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13-Day Kanchanjunga Base Camp Trek

13-Day Kanchanjunga Base Camp Trek

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About the Activity

To adventure lovers, trekking in Sikkim is an experience of many extents. For those who are looking for excitement plus adventure nothing can match the view of the Himalayan Mountains, which seem to touch the sky. As the adventurer passes his way through a mountain trek, he establishes an easy relationship with nature. Trekkers in Sikkim will be spell bounded by the profusion of plants and flowers.

Most of the trekking routes are few tens of kilometers from major towns but going there is like travelling many hundred years back into time. The best months to trek in Sikkim are March to May and September to November. However trekking at altitudes above 14,000 ft should be avoided in March and April because the winter snow still persists on the ground and sometimes there is even heavy snowfall during these months making it difficult to locate the path. Most of the so called places on the trekking routes in remote areas have just herders’ hut or shed and some places have nothing at all but just wilderness and you wonder how they derived their names in the first place. The places have names that are whispers on the wind: Yoksum, Zongri, Varsey, Maenam, Tolung. Some routes are so remote that you can walk for days together without seeing a soul.

As one walks through the vales and dales and past quaint villages, mountains take up strange wonderful shapes and the beauty of the Himalayas unfolds itself before you.

Great tracts of virgin forests and deep river valleys, offering views of ancient monasteries such as Pemayangtse and Tashiding and the attractive but rapidly developing hamlet of Pelling, characterize the beautiful region of Western Sikkim. The old capital, Yoksum, lies at the start of the trail towards Dzongri and Kanchenjunga.

On the far west, along the border with Nepal, the watershed of the Singalila range rises along a single ridge, with giants such as Rathong and Kabru culminating in Kanchenjunga itself. Although only one high altitude trek is currently available, several low altitude treks, free from trekking restrictions, provide tremendous opportunities for trekkers to enjoy the terraced landscapes, waterfalls and forests.

- Hotel accommodation - twin share including breakfasts.
- Twin share tent with mattress during camping/trekking.
- Fully organized trek services with guide, porters, camping equipment.
- All fixed three meals everyday during trekking/Camping.
- All road transport as per itinerary by car/jeep.
- Service of an English speaking guide.
- Entrance fees to monuments visited.
- All Permits for Darjeeling and Sikkim.

- Sleeping bag; personal clothing/equipment.
- Lunches and dinners during hotel stays.
- Bottled or alcoholic drinks.
- Tips, client insurance, evacuation costs.
- Any expenses of personal nature.

How to Get There

Bagdogra Airport


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RS. 22000, Min 1

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