Mt. Kanchenjunga is third highest Himalaya in the world after Everest and K2 standing tall at an altitude of 8586 meters above sea level. And this Kanchenjunga Trek allows you to experience this Himalaya along with its nature and surroundings in close proximity. It is actually an opportunity to explore the unexplored and travel through off the beaten trekking route at eastern Nepal. Mostly en-route, we always get great views of Himalayas above 8000 meters with neighboring peaks and this trek is also topographically diversified which makes it home to varied wildlife endangered species like musk deer, snow leopard, red panda and other habitats.
Among other few itineraries available to discover round Kanchenjunga, most feasible as well as best alternatives for this trek is beginning from Suketar then trek to Ghunsa and Kanchenjunga North Base Camp then retrace back to Ghunsa and traverse Sele Le Pass eventually explore south base camp at Ramche and descend to Birtamod instead of Suketar. The time required for encircling this circuit trek is 24 days but in total including Kathmandu sightseeing and preparations like taking permits will make it 27 days of exciting trekking adventure. Kanchenjunga Trek can be done entirely as a lodge trek in September-October- November and in March-April-May. Particularly at higher altitudes, some lodges gets closed at December, january and February.