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Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

22 Days

Fixed Departure Dates for Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek in 2024 and 2025

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Kanchenjunga Base Camp trek or Kanchenjunga Circuit trek passes through the north and south Kanchenjunga Base Camps and provides a tranquil and authentic experience in comparison to the often crowded, more well-known treks.

  • 22 Days
  • Streneous
  • 12 People max
  • Internal Flight and Private Local Jeep
  • Spring and Autumn
  • 5143m/16843ft
  • Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu.
  • All year around.

Overview

Now you can experience one of the most exciting journeys in Nepal, the “Kanchenjunga Trek”.

On this Kanchejunga Base Camp trek, covering both the northern and southern base camps, we are trekking for 15 days in the Kangchenjunga Conservation Area. This area is a haven for biodiversity, boasting a wide variety of plants and animals.

The government of Nepal recognized its ecological importance by labeling it a “Gift to Earth” in 1997. The area is home to the elusive Snow Leopard, as well as other majestic creatures like the grey wolf, common leopard, and brown bear.

Kanchenjunga also known as Kangchenjunga is located on the eastern border of Nepal in what was a fairly remote area that was only accessible to climbers who were willing to camp.

Now that affordable teahouses have opened up, this area is available to trekking enthusiasts.

Kanchenjunga will appeal to anyone looking for a challenging trek visited by few other.

It is a more tranquil and authentic experience in comparison to the often crowded more well-known treks.

Overview
Total number of days: 22 days

Level of Difficulty: Strenuous, 15 days trekking

Accommodation: 4 nights in a hotel, 18 nights in teahouses. Teahouses are pretty basic.

Maximum Group Size: 12

While this trek is not the most difficult in the area, it is challenging due to the fact that the trail is narrow, and the accommodations can be primitive at times. However, if you are searching for an authentic experience, you have found the right trek.One interesting aspect of the journey is that for a number of days, you will climb to a height but return to a lower level to sleep. This assists your body acclimatize to the changing conditions.
From your arrival to flying home, for all of the 22 days, you will be immersed in the spirit of Nepal. Enjoy!

“Breathtakingly Stunning” is the word that comes to mind to describe what awaits you.

Exquisite Himalayan scenes, old growth forests, primitive wildlife expanses, one of a kind cultural experiences and the warm welcome from the native peoples of the area.

The walk starts by approaching the northern side of Kanchenjunga making your way to the North Base camp.

Upon reaching Pangpema the trek returns as far as Ghunsa to then cross the Mirgin La Pass to the southern side of the mountain.

On this side you journey through the Yak pastures of Oktang and Ramche making your way to the South Base Camp.

Your Kanchenjunga Trek Highlights

  • On route to the North and South Kanchenjunga Base camps you will be amazed by the breathtaking views
  • Kanchenjunga is the world’s third highest peak at 8,586 meters, expect the unimaginable from this great height
  • Travel through a range of climate zones from subtropical jungle valleys, to rhododendron vistas to the alpine meadows that are devoid of any trees to rugged moraine and glaciers
  • Grasp an understanding of the unique wildlife: Himalayan Black Bear, Blue Sheep, Snow Leopard and the Red Panda.
  • Be immersed in the warmth of the hospitality of the local inhabitants of this mountain region.
  • Learn about the cultures of the Chhetri, Rai, Limbu, Gurung, Sherpa and Tibetan
  • Establish life-long friendships with other trekkers on your journey.

Kangchenjunga North and South Base Camp Trek brief itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,345m/ 4412ft), transfer to hotel.
Day 2: Exploration of Kathmandu including sightseeing of Pashupatinath, Boudhanath Stupa, Swaymbhunath and Patan Durbar Square.
Day 3: Fly to Bhadrapur (45 minutes flight), drive for 6 hours to Fidim (1270m/4166ft)
Day 4: Drive to Sukethum (1585m/5200ft) via Taplenjung (1820m/5971ft)- 8-hour drive
Day 5: Trek to Amjilapsa (aka Amjilosa) (2395m/7857ft)- 5 to 6-hour walk
Day 6: Trek via Thyanyani  to Gyabla (2730m/8956ft) – 5-hour walk
Day 7: Trek to Ghunsa (3427m/11243ft) – 4-hour walk
Day 8: Exploration/ Acclimatization Day at Ghunsa
Day 9: Trek to Khangpachen (aka Kambachen) (4050m/13287ft)-5-hour walk
Day 10: Trek to Lhonak (4780m/15682ft) – 4 to 5-hour walk
Day 11: Trek to Pangpema (5143m/16843ft), the Northern Base Camp of Kanchenjunga, return to Lhonak – 7-hour walk
Day 12: Trek to Ghunsa (3427m/11243ft) -6-hour walk
Day 13: Trek to Selele Phedi (4200m/13779ft)- 4.5-hour walk
Day 14: Trek to Tseram (AkA Sheram) (3870m/12696ft)- 6-hour walk,
Day 15: Trek to Ramche (aka Ramchaur) (4580m/15026ft). About 4-hour walk
Day 16: Ramche to Okhang (AKA Okhordung) base camp (4730m/15518ft) and back to Tseram 5-7 hours
Day 17: Tseram to Torangdin (AKA Tortong) (2995m/9826ft) 4-5 hours
Day 18: Torangdin (Tortong) to Ysasang (2144m/7034ft) 5-6 hours
Day 19: Ysasang to Hellok (1740m/5708ft) and jeep to Taplejung (1820m/5971ft) 2-3 hours of walk / Hellok to taplejung drive about 4.5 hours.
Day 20: Taplejung to Bhadrapur airport and fly back to KTM
Day 21: Free day in Kathmandu / works as buffer day / rest day
Day 22: Departure / Fly Home

Itinerary

You will be met by one of our representatives and then be transferred to your 3-star hotel to enjoy a meal (by your arrangement) and an evening of rest from your flight. If you have the desire, after dinner you can roam the Thamel neighborhood close to your hotel to take in the local atmosphere.

Remember to update us of your travel details, especially if changes do occur, so we can arrange the pick-up to meet your schedule.

Accommodation: Hotel.

Meals: Today’s meals are by your own arrangements.

Elevation:   1,345m/ 4412ft.

This is your free day to get acquainted with your new setting. First we will organize your trekking permits. We require to view your insurance and original passport. Then it is time to tour the city and do any last minute shopping. Overnight at your Hotel. Meals are by your arrangement.

Highlights of the Area:Pashupatinath, Boudhanath Stupa, Swaymbhunath and Patan Durbar Square, cultural and historical sights of the Kathmandu Valley.

Accommodation:Hotel

Meals: Breakfast at your hotel is included. All other meals are by your own arrangements.

Elevation:   1,345m/ 4412ft.

Breakfast

Enjoy a morning flight to Bhadreapur and then a  six hours jeep ride to Fidim (AKA Phidim).

Accommodation: Lodge.

Meals: Full board meals included.

Elevation:  1270m/4166ft.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We drive for about 8 hours passing various landscape,  passthe steeper Ghunsa Khola Valley into the Tibetan village of Sekhathum. The landscape is gradually changing from river valley taking on some of the characteristics of the high Himalaya. If it is a clear day, you can distinguish Mount Jannu beyond the Ghunsa Valley.

Elevation Reached:1,660 m/ 5446 ft

Road condition: Mostly off-road, quite a adventure today.

Views: Mountain Jannu, on a clear day

Highlights:Yak farms, at these lower levels the animals are a cross between the yak and a domestic cow

What to See:Keep an eye out for the red panda which frequents the bamboo areas

Accommodation: Teahouse

Meals: Full board.

Elevation: 1820m/5971ft

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

This morning, you will cross over another suspension bridge over the Ghunsa River near Sekathum. The path enters a dense forest where the trail can be steep and narrow. But the scenery is worth it. This gorge is breathtaking.  Lunch is at a lodge in Solima. In the afternoon you will follow the switchback trail to a high elevation at AmjiLapsa.

Difficulty of Walk: Moderate, some steep areas

Elevation Reached:2,500 m/ 8235 ft

Terrain:River gorge, beginning of mountainous terrain

Views:Stunning river gorge

What to See: Changing foliage into that of the Himalayan alpine region

Accommodation: Teahouse

Meals: Full board.

Elevation:2395m/7857ft

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

This morning the walk is through the rich bamboo, oak and rhododendron forests and then on to a small ridge.  In the place known as Thyanyani, there are some intriguing stone shelters.  From there, the trail has several short climbs and descents before passing a large waterfall. There is a last steep section before reaching Gyabla.

Difficulty of Walk: Moderate, but steep at the end of the day.

Elevation Reached:2,730m/ 7874 ft.

Terrain: Forests in the morning, more rugged in the afternoon.

Views: Large waterfalls.

Highlights: Lush forests.

What to See: Stone homes in Thyanyani.

Accommodation: Teahouse.

Meals: Full board.

Elevation: 2730m/8956ft

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

This morning the path is along an open valley, most of the way to Phole. The weather is constantly getting cooler as the tour moves higher. As the weather cools there is a distinct change in the vegetation. You will see more rhododendrons and azaleas. In Phole is a monastery that you will want to tour. You can also watch the local women weaving traditional carpets. After your brief stop at Phole, you will walk another one and a half hours to your destination of Ghunsa. This Tibetan village is known for its wooden homes that are covered in beautiful prayer flags. You will have the time to visit the shops, including the Kanchenjunga conservation office, and gompas, a meditation room in a Buddhist temple.

Difficulty of Walk: Moderate.

Elevation Reached:3,600 m/ 11,794 ft

Terrain: Moderate

Views: Rhododendrons and azaleas.

Highlights: Women weaving traditional carpets

What to See: Shops, Kanchenjunga conservation office, and gompas, a meditation room in a Buddhist temple.

Accommodation: Teahouse.

Meals: Full board.

Elevation: 3427m/11243ft

As you climb higher, it is essential to give your body time to adjust to the differing conditions.  The acclimatization walk at Ghunsa follows the mantra of “climb up but backtrack to sleep low” as you walk along the trail to the height of 4,000 m in about a three hour walk. Then you return to Ghunsa to sleep at a lower elevation. This pause is essential for the rigors of the next three days of your trek to the north side Kanchenjunga Base Camp.

Difficulty of Walk: Moderate.

Elevation Reached:3,595m/ 11,794ft

Terrain: Level valley among the mountain peaks.

Views: Sherpa village.

Highlights: Pride of the village is the new school that is finally heated.

What to See: Subsistence farming and yak grazing.

Accommodation: Teahouse.

Meals: Full board.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

This morning you will follow the trail as it gently rises higher through the pine and rhododendron forests along the bank of the Ghunsa Khola. Here you will be introduced to the mani walls. These are walls made of intricately carved stone tablets that are inscribed with a mantra or prayer of the Tibetan religion. Another interesting feature you will see are chortens or stupas. These are simple structures that have been erected in places of spirituality. To the foreigner, they resemble part of a temple. They can be covered with prayer flags.Three hours into the walk, you will cross a bridge over the Ghunsa Khola and enjoy spectacular views from a large grassy meadow called Rampuk Kharka. Now you climb higher and higher you will be amazed by the mountain scenery. As you approach the landslide area, the view of Mount Jannu becomes visible. You will take great care in this area as there is a risk of rockfalls. The trail hugs the incline and then descends to Kambachen. Here you will enjoy your evening meal in the village with a dozen or so houses surrounded completely by mountains.

Difficulty of Walk: Moderate.

Elevation Reached:4,100 m/ 13,287 ft

Terrain: Rugged.

Views: Mount Jannu.

Highlights:Tibetan artifacts that line the trail.

What to See:Mani walls and chortens.

Accommodation: Teahouse.

Meals: Full board.

Elevation: 4050m/13287ft

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

This morning the trail winds its way once more through azalea and rhododendrons forests. Slowly this terrain changes into moraine. Close to Ramtang, there is a seasonal yak herder’s camp. Now you will find the trail to be much rockier and there is another landslide area to pass with care. It is advisable that in the landslide area, you continue to watch for rock falls but maintain a steady pace.

Later in the day, you will encounter rocky fields and pass over the moraines of the North West of the Kanchenjunga Glacier to end up at Lhonak. Here is a campsite with several stone huts. Many mountain peaks are visible at this point: Wedge Peak, Mera, Nepal Peak, and Twins. Their heights range from 6,344 to 7,351 m high. You must wait until the next day to see the main peak of Kanchenjunga. Your excitement mounts in anticipation of the moment.

Difficulty of Walk: Moderate, rocky.

Elevation Reached: 4,785 m/ 15699 ft.

Terrain: Rocky, glaciers, landslide.

Highlights: Many mountain peaks.

Accommodation: Teahouse.

Meals: Full board.

Elevation: 4780m/15682ft

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Once again today you will climb high but sleep low to help you acclimatize to the challenging conditions. In the morning you will leave Lhonak, climbing the trail on the lateral moraine from Kanchenjunga Glacier for a couple of hours. Again passing through loose rock and landslide areas. You will find that the trail is slightly less steep as your journey takes you to the stone huts at Pangpema after about two hours. You will experience the first view of the north face of Kanchenjunga around lunchtime. After lunch, you will return to Lhonak to sleep low.

Difficulty of Walk: Challenging.

Elevation Reached:5,143 m/ 16873 ft

Terrain: Rocky, glacial, landslides.

Highlights: First view of the north face of Kanchenjunga.

What to See: Stone huts, panoramic views.

Accommodation: Teahouse.

Meals: Full board.

Elevation: 5143m/16843ft

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today we retrace our steps to reach Ghunsa village.

Difficulty of Walk: Moderate.

Elevation Reached: 3,595 m/ 11,794 ft.

Terrain: Level valley among the mountain peaks.

Views: Sherpa village.

Highlights: Pride of the village is the new school that is finally heated.

What to See: Subsistence farming and yak grazing.

Accommodation: Teahouse.

Meals: Full board.

Elevation: 3427m/11243ft

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Just outside Ghunsa you will pass through rhododendron, birch and pine forests.  Partway through the walk is a steep section, on the journey you will reach a chorten, a Buddhist shrine, made colorful by prayer flags.

Difficulty of Walk: Moderate.

Elevation Reached:4,100m/ 1,3451ft

Terrain: Some steep sections.

Highlights: Rhododendron, birch and pine forests.

What to See: Chorten, a Buddhist shrine.

Accommodation: Teahouse.

Meals: Full board.

Elevation: 4200m/13779ft

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Right after breakfast you will start your journey. You will traverse four passes today. Sele La pass, Sinion La Pass, Mirgin La pass and Sinelapche Bhanjyang. In the morning, the trail runs through a forest, along a ridge to the Sele La pass at 4,290 m. From here you will marvel in the views. In a steeper section there are prayer flags across the trail. Today as you cross each pass you will have amazing views.

Difficulty of Walk: Moderate.

Terrain: Rocky, steep.

Views: Mountain peaks.

Accommodation: Teahouse.

Meals: Full board.

Elevation: 3870m/12696ft

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today, we walk for approximately 4 hours from Tseram to Ramche, ascending 710m through lush forests and alongside the Yalung Glacier’s moraine. Explore Ramche’s serene monastery and spend the night amidst the Himalayan beauty.

Elevation: 4580m/15026ft

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today we go for engaging trek from Ramche to Oktang and back to Tseram, offering mesmerizing views of Kanchenjunga’s South Base Camp. Walk through the Yalung Glacier’s snout to reach the eroded valley and witness stunning geological features. At Oktang, get view of various mountain including Mt. Kangchenjunga Main, Yalung Kang, Kangchenjunga Central and Kanchenjunga South before returning to Tseram.

Elevation: 3870m/12696ft

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Another peaceful journey from Tseram to Torandin (Tortong), a pleasant 4 to 5 hour walk through lush forests decorated with rhododendrons (spring season).  As we descend, encounter picturesque streams, chortens and serene ponds.

Elevation: 2995m/9826ft

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Let’s go for a gentle descent today, tracing the Sibuwa River’s course. Walk through dense forests rich with rhododendrons and bamboo, offering glimpses of rare wildlife like the elusive Red Panda, Wild Boar and Himalayan Black Bear. After approximately 5.5 hours, arrive at Yasang (Ysasang), amazed by the wonders of nature along the way.

Elevation: 2144m/7034ft

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We are going for a shorter route, bypassing Yamphudin in favor of Hellok village. Descend mostly downhill to Hellok, concluding our hike there. From Hellok, we’ll take a jeep for the 5-hour journey to Taplejung. The trek lasts about 3 hours, followed by a scenic drive to our destination.

Elevation: 1820m/5971ft

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We are now heading back to the capital, Kathmandu, today. We will be driving a jeep for about 8 hours to reach Bhadrapur airport from Taplejung. There are frequent flights until late afternoon, so we will try to catch a flight departing from Bharatpur around 5:30-6:00 pm.

After a 45-minute flight back, it’s time to enjoy a hot water shower, a well-deserved rest and a good night’s sleep after a long drive.

Elevation:   1,345m/ 4412ft.

Breakfast

Today is built in as a spare or buffer day. This allows a spare day for any illness or unforeseen events on your trek which may delay your scheduled arrival back in Kathmandu.

If an extra day is not required on the trek it is now yours to tour, shop, celebrate or just rest for the flight home.

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast at your hotel is included. All other meals are by your own arrangements.

Elevation:   1,345m/ 4412ft.

Breakfast

As you fly, you will rejoice in the details of this fantastic experience on your phone and other devices. Don’t forget to make use of the contact information from the friends you made along the trek. Post your photos and the experiences on social media, too.

We appreciate any photos and comments you want to share with us.

We make every effort to follow this itinerary, but there may be changes due to local conditions. All of the leaders are experienced in making changes so that the schedule can be maintained and will work through any inconveniences to your satisfaction.

Breakfast

Fixed Departure Dates for Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek in 2024 and 2025

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September 15, 2024 - October 6, 2024 Guaranteed $ 2,490
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September 29, 2024 - October 20, 2024 Guaranteed $ 2,490
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October 13, 2024 - November 3, 2024 Guaranteed $ 2,490
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October 27, 2024 - November 17, 2024 Guaranteed $ 2,490
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November 10, 2024 - December 1, 2024 Guaranteed $ 2,490
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April 13, 2025 - May 4, 2025 Guaranteed $ 2,490
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April 27, 2025 - May 18, 2025 Guaranteed $ 2,490
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May 11, 2025 - June 1, 2025 Guaranteed $ 2,490
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May 25, 2025 - June 15, 2025 Guaranteed $ 2,490
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September 7, 2025 - September 28, 2025 Guaranteed $ 2,490
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September 21, 2025 - October 12, 2025 Guaranteed $ 2,490
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October 5, 2025 - October 26, 2025 Guaranteed $ 2,490
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October 19, 2025 - November 9, 2025 Guaranteed $ 2,490
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Kanchenjunga Base Camps Trek Package Inclusion/Exclusion

What is included

  • Arrival and departure airport transfers.
  • Hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast.
  • Kathmandu Bhadrapur and return flight with airport transfers.
  • Required transfers on local private jeep.
  • An English speaking guide.
  • A porter (1 porter for 2 people).
  • Teahouse accommodation with breakfast/lunch/dinner.
  • Required permit for Kanchejunga Circuit Trek
  • Applicable taxes.

What is not included

  • Lunch, dinner, beverages and bar bills in Kathmandu.
  • Tea/coffee, bottled water, other beverages during the trek.
  • Tipping to guide and porter
  • Personal gears/clothing etc.
  • Nepal visa, Travel Insurance and return flight to Nepal.

Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What are the base camps of Mt. Kanchenjunga?

There are two base camps for Kanchenjunga: the North Base Camp and the South Base Camp. Situated in Nepal, the base camp of Kanchenjunga, the third-highest mountain globally, lies on the southern side of the mountain.

How can I reach Kanchenjunga?

To start your trekking journey around the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area, visiting both the North and South Kanchenjunga Base Camps, you must first fly to Bhadrapur. From there, you will drive to Sukethum to commence your trek. Since solo treks are not allowed, it is advisable to contact a local trekking organization to assist you in planning your Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek.

How difficult is the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek in Nepal?

The Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek traverses the Sele La pass, reaching both the North and South Kanchenjunga Base Camps, navigating through rocky, steep terrain.

Renowned as challenging by seasoned trekkers, it is not recommended for novice beginners. The trek demands a high level of fitness, as it involves steep ascents and descents, crossing several high mountain passes and trekking through remote valleys and forests.

Due to the remote location, high altitude and rugged terrain, altitude sickness is a concern.

Can we do the Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek in fewer than 22 Days?

Completing the entire Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek, covering both the North and South Base Camps, necessitates a minimum of 22 days.

However, for a shorter option, you may opt for the Northern Base Camp trek and skip the southern one.

When is the best time for the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek?

Optimal time for the Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek or Kanchejunga Base Camp trek in Nepal is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons.

These periods offer clear skies, moderate temperatures and stable weather conditions.

Can we fly to Suketar (Taplejung) to start this trek?

Kathmandu Taplejung flights are not consistently available, and their reliability is questionable.

Therefore, we recommend flying to Bhadrapur and then taking a jeep to reach Taplejung to avoid uncertainty about completing the trek on time.

If you have flexible holiday timing and wish to consider the itinerary with a flight to Taplejung, please contact us to discuss further.

How much does it cost to Trek the Kanchenjunga Base Camp in 2024?

Trekking to the Kanchenjunga Base Camp in 2024 costs USD 2490 per person, totaling 22 days.

Booking Kanchenjunga circuit trek requires a minimum group size of 2 people.

Are permits required for the trek?

Yes and we will procure all necessary permits for the Kanchejunga Circuit Trek.

You need only supply the requested information to one of our tour coordinators, who will reach out to you once you sign up for this adventure.

Is it possible to Trek the Kanchenjunga solo?

No, solo trekking is not possible due to the restricted area and the requirement of a special trekking permit.

According to Nepal government regulations, trekkers must be in a group of at least two people and accompanied by a licensed guide for safety and well-being.

Having a guide or porter can provide valuable assistance, local knowledge, and aid in case of emergencies or health issues.

Thus, it is advisable to hire a licensed guide or porter for a safe and enjoyable trekking experience in Kanchenjunga.

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  1. Surpassed our expectations
    By Liz Dalby February 22, 2024
    We opted for the less popular Kanchejunga circuit trek to avoid popular routes like EBC/ABC. After numerous trek related questions answered by Raj, we settled on KCT. The trek surpassed our expectations with breathtaking views along the trail. Our experience was indescribable. Madan, our guide, made the arrangements seamless and we extend our gratitude to him, Raj and our porter Harka for their kindness and assistance throughout the journey.
  2. What an Amazing Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek!
    By Meghan B November 11, 2023
    In November 2023, my friends and I went on the unforgettable 22-day Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek organized by Mosaic Adventure. I must say, the entire experience exceeded all expectations! From the very beginning, the trip was meticulously planned and the itinerary provided was up-to-date. Every detail was taken care of, ensuring that our journey went smoothly from start to finish. A special shoutout goes to our guide, Madan, whose dedication and expertise truly made our trek extraordinary. Throughout the trek, Madan went above and beyond to ensure that we were not only safe but also enjoying ourselves to the fullest. His wealth of knowledge about the route, combined with his friendly demeanor, made him the perfect companion for our adventure. Madan's attention to detail was exceptional; he guided us not only in terms of the trail but also advised us on dietary requirements and appropriate clothing for the varying conditions. He understood our goal of reaching both base camps and provided us with the support and encouragement we needed every step of the way. I cannot recommend this trek with Mosaic Adventure highly enough and if you have the opportunity, be sure to request Madan as your guide. He truly made our trek an unforgettable experience and I am grateful for the memories we created together.
  3. Great Adventure on the Kanchenjunga Trail
    By Tim E October 21, 2022
    This was my second trek with Mosaic Adventure (Everest Base Camp in 2019). This trip was as good as the other trek I have done with them. Our guide was fantastic and did a wonderful job making it a great adventure on the Kanchenjunga Trail. It was a wonderful trip with a great guide, good food, and a beautiful trekking region.

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