Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek
Private Vehicle/Tourist Bus/Flight
Autumn & Spring
Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek Brief Insight
Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek Highlights:
- Enchanting views of Kanchenjunga (8586m), Mt. Everest (8848m) and the other Himalayas
- Visit ancient monasteries like Oktang and Lungsumgba monasteries
- Witness the bio-diversity of the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area
- Experience the culture and traditions of the Kirat and Tibetan communities
Situated in the north-eastern border of Nepal, Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek is regarded to be one of the most arduous treks in the country. From diverse flora and fauna and the spectacular view of Himalayas, this trek never ceases to amaze the traveler. The Lungsumgba monastery, Oktang Monastery, and Yalung Glacier are the main highlights of the trek. Tibetan and Kirat communities decorate the trail with their immersing culture and traditions. As much as the trek is filled with rushing adventure, the occasional affair with the local people is entertaining in equal measures as well.
Upon your arrival at TIA, you will head to the hotel in Kathmandu. The second day is scheduled for sightseeing and trek preparation. After exploring the UNESCO world heritage sites in the city including Pashupatinath, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Boudhanath, and Swayambhunath, a short scenic flight will take you to Bhadrapur. From here, you’ll take a long drive to Taplejung. From Taplejung, the trail passes through Lalikharka and proceeds towards Khesewa. Along with Kabeli Khola, you’ll proceed towards Mamankhe via Anpan. Along the way, you’ll cross several farm villages, terraced farmlands and green forest of pine and rhododendron. Similarly, crossing several settlements such as Yamphudin, Tortong, Cheram, and Ramche, you’ll reach Yalung Base Camp at 4500m. You can visit nearby Oktang Monastery and Yalung Glacier once at the base camp. From here, a steep climb to the top of the ridge takes you to Selele La at 4480m via the Sinion La Pass (4645m).
Enjoying sublime views of Kumbakarna (7711m), Mt. Rathong (6678m), Kabru Peak (7412m), and Mt. Kanchenjunga (8586m), you’ll march towards Kanchenjunga Base Camp via Kambachen and Lhonak. Now, following back the same trail, you’ll return back to Bhadrapur from where you’ll take a flight back to Kathmandu. The trail gives the pleasure of experiencing the wildlife, lush vegetation, and natural flora and fauna of this region along with a stunning view of Himalayas. March to May and October to November are the best time for this trekking. Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is another option for a traveler in the Kanchenjunga Region.
Nepal Alibaba Treks is the finest travel operator in Nepal. We organize and conduct various trips across the country. Our trip guides and porters are experienced and experts in their respective fields as well. Moreover, our flexibility on the trip itinerary allows you to customize the trips as per your necessity.
Kanchenjunga Circuit trek offers the scenery of wonderful landscape, forest, hill, wildlife, villages, and culture. The trek starts from Taplejung where we will reach from a short flight from Kathmandu to Bhadrapur and a drive for Taplejung. The trek begins from Taplejung to Kanchenjunga North Base Camp which is situated at the altitude of 5,388meters through various villages like Sunwa, Chiruwa, Mitlung, Lelep, Tapethok and many others along with the Tamor River Bank.
For the acclimatization, we will stop at Khambachen during that day, we will visit the Jannu Viewpoint for one of the best views of the trek where you can see the majestic views of Sobi Thongie, Phile, Ghabur peak and many others. Then the trek back to Ghunsa to reach Kanchenjunga South Base Camp through various villages like Cheram, Yalung Bara, Ramche, Oktang, and others.
The South Base Camp offers the amazing views of mountains like Kanchenjunga south, Kanchenjunga central, Nyukla Lachung Kanchenjunga, Kanbachen, and many other peaks. Then we reached Birtamod and drove to Bhadrapur to take a flight back to Kathmandu.
Best season for Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek
Like other treks in Nepal, you can trek any time of the year. But you need to be well prepared with strong determination. Talking about the best season for Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek, you can trek in Autumn and Spring which is September to November and March to May respectively.
Autumn is the best season to trek for Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek. At this time, the trek offers the wonderful greenery of forest, beautiful and colourful Rhododendron on the trails. Similarly, during the trek in this season, you will have a clear blue sky view with the serenity of mountains. The weather and temperature during this season is really suitable for the best trekking in Kanchenjunga Circuit.
Spring offers the best views of mountains. This is the season after the ends of winter which provides the opportunity to have a glimpse of wildlife who come to bask in the sun’s heat. Similarly, the temperature in this season is moderate which helps to have an excellent view of mountains and hills.
The months between December to February are mostly very cold and snowy. The views of mountains won’t be clear due to dark clouds and fog. But strong determination and well equipment leads to a successful trek.
This is a time when Nepal has excessive rainfall, the routes are mostly damaged and accommodation is closed. The views aren’t clear. On the season you will have a risky trek.
Permit for Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek
Thr trek takes you from the forbidden area so you need to take a special trekking permit issued by Nepal Tourism Board (NTB). While doing this trek you need two permit and they are:
1. Restricted Area Permit
During our trek, we will be trekking from some restricted areas, therefore you need to take a special permit which charges fees depending on the time of the year. The charge of this Restricted Area Permit costs from the range of Rs 1000 to Rs 5000 per week.
2. Kanchenjunga Conservation Area Permit
Since, we will be trekking through the beautiful conservation area of Kanchenjunga we need a permit for this. The cost of these permits is around Rs 2000. This permit is issued by Nepal Tourism Board.
You need to pay this fee in local currency that is Nepali rupee. To take the permit you need two passport size photos and a photocopy of your passport.
Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek Map:
- Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300m)
- Day 02: Kathmandu sightseeing and trek preparation
- Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Bhadrapur (2,420m), Drive to Taplejung; 45 min flight & 9 hours’ drive
- Day 04: Taplejung to Lalikharka (2265m) 4 – 5 hours trek
- Day 05: Lalikharka to Khesewa (2120m) 5 - 6 hours trek
- Day 06: Khesewa to Mamankhe (1785m) 5 - 6 hours trek
- Day 07: Mamankhe to Yamphudin (2080m) 4 -5 hours
- Day 08: Yamphudin to Tortong (2,995m) 7 -8 hours
- Day 09: Tortong to Cheram (3,870m) 2 -3 hours
- Day 10: Cheram Acclimatization and Rest
- Day 11: Cheram to Ramchaur (Ramche) (4,580m) 3 – 4 hours
- Day 12: Ramchaur (Ramche) to Yalung Base Camp (4500m), back to Cheram 3 – 4 hours
- Day 13: Cheram to Selele La (4480m) 6 -7 hours
- Day 14: Selele La to Ghunsa (3,595m) 2 -3 hours
- Day 15: Ghunsa to Kambachen (4,050m) 5 -6 hours
- Day 16: Kambachen to Lhonak (4,780m) 5 -6 hours
- Day 17: Kanchenjunga base camp, overnight at Pangpema (5,143m) 6 -7 hours
- Day 18: Pangpema to Lhonak (3 – 4 hours)
- Day 19: Lhonak to Ghunsa (3475m) 6 -7 hours
- Day 20: Ghunsa to Amjilosa (2,308m) 5 -6 hours
- Day 21: Amjilosa to Chirwa (1,270m) 6 -7 hours
- Day 22: Chirwa to Taplejung via Mitlung (921m) 7 -8 hours trek
- Day 23: Taplejung to Bhadrapur |9 hours’ drive
- Day 24: Fly to Kathmandu
- Day 25: Final departure
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300m)
Soon after landing at Tribhuvan International Airport, you’ll be greeted by one of our staff members and immediately transferred to your respective hotel. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Day 02: Kathmandu sightseeing and trek preparation
This day is scheduled for sightseeing and trek preparation. The trek leader and experts will introduce you to the trek and the essentials tips for the trek. During the day, a local guide will take you to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, Boudhanath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. These sites reflect the ancient art, architecture, and culture which have been passed from one generation to another. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Bhadrapur (2,420m), Drive to Taplejung; 45 min flight & 9 hours’ drive
On the 3rd day, you’ll be flying towards Bhadrapur from Kathmandu. It is a scenic flight of 45-minutes above the diverse landscapes of Nepal. After a short stop at Bhadrapur, you’ll start your drive towards the settlement of Taplejung. The drive will take you through the lush forest of pine, rhododendron, and juniper. Crossing several farm villages, green hills, and valleys, you’ll finally Taplejung. Overnight in Taplejung.
Day 04: Taplejung to Lalikharka (2265m) 4 – 5 hours trek
From Taplejung, you’ll continue your trek towards the village of Lalikharka. Leaving Taplejung, you reach Suketar which hosts a domestic airport. Thereon, the trail begins to rise as you enter the forested trail. Passing Deurali and crossing the Deurali Pass (2600m), you gradually descend to reach Lalikharka. As the day entails short trek, you can explore the village for the rest of the day. Overnight in Lalikharka.
Day 05: Lalikharka to Khesewa (2120m) 5 - 6 hours trek
Leaving Lalikharka behind, you’ll continue your trek towards Khesewa. The trail first passes through Phundrawa and then proceeds towards Phumphe Danda via Anpan. On the way forward, you’ll walk past several rivers and green forest which offer plenty of wildlife sightings. Following the windy path, you’ll finally reach Khesewa. Overnight in Khesewa.
Day 06: Khesewa to Mamankhe (1785m) 5 - 6 hours trek
Early in the morning, you’ll begin your trek towards Mamankhe. Walking along with the forest of pine and rhododendron, you’ll reach Kabeli Khola. From here, the path ahead is pretty straightforward. Crossing several streams and a few suspension bridges, you’ll take a steep ascent to the top of the ridge. From the top, you begin to descend along the stone trails to arrive at Mamankhe. Overnight in Mamankhe.
Day 07: Mamankhe to Yamphudin (2080m) 4 -5 hours
Alongside the Kabeli Khola, you’ll ascend towards the trail enveloped by the rhododendron forest. Trekking along the Kabeli River, you arrive at Thumsa. Thereon, you trek east and take the trail towards north from the Ekchana Bhanjyang. As you continue on the ascent, you reach Ghatichhinne Bhanjyang and pas Makduwa to reach Yamphudin. Overnight in Yamphudin.
Day 08: Yamphudin to Tortong (2,995m) 7 -8 hours
From Yamphudin, you’ll continue your journey towards Tortong. As you move forward, you’ll walk past several farm villages and terraced farmlands. Along with Amji Khola flowing on the edge, you’ll take a steep to ascend for some hours before reaching Lasiya Bhanjyang. Finally, enjoying the glorious view of snow-capped mountains, you’ll reach Tortong. Overnight in Tortong.
Day 09: Tortong to Cheram (3,870m) 2 -3 hours
From Tortong, you’ll start your trek towards the settlement of Cheram. After crossing the suspension bridge over Simbuwa Khola, you’ll take a steep climb to the top of the ridge and reach Lalung valley. Along with a sublime view of Mt. Kanchenjunga (8586m) and Tuplung Peak (4488m) in the background, you’ll cross the thick forest of rhododendron and pine. Crossing numerous tributaries of the Simbuwa River, you arrive at Cheram. Overnight in Cheram.
Day 10: Cheram Acclimatization and Rest
Today is the much-needed rest day. After breakfast, you can take a short hike to nearby places and explore around Yalung Glacier. You’ll also enjoy sublime views of Mt. Rathong (6678m) and Kabru peak (7412m). During day time, you can roam around the local market, try local foods and get familiar with the unique culture and tradition of this region. Overnight in Cheram.
Day 11: Cheram to Ramchaur (Ramche) (4,580m) 3 – 4 hours
Walking along the Yalung Glacier, you’ll continue your trek towards Ramchaur. Enjoying a beautiful view of several snow-capped mountains, you will pass Lapsang. From here, the trail follows the Yalung Glacier for a few hours to take you to Ramchaur. The trek on this day is a short one; so, you will have plenty of time to explore the settlements at Ramche. The local monastery in the village is also a great exploration site. Overnight in Ramche.
Day 12: Ramchaur (Ramche) to Yalung Base Camp (4500m), back to Cheram 3 – 4 hours
On the 12th day, you’ll be trekking towards Yalung Base Camp at 4500m. Crossing river streams, suspension bridges, and beautiful waterfalls, you’ll reach Oktang Monastery. It is one of the oldest monasteries in the region and is greatly revered by the inhabitants around this region. From here, the path ahead to base camp is pretty easy. Once at the base camp, you’ll get a sublime view of Kanchenjunga massif, Kumbakarna (7710m), Mt. Rathong (6678m), and Kabru peak (7412m). You’ll now descend downhill towards Cheram. Overnight in Cheram.
Day 13: Cheram to Selele La (4480m) 6 -7 hours
From Cheram, you’ll start your trek towards Selele La at 4480m. The trail passes through Mirgin La Pass and proceeds towards Sinion La pass (4645m). From Sinion La Pass (4645m), the trail gets steeper as you’ll see prayer flags along the way which finally leads the way to Selele La Pass (4480m). Both the Sinion La and Selele La passes are outstanding viewpoints to observe the majesty of the Kanchenjunga and Januu Himal ranges. Overnight in Selele La Pass.
Day 14: Selele La to Ghunsa (3,595m) 2 -3 hours
Leaving Selele La behind, you’ll trek towards Ghunsa. This route is the closest reach to Tanbharma Danda. As we move forward, you’ll walk past the forest of pine and juniper. Following the Buddhist prayer flags, you’ll finally reach Ghunsa. Ghunsa is home to numerous monasteries as the village is inhabited mostly by Tibetan descendants. Overnight in Ghunsa.
Day 15: Ghunsa to Kambachen (4,050m) 5 -6 hours
From Ghunsa, you’ll continue your journey towards Kambachen. Once you reach Rampuk Kharka crossing suspension bridges and waterfalls, you’ll get a stunning view of Kumbakarna (7710m). The pasturelands dominate most of the trail as you reach Lakep. Thereon, you follow a river to reach Kambachen which is located in the confluence of Nupchu River and the river that originates from the Kanchenjunga Glacier. Overnight in Kambachen.
Day 16: Kambachen to Lhonak (4,780m) 5 -6 hours
The trek to Lhonak is quite challenging. Soon after breakfast, you’ll climb uphill towards the rocky fields. Alongside the riverbank, you’ll now cross few bridges and waterfalls before reaching Ramtang monastery. Finally, descending down through sloppy landscapes and narrow stony paths, you’ll reach Lhonak. The trek on the latter stages goes along the Kanchenjunga Glacier and also crosses the Lhonak Glacier as well. Overnight in Lhonak.
Day 17: Kanchenjunga base camp, overnight at Pangpema (5,143m) 6 -7 hours
Early in the morning, you’ll continue your trek towards Kanchenjunga Base Camp at 5143m. On the way forward, you’ll walk past snow-covered terraces and large Kanchenjunga Glacier. The trail now proceeds towards the settlement of Pangpema which finally leads the way towards the base camp. Once at base camp, you’ll get a glorious view of Kumbakarna (7710m), Mt. Rathong (6678m), Kabru peak (7412m) and Mt. Kanchenjunga (8586m) itself. With a content heart, you’ll now descend back to Pangpema where you’ll stay for the night.
Day 18: Pangpema to Lhonak (3 – 4 hours)
From Pangpema, you’ll descend back to Lhonak. Following back the same trail, you’ll cross small rives, sloppy landscapes and alpine forest of the pine tree. Along with a stunning view of snow-capped mountain peaks, you’ll march along the Kanchenjunga Glacier. The glacial moraines and the rock-trodden trail lead the way towards Lhonak. Overnight in Lhonak.
Day 19: Lhonak to Ghunsa (3475m) 6 -7 hours
After breakfast, you’ll continue your descend towards Ghunsa. Alongside the riverbank, you’ll first reach the settlement of Kambachen walking past the thin forest pine and rhododendron. After a quick lunch at Kambachen, you’ll further descend towards Rampuk Kharka enjoying sublime views of the Himalayas. Overnight in Ghunsa.
Day 20: Ghunsa to Amjilosa (2,308m) 5 -6 hours
On the 20th day, you’ll be trekking towards Amjilosa. Crossing several monasteries and temples, the trail proceeds towards Gyabla via Phale. Leaving Gyabla, your descent on a steep trail and climb to follow the Ghunsa River. Along with Chhundarangka Khola, you’ll descend gradually through the wild forest of juniper and pine. Finally, you will arrive at Ghunsa where you can explore the village surroundings. Overnight in Amjilosa.
Day 21: Amjilosa to Chirwa (1,270m) 6 -7 hours
Early in the morning, you’ll start your trek towards Chirwa. The trail passes through the settlement of Solima and proceeds towards Sukethum. After crossing the suspension bridge over Ghunsa Khola, you’ll finally reach Sukethum. On the way forward, you might encounter with endangered wildlife such as musk deer, wild lizard, leopard, etc. Following the Tamor River, you’ll finally reach your destination. Overnight in Chirwa.
Day 22: Chirwa to Taplejung via Mitlung (921m) 7 -8 hours trek
From Chirwa, you’ll start your trek towards Taplejung. Treading through the green forested areas and passing Sinwa on the way, you’ll reach a beautiful settlement of Mitlung. From Mitlung, the trail heads south you follow the Tamor River for a short while before joining the company of Haredewa River. The trail passes Panisar and continues all the way to Taplejung. Overnight in Taplejung.
Day 23: Taplejung to Bhadrapur |9 hours’ drive
Soon after breakfast, you’ll take a long scenic drive towards Bhadrapur. Following the Tamor River, the drive begins along the curvaceous hills for a few hours to settle at the plains of Bhadrapur. The ethnicity of the inhabitants and their respective culture is clearly evident as we pass numerous villages on the way. Finally, after nine hours of drive, you’ll reach your destination. Overnight in Bhadrapur.
Day 24: Fly to Kathmandu
Today you’ll be flying back to Kathmandu from Bhadrapur. It is a scenic flight of 45 minutes above the green hills and mountains. Once at Kathmandu, you can roam around the Thamel area, buy a souvenir, and even enjoy its nightlife. You can also visit the esteemed UNESCO world heritage sites for the rest of the day. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Day 25: Final departure
Today is your last day in Nepal. We’ll drop you off at Tribhuvan International Airport two hours prior to your scheduled flight. You can even share your beautiful experience with us on the way to the airport. Goodbye!
What is included in Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek
- All Airports/Hotel transfers by private vehicle.
- Accommodation in 3 stars category Hotels in Kathmandu and other available places with Breakfast.
- Kathmandu to Bhadrapur, Bhadrapur to Taplejung and when we return back fromTaplejung to Kathmandu, we provide transportation.
- Accommodation in Tea Houses or Local Lodges or Local Hotels on twin sharing basis during your trekking days.
- Meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) during your trekking days.
- Permit fees for National Parks and Conservation Area entry as well as Trekkers Management Information Service
- (TIMS) Permit. Visit: http://www.nepalimmigration.gov.np/page/about-trekking-permit
- All government officials and authorization necessary fees for your travel purpose.
- Local tourist guide (according to your need) and Local Porter during your treks: – 1 Porter for 2 Tourists.
- All your travel and rescue arrangements. (during any emergencies)
- First Aid Kits and Medical supplies.
- Welcome or Farewell dinner programs.
What is Excluded
- Nepal entry Visa fee and charges in Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA), Kathmandu. Visit http://www.nepalimmigration.gov.np/page/tourist-visa
- International Air Fare to and from Kathmandu, Nepal.
- Extra Night accommodation and meals during your early arrival, late departure as well as any domestic flight delays (due to any specified reasons) especially in Everest Region than the scheduled itinerary.
- Extra luggage charges.
- Other any your personal expenses like phone calls, laundry, alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks, extra porters, bottled/boiled waters, hot shower, etc.
- Other food items than normal meals as specified.
- All your travel and rescue insurance in emergency situations.
- Personal buying and souvenirs.
- Tips during your hotels and restaurant visit.
- To purchase or rent any type of equipment or gears for personal use.
- To purchase special medicines and kits.
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初遇尼泊尔：带着好奇和满怀憧憬的期待，2017年5月28日下午我们抵达了尼泊尔的首都加德满都机场，之前在国内已经预定好了加德满都玛亚庄园酒店（Maya Manor Boutique Hotel Kathmandu），抵达机场后，酒店派了车去机场接迎接我们。第一次来到尼泊尔，汽车在公路上行驶着，路上汽车、行人、摩托车、牛都一起出现了公路上，这一刻，确实是让我们感到了吃惊，后来才知道，牛在尼泊尔中是神圣的，所以才会出现车和牛一起出现在公路上的情景。
向EBC出发：天气没有让我们失望，来尼泊尔之前，常常说此时是尼泊尔的雨季，可能天气会经常下雨，但是当我们从尼泊尔首都加德满都起飞时，天气确出奇的好，第一次坐上了传说中的小飞机，那是非常的兴奋，大概经过了一段时间，飞机很快的就降落在了海拔2700米的卢卡拉机场，说到这里，不得不提一下卢卡拉机场，卢卡拉机场（lukla Airport）位于尼泊尔东部卢卡拉（Lukla）镇，位列世界十大危险机场排名第一位，冠有“世界屋脊上的跑道”称号。机场是连接加德满都和卢卡拉的唯一通道，卢卡拉（丹增-希拉里）机场机场始建于1964年，登顶珠穆朗玛峰第一人埃德蒙·希拉里（Edmund Hillary）骑士自行集资兴建的。埃德蒙·希拉里骑士为了帮助登山者更快进入珠穆朗玛峰，同时回报当地的居民，改善当地的交通状况，兴建了卢卡拉机场。第一乘坐这样的飞机，让我们感到非常的刺激。
踏上EBC：大卫帮我们制定了详细的EBC徒步线路，包括每天的具体行程，应该注意的事项，以及沿途需要停靠休息的点，因为我们是第一次在高海拔活动，所以有必要在不同海拔高度的地方停顿修整，以让身体来逐渐适应高海拔环境。我们从卢卡拉出发，一路经过Monjo/蒙佐、Namche/南池、Tengboche/腾波切、Dingboche/丁波切、Lobuche (4940m)/罗波切、Gorak Shep/格拉克舍普、Pheriche/佩里切等地方。其中我们在Namche/南池修整了一天，第二天一早我们起的很早，看到了火烧云的壮丽景观。随着海拔的不断上升，我们一路从茂密的植被区走到荒无人烟，没有一点绿色植物的高海拔地区，我们看到了安拉普尔那雪上，见识了尼泊尔高原地区最蓝的天空，晚上也看到了最迷人的星空，这些都是我们如今生活在大成里不曾见到过了，在那里，时间仿佛静止，一切的人间糟杂似乎都已经远去，那种状态，是空灵、是自身心灵的一种净化。最终我们在大卫的带领下来到了期盼已久的珠峰大本营，第一次零距离接触到了昆布冰川，那种感受无法形容，在感叹大自然神奇的同时，也对跨越昆布冰川也被称为死亡冰川像珠峰前进的珠峰攀登者们报以最诚挚的致敬，他们勇敢的挑战珠峰，尤其是夏尔巴向导们，他们就是珠峰的开路者。从珠峰返回后，我们又经过了三天的时间下撤到卢卡拉机场，然后从卢卡拉机场乘坐飞机返回加德满都.EBC的路途虽然辛苦，但是却是我一辈子都无法忘记的，我们走了大多数人可能这一辈子都不会走的线路，无憾。
写在最后：这一路的艰辛很多，给了我们莫大帮助的大卫和阿龙也成了我们的好朋友，尼泊尔永远不会是只去一次，因为时间有限，尼泊尔还有更多值得去的地方，在等待着我们，例如，冬天的尼泊尔，ACT大环线、博卡拉，这些都是令我们憧憬的，最后，非常感谢我们认识了大卫，他像一位大哥一样，总是能够给你想到你所需要的，大卫，我们下次再会！尼泊尔，我们下次再会！... read more
October 17, 2020