Trip Duration
19 Days
Start/End Point
Kathmandu/Kathmandu
Maximum Altitude
5160m
Trip Difficulty
Moderate to Hard
Activity
Trekking
Best Season
Oct -Dec & March-May
Per Person US$ 3900 US$ 3500
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Per Person US$ 3900 US$ 3500
  • No hidden charges
  • 100% Secure online booking
  • Daily private trip departure

Overview of Kanchenjunga Trek

Kanchenjunga trek offers you to observe the local Sherpa culture along with the beauty of the Himalayas. Kanchenjunga base camp can be done by the basic lodge or tent accommodation.

As it lies inside the Kanchenjunga Conservation area you need to get an entry permit which will be provided by the company.

The trek lasts for 19 days but can be made flexible according to the needs and desires of our clients and visitors.

Trekking in the Kanchenjunga conservation area offers you the chance to observe local and traditional farming in Nepal. Mainly cardamom and apple farming can be seen in the area.

On the way, you will be able to walk through the bird-filled jungles and rhododendron forest. Not only the Himalayas the scenic beauty of the trail to Kanchenjunga base camp is also mind-blowing.

The fast-flowing, cold water river, ponds, and waterfalls can be seen abundantly during the trek. You will also be able to see subtropical vegetation and alpine vegetation of the Himalayan region of the lower Himalayas and the upper Himalayas respectively. The oak and rhododendron forests made the trek more lively and enjoyable.

Our Kanchenjunga trek will take you to the Eastern region of Nepal simply untouched and unspoiled by Western tourism. This trek offers you the most scenic spot leading you through some of the offbeat routes of Kanchenjunga Conservation Area.

The third highest peak in the world, Kanchenjunga is regarded as the home of Gods by the locals. The extraordinary mountain scenery, exotic fauna and flora, rich biodiversity, and unique ancient culture are some of the rewards you will obtain via our Kanchenjunga trek.

Our 19-day adventure to Kanchenjunga begins as we take a domestic flight to Biratnagar situated at the southeastern border of Terai. We will then take another flight to Suketar from where your actual hike begins.

The trail will then slowly advance through the forest hills to the high mountain terrain leading you to the Kanchenjunga conservation area. You will pass several pristine villages of Mitlung, Chirwa, Sukethum, Amjilosa, Gyabla, Ghunsa, Kambachen, and Lhonak to the northern base camp of Pangpema or Kanchenjunga. After spending some time in the base camp, you will descend the trail through similar paths you have taken at the beginning of this trek.

These villages are inhabited by the Limbu, Rai, Tamang, Brahmin, and Chhetri tribes. The higher regions are sparsely populated by the Sherpa people influenced by Tibetan culture. Therefore providing you an ample opportunity to learn about the diverse culture of the region.

In short, our Kanchenjunga trek is a simple yet thrilling journey that will take you away from the major tourist routes. It will give you a glimpse of real and ancient Nepal you have never imagined.

Highlights of Kanchenjunga Trek

  • An opportunity to trek in a wild atmosphere over the off-beaten tracks very little frequented
  • Nights at high altitude to enjoy the varied landscape of the very high mountains
  • A chance to approach the Tibetan art of life which remained intact to date
  • Enjoy the exceptional views of the gigantic Himalayas including Kanchenjunga, Kumbhakarna mountain, Kabru Himal, and Rathong Himal among many others
  • An opportunity to hike through the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area Project and the possibility of encountering some of the endangered species including snow leopard, brown bear, grey wolf, etc.
  • An opportunity to discover the unique lifestyles of the various ethnic groups residing in this area.

Kanchenjunga Trek Itinerary

Today, we will take an early morning domestic flight from Kathmandu to Biratnagar, a small town located at the Nepal-India border. The brief flight of 30 minutes will suddenly transfer you to the hot climatic zone of the Terai plains. As you land at the airport, our representative will meet you and take you to the hotel in Biratnagar.

The rest of the afternoon you can spend on your own. You can take a tour of this colorful vibrant city mostly influenced by the Indian culture.

Flight 30 min
Accommodation Hotel
Meals B L D
Altitude 80m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

In the early morning after breakfast, we will take another domestic flight from Biratnagar to Suketar airport. From the Suketar airport, we will officially begin our Kanchenjunga trek.

Our trek today mostly involves a downhill hike through the cultivated fields of rice, and wheat. We will also cross some green pastures and cross a small river named Hangdewa.

We will arrive at a small village named Asahangpati where we will take a brief stopover. We will then follow the path along the coast of Tamor Khola. We will then traverse through a bird-filled forest and arrive at Chhetri village. A short downhill hike will then take us to the Mitlung village where we will stay for the night.

Flight 2 hrs 15 min flight& 4-5 hrs walk
Accommodation Lodge
Meals B L D
Altitude 850m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

After breakfast, we will resume our trek to arrive at Chirwa village our overnight destination. We will be crossing the suspension bridge and climbing the densely forested path. The route passes through the village of Sinwa- a small settlement of Limbu and Tamang tribes.

We will then walk downhill to reach Tawa village. From here, our trek involves ascending through the terraced farmlands, and mountainous ridges. We will now come across a suspension bridge over the Thiwa River. We will then pass a small wooden bridge which will take us to Chirwa.

It is a small traditional village of Rai, Limbu, and Tamang people. We will stay at one of the guesthouses of the village and enjoy the hospitality of the locals.

Walking 5-6 hrs walk
Accommodation Lodge
Meals B L D
Altitude 1,190m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

After nourishing breakfast in Chirwa, we will now start hiking along the Ghunsa River and Tamor River to reach Sekathum. We will walk past the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area checkpoint, have our permits checked, and trek along the wealthy cardamom fields.

We will journey across numerous villages including Taplethok, Temewa, and Lelep. We will then cross the Simbu River followed by a steep and narrow trail that will lead us to Sekathum where we will rest for the night.

Walking 5-6 hrs walk
Accommodation Lodge
Meals B L D
Altitude 1640m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

After leaving Sekathum, we will mostly encounter an uphill trek that follows the Ghunsa Khola toward the North. We will reach the small village of Ghaiyabari, at 2150 meters. We will then pass through Jongim and Solima walking along the trail of Chanjalung Danda. We will eventually arrive at Amjilosa where we will spend the night.

Walking 6-7 hrs walk
Accommodation Lodge
Meals B L D
Altitude 2,490m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

Today our trail is pleasant passing through the sparsely forested area of the Kanchenjunga area. We will hike to Thanyani and then walk through the dense forests of rhododendrons, bamboo, brown oaks, and birch.

Along the route, we can also witness rapid waterfalls and some summer pastures. After a stiff uphill hike, we will arrive at Gybala where we will enjoy the warm reception of the legendary Sherpa people and stay in one of their guest houses.

Walking 6-7 hrs walk
Accommodation Lodge
Meals B L D
Altitude 2,730m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

After leaving Gyabala, we will head towards the East and hike for a few hours to reach the village of Phale. This small village is well known for its handmade crafts such as Tibetan rugs and carpets. We will then travel via the hemlock and bamboo forest which slowly transforms into alpine HImalayn fir.

We will hike along the Lumba Sumba Pass elevated at 5160 m. We will now reach the valley which widens to cultivated fields and larch forest. The trail is now easy, eventually, we will arrive at Ghunsa standing elegant with its small wooden houses.

We will spend the night in one of its cozy wooden guest houses.

Walking 5-6 hrs walk
Accommodation Lodge
Meals B L D
Altitude 3,430m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

A rest day above 3000 m is a must for continuing along the high-altitude trekking like in the Kanchenjunga region. Therefore, we will not only rest but will ascend and descend for at least 4 hours so our body is well adjusted to the thin air of higher elevations.

We will explore the beautiful village of Ghunsa, visit its ancient monasteries, and chat with locals, and share some delicacies. We will also take a small tour of its hydroelectric project we will then return to our lodging for a rest overnight.

Accommodation Lodge
Meals B LD

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

After breakfast and a rest day, we will now begin our journey passing through the dense forest of pines and rhododendrons. We will eventually arrive at Rambuk Kharka from where we can admire the splendid views of Mount Jannu (7711 m), Phole Peak (6645 m), Sobi Thongje (6652 m), and Ghabur Peak (6044 m).

A few more hours of steep ascending and we are at the village of Kambachen. The village is home to several small stone houses and tea houses where we will rest overnight. Lammergeyers, eagles, kites, falcons, and choughs are the common sightings in the sky of Kambachen.

Helicopter 5-6 hrs walk
Accommodation Lodge
Meals B L D
Altitude 4150m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

Our trek today is going to be quite challenging as we will make our way to the village of Lhonak. Leaving Kambachen, we will climb north through the open rocky fields. We will shortly reach Ramtang at 4240 m which contains some pastoral huts, rocky river banks, and glaciers.

We will take a short break here and then resume our hiking along the northwestern moraines of the Kanchenjunga glacier. We are at Lhonak which is a sandy flat terrain with very little water. Therefore, there are no houses here so we will set up a camp among the large rocks to spend the night.

The deserted land offers some magnanimous views of Wedge Peak 6802m, Nepal Peak 7177m, Mera Peak 6364m, etc.

Walking 6-7 hrs
Accommodation Camp
Meals B L D
Altitude 4,790m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

Leaving Lhonak, we will gradually ascend across the plain. The path slowly becomes steeper as it follows the moraine. If you find it hard to cross the moraine, you can follow the valley floor so you can avoid hiking along the steep sections.

Kanchenjunga hides till we arrive at Pang Pema or the North Base Camp of Kanchenjunga. The base camp offers a tremendous view of the northern face of the massive mountain of Kanchenjunga. We will set up the camp here and spend the night in the lap of the third-highest mountain in the world.

Walking 6-7 hrs walk
Accommodation Camp
Meals B L D
Altitude 5,160m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

We will begin our morning with a hot cup of tea with the majestic views of Kanchenjunga in front. We will then have a hot delicious breakfast in the camp and set out to feast on the incredible views of Langpo Glacier and Drohma Ri. There are also mountain glacier gorges consisting of flowing clear water all the time. We will spend one more night in this unbelievable terrain under the roof of Kanchenjunga.

Accommodation Camp
Meals B L D

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

It’s now time to retrace our steps back to the modernity that we have avoided for almost 10 days. The path onwards is going to be fairly easy as we will be involved in a downhill hike most of the time. Still, you need to be careful for we need to deal with some loose rocks and sandy terrain.

We will make our way back through Lhonak and Ramtang Monastery. Here we will rest for a while and cross the bridge to walk along the trail that will take us to Kambachen.

Walking 6-7 hrs walk
Accommodation Lodge
Meals B L D
Altitude 4150m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

After breakfast, we will leave Kambachen and trek downhill to reach the village of Lakep. We will then cross the Ghunsa River via a suspension bridge. Here in Ghunsa, we will stop for lunch and take a small tour of Tashi Choding Gumba.

We will resume our hike through the thin pastures, following the course of raging rivers and wooded areas. After about an hour, we will arrive at Phale which consists of a few tea houses made from wood. We will spend the night in one of these warm tea houses.

Walking 5 hrs walk
Accommodation Lodge
Meals B L D
Altitude 3,140m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

After a nourishing breakfast, we will head through the trail of rhododendron, conifer, oak, and birch. We will cross several tributaries and after a two short ascend, we will be at Gyabala. Here we will stop for lunch, we will now walk through a dense bamboo forest.

If lucky enough, we may come across the black bear as well. We will now walk on the narrow path following numerous ups and downs ultimately leading us to Amjilosa. We will stay at one of the basic lodges available in the village.

Walking 6-7 hrs walk
Accommodation Lodge
Meals B L D
Altitude 2140m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

We will walk on the trail that follows the banks of the Ghunsa River enjoying the spectacular views of Kumbhakarna and Kanchenjunga mountain. We will then descend for a while and reach Sekathum.

The route from here now follows the trail along the amazing Tamur Khola. After descending for a while, the Simbuwa Khola will greet us. We will cross this river over a suspension bridge and walk for a few hours more to reach Chirwa. We will rest for the night in this small village.

Walking 6-7 hrs walk
Accommodation Lodge
Meals B L D
Altitude 1190m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

After leaving Chirwa, we will walk on the path along the cliff with numerous honeycombs hanging in their shade. We will cross Lelep and take the trail on the right. After about an hour, a flat path with paddy fields and similar cardamom farmlands welcome us.

We will now exit the Kangchenjunga Conservation Area and reach Thewa after about half an hour’s hike. We will ascend to a ridge and descend to Tawa Khola. We will again go for an uphill trek over a ridge and pass the hamlet of Malbanse. After a few hours, we will arrive at Linkhim where we will spend the night.

Walking 6-7 hrs walk
Accommodation Lodge
Meals B L D
Altitude 1,520m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

Our trail today constitutes several ups and downs which will take us to the Suketar airstrip. After having a fulfilling breakfast at Linkhim, we will now trek along the trail that winds in and out of canyons. We will cross the Limbu village and reach Phurumbu.

From here, we will climb a ridge that overlooks the huge landslide area. A few hours climb and we will be at Jogidanda. We will take some rest and enjoy the scenic view of the vast landscape.

We will now resume our uphill climb through the Bung Kulung and Bhote Gaon villages and finally arrive at Suketar where we will rest for the evening.

Walking 6-7 hrs walk
Accommodation Lodge
Meals B L D
Altitude 2419m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

An early morning breakfast and we will fly to Biratnagar, a colorful vibrant town of the Terai. From the Biratnagar airport, we will take an onward domestic flight to the capital.

From the Kathmandu airport, we will drive you to your hotel where you can rest in your comfortable room. In the evening, you can stroll around the narrow streets of the city and enjoy its beautiful chaotic life.

Flight 30 min
Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast
Altitude 80m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

Route Map

Kanchenjunga Trek Map

Includes/Excludes

What's Included

  • All ground and air transportation throughout the trek.
  • Best available accommodation and full board meals throughout the trek.
  • One highly experienced, helpful and friendly guide, porters (1 porter for 2 people) and their food, accommodation, salary, equipment, and accidental insurance for all staff
  • TIMS Fee- Trekkers’ Information Management System (Please bring 2 passport size photos for permit)
  • All national park and conservation areas permit fee.
  • Government taxes & office service charge

What's Excluded

  • Meals not quantified in the ‘Meal Inclusions’ in the itinerary’
  • Travel insurance
  • International airfare
  • Nepal entry visa charge.
  • All beverage and others personal expenses.
  • Snacks and other personal expenses
  •  Hot shower during the trek

Kanchenjunga Trek - Essential Information

Furthermore, The national bird of Nepal, Lophophorus can also be found in the area. The Kanchenjunga conservation region is also home to certain animals like the red panda, snow leopard, clouded leopard, and some species of Himalayan bear. Ghunse Khola, Aimbuwa Khola, Tamewa Khola, Ghunse Khola, and their suspension bridges add more beauty to this amazing trek along with cardamom farming and natural beehives. The Sherpa village of Amjilosa also provides you with a view of a small valley which is a special scene of natural beauty. Due to the scattered habitat and rough terrain of the area, it is counted as a challenging experience among the great Himalayan trails.

Trek to Kanchenjunga base camp trekking starts from the day after you arrive in Kathmandu. Firstly, we will fly to Biratnagar and then again to Suketar. Suketar is our trekking beginning point. After We Initialize our trek we will pass through the Chirwa, Amjilosa, Gyabla, and Ghunsa and take acclimatisation day in Ghunsa. It will take 2 more days to reach Kanchenjunga base camp. After exploration and rest, we will descend to Suketar through the villages and forests of Khambechan, Phale, Chiruwa, and Likhim. Kanchenjunga trek ends at suketar.

Life Himalaya Trekking has been performing the Kanchenjunga trek for a very long time. Kanchenjunga trek is considered as one of the off-beaten trails in the Himalayas of Nepal. Our company with the help of our local, experienced, and skilled guides and porters can make the trek exciting and praise-worthy. Our team will do whatever we can to make your trek the best.

Best season

The best season that we recommend for our Kanchenjunga trek is autumn from September to November and spring from March to May.

The post-monsoon period of autumn offers the most perfect views of the giant Himalayas with the blue sky in the morning. The landscapes are often clean with the heavy rain of monsoon and there is still time for the first snows in the region.

The wildlife of the Kanchenjunga area becomes active in their habitat allowing you more chances to witness them in their natural habitat. In addition, the stable weather condition with the average temperature ranging from 4 to 15 degrees Celsius provides a comfortable atmosphere for long hours of walk.

Spring is another favorable time as the winter snow begins to melt uncovering the rich green vegetation and forests along the trail. The crimson rhododendron and multicolored wildflowers are another attraction of the pre-monsoon period of spring.

In the monsoon months from June to August, clouds appear very quickly hiding the massive summits from our eyes. The leeches that often love the herd can be another problem you have to tackle when trekking in summer/monsoon. The landslides often occur in the rocky and sandy terrain of the Kanchenjunga region. So we don’t advise you to trek in Kanchenjunga these months.

The winter months of December, January, and February on the other hand are the coldest in Kanchenjunga. The heavily covered snowy trail and cold temperature cause the teahouse and lodge owners to close their accommodation during winter. But they will open their lodgings on request. If you don’t mind cold, with some winter shoes, crampons, warm clothing, and gaiters, you can do the winter trek in Kanchenjunga.

Difficulty

The Kanchenjunga trek is ranked as one of the most challenging treks of Nepal. The trek itself doesn’t need any technical knowledge but the mountainous terrain, rocky trails, and the higher altitude make this trip a bit difficult.

The highest elevation you will attain in this trek is when you reach the northern base camp of Kanchenjunga at more than 5000 m above sea level. In addition, traversing through some local villages of Ghunsa and Kambachen will lead you to more than 3000 m elevation. You would walk for 6 to 8 hours each day of the trek spending nights in the higher elevations. therefore, you should be physically fit recommending you to engage in sports practice before joining this trek.

Following the instructions of your guide, and some basic knowledge of using essential gear such as crampons and gaitor are key to the accomplishment of this trek.

In addition, a strong mindset to overcome the difficulties that are unforeseen in nature is also needed. You should be prepared to accommodate in basic lodging where the availability of amenities that you are used to at home may not be accessible. However, nature in its intact state, completely unmarred by development is your reward.

Altitude Sickness

Often when you exceed 2500 m altitude, you may be affected by the symptoms of altitude sickness also known as acute mountain sickness. On the Kanchenjunga trek, you begin your journey from the plain of Kathmandu at about 1400 m. Then, gradually each day, you will gain altitude which will reach more than 5000 m when you reach the Pang Pema Base Camp.

In order for you to adapt to greater heights, we have planned scheduled acclimatization days during the entire trek. You will sleep at lodges and camps of higher elevations. These measures will assist you in overcoming the probability of altitude sickness.

Still, some trekkers may be affected by the symptoms due to rapid ascension, alcohol intake, smoking, and dehydration. If you have unusual fatigue, weakness, headaches, insomnia, nausea, or vomiting, do not hesitate to tell your guide.

The best treatment for altitude sickness is rapid descent to lower elevation and consuming the best local remedy of garlic soup. You can also take a pill of Diamox for quick relief from the symptoms.

Remember, you should progress gradually, avoid alcohol intake, and drink enough water to properly hydrate your body.

What to expect in this trek?

As you begin your unforgettable journey with the Kanchenjunga trek in Nepal, prepare to be amazed. Observe the authentic Nepal you have never ever experienced in any other trek. You will begin your trek from the Kathmandu plains and after a couple of days, you will enter terraced farmlands, cardamom plantations, and scattered small villages.

Along the trek, you can notice the lifestyle of the local people of Rai, Limbu, Tamang, and Sherpa tribes. You can see farmers working, plowing their land, and some herding their livestock.

You will then enter the unpopulated lands with dense forests of rhododendron, conifer, pine, oak, and birch. You will find very few human settlements here but the forest energizes with the rare wildlife of the Kanchenjunga area. With your luck, you may come across the Impedance Pheasant, Redbilled Blue Magpie, Shy Dragon, Black Bear of the Himalayas, musk deer, and the rare snow leopard and red panda.

You will then suddenly enter the alpine region with a few seasonal kharkas or herds or shepherds. As you approach the 5000 m elevation, you will reach a much more humanized village with few lodges and tea houses.

The landscape possesses the greatest specularity here and you will be continuously watched by the famous Jannu peak. As you reach the foot of the five treasures of the great snows, you will have an up-close view of Mera Peak, Nepal Peak, Langpo Glacier, and Drohma Ri. The mountains you have hardly heard of, right?

We will then return through the similar impressive valleys, and cross the raging rivers of Tamor and Ghunsa, walking sometimes on an uphill trail and sometimes on a downhill route.

In short, the Kanchenjunga trek is not just a trekking tour. It is a search for motivation, answers, and eternal truth. It is an attempt to touch the peaks so sublime that they exclude the very fact of human life next to them. Maybe there you will understand why the Himalayas are considered sacred. You go to places where only gods can live.

Accommodation, Food, and Transportation

Our company is aware of your need for calm, comfort, and safety. Therefore, we will take care of all your accommodation, food, and transportation requirements during the entire Kanchenjunga trek.

When you commence the trek, you will travel to Biratnagar and Suketar on a small domestic flight from Kathmandu. In Biratnagar, you will stay in a comfortable 3-star category hotel with modern amenities. Breakfast will be provided with a range of options but the lunch and dinner are at your expense.

With the beginning of the trek, you will stay in the best available lodges or guest houses when you stay in the remote Sherpa, Limbu, and Rai Villages of the Kanchenjunga region. The lodges may be rustic with few facilities such as a bed, mattress, blanket, and some furniture.

But trust us, the local people here will welcome you with their warm hearts. Their friendliness and hospitality will touch your soul and make you forget about the worldly inconvenience.

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be provided along the trekking trail and in guesthouses where you spend the night. The food variation may be limited as you gain altitude but the food will be freshly cooked and nutritious necessary to maintain the long walking hours.

For breakfast, you can have bread, chapati, egg, or pancake. For lunch and dinner, rice lentils, and vegetable is the better option. You can also go for Thukpa, Momo, Tsampa, etc according to the lodge menu. The lodge also provides tea, coffee, beer, Tongba, and butter tea excluded from our package.

As we set up the tented camp in Lhonak, and Kanchenjunga Base Camp, our cook and field staff will prepare a hot delightful meal from fresh produce.

When we return to Kathmandu, we will again take a brief flight to Kathmandu from Suketar and Biratnagar. We will then conclude our service by transferring you to your hotel in Kathmandu.

Required Equipments for the Trip

Different types of equipments are required to fully enjoy your trip in Nepal. The required equipment may depend on the trip type, weather conditions, season and the maximum altitude of the trip.

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Kanchenjunga Trek - FAQs

Can I trek Kanchenjunga South Base Camp?

Yes, you can trek to the south base camp as well and it is less challenging than the north base camp trek of Kanchenjunga. The views are also incredible here with the spectacle of Kanchenjunga, Jannu, and Makalu. You can complete this trek in 15 to 20 days.

Can I make both the north and south base camp trek of Kanchenjunga?

Yes, if you are physically fit and have some previous knowledge of trekking to high-altitude zones, you can easily complete this trek. The trek will be quite difficult compared to only the south base camp or north base camp trek. You will cross some high altitude Passes such as Lapsang La Pass (5,160m) and Mirgin La Pass (4,663m).

In addition, it will take more days up to 24 days.

Can the Kanchenjunga trek be more luxurious?

Yes, if you wish to travel to the foot of Kanchenjunga in luxury and style, then you can opt for a helicopter ride to Taplejung. It will be quite an expensive option a price ranging between USD 300 per person but it may vary.

Do I need insurance for the Kanchenjunga trek?

Yes, it is high-altitude trekking therefore posing risks of unpredictable weather conditions, altitude sickness, injuries, and any other unforeseen events. Therefore, you should have proper travel insurance that can financially support you for incidents occurring at more than 5000 m elevation.

Is this trek can be tailor-made?

Yes, we can personalize this trek for you according to your time, availability, budget, and preference.

Is a hot shower available during this trek?

Yes, a hot shower is available in lodges where you will stay for the night at an additional price.

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