Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

Cost per PorterUSD 200
Trek CostUSD 2200.00
  • Duration27 Days
  • LanguageEnglish
  • Elevation

Tour Highlights

Kanchenjunga is the third tallest peak across the world. Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek takes you for a trekking journey to Eastern Nepal where you can explore the amazing mountainous terrain and scenic natural beauty. It is a popular belief that the gods reside in this Himalayan peak. This region i...

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Included & Excluded

    • Airport and hotel pickup and drop off facility via private vehicle
    • Sightseeing tour accompanied by a guide at Kathmandu via private vehicle
    • Accommodation facility at a three-star hotel at Kathmandu inclusive of breakfast (For four nights)
    • Accommodation facility at a guesthouse at Biratnagar inclusive of breakfast (For a single night)
    • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner while trekking prepared by the culinary staffs
    • Accommodation facility in a tented camp for 24 days/23 nights (covers dining tents, kitchen gear, chair, toilet tents, dining table, water, and windproof tents on twin sharing basis and kitchen team)
    • Licensed English speaking guide while trekking
    • Porter and trekking staff to help you with your baggage (1 porter= two guests)
    • Food, lodge, transport, insurance, medication, salary and equipment for staffs
    • Important permit and fees
    • Sleeping bag and down jacket (Required to be returned at the end of the trek)
    • Airfare for Kathmandu-Biratnagar-Kathmandu along with Biratnagar-Suketar-Biratnagar (includes airport departure tax)
    • Duffel or kit bag, and a sun hat (free)
    • Entry fee for sightseeing sites or monuments
    • Farewell dinner with Nepalese cuisine alongside cultural shows
    • Government taxes, VAT, and service charges
    • All official expenses

Good To Know

Given that you are hiking in a region with a diverse culture and environment, there is some consideration for this trekking journey.


  • Greet and smile to the locals by saying “Namaste” or “Tashidelek”
  • Be well aware to make yourself either to walk in ...

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