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Kanchanjunga Trekking

Kanchanjunga trekking lies in the lap of great Kanchanjunga massif in the eastern end of Nepal sharing the border with India. Kanchanjunga (8586m) is the third highest peak in the world after Mt. Everest & K2. Kanchanjunga means ‘the five treasures of snows’ in Nepali is very beautiful Mountain. In fact there are total of five peaks standing one after another with almost similar height but called the same name Mt. Kanchanjunga. The government of Nepal has declared the region as Kanchanjunga conservation area as an efforts to preserve the bio-diversity of the pristine region which is home to the Red Panda and many other snow animals.

Trekking in Kanchanjunga region is a great reward for anyone who loves to travel remote and unexplored area in search of natural beauty. This region is home to the ethnic Limbus and Rai people of Nepal. The people are very rich in cultural & ritual as well as very friendly and cooperative. Trekking through the region is a bit difficult, while modern facilities are very limit and day to day belongings should supply by the human solder. In the recent days very basic tea-house stalls are available in the walking trail focusing to the foreign trekkers.

-- Trip Facts ---

Activities:

Trekking

Grade:

Moderate

Start/End:

Suketar

Style:

Tea-house/ Cottage/ Camping

Duration:

20 days

Seasons:

Mar- Jun, Sep- Dec.

Altitude:

4,620 m.

Destination:

Kanchanjunga south

 

Itinerary in Detail

 

Day 01: Arrival at TIA Kathmadu & transfer to Hotel, short briefing about program, O/N hotel

Day 02: Trek preparation day or leisure in Kathmandu, O/N hotel

Day 03: Fly to southern city of Biratnagar, transfer to hotel, O/N hotel

Day 04: Fly to Suketar and commence trekking & overnight at Tembewa

y 05: Tembewa trek to Keswa / Kande Bhanjyang,

Day 06: Keswa / Kande Bhanjyang trek to Mamankhe,

Day 07: Mamankhe trek to Yampudin

Day 08: Yampudin trek to Amji khola

Day 09: Amji khola trek to Tseram

Day 10: Tseram trek to Ramche

Day 11: Ramche to day exploration to Yalung glacier than back to Tseram for overnight

Day 12: Tseram back to Amji khola

Day 13: Amji khola back to Yampudin

pudin back to Phumphe

Day 15: Phumphe back to Kunjari

Day 16: Kunjari back to Suketar, O/N lodge

Day 17: Day rest at Suketar, also spare day incase of flight cancellation due to weather

Day 18: Suketar fly to Biratnagar & catch a flight to Kathmandu, O/N hotel

ay 19: Leisure day in Kathmandu after a long journey or personal activities, farewell Nepali dinner in the evening, O/N hotel

Day 20: Preparation for final departure, transfer to airport for final departure, fly home.

 

 

Price:- The trip cost may vary depending on the group size, duration of the trip and standard of services required. In order to quote you the price, please contact us with your detail to obtain reasonable quotation.

Cost Include

  • All airport transfer & land transport as per itinerary
  • Standard accommodation in Kathmandu on twin sharing BB plan
  • Flight ticket for (KTM-BIR-KTM & BIR-SUK-BIR) with airport tax
  • An experience team leader & sufficient porters
  • All expenses of crew staffs including trekking gears & their insurance
  • All necessary permits, conservation entry fee and TIMS
  • Fooding (3 meals a day) and accommodation Camp or Local tea-houses or as per availability during the trekking
  • Pack or dry food if necessary
  • All applicable taxes and chanres
  • Farewell Nepali dinner
  • Reconfirmation of your flight

Cost Exclude

  • Your international airfare and taxes
  • Single supplement charges if required
  • Meals other than mention
  • Your entire insurance (must)
  • Nepal entry Visa fee
  • Cold drinks, liquors, laundries, telephone calls, bottled water etc.
  • Personal trekking gears and other necessary items
  • Extra program other than mention itinerary
  • Any extra expenses incurred due to unforeseen causes beyond our control, such as emergency evacuation, landslide, lost of baggage, flight cancellation, illness, read blockade etc.
  • Personal expenses and tip to the staffs
  • Any other expenses not mention above as included in price.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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