Kanchenjunga trek stipends opportunity to arrive on the base of the world third most elevated mountain Kanchenjunga settled on the eastern piece of Nepal, alongside staggering knowledge of Limbu culture, convention, the way of life of neighbourhood socially enhanced Limbu people group.
Lying on the outskirt between eastern Nepal and the Indian territory of Sikkim, Kanchenjunga is revered as a tutelary soul by the Sikkimese. The mountain was first effectively handled by British climbers in 1955, however, they, similar to all who came after them, ceased barely shy of the summit keeping in mind local people’s conviction that the peak is consecrated.
The out of the way opened for trekkers since 1988 starts from tropical swamps Suketar spreading out assorted scenes with the cheerful sight of Mt. Everest, Makalu, Lhotse, and Kanchenjunga. Meander along the jumble trail on the bank of spouting Tamor waterway experiencing snow panther, Himalayan wild bear, musk deer, and red panda on mind-boggling Kanchenjunga trek that keeps running in the midst of rich rhododendron woods.
Best seasons for the trek is March-June and October-November for a perfectly clear look at snow clad mountains like Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. Yalung Kang, Mt. Kumbhakarna and so forth. We have a gathering of prepared and concentrated HR for the trekking and we guarantee you to give elevated requirements benefit amid your stay in Nepal.
Day 2: Explore Kathmandu
Day 3: Fly to Taplejung and trek to Mitlung (996m)
From Taplejung, on your Kanchenjunga trek you will trek to Mitlung accompanying beautiful pastures and some other small villages on the way. Finally, you will reach Mitlung which is located beside Hangdewa river. Stay overnight.
Day 4: Trek to Chiruwa (1,270m)
From Mitlung, today on your second day of Kanchenjunga trek you will trek to Chiruwa via sinwa. Chiruwa is inhabitation of Limbu cast Nepalese people. This region is lower Kanchenjunga and is popular as ” Limbu cultural trekking trail”. You will explore around the village and stay overnight.
Day 5: Trek to Sekathum (1,660m)
From Chiruwa, you will trek to Kanchenjunga national park following the Tamor river Trail. After updating trekking permits and fulfilling other formalities you will trek to Sekathum. Stay overnight.
Day 6: Trek to Amjilossa (2,510m)
From Sekathum, you will trek to Amjilossa. With frequent step up and down on rocky trail accompanying with series of waterfalls on the way you will finally reach village of Amjilossa. Stay overnight.
Day 7: Trek to Gybala (2,730m)
From Amjilossa, starting your trail beside riverbank and crossing several Bamboo, rhododendron and fir forests you will finally reach Gybala. Similarly, you will notice several waterfalls and beautiful natural scenery. In addition to that, Gybala resembles Tibet since, the settlements look alike as in Tibet. In a like manner, the lifestyle of people are almost same as that of Tibet. Stay overnight.
Day 8: Trek to Ghunsa (3,595m)
Ghunsa is the Largest settlement in Kanchenjunga region. Today, you will trek from Gybala to Ghunsa. Ghunsa is more developed since, there are local hydropower plants and people have built several monasteries as well. The region is mostly inhabitation of Sherpas and you will find standard Hotels and wide variety of foods in Ghunsa. Stay overnight
Day 9: Acclimatisation day Ghunsa
Today, you will spend your day exploring Ghunsa village. Moreover, you will hike up to Lapsang La for acclimatization process. Overnight at Ghunsa.
Day 10: Trek to Khambachen (4,100m)
Following the trail north to the ridge of river you will head towards Khambachen. The trail is landslide prone area so following the advice of your trek guide is strongly advised. Trekking for about six Hours you will finally reach Khambachen. Stay overnight.
Day 11: Acclimatisation day at Khambachen
On this day, you will explore around Khambachen and adapt yourself to the environment. You will be hiking up to gain some altitude. Stay overnight.
Day 12: Trek to Lhonak (4,785m)
Trekking via Ramtang Monastery and crossing Ramtang river you will head towards Lhonak. While on your trail today you will have to cross Landslide prone area. So following the advice of your trek guide is strongly advised. You will finally reach the wide valley of Lhonak. Stay Overnight.
Day 13: Trek to Pang Pema(5200m) (Kanchenjunga North Base Camp)
Pang Pema is the flat grassy Northern base camp of Kanchenjunga. Today, you will trek for six hours and reach Pang Pema crossing several rocky trail and landslide prone areas. Stay overnight at Pang Pema.
Day 14: Trek to Khambachen
Today, you will be follow path retracing back to Khambachen from Pang Pema. It will be a descend so you can comfortably complete your trek back to Khambachen. Stay overnight.
Day 15: Trek to Ghunsa
From Khambachen you will trek to Ghunsa. After reaching Ghunsa you can celebrate your sucessful ascend of Kanchenjunga north base camp or you can spend rest of the day at Guest house. Overnight at Ghunsa.
Day 16: Trek to Sele La camp (4,130m)
Sele La pass is the pass in between Kanchenjunga North base camp and Kanchenjunga south base camp. Today, you will trek from Ghunsa to Sele La. You will stay overnight at bottom of Sele La.
Day 17: Trek to Cheram(3868m), over Sele La (4,720m)
Today, Crossing the Sele La pass, you will trek to Cheram. From the top of Sele La pass you will see the spectacular view of Kanchenjunga southern valley. You will stay overnight at Cheram.
Day 18: Trek to Ramche (4,610m) and back to Cheram
Crossing, Yalung glacier you will hike up to Ramche. Ramche is Kanchenjunga south base camp and it is also called Yalung base camp. After spending some time viewing Kanchenjunga south face you will trek back to Cheram. Spend overnight at Cheram.
Day 19: Trek to Tortung (2,980m)
Crossing Simbuwa river you will descend down to Tortung from Cheram. It will take about six hours to trek from Cheram to Tortung. Stay overnight.
Day 20: Trek to Yamphuding (1,692m)
From Tortung, you will trek to Yamphuding. Yamphuding is the largest village in the southern side of Kanchenjunga. Yamphuding is also a developed village. There are police posts and school in Yamphuding. Likewise, A branch of governmental bank is there at Yamphuding. Stay overnight.
Day 21: Trek to Yangpang
Trekking for 6-7 Hours, you will reach Yangpang from Yamphuding. Crossing the bridge and following Kagbeni khola you will finally reach Yangpang. On the way, you will cross several small villages as well. Stay overnight.
Day 22: Trek to Taplejung
From Yangpang, you will trek to Taplejung. You can trek to Taplejung with an ease and on the way you will be enjoying the spectacular view of the natural beauty on that region.
You may be able to depart same day or stay overnight
Day 23: Depart Kathmandu
Day 24: Rest day at Kathmandu
Day 25: Final departure
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