Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek – Different Treks Service

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek


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The Kanchenjunga trekking region arguably offers some of the grandest mountain vistas of the Himalaya . The main approach along the eastern side of the Himal (range) to the northern base camp takes us among an avenue of peaks that frequently appear in adventure catalogues and brochures. Exotic name such as Wedge peak, Pyramid peak, JanuHimal, White Wave , the Twins and, of course, Kanchenjunga provide the inspiration to make the challenging trek to base camp. Our approach takes us up through terraced hillsides of the remoter ethnic group of Rai and Limbu and then among well preserved forest of rhododendron , birch oak and spruce. The return journey will follow a high yak herders route over the snowy pass of the Mirgin La in to the remote valley of SimbuwaKhola. The Kanchenjunga region is restricted to organized expedition group only and therefore sees few if any trekking parties.

Starting Point: Bhadrapur

Ending Point: Bhadrapur

Duration: 27 days

Maximum Altitude; 5100m

Lodging: Tea house /Lodge

Difficulty Level: Challenging

Highlights: Magnificent views of Kanchanjunga, Makalu, Everest, and many other mountain peaks, etc.



# 3 star hotel in Kathmandu  with Bed & Breakfast 

# Private transportation including airport pickup/drop

# Tea house lodge trek on full board. TIMS Permit,  Kanchanjunga national park fee 

# Experienced guide, porters to carry luggage (2 trekkers:1 porter)

# Staff  salary, insurance, equipment, food and lodging 

# All necessary paper works

# Travel and rescue arrangements, All taxes

# Air fare Kathmandu/Bhadrpur/Kathmandu


# Nepal visa fee [ 1 passport size photograph ]


#International airfare to and from Kathmandu 


#Extra night accommodation in  Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, early return from 

mountain [due to any reason]  than the scheduled itinerary


#,Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu [and also in the case of early return from mountain than the scheduled itinerary]


# Travel and rescue insurance, personal expenses & equipments [ phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower, heater, etc.]


# Optional trips and sightseeing if extended


# entrance fee of city sightseeing 


# Any cost of Kathmandu except accommodation on BB plan as per mentioned itinerary 


#Tips for guides and porters


Day 1 Arrival   & Transfer to Hotel [ 1336m]


Day 2 Sightseeing around Kathmandu Valley


Day 3 Fly Bhadrapur, drive to Phidim 


Day 4 drive to Suketar [2300m] trek to Mitlung [850m]


Day 5 Trek to Chirwa  [ 1190m ]


Day 6 Trek to Sakyathum [1648m]


Day 7 Trek to  Amjilasha [ 2490m ]


Day  8 Trek to Gyabla [ 2730m]


Day 9 Trek to Ghunsa [ 3430m]


Day  10 Rest day at Ghunsa


Day 11 Trek to Lonak [ 4700m]


Day 12 trek to  Pangpema - North Base Camp [ 5100m]


Day 13 Trek to Ghunsa [ 3430m]


Day 14 Trek to  Sele-le 


Day 15  Trek to Chheeram  [3870m]


Day 16 Trek to Ramche [ 4620m]


Day 17 Trek to Andaphedi [ 3000m]


Day 18 trek to Amjikhola [ 2340m]


Day 19 Trek to Amphudin [1690m]


Day  20 Trek to Phumphe [ 1850m]


Day 21 Trek to Karebhanjaga [ 2250m]


Day 22 Trek to Lalikharka [ 2220m]


Day 23 Trek to Suketar [ 2340m]


Day 24  Drive to Bhadrapur


Day 25 fly to Kathmandu


Day 26  day  in Kathmandu 


Day 27 Depart  in Kathmandu

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