The Kanchenjunga Base Camp trek is one of the remotest treks in Nepal. It is considered an ideal trekking route in eastern Nepal. Kanchenjunga is the world’s third-highest peak with an altitude of 8,400m which was opened for trekkers in 1998. This trek is rather long and requires an abundant time to undertake this adventure.
Kanchenjunga Base Camp trek is a natural haven for those who seek diversity in flora and fauna besides the splendid sceneries of the mountain. Besides the terrific Kanchenjunga; Mt. Kumbhakarna, Mt. Kiratchuli, Mt. Nepal Peak, Pathibhara Himal and Chang Himal, will accompany the trekkers during the trek.
Although the meaning of Kang-Chen-Zod-nga” is "Five Great Treasuries of the Snow", Kanchenjunga massif, however, boasts seven major summits. Kanchenjunga is considered sacred and worshipped by the locals and mountaineers do not stand on the actual summit to honour the tradition. Kanchenjunga lies on the eastern border of Nepal and India presenting unbelievable scenery, divergence in vegetation, the taste of remoteness, and high spirit of Adventure.
This 30- day base camp adventure is the longest trek in Nepal providing the opportunity to view cardamom farming in the lowest altitude to a panoramic view of the mountains with Yalung glacier at its higher altitude. In order to head for this adventure, one must be physically fit. people with respiratory problems must consult the doctor before heading for this trek. Others on this trek must keep an eye open for altitude sickness.
Experience the diversity of nature and brace the opportunity to reach the base camp of the world’s third tallest mountain on an off the beaten trail with the Kanchenjunga Base camp trek!
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5120 m/ 16797.9ft
This trek is an opportunity to reach the base camp of the world’s third tallest mountain on an off the beaten trail perfect for trekkers who cherish nature and believe in its beauty.
•We reserve the right to change and that the program may be reversed. Things can happen that make it impossible to meet them as planned. If any meeting or plan would not be feasible, we always try to find an equivalent alternative. In Nepal, you always have a plan B and C