Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek

USD 3,555
  • Activities
    Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek
  • Max Elevation
    5388m.at Pangpema
  • Trip Duration
    27 Days
  • Trip Grade
    Moderate to Adventurous
  • Lodging
    Eco Lodging + Camping
  • Meals
    Full Board during Trek and BB Plan on Cities
  • Transportation
    Private vehicle & flight
  • Communication
    Yes
  • Group Size
    Minimim 2 Pax
  • Best Season
    Autumn and Spring
  • Per Day Walk
    Approx. 7- 8 Hours

Trip Highlight of Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek :

  • Enjoy circuit trek around world’s third-highest Mt. Kanchenjunga 8586m
  • Explore magnificent panorama of a high chain of mountain
  • Walk through the low flat land to high alpine valleys, dense rhododendron forests, pine forests in the isolated areas
  • Enjoy a Scenic flight of Kathmandu – Biratnagar – Kathmandu
  • Choose between homestay/Camping/Tea House Lodge for accommodation during trekking depending upon the choice of trekker. 

Trip Introduction :

Kanchenjunga is situated at a far Eastern Himalayan range of Nepal, bordering with Nepal – India border. Likewise, Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek in Nepal has Mt. Kanchenjunga 8586m is a world’s third-highest mountain in the world.

Journey to entire circuit of Mt Kanchenjunga, a challenging trek takes longer in duration, offering a splendid panorama of the Himalayan range, lush terraces, sub-tropical forests of Rhododendron, Oaks, Pine, and chestnut, charming villages into the remote and isolated corner of Nepal. Highlights of Trek include beginning from very low altitude and climb up to above 5000m elevation from sea level.

Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek in Nepal with Nepal Guide Treks and Expedition begins with a flight from Kathmandu to Biratnagar – an industrial town. Then we take a full day drive towards mid hills at Taplejung. The trail follows isolated farmlands, traditional cultural villages seldom frequented by trekkers, the walk at first passes the mid-hills of Kirat, Hindus tribe people and then heading higher settlement of Sherpa and Bhotias tribes from the Tibetan Buddhism culture and religion.

Then trekking towards the windswept rugged Arctic terrains with amazing views of the magnificent towering peaks of Mt Kanchenjunga massif under a clear crystal blue sky, NGT adventure to Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek, leads to the highest camp at Pangpema viewpoint 5388m with ample time to hike and explore around before heading back.

We reach to Mt. Kanchenjunga South Base Camp and North Base Camp within this single trip of Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek. The return journey is made by an alternative route till the path joins at Suketar in Taplejung for the last overnight of this fabulous journey. After an adventure of a lifetime in the worlds third highest Mt.Kanchenjunga, fly back to Kathmandu via Biratnagar with mesmerizing glories memory with Nepal Guide Treks & Expeditions.
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  • Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu [1345m/4411ft] and Transfer to Hotel

    Our airport arrival and departure representative will be at Tribhuvan International Airport on your arrival schedule. You will be transferred to the hotel and our staff will help you until check-in procedure ends at Hotel. Either you can have rest at Hotel or visit NGT’s office. In the evening, join our welcome dinner program organized by Nepal Guide Treks and Expedition Team. 

    Accommodation: Hotel/Resort
    Meals: BB Plan + Welcome Dinner.

  • Day 02: Sightseeing at Kathmandu
    Note: It is not possible to visit all world heritage sites in Kathmandu within a day. So you can choose at least 3-4 places for day sightseeing.

    Accommodation: Hotel/Resort
    Meals: BB Plan

  • Day 03: Fly to Biratnagar & Drive to Taplejung [1442m/4729ft] [45 Min Flight & 5-6 hrs Drive]
    After breakfast, we will take a scenic flight from Kathmandu to the airstrip of Biratnagar that takes approximately about 45 minutes. After landing we will take a drive from Biratnagar to reach Taplejung – the starting point of the trek.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner] 

  • Day 04: Trek from Taplejung to Mitlung [920m/3017ft] [5-6 hrs Trek]
    The first day of our adventurous trekking starts from Taplejung. It is an easy and short walking day. We will gradually descend to arrive near the Tamur river. We will continue to follow the trail towards a small farming village of Mitlung which is surrounded by paddy.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner] 

  • Day 05: Trek from Mitlung to Chiruwa [1270m/4165ft] [4-5 hrs Trek]
    Leaving Mitlung, we will follow the trail that climbs for a while before descending to the beautiful village of Sinwa. Sinwa is a small village with a school. The children of the school are always happy to meet visitors. We will trek passing through Tawa and then make an ascent before crossing a suspension bridge at Thiwa. With great views of surrounding valleys, we will arrive at Chiruwa for our overnight camping.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 06: Trek from Chiruwa Trek to Sekathum [1576m/5169ft] [5-6 hrs Trek]
    We will start to follow the trail that is an uphill climb for about thirty minutes. As we continue to trek forward, the valley becomes broader. We will gradually descend down to the meadows where we will make a stop for registration at the park office. From there we will cross the river and continue trekking in a flat trail before dropping down to cross Tamur river. From there a short trek leads us to Sekathum.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 07: Trek from Sekathum to Amjilosa [2308m/7570ft] [5-6 hrs Trek]
    Today’s trek is comparatively tough as we follow the trail that becomes extremely narrow and slippery. We will make a steep uphill climb and then descend down before crossing a wooden bridge and continue our climbing trek until we arrive at Solima. From there, our trail descends down to the river bed and cross the river once more before ascending over zigzag hilly trails to reach Amjilosa where there are couple Tibetan lodges situated on the hillside and above the gorge.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 08: Trek from Amjilosa to Gyabla [2730m/8954ft] [6-7 hrs Trek]
    Leaving Amjilosa we will trek through dense forest filled with rhododendron, oak and bamboo trees. In a short time, we will arrive at a small stone house beside the river. We will continue to climb uphill towards a small Tibetan settlement of Gyabla.  The atmosphere at Gyabla is a typical alpine region atmosphere with cooler air and rather thin vegetation.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 09: Trek from Gyabla to Ghumsa [3550m/11644ft] [5-6 hrs Trek]
    We will gently descend and drop down to the bottom of the river bed. From there we will walk along the pine forest and soon the valley widens as we approach a large Yak herder settlement at Phole. From there it takes approximately two hours of trekking to reach the Sherpa village of Ghumsa. We can take a walk up to a small hydro-electricity power plant which plays a significant role in sustaining the livelihood of the local people at Ghumsa.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 10: Rest day at Ghumsa
    Acclimatization is very important to avoid mental and physical sickness. Hence, today we will rest at Ghumsa for acclimatization and exploration. The best route for acclimatization goes through forest areas and heads up towards Lapsan La at 4200 meters. At Ghumsa, it is possible to make a phone call back home or send some postcards to our family and friends.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 11: Trek from Ghumsa to Khambachen [4050m/13284ft] [5-6 hrs Trek]
    Leaving Ghumsa we will follow the trail that goes along the east bank of the river. We will cross a bridge at Rampuk Kharka and continue our trek that passes through a sacred waterfall before crossing a large landslide affected areas. There is always a danger of stone falls in the landslide affected areas, so we need to cross this area as quickly as we can. The first view of Jannu can be seen from above the ridge. After a long day of trekking, we will arrive at Khambachen.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 12: Trek from Khambachen to Lhonak [4780m/15678ft] [6-7 hrs Trek]
    Now our trail goes along the north bank of the river. Our trail can be very slippery and icy, carefully moving our steps one at a time we will cross a bridge and then make a climb to reach the grazing grounds of Ramtang. From there we will pass through the village of Ghunsa and continue to follow the trail that becomes narrow and loose before descending down to the river and head to Lhonak.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 13: Hike to the Pangpema viewpoint [5388m/17672] and back to Lhonak [3-4 hrs Trek]
    Today we will take a hike up to Pangpema at 5388 meters. We follow the trail that goes along the edge of the glacier, some rocky sections, narrow landslide areas towards Pangpema. Pangpema is a flat and grassy base camp with few porter huts. From the top, we will have stunning views of beautiful valleys and high mountains like Kanchenjunga’s North Face, Chang  Himal, Kirat Chuli and other surrounding peaks. We will retrace our steps back to reach back to Lhonak.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 14: Trek back from Lhonak to Ghumsa [4-5 hrs Trek]
    Leaving Lhonak, we will descend down the valley to reach Ramtang. Along the route, we will have the opportunity to spot blue sheep trying to find food on steep mountainsides. We will continue our trekking until we reach Ghumsa.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 15: Trek from Ghumsa to Sele La base camp [4200m/13776ft] [5-6 hrs Trek]
    We will follow the trail that passes through villages and the hydroelectricity plant before making an ascent into the dense forest filled with rhododendron and juniper. We continue our trek with a steep ascent and emerge on top of a ridge. We will follow the trail that goes along the south side of the ridge. From there we make will trek until we reach Sele Le.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 16: Trek to Cheram [3870m] [3-4 hrs Trek]
    We start our trek with a climb up towards a ridge from where we can get magnificent views of the east face of Makalu and south side of Jannu. We head towards the crossing of Mirgin La Pass at 4480 meters and then descend before climbing again towards Sinelapche La at 4730 meters. From the top, we will make a steep descent to reach Cheram.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 17: Trek from Cheram to Ramche [4580m/15022ft] [5-6 hrs Trek]
    Leaving Cheram we will trek through alpine meadows and follow the lateral moraine of Yalung Glacier that eventually leads to Ramche after few hours of trekking. From here the views of surrounding mountains is an unforgettable experience as the evening sunlight spreads at the high snow-capped mountains.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 18: Trek to Yalung base camp [4500m/15022ft] & back to Cheram [4-5 hrs Trek]
    From Ramche we will trek towards Yalung base camp which can be reached without ropes and climbing equipment. After a short excursion at the base camp, we will retrace our steps and follow the same trail back to Cheram.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 19: Trek from Cheram to Tortong [2995m/982360ft] [5-6 hrs Trek]
    From Cheram we will gently descend down the valley passing through forest areas and continue trekking on the trail that goes along the Simbuwa river to arrive at Tortong. Tortong is situated beside the banks of Simbuwa river with three teahouses and offers good camping sites for adventure-seeking trekkers.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 20: Trek from Tortong to Yamphudin [2080m/6822ft] [5-6 hrs Trek]
    Leaving Tortong we will cross the bridge over the Simbuwa Khola and then follow the trail that goes along the left bank of the gorge before ascending above the valley towards Lasiya Bhanjyang. From the top, we will descent down to arrive at the river. We will cross across the river and continue further trekking into a beautiful Sherpa village of Yamphudin.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 21: Trek from Yamphudin to Mamangkhe [1785m/5855ft] [5-6 hrs Trek]
    Today we will descend to the west side of Kabeli Khola while trekking through less dense forest. We will climb a switchback towards a ridge where there are chortens and prayer flags. We will continue to ascend across the Kabeli Khola to reach the village of Mamangkhe. The village is largely inhabited by Limbu tribe community.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 22: Trek from Mamangkhe to Ksesuwa [2120m/6953ft] [5-6 hrs Trek]
    The first part of the trek from Mamangkhe is an ascent through rice terraced fields into a side cannon. From there we will cross the suspension bridge and head towards the village of Phonpe. Here onwards it is an easy downhill trekking through several waterfalls and small streams all the way to Ksesuwa village which is inhabited by Limbu and Gurung tribe communities.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 23: Trek from Ksesuwa to Lalikharka [2265m/7429ft] [5-6 hrs Trek]
    From Ksesuwa we will follow the trail that has several ascents and descents. We will pass through the villages of Kunjari and Bhanjyang with magnificent views of Kanchenjunga and Kyabru. We will enter into the Kabeli Khola valley and from there climb through dense forest filled with rhododendron trees to reach Lali Kharka.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 24: Trek from Lalikharka to Taplejung [4-5 hrs Trek]
    Today is the last day of our trek. Leaving Lalikharka we will trek through rich pastures and wonderful settlements. After several ups and downs, we will arrive at Taplejung for our overnight stay.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 25: Drive back to Biratnagar
    After breakfast, we will take a drive from Taplejung and head towards Biratnagar. Along the drive route, we can see the activities of local people for daily survival while we drive through several villages and towns. After arriving at Biratnagar we can relax and celebrate the completion of the wonderful Kanchenjunga circuit trek.

    Accommodation: Tea House Lodge
    Meals: All Meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 26: Fly to Kathmandu
    Today we will take a sweeping flight from Biratnagar back to Kathmandu. We will have a final meal together in the evening.

    Accommodation: Hotel/Resort
    Meals: BB Plan + Farewell Dinner

  • Day 27: International Departure as per flight schedule

    Our Airport representative will drop you at the Airport as per your flight schedule. 

What's included?
  • Airport Arrival and departure transfer by private vehicle
  • 3 nights stay in Kathmandu with BB Plan
  • Sightseeing tour in Kathmandu including Private Vehicle, Tour Guide, and entry permit fees
  • Kathmandu – Biratnagar – Kathmandu flight
  • All land transportation by private vehicle as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All meals [B/F, Lunch & Dinner] During Trekking period
  • Tea House accommodation at available places – during the trek
  • Camping accommodation at the places where tea houses are not available – during the trek
  • All necessary trekking permits
  • Highly experienced Trekking guide
  • Required Number of Porters
  • Staffs food, clothing, salary & Insurance.
  • General First aid Kids
  • All tax, vats and necessary paperwork
What's not included?
  • Personal nature expenses
  • Bar bill and all kind of drinks
  • Rescue & Evacuation
  • Gratitude (tip) for staff

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Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek Difficulty
Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek is another enchanting trekking destination of the Everest Region. It is also the most famous trekking in Nepal. The third highest mountain peak of the world is itself one of the beautiful things to look at. Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek is one of the restricted areas trekking in Nepal.

Kanchenjunga Circuit Trekking is remote and is not as popular as Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Base Camp. Very few people go for this trekking. You wouldn’t call this trekking a difficult trek. The trails are straight forward. Only, this trekking is unexplored and unspoilt. Everything looks so fresh and pristine. This journey is fully exotic.

The major factor of the Kanchenjunga difficulty is the altitude. The High Altitude Sickness is most common at such heights. Besides that, unpredictable weather, snowy trails, remote landscapes, and high mountain passes make this journey comparatively difficult. Moreover, the length of the trip also can pose some difficulty. Overall, this is a moderate and physically demanding trek. We suggest anyone undertaking this adventure to be well acknowledged with the trails, climate, and climbing preparations. Basically, it is a tea-house trek.

Best Season for Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek
Trekking and Hiking are the most popular leisure activities around the world. They can be great pursuit of happiness if they are secured and successful. Therefore, before undertaking these activities we must be very clear about when to go.

Hiking in Nepal can be done throughout the year. Autumn and spring are the best seasons to go on trekking in Nepal. Every season has something distinct. Autumn season lasts for September to November and Spring Season lasts for March to May. To visit almost all regions of Nepal these two seasons are ideal.

During Spring Season Nepal experiences moderate climate. The hills will be veiled with the blossoms of Rhododendron, orchid etc. Autumn Season is the loveliest season in Nepal. The temperature is warm even at the Mountains. The days will be clear which affords the best mountain views. These two seasons are perfect for every part of the country.

Winter season (December to January) is little colder at the Himalayas. The precipitation will be at the form snowfall. However, the days are still warmer with plenty of sunshine. The rainfall is occasional. If you like to travel in peaceful trails and can cope up with extreme cold weather, you can choose winter season.

Nepal experiences summer monsoon. We don’t recommend Summer Season (June to August) to you. However, this season can be the best time to visit the rain shadow areas like Mustang and Manang.

Preparation for Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek
Work one after proper planning and much preparation never fails. Trekking and Hiking is also such a event which requires a lot of preparations. These pursuits require a good level of physical fitness. Not only good physique helps you out, but also a mental strength is vital. If you have undertaken some smaller hikes earlier, trekking will be much easier for you. You need to be familiar with trekking and climbing gears. Besides that you need to be aware of basic climbing and mountaineering skills also depending upon the difficulty level. Cardio, yoga, jogging, running, swimming, etc. helps you to build up your physics. Stress Endurance Practice helps you to build up your mental capacity. Similarly, have plenty of hygienic foods including protein, carbohydrates and minerals. Here are some tips for preparing for any trekking/Climbing or Hiking in Nepal:

  • Go for a run or hike to hills where you have to do ascents and descents.
  • Once a week, do a long walk.
  • Swim and cycle.
  • You can also go up and down the stairs of a tall building.
  • Eat healthy food.
  • Keep on doing yoga. If you can, do more yoga related to breathing.

Altitude Sickness
Altitude Sickness is also known as Acute Mountain Sickness. It is a medical condition when our body could not adjust to the environment due to the low level of oxygen in the air. At high altitude, the level of the oxygen in the air is thin due to which our body can not adjust easily to the environment. Normally, it is more common above 2500 meter above the symptoms.

Common Symptoms: Headache, Nausea, Dizziness, Vomiting, Fatigue, Loss of Appetite, Trouble Sleeping etc.

Types of Altitude Sickness:

a. Acute Mountain Sickness: It is very common at high altitude and can cause vomiting, dizziness, nausea etc. overall, it is the mildest form of altitude sickness.

b. High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE): It is a very dangerous and life threatening conditions because fluid is built up in the lungs.

c. High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE): It is the most severe stage of Altitude Sickness because fluid is built up in the brain. It is life threatening one. The victim will be unable to walk, breathe and ultimately in Coma.

Treatment:
If you realize any other symptoms associated with Altitude Sickness other than Headache, just change your elevation. If the symptoms are severe, you need immediate medical attention. You need to consult with a physician. The best treatment of Altitude Sickness is to climb down as low as possible. If you are at a very high altitude, just climb below 4000m. If you have High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE) , you might need a steroid called Dexamethasone. If you have High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE), you will need supplemental oxygen and other medications.

Prevention:
The best way to prevent Altitude Sickness is to have a lot of Acclimatization. That simply means climb high and sleep low. Here are some of the basic guidelines for preventing Altitude Sickness.

  • Do not climb hurriedly. Keep your pace steady.
  • Do have a lot of acclimatization.
  • Do not drink alcohol or do not smoke.
  • Drink plenty of fresh water.
  • Eat plenty of hygienic foods.
  • Use Diamox Pills 24 hrs prior to the climb.

Trekking Gears for Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek
For the safe, secure, and successful trekking experience, we need some gears and instruments. We also may require some technical trekking instruments depending upon the difficulty grade. Here we are going to discuss briefly about trekking gears and instruments for Nepal.

Packing: Duffle Bag (It is useful if you hire a porter, It must be waterproof, durable, and lockable), Rucksack Bag with Waterproof Cover (It is useful if you travel independently), Daypack

Clothing: Hiking Boots, Socks, Gloves, Hat, Scarf, Shell Pants, Light Weight Walking Pants, Fleece Jacket, Waterproof Jacket, Thermal Vest, T-shirts, Hiking Shorts etc.

Sleeping: Sleeping Bag, Pillow Case, and other Sleeping Accessories

Other Accessories: Trekking Poles, Water filters, Harness, Mosquito Repellent, Towel, and other luxury items.

Ten Essentials for Trekking
a. Navigation (Map/ Compass)
b. Sun Protection (Sunglass/Sun Screen)
c. Insulation( Extra Clothing)
d. Illumination (Headlamp/ Flashlight)
e. First Aid Supplies
f. Fire (Waterproof Matches/lighter/ Candle)
g. Repair Kits and tools
h. Nutrition (Extra Food)
i. Emergency Shelter (Tent/ Plastic Tube Tent/ Garbage supplies)
j. Extra Clothes

Meals
Most of the classic trekking destinations in Nepal have developed the basic infrastructures for tourism industry. There won’t be problem for your meal. In Kathamndu, Pokhara, Chitwan, and other major cities you will have a varieties of dishes including Indian, Continental, Chinese, Italian and other. Whereas, at remote areas where there are no or few tea house are located, our crew will prepare meal for you. There won’t be much varieties since the will have to carry the entire camping and kitchen instrument with themselves which is practically very difficult. But we strive hard to provide healthy food with added delicacy.
Our trekking packages include Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.

Accommodation
We offer you a three star accommodation while in Kathmandu. We will be staying at the available lodge or teahouse on the trek. Some of the trekking regions have adequate teahouse whereas some are very remote and we shall depend on Camping. You have to be ready to spend night under the tent for some days in some places. Otherwise, we shall provide you a comfortable stay at hotels with en suite bathroom and hot showers. The rooms will be single or twin sharing as per the availability.

Is Nepal Safe for Trekking?
No doubt, Nepal is safe. In fact, it is safer than any other countries of the world. Nepal is a country full of diversities. Nepali people are hospitable, kind, and cultured. Nepali people are also religious and spiritual by nature. Therefore, they understand the language of love and kindness better than other. For them, service to human is service to the God.

Tourism is the main stay of the Nepalese economy. Trekking is the best thing to do in Nepal. Nepal has so many trekking destinations which offer you the best memories of your life. But the trails in many different parts of Nepal are yet to be discovered. High Altitude, unpredictable weather conditions, strenuous trails, are not easy to handle. Snow storm and snow blast are the other challenges that may disturb you otherwise Trekking in Nepal is full of Surprises. It is a museum full of social, cultural, and natural riches.

As far as your safety concerned, Nepal is safe for trekking and hiking. The existing trekking trails are upgraded and they have become populous. The 10 years long armed revolution has also come to an end with peaceful politics. Along with the formulation of her new constitution, the socio economic development of Nepal has started to speed up. No more procession, rallies, strikes will disturb you.

On the other hand, the scars of devastating earthquake (2015 AD) are also being healed up along with the completion of reconstruction. You shouldn’t bother about your safety and security in Nepal. It is our responsibility to satisfy you. Putting Visit Nepal -2020 into considerations, Nepal has been working out day and night to make her safe, secure and worth visiting country in the globe.

Don’t let the opportunity go, come and visit Nepal in 2020.

Tips for Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek

  • Try not alone; always hire a professional local trekking Guide
  • Learn safety rules
  • Acclimatize and Acclimatize
  • Choose the right trail for your fitness
  • Carry local currency
  • Pace yourself, don’t travel under pressure
  • Wear the most comfortable dress help you to succeed
  • Select a Government Licensed Trekking Agency
  • Be familiar with the trails
  • Check the weather condition before you begin
  • Tell someone where you will be
  • Buy an Insurance Policy with the appropriate coverage
  • Pack ten Essentials

Final Say
Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek is very popular package to have a close insight of the Himalayan species, mountain culture and civilization, adventure and amusements. It is an amazing area with everything isolated. This trek affords pristine natural wonderments. This trek affords the best mountain views as well. Since it is a remote and tea house trekking, you need to be very careful about adequate preparations and essentials. If you have any questions regarding the trip, drop the questions into our mailbox or visit our website. Nepal Guide Treks and Expeditions feel proud to satisfy you with its errands.

How to Get Nepal Visa?

Immigration Office at Kathmandu Airport Facilitating Tourist Visa on arrival.

Visa Fees:

Two Weeks – 30 USD

One Month (Four Weeks) – 50 USD

Three Month (90 Days) – 125 USD

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Visa Extension Fees:

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GLIMPSES OF   Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek

Mt. Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek | Around Kanchenjunga Trekking
Mt. Kanchenjunga 8586m | Kanchenjunga North Face above from Pangpema
Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek | Khmbachen 4050m
Paddy Field - during Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek
Taplejung, Starting point of the Trek
Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek | Kanchenjunga trail trekking with panoramic scenery

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