Kanchenjunga tea house trek - 27 Nights 28 Days

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Duration: 27 Nights 28 Days
Best Time: September-October/November and March to may
Transport: Bus
Minimum Pax: 2
Places Cover: Taplejung-Ghunsa-Lhonak-Ramche-Yamphudin Lalikharka

Kanchenjunga tea house trek

Kanchenjunga tea house trek one covers 220 km over 28 days in a region of Nepal that is in the east It offers wonderful scenery from lush, tropical jungle to rhododendron, chestnut, and oak forests, as well as a glaciated base camp for the world’s third-highest peak. Kanchenjunga trekking route has a limited number of visitors, so to trek there, you must secure permits and hire a local guide and at least two others.

Kanchenjunga tea house trek

During the  Kanchenjungatea house trekking region food and accommodation are very simple, whereas the Everest and Annapurna treks are more luxurious.

Kanchenjunga tea house trek

Kanchenjunga tea house trek runs both on the north and south side of the mountain for small groups looking for custom dates, and we provide expert advice and preparation prior to the trek, as well as a high level of professionalism and care on the trek with excellent staff.

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Mountain view from Amjilaptsa

Kanchenjunga trekking Equipment

Kanchenjunga tea house trek difficulty Kathmandu and Mount Everest are west of the Kanchenjunga summit trek. There is a long distance between the nearest airport and road, which keeps many people away from this area. On this trip, you will learn about the culture and lifestyle of the Rai Sherpa, Gurung, and Limbu communities. At Pang Pema 5,140m/16,863 feet, we will trek to the northern base camp, giving you a vantage point of the whole region. When you have time, this trek is probably the most prominent in the area and well worth the effort. Considering the better acclimatization schedule in this direction, a visit to the North Base Camp followed by a visit to the South Base Camp is the ideal route Kanchenjunga tea house trek.

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Kanchenjunga tea house trek

Kanchenjunga tea house trek like the other routes, this trek usually starts at Taplejung (or the Suketar airport if you fly in our by bus to Ktm Taplejung to Kathmandu) though logistics are in flux as new roads are being built. As you descend from Taplejung, you follow the Taplejung river up to Meet Lung and then the Ghunsa river valley. You follow this valley right up to the northern base camp of Kanchenjunga, Pang Pema, along the Ghunsa river that drains the glaciers of Kumbhakarna (Jannu) and Kanchenjunga. Stay in a very simple accommodation at Pang Pema and explore, or go up and back in a day from Lhonak.

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Kanchenjunga Himal

One Note: During the Kanchenjunga circuit trek at the Lhonak everybody will have facial swelling for only 3/4 hours.

Kanchenjunga tea house trek

On the way back down, you return to Ghunsa and then head toward South Base Camp, climbing to the 4,720m Sele La (‘La’ means pass), then taking a steep descent to Cheram. In addition to trekking to Ramche, you can also stay at Cheram and do a long day trip from there to the South Base Camp. Then, as you begin trekking down towards Tortung, you prepare the legs for a steep descent.

Kanchenjunga tea house trek

Kanchenjunga tea house trek Your trek through lush forests and farmland on your way back to Taplejung in your final days, crossing many ridgelines and enjoying outstanding views back up to the Himalayas, becoming very hot as you trek uphill sections at lower altitudes. For this part of the trek, there are various routes you can take, and because roads and accommodation options change quickly in the area, you should talk with your trek specialist before finalizing your agenda.

Lhonak Camping

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Kanchenjunga tea house trek

Kanchenjunga tea house trek back following the route to Taplejung via Yamphuden. Yak Kharkha to Taplejung via Sukyatar where we can look at the airport which is not working. A day after drive back to Kathmandu. So what are you waiting to join us and explore Nepal trekking from different Perspectives?

Note: It is tough trekking in Nepal, so you need to have experience of mountain and camping trekking before. For your comfort, we can change or modify our itinerary on the way too with the help of our skillful and experienced Guide and trekking Leader.

Kanchenjunga tea house trek costs $ 2277  per person. In this budget, Nepal Alsace Trek includes the Kanchenjunga trekking permit, Park permit, Accommodation, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Necessary Local transport, Experience guide, and Porter salary insurance during the trek. We also include the hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast service as per our itinerary.

For a single person, the cost of his trek will increase by 250 US$.

Useful Information for Kanchenjunga Tea house trek

  • 1
    Day 1 : Arrival in Kathmandu (1300m).

    Arrival Kathmandu airport | And transfer to the hotel.

  • 2
    Day 2 : Free day at Kathmandu.
    Enjoy breakfast at the Kathmandu hotel on your free day. In order to prepare the Restricted Special Trekking permit, we will need your original passport including the Nepali Visa. Once we have prepared your permit, we will brief you about your trek.
  • 3
    Day 3 : Night from bus Kathmandu.

    Night bus from Kathmandu VIA Chitwan-Jhapa-Birtamod about 14 hours, dinner will be on the way hotel.

  • 4
    Day 4 : Birta mode to Taplejung (1820m)

    From Birtamod local bus to Taplejung about 7/8 hours | Stay a night at Lodge.

  • 5
    Day 5 : Taplejung to Phurumbu (1542m) only 4 hours walking.

    Trek to Phurumbu easy walking day after breakfast.

    Kanchenjunga and Kumvakarna are visible today.Stay overnight at tea house lodge.

  • 6
    Day 6 : Phurumbu to Chhiruwa (1270m) 6 hours.

    Phurumbu-Chhiruwa via Sisne Khola and big Lumbu village | Stay overnight at Lodge.

  • 7
    Day 7 : Chhiruwa to Sekhathum (1575m) 6 hours.

    Chhiruwa-Sekhathum after walking a while we can see a beautiful valley and waterfal | Stay overnight at Lodge.

  • 8
    Day 8 : Sekhathum to Amjilapsa (2,038m) 5 hours.

    Sekhathum-Amjilapsa after 25 minutes we walk up and have a little view of Kumvakarna | Stay overnight at Lodge.

  • 9
    Day 9 : Amjilapsa to Kyabla (2730m) 4 hours.

    This morning, we will do the Amjilapsa-Kyabla route after breakfast, instead of the long route. We will sleep at the tea house lodge.

  • 10
    Day 10 : Kyabla to Ghunsa (3595m) 5 hours.

    From Kyabla to Ghunsa which is the best place in Trekking place. Between Kyabla & Ghunsa there is a place called Phale where Tibetan people live and they sell nice Carpets & prices are less than Kathmandu. Phale is one of the Centers of the Tibet border and from Phale the trail goes Lumba Sumba pass to Makalu & Way to Kanchenjunga trekking towards Ghunsa | Stay overnight at Lodge.

  • 11
    Day 11 : Rest day at Ghunsa.

    This is very important that a beautiful place for a rest day. You may visit the village, monastery and etc. Your Kanchenjunga special trekking Permit also will be verified there | Stay overnight at Lodge.

  • 12
    Day 12 : Ghunsa to Khambachen (4050m) 6 hours.

    Ghunsa -Khambachen From Lodge you have the great view of the (Janu Himal Kumvakarna (7,710m) Phale Peak (6,645m) Sobithongie (6,670m) & Khabur Peak (6,332m) | Stay overnight at Lodge.

  • 13
    Day 13 : Khambachen to Lhonak (4780m) 4 h,30.

    Kambachen - Lhonak (4,780m) & you can see view Kanchenjunga from right side Wedge Peak (6,750m) Ramtang Peak (6,700m) Table Shikha (6,510m) from the Left side view of the Nupchu Peak (6,044m), Tanjung Peak (6,097m) and Dango Peak (6,250m) | Stay overnight at similar Lodge.

  • 14
    Day 14 : Day Visit to Pangpema (5143m) and back to Lhonak.

    Pangpema is another beautiful place to visit it takes 6 hours to go & return. You have a wonderful View of the Kanchenjunga Base camp Glacier, Nepal Peak, and Pathibhara Himal and Kanchenjunga | Stay overnight at Lodge.

  • 15
    Day 15 : Lhonak to Ghunsa 9 hours.

    Lhonak-Ghunsa long way descending back to the Ghunsa | Stay overnight at Lodge.

  • 16
    Day 16 : Ghunsa to Selle Base Camp-(3700m).

    From Ghunsa 4 hours walking to Selele base camp | Stay overnight at the small Lodge.

  • 17
    Day 17 : Base camp to Tseram (3870m) 7 hours.

    From Selele base camp 7/8 hours walking to Tseram (3,870m) From Selle if the weather is fine you can see world top Mt Everest After passing Selle pass (4,480m), Sinelapche La (4,646m) | Stay overnight at a similar Lodge.

  • 18
    Day 18 : Base camp to Ramche (4580m) Visit day

    Tseram to Ramche, after Lunch we visit the Oktang, have a view of Kanchenjunga South Ynalug Kang (8,505m) Kumbhakarna many more snow peaks are very close and return back to Ramche | Stay overnight at Lodge.

  • 19
    Day 19 : Ramche to Lasydanda (3310) 7 hours.

    Ramche-Lasyadanda | Stay overnight at a small and similar Lodge.

  • 20
    Day 20 : Lasya danda to Yamphudin (2080m) 6 hours.

    Lasyadanda-trek to Yamphudin | Stay overnight at a small and similar Lodge.

  • 21
    Day 21 : Yamphudin to Pumphe (1854m) 6/7 hours.

    Ayampudin to Pumphedanda | Stay overnight at a small and similar Lodge.

  • 22
    Day 22 : Pumphe to Sinchuwa (2129m) 6/7 hours.

    Pilmphedanda to Sinchuwa Bhanjyang | Stay overnight at a small and similar Lodge.

  • 23
    Day 23 : Sinchuwa to Lalikharka (2711m) 6/7 hours.

    Sinchuwa Bhanjyang to Lalikharka | Stay overnight at a small and similar Lodge.

  • 24
    Day 24 : 6 hours.

    Lali Kharka toTaplejung | Stay overnight at a small and similar Lodge.

  • 25
    Day 25 : Night bus.

    From Taplejung we taking a night bus via Phedem-Ilam.

  • 26
    Day 26 : Via Damak Chitwan.

    Arrival at Kathmandu 9 am and transfer to the hotel.

  • 27
    Day 27 : Free day at Kathmandu.
    Bed and breakfast are included in the free day at the Kathmandu hotel.
  • 28
    Day 28 : Enjoy back to the home

    After breakfast drive to the Kathmandu airport for Your scheduled flight back to the home

Kanchenjunga trekking cost 2,277 $ Per person

Cost Includes

  • Arrival and departure of the Transport Car/Van/Hiace.
  • Bed and breakfast in Kathmandu four nights
  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner, such as Italian, Chinese, and Indian and Many Nepali dishes are influenced by European cuisine
  • Tents and lodges are available for accommodation during the Tea house trek
  • The trek shall be led by a government licensed holder trekking guide. Porters, food, and provisions are required.
  • Accommodations, salary, and insurance
  • Permits for special trekking on Kanchenjunga and park fees
  • Transport by bus from Kathmandu to Birtamod, Taplejung, Birtamode, and Kathmandu

Kanchenjunga trekking cost Excludes

  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu
  • If you are in the case of an accident high altitude sickness rescue operation with your travel insurance policy
  • The Nepal entry visa fee for 15 Days is 30 US$ and for 30 Days it is 50 US$. If you have not taken your visa from your country, you can get one at the Kathmandu airport.
  • Beer, Coke, Fanta, and mineral waters are examples of soft and hard drinks
  • The equipment you need for trekking
  • Tips for Nepalese employees
  • We need 4 passport-sized photos from you
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When is the best time to do Kanchenjunga Trek?

October 10 through December 10 and March 10 through May 10.

What is the temperature in KanchenJunga Trek ?

In Lhonak and Tesram, the daytime temperature is normal, but the nighttime temperature is 5-10 degrees

How much does it cost for the trek?

The cost of the Kanchenjunga trek is 2,277 US dollars per person

Which permit for the Kanchenjung Trek?

Permit to trek in Kanchenjunga park and permit to trek in Especial Trekking.

Do we need Guide Porters during the trek?

If you hire a guide and porter then the trek in Nepal will be very safe. In case of an accident, an agency can solve the problem quickly and take full responsibility.

How is Accommodations and foods?

Almost all the villages have clean lodgings, and the food is Chinese, Nepali, Tibetan, Indian, and Italian.

How long we walk per day?

Walking for five to seven hours daily.

Where is the Kanchenjunga?

Kanchenjunga is located near the India-Sikhim border and is a long way from Kathmandu.

Altitude sickness Kanchenjunga trek?

On the Kanchenjunga trek at the Lhonak, everyone’s face will swell for only 3/4 hours.

What equipment do we need for the trekking?

Flowing equipment is normally required. If possible, a Gore-Tex boot is better for walking. In case of rain or snow, wear warm socks and gaiters. Plus a daypack and a down jacket. Sleeping bags and other items that are not mansions.

How do we know about Mountain Sickness?

You feel like you have a hangover/ you have a headache/ you have shortness of breath/ you don’t eat well/ you have trouble sleeping/ you have fevers/ you feel unwell/ etc.

Dose it is safe? If females travel alone to Nepal Trekking and Climbing?

Yes, if a woman travels alone to Nepal no problem but you take a guide or porter from a registered trekking agency because the trekking company is fully responsible for trekking and Mountain climbing. Our agency staff always take care of you, and they will provide you a single room single tent during the tea house trek and during the climbing trek. But if you contact a freelance Guide then you get many problems they try to make a chit for a single woman. Therefore if you book guide porter with un agency then it is good safe your Holyday travel to Nepal.

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When is the best time to do Kanchenjunga Trek?

October 10 through December 10 and March 10 through May 10.

What is the temperature in KanchenJunga Trek ?

In Lhonak and Tesram, the daytime temperature is normal, but the nighttime temperature is 5-10 degrees

How much does it cost for the trek?

The cost of the Kanchenjunga trek is 2,277 US dollars per person

Which permit for the Kanchenjung Trek?

Permit to trek in Kanchenjunga park and permit to trek in Especial Trekking.

Do we need Guide Porters during the trek?

If you hire a guide and porter then the trek in Nepal will be very safe. In case of an accident, an agency can solve the problem quickly and take full responsibility.

How is Accommodations and foods?

Almost all the villages have clean lodgings, and the food is Chinese, Nepali, Tibetan, Indian, and Italian.

How long we walk per day?

Walking for five to seven hours daily.

Where is the Kanchenjunga?

Kanchenjunga is located near the India-Sikhim border and is a long way from Kathmandu.

Altitude sickness Kanchenjunga trek?

On the Kanchenjunga trek at the Lhonak, everyone’s face will swell for only 3/4 hours.

What equipment do we need for the trekking?

Flowing equipment is normally required. If possible, a Gore-Tex boot is better for walking. In case of rain or snow, wear warm socks and gaiters. Plus a daypack and a down jacket. Sleeping bags and other items that are not mansions.

How do we know about Mountain Sickness?

You feel like you have a hangover/ you have a headache/ you have shortness of breath/ you don’t eat well/ you have trouble sleeping/ you have fevers/ you feel unwell/ etc.

Dose it is safe? If females travel alone to Nepal Trekking and Climbing?

Yes, if a woman travels alone to Nepal no problem but you take a guide or porter from a registered trekking agency because the trekking company is fully responsible for trekking and Mountain climbing. Our agency staff always take care of you, and they will provide you a single room single tent during the tea house trek and during the climbing trek. But if you contact a freelance Guide then you get many problems they try to make a chit for a single woman. Therefore if you book guide porter with un agency then it is good safe your Holyday travel to Nepal.

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When is the best time to do Kanchenjunga Trek?

October 10 through December 10 and March 10 through May 10.

What is the temperature in KanchenJunga Trek ?

In Lhonak and Tesram, the daytime temperature is normal, but the nighttime temperature is 5-10 degrees

How much does it cost for the trek?

The cost of the Kanchenjunga trek is 2,277 US dollars per person

Which permit for the Kanchenjung Trek?

Permit to trek in Kanchenjunga park and permit to trek in Especial Trekking.

Do we need Guide Porters during the trek?

If you hire a guide and porter then the trek in Nepal will be very safe. In case of an accident, an agency can solve the problem quickly and take full responsibility.

How is Accommodations and foods?

Almost all the villages have clean lodgings, and the food is Chinese, Nepali, Tibetan, Indian, and Italian.

How long we walk per day?

Walking for five to seven hours daily.

Where is the Kanchenjunga?

Kanchenjunga is located near the India-Sikhim border and is a long way from Kathmandu.

Altitude sickness Kanchenjunga trek?

On the Kanchenjunga trek at the Lhonak, everyone’s face will swell for only 3/4 hours.

What equipment do we need for the trekking?

Flowing equipment is normally required. If possible, a Gore-Tex boot is better for walking. In case of rain or snow, wear warm socks and gaiters. Plus a daypack and a down jacket. Sleeping bags and other items that are not mansions.

How do we know about Mountain Sickness?

You feel like you have a hangover/ you have a headache/ you have shortness of breath/ you don’t eat well/ you have trouble sleeping/ you have fevers/ you feel unwell/ etc.

Dose it is safe? If females travel alone to Nepal Trekking and Climbing?

Yes, if a woman travels alone to Nepal no problem but you take a guide or porter from a registered trekking agency because the trekking company is fully responsible for trekking and Mountain climbing. Our agency staff always take care of you, and they will provide you a single room single tent during the tea house trek and during the climbing trek. But if you contact a freelance Guide then you get many problems they try to make a chit for a single woman. Therefore if you book guide porter with un agency then it is good safe your Holyday travel to Nepal.

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Notes : Payment should be made 35 % of total amount in advance. Full amount must be paid before start your trip. Cancellation should be made 48 hours before departure and 25% cancellation charge is applicable beside Tax, transportation, permits and others fixed expensive. In case of incomplete Trekking / Tour / Rafting / Climbing / Jungles safari / or others days due to the client own problem the amount of money paid not refundable. If clients want to do Trekking / Tour / Rafting / Climbing / Jungles safari / or others tours more than itinerary, they can pay after back from tour with per day basic but should be permission with our Guide.