Kanchenjunga I 8598m is the 3rd highest peak in the world located in Eastern Nepal on the boarder in Sikkim is considered as one of the most beautiful mountain massifs in the world. Kanchenjunga Base Camp trek is remote, wild and full of adventure as it is surrounded by a spectacular National Park characterized by exceptional natural and cultural diversity. We follow trails through Abundant rhododendron and bamboo forests, dramatic mountain panorama, communities with ancient history. We get chance to discover the unique local culture and lifestyle of the Rai and Limbu people. Kanchenjunga Conservation Area is another attraction of this trek where we will find rare and unique flora and fauna including rhododendrons, orchids, snow leopard, Asiatic black bear, red panda etc . The trek will take us across terraced hills towards the peaks of Jannu, Khabru and Kumbakarna with Kanchanjunga and Rathong towering above. This is one of the best treks in eastern Nepal.
3 Hours Before Flight Time
You are welcome to Himalayan country Nepal . The Kathmandu city capital of Nepal. We meet our guests at the Tribhuvan International Airport. A representative will be waiting with placard with our guests’ names displayed. The Bulkventure staff , dropping your Hotel . checked in hotel you will have trekking brief preparing for trekking permit and Trekking needs . In the evening, guests are invited to a Welcome Dinner at a Nepali culture restaurant. Overnight at Hotel.
Note : Luxury Hotel not include The Trekking package.
After breakfast start your city sight seen Inside Kathmandu Valley (Temple of city ) historical monuments,(world Heritage Site ) Hindu Temples, and Buddhist Stupas/Monasteries, sightseeing. Sightseeing may include the Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupati, Boudhanath, , and the Swoyambhunath areas. sightseeing Starting usually at 8:30am, the exploration of Kathmandu Valley can continue until 4.00pm. Lunch you will have one the way to city sightseeing overnight at Hotel .
Note : Entrance fee (Lunch/Dinner ) is not include The Trekking package In Kathmandu valley .
After breakfast and an early flight, we meet our Sherpa at Suketar and afterward trek down to the town of Asahangpati and on to the Tamor Khola. This significant waterway, and its tributaries, carts the waters away every one of the mountains toward the north to the Ganges. Most towns are arranged on high delicate inclines above soak sided valleys where horticulture is conceivable. We finish it upstream winged creature filled backwoods, to the Chhetri town of Mitlung. Medium-term at Mitlung.
The present trail goes through thick fixes of sub-tropical rainforest and pursues the valley, from town to tributary intersections and up once more. The locale is home to ethnic Kirantis, presently known as Limbus, who are essentially engaged with conventional horticulture. Past Sinwa, the valley limits and the trail picks its way over avalanches to Tawa. There are numerous apiaries in this locale. Chirwa is a superb bunch town set among stones: the campground is alongside a stream past the town. Medium-term at Chirwa.
Presently the valley widens and the scene changes unobtrusively. Cross the Sisuwa Khola and keep on tapethok; the passageway and checkpoint to the Kangchenjunga Conservation Area. Affluent cardamom homesteads encompass the town. Pursue the trail to an extension over the Tamewa Khola and Tamewa and keep on hellok. (Between these towns, a scaffold drives west to the peak town of Lelep: home office of the KCA venture.) Beyond Hellok, a suspension extension crosses the Simbuwa Khola: the stream that ascents from the Yalung Glacier on Kangchenjunga’s south face. The following extension crosses the Ghunsa Khola that ascents from Kangchenjunga’s north face ice sheet. This is at its conversion with the Tamur Khola just underneath the town of Sekathum. Bulkventure The principal perspectives on Khumbakarna (Jannu) might be seen. Medium-term at Sekathum.
After breakfast, we pursue the trail along the north bank of the Ghunsa Khola which is set in a precarious sided and limited valley. It goes through oak and rhododendron woods with bamboo undergrowth just as little Sherpa settlements, primarily tending yaks: there is as yet proof of broad backwoods consuming for cut and-consume horticulture. After lunch, there is a precarious move up to the little and benevolent Tibetan settlement of Amjilosa, set on a little level kharka with extraordinary perspectives down the valley. Medium-term at Amjilosa. Trekking in Nepal Bulkventure adventure .
This is a genuinely brief day. The trail paves the way to a level edge and afterward wanders through backwoods of bamboo, rhododendron, birch and dark colored oaks. It passes cascades and a couple of dispersed summer pastures. In the long run it arrives at an enormous arrangement of rapids, after which a hardened trip paves the way to the Sherpa town of Gyabla. The slants around the town have been exposed for fields, yet the woods stays flawless on the contrary side of the valley. Medium-term at Gyabla. Trekking to kanchenjunga Base Camp Bulkventure .
The present trail goes through hemlock and bamboo timberland as it drops steeply into a gorge before leveling out. The backwoods slowly changes to high Himalayan fir and rhododendron as the way ascends towards the enormous summer yak fields and potato fields around the town of Phale (3,140m/10,302ft). There is a wooden Gompa with a few statues and old thangkas, brought initially from Tibet. enjoy with merit view .
Past Phale, the valley extends and the trail improves as it goes through larch woodlands and developed fields. It at that point plunges down to cross the Ghunsa Khola and enter Ghunsa. This is the biggest town in the district and is currently involved consistently: swelling in numbers as yaks and goats are raised (and past) to pasture throughout the late spring months.
Ghunsa is an appealing Tibetan town with estates dispersed in wood-encased fields. Soak forested slants and practically sheer shake faces structure the valley sides with snow-clad pinnacles transcending 1,000m above.
Visit the religious community (having a place with the Khampa Dzong cloisters of Tibet) on the edge of the town. Search for privately made Tibetan rugs. Consider multi day climb up the Yamatari Khola, along the Lapsang La trail, to a lake at the terminal moraine of the Yamatari icy mass. Then again pursue the trail along the pipe line of the hydro electric plant towards the Tamo La: on the trail to Kangchenjunga’s south base camp. Bharal might be seen touching over the town.merit canchanjanga is Great Himalayn Trail Nepal
The trail drives north of Ghunsa through radiant larch and juniper timberlands on the east bank of the Ghunsa Khola. Subsequent to intersection a sandy, rock strewn floodplain it traverses a dilapidated, wood and stone extension before moving over the west bank to Rambuk Kharka (3,720m/12,205ft). The slopes become progressively desolate as the trail ascends past a high cascade and shake falls along a restricted trail. Further on it crosses a huge, sandy avalanche before climbing all the more steeply while passing the great nose of the Khumbakarna (Jannu) Glacier on the contrary side of the valley. It at that point drops quickly into Kambachen. From here there are extraordinary perspectives on a few pinnacles including Jannu (7,710m/25,295ft). Lammergeyers, hawks, kites, birds of prey and choughs are ordinarily observed. Medium-term at Kambachen. Bulkventure People .
The scene turns out to be progressively forsaken; fashioned over ages by cold ice. The way isn’t strenuous however for a period arranges the stony stream bed before arriving at summer-peaceful cottages at Ramtang (4,370m/14,338ft). Past is the nose of the Kangchenjunga Glacier which has been joined by the Ramtang Glacier. Higher up, the stony way moves over the moraine and drops to the riverbed of the Ghunsa Khola as it leaves the Lhonak Glacier toward the north. Passage the waterway or cross on a low insecure extension to the mid year touching kharkas at Lhonak, arranged well over the primary ice sheet. There are three little structures and some old stone dividers among rocks that can help with tent-cover from the frigid breezes. Ice pinnacles ascend every which way with the 1½km edge of Chang Himal (Wedge Peak) as focal point. Tent Peak is unmistakable on the eastern skyline toward the finish of the obvious icy mass. Medium-term at Lhonak.
From Lhonak the Kangchenjunga Glacier streams eastwards for a few kilometers before going south to ascend to its broad head on the northern slants of Kangchenjunga. The way pursues the lip of the icy mass over short grasses or rough tracks that undulate with the territory. Ache Pema lies inverse the leader of the ice sheet and from here offers the main full perspective on the immense north face of the mountain. Medium-term at Pang Pema.
The perspectives from Pang Pema must position among the most awesome on the planet. From Kangchenjunga, a solid mass of pinnacles, no place under 6,100m/20,000ft structures the outskirt with Sikkim and toward the north, Tibet. Past the campground the West Langpo Glacier streams into the Kangchenjunga Glacier. A troublesome course north leads over the Jonsang La into Tibet. Climb the lower slants of Drohma Ri (5,500m/18,045ft) behind the camp for better perspectives on the mountain – at dawn. Stroll along the Langpo moraine to Corner Camp for better perspectives on Pyramid Peak, et al. Medium-term at Pang Pema.
The arrival venture from Pang Pema to Lhonak will be genuinely moderate, however past that the course is practically all declining and in this way Kambachen can without much of a stretch be come to in multi day. There are incredible perspectives to appreciate. Medium-term at Kambachen.
Remember the way down to Ghunsa, for lunch. Pay special mind to fowls in the woodland. Cross the waterway underneath the town and proceed with downstream close to the Ghunsa Khola, through woods and farmland, to the Tibetan summer brushing town of Phale. Visit the wooden gompa. Medium-term at Phale.
The trail, through woods of rhododendron, conifer, birch and oak, proceeds down the valley, dropping to cross various tributaries to the remainder of the Tibetan towns at Gyabla. It at that point undulates on down to Amjilosa. Medium-term at Amjilosa
After the cascade past the town, the way starts to plunge reasonably steeply to Sekathum: at the conversion of the Ghunsa and Tamur Kholas. The way at that point pursues the western bank of the Tamur Khola and before long traverses the Simbuwa Khola that streams in from the Yarlung Glacier. An evening’s walk prompts the riverside campground a ¼hrs stroll before the group town of Chirwa. Medium-term at Chirwa.
From Chirwa, leave the stream trail and pursue the trail that moves over the east bank of the Tamor Khola to the villa at Thiwa (a leave point from the KCA). It at that point moves high over the places of Tawa, over an edge before dropping into a side gully to cross the Tawa Khola before moving back to the edge. It at that point goes over the village of Malbanse before coming to Linkhim. Medium-term at Linkhim.
From Linkhim, the trail twists all through side gorge to the Limbu town to Phurumbu and an edge sitting above a huge avalanche before Jogidanda. A last 3-4 hrs move, through the Sherpa towns of Bung Kulung and Bhote Gaon prompts the airstrip at Suketar. Celebrate with a goodbye supper before bidding farewell to your trekking team. Medium-term at Suketar.
After breakfast, board an early morning flight to Biratnagar and later an onward flight to Kathmandu from where you will be driven to your hotel. check in Hotel then you will have free time we will do shopping or some side trip to kathmandu valley evening join for culture Dinner over Night at kathmandu Hotel.
Today This is your final Departure for own your Destination , we check the list of all necessary documents and goods of our guest. We confirm the flight tickets before 12 hours of departure flight. We advise our guest to put passport and tickets at their handbag for convenience. Bulkventure staff representative will take our valuable guests to the airport (3 hours brfore to your flight) and bid goodbye. It will be not only goodbye, but also the welcome for next visit to Nepal. You are The part of boss of our Travel Company we will looking forward to Good Recommendations , Bulkventure family we wise Have safe and Wonderful Journey own your Destination . “ Good Bye” Namaste .