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Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek – Way to the third highest mountain of the world

Destination: Nepal

Region: Kanchenjunga Region

Trip Facts

26 Days
Trekking And Hiking
Hotel and Lodge
Best Season
Sep-November and March to May
Lunch, Dinner And Breakfast


Welcome to the amazing Kanchenjunga Trek, an enthralling journey deep into the Himalayas, offered by Access the Asia Treks. This walk is well-known for its breathtaking views, varied landscapes, and the opportunity to see Mount Kanchenjunga’s base camp, the third-highest summit in the world. You are surrounded by snow-capped peaks, thick woods, and traditional communities that provide a window into the region’s rich cultural tapestry as you set off on this journey.

The trail that winds through the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area is normally first encountered near Taplejung, where the Kanchenjunga Trek starts. Numerous species of plants and animals, including the elusive snow leopard and red panda, can be found in this protected area. Trekking along historic trade routes and across multiple high mountain peaks offers you expansive views of the magnificent Himalayan range. It’s the ideal option for anyone looking for a mentally and physically stimulating trekking experience because of the difficult terrain, which adds an element of adventure.

The chance to see the isolated, unspoiled communities dotted throughout the terrain is one of the pleasures of the Kanchenjunga Trek. Numerous ethnic communities, including the Limbu, Rai, and Sherpa people, live in these places. Immersing yourself in the distinctive customs and traditions of the inhabitants will leave you with a lasting memory of their wonderful hospitality. A spiritual component is added to your tour by the trek’s visits to monasteries and other places of worship.

At Kanchenjunga Base Camp, the trek’s climax, you find yourself beneath the massive mountain itself. The strenuous hike is rewarding because of the breathtaking vistas and sense of accomplishment. You have plenty of time to stroll about base camp, enjoy the expansive views, and photograph the breathtaking surroundings. Long after you’ve left the mountains behind, the peace and majesty of the surroundings provide you an experience of a lifetime.

All participants in Access the Asia Treks are guaranteed a safe and pleasurable trekking experience, as is our commitment. Throughout the trip, our knowledgeable guides and support personnel make every effort to give you the help and information you need. Our crew are available to assist you with acclimatization, permit arrangements, and making sure you have everything you need for a successful trek as soon as you arrive in Nepal. Not only is the Kanchenjunga Trek with Access the Asia Treks an exciting adventure, but it’s also a chance to get in touch with nature, learn about a distinct cultural legacy, and make lifelong memories. Come along on this incredible journey with us, and allow the allure of Kanchenjunga to enchant you.


  • Enjoy breathtaking views of the world’s third highest peak, Mount Kanchenjunga, along with other towering peaks such as Yalung Kang, Kangchenjunga South, and Jannu.
  • Encounter diverse ethnic groups like the Sherpas, Limbus, and Rai, each with their own unique traditions, languages, and lifestyles.
  • Explore through remote and pristine wilderness areas, passing through lush forests, alpine meadows, and remote mountain villages.
  • Experience a range of terrain, from dense forests filled with rhododendrons to high-altitude glaciers and rocky moraines.
  • Discover rare and endangered wildlife species such as the elusive snow leopard, red panda, Himalayan black bear, and various species of birds including the colorful Himalayan Monal.
  • Exploring the challenging high mountain passes like the Sele La Pass and the Mirgin La Pass, offering stunning panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.
  • Visit ancient Buddhist monasteries such as the Pangpema Monastery, steeped in spirituality and offering insights into the local culture and religion.
  • Explore base camps like Pangpema and Oktang, offering close-up views of the massive Kanchenjunga massif and its surrounding peaks.
  • Enjoy the solitude and tranquility of trekking in a lesser-explored region of the Himalayas, away from the crowds found in more popular trekking routes.


Day 1

After your arrival at the TIA (Tribhuwan International Airport), Kathmandu, you are received with warm and hearty welcome by our friendly and accommodating staff along with welcoming banner stand sign outside the arrival terminal. Meanwhile, it is followed up by short welcoming procedure in a typical Nepali tradition and you are escorted to the luxurious hotel in Kathmandu. During this time period, you can feel the vibes of the bustling lifestyle of Kathmandu city. Various cultural heritages and ancient sculptures with magnificent monasteries are the center of attraction in Kathmandu city.  Furthermore, you are provided with pleasantly brief details regarding your stay in hotel. A comfortable and luxurious stay in hotel of Kathmandu for this night.

Drive duration: 30 minutes 

Accommodation: Luxurious hotel in Kathmandu City

Day 2

One of the explorative days begins with your breakfast and the wonderful morning vibes of the center of Kathmandu. Meanwhile, our city guide provides you the brief details of the city tour allocated for this day and you are provided with the grounded private transportation for this particular tour. Kathmandu, also known as the ‘ City of Temples’ has lots of ancient monasteries, unique sculptures, important religious and cultural sites, delightful culture, customs and unique lifestyle of people living in the capital city of Nepal. Kathmandu city has become the dwelling place for people from all over the country. Hence, this is the perfect sample for unity in diversity. People of different religion, culture and unique lifestyle have collaborated together to unite in this wonderful city. Some of the important tourist destinations of this city are Pashupatinath Temple ( one of the most holiest places for Hindus), Syambhunath and  Boudha Stupa (two major Buddhist monasteries), Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square and Patan Durbar Square (Ancient sculptures and architectures with Pagoda style Temples), Newari culture, customs and cuisine (Indigenous and traditional community of Kathmandu city).

Your exploration occupies some space for you to recap all those beautiful memories and understand the lifestyle and history of Kathmandu. After this beautiful journey, you are escorted back to hotel.  Meanwhile, you meet with our managing director and the representatives of our company along with the staffs allocated for accomplishing your wonderful journey to Kanchenjunga Region.

 City Tour: Entire day

Accommodation: Luxurious hotel in Kathmandu

Day 3

Traveling from the crowded capital of 1400 meters, Kathmandu, to the sleepy town of Bhadrapur, which is only 91 meters above sea level, offers an intriguing look at Nepal’s rich variety of landscapes. Passengers can experience the dramatic change from the gorgeous hills surrounding Kathmandu to the low-lying plains near Bhadrapur throughout the trip, which doubles as an amazing aerial tour. The descent reveals a patchwork of landscapes that highlight Nepal’s diverse topography.

After arriving at Bhadrapur, the journey takes you on a picturesque drive to Kanyam, which is located at a height of 1394 meters. Traveling by road provides an immersive experience as one passes through quaint communities and gorgeous landscapes. A peaceful environment is created by the vivid sceneries and abundant foliage that line the route. Nestled among rolling hills and tea gardens, Kanyam becomes a sanctuary for people looking to escape the bustle of city life. The trip from Kathmandu to Kanyam is more than simply a physical change; it’s also a sensory investigation of Nepal’s breathtaking scenery, leaving lasting recollections of the various landscapes that characterize this fascinating country.

An overnight stay at Kanyam.

Flight Duration: 1-1.5 hrs

Drive duration: 1-1.5 hrs

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 4

The trip from Kanyam, which is at 1394 meters, to Suketar, which is at 2420 meters, is the next leg of your journey and offers stunning views of the Eastern Himalayas. The route meanders across the rolling hills, offering captivating vistas of the verdant surroundings and the mountains beyond. As you climb to Suketar, which is located at a higher height, the atmosphere takes on a pleasant highland feel and the air becomes crisp. The trip from Suketar provides a taste of the thrill that lies ahead as it leads to the famous Kanchenjunga region. When you arrive at Suketar, you will be enveloped in the alpine atmosphere and the majesty of the Eastern Himalayas.

Traveling 90 kilometers by road takes about 3 to 4 hours to get from Kanyam, which is at an elevation of 1394 meters, to Suketar, which is at 2420 meters.  The eight to ten kilometers that separate Suketar and Lali Kharkha on foot often take 3 to 4 hours to complete.

Your journey from Suketar to Lali Kharkha, situated at an elevation of 22,655 meters, winds through magnificent nature and traditional settlements. The hike starts out slowly to give you time to get used to the greater altitude. The walk meanders through thick woodlands, providing views of the region’s varied native flora and fauna. The landscape changes as you hike closer to Lali Kharkha, bringing you into a tranquil alpine setting. Trekking through the local towns and experiencing the distinct lifestyles of those who live in these high-altitude regions makes the trip more than just a physical adventure. Tucked up in the mountains, Lali Kharkha offers a peaceful campsite where you can unwind and take in the breathtaking scenery that characterizes the Kanchenjunga trekking route.

An overnight stay at Lali Kharka.

Drive duration: 3-4 hours

Trek duration: 3-4 hours

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 5

Trekking in the captivating Kanchenjunga region, you go from Lali Kharkha, at 2265 meters, to Kade Banjyang, at 2130 meters. The trailhead is located in Lali Kharkha and winds through rhododendron and alpine meadows, providing a stunning setting against the towering Himalayan peaks. The trail provides beautiful views of the surrounding landscapes and far-off snow-capped summits as you wind over the undulating terrain. The cool mountain air and the sounds of nature offer a welcome diversion from the everyday grind, making the climb more than just a physical adventure but also a sensory one. The trek from Lali Kharkha at 2265 meters to Kade Banjyang at 2130 meters is approximately 4 to 6 hours, covering a distance of around 10 to 12 kilometers.

As you descend in the direction of Kade Banjyang, you pass through quaint towns where you could experience the friendly hospitality of the locals. Through interaction with the locals, one can learn about their customs and traditional ways of life on the walk. Nestled at an elevation of 2130 meters, Kade Banjyang provides a peaceful spot to stop along the walk. The town is a great place to relax and take in the special fusion of natural beauty and cultural diversity that defines the Kanchenjunga trip, especially with its tranquil ambiance and lush green surroundings. You’ll become engrossed in the Himalayan landscape’s rich tapestry as you become used to the tranquil atmosphere of Kade Banjyang.

An overnight stay at Kade Banjyang.

Trek duration: 4-6 hours

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 6

Trekking through the Kanchenjunga region, you will experience a blend of natural beauty and cultural contacts as you go from Kade Banjyang, which is located at 2130 meters, to Phumphe Danda, which is located at 1858 meters. However, typically this trek takes around 4 to 6 hours to complete.The trail offers a variety of terrain to navigate as it passes between terraced farms and deep woodlands. The views of the surrounding hills and valleys provide an enthralling vista as you descend from Kade Banjyang. The hike provides an opportunity to engage with the people, observing their daily routines and learning about the distinctive customs of the area. As you go through traditional villages, you’ll feel the kindness of the locals who live in these far-off places. The trek from Kade Banjyang at 2130 meters to Phumphe Danda at 1858 meters typically takes around 3 to 4 hours, covering a distance of approximately 8 to 10 kilometers.

At an elevation of 1858 meters, Phumphe Danda transforms into a peaceful oasis along the walking path. The settlement offers breathtaking views of the surrounding surroundings because it is positioned on a ridge. When you go to Phumphe Danda, the calm ambience beckons you to unwind and enjoy the peace of the Himalayan foothills. With the tranquil backdrop of far-off peaks and verdant foliage, the trip offers an opportunity to relax in the splendor of nature. As a stepping stone on your journey to summit Kanchenjunga, Phumphe Danda allows you to rest and recover before resuming your hike into the heart of this magnificent mountain range.

An overnight stay at Phumphe Danda.

Trek duration: 4-6 hours

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 7

Setting off on an adventure through the Kanchenjunga region, your walk from Phumphe Danda, at 1858 meters, to Sherpaguan, at 2080 meters, unfolds with a blend of picturesque scenery and cultural experiences. The trek from Phumphe Danda (1858m) to Sherpaguan (2080m) is relatively short in distance but may take around 3 to 4 hours to complete, depending on your walking pace and the trail conditions.The walk winds through verdant forests, showcasing the area’s varied flora and fauna. The landscape changes from thick foliage to open meadows as you climb near Sherpaguan, offering expansive vistas of the far-off peaks and undulating slopes. The walk is a peaceful experience that lets you take in the peace and natural beauty of the Himalayan foothills.

Nestled at an elevation of 2080 meters, the quaint village of Sherpaguan embodies the spirit of the region. The Sherpa community, renowned for their diverse customs and proficiency in mountaineering, resides in the village. You’ll have the chance to talk to the welcoming people as soon as you get to Sherpaguan and learn more about their way of life. The Sherpa people’s kindness gives your trekking experience something extra unique. Sherpaguan is a cultural waypoint that lets you take in the breathtaking views while appreciating the region’s distinctive traditions. This section of the walk adds to the overall diversity of the Kanchenjunga trekking experience by offering not just a physical trek over the mountains but also a cultural investigation.

An overnight stay at Sherpagaun.

Trek duration: 4-6 hours

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 8

Starting at Sherpaguan (2080 meters) and ending at Torongton (2995 meters), the trail passes through the scenic Kanchenjunga area and provides a moderate ascent through a variety of sceneries. Generally, this trek can take around 5 to 7 hours to complete, depending on your fitness level, pace, and trail conditions.The climb continues through lush forests after you leave Sherpaguan, with the aroma of alpine plants filling the air. With time, the path widens to reveal vast meadows with beautiful views of the surrounding mountains. You are first exposed to the magnificent Himalayan landscape during the ascent, and the constantly shifting vistas arouse your curiosity about the higher elevations that lie ahead.

At 2995 meters, Torongton is a key location on the trail that provides a better viewpoint and a sneak peek at the alpine landscape that makes up the Kanchenjunga region. The community has a charming rustic feel to it, with traditional stone homes scattered around the area. You will be met with expansive views of deep valleys and snow-capped peaks as soon as you arrive at Torongton. In addition to testing your physical stamina, the hike to Torongton rewards you with breathtaking views of the Himalayas. You may acclimate and take in the majesty of the mountains in the tranquil ambiance of this higher altitude village, which will set you up for the exciting journey into the heart of the Kanchenjunga trip.

An overnight stay at Torongton.

Trek duration: 5-7 hours

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 9

Starting at 2995 meters in Torongton and ending at 3870 meters in Tseram, the trail ascends to higher altitudes to reveal the mountainous splendors of the Kanchenjunga region. Typically, this trek can take around 6 to 8 hours to complete, depending on various factors such as your fitness level, acclimatization, pace, and trail conditions. Trekking up hills and across steep trails, the hike from Torongton provides breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks and valleys. The scenery changes as you ascend, revealing rhododendron forests all around you that provide brilliant flashes of color. The journey is demanding yet rewarding, taking you closer to the heart of the Himalayas with every step.

When you get at Tseram at 3870 meters, you’ll find yourself in a pristine alpine setting encircled by massive peaks. In the spring, Tseram is known for its charming meadows full of blossoming flowers. Trekkers can acclimate and take in the amazing scenery in a tranquil environment in the village. As you get used to Tseram, the air is crisper and the sky is clear with snow-capped peaks creating a striking backdrop. This section of the hike gives you the chance to see the high-altitude environment and the breathtaking scenery that characterizes the Kanchenjunga region. As you ascend to the higher altitudes of the Himalayas, Tseram serves as an essential stopping point, preparing you for the beauties and hardships that await.

An overnight stay at Tseram.

Trek duration: 6-8 hours

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 10

An essential stopover on your Kanchenjunga trek is an acclimatization day at 3870 meters, Tseram. This allows your body to acclimate to the higher elevations before continuing your ascent. Tseram provides a serene and beautiful environment for this necessary day of relaxation. Encircled by soaring summits and mountain pastures, you may stroll about the immediate area and take in the amazing vistas. As you go to even higher elevations in the upcoming days, this acclimatization break helps to ensure a smoother transition and helps prevent altitude-related difficulties.

You can choose to go on quick hikes in the surrounding areas on the acclimatization day, progressively increasing in elevation to aid in your body’s adjustment to the lower oxygen levels. With its immaculate surroundings and vibrant wildflowers, Tseram offers a tranquil setting ideal for rest and renewal. Trekkers can further enhance the cultural experience by taking part in lighthearted activities like taking pictures or mingling with locals and other trekkers. It’s also a chance to check trekking equipment, making sure everything is ready for the next trials. This deliberate acclimatization day in Tseram offers an opportunity to experience the distinct charm and natural beauty of the Kanchenjunga region in addition to being a useful tool for acclimatization.

An overnight stay at Tseram.

Hike duration: 1-2 hours

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 11

Trekking through the highest heights of the Kanchenjunga region is tough but thrilling. Start your journey from Tseram, which is at 3870 meters, to Ramche, which is at 4615 meters. Generally, this trek can take around 4 to 6 hours to complete, depending on your fitness level, acclimatization, pace, and trail conditions. The trail climbs sharply, taking you past moraines and rocky slopes as it gains altitude. As you ascend, the scenery changes to a rough alpine setting with wide-ranging glaciers and sweeping vistas of the surrounding snow-capped summits. Trekkers who complete the Ramche trail feel a sense of achievement as they enter the high-altitude Himalayan region, which is encircled by the breathtaking Kanchenjunga massif.

Reaching Ramche, tucked away at 4615 meters, is a major turning point on your Kanchenjunga journey. The village serves as a base for additional exploration of the area and is a distant outpost equipped with basic amenities. Trekkers can see unmatched vistas of famous peaks like Yalung Kang and Kanchenjunga from Ramche. High-altitude flora peppers the virgin environment, bringing some color to the otherwise harsh alpine settings. As they adjust to the higher altitude and get ready for the challenges that lie ahead on this enthralling and difficult trekking route, hikers can enjoy the stunning surroundings and capture the grandeur of the Himalayas.

An overnight stay at Ramche.

Hike duration: 4-6 hours

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 12

A memorable and difficult expedition in the heart of the Kanchenjunga region is to set out on the journey from Ramche, at 4615 meters, to the Oktang viewpoint, at 4000 meters, and then return to Tseram, at 3870 meters. The trail winds through a high-altitude environment with glaciers, moraines, and stunning vistas of the neighboring peaks. Trekking up to the 4000-meter-high Oktang viewpoint provides a unique vision of the Kanchenjunga massif, complete with wide glaciers and views of the snow-capped summits. The untamed beauty of the high-altitude landscape and the sense of achievement that comes with arriving at such a famous viewpoint will enthrall trekkers.

Once you’ve taken in the breathtaking views from Oktang, head back across the alpine landscape to Tseram, which is situated at an elevation of 3870 meters. As you descend, you get closer to the lower elevations with each step, giving you another chance to take in the breathtaking scenery. After a long day of trekking, Tseram’s beautiful surroundings and peaceful environment provide a warm and inviting refuge. This trek offers an incredible experience in the Himalayan wilderness, encapsulating the benefits and hardships of high-altitude trekking in the Kanchenjunga region. It departs from Ramche, travels to the Oktang viewpoint, and returns to Tseram.

An overnight stay at Tseram.

Trek duration: 8-9 hours

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 13

You set off on an ascent through the magnificent wildness of the Kanchenjunga region, starting your journey from Tseram at 3870 meters to Sele La at 4290 meters. The trek from Tseram (3870m) to Sele La (4290m) typically takes around 3 to 5 hours to complete, depending on various factors such as your fitness level, acclimatization, pace, and trail conditions. Surrounded by towering peaks, the walk winds through alpine meadows and rocky roads. The air gets thinner as you ascend, and the scenery acquires a rough allure. Trekkers can enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains on the Sele La trip, and the high altitude setting adds an element of adventure to the experience. Every step you take on the ascent to Sele La gets you closer to the expansive views that lie beyond the pass, making the journey rewarding and demanding.

You set off on an ascent through the magnificent wildness of the Kanchenjunga region, starting your journey from Tseram at 3870 meters to Sele La at 4290 meters. Surrounded by towering peaks, the walk winds through alpine meadows and rocky roads. The air gets thinner as you ascend, and the scenery acquires a rough allure. Trekkers can enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains on the Sele La trip, and the high altitude setting adds an element of adventure to the experience. Every step you take on the ascent to Sele La gets you closer to the expansive views that lie beyond the pass, making the journey rewarding and demanding.

An overnight stay at Sele La.

Trek duration: 3-5 hours

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 14

A fascinating section of the Kanchenjunga climb descends from the high-altitude pass of Sele La at 4290 meters to the charming settlement of Ghunsa at 3475 meters. Typically, this trek can take around 4 to 6 hours to complete, depending on various factors such as your fitness level, pace, trail conditions, and weather. As you make your way down the trail, you’ll pass through rhododendron forests and alpine meadows, offering a gradual change from the hard, steep environment. The views of the surrounding hills eventually give way to verdant valleys and traditional Sherpa communities as you depart Sele La. Ascending provides you opportunity to observe the varied topography of the Kanchenjunga area, with every stride bringing you nearer to the hospitable community of Ghunsa.

At 3475 meters, Ghunsa is a quaint village tucked away in the mountains. Prayer flags and traditional stone homes dominate the village, showcasing the Sherpa community’s diverse cultural heritage. Trekkers can tour the village, engage with the residents, and take in the distinctive hospitality of the mountain communities once they arrive at Ghunsa. With a variety of amenities, including as teahouses and lodges, the settlement serves as a trekking hub for those traveling the Kanchenjunga circuit. In the center of the Eastern Himalayas, Ghunsa’s tranquil atmosphere, surrounded by lush hills and the sound of mountain streams, offers a pleasant break and an opportunity to experience local culture.

An overnight stay at Ghunsa.

Trek duration: 4-6 hours

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 15

Entering the Eastern Himalayas at a higher elevation, the walk from Ghunsa, which is at 3475 meters, to Kambachen, which is at 4050 meters, is an extension of the Kanchenjunga experience. The trek from Ghunsa (3475m) to Kambachen (4050m) typically takes around 4 to 6 hours to complete. The trail from Ghunsa climbs steadily, passing through verdant forests and mountainous scenery. The neighboring peaks come into greater view as you hike, providing a striking background for your adventure. Trekkers are accompanied by the sound of rushing water as they travel towards higher altitudes along the Ghunsa River trail. The traditional Sherpa settlements along the journey offer insights into the way of life in the area and demonstrate the vast cultural diversity of the area.

Reaching Kambachen, at an elevation of 4050 meters, is another noteworthy Kanchenjunga trek milestone. Trekkers will find themselves in a stunning setting as the settlement is tucked away in a valley encircled by towering peaks. An essential stop for acclimatization before traveling to even higher altitudes is Kambachen. The magnificent Jannu Peak and other snow-capped peaks can be seen from Kambachen. Trekkers can make the most of their day off to explore the area, socialize with other hikers, and take in the tranquil environment of this high-altitude community. In addition to showcasing the Kanchenjunga region’s natural splendor, the walk to Kambachen offers a chance for cultural immersion and acclimatization while you get ready for the obstacles that lie ahead.

An overnight stay at Kambachen.

Trek duration: 4-6 hours

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 16

Trekkers can experience an amazing journey into the heart of the Kanchenjunga region by trekking from Kambachen, which is located at 4050 meters, to Jannu Himal Base Camp, which is located at 4500 meters. The trek from Kambachen (4050m) to Janu Himal Base Camp (4500m) typically takes around 3 to 4 hours to complete. This walk gives trekkers the chance to see the magnificent Jannu Peak up close. The trail goes through alpine meadows and rocky terrain as it ascends from Kambachen, eventually providing sweeping vistas of the surrounding peaks. Excitement and expectation are created by Jannu Himal’s towering presence, which grows more and more overpowering. The Kanchenjunga Glacier’s lateral moraine is crossed by the path, which offers breathtaking views of the glacier and the surrounding rocky terrain.

Trekkers hoping for a close-up view of one of the most famous peaks in the Himalayas will have a bizarre experience when they arrive at Jannu Himal Base Camp, which is located at 4500 meters. The base camp offers an amazing view of Jannu Himal, sometimes referred to as Kumbhakarna. Trekkers will find themselves in a captivating location surrounded by a towering peak and a glacier. You can fully appreciate the unique beauty of this isolated region of the Eastern Himalayas and the majesty of Jannu Himal thanks to the peace and quiet of the base camp. The journey to Jannu Himal Base Camp provides hikers with unforgettable memories of this high-altitude experience and is a monument to the untamed charm and breathtaking scenery that characterize the Kanchenjunga region.

An overnight stay at Janu Himal Base Camp.

Trek duration: 3-4 hours

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 17

Trekking the thrilling stretch of the Kanchenjunga trail from Jannu Himal Base Camp at 4500 meters to Lhonak at 4815 meters immerses hikers in the Eastern Himalayas’ high-altitude environment. The trek from Janu Himal Base Camp (4500m) to Lhonak (4815m) typically takes around 3 to 4 hours to complete. After leaving the base camp, the trail winds over glacial and rocky moraines, giving hikers breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks, which include the towering Jannu Himal. The path follows the natural contours of the area, providing views of the untainted Kanchenjunga Glacier and the utter majesty of the surrounding mountains. The hike is made more exciting by the high altitude, as each step brings hikers closer to their goal of reaching Lhonak.

Reaching Lhonak, at 4815 meters, is a major milestone in the Kanchenjunga journey, providing hikers with a tactical starting point for additional exploration of the area. The village is surrounded by enormous glaciers and tall peaks in a secluded and natural environment. Before climbing to even higher altitudes, Lhonak is an essential stop for acclimatization, preparing hikers for the difficulties ahead. The calm and beautiful surroundings stand in sharp contrast to the untamed landscape. In the heart of the Eastern Himalayas, trekkers may enjoy the seclusion and unhindered views of the surrounding mountains, making for an immersive experience.

An overnight stay at Lhonak.

Trek duration: 3-4 hours

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 18

A difficult but worthwhile climb into the heart of the Kanchenjunga region, the trip from Lhonak, at 4815 meters, to Pang Pema, at 5150 meters, brings hikers closer to the foot of the magnificent Kanchenjunga. The trek from Lhonak (4815m) to Pang Pema (also known as Kanchenjunga North Base Camp) at 5150m typically takes around 3 to 4 hours to complete. Ascending through stony moraines and high-altitude scenery, the trail provides breath-taking vistas of the neighboring summits. Trekkers experience excitement and anticipation as they ascend higher because of the more untamed scenery and thinner air. Traveling to Pang Pema offers a singular viewpoint of the surrounding peaks including the world’s third-highest mountain, Kanchenjunga, demonstrating their imposing presence in the Eastern Himalayas.

Reaching Pang Pema, at 5,150 meters, is a significant accomplishment for hikers because it serves as the base camp for Kanchenjunga and provides an unmatched vista of the mountain range. Pang Pema has an unearthly atmosphere due to its vast expanses of moraines and glaciers dominating the landscape. Trekkers are surrounded by the dramatic and breathtaking scenery of the towering peaks of Kanchenjunga, Jannu Himal, and other neighboring summits. Before making the descent, trekkers can strategically relax, acclimate, and take in the unmatched beauty of the high-altitude surroundings at Pang Pema. This allows them to end this section of the Kanchenjunga walk with unforgettable experiences of a genuinely spectacular Himalayan expedition.

An overnight stay at Pang Pema.

Trek duration: 3-4 hours

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 19

Trekking across the rocky Himalayan surroundings to reach the panoramic viewpoint of Domo RI Peak at 4120 meters from the high-altitude refuge of Pema at 5150 meters promises to be an exciting experience. The trek from Pang Pema (5150m) to Dromo Ri Peak Viewpoint (4120m) and back to Lhonak (4815m) can take around 7 to 9 hours, depending on various factors such as your trekking pace, trail conditions, weather, and the amount of time spent at the viewpoint. The walk starts among the area’s massive peaks, where the air is thin and the stunning vistas serve as a monument to the mountains’ majesty. The trail meanders through alpine meadows and rocky terrain as you descend from Pema, providing views of the scenery’s magnificent lakes and glaciers. At 4120 meters, Domo RI Peak offers a captivating view of snow-covered peaks that appear to reach the sky. The hike to this vantage point is a visual feast that reveals the unadulterated beauty and tranquility of the high altitude wilderness.

The trail heads back to Lhonak’s 4815-meter mountain refuge after leaving the viewpoint. Trekkers can retrace their ways through a variety of sceneries on the way back to Lhonak, from the lower heights with sparse flora to the stony areas around Pema. Encircled by towering peaks, Lhonak offers tired hikers a peaceful haven where the clear mountain air and breathtaking views inspire amazement and admiration. Trekking from Pema to Domo RI Peak and back to Lhonak is an immersive experience that reveals the Himalayas’ unmatched grandeur and profoundly impacts those who enter this pristine Himalayan region. It is more than just a physical journey.

An overnight stay at Lhonak.

Trek duration: 7-9 hours

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 20

Trekkers travel through the heart of the Himalayas when they set out on the journey from the remote, high-altitude town of Lhonak (4815 meters) back to the bustling village of Ghunsa (3475 meters). The trek from Lhonak (4815m) back to Ghunsa (3475m) typically takes around 7 to 9 hours to complete. This estimate includes the time needed to descend the significant altitude difference, covering approximately 1340 meters in elevation loss.The stunning scenery surrounding Lhonak is left behind as one descends into Ghunsa, where a varied terrain is shown. Traversing alpine meadows, rocky roads, and dense rhododendron forests, the trail provides a striking contrast to the breathtaking scenery found at higher elevations. Trekkers following the path’s gentle incline, which progressively descends to lower levels, may get a sight of the region’s towering peaks.

The untamed mountainous environment gives way to Ghunsa’s verdant surroundings as the walk continues. The community, which is tucked away in a picturesque valley, welcomes visitors with its lively culture and traditional architecture. Trekkers can observe the dynamic changes in plant and fauna along the descent, which adds to the sensual experience that accompanies the visual feast of the mountainous vistas. With its quaint ambiance and amiable locals, Ghunsa emerges as a warm destination for trekkers seeking a respite and revitalization amid the enveloping Himalayan foothills. Trekking from Lhonak to Ghunsa offers a unique experience in the heart of Nepal’s magnificent mountains, capturing the region’s varied splendor.

An overnight stay at Ghunsa.

Trek duration: 7-9 hours

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 21

Trekking in the heart of the Himalayas, the walk from the energetic village of Ghunsa at 3475 meters to the peaceful town of Gyabla at 2725 meters is an unforgettable experience.  The trek from Ghunsa (3475m) to Gyabla (2725m) typically takes around 4 to 6 hours to complete. This estimate includes the time needed to descend in altitude, covering approximately 750 meters of elevation loss. Trekkers are treated to a lovely contrast to the upper heights as the trail descends through verdant forests and meandering trails, leaving behind the stunning scenery of Ghunsa. The journey is accompanied by the calming sounds of flowing streams as the elevation drops, creating a magnificent tapestry of pine and rhododendron forests. Prayer flags flutter in the mountain breeze as hikers come across traditional Sherpa communities along the trail, adding to the trek’s cultural charm.

Every step of the journey from Ghunsa to Gyabla offers stunning vistas of the surrounding peaks and valleys, producing a sight to behold. Nestled among verdant landscapes, Gyabla provides a peaceful haven with its hospitable attitude. The village offers an insight into the local way of life with its classic stone buildings and terraced fields. Trekkers can enjoy the peace and quiet of Gyabla while taking in the breathtaking Himalayan landscape; this portion of the route seamlessly combines natural beauty with a taste of local culture.

An overnight stay at Gyabla.

Trek duration: 4-6 hours

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 22

Trekkers can experience the breathtaking Himalayan scenery as they make their way from the quiet village of Gyabla, which is situated at 2725 meters, to the charming community of Amjilosa, which is situated at 2510 meters. The trek from Gyabla (2725m) to Amjilosa (2510m) typically takes around 3 to 5 hours to complete. This estimate includes the time needed to descend in altitude, covering approximately 215 meters of elevation loss. After leaving Gyabla, the trail descends through verdant meadows and forests, providing a tranquil and engrossing experience in the natural world. Trekkers will enjoy the tranquil sound of running water and sporadic views of the surrounding mountains as the path meanders along the banks of rivers.

Trekkers come across quaint towns and terraced fields along the way, which showcase the region’s diverse cultural heritage. Trekkers are welcomed to Amjilosa, which is tucked away in a lovely valley, with its traditional homes and friendly people. Trekkers may relax and take in the surrounding natural beauty of Amjilosa in a pleasant ambiance because to the village’s lower elevation and milder climate. In addition to being a physical adventure across a variety of environments, the walk from Gyabla to Amjilosa offers the chance to fully experience the peace and culture of the Himalayan foothills.

An overnight stay at Amjilosa.

Trek duration: 3-5 hours

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 23

The walk begins from Amjilosa, which is situated at 2510 meters, and descends gradually through the breathtaking scenery of eastern Nepal to the lower elevation of Ranipul, which is located at 1200 meters. Trekkers may fully appreciate the magnificence of the ever-changing terrain throughout the five to seven-hour hike. The trail offers many opportunity to take in the area’s natural beauties as it meanders through verdant forests, quaint villages, and along bubbling rivers. Hikers may hear a variety of bird noises as they descend, along with a change in vegetation from alpine to subtropical.

When they get in Ranipul, hikers typically take a well-earned break to relax and celebrate finishing their walk. A beautiful journey to Taplejung at 1450 meters awaits from Ranipul. It’s a pleasant trip, usually taking two to three hours, from the trekking trails to the lively town. Trekkers can enjoy beautiful views of the surrounding hills and valleys throughout the road trip, which acts as a contemplative break before reaching Taplejung. Trekkers can visit the local markets, engage with the hospitable locals, and experience the sense of accomplishment that comes with finishing an unforgettable journey in the Himalayan foothills in Taplejung, a crossroads of cultures and trade.

An overnight stay at Taplejung.

Trek duration: 6-7 hours

Drive duration: 1.5-2 hours

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 24

Traveling by vehicle from the vibrant town of Taplejung, which is located at an elevation of 1450 meters, to the tranquil Kanyam tea garden, which is located at 1394 meters, reveals an enchanting journey through the stunning scenery of eastern Nepal. Typically, the distance between Taplejung and Kanyam Tea Garden is approximately 60-70 kilometers, the trip usually lasts between 4 and 6 hours, covering about 120 kilometers with the scenic drive. The trip offers captivating vistas of verdant hills, quaint villages, and vast valleys as you drive through the twisting roads. The road drive transforms into a sensory experience as the vivid colors of the scenery create an enthralling backdrop and the scent of tea farms lingers in the air.

Reaching Kanyam, which is tucked away among the undulating hills, offers a peaceful escape. Kanyam’s tea estates are renowned for their verdant surroundings and tranquil atmosphere. While taking in the stunning views of the surrounding hills and learning about the tea-making process, visitors can take a leisurely stroll through the immaculate plantations. The trek from Taplejung to Kanyam is a beautiful blend of natural beauty and cultural charm, connecting two diverse landscapes while also providing a delightful transition from the frenetic energy of urban life to the serene serenity of the tea-covered slopes.

An overnight stay at Kanyam.

Drive duration: 4-6 minutes

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 25

Travel by plane and road to go from the low-lying town of Bhadrapur, which is at an elevation of 91 meters, to the bustling city of Kathmandu, which is at a height of 1400 meters. An internal flight from Bhadrapur Airport to Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport makes up the first part of the trip. Passengers can enjoy overhead views of Nepal’s many landscapes, such as the Himalayan foothills and the level Terai region, throughout the one to one and a half-hour journey.

After arriving in Kathmandu, visitors drive to the nation’s capital. Depending on traffic, the trip from the airport to the center of Kathmandu often takes between thirty and sixty minutes. The route meanders across the Kathmandu Valley, providing views of the surrounding hills, historical sites, and urban life. The bustling atmosphere and rich cultural diversity of Kathmandu signal the change from the calm of Bhadrapur to the bright energy of the capital. All in all, this voyage offers a thorough understanding of Nepal’s many landscapes by fusing the ease of flying with the natural splendor and cultural exploration provided by the road trip.

An overnight stay at Kathmandu.

Flight duration: 1-1.5 hours

Drive duration: 30 minutes

Accommodation: Hotel/Tea Houses/Lodges

Day 26

You have to check out at your regular time before 3 hours of your flight schedule. You are dropped off to the airport after successfully accomplishing the exciting and thrilling trekking trial in Nepal.

Drive duration: 30 minutes 

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What's Included

  • Transportation includes both grounded and aerial transportation including domestic airport transfers
  • Three nights’ accommodation with breakfast in a luxurious hotel in Kathmandu
  • Welcome and Farewell Dinner
  • Kathmandu city tour, including all entry fees, tour guide, and private transportation
  • Domestic airport transfers
  • Full board meals breakfast, lunch, and dinner with tea/coffee during the trek
  • Best available twin sharing lodge for accommodation
  • Snacks of seasonal fruits during the trek (optional)
  • Sightseeing tours in the areas covered by the trek.
  • One highly experienced, helpful, and friendly guide and an assistant guide. Porters (1 porter for two people) and their insurance, food, accommodation, salary, and equipment.
  • Round trip flight
  • Sleeping Bag, Down jacket and Duffle bag for porters
  • Trekking map and trip achievement certificate
  • First aid medical kit
  • Permit fee
  • Kanchenjunga Region entry permit
  • TIMS Fee- Trekkers’ Information Management System
  • All government taxes and office service charge

What's Excluded

  • Meals not specified in the inclusions
  • Hot shower and extra hot water
  • Personal equipment
  • Cold drinks and sweets like cholate bar and other snacks
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips for staffs
  • Battery charging above 3820m
  • No extra expenses from the company if there is an emergency or bad weather


What to Bring?

Kanchenjunga Region is considered to be the most thrilling and spectacular trekking region, well renowned all over the globe. This region’s trek starts from the easy level to elite level where you have to be equipped with all the necessary and appropriate gears and equipment to ensure your safety, comfort, and pleasure during your trek. When trekking in the Kanchenjunga region, you should bring the following items, among others:

  1. Trekking boots: As you reach to various landscapes including the rocky difficult trials in this region. Therefore, the sturdy trekking boots is required with an ankle support to make your trek safer and risk free.
  2. Hand Gloves: Another important trekking equipment is hand gloves. Basically, hand gloves is used to prevent your hands from frostbite and the possible numb situation due to snow.
  3. Hat: It is the equipment that is used to prevent yourself from severe coldness. Basically, hats that covers your ears are highly preferable in order to keep you warm.
  4. Backpack: A roomy backpack is necessary for you to carry the electronics equipment like mobile and camera with water bottle and other necessary personal equipment.
  5. Clothing: The weather in the Kanchenjunga Region is unpredictable. Thus, you have to be prepared for the sudden change in the weather. Thus, you have to take thermal undergarments, layered clothes and trekking trousers to make yourself cozy and warm. Fleece and down jacket with a scarf, hat and mittens are also very useful during this trek.
  6. Sleeping bag: In Kanchenjunga region, the weather might reach below zero. Thus, a quality sleeping bag is necessary which can keep you warm and safe during the trek.
  7. Trekking poles: While walking in the rocky and steep grounds, you have to be careful whereas trekking poles help your ankle and knees to prevent you from the possible mishaps.
  8. Headlamp: For Navigating early in the morning and evening time, you need the headlamps while moving though the lodge and tea houses in the lush forests.
  9. Sunglasses: UV protected and a quality Sunglasses is required to prevent yourself from the glare of the snow and intense mountain sunshine.
  10. Water container and purification tablets: The water during the trek is most essential. Healthy and pure water makes your trek full of energy whereas polluted water might hamper your health. Thus, water container and purification tablets are really necessary.
  11. First aid box: The first aid equipment like bandages, antiseptic cream, pain relievers, and altitude sickness medication is crucial. The trekking leader of the trek also carries first aid medical kit for your safety.

Access the Asia Treks offers its customers a thorough packing list, equipment rental choices, and guidance on the best supplies for their trekking requirements. In order to complete their trek to the Kanchenjunga region securely and comfortably, we want to make sure that our clients have all the required supplies.



  • Non-bio degradable materials are not allowed to dispose in the trekking route randomly.
  • Proper follow of the guidance provided by the leader/guide of the trek.
  • Alcoholic beverages and other intoxicating substances are highly discouraged.
  • There might be the chances of bad weather so be prepared for the inconvenience caused by the unpredictable weather.
  • Try to be mentally and physically prepared before this trek with few short hikes before this trek is highly recommended.




  • Passport
  • Few passport size photos for TIMS and other official documents
  • Personal trekking equipment
  • Snow goggles
  • Personal handbag and luggage
  • Snacks and sweets like chocolate bar (if required)
  • Warm clothes, down jacket and multilayered clothes
  • Trekking shoes
  • Some personal items and sunscreen/sun cream
  • Water bottle and hat




  • As different permits, flight tickets and other government official documents are necessary so payment is highly appreciable if done 30 days prior of the trekking start date.
  • Payments are supposed to be done 15 days prior to the trekking start date.
  • If cancellation is made 10 days before the trek start date, 50% of the total trek cost will be charged as the cancellation fees.
  • In case of restrictions imposed by the government, bad weather or the emergency situation, the company will not to be liable to any extra cost and will find the most feasible way to proceed the trek.


  • Greeting ‘Namaste’ (your palms held together) is the most respectful and attractive way to greet somebody and is practiced profoundly.
  • Accessibility of internet and phone calls can be made efficient using the mobile SIM Card provided by the company itself or you can buy easily in the local market. All you need is one passport sized photo and a photocopy of your physical passport in either case.
  • There are lots of major cultural heritage sites in Kathmandu along with the ancient monasteries and sculptures. Photos are not taken unless you have asked for the permission.
  • The nightlife in Kathmandu is mostly safe and concentrated in Thamel area, one of the busiest destinations for foreigners to hang out with varied options of bars, restaurants and other places to choose from. Somehow, other areas including small towns are closed before 10pm.
  • Nepalese people are friendly, truly kind and incredibly welcoming as there is a phrase in Nepali culture ‘Guests equal Gods’. Out of the blue moon, there are several chances of being cheated. Saying this, you are somehow prone to possible travel scams. Keep yourself and your belongings safe, if you are travelling solo. It is highly recommended to have one experienced guide, taking safety into consideration.


Trekking to Kanchenjunga Base Camp gives a once-in-a-lifetime experience in some of the most spectacular scenery on earth. Immersion in the unspoiled splendor of the Himalayas is possible through trekking to the base camp of Mount Kanchenjunga, the third-highest peak in the world. You will travel through a variety of environments, from verdant forests brimming with vibrant rhododendrons to untamed mountain passes and enormous glaciers. Together with meeting hospitable locals and seeing historic Buddhist monasteries, the journey offers an opportunity to immerse oneself in the rich cultural legacy of the area.

A sense of achievement and personal development are also provided by the Kanchenjunga Base Camp trip, which allows you to overcome difficult terrain and arrive at high-altitude locations. This trip gives you the opportunity to experience peace and quiet amid the splendor of nature, far from the throngs of more well-traveled hiking paths. Experienced trekkers looking for excitement or nature lovers longing for a real Himalayan adventure can both find something special in the Kanchenjunga Base Camp trip. It offers breathtaking scenery, cross-cultural interactions, and self-enlightening experiences.

As with any other high-altitude journey in the Himalayas, there is a danger of altitude sickness on the Kanchenjunga Base Camp walk. When going to high heights too quickly, altitude sickness, sometimes referred to as acute mountain sickness (AMS), can happen. Symptoms include headache, nausea, dizziness, and exhaustion. The journey to Kanchenjunga Base Camp entails climbing significantly; hikers may reach elevations of more than 5,000 meters (16,404 feet), which is lower in oxygen. As a result, it’s critical to acclimate appropriately by going up gradually and giving your body time to become used to the higher elevation.

In order to lessen the possibility of altitude sickness while trekking to Kanchenjunga Base Camp, there are a few easy steps you may take. While trekking, stay hydrated by drinking lots of water, abstaining from alcohol and smoke, and move at a slow, steady pace. Furthermore, pay attention to any altitude sickness symptoms and heed to your body. It’s critical to quickly descend to a lower altitude and, if required, seek medical assistance if you encounter severe symptoms. Altitude sickness can be reduced with careful planning and precautions, enabling you to safely take in the breath-taking scenery and one-of-a-kind experiences of the Kanchenjunga Base Camp trip.

Kanchenjunga Base Camp, also called Pangpema or North Base Camp, is located approximately 5,160 meters (16,929 feet) above sea level. Cradled in the gorgeous Himalayas, this high-altitude resort offers trekkers breath-taking vistas of Mount Kanchenjunga and its surrounding peaks. Because of the thin air and reduced oxygen levels at this elevation, some people find it difficult to acclimate. Adventurers who reach this height, nevertheless, are rewarded with a sense of accomplishment and the chance to take in the splendor of one of the tallest mountain ranges in the world.

It is obvious that trekkers wishing to reach Kanchenjunga Base Camp need to obtain a unique trekking permit from the Nepali authorities. Permits are also required for sites that are restricted along the trekking path. These licenses are necessary for controlling tourism in the area as well as for guaranteeing public safety, environmental preservation, and the welfare of nearby residents. By limiting the number of hikers in the area, the special permits help protect the Kanchenjunga region’s fragile ecosystems and rich cultural legacy. In addition, getting a permit gives hikers the legal right to travel and the assurance that they have complied with all requirements and made a positive contribution to the sustainable maintenance of the trekking route. The permits are managed by Access the Asia Treks for your convenience.

The climb to Kanchenjunga Base Camp is regarded as difficult because of its isolated location, high elevation, and rough terrain. Walking over steep and rocky trails for extended periods of time each day is a requirement of this expedition. Hikers will come across a variety of challenges, including stretches with loose gravel, limited trails, and river crossings. Furthermore, as you ascend, the altitude progressively rises, which may exacerbate breathing difficulties and raise the possibility of altitude sickness. The demands of this trek require physical and mental fitness, and in order to lower the risk of altitude-related ailments, appropriate acclimatization to higher altitudes is important.

The trek to Kanchenjunga Base Camp also needs to be well planned and prepared for. Trekkers need to be outfitted with appropriate trekking gear, warm clothing, and strong hiking boots. It’s important to pack appropriately because the weather can be unexpected and temperatures can drop dramatically at higher heights. Hiring a knowledgeable guide and porter can also significantly improve the hiking experience by helping with navigation, carrying bulky items, and guaranteeing route safety. The Kanchenjunga Base Camp trek, although difficult, provides incredible benefits to hikers, such as breathtaking views of the mountains, distinctive cultural encounters, and a deep sense of achievement.

The spring (March to May) and fall (September to November) trekking seasons are the greatest times to visit Kanchenjunga Base Camp. The best weather is experienced throughout these months, with clear skies, comfortable temperatures, and little precipitation. The pathways are ablaze with brilliant rhododendron blooms in the spring, which infuse the verdant surroundings with color. Furthermore, there is a lot of wildlife activity at this time of year, making it possible to see uncommon species like the Himalayan monal and red panda. Likewise, fall provides consistent weather and great visibility, which makes it perfect for taking wide-angle pictures of the majestic Himalayan peaks.

Although the best seasons to trek to Kanchenjunga Base Camp are in the spring and fall, you should always be ready for a variety of weather situations, such as chilly temperatures and sporadic showers. Trekkers should also take into account elements like crowding and trail accessibility, as popular routes could be busier at the busiest times of the year. For most trekkers, the spring and autumn seasons offer the optimum combination of pleasant temperatures, breathtaking landscapes, and easy trekking conditions, making them the ideal periods to start the Kanchenjunga Base Camp trip.

It is feasible to trek alone to Kanchenjunga Base Camp, but careful planning is required. Get the required licenses from the local government first, and make sure you have the right hiking equipment, such as strong hiking boots, warm clothes, and a dependable backpack. Start your adventure from towns like Taplejung or Suketar in Nepal, then follow the well-marked paths that wind through verdant forests, charming towns, and untamed landscapes. Acclimate yourself appropriately and be ready for fluctuations in altitude throughout the trip. There are lodging choices including camping and teahouses. Maintain an adequate stock of food, water, and first aid supplies. Honor the fauna and customs of the area, and keep safety first at all times. However, it is advisable for you to get associated with a reputed trekking company this particular trek.

The following items are essential for the Kanchenjunga Base Camp trek: trekking poles for stability, water purification tablets or a filter, high-energy snacks, a map and compass or GPS device, personal toiletries, sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, gloves, warm clothing layers (including a waterproof jacket and pants), a comfortable backpack, a sleeping bag appropriate for cold weather, a first aid kit, and sunscreen. Along the trip, don’t forget to bring a camera to record the breathtaking surroundings and don’t forget to bring any vital paperwork like permits, identity, and insurance information if you are travelling independently.


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