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Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek takes the visitors to the remote and isolated land of eastern Nepal which is a home of thousands of rare species of animals and birds. This is a lifetime opportunity to all the trekkers and adventure lovers of the world who wish to trek on the Himalayas of our country. Kanchenjunga region is a less developed and less popular area where only a few tourists and visitors come to visit this place. Although less populated this area is the home of magnificent views of Himalayan ranges and old Buddhist cultures and traditions.

Trekking in the Kanchenjunga region will give you a lifetime opportunity to explore the unique lifestyle and culture of people living in this region. Trekking in this area is restricted so you should have a permit and professional guide to trek in this region. Kanchenjunga Circuit offers the magnificent views of Himalayan ranges including some of the highest mountain ranges of the world such as Everest (Highest mountain of the world), Annapurna, Lhotse, Kanchenjunga West, also known as Yalung Kang, Kambachen (7,903m), Jannu (7,710m), Jongsong (7,483m), Kabru (7,353m), Tent Peak (7,365m) and the Twins (7,350m). The major attraction of this trek is the closer and majestic view of Kanchenjunga ranges that you can easily see during this trek. Sightseeing of rare species of animals and birds is also another major attraction of this trek.

Kanchenjunga Base Camp starts with a scenic flight to Bhadrapur and then another flight will take us to Suketar. After that, a short drive will take us to Taplejung and then trekking via Phurbu, Chirwa and Sekathum will take us to Gunsa. You will also get an opportunity to trek on other famous places such as Sinion Phedi, Sinion La, Margin La, Khebang and other many beautiful and dramatic landscapes.


Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu

On the basis of the scheduled trip, we will be in Tribhuvan International Airport to pick up you for the much exciting trek—Kanchanjung Base Camp, North to South.

Day 2: Kathmandu Sightseeing

With a certified city tour guide and a private vehicle, you will be roaming around Kathmandu today. We will lead you to Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swoyambhunath, Pashupatinath and Bouddhanath.  

Day 3: Flight to Bhadrapur/Drive to Illam

Flight to Bhadrapur is of nearly 45 minutes. From here, we catch a private vehicle to get in Illa. It is a ride of nearly four hours and the road to Illam is awesome. You will not hesitate to ask the driver to halt on the way to capture beautiful landscape of Kanyam.

Day 4: Drive to Taplejung/Trek to Mitlung (921 m)

Another interesting ride as you will enjoy lush green vegetation while on a drive to Taplejung. The view of Mt. Kanchenjunga and Mt. Jannu is spectacular.

After arriving in Taplejung, we will prepare for a hike and proceed toward Mitlung.

Day 5: Trek to Chirwa (1,270 m)

We will be walking along the bank of Tamur River and pass by a couple of Limbu, natives of the area, villages. We will be crossing a wooden bridge built over Thiwa River and enter into Chirwa.

Day 6: Trek to Sekathum (1,660 m)

Like yesterday, we will keep on walking along the bank of Tamur River and get in Taplechowk. Crossing Taplechowk we arrive at a suspension bridge. We cross few more settlements to get in Sekathum.

Day 7: Trek to Amjilossa (2,510 m)

We cross a suspension bridge built over Ghunsa River. Passing through thick woods, we head forward and this will bring us in a gorge followed by a village of Amjilossa.

Day 8: Trek to Gybala (2,730 m)

An ascend amid bamboo, oak and rhododendron forest will bring us in a small ridge. The descending trail will get us in Ghunsa Khola. A further couple of hours uphill climb will take us in Gybala.

Day 9: Trek to Ghunsa (3,595 m)

The trail today is relatively easy. We arrive at Phole. The monastery in Phole deserves a look. Nearly, a walk of one and a half an hour will lead us to Ghunsa. The village is inspired by Tibetan culture and tradition. The colorful prayer flags and typical houses will please you.  

Day 10: Acclimatization day at Ghunsa (3,595 m)

Despite being a rest day, we will explore the local area and get acquainted with local culture and traditions.

Day 11: Trek to Kambachen (4,100 m)

Gradual uphill climb through pine and rhododendron forest will make your walk pleasant. You cross through Chortens and mani walls. We arrive at Rampuk Kharka. Further walk from here will unfold the beauty of Mt. Jannu’s north face. We reach Kambachen, a village inspired by Tibetan culture and tradition.

Day 12: Acclimatization

As elevation is increasing, acclimatization becomes most. So, we will take a rest today and explore the local area.

Day 13: Trek to Lhonak (4,785 m)

Today, we will be passing through rhododendron forest. We arrive in Ramtang. The course from here is technical hence; walk slowly and cautiously. Further walk from here will reveal the astounding view of Twins Peak (7,351 m), Nepal (6,910 m), Wedge (6,750 m) and Mera Peak (6,344 m).

Day 14: Trek to Pangpema (5,143 m)/Back to Lhonak

It is a rest day. Despite this, we will proceed toward Pangpema. It is a walk of nearly two hours. You will get an astounding view of vistas from Pangpema. We retrace the path to Lhonak.

Day 15: Return to Ghunsa (3,595 m)

We retrace the path to Ghunsa crossing Kambachen.

Day 16: Trek to High Camp (4,100 m) via Sele La Pass (4,290m)

Today, we will be getting at the top of Miring La Pass. The view of Mt. Makalu is fantastic. We arrive at High Camp.

Day 17: Cross Mirgin La (4,480 m) and trek to Tseram (3,870 m)

Today we will be walking for nearly eight hours. It is a bit tough walk and will lead to Sinion La Pass at 4,440m. We are yet to arrive at Miring La Pass. Finally, we follow descend trail to get in Tseram.

Day 18: Day trip to Oktang/Camp at Ramche

Today’s hike will reveal the beauty of Koktang (6,147 m) and Rathong (6,679 m) along with other peaks. If lucky, you can spot blue sheep here. It is one of the endangered species that has a blue tongue hence; called blue sheep.

Day 19: Trek to Tortong (3000m)

The trail today declines through Tseram following the river through rhododendron forest to Tortong.

Day 20: Trek to Yamphudin (2,080 m)

The trail is downhill and will lead to Lamite Bhanjang where we will have lunch. The course from here is steep downhill and will bring us in Imja Kola. We cross it to get in Yamphudin—a village inhabited by Sherpa, Rai, Limbu, and Gurung.

Day 21: Trek to Mamanke (1,810 m)

Relatively, it is an easy trail and five hours of the walk will bring us in Mamanke.

Day 22: Trekking to Kande Bhanjyang

Walking for a couple of hours will lead us to Ponphe village. Further few hours walk will bring us in Kande Bhanjyang.

Day 23: Trek to Lali Kharka

We cross a Limbu village called Khunjari followed by Pha Khola. The trail now climbs up crossing few villages and will bring lead us to Lali Kharka.

Day 24: Trek to Suketar (2,300 m)

Huh! The trail is quite easy now and the walk is also of nearly three hours for today. We follow a course which leads to Pha Khola. Passing through few villages and forest, we arrive in Suketar.  

Day 25: Drive to Bhadrapur

After breakfast, we get in a jeep to arrive in Bhadrapur. It is a ride of over 10 hours.

Day 26: Flight to Kathmandu

We catch the first flight to Kathmandu. Here—in the capital—you will get time to roam around the city.

In the evening, we will offer you a farewell dinner and share your experience in exchange for your feedback on our service.

Day 27: Back to your Destination

Here ends your Kanchanjunga Base Camp—North to South Trek and with it, your Nepal stay as well. We will drop you in TIA three hours prior to scheduled flight. See you next season for another trip in the different destination of Nepal as this country has more than 100 trekking trails!


  • Airport Pick up and Drops by car/van
  •  2 Night’s Standard Hotel in Kathmandu twin sharing basis with breakfast(on the arrival day and after the Trekking).
  • Daily Meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) During the Trekking.
  •  Kanchenjunga Conservation Area permits.
  •  All accommodations in lodges/Tea Houses During the Treks.
  • An experienced, helpful and friendly Guide, porters (1 porter for 2 trekkers) with Salary, Food, Drinks, Accommodation, Transportation and Insurance).
  • Local fresh fruits like orange, apple, banana, and grapes.
  •  Oxygen bottle and Medical Supplies (First aid kit will be Available).
  •  Sleeping bag, Down jacket and Duffie bag. ( Refundable)
  • Trekking T-shirt, Trekking map and Waterdrop.


  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Nepal entry visa fee
  •  International Airfare/Airport tax, City tour Sightseeing entry fees.
  •  Alcoholic and cold drinks,  hot showers.
  •  Personal expenses laundry, telephone calls, snacks, camera, and mobile battery charging.
  • Travel Insurance
  •  Personal trekking gears
  •  Tips for trekking staffs
  •  Any others expenses which are not mentioned on Price Includes section.

Equipments list

Your personal list

1. Water Bottle

2. Dry Fruits, Chocolates or Energy Bars

3. Day-pack or Backpack

4. Trekking Shoes or Hiking Boots

5. Swiss Knife

6. Torchlight or Flashlight

7. Hand Sanitizer

8. Trek Pants or Trousers

9. Cap or Hat

10. Sunscreen, Sunblocks, and Lipbalms

11. Hiking Pole

12. Smart-phone or Compact Camera

13. Power-bank

14. Sunglasses