Overview Kanchenjunga Base camp Trekking is one of Nepal’s most beautiful but difficult trekking destinations. Mount Kanchenjunga (8,586m) is the world’s third tallest peak and a popular destination for mountaineers. The Kanchenjunga Conservation Area is 2,035 square kilometers in size. Similarly, Trekking into two base camps (south and north) in one trip has created a dynamic destination. Moreover, the journey was made distinctive by hiking through steep towns to high passes, magnificent vegetation, and varied ethnic groups. and highlander lifestyle. Views of the high mountains, beautiful glaciers, the vast horizon, and reaching two base camps have created a great variety of experiences. Similarly, the trek to Kanchenjunga Base Camp begins with a hike through the Mediterranean environment of the mid slopes. Likewise, the journey’s highlights are the arctic terrain, breathtaking vistas of picturesque mountains, rural lifestyle, and native cultural people. Moreover, the Rai, Limbu, Bhotias, and Sherpa settlements astonish visitors with their welcoming nature and great hospitality. In addition, it’s a long walk that takes you deep into far-flung mountain regions along the Sikkim-Tibet border. After several days of walking, we arrive at South Base Camp. The first Kanchenjunga base camp was established in 1954 by George Band’s expedition. We continue going through Selele Pass’ picturesque passes. Selele Pass is one of the most difficult routes to traverse since it connects two other passes, Mirgin La and Sinelapche La. At 3480 meters, we arrive in Ghunsa, the first settlement beyond the pass. The hike continues in the direction of the north Kanchenjunga base camp. To get to Pang Pema, we have to hike across glaciers and moraines (5065 m). The spectaculars and middle of lofty mountains overlooking gigantic Kanchenjunga in a very close range astonish the visitors. The beautiful views of ice fall and glaciers are making me happy. Trekking to Kanchenjunga Base Camp is a life-changing experience. Trexmount Ventures has planned a route back through breathtaking terrain, magnificent forests, and terraced fields. If you’re lucky, you might witness animals like the snow leopard, Himalayan black bear, musk deer, and red panda. Impheyan, pheasant, red-billed blue magpie, and shy drongo. Are some of the most common birds seen along the Kanchenjunga trekking trail? We’ll finish the hike at Suketar and drive to Iilam through gorgeous tea gardens. We’ll say our goodbyes to the Kanchenjunga region when we fly from Bhadrapur to Kathmandu. What’s more on this trip The trekking route to Kanchenjunga Base Camp runs through the Arun valley, one of Nepal’s most attractive trekking regions. The Kanchenjunga Conservation Area, which spans 2035 square kilometers, is one of the trek’s key highlights. Many species of flora and fauna, as well as wildlife such as the Himalayan black bear, musk deer, snow leopard, red panda, wild boar, and others, may be found in the area. The journey to base camp takes you through alpine grasslands, subtropical trees, a low river valley, glacial moraine, and rocky scree slopes. Trekkers can enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of enormous mountain peaks like Lhotse (8516m), Everest (8848m), Kanchenjunga (8586m), Makalu (8481m), and many others throughout the journey. The Kanchenjunga region is home to a mixed community of Sherpa, Rai, Limbu, and Gurung, providing trekkers with an opportunity to learn about their culture and way of life.