Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek
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TRIP HIGHLIGHTS


Trip NameKanchenjunga Base Camp Trek
OrganizerHST Adventure 
Total Duration-
Trip GradeStandard
ServiceFull Board
GuideHighly Professional and Experienced
Walking/DayMin. 2-4 hr to Max. 5-6 hr 
Max Elevation-
Main AttractionTraditional Culture, Natural Beauties
Best Season
Group Size2-15 People in a group

INTRODUCTION

The Kanchenjunga Trek was started by the British mountaineer Pete Boardman who was known as the strong contender for walk in the world in 1979. By having the elevation of 8586 m, Kanchenjunga has been able to keep its position at 3rd in whole world. 

The word Kanchenjunga was originated from old Tibetan and translated to five treasures of snow i.e. Gold, Silver, Precious Stones, Grain, and Holy Scripture. Local citizens are worshipping these holy mountains from their ancestor generation. Kanchenjunga is located in the eastern side of Nepal bordering with Sikkim, a tiny Himalayan state in the north eastern part of India. There are some restricted areas in route to reach the camp so permits are compulsory required in order to complete the trek. The government of tourism in Nepal doesn’t allow for solo hiking and local guides must be employed to obtain permits. A trek to Kanchenjunga is an unforgettable adventure into the heart of the Himalaya where the scale of both mountain and valley is difficult to comprehend. On the way of trekking you will meet local Tibetan refugees, who welcome you with hospitality. The Rhododendron national flower of Nepal, their farmland males your face smiling with excitement and joy.

Before going on Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek the participants should be physically fit enough to walk for at least 6 hours per day. However, today government has made lodge and night stay facility which makes you easier in the trip.


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WHAT INCLUDES?

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All necessaries Ground Transportation

3 Night Kathmandu Hotel Accommodation

Kathmandu Sightseeing 

A professional Trekking Guide

A Trekking Porter (Max. 20 kg)
Government Trekking Permit 
Accommodation & Logistics 
A Trekking Map  & Medical Kit Box
DayActivitiesAltitude
Day 01Arrival in Kathmandu1400m
Day 02Trek Preparation1400
Day 03Fly from Kathmandu to Suketar and Trek to Lalikharka2265m/7,431ft -3/4hr
Day 04Trek from Lalikharka to Khesewa(2120m/6,955ft) -5/6hr
Day 05Khesewa to Mamankhe1785m/5,856ft -6/7hr
Day 06Trek from Mamankhe to Yamphudin2080m/6824ft -4/5hr
Day 07Trek from Yamphudin to Tortong2,995m/9,826ft -5/6hr
Day 08Trek form Tortong to Cheram3,870m/12,696ft-5/6 hr
Day 09Acclimatization and Rest at CheramCherma
Day 10Trek from Cheram to Ramchaur (Ramche)4,580m/15,026ft 4/5hr
Day 11Trek form Ramchaur (Ramche) to Yalung Base Camp and back to Cherm 6/7hr1400m
Day 12Trek from Cheram to Sele La4290m/ 14,074ft -4/5hr
Day 13Trek from Sele La to Ghunsa3,595/11,794 -6/7 hours
Day 14Trek from Ghunsa to Kambachen4,050m/13,287ft -5/6hr
Day 15Trek from Kambachen to Lhonak4,780m/15,682ft -6/7hr
Day 16Trek to Kanchenjunga base camp, overnight at Pangpema5,143/16,873ft-4/5hr
Day 17Trek from Pangpema to Lhonak4/5hr
Day 18Trek from Lhonak to Ghunsa3475m/11,400ft-5/6 hr
Day 19Trek from Ghunsa to Amjilosa2,308m/7,572ft-4/5 hr
Day 20Trek from Amjilosa to Chirwa1,270m/4,166ft
Day 21Trek from Chirwa to Phurumbu1,549/5,082ft-4/5hr
Day 22Trek from Phurumbu to SuketarSuketar Hotel
Day 23Fly to KathmanduKathmandu
Day 24Free Day at KathmanduKathmandu


Permit: National Park Conservational Permit, A Camp and Local Permit

Transportation:  Airport-Hotel-Airport and necessaries ground transportation. And all necessaries ground transportation as mention in itinerary.

Kathmandu Hotel: 2 night Kathmandu Hotel Accommodation (3* B/B service)

Guide:  A Professional, certified and experienced Trekking Guide

Porter: 20 kg bag is allowance during trekking period

Accommodation & Logistics: Accommodation, two night Kathmandu Hotel and during trekking period Meal Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner (Tea, Coffee and Hot Water)

Other: Trekking Guide & Porter Insurance and Local expenditures

Question: Which season and month is best for Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek?

Answer: Autumn and Spring are the best season for Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek. Specially September and October is popular.

Question: How you make this Trip Successful?

Answer: We have really extraordinary professional trekking guide who are friendly, helpful and experienced in this field. Good Team work always gives positive result.

  1. Choose a professional and experiences trekking guide.
  2. Should have proper trekking gears, including down jacket, trekking trouser, wind proof, hat, trekking poles and sun protections etc.
  3. Tell your guide if you feel uncomfortable while getting high altitude, you may sick by altitude problem.
  4. It's better to bring some chocolate and dry foods yourself.
  5. Respect local people and their cultural values, try not to give any negative message on that.
  6. Always be creative and ask anything to the local people yourself or through your guide to know about the mysterious himalayan culture and nature.
  7. Manage your personal rubbish yourself or through your guide, do not throw any plastic item in open environment.
  8. Always follow the rules and regulation of your personal guide

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