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Kanchenjunga Circuit Trekking

$ 3250 P/P
Kanchenjunga Circuit Trekking

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Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek, one of the great adventure in Nepal that granting an incredible opportunity to experience different vegetation and fauna, remoteness, magnificent mountain landscapes, including nice local culture. The area located on the far eastern border between Nepal and Sikkim (India). Mount Kangchenjunga 8,586m (28170 ft) is the 3rd topmost peak on this planet, plus is seen as probably the most gorgeous mountain massifs on earth. The trekking trails run through kanchanjunga conservation Area, which was established in 1998. The entire region is equipped with diverse ecological regions, from the subtropical arena to frozen nature.

The term Kanchenjunga denotes ‘Five Treasures of the Fabulous Snow’ and that is in credit to the 5 summits which make up Kanchanjunga, is usually worshiped by the local people. Especially for a climber, it is restricted to ascend topmost point, they should stop just a few meters ahead of a summit and have to descend back to Base Camp. While on the trail, you will be able to notice several small communities their customs and tradition. Limbu, Rai, Sherpa, and Gurung are the main ethnic inhabitants in this zone. Hey, never miss the opportunity to test Tongba, a warm and soft local alcohol, which is offered in the brass ringed wooden pot.

The Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek (KCT) gets started from Suketar (Taplejung district), which is usually reachable by domestic plane, or alternatively, is also approachable by a roadway from Basantapur. The lengthy trek on a less populated route is somewhat plus point for us, with an original perception of life-style in Nepalese countryside and its eye-catching scenery. Initially, the path leads north-eastwards to Yalung Basecamp 4500 m. After that turns western side throughout a couple of passes and then keeps up to the Ghunsa where it climbs up to the Kanchenjunga Base Camp (5143 m) facing an amazing higher alpine surroundings. And then gets back southwest to Taplejung, the starting and final spot of the Kangchenjunga circuit trek.

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