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Trek type: Camping
Trek Grade: Challanging
Duration: 21 days 17 days trek)
Activities: Trekking, camping, sightseeing, rock-climbing (option) kanchenjunga region
Best time to go: September through April
Departure dates: by arrangement

The far eastern Himalaya contains vast tracts of wilderness not often encountered less inhabited and geographically situated such that it receives more rainfall from the Indian monsoon allowing for luxuriant growth of mixed forest and delicate flowers. This trek takes us up beneath the sough side of the Kanchenjunga Massif to view dramatic peaks that line the trek to the vase camp on the northern side of the mountain does within two weeks. Open only to organized and registered groups. Few people will have experienced such a beautiful part of the Himalaya.


Day 01 : Trip commences in Kathmandu, introductions and formalities
Height : 1336m

Day 02 : Sightseeing around Kathmandu Valley

Day 03 : Biratnagar by air overnight at hotel
Height :  375m

Day 04 : Biratnagar to Suketar (2300m) by air meet trekking crew then trek Suketar to Phurumba
Height :  1950m

Day 05 : Chirwa camp at riverside
Height :  1190m

Day 06 : Hellok
Height :  1180m

Day 07 : Jungle Camp
Height :  2290m

Day 08 : Kuna camp
Height :  2990m

Day 09 : Anda Phedi
Height :  3870m

Day 10 : Ramche
Height :  4620m

Day 11 : Rest day at Ramche with optional walk to South Base Camp
Height :  4920m

Day 12 : Dorongding
Height :  2990m

Day 13 : Amjikhola
Height :  2340m

Day 14 : Yamphudin - lunch time arrival afternoon free
Height :  1690m

Day 15 : Phumphedanda
Height :  1850m

Day 16 : Karebhanjyang
Height :  2050m

Day 17 : Lalikharka
Height :  2220m

Day 18 : Lalikharka to Suketar , Optional afternoon walk to Taplejung H.Q.

Day 19 : Biratnagar by air then fly to Kathmandu.

Day 20 : Day in Kathmandu - sightseeing/shopping/optional rock-climbing at Ballaju cliff.

Day 21 : Trip concludes in Kathmandu

Cost ???

Cost included : Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu (as per itinerary, 3 star rating standard, B&B, twin share basis), airport transfers, full compliment of trekking crew, all meals while on trek (except alternative by choice), all necessary camping gear (including sleeping bag, down jacket), overland transportation, National Park Fees, trekking crew insurance, domestic air fair, emergency first aid kit.

Cost not included : Extra hotel expenses, single room supplement where requested, any personal expenses (bottled soft drinks, telephone charges, video/camera fees, etc.), domestic and international airfares, medical costs (except medical attention given by trek leader), rescue charges, tips for crew (typically around NRp100 per trekking day), airport departure tax (currently NRp1100 for international destinations), Visas and visa extension costs, lunch and evening meals while in Kathmandu (except Namaste meal on first night)

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