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Kangchenjunga North & South Base Camp Trek
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Kangchenjunga North & South Base Camp Trek
Activity: Trekking, hiking, walking
Starting from:  Suketar
Ending at: Suketar
Grade:Moderate to Strenuous/High Alpine passes
Highest access of the trek: Pangpema(5150m-Kangchenjunga North Base Camp
Culture: Mixed
Himalayan sights: Kangchenjunga all & Makalu Himal etc…
Mode of trekking: Camping only
Most attraction of the trek: A challenging special trekking remote eastern Nepal with Himalayan view
Departures: March |April| May |September |October |November

The Kanchanjunga massif with its myriad glacier systems, high pass crossings and vast untracked foothills offers the opportunity for almost endless exploration. Kangchenjunga North & South Base Camp Trek is best in early autumn or late spring. We ascend from Hille through terraced fields and through rhododendron forest to the high Milke Danda ridge (4500m). There are fine views of four of the world’s highest peaks Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8516m), Makalu (8463m) and Kanchanjunga (8537m). From Taplejung village our route takes us up and over the 3484m pass at Lashi tan to remarkable view point Khumbakarna and Kabru (7310m) tower over us just short distance away across the Yalung glacier. The Peaks of the Kanchanjunga massif are our constant companion as we cross several passes to Gunsa village and descend the valley and take a west ward trail back to Taplejung and fly to Kathmandu.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Days Outline itinerary
1 Arrival Kathmandu, meet and transfer to hotel
2 Fly Kathmandu to Biratnagar (700 m) – Free afternoon.
3 Fly to Suketar (2400m), Taplejung– meet trek staff – Trek to Chhirwa (1180m)– 3-4 h walk.
4 Trek Sekathom (1600m). Approx 5-6h walk.
5 Trek to Amjelesha (2340 m). Approx 6h walk.
6 Trek to Gyapla (2730m). Approx 6 h walk.
7 Trek to Ghunsa (3300 m). Approx 5h walk.
8 Rest in Ghunsa,
9 Trek to Khambachen (3930 m). Approx 5h walk. 
10 Trek to Lhonak (4580 m). 3hrs walk.
11 Trek to Pang pema (4903 m) / Kangchenjunag North Base camp. 
12 Camp d’altitude (5800 m). Approx 3-4h walk.
13 Ascension Pang Pema Peak East (6100 m) – Back to Lhonak (4580 m)  Approx 8-12h walk.  
14 Trek to Khambachen (3930 m). 4hrs.
15 Trek to Ghunsa (3300 m). 2-3hrs.
16 Trek to Selele. 5hrs walk
17 Cross Simion La (4600 m), Mirgin La (4620 m) to Tseram. 6hrs walk.
18 Trek to Ramche (4290 m). 4-5hrs walk
19 At Ramche, explore around the Kangchenjunga South Base camp area and return to Ramche for Overnight stay.
20 Lunch at Tseram (3750 m) and return to Torongdang. 5-6h walk. 
21 Trek to Yamphuding (1710 m) 7 hrs walk..
22 Trek to Pumphe. 5-6hr walk.
23 Trek to Kade Bhanjyang. Approx 5h walk. 
24 Trek to Lalikharka. 5h walk.
25 Trek to Suketar – Last night with the trekking staff and porters. Approx 3h walk.
26 Fly morning flight Taplejung-Biratnagar & connection flight to Kathmandu via Biratnagar. Approx 2h flight.
27 At leisure in Kathmandu / independent activities.
28 Transfer to airport for onward departure flight.

 


EXTENSION IDEAS
While in Nepal there are various interesting and exciting options to pursue either before or after your trek or tour.

Everest Mountain Flight-After trekking in the region why not take the opportunity for a close-up view of the world's highest and most famous mountain from the air! The flight lasts about an hour and takes you from the Kathmandu valley, over the Khumbu region and culminates with the unforgettable view of Everest herself.

Exciting option of Rafting & Chitwan National park–One of the oldest and popular National Park in Nepal and in whole Asia, one can find more than 43 species of mammals in the park. The park is especially renowned for the endangered one-horned Rhinoceros, the Royal Bengal Tiger and the fresh water Gharial Crocodile along with many other common species mammals, reptiles and over 450 species of birds. You can take an extension trip from 2 to 4 days.

Bungy Jumping-Imaging a bridge over a 160m from tropical gorge with the Bhote Koshi, one of the world’s wildest rivers raging below…Now Jump.

This may be the most spectacular Bungy Jump on the planet. This remarkable 500ft. (160m) drop into the Bhote Koshi River gorge on the Nepal / Tibet border is the longest free fall in the world.

A drive of 3 hours (100km) from Kathmandu to within 12 km of the Tibet border to reach the Ultimate Bungy Jump spot. The unlimited Bungy Jump takes place on a 166m wide steel suspension bridge over the Bhote Koshi River, altitude about 3600ft.

Nagarkot- The ridge (2174 m) offers possibly the best display of the Himalaya including if you are lucky, a glimpse of a dark shape in the back that is Everest - while remaining in the proximity of the valley. Sunrise view from here is truly magnificent.

Dhulikhel- The small quiet town, known for its traditional crafts, lies 30 km east of Kathmandu at an altitude of 1470 m. Climb a little to see the mountains, from Cho Oyu in the east to Himalchuli in the west. It is a small Newari town where ancient cultures are still religiously maintained. It’s easy access, stunning sunsets and the many side treks make it a popular destination.

Please Note: If you want to extend your stay in Nepal it is essential we are informed as soon as possible after your booking.

Trekking Gear list
Suggested Trekking Gear List for  Kangchenjunga North & South Base Camp Trek
•    1 Sleeping Bag rated -15° -25°
•    1 Woolen warm hat
•    1 Good sun hat
•    Neck gaiter
•    Suns creams
•    Lips creams
•    1 pair of flee heavy wool mitts.
•    1 pair of fleece/ wind stopper glove
•    1 Fleece jacket
•    4 T-shirts
•    2 Cotton pants or trekking pants
•    1 Pile jacket
•    1 wind proof jacket (Goretex)
•    3-4 pieces of regular lightweight underwear.
•    2 Long underwear
•    2 Long-sleeved shirts
•    1 light Down Jacket
•    1 Light hiking good quality probably waterproof boots or trekking shoes
•    1 pair of sandle or Sport shoes or low top shoes.
•    3 pair of socks.
•    Some lightweight socks
•    1 pair of Ski or trekking poles (Optional)
•    Camera gear
•    1 Water bottle
•    Sun glasses
•    1 Daypack (34 liter)
•    Compressions stuff sacks
•    2 Trash Compactor bags
•    1 Headlamp with spare batteries and bulbs.
•    1 Swiss Army knife. Simple medium sized.
•    1 Large duffle bags with lock

Heath Consideration / Medicine
Though our Sherpa Guide/Leader will carry a comprehensive medical kit for purpose of using (especially for staffs)  during the Kangchenjunga North & South Base Camp Trek period, you should carry your personal medication as prescribed by your doctor. Or a Personal Medical Kit as: Diamox 250mg, Antibiotics, anti-fungal skin application, Allergy Inflammation & Itch, Antiseptic, Disinfectant for water, Diarrheal, Antibiotic drops or ointment for eye and ear, Indigestion, Nausea and Vomitting,, Painkillers, Oral Rehydration Solution, Dressing and Would Cares.

At an Emergency
We are prepared for any emergency situation during your trip anywhere in Nepal. Our Trek guide / Sirdar is trained in first aid and can deal with most of the basic ailments that are associated with this trek, but when a serious emergency occurs, then outside help is needed and such rescues are expensive therefore every trek member should have his or her own insurance arranged before coming to Nepal through a reliable insurance company right from the home country covering against Search & Rescue evacuation, hospitalization, loss and theft of goods, life insurance etc…We ask each member’s Insurance policy reference before leaving for trek from Kathmandu. All our staffs, guides and porters are well insured.  

Immunization    
At least six weeks before the departure for Kangchenjunga North & South Base Camp Trek you will need to consult your doctor to work out an immunization schedules relevant to the Himalayas. You should normally be immunized against Tetanus, Polio, Hepatitis A, Cholera, though you must also contact your doctor for necessary immunization details.

Dental Checks
It is most important that you have a through dental examination before commencing the Kangchenjunga North & South Base Camp Trek and have any necessary treatment carried out. Dental treatment on the mountain is likely to be drastic and traumatic!

More detailed information regarding Kangchenjunga North & South Base Camp Trek gear list and other information will be provided upon confirmation of the trip.

HAVE A PLEASANT TREKKING IN THE HIMALAYAS!!!

All Kangchenjunga North & South Base Camp Trek © South Asia Trekking

 

 

Day 1:    Arrive Kathmandu & transfer to hotel
Day 2:   Fly Kathmandu/Biratnagar (70m / 230ft), meet our representative & transfer to hotel.
Day 3:   Fly Fly Biratnaagar/Taplejung (1,787m / 5,863ft). and trek to Tambawa
Day 4:  Trek to Khesewa
Day 5:    Trek to Mamankhe
Day 6:    Trek to Yamphuding
Day 7:    Trek to Omjekhola
Day 8:    Trek to Torongtang
Day 9:    Trek to Tseram
Day 10:    Rest day at Tseram.
Day 11:    Trek to Ramche.
Day 12:    Trek to Oktang, and return to Labsang (4,430m)
Day 13:    Cross the Mirgin La, and the Sinwa La
Day 14:   Descend to Ghunsa.
Day 15:    Trek to Kambachen.
Day 16:    Rest day at Kambachen.  
Day 17:    Trek to Lhonak
Day 18:    Trek to Pangpema
Day 19:    Return trek to Kambachen
Day 20:    Trek to Ghunsa
Day 21:    Trek to Thyanyam
Day 22:    Trek to Sakathom
Day 23:    Trek to Chhirwa
Day 24:    Trek to Phurumba
Day 25:    Trek to Taplejung.  
Day 26:    Fly Taplejung/Biratnagar/Kathmandu, meet our representative & transfer to hotel  
Day 27:    At leisure in Kathmandu  
Day 28:    Transfer to airport for final departure.

Cost Includes

•    Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu on twin sharing bed & breakfast basis,
•    Internal flight tickets,
•    All necessary permits,
•    Professional Sherpa Guide (Sirdar) backed by full crew staffs & porters,
•    Daily wages, insurance, cloth, food, shelter of staffs and porters,
•    Three meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) during entire trip,
•    Transport of all food supply & equipments from the trip starting point to the ending point as per itinerary,
•    Airport-hotel-airport transfers,
•    First Aid Medical Kit (only for staffs),
•    O2 or hyperbaric chamber for emergency use,
•    Emergency helicopter rescue evacuation arrangements,


Cost Excludes

•    Air travel to/from Nepal,
•    Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu,
•    Soft/hard drinks, laundry, postage, telephone bills, all items of personal nature,
•    Personal clothing, insurance against accidental, medical and emergency rescue evacuations,
•    Respective expenses if one returns earlier from the trip due to sickness or emergency purpose.

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