Price $ 2100
Duration 25 Days
Elevation 5400 Meter
Accomodation Hotels & Resort `
Transportation Private Vehicles
Kanchenjunga Base Camp trek is third highest mountain in Nepal (8,586 m (28,169 ft).The name Kanchenjunga means “Five Great Treasures of Snow, where trekking route lies near to Sikkim located in eastern corner of Nepal as well as popular as Kanchenjunga Circuit trek in eastern Nepal which is less crowded trekking route but offers excellent landscapes, mountains views, rural lifestyle, traditions, and their culture and spectacular glaciers mountain. with unique features.
The Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek offers remote trekking experience with a wilderness experience. Enormous Kangchenjunga glacier is the most famed magnetism of Kanchenjunga. The lush farmland and wooded valleys will make your trek awesome.
The day begins with sightseeing in Kathmandu valley (world heritage site of Nepal). Then we fly to Suketar and trek through the lush green forest, stream, adorable villages, Himalayan peaks, pine forest, and with attractive flora and fauna all the way to Kanchenjunga. Our exploration day will be on Kambachen(4040m). There you will have some photogenic with handsome mountains and after we will hike to Jannu Base Camp (whereas in Nepali name for Jannu is Khubakarna). Likewise, we will continue our journey full of life most remarkable memory.
Best season to have panoramic views of Kanchenjunga mountain in September, October, November, March, April, May.
This trip can be fully customized according to your requirements.
Fitness: We recommended for you to have some exercise because this trip needs a fair level of fitness.
Altitude sickness: Mild risk of altitude sickness can be found. Proper rest and acclimatization are required.
Upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu, our company representative picks you up and transfers you to the hotel. Overnight at a 3-star hotel in Kathmandu.
We catch early morning scenic flight to Bhadrapur. After landing, we take a jeep ride to Ilam enjoying the view of beautiful landscapes. Ilam is Nepal’s largest tea plantation area and serves as a major tourist area even for domestic tourists. The picturesque town of Ilam hosts large orchards of tea plants and is also famous for the Himalayan chew made of cheese. Overnight at hotel in Ilam.
Today, we head towards Taplejung in private transportation. Driving along the beautiful countryside view, we pass through Phidim to reach Limbu village of Taplejung. Overnight in Taplejung.
The trekking route today passes through lush mid hills and several villages with traditional mud-brick houses. We also come across rice paddies, terraced farm fields, and cardamom farms. We then continue to trek following the flow of Tamor River to reach Mitlung. Overnight in Mitlung.
Today we trek through the Limbu and Tamang villages of Sinwa, Tawa, and Porke. We also pass over old landslide debris and boulder, and strewn river deposits, before descending to Thiwa Khola. We then cross a wooden bridge to reach Chiruwa. Overnight in Chiruwa
Trekking through the villages of Taplethok, Tamewa, Hellok, and Lelep, we move alongside Tamor River and descend towards Simbu Khola, which emerges from the Yalung Glacier. We then trek through steep and narrow Ghunsa Khola valley to finally arrive in Sukathum. Overnight in Sukathum.
Moving with the flow of Ghunsa Khola, we head towards Amjilosa walking through steep uphill on exposed terrain. Relishing the amazing landscape view and crossing several bridges over Ghunsa Khola, we reach the Tibetan village of Amjilosa. Overnight in Amjilosa.
Today, we walk through forested trail filled with rhododendrons and bamboo, before ascending to Gyabla. We also come across a big waterfall on the opposite side of the river on our way to Gyabla. Making a steep ascent and then a descent, we arrive in Gyabla. Overnight in Gyabla.
Leaving behind the beautiful Gyabla village, we trek towards Ghunsa through a broad meadow. We then climb a small hill and descend to cross the river to reach the Tibetan village of Ghunsa with wooden houses, a micro hydropower plant, school, and a health post. Overnight in Ghunsa.
To adjust with the thinning air, we take a short hike to the opposite side of Ghunsa Khola with a gain of about 400m. After returning from the hike, we can spend rest of the day exploring the ancient village of Ghunsa visiting monasteries and learning about their Buddhist culture and tradition. Overnight in Ghunsa.
Today, we begin our trek entering the forested path along the south bank of Ghunsa Khola and passing several Mani walls and Chortens along the way. We also trek through several scree slopes and some glacial moraines to reach the Tibetan settlement of Khangpachen from where we can get the stunning view of the north face of Jannu (7710m). Overnight in Khangpachen.
Leaving behind Khangpachen, we follow the trail on the left side of Kanchenjunga Glacier. We hike along a high plateau to reach the campsite of Lhonak. From Lhonak, we can see the panoramic view of massive mountain peaks like Wegde Peak (6802m), Mera Peak (6364m), Nepal Peak (7177m), Twins (7350m), and many others. Overnight in Lhonak.
Today, we head towards Kanchenjunga Base Camp following the trail along the glaciers on the northern ridges. The camp is also known as Pang Pema from where we get the mesmerizing and spectacular view of Mt Kanchenjunga (8586m) along with the skyline filled with snow-capped mountain ranges bordering Nepal-India and Nepal-Tibet. Overnight in Kanchenjunga Base Camp.
After the amazing experience in KBC, we retrace our trail to Ghunsa enjoying the spectacular view of different mountains. Descending past Lhonak and Khangpachen while walking on the moraines of Kanchenjunga Glacier and Kumbhakarna Glacier, we arrive in Ghunsa. Overnight in Ghunsa.
To reach the High Camp, we trek along a steep rocky trail through a forested area filled with birch, pine, and colorful rhododendron. An amazing view of Jannu (7710m), Nyukla Laching (6670m), Temachunggi (6044m), and other mountains can be observed from High Camp. Overnight in High Camp.
Today might be the most challenging day as we cross over two passes on our way to Tseram, the highest pass being the Sele La (4480m) and Sinion La (4660). Upon reaching the top of the passes, we are rewarded with an amazing view of Yalung Glacier, Jannu (7710m), Makalu (8481m), Baruntse (7129m), Kanchenjunga (8586m), and many other mountain ranges along the Sikkim border. We then descend to Tseram for an overnight stay.
Passing the moraines of Yalung Glacier into an ablation valley, we ascend towards Ramche. We also come across a lake and a meadow where we can spot the blue sheep grazing on the grassy hills. We will visit the small monastery in Ramche, in the evening. Overnight in Ramche.
Retracing the same trail, we trek towards Anda Phedi relishing the view of different mountain ranges and herds of blue sheep over the grassy slope. Descending through the moraines of Yalung Glacier, we walk past Lapsang and Tseram to arrive in Anda Phedi. Overnight in Anda Phedi.
We descend towards Tortong through the densely forested path filled with rhododendrons and bushes. We also stumble across few streams, Chortens, monasteries, ponds, and waterfalls on our way to Tortong. Overnight at Lodge.
We continue to descend to the Amji Khola and then crossing Lasiya Bhanjyang (3310m) and Dhupi Bhanjyang (2620m), we descend towards Yamphudim. Yamphudim is a village inhabited by a mixed community of Sherpa, Rai, Limbu, and Gurung. Overnight in Yamphudim.
Leaving behind the village of Yamphudim, we descend towards Khebang passing through valleys, waterfalls, and forest area. Crossing suspension bridges over several streams, we walk past small settlements alongside Kabeli Khola to arrive in Khebang. Overnight in Khebang.
Accompanied by the beautiful view of Kanchenjunga (8586m) and Kumbakaran/Jannu (7710m) in the background, we continue to trek towards Khanidingbe through lushly forested trail stumbling across several waterfalls along the way. Overnight in Khanidingbe.
We take a long drive to Birtamod enjoying the view of green hills, snow-capped mountains, rivers, and daily activities of the locals throughout the ride. From the mountainous part, we are now in the flatlands of Nepal. Overnight in Birtamod.
We drive towards Bhadrapur airport to catch our flight back to the capital city. Enjoying the aerial view of the mountains, we arrive in Kathmandu. After landing, we transfer you to the hotel. Overnight at a 3-star hotel in Kathmandu.
We drop you at the Tribhuvan International Airport for your final departure with a hope of seeing you again.
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Pickups and drops
3* property accommodation in Kathmandu and tea houses during the trek
All meals during the trek and breakfast in Kathmandu
All necessary paper works and permits
All Sightseeing on private vehicle
Guided city tour of Kathmandu valley
Kathmandu – Biratnagar by domestic flight
Biratnagar - Taplaejung by local jeep
Taplejung - Biratnagar - Kathmandu by domestic flight
Staff cost including air ticket, food, accommodation, salary, equipment, and insurance
Welcome and farewell dinner
Licensed English speaking guide
One porter shared between two trekkers
All entrance fees
Master Himalaya T-Shirt
Nepalese visa fees.
International airfare to and from Kathmandu.
Extra night accommodation in case of early return from the trek (due to any reason).
Travel and rescue insurance.
Personal nature expenses.
Kanchenjunga base camp trek alone takes around 24 to 26 days to complete its circuit. Difficult passes with rocky paths, dense forests, valleys and rivers should be crossed to complete the trek. Trekking in Kanchenjunga is not a walk in a park so you must be mentally and physically prepared for the trek.
Yes, as it is the third highest mountain in the world, for people who like to travel to remote areas, Kanchenjunga is the best choice. It has innumerable beauties and diverse geography.
Kanchenjunga base camp trek cost is a bit higher than others, as Kanchenjunga base camp trek is of 25 days approx. According to the price rate of 2020-2021, It costs a total of Rs 24000 per person.
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