About Trip Overview
Eastern Nepal remains something of a hidden jewel. Those who have trekked here can’t understand why, but appreciate that it remains undiscovered. Being most heavily affected by the summer monsoon, it is the greenest and lushest corner of Nepal, and the most developed agriculturally. As home to a great many ex-Gurkha soldiers, whose pensions dwarf local salaries, and whose broad worldly experience is a great resource, it is also the part of the country moving most quickly toward modernization. Several recently-completed highways and the official opening of this part of the country for trekking have already begun to change the face of this beautiful corner of Nepal.
Kanchenjunga, “Treasures of Snow” (28,198ft) is the third highest mountain in the world and was first climbed by a British team in 1956 AD. Here you can endure a tough challenge, and reap the rewards! We promise this high altitude Himalayan trek will leave an impact on you forever. Kanchenjunga, although a restricted area, perhaps one of the most remote trekking regions, is situated in Eastern Nepal bordering the Indian state of Sikkim. This area houses Musk Deer, Blue Sheep and the maybe even the legendary Yeti. Few westerners have traveled to this remote area.
Day 1 Arrival Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel & well come Diner.
Day 2 Sightseeing of Kathmandu and Bhaktapur city
Day 3 Flight to Tumlingtar camp
Day 4 Trek to Kharang Bazar
Day 5 Trek to chainpur
Day 6 Trek to Nundhaki
Day 7 Trek to GufaPokhari
Day 8 Rest Day (Day Hike around milke danda )
Day 9 Trek to Chauki
Day 10 Trek Chauki to Bashantapur
Day 11 Drive to Lumbini birth place of lord budda
Day 12 have sightseeing at Lumbhini.
Day 13 Drive to Chitwan national park
Day 14 Chitwan exploration day.
Day 15 Halp day sightseeing , drive to baratpure and fly back to kathmandu.
Day 16 free day in kathmandu.
Day 17 departure to international airport.
Date and Cost
- Pick up and drop transport as mentioned in the itinerary
- Accommodation and breakfast in Kathmandu
- Accomodation and three meals a day during the trekking
- Trekking guide and porters
- National parks’ fees, TIMS card and government royalties
- Domestic air ticket and airport tax for tourists and guides as mentioned in the itinerary
- Insurance of our trekking staff members
- Trekking and sightseeing in Kathmandu valley or other parts of Nepal as mentioned in the itinerary
- Sleeping bags
- Down jackets
- Duffle bags
- Oxygen cylinder
- Trekking map
- First Aid Kit
- Farewell dinner with cultural program or dinner with Nepali family
- International air ticket, airport tax and Nepal visa fees
- Travel insurance and the cost of medical services of tourists
- All kinds of cloth and personal trekking equipment
- Other personal expenses and tips
- Charted helicopter, plane and other transports in case of emergency