Nepal Footprint Holiday Treks Pvt. Ltd.
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Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek – 3rd highest mountain holds the longest trek in Nepal insight the Kanchenjunga conservation area, a newly formed tea-house trek in Eastern Nepal. The trekking lies in the east corner of Nepal between the Sikkim border. It is one of the outstanding treks for those people who are looking real wilderness, non-touristic and explore the hidden villages. Only a few hundreds of trekkers join this trek route with the support of guide, porter and special trekking permit from Nepal Government. The Kanchenjunga trekking route still able to preserve their respective tradition, culture, and environment which is best for nature and culture lovers.
Kanchenjunga region offers worthwhile trekking through lush, low land valleys, unbelievable forests and into the high alpine meadow and Nepal’s longest glaciers on the lap of Mt Kanchenjunga. On the trekking route, you will pass through beautiful Buddhist temples and villages. The Kanchenjunga region is home to a mixed community of Sherpa, Lai, Limbu and Gurung, giving trekkers an opportunity to understand their culture and lifestyle.
While trekking to Kanchenjunga Base Camp to Ghunsa Village, you will connect through GHT – Great Himalayan Trail from east Nepal.
The trekking route to Kangchenjunga Base Camp passes through the Arun Valley, which is considered to be one of the most beautiful trekking areas in Nepal. One of the main highlights of this trek is the Kanchenjunga Nature Reserve, which covers an area of 2,035 sq. kilometers. The area is home to many flora and fauna, as well as a variety of wildlife, including Himalayan black bears, musk deers, snow leopards, red pandas, and wild boars. Routes to base camps offer a variety of landscapes, from alpine meadows to subtropical forests, low river valleys, glacier moraines, and rocky scree slopes. During the trek, the trekker gets stunning panoramic views of the huge summits of Lhotse (8,516m), Everest (8,848m), Kanchenjunga (8,586m) and Makalu (8,481m).
Best time and months for Kanchenjunga trekking from March till mid-May and October till the end of November. Although, some people they hike may June and Early September and till December as well. Those months are monsoon and winter season. In general, expect stable weather, sunny days, warm days and cool nights during this trekking season. During the wintertime, some of the local village people from the upper part move down to the lower valley for a warm place. In that case, some of the tea houses and campsites may be without people and layers.
Arriving in TIA, meet with our representative and transfer to hotel, then stay and free activities in the evening, welcome dinner.Day 2 Trekking preparation and briefing of Trek and Short tour. Hotel B/B plan.
Easy Morning, a short Kathmandu highlight tours and preparing your permit, you will introduce with your guide and short information about the trek and needy things.Day 3 Kathmandu flight to – Suketar – Asahangpati
Fly Biratnagar to Suketar (2420m) and trek to Asahangpati.
About 3 hours walk and overnight at local family Basic Guest House.
From Asahangpati to Chhirwa (1270m) about 6 hours walking and overnight at local guest house.Day 5 Chhirwa – Tamewa Trek
From Chhirwa to Tamewa (1450m) about 5 hours hike and overnight at local guest house with Dal Bhat.Day 6 Tamewa – Amjilapsa
Trek from Tamewa to Amjilapsa (2308m) about 5 hours walking and overnight at local guest house.Day 7 Amjilapsa – Gyabla
Trek from Amjilapsa to Gyabla (2730m) about 4 hours walk and overnight at local guest house.Day 8 Gyabla – Ghunsa Trek
From Gyabla to Ghunsa (3595m) about 5 hours walking and overnight guest house.Day 9 Ghunsa – Khambachen
Trek from Ghunsa to Khambachen (4050m) about 5 hours walking and overnight at local guest house.Day 10 Khambachen – Lhonak
Trek from Khambachen to Lo-hanak (4780m) about 4-5 hours walking and overnight at guest house.Day 11 Hike to Pangpema
Sightseeing to Pangpema and coming back to Lo-hanak about 6 hour walking and overnight at guest house.Day 12 Lhonak – Ghunsa
Trek from Lhonak to Ghunsa about 8-9 hours walking and overnight at guest house.Day 13 Rest Day
Rest day at Ghunsa and overnight guest house.Day 14 Ghunsa – Sele
La Phedi Trek from Ghunsa to Sele La Phedi (4290m) about 5 hours walking and overnight at guest house.Day 15 Sele La Phedi – Tseram Trek
From Sele La Phedi over the pass (4836m) to Tseram (3870m) about 7 hours walking and overnight at guest house.Day 16 Hike to Oktang Trek
From Tseram visit to Oktang (4620) and return Tseram about 8 to 9 hours walking and overnight guest house.Day 17 Tseram – Tortong Trek
From Tseram to Tortong (2995m) about 5 hours walking and overnight at guest house.Day 18 Tortong – Yamphudin Trek
From Tortong to Yamphudin (2080m) about 5-6 hours walking and overnight at guest house.Day 19 Yamphudin – Phumphe Danda
Trek from Yamphudin to Phumphe Danda (1858m) about 6 hours walking and overnight at guest house.Day 20 Phumphe Danda – Kandebhanjyang
Trek from Phumphe danda to Kandebhanjyang (2129m) about 5 hours walking and overnight at guest house.Day 21 Kandebhanjyang – Lalikharka
Trek from Kandebhanjyang to Lalikharka (2265m) about 5 hours walking and overnight at guest house.Day 22 Lalikharka – Suketar Trek
From Lalikharka to Suketar (2420m) about 4 hours walking and overnight at guest house.Day 23 Suketar flight to – Kathmandu
From Suketar fly late morning to – Kathmandu, overnight at the hotel in Kathmandu. Free and relax.Day 24 Departure to international airport.
Free Morning and transfer to Airport or onward destination.
Nepal Foot Print Holiday
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