Massive Kanchanjunga offer excellent photographic view of Everest, Makalu and Kanchanjanga itself. It is inhabited by few scattered population and is a real wilderness terrain of Nepal.Kanchanjunga is the second heighest mountain of Nepal with (8,586) mtr height. It's a virgin area for trekkers and natural lovers. Its lies in the extreme east of Nepal and to the northeast of Sikkim and Darjeeling [India]. This area is extremely suitable in spring with blooming rhododendron and varieties of other mountain flowers with super views of mountain ranges like Kanachanjunga, Janu, Nepal peak, Khabrudome, Rathong, Makalu and Everest from gufa pokhari and other ranges. Kanchanjunga sector is a bit tougher area than others and the trekkers are advised to trek in easier trail beforehand.
The weather in summer is full of monsoon rain and winters are cold. On the way we come across different settlements with varied cultures, different vegetation, varieties of wild animals and bird species. After four days trekking we do not find good villagers for marketing the necessaries. So, trekking are advised to be fully equipped on leaving for trek.There are two ways of approaches to this sector. Firstly, fly from Kathmandu to Suketar and back same way. Secondly, drive to Basantpur or end in Kabeli khola back to Kathmandu by local bus or reserve van.
Day 1: Arrival Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel & well come Diner.
Day 2: Sightseeing of Kathmandu and Bhaktapur city
Day 3: Kathmandu to Basantapur (1,822 m).
Day 4: Kathmandu to Basantapur (1,822 m).
Day 5: Basantapur to Chauki
Day 6: Chauki to Gupha Pokhari (2,940 m)
Day 7: Gupha Pokhari to Gorja Gaun.
Day 8: Gorja Gaun to Dovan
Day 9: Dovan to Mitlung
Day 10: Mitlung to Chiruwa
Day 11: Chiruwa to Shakathum.
Day 12: Shakathum to Amjilassa.
Day 13: Amjilassa to Gyapla .
Day 14: Gyapla to Ghunsa village.
Day 15: Ghunsa village to Khambachen.
Day 16: Khambachen to Lhonak (15,680 ft).
Day 17: Lhonak (15,680 ft).Trip to Pangpoma (16,900 ft).
Day 18: Rest day at the Pangpoma (16,900 ft).
Day 19: Today the trek crosses the pass and descends to Simbuwa Khola valley. The rout enters the valley at Tseram (12,190 ft) if Mirgin La crossed; otherwise it reaches to camp Ramche (14,000 ft) after crossing the Lapsnag La pass.
Day 20: Trip to Yalung Glacier - View the south face of Mt. Kanchanjunga from a chorten at about (15,000 ft) the trek turns backs to Ramche for lunch and descends Tseram (12,190 ft) for camping at night.
Day 21: Tseram to Yamphudin - The trail descends through the Rhododendron forest to Torantan at 9,800 ft. Then climbs again to cross Dubi Bhanjuang at 7,850 ft and descends to Yamphudun 5,360 ft the first village after Ghunsa inhabited by the mixed community of Sherpa, Limbues, Raies and Gurungs.
Day 22: Yamphudin to Ponphel - On this days the trail descends to Khola and ascend to Momenka Village at 5,630 ft.
Day 23: Ponphel to Pha Khola (4,350 ft) - The trails climbs to the ridge at 5,750 ft then begins to ascend through slide valleys and passes Phun-phun village to Keswa (6,120 ft) then continues to ascend to cross a Gurung settlement of Bhamjyang at (6,640 ft) and traverse a ridge to descend to Khunjari (5,250 ft) a Limbu village near Pha -Khola.
Day 24: Pha- Khola to Taplejung (7,450 ft) - The trail makes a steep climb through shimu village to Thembewa (5,830 ft) and continue to climb to Lali Kharka (6,960 ft) then crosses a Pass at (8,100 ft) the trail descends towards Teplejung Airport for camping overnight.
Day 25: Fly back to Kathmandu.
Day 26: Free Day in Kathmandu.
Day 27: Final Departure.