Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek aims to explore the myths and mysteries of the amazing Kanchenjunga Mountain, along with the cultural background of eastern Nepal. The Kanchenjunga Mountain has enchanted travelers since ancient times. And ever since the growth of modernization, the craze has only skyrocketed. If you are one of those people with a huge thirst for adventure. Curiosity to dive into the unknown, and a stomach for enthusiasm, then this trek is definitely made for you.
The Kanchenjunga Base Camp trek commences from your arrival in Kathmandu and after completing the legal formalities, you shall initially fly to Bhadrapur and later drive to the tea plantation site of Ilam. After tasting some fine tea, we begin the 25 days trip and set our sights on Gadi Danda. Walking along the banks of the Tamar River and Simbuwa Khola, we reach Sukethum. As we tread ahead, we stop at the Tibetan villages of Amjilosa and Ghunsa. The trail now becomes steep and as we battle the moraines and snow, we find ourselves at Lhonak. After interacting with the campers, we head to Pangpema and stand in awe at the mystical Kanchenjunga (8586m) and the nearby mountains.
From here, we shall retrace our steps back to Lhonak and after walking on the ridges, we reach Ghunsa again. We have to cross the amazing Selele La Pass (4480m) and Sinon La Pass (4645m) in order to continue the trek. Walking along the Simbuwa Khola leads us to Ramche and ultimately to Tortoni. The road now leads us to the Sherpa settlements of Yamphudin and blessed by waterfalls and streams. After crossing Mani walls and Chorten paths, we reach Khandinbe. From here, a short drive leads us to Birtamod then Bhadrapur, and ultimately a flight leads us to Kathmandu where the trip will end.
For those taking the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek, travel with us at Tour Trekking Company. We strive to offer our best services to our clients. With experts in off-beat treks, our staff is always well-prepared to help you on the trek. We also allow you to customize your itineraries as well. A remote but easy assignable trek is known as the Tsum Valley trek in Nepal. Contact us for information and details.