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Kanchenjunga Trek

Kanchenjunga Trekking


Kanchenjunga is the third highest of the world’s peaks and one of the most remote trekking areas in the Nepal Himalayas. Kanchejunga route trek takes you from the south-eastern corner of Nepal. This trek is one of the greatest mountains in the world. It is one of Nepal’s hidden trekked areas and certainly one of its most beautiful. This trek starts from Kathmandu fly to Suketar via Biratnagar.

This trek is walking through lush rhododendron forests you climb on into high alpine terrain beyond the village of Gunsa. A camp established high above this village that provides astounding views of Kanchenjunga’s South face. Kanchenjunga Base Camp is imaging. Returning to Gunsa you then cross the Lapsung La pass and trek on the Yalung Glacier. This really is still exploratory trekking and you must be prepared to take the trail as it comes. But to look up at Kanchenjuga towering south face is easily reward enough for your efforts. Retracing your route to Suketar you return to Kathmandu, having becomes one of few who have experienced this remarkable and little known region of Nepal. This part of trekking area is known as part of Rai (an indigenous group of Nepal) life style and their way of living. It becomes attraction these days for the trekkers.

Many trekkers would like to trek this part. This trek can also be done by small adventurous groups as a tea-house trek. There is accommodation and food available in all villages. Home stay trek is comparatively least cost so that it is affordable most of you.

Outline Itinerary

Day 01:

Arriving in Kathmandu (1350m).

Day 02:

Trekking permit preparation and briefing of Trek.

Day 03:

Kathmandu – Biratnagar

Day 04:

Biratnagar – Suketar – Asahangpati

Day 05:

Asahangpati – Chhirwa

Day 06:

Chhirwa – Tamewa

Day 07:

Tamewa – Amjilapsa

Day 08:

Amjilapsa – Gyabla

Day 09:

Gyabla – Ghunsa

Day 10:

Ghunsa – Khambachen

Day 11:

Khambachen – Lhonak

Day 12:

Hike to Pangpema

Day 13:

Lhonak – Ghunsa

Day 14:

Rest Day

Day 15:

Ghunsa – Sele La Phedi

Day 16:

Sele La Phedi – Tseram

Day 17:

Hike to Oktang

Day 18:

Tseram – Tortong

Day 19:

Tortong – Yamphudin

Day 20:

Yamphudin – Phumphe Danda

Day 21:

Phumphe Danda – Kandebhanjyang

Day 22:

Kandebhanjyang – Lalikharka

Day 23:

Lalikharka – Suketar

Day 24:

Suketar –Biratnagar – Kathmandu

Day 25:

Departure to international airport.


Single Person – US$3500

2-4 Person – US$ 3480 Per Person

4 & Above – US$ 3460 Per Person

The Trip Cost Includes

  • Airport transfers by private car in Kathmandu.

  • Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) card.

  • 2 nights accommodation in Kathmandu at 3 star Nepalese standard hotel.

  • Daily meals (breakfast, lunch & dinner) during the trek prepared by our cook.

  • Daily hot drinks such as tea, coffee and hot chocolate.

  • Necessary equipment that required for Camping trek.

  • 1 experienced and license holder trekking guide and his daily meal, wage & accommodation.

  • 1 porter/carrier for a group of 2 person ( carry 20-25kg) and his daily meal, wage & accommodation.

  • Trekking equipment such as down jacket, sleeping bag (refundable after the trek).

  • Twin sharing accommodation during the trek at Tents.

  • Trekking Permit.

  • Our service charge & value added tax.

The Trip Costs Excludes

  • Insurance – coverage your personal accidents, medical and Helicopter Evacuation

  • Meals in Kathmandu ( Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)

  • Nepal entry visa fee, international flights.

  • Your personal expenses such as alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, mineral water, laundry, internet, phonecall.

  • Expenses occurred due to unavoidable Events i.e. road wrecks, flight delays etc

  • Extra expenses such as camera battery charging cost, taking shower, hot water etc

  • Tips for the guide & porter.

Trip Summary

  • Duration : 25 Days
  • Best Season : March-June Sept-Dec
  • Physical rating : Moderate-Streneous
  • Trip Styles : Hiking and Trekking
  • Max Elevation : 4880m
  • Group Size : 2-10
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