With an experience being very close to the third highest peak worldwide, Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek offers the remarkable challenge and fulfillment. It is a less jam-packed trekking in the outlying East of Nepal bordering Sikkim, India. The scenery during the Kanchenjunga expedition is simply breathtaking with incredible glaciers, display of glittering peaks, ancient monasteries, riveting people and their traditions as well as culture.
Located in remote Eastern Nepal, the Kanchenjunga trek is known as one of the most extravagant and attractive camping treks in Nepal. It is isolated, sparsely inhabited, and the teahouse there is currently under refinement. Although the services offered are very basic, the hospitality of local people is undeniably phenomenal. Present-day, only a hand-full of trekkers have toured Kanchenjunga Trek in Nepal, mainly due to its somewhat remoteness and isolation. As a result, this has enabled Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trekking to preserve its prestigious charm, beauty, and mystery.
Kanchenjunga Tour (8,586m) is located between three countries- Northeastern part of Nepal, bordered by Sikkim, India in the East, and Tibet, China in the North. It ranks third highest peak worldwide and second highest mountain in Nepal. Mount Kanchenjunga expedition was first established by the British climbers, Joe Brown and George Band, in May 25th 1955. Kanchenjunga trek begins after a 45 minute picturesque flight from Kathamandu to Sukethar airport.
Kanchenjunga trekking begins from Sukethar village and goes all the way to Lali-Kharaka via rhododendron forests. On the way, you will experience a diversity of Nepalese culture and lifestyle from Rai and Limbus to Tibetan Buddhist village. The breathtaking mountain spectacles and isolated yet remarkable footpath course are greatly fulfilling. Luckily, Kanchenjunga North Base trail route was not altered by the 2015 earthquake.
Kanchenjunga Tour is categorized as a challenging trek since fanatic trekkers are required to have high fitness levels and sheer determination. Partakers should have the capacity to walk a minimum of 6 hours a day in the secluded mountain landscape. In order to partake in the Kanchenjunga expedition, it is mandatory to have a special trekking permit – a rule enforced by the Government of Nepal.
The government charges a fee of $10 per individual valid for a whole week and $25 for National Park fee. A government registered guide or official is a must-have and the minimum number of trekkers should be two. You cannot go on a tour alone, and you also have to travel via a government registered travel agency.
The cost depends on the duration for the trip, accommodation and transportation you plan to use during the trip. Kanchenjunga North Base Camp trip price ranges from $1,000 to $5,000.
Highest access: 5120m/16798ft
Duration: 30 Days
Group Size: 02-12 persons per Group.
Co-ordinates: 27.7025° N, 88.1467° E
Airport: TIA (Kathmandu)
Departure From: Kathmandu
Grade: Moderate+ fairly Strenuous
Accommodation: Tourist star to Five star as you Budget
Meals: During The Trek (B,L,D)
Transportation: By Tourist / Private vehicles/ Flights
Best season: September to December and March to May
Major Activity: Trekking/Hiking
Include Activity: Sights trips of Kathmandu and Biratnagar.
Culture: Sherpa, Tamang
Mode of Travel: Camping
Himalayan sights: Kanchenjunga, Makalu
Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu airport, Transfer to request hotel accommodation in B&B plan (1350M/4,430ft)
Day 02: Preparation and briefings at the departments of tourism. Last minute shopping.
Day 03: Flight or Drive from Kathmandu to Biratnagar 373Km (80m/260ft, 09hrs drive 40m flight). overnight at tea house accommodation
Day 04: Drive from Biratnagar to Basantpur (2200m/7217ft.), 120km/6hrs.
Day 05: Trek from Basantpur to Chauki (2700m/8848ft.) 15km/900m/7hrs.
Day 06: Trek from Chauki to Gupha Pokhari (2900m/9515ft.) 11km/300m/-100m/4hrs.
Day 07: Trek from Ghupa Pokhari to Dobhan(660m/2165ft) 17km/-2200m/7hrs.
Day 08: Trek from Dobhan to Mitlung (890m/2919ft) 14km/200m/6hrs.
Day 09: Trek from Mitlung to Chirwa (1185m/3888ft) 14km/340m/6hrs.
Day 10: Trek from Chirwa to Sekathum (1640m/5380ft) 11km/500m/5hrs.
Day 11: Trek from Sekathum to Amjilasha (2490m/8169ft) 6km/900m/5hrs.
Day 12: Trek from Amjilasha to Gyabla (2730m/8957ft.) 7km/250m/4hrs.
Day 13: Trek from Gyabla to Ghunsa (3430m/11253ft.) 10km/700m/5hrs.
Day 14: Rest day in Ghunsa for acclimatization (3430m/11253ft.)
Day 15: Trek from Ghusna to Kambachen (4040m/13255ft) 10km/600m/6h.
Day 16: Trek from Kambachen to Lhonak (4790m/15715ft.) 9km/650m/6hrs.
Day 17: Explore Pangpema Base camp (5140m/16536ft.) 9km/390m/6hrs.
Day 18: Return to Ghunsa (3430m/11253ft) 16km/-1250m/7hrs.
Day 19: Trek from Ghunsa to Sele Lapass (4500m/14763ft.) 8km/1100m/6hrs.
Day 20: Trek to Tseram (3870m) & cross Mirgin La (4480m/14698ft.) 7km/400m/-1000m/8hrs.
Day 21: Trek from Tseram to Ramche (4620m/15157ft.) 7km/650m, Octangand Yalung Glacier, 7hrs.
Day 21: Trek from Ramche to Tortong (2995m/9826ft.) 15km/-1500m/7hrs.
Day 23: Trek from Tortong to Yamphudim(2070m/6791ft.) 12km/600m/-2000m/7hrs.
Day 24: Trek from Yamphudim to Khebang (1740m/5708ft.) 9km/900m/-1200m/7hrs.
Day 25: Trekfrom Khebang to Phakholing (800m/2624ft.) 14km/ 300/m/-1000m/7hrs.
Day 26: Trek from Phakholing to Tharpu (1600m/5249ft.) 6km/1200m/-300/4hrs.
Day 27: Drive from Tharpu to Bhadrapur (91m/299ft.), 190km/9hrs.
Day 28: Drive or flight from Bhadrapur to Kathmandu (1350m/4429ft.) it takes about 10hrs by drive and 50minutes by flight. overnight at hotel accommodation.
Day 29: Rest and Free day In Kathmandu, farewell dinner with culture program in the evening.
Day 30: Drop to airport for final departure.
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