Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek which pronouns as”Kang-chen-zod-nga”, meaning “Five Great Treasuries Of The Snow”. This Kanchanjunga base camp trek actually has seven major summits. The major ethnic group inhabiting the Kanchenjunga region are the Limbus who along with Rais. They have earned respect as fearless infantry men-the “Gurkhas”. The route starts by approaching the north side of Kanchenjunga. From the start of the trek, you will see the Tent peak, Nepal peak, Cross peak. Finally, the Base Camp Kanchenjunga itself becomes visible
The Kanchenjunga Base Camp trek in Nepal’s far East is a spectacular, challenging, and untraveled destination. You will walk in through the interesting mid-hills from Tumlingtar and Chainpur. Then follow to the Tamar and Ghunsa River valleys to the North Base Camp at Pangpema. Then back south to Ghunsa and over either the Mirgin La or Lapsang La passes. Once over this pass, we visit the yak pastures of Ramche and Oktang where there are impressive views of the southwest face of Kanchenjunga. You’ll climb again, now on the south side of the massif, to the south Base Camp near Oktang. The Yalung glacier here is a bit tricky, so the South Base Camp has to be “conditions permitting”. Then south to Taplejung where the trek ends.
Kanchenjunga Base Camp trek is for real adventure trekkers who prefer tented trek rather than tea house. Tented Trekking to both Base Camps. The trails are demanding, and you make high ascents to two base camps and cross a difficult pass between them. Even the maps of the area are inaccurate. The great variety of people and cultures, terrains, flora, and fauna, plus the great mountains are is the specialty. As a result, making this an unbeatable program for the hardy and adventurous trekker.