Kanchenjunga Base camp trek  introduces trekkers to an infinite variety of landscapes and cultures in addition to giving them grand views of the Himalayas. The Kanchenjunga Base camp trek  is very rich in natural beauty and offers a wide diversity of culture and tradition to observe.
The Kanchenjunga Base camp trek is strenuous as the region is one of the most remote in Nepal. The hike begins in the lowlands, passes terraced fields, wends through colourful villages of ethnic Rais, Limbus, Magars, Tamangs, Brahmins and Chhetris, leads through lush green forests, and finally opens out into the marvellous oak and rhododendron forests. As we ascend, the highlands unfold the views of Everest, Lhotse, Makalu and Kanchenjunga, four of the world’s five highest mountains. The sight becomes even more enthralling as we approach the Yalung Glacier and cross a series of passes. We return by way of the Mirgin La Pass at (4500m) to Pangpema (4800m) which is the base camp for the Kanchenjunga expedition.

If we are heading down to Kanchenjunga Base camp trek , then we have to start from Eastern Nepal which is naturally diverse in nature in many ways; ethnic communities such as the Rai and Limbu people, a productive range of flora due to a highly rainy monsoon period in the region and some of the most gracious mountain windows anywhere in the Himalaya. As we cling on to the glacial torrent of the Tamur and Ghunsa Rivers who define their roots by the North West side of the Kangchenjunga Himal, we find ourselves in an unknown world, even though we live on the same planet. Shortened by an alpine opulence in every direction that we can see, peaks such as Pyramid Peak, Jannu, with the Twins and for sure Kangchenjunga at (8586m) dominate the settings that we behold. When our journey does wrap up, there’s nothing less sublime as we return by way of the Mirgin La Pass at (4500m). The return experience takes us to another plain…the Kangchenjunga region is merciless, but its flora, fauna and landscapes are as soft and gentle as the petals of the lovely rhododendrons that we see glistening in the sunshine of a rainy monsoon day…


Day 01:Fly to Bhadrapur and Late Night @ Taplejung
Day 02: Trek to Phurubu or Mithlung
Day 03:Trek to Chruwa
Day 04:Trek to Sekhathum
Day 05:Trek to Amjilash
Day 06:Trek to Gyabla
Day 07:Trek to Ghunsa
Day 08:Trek to Rest
Day 09:Trek Khambachen
Day 10:Trek to Lonak
Day 11:Trek to Kanchanjung BC back lonak
Day 12:Trek to Ghunsa
Day 13:Trek to Amjilasa
Day 15:Trek to Tapethok
Day 16:Trek to Mithlung Sinwa
Day 17: Trek to Taplejung
Day 18:Trek to Drive to Bhadrapur and fly Kathmandu at 14Hrs Flight

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