Kanchenjunga Circuit Trekking calls both the north and south base camps of Mount Kanchenjunga, the third most astounding mountain on the planet at an altitude of 8,586 meters. Because of reality, this is a remote region trek, a great degree of wellness and some trekking knowledge is attractive. However, regardless of its remoteness, trekkers gain knowledge into people groups' lifestyle and can visit Ramtang and Oktang Monasteries. In transit, the scene is loaded up with streams; cascades; green knolls; rhododendron, birch, and pine backwoods; the Yalung Glacier, and obviously, guests are going with on the course by the glorious mountains.
Kanchenjunga itself lays on the far western side of Nepal, close to the outskirt with Sikkim, a little Himalayan state in the north-eastern piece of India. Until mid-1800, it was thought Kanchenjunga was the most astounding top on the planet. This territory was shut to trekkers until mid-1980. Today the locale is ensured by the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area and an extraordinary trekking grant is required. With these confinements, the lovely and novel widely varied vegetation of this zone is still in unblemished condition today.
With respect to the mountains themselves, notwithstanding the primary pinnacles of Kanchenjunga, there are four auxiliary summits surpassing 8,000m, the most significant being Kanchenjunga West, otherwise called Yalung Kang (8,505m). Likewise found here are around twenty pinnacles surpassing 7,000m, the most noteworthy being Kambachen (7,903m), Janu (7,710m), Jongsong (7,483m), Kabru (7,353m), Tent Peak (7,365m) and the Twins (7,350m). What's more, there are various mountain tops over 6,000m. Among this noteworthy group of pinnacles are five noteworthy icy frameworks. Of these, Zumu, Talung, and Rathong stream into Sikkim while toward the west, the Kanchenjunga and Yalung icy masses stream into the compelling Tamor River of Nepal. All these attraction can be observed while Kanchenjunga Circuit Trekking in western-Nepal.
This fair adds to the reality, Kanchenjunga Circuit Trekking is an exceptional encounter where trekkers get directly into the core of the remote, less trekked, Himalaya Mountains and valleys. With the ongoing expansion to the trekking guide of the Great Himalayan Trail, the travel industry is being advanced in this, just as other, remote regions so there is the opening up of more teahouses on the course. While this is sure for the neighborhood networks, presently would be a decent time to go to Kanchenjunga before more trekkers 'find' the zone!
The Kanchenjunga circuit trekking traverses such a large number of typical weather zones and their relevant eco-systems, it is difficult to predict exact weather at all elevations at any time of year. Autumn months (September-November) and spring (March to May) are considered as the best seasons for Kanchenjunga Circuit trekking. There is better visibility of the landscape during these months, the rivers are lower and the temperature is cooler on the first few days of the trek.
We will get very nutritious, simple vegetarian food during the trek. We maintain variety in lentils, vegetable, and breakfast. At times, we also treat our trekkers in the Himalayas with delicacies like Pakora, local dishes, etc.
Trekking on high Himalayan altitudes is always a satisfying experience. However, it is important that you should keep your safety in mind. Emergencies, like illness, AMS, storms, missteps, landslides, and even avalanches, are rare but can happen anytime during the trekking, so be prepared for any random goof-ups. To deal with any emergencies your guides, who are expert mountaineers will be there for your rescue. Your tour guide will always carry a first aid kit to deal with any medical emergencies. In the case of some rescue operation, extra charges will be borne by the trekkers.
No. You cannot drink the water from the tap or streams in Kanchenjunga. Mineral water is not available on the trail. If available it is expensive to buy (perhaps 10 times more than in Kathmandu). You can use a water purifier or SteriPen.
Most of the tea houses are the basic standard. Don’t expect luxury in this trek. Wi-Fi is in limited tea houses. You have to use a bucket shower. Make you can use the Squat toilet.
Short answer: Sleeping bag – Yes, Tent – No, Food: high proteins, chocolates. Foods are available in Tea houses. There won’t be a variety. If you have some particular sauce, proteins bars, favorite chocolates, we recommend bringing them.
Long Description: There are tea houses along the trek, you don’t need to bring a tent unless you want to have an experience sleeping in a tent. Tea houses don’t provide blankets. You must bring a sleeping bag with you. Make sure it is good enough for the cold weather (-20 degree).
You will eat at teahouses. It will be a great experience to eat it with local and see how they live on the mountain. The choices of foods are very basic. We recommend you to carry proteins bars, chocolates or anything that you love to eat at home. At the end of the trek, you will definitely carve your favorite food.
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Kanchenjunga Circuit Trekking with Nepal Trek Adventure and Expedition can be one of the best memorable times of your life. You can witness the beauty of lust forest, different types of trails, different kind of culture and traditions and other natural attractions. We provide you every sort of stuff needed for Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek personally and professionally. You will be able to choose the trek itinerary of your own choice at the best and flexible cost. You can revise or customize the trekking itinerary as per your choice. Also, you will be able to appoint guides and porters who will assist you in all best, average and worst-case scenarios. We give surety you that we will fill your glorious trek to Phoksundo Lake with a lot more pride and self-satisfaction.
Well in the whole trek, we will stay at teahouse. All the accommodations are on a twin-shared basis. Single supplement will be served on request and will cost an additional. Understand that the Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek involves trekking in remote locations so the restroom facilities in the tea-houses will be basic.
In Kathmandu part, we include breakfast but in trekking part, we include three meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) a day in tea house/lodges that you can choose from teahouse/restaurant menu but if you are on the big group at that time your guide/team leader will choose the food for you. Meals are generally available in Nepalese and continental cuisines on different taste in everyplace but you have to eat the meals in the same tea house where you are going to staying at night but if you are staying in tented camp (Camping) then our cook prepares food and provides to you.
AMS (acute mountain sickness) is a serious issue. It is the consequence of the breakdown of the body to adapt to high altitude and can affect anyone, regardless of age or fitness. It usually occurs above 1,800 meters and the likelihood of being affected increases as you ascend. The way to decrease the effects of altitude is to ascend slowly, 300 meters per day above 3,000 meters until you have acclimatized. Poor acclimatization results in headache, nausea, sleeplessness, difficulty breathing and swelling of fingers and glands. The only cure for AMS is to descend to a lower altitude and your guide’s decision on this matter is final. When you are planning to trek above 3,000 meters we recommend not walks faster. If you will get altitude sickness please consult with your guide to go down at least 500 meters to recover.
The excursion is sorted as troublesome as we will go in high height for a long term and cross a couple of Himalayan passes. Along these lines, past trekking background, physical wellness, and an inspirational mentality are fundamental. It is in every case best to begin running and practicing normally, in any event, a couple of months before the genuine trek. Members with previous ailments, for example, heart, lung, and blood illnesses are required to counsel their primary care physician before taking the outing. It is additionally exhorted that we illuminate Himalayan Glacier about the ailment before booking the trek.
The following information will give you some idea about what you need to bring for the trek as the backpack for the trekking in Nepal and the gear play a vital role for the successful trip and we suggest you have all the necessary gear for the trip and not to have unnecessary types of equipment/things that you will not be used for the trip and list of the gear you need for the trek are: