Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trekking
Far Eastern Nepal is home of the best touristic destinations in terms of domestic tourism as well as international tourism. Illam, Dharan, Taplejung, Jhapa and Dhankuta are few places where most of the tourists flock for touristic activities. Info Trekking Nepal wishes to spread equal news on attractions of Nepal regardless of their geographical location. Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trekking is the journey towards foothill of world’s third tallest mountain situated at the border of Nepal and India in eastern Nepal. Behold tranquil Himalayan atmosphere at the vicinity of jewel Himalayan landmark.
Journey of Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trekking is considered as arduous and sometimes it is also called as beautiful detour of Nepal Trekking. Flight to Suketaar takes trekkers to walking start point. The journey is long and through numerous villages, hamlets and grassy meadows. Reaching Kanchenjunga Base Camp (5183 m) is very daunting task as there would be numerous uphill and downhill along the places like Kambachen, Lonak, Ghunsa, Cheram, Ramche etc. During most of the time after Cheram rest you will be accompanied by Yalung Peak. While strolling around Mt. Kanchenjunga (8586 m) you will savor mountains like Jannu and others too. There are two base camps which can be accessed together with gigantic Kanchenjunga glacier. Rocky rugged terrain might create hindrances while walking and you should heed the instructions of your trekking guide all the time. Numerous monasteries, Gompas and Chortens are usual sight during high altitude trekking while in hilly terrain temples, Pati, Pauwa and stone taps are found in abundance. The culture of people is seems to be mixed with Tibetans, Indians and Nepalese. The trip returns back to Suketaar following differing route for the flight to Kathmandu.
Book the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek package and experience different Nepal. Apart from most publicized trekking routes of Nepal holidaying in these off the beaten paths really helps in setting the mood right. You will be able to explore the places less explored and you will be able to see things less seen.