Kanchenjunga Circuit Tea House Trek offers awe-inspiring Tea house trekking holidays dominating around the world’s third highest mount Kangchenjunga in Nepal.
Kanchenjunga Circuit Tea House Trek is one of the outstanding trekking destinations located far east of Nepal on the border of Nepal, Tibet, and India. Mount Kangchenjunga means “The Five Treasure of Snow”. Kanchenjunga Trek is less traveled area comparing with other popular trekking destinations as like Everest and Annapurna. Visit Himalaya Treks offers 23 days tea house trekking to Kanchenjunga Circuit.
The thrilling trek to Kanchenjunga Circuit originates from Taplejung further it continues toward Lelep, Gyapla, Fale, Ghunsa, Khambachen, Lhonak and finally at the Kanchenjunga North Base Camp (Pangpema). During our trekking to Kanchenjunga Circuit will see the wild range of scenery from the lush, tropical Jungle through to Rhododendron and Oak forest and at higher elevation into the alpine zone. Another attraction segment is rich of Nepalese culture and lifestyle from the Limbus in lower valley and Tibetans Buddhist villages are in the higher part of the valley. Remarkable Himalayan views are just standing next to us like Jannu Himal (7711 meters), Gimmigela (6415 meters), Wedge Peak (6802 meters), Nepal Peak (7177 meters) Kirat Chuli (7362 meters) and Kanchenjunga North Base Camp itself.
Returning to Ghunsa following the same route we walked earlier our Kanchenjunga Circuit tea house trek begin over the Sele La pass (4290 meters), Mirginla Pass (4480 meters) and Sinelapcha Pass 4646 meters toward to Tseram, the Yak grazing land Ramche finally Kanchenjunga south base camp. Hike to Oktang viewpoint from Ramche is another high light of the trip, Impressive views of Kanchenjunga south face can be visible from the Oktang viewpoint. Similarly Kabru, Rathong, and Kokthang.
Trekking to Kanchenjunga Circuit is not requiring fully Camping arrangements for the small group. Basic Tea houses are available along the entire route and Visit Himalaya Treks design the Kanchenjunga Circuit tea house Trek itinerary to meet small group’s requirements. Also Kanchenjunga Tea house trek in shorter then Camping Trek. Kanchenjunga is located in the restricted area requires special permits, Kanchenjunga conservation entry permits, and TIMS card. Travelers are not allowed to trek without Guide and trek has to be organized through government authorizes company only and minimum travelers require 2 peoples. Visit Himalaya Treks Offers Kanchenjunga Tea house Trek and also full wilderness camping trek to Kanchenjunga Base Camp with full of supporters’ team.
Kanchenjunga Circuit Tea House Trek Itinerary,
Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu (1350 meters)
Day 02: Sightseeing in Kathmandu.
Day 03: Flight to Bhadrapur and drive to Kanyam.
Day 04: Drive to Taplejung and continue to Chiruwa 1185 meters.
Day 05: Trek to Sekathum (1650 meters)
Day 06: Trek to Gyabla (Kyapra) 2730 meters.
Day 07: Trek Ghunsa (3595 meters)
Day 08: Trek to Khangpachen (Khambachen) 4050 meters.
Day 09: Acclimatization day at Khangpachen (Khambachen) 4050 meters.
Day 10: Trek to Lhonak (4780 meters)
Day 11: Side trip to Pangpema(5143 meters) and back to Lhonak
Day 12: Trek back to Ghunsa.
Day 13: Trek to Sele La (4290 meters)
Day 14: Trek to Cheram (Tseram ) 3870 meters.
Day 15: Trek to Ramche (4580 meters)
Day 16: Trek to Cheram (Tseram).
Day 17: Trek Tortong (2995 meters)
Day 18: Trek to Sherpaguan / Yamphuding (2080 meters)
Day 19: Trek to Khebang (1910 meters)
Day 20: Trek to Sinam (1200 meters)
Day 21: Drive to Kanyam.
Day 22: Drive to Bhadrapur and flight to Kathmandu.
Day 23: Departure
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|Visit Himalaya Treks has always been keen on safety on the journey. We have prepared Trekking Equipment List which the trekkers will need during their trek in Nepal. The following list should help you with your packing. Generally, you should always try to keep the weight of your equipment to a minimum. The weight of your trek bag while trekking should be no more than 15 KG. You must bring the following items:|
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