Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek


USD 2287

Trip Duration

25 days

Trip Grade


Highest Altitude



Tea House, Hotel


Car, Van, Flight, jeep, bus

Group Size


Best Season

March-May, September-December

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek Introduction

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek, venturing to Kanchenjunga‘s north and south base camps, the world’s third-highest peak at 8,586m. This remote trek demands a good fitness level and some trekking experience, offering insights into local life and visits to the Ramtang and Oktang Monasteries.

Traversing through the diverse landscape of rivers, waterfalls, green meadows, rhododendrons, birch, and pine forests, the Yalung Glacier, and majestic mountains, trekkers experience the untamed beauty of the region. Kanchenjunga is located on the far eastern side of Nepal, near the border with Sikkim, India. Was once believed to be the world’s highest peak until the mid-1800s.

Closed to trekkers until the mid-1980s, the area is now protected by the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area, requiring a special trekking permit. The pristine flora and fauna of the region remain intact due to these restrictions.

In addition to the main peak, Kanchenjunga boasts four subsidiary summits exceeding 8,000m, including Kanchenjunga West (Yalung Kang), and around twenty peaks exceeding 7,000m. The region features five major glacial systems, enhancing the allure of the trek.

With the recent addition of the Kanchenjunga Circuit to the Great Himalayan Trail, tourism is increasing in this less-explored area. The emergence of more tea houses along the route, while positive for local communities, signals the need to experience the remote beauty of Kanchenjunga before it becomes a well-discovered/Crowded trekking destination in Nepal.


  • Explore the less traversed Eastern mountainous regions of Nepal
  • Walk past the popular glacial lakes in the region
  • Amazing time walking through the diverse flora and fauna
  • Meditate in Ramtang and Oktang Monasteries after your tiring walks
  • Have an amazing time on the lap of the giant peaks
  • Base Camp of Kanchanjangha itself
  • Culture & Hospitality of Rai & Lumbu community in Nepal

Outline Itinerary

  • Day 2: Kathmandu to Bhadrapur (Flight) to Ilam 1600M (Drive)
  • Day 3: ILam to Taplejung 1442M (Drive)
  • Day 4: Taplejung to Chirwa 1270M
  • Day 5: Chirwa to Lelep 1750M
  • Day 6: Lelep to Amjilosa 2308M
  • Day 7: Amjilosa to Gyabla 2730M
  • Day 8: Gyabla to Ghunsa 3590M
  • Day 9: Acclimatization Day
  • Day 10: Ghunsa to Kambachen 4050M
  • Day 11: Acclimatization Day
  • Day 12: Kambachen to Lhonak 4780M
  • Day 13: Day Trip to Kanchenjunga North Base Camp 5540M
  • Day 14: Lhonak to Ghunsa 3590M
  • Day 15: Ghunsa to Sele Le 3675M
  • Day 16: Sele Le to Cheram 3870M
  • Day 17: Day Trip to Kanchenjunga South Base Camp 4500M
  • Day 18: Cheram to Torongding 2995M
  • Day 19: Torongding to Yamphuding 1690M
  • Day 20: Yamphuding to Khebang 1532M
  • Day 21: Khebang to Khamdime
  • Day 22: Khamdime to Bhadrapur (Drive)
  • Day 23: Bhadrapur to Kathmandu (Flight)
  • Day 24:- Sightseeing exploration(city tour) in Kathmandu

Detailed Itinerary


We will come to pick you up at Kathmandu airport then transfer you to your hotel in Thamel Kathmandu, rest relax & recover from long flight jet lag. Evening 5 PM trip briefing & meeting with the guide for your Kanchanjangha Trekking.

Day 2: Kathmandu to Bhadrapur (Flight) to Ilam 1600M (Drive)

After breakfast, your guide will collect you from your hotel and accompany you to the airport. The short flight to Bhadrapur takes us over the Kathmandu Valley and surrounding hills and through some of the mountains Nepal is famous for. A kind of free mountain flight! On arrival in Bhadrapur, you will be driven to Ilam, the heart of the tea plantation area of the country.

Day 3: ILam to Taplejung 1442M (Drive)

After breakfast, you will drive for 4-5 hours through terraced fields and hills to reach beautiful Taplejung village where you spend the night. There will be time to explore the town after lunch. It is an interesting place with many Buddhist monasteries. At one of these monasteries, you can see butter lamps which have been burning continuously for over 400 years. A stream outside the monastery turns prayer wheels which send the mantra “Om Mane Padme Hung” to the heavens. 

Day 4: Taplejung to Chirwa 1270M

Today you will start your trek properly! It’s a long day of mainly downhill but we have a chance to catch our breath at the village of Sinwa on the banks of the Tamor River before continuing on. Beautiful walk along with river, villages & terraces. Stay at Chirwa

Day 5: Chirwa to Lelep 1750M

This is another long day of 7 hours of hiking. But as you pass through Tapethok we enter the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area valley. Here you have your permits checked before heading across the suspension bridge and ascent towards Lelep Village. stay at Lelpe

Day 6: Lelep to Amjilosa 2308M

Waterfalls and suspension bridges are part of the today’s trail. Plus you will come to the first Sherpa village on your trek where you stay overnight. The village of Amjilosa is mainly used when the yaks and sheep are in the pastures so very few families live here for full time of the year. Stay at Amjilosa

Day 7: Amjilosa to Gyabla 2730M

After the mountain breakfast, you head off through the different forests of pine, bamboo, rhododendron, and oak. You will notice the villages and people are becoming more Tibetan & Mongolian-like.

You also see yaks, sheep, and goats on the trail, not to mention a good variety of birdlife. After lunch, the trail takes us up through dense forest cover and over a wooden bridge onto Gyabla where we spend the night. Stay at Gyabla

Day 8: Gyabla to Ghunsa 3590M

Today the trail continues through forests and passes Phale Village which was a Tibetan refugee camp started decades ago when Tibetans started fleeing from the communist regime in China.

Today it is a winter settlement village. You will have time to visit the villages where there are some handicrafts for sale. You head to Ghunsa, the largest village in the area, one with a police station, health post, and a Kanchenjunga Conservation Area Office. Telephone and internet services are available here. Stay at Ghunsa

Day 9: Acclimatization Day

You are now at a higher altitude and aiming to go higher! So you take the opportunity to relax and acclimatize in Ghunsa. There is a monastery to explore and a ridge to climb.

From the ridge, there are views of Jannu Peak which is worth the 5 hours plus round trip. Should you wish to climb up the ridge – and we recommend this as it helps acclimatize our bodies –you will take a packed lunch with if you wish to go. Stay at Ghunsa again. 

Day 10: Ghunsa to Kambachen 4050M

Views of the Jannu Himal dominate the skyline today. Following a gentle upward path you come to a green glacier valley. Here you may be lucky to spot blue sheep, snow leopards & musk dear. The trail continues past a waterfall to a landslide-prone area where you take particular care. Arrive at Kambachen and stay overnight

Day 11: Acclimatization Day

Again you will take the chance to acclimatize your body to the high altitude and prepare for our visit to the North Base Camp. We can climb another ridge today where we get stunning views of Mt.  Kanchenjunga.

Day 12: Kambachen to Lhonak 4780M

Today the trail takes mainly over moraine from the Mt. Kanchenjunga Glacier. Walking uphill over large boulders there are wonderful views on both sides of us.

And as you are deep in Snow Leopard territory you will keep your eyes open for this rare animal! This is also an area of summer yak pastures but there are no settlements on the route. Stay at Lhonak

Day 13: Day Trip to Kanchenjunga North Base Camp 5540M

After a good breakfast, you will again set out across the moraine from the Kanchenjunga Glacier, gently climbing upwards. At Base Camp, you stand in awe of the surrounding mountains and drink up the atmosphere completed by Buddhist prayer flags fluttering in the wind. You sit here for some time to enjoy the tranquility and hot drinks and snacks! We return to Lhonak for the night.

Day 14: Lhonak to Ghunsa 3590M

Trekking over pebbles and moraine you will reach Kambachen Village for lunch before heading east along the Tamor River. Now the vegetation is greener as you again return to Ghunsa where we spend the night.

Day 15: Ghunsa to Sele Le 3675M

Today the trail takes you through a forest and along a grassy ridge from where you can see Ghunsa and Phole villages as well as Mt. Makalu in the distance.

Day 16: Sele Le to Cheram 3870M

Today you will start early in the morning towards the Kanchenjunga South Base Camp. Crossing the Sinion La pass (4,450m) the trail takes you along a ridge to Sinelapche La pass (4,830m).

From here the views of Mt Kanchenjunga and its valley are fantastic. You will descend along a small trail to Cheram, the only settlement to find on this route. We overnight stay.

Day 17: Day Trip to Kanchenjunga South Base Camp 4500M

Today your trek to Ramche where you stop for lunch before walking on for around 40 minutes to reach Kanchenjunga South Base Camp. The Base Camp is right on the edge of the glacier and surrounded by Tibetan prayer flags. You will return the same way we came to overnight at Cheram.

Day 18: Cheram to Torongding 2995M

Today the trail is mostly downhill through a gorge. But the final section is a steep uphill over an area prone to landslides and through forests. There are no settlements until you reach Torongding, where there are a few teahouses to stay overnight.

Day 19: Torongding to Yamphuding 1690M

After breakfast, you will head off downhill and then it turns to a steep and long uphill hike. You pass over a landslide-prone area leading to Lasiya Bhanjyang where there is one teashop where you can stop for lunch. Then the trail takes a steep downhill through more forests until you reach the big village of Yamphuding. Stay at Yamphuding

Day 20: Yamphuding to Khebang 1532M

The walking is much easier now you are back at a lower altitude. You find interesting villages and terraced fields on our route. Continue to Khebang where we stay overnight.

Day 21: Khebang to Khamdime

After breakfast, you will be on the trail for the whole day long. This is the final day of your hiking hike through the villages, people, terraces & hills arrive at Khamdime and stay here overnight

Day 22: Khamdime to Bhadrapur (Drive)

Today you will have a long drive to the airport city of Bhadrapur. Time to reflect on the wonderful sights you have seen and rest your tired legs! Arrive in Bhadrapur rest well then join the evening you can enjoy a hearty dinner with perhaps some beer and relax in a comfortable hotel for the night!

Day 23: Bhadrapur to Kathmandu (Flight)

After breakfast. The short flight to Kathmandu takes off you can again enjoy the views of the surrounding hill and through some of the mountain ranges. A kind of free mountain flight again! Arrive at your hotel in Kathmandu rest then join farewell dinner in the evening.

Day 24:- Sightseeing exploration(city tour) in Kathmandu

Today is the exploration of the city of temples, gods, culture, art, architecture, and traditional capital city of this Himalayan country. Out of the 10 World Heritage Sites, 7 of them are inside this beautiful capital city making the highest density of UNESCO World Heritage sites, As visiting all of these historic and religious landmarks in a single day is not possible, you will explore 3-4 of these magnificent marvels in this day. Visiting Swyambhunath Temple(Monkey temple), Patan Durbar Square, Pashupatinath temple & Bouddhanath Stupa.


It’s your last day in Nepal! Grab some breakfast, and then take in some last-minute shopping in Kathmandu. We’ll make sure you arrive at Kathmandu International Airport with plenty of time before your flight home. At this time, we’ll say we see you again and bid you farewell, armed with warm memories and gorgeous photos to show your loved ones. 


  • A professional trekking guide & necessary no of porters (2:1) with their salary, meal, accommodation, transportation & insurance
  • Simple tea houses in trekking with 3 times of meal (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) with 3 cup of tea each meal. 
  • Necessary permits like TIMS card, Conservation area permit, restricted area permit & Rural Municipality fees.
  • Kathmandu Bhadrapur Kathmandu flight
  • Bhadrapur Taplejung and Khamdime Bhadrapur local bus
  • Three star category hotel in Kathmandu on twin sharing (BB) basis
  • All ground transportation like pick up drop (domestic/Intl both)
  • Guided city tour in UNESCO sites in Kathmandu
  • Group First aid kit box with an oximeter
  • Government licensed Guide on the Trekking & City.


  • All Kind of beverages
  • All extra expenses such as shopping/trekking gears.
  • International flights
  • Private Jeep (Optional)
  • All kinds of beverages 
  • Extra facilities during the trip like hot shower, charging, internet laundry etc.
  • City entrance fee in Kathmandu
  • Travel Insurance (Must get one)
  • Early arrival/ late departure from or to Kathmandu 
  • Or the thing not mentioned above
  • The cost is raised by unforeseen circumstances like political disturbance, strikes, natural disasters, cancelation of flights bad weather, etc.

Trip Map

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek Gear Lists


1)      Trekking Trousers

2)      Trekking shirts

3)      Inner Thermals(Top/bottom)

4)      Breathable Underwear

5)      Fleece Jacket

6)      Windproof jacket

7)      Dawn jacket

8)      Trekking Towel

Head Gears

1)      Sun Hat

2)      Head Band

3)      Buff (snood)

Hand Gear

1)      Inner Gloves

2)      Outer Gloves

Foot Gears

1)      Hiking Boots

2)      Hiking shocks

3)      Thermal shocks

4)      Gaiters


1)      Duffle Bag*

2)      Backpack (rucksack for day pack)

3)      A few Ziploc/waterproof bags


1)      Sleeping Ba

2)      Sleeping bag liner (if you rent)

3)      Trekking Pole

4)      Sunglasses

5)      Water bottle or Hydration Bladder

6)      Headlamps

7)      Camera/video camera

8)      Water purification tablets*/ filters/ UV light/ staripin

9)      Diamox/Dzolamode

10)    Sunscreens

11)    Toiletries

12)    If you take any Specific medicine



Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek Permit Information

  1. Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek Permit Information

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek for Beginners

  1. Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek for Beginners

Comprehensive Guide to Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

  1. Trekking DayWhile you are Trekking to Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek you will stay in Tea Houses (Basic Lodges that provide accommodation & Food), You will have a nice descent Tea House During the Trek to Everest Base Camp, before your departure to Trekking you will need to pack your trekking bag before your breakfast in Tea House, as porters will set off early. After breakfast we need to walk approximately 3-4 hours for lunchtime, some time in some places it takes even longer,  After a relaxing lunch, you typically spend around 2-3 hours or more sometimes on the trail before reaching your Tea House (Overnight Stay Place). Throughout the day, you will take frequent rest breaks and take time to admire the fascinating mountain views. You take plenty of pictures of yourself with the incredibly panoramic mountains of the Everest Region, Farmlands, Terraces, locals,  Rivers, landscapes, Buddhist prayer flags, temples, shrines, cairns, monasteries, Stone Mani walls  & many different heard of Mules & Yaks. Etc. Once you arrive at your tea house, you check in at your hotel & order your dinner around 5 pm so they will have some time to prepare your dinner as the tea houses are very busy during the peak seasons. You take some rest and Dinner is generally around 6- 7 pm. After your dinner, your Trip Leader will give you a briefing for tomorrow’s trip like what time you are starting, what time you are waking, breakfast, stops, temperatures & general insight into the day so you are prepared for the day after the commentary season your crew will take your breakfast order for tomorrow. Now your bedtime!Day Pack You need to carry your day pack for your essential items like a water bottle, wallet, medicine (if you have any), camera, sun scream, etc. Your guide will let you know every evening after dinner about any extra items you will need for the following day. If you have a comfortable day pack your load will only be a few kilograms and hardly noticeable. You are carrying it because you may not see your porter during the trekking hours. After all, he is carrying the big loads & his pace might be different than the rest of the group.


    During your stay In Kathmandu descent Breakfast will be provided in the Hotel you are staying but during the trek, you will have three meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner), Every Tea House has its menu so you can order menu food items but if you are traveling in a group we request you to select from few different options as it is difficult sometimes when 20 people order 20 different verity of food in the mountain as they are basic.


    Your Accommodation in Kathmandu will be provided deluxe room with private facilities on Breakfast basic. During the Trekking you will have Basic Descent Tea House which is a basic (normal) standard.  Normally they have Clean Comfortable Twin sharing Rooms & can be arranged single supplement room for an additional cost. Hot Showers are available in some places but they will charge directly to clients when they ask for a hot shower.

    Bathrooms in the Everest region are pretty good most of the places & tea houses have clean western toilets. All the Toilets/bathrooms are built inside the same building but only very few are inside the room (Attached). To book the Attached ones we need prior bookings & also availability. Happy Mountain Nepal is always here to book the best accommodations in your Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek.


    Transportation in Kathmandu Valley will be with private transportation like Cars, vans, or buses depending upon the group size. In the trekking region, transportation means is hiking and in some cases, Yaks/horses and donkeys are used for baggage carriage. In this trekking route, hiking is the major means of transportation while your baggage will be carried by porters.

    On your journey to Everest Base Camp Trekking, Landing & taking off from the Lukla Airport are the most important attractions these days as lots of people want to experience this unique airport & you are also Landing & taking off from the Lukla airport on a short twin otter flight (Fixed Wings)

    Trekking Staff

    The Trip Leader/ Guide is in overall in charge of the trek and looking after you. This is the person you should go to with all problems, concerns, and questions. All our guides are well-trained in all aspects of trekking, conservation, high-altitude medicine, and first-aid and emergency procedures. They are professionals selected for their knowledge and passion for Nepal and its people. We are hiring a local porter from Lukla as we empower the local community. Your field staff is extremely powerful to carry your bags & assist you on your journey to Everest Base Camp.

    Grading of EBC

    Everest Base Camp Trek is an Adventure Trekking in Nepal you must have well fitness level and be well prepared, before you come to Everest Base Camp Trekking it’s much better to go Swimming, Cycling, or walking every day 4 km or take the stairs instead of an elevator. Remember that no trek in the Himalayas is a stroll as all treks involve going up and down at altitude and that altitude affects everyone differently.


    It is better to bring the USD to Nepal because you can change it everywhere easily. You can exchange enough money for Nepalese Rupees to last the entire time of your trek before leaving Kathmandu. You can find the money exchange counters near your hotel and also get on trekking trails but they will take more commission. You have an option for withdrawing your cash on the ATMs in Kathmandu but they have limited transactions only & sometimes it may not work that easy as you have to get permission from your bank to use your card in a foreign land.


    Tipping is a personal and voluntary matter and tips are not included in the trip price, but those who will be working on this lifetime journey of EBC are expecting some tips as a measure of happiness/success to their Clint. You can directly reward them for their big support for your journey. Tipping has no limitation on specific rates so you can give tips as much as you like if they make you happy with your trip.


    It is an important part of the trip. Your Travel insurance is not included in the trip price. Your travel insurance must provide coverage against personal accident, medical expenses, emergency evacuation and repatriation (including helicopter evacuation), and personal liability. It includes trekking crews and also against personal accidents the company will have field staff Insurance for emergencies.


    There are no specific health-related requirements for travel to Nepal. However, for the trekking in the Himalayas, you are in excellent health with average physical fitness and have a positive attitude, self-confidence, and strong determination, you can accomplish this trek but you should consult your doctor for up-to-date information regarding vaccinations, high altitude medication and medications for any reasonably foreseeable illnesses whilst traveling in Nepal. Some parts of trekking have a small health post for emergency treatment with limited equipment, limited health workers, and medication. (Himalayan Rescue Associations) Be aware that some drugs, including anti-malarial, have side effects at altitude. Please discuss this carefully with your doctor.
    Be aware that you will be in remote areas and away from medical facilities for some time during this trip. We strongly recommend that you carry a personal First Aid kit as well as sufficient quantities of any personal medical requirements (including a spare pair of glasses). Happy Mountain Nepal Field crew will also have a comprehensive first-aid kit through the EBC trek.

    High Altitude Sickness

    AMS (acute mountain sickness) is a serious issue. It is the result of the failure of the body to adapt to high altitude and can affect anyone, regardless of age or fitness. It usually occurs above 2,500 meters and the likelihood of being affected increases as you ascend. The way to reduce the effects of altitude is to ascend slowly, 300-500 meters per day above 3,000 meters until you have acclimatized. Poor acclimatization results in headache, nausea, sleeplessness, difficulty breathing, and swelling of fingers and glands. The only cure for AMS is to descend to a lower altitude and your guide’s decision on this matter is final. When you are planning to trek above 3,000 meters we recommend not walking faster. Walking slowly, drinking plenty of fluids, proper acclimatization is crucial. If you get altitude sickness or any health-related symptoms please consult with your guide/trip leader to go down at least 500 meters to recover.

    Important Note:

    During the very Peak season, the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal has announced an air congestion issue in Kathmandu Airport for the flight operation to Lukla from Kathmandu. Most of the flights to Lukla will commence from Ramechhap Airport until further notice. The airport in Ramechhap is located 130km east of Kathmandu (approximately 4-5 hours drive).


Benefits of Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek trek with Happy Mountain

  1. Benefits of Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trektrek with Happy Mountain

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek?
The Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is an adventurous journey that takes trekkers to the base camp of Mount Kanchenjunga, the third highest mountain in the world. The trek offers stunning views of the Himalayas, diverse landscapes, and cultural insights into the remote regions of eastern Nepal.
How long does the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek take?
The duration of the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek typically ranges from 20 to 25 days, depending on the chosen itinerary and trekking route. This duration includes trekking days, acclimatization stops, and exploration of the region.
What is the best time to do the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek?
The best time to undertake the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is during the pre-monsoon (spring) season from March to May and the post-monsoon (autumn) season from September to November. During these months, the weather is generally favorable with clear skies and mild temperatures, making it ideal for trekking.
Is prior trekking experience required for the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek?
While prior trekking experience is beneficial, it is not mandatory for the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek. However, participants should have a good level of physical fitness and be prepared for long hours of trekking in rugged terrain and high altitudes.
What permits are required for the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek?
Trekkers need to obtain a special trekking permit for the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area Project (KCAP) and a restricted area permit from the Nepalese government to undertake the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek. These permits are usually arranged by trekking agencies.
What is the accommodation like during the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek?
Accommodation during the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek includes teahouses, guesthouses, and camping. In lower altitudes, trekkers can stay in teahouses and guesthouses operated by local communities. In more remote areas, camping is the primary accommodation option.
How challenging is the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek?
The Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is considered to be challenging due to its remote location, rugged terrain, and high altitudes. Trekkers should be prepared for long and strenuous hiking days, steep ascents and descents, and variable weather conditions.
What are some highlights of the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek?
Some highlights of the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek include breathtaking views of Mount Kanchenjunga and other peaks in the region, encounters with diverse flora and fauna, exploration of remote villages and cultures, and crossing high mountain passes.
Is altitude sickness a concern during the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek?
Yes, altitude sickness is a potential concern during the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek due to the high altitudes reached along the route. It is essential for trekkers to acclimatize properly, stay hydrated, and be aware of the symptoms of altitude sickness to ensure a safe and enjoyable trekking experience.
Do I need a guide or porter for the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek?
While it is not mandatory to have a guide or porter for the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek, it is highly recommended, especially for those who are not familiar with the terrain, language, and culture of the region. A guide or porter can enhance safety, provide valuable insights, and assist with navigation and logistics during the trek.


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