need your personal gear like , sleeping bags , down Jackets , trekking pole , fist aid kid box globs trekking pole warm hat etc