Kanchenjunga (8,586m) is the third highest mountain in the world which lies at the eastern border of Nepal. Kanchenjunga Trekking is considered as one of the remote trekking areas as it passes through the remote areas of the region which is absolutely less crowded as very few trekkers used to visit here.The trekking area is considered as moderate trekking route and will be suitable for those who have enough holidays and possess sound mind and body without having any type of disorder. We have to trek at the high altitude for many days so we need to acclimatize ourselves at many parts of the lands. During the splendid trek, we can interact with the local Rai and Limbu communities. The trekking to this region enables the trekkers with the glorious and glittering view of white ranges of the mountain having snow-capped along with the green forest at its waist. The route also goes through the forest at a different part of the lands during the whole trek.
The trekking to these areas begins with a flight from Kathmandu to Biratnagar. Then the way goes towards the Phidim, Suketar, Mitlung, Chirwa, Sukathum, Amjilosa, Gyabla, Ghunsa, and towards the base camp of Kanchenjunga. The return journey will be same as it is up. The ending point of our trekking is at Birtamod or Bharatpur from where we will fly over to Kathmandu. The trekking to these areas will be better during the October, November, December, February, March, April and May. But as per the wish of the trekkers and according to the schedule of their holidays, A One Nepal Trek is organizing a better trekking at these lands throughout the year.
Day 01: Arrival to Kathmandu.
Upon your arrival at Kathmandu at TIA, a representative of A One Nepal Trek will warmly welcome you to Nepal. She/he will guide you towards the hotel room of main touristic part of Thamel in Nepal. The night will be at the hotel by discussing the tour and enjoying the delicious dinner.(service include: Hotel+breakfast+Airport pickup)
Day 02: City tour, your Permits, and preparation for your trip.
Visit world’s heritage sites. Which is the oldest of the three major cities in Kathmandu Valley – famous for its Buddhist monuments and Hindu temples, and you can catch the traditional artisans working with wood, stones, and metals.
Pashupatinath Temple: It is one of the most known holy places for Hindu pilgrims in Kathmandu valley. The whole vicinity of Pashupatinath is dense with ages-old pagoda model temples with golden plated roofs and the gorgeous woodcarvings on the doors and windows. To the south of the temple, the holy Bagmati river flows down sweeping the burnt dust of dead bodies produced from the cremation on its side. A small green holy wood forest breeze maintains the site cool all the time.
Boudhanath Stupa: It is one of the nice places to visit in Kathmandu valley, which has the biggest stupa. When someone enters the gate the holy prayer to sense peace is heard all around. All the Buddhists want to visit Boudhanath to feel the real sense of Buddhism. Boudhanath Stupa – one of biggest stupas in the valley, has been built in the 17th Century.
Kathmandu Durbar Square: Around the square, there are some temples stood upright piercing the sky canopy and through the thousands of pigeon they spread the message of peace. Kumari temple is one of the most important parts of the square site where the ‘Living Goddess’ resides. Apart from those temples, a museum will be waiting for its visitors with an opportunity to unravel the treasures unabashedly. To visit this site is to know the historical facts of Nepal.
Soyambhunath Stupa: It is also known as ‘Monkey Temple’. The wide area of Soyambhunath is a hillock surrounded by small forest with some golden temples of Lord Buddha at the western gate and the main temple at the top of the hill. The most interesting thing with Soyambhunath is the nice view of Kathmandu valley to be seen from the top of the hill. Various kinds and sizes of monkeys are seen guarding the hillock. A lot of monasteries with big prayer wheels are the main attraction for the visitors.[Hotel+Breakfast+Private drive+Tour with Guide]
Day 03: Kathmandu to Suketar.2,420m.
Early morning, we will have our hot breakfast at the best hotel in Kathmandu and then we will forward towards the airport to catch the flight over to Suketar. The flight takes for 1:30 hours to reach to Suketar from Kathmandu. After getting off the flight we will visit around the Suketar for a while and the night will be resting at Suketar. (Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner+ Local lodge+flight+Guide+Porter)
Day 04: Suketar to Mitlung.890m.
From Suketar, we will kick off our trekking. We will trek towards the Mitlung which passes through the beautiful valley and through the beautiful pasture lands. We then follow the way towards the Hangdewa River and through the rural landscapes of the region. We will trek for about 4 to 5 hours from Suketar to Mitlung at 921m to spend the night.(Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner+ Tent camp+Guide+Porter)
Day 05: Mitlung to Chirwa.1,185m.
From Mitlung, we will follow the descending way to the village of Sinwa. The way goes ups and downs. We shouldn’t stop ourselves until we reach Tawa. Then the way goes a little steep to cross the suspension bridge at Thiwa. The route passes through the beautiful landscapes along the way to Chirwa. Chirwa is a beautiful village of Limbu community with several lodges and tea shops around. We will stop at Chirwa for the night.(Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner+Tent camp+Guide+Porter)
Day 06: Chirwa to Sukathum.1,509m.
From Chirwa, we trek towards the Sukathum after crossing the several passes and cardamom fields with some dense forest. We then trek uphill towards the lush green forest to Tamor River. We have to follow the up and downhill track until we reach to Ghunsa river and then to the Sukathum to stay for the night.(Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner+Tent camping+Guide+Porter)
Day 07: Sukathum to Amjilosa.2,498m.
The trekking route from Sukathum to Amjilosa is regarded a bit challenging and rough. We need to cross the suspension bridge which is outside of the Sukathum village. Then the trail passes through the dense forest and through the ascending and descending trail. We pass through the Solima village. We will be busy to follow the main trail until we reach to Amjilosa to stay for the night.(Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner+Tent camping+Guide+Porter)
Day 08: Amjilosa to Gyabla. 2,730m.
From Amjilosa, we will trek towards the river bank and through the dense forest of bamboo, fir, and rhododendron. We then climb uphill crossing several small bridges along the way. During the trail, we will enjoy the dramatic waterfalls which are originated from the mountains. We will continue until we reach to Gyabla with a trekking of about 6 to 7 hours.(Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner+Tent camping+Guide+Porter)
Day 09: Gyabla to Ghunsa.3,595m.
From Gyabla, the trek goes towards the Ghunsa through the river to the valley. Then we will reach Phale, a Tibetan refugee settlement. We can purchase some of the beautiful creation of human beings here. Then we enter through the forest of pine and conifer to reach the village of Ghunsa. Ghunsa is a beautiful village of Sherpa people. We can see a hydroelectricity plant in this region. Ghunsa is at the altitude of 3,595m above sea level.(Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner+Tent camping+Guide+Porter)
Day 10: Ghunsa to Kambachen.4,145m.
From Ghunsa viewing the beautiful scenery of great ranges of mountains, we will walk through the river bank to Kambachen. The route goes through the beautiful meadows full of beautiful flowers of different types and pine forest. We need to cross the bridge of Rampuk Kharka viewing some glorious view of beautiful waterfalls and landscapes as well. Further continuing our way will lead us to Kambachen at 4,150m.(Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner+Tent camping+Guide+Porter)
Day 11: Rest at Kambachen.4,145m.
We spend a day which will help us acclimatize to the high altitude. We can spend the rest of the day resting and taking part in small hikes. We can explore the areas around.(Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner+Tent camping+Guide+Porter)
Day 12: Kambachen to Lhonak 4,500m.
The trail from Kambachen to Lhonak is a bit tougher as it goes through the high altitude. We have to acclimatize ourselves during the whole trek at this part of the land. We need to cross the bridge of Ramtang monastery. We should follow the descending path to reach to Lhonak after the trekking of about 6 to 7 hours.(Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner+Tent camping+Guide+Porter)
Day 13: Lhonak to Kanchenjunga north base camp 5,143m.
From Lhonak, viewing the Kanchenjunga Mountain above us, we will continue our trail following the Kanchenjunga glaciers. The night will be at tented camp at the Kanchenjunga base camp. We have to be very careful while walking in this region due to the possibilities of landslide and some ice slide also. From the base camp, a little higher point will offer its visitors with the most panoramic view of that region.(Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner+Tent camping+Guide+Porter)
Day 14: Base camp to Kambachen. 4,145 m.
After viewing the most panoramic view of mountains from the base camp, we need to return back to Kambachen through the same way. We will trek for about 6 to 7 hours back to Kambachen. With the returning way, we will leave the picturesque view of mountains on our back. We will stay the night at Kambachen.(Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner+Tent camping+Guide+Porter)
Day 15: Kambachen to Ghunsa.3,595 m.
From Kambachen, we will return back to Ghunsa following the same trail. We can get the dazzling view of beautiful forest along with some marvelous view of the White Mountains all around us. The night will be exhilarating at Ghunsa.(Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner+Tent camping+Guide+Porter)
Day 16: Ghunsa to Sele Le.4,290 m.
From Ghunsa, we will trek towards the Sele le. We will trek through the dense forest of moss and rhododendron throughout the way. We will be served with the delicious breakfast at one of the favorable places during the trek. The night will be at Sele Le at 4,290m.(Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner+Tent camping+Guide+Porter)
Day 17: Sele Le to Cheram.3,868 m.
From Sele le, we walk through the uphill path enjoying the mesmerizing view of Jannu Himal and Makalu Himal. The path then goes through the strenuous area after passing several passes like Sinion La, Mirgin La, and Sinelapche Bhanjyang. We then make descend to Cheram and will surely spend the night there at 3870m.(Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner+Tent camping+Guide+Porter)
Day 18: Cheram to Ramche and back to Cheram.3,868 m.
From Cheram, explore south base camp 4,740 m, we ascend towards the Yalung Glacier and should walk alongside the Simbwa Khola after passing through the Lapsang village, we will reach to Ramche. We will be offered with the glorious view of the southern face of Kanchenjunga Mountain. Descend the same way and spend the night at Cheram.(Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner+Tent camping+Guide+Porter)
Day 19: Cheram to Tortong. 2,980 m.
From Cheram, we will descend towards the Tortong Khola. We will encounter two trails at this point. We will follow the way through the forest of rhododendron along the way to reach finally to Tortong at 2995m.(Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner+Tent camping+Guide+Porter)
Day 20: Tortong to Yamphudin.1,692 m.
From Tortong, we descend towards the Yamphudin while passing the Lasiya Bhanjyang which involves walking through the trees and beautiful landscapes. We need to walk through the land of landslides and walking further through the same way will enable us to reach Yamphudin inhabited by Sherpa, Limbu, and Rai.(Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner+Tent camping+Guide+Porter)
Day 21: Yamphudin to Yangpang. 1,007 m,
We descend from Yamphudin to Yangpang. We will cross several bridges at Samekham and should continue the trail towards Kabeli Khola. The trekking route goes through the beautiful pass of Mamankhe with some Limbu houses and some museum. We need to cross the bridge over Khaksewa Khola and should descend through the cardamom fields. We will be at Yangpang at 1,007 m, after the trekking of about 6 to 7 hours.(Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner+Tent camping+Guide+Porter)
Day 22: Yangpang to Thorpu. 1,500 m.
From Yangpang, we will take the downgoing trek towards the Thorpu. We won’t go towards the Taplejung saving our time. So, we ill trek downwards to Thorpu through the beautiful village where we may interact with the local people for a while. We will be fascinated to enjoy the night at Thorpu at 1,500m.(Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner+Tent camping+Guide+Porter)
Day 23: Thorpu to Birtamod.
From Thorpu, we can take a drive over to Birtamod. We will surely enjoy the road track as the road track offers us beautiful view of surrounding along with some mountain view from some parts. We will travel through the plain surface of eastern Terai region of Nepal. The night will be at Birtamod after the drive of about 5 to 6 hours.(Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner+Tent camping+Guide+Porter)
Day 24: Birtamod to Bhadrapur to Kathmandu.
From Birtamod, we will take a short drive over to Bhadrapur. We will enjoy the flight from Bhadrapur to Kathmandu. After arriving at Kathmandu, we will move towards the room of the hotel to take rest for some time and can visit the town and market area later in the day. The night will be fantastic at Kathmandu.(Breakfast+Lunch+Hotel+Drive+Flight+Guide+Porter)
Day 25: Farewell.
After having a relaxing night at Kathmandu, finally, the day of returning back to our home country and busy schedule has come with the ending of our glittering tour over to the highlands of Nepal. A One Nepal Trek will organize a small farewell program at the airport and will help for any inconvenience that may arise during the departure. We wish for your better journey ahead.(Breakfast+Airport drop)
- All Airport pick up and drop.
- 3 nights 2*standard hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast.
- One day city tour with a guide and private drive.
- 23 days in standard lodges/Tent camp in the mountain during the trek.
- All 3 meals per day during the trek [B+L+D] with Tea/Coffee.
- Domestic flight Ticket from/to Kathmandu-Suketar-Bharatpur- Kathmandu.
- An experienced English-speaking trekking guide, assistant trek guide as per the bigger size of a group of trekkers:1 porter) including their salary, insurance, equipment, food, and lodging.
- Down jacket, sleeping bag, duffel bag, and trekking map (down jacket and sleeping bag are to be returned after trip completion).
- Camping gear, Two men tent, Toilet tent, Dining tent, Staff tent, Kitchen tent.Kitchen utensil, Mattress, table.
- All necessary paperwork and permits (National park permit, TIMS )
- Trekking map, T-shirt and Trip certificate by A One Nepal Trek Company.
- A medical supplies (first aid kit will be available)
- All government and local taxes
- Nepal Visa fee ( Nepal provides on arrival visa in Immigration, bring accurate USD cash and two passport photographs,)
- International airfare to and from Kathmandu.
- Meal in the city like Kathmandu.
- Entrance fee during the tour.
- Extra calculate for additional programs as per above itinerary.
- Travel and rescue insurance.
- Local donation & Tips for guides and porters.
- Personal expenses.(Bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower etc).
One of the most famous wilderness trek of Nepal. Rich in nature on around 3rd worlds highest peak(8,586m).Heavy colorful forest with the verity of flora & fauna. Charming mingle society of people with the unique culture, religion and seasonal harvesting. Clean running humming waterfalls and streams.
Safety – Health- facility:
Our first goal is “first safety” for all of our clients and staff. We have smartly experienced friendly and knowledgeable workers team. All they are well trained and must of they are license holder Guides. We arrange first aid. Also, the area has the health post on every 2 days, and the main hospital is not farther than maximum 5 hrs, from any part. We can use a quick drive on the rough road, carried by the people, take a horse ride, and arrange the Helicopter at our needed as per the emergency encase. The physical walk is 6 hours average per day with a mini bag with your valued things average 2-5 kg. but 2 days is shorter.
Your Personal Travel Insurance:
We highly advised you to make your travel insurance during Nepal trip from your own country. It is a condition upon joining any of our trips that all clients be insured for comprehensive expenses that might incur due to medical issues or accidents (this includes air ambulance, helicopter rescue, and treatment costs).we don’t arrange or sell insurance.
Tent camp/Local lodge during the Trek:
All accommodations for Kanchenjunga Trek are on twin sharing local lodge/home-stay basis included in the trip cost and are chosen based on the standard of hygiene, standard and clean of tourist standard available. There are mostly shame styles of accommodations during our trekking. All the lodging and meal cost has controlled by management community at in the area.Or, we will have used our tent camp for all clients with all staff. we will have to make all food and beverage from our kitchen by well-trained cook and assistance staff.We use iodine/boiled water for cock, drink and wash.
Meals and Water:
During our Trek, we can enjoy typical Nepali food, different ethnic cuisines, as well as all types of international cuisine (Tibetan, Continental, Italian, and Indian.), are from the menu as per local supplement.Camp has well-trained cook basically attention for clean, hygienic, fresh and nice testy foods. We can even enjoy hot chocolates, the variety of bread, a variety of drinks, and snacks. You could have able to buy Bottled water from every settlement. Even we would like to support you to pay for local purifying water cheaper with that’s help to controlled plastic pollution. Also, the boiled water or running fresh water with your peals or filtering is much recommended.
What to bring with you:
Raincoat, bag cover, round sun hat. Half paint for rain, waterproof walking boot, Suntan lotion, sunglass, light waterproof gore tax set, a pair of sleepers, some t-shirt, If you have your private light sleeping bag/If Not we will provide, walking stick, your regular drug and necessary you things.
The Kanchenjunga region is stunningly beautiful but equally fragile. Future generations have just as much of a right to appreciate it as we do. Hence, the tourism industry has an obligation to protect and preserve it. We are considering a ‘zero impact’ policy on the natural environment and the traditional communities that live in the traveled places. We enforce a number of do’s and don’ts.We also work alongside “KEEP” in order to maintain our environmental concerns.
Trek for all season. Even Sep to Dec and Feb to May are best.
Confirm your trip at least two months before, with 25% of the payment and a copy of your passport. One group leader or agent will be free of service charge above 12 of paying the person in a group.[tax, flight and monuments fee is not free).
@ Contact us for all trip deal and discussion.
@ Print all program that we agreed, cost details and bring that with you.
@ Make sure your all information is correct as your upcoming trip with us.
@ Make confirmation your international flight tickets and passport size photo to your Trekking/Tour operator company A One Nepal Trek. We need that to make your TIMS card and to buy ACAP entry Ticket.
@ Send us your at-list 6 months of valid passport copy of all members of the group.
@ Send us your 25% booking advance of all members of a group by bank wire. Although, your all process should have to be before 3 months of your trip to Nepal.
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