Kanchenjunga Trek

Third Tallest Mountain in the Worldratingbased on 10 reviews
  • Duration24 Days
  • Difficulty Level Strenuous
  • Activity Trekking/Hiking
  • Max. Altitude Kanchenjunga Base Camp 5388 m
  • Starts Kathmandu
  • Ends Kathmandu
  • Group Size 2-20 People
  • Best Season March to May & September to November
Group Discount Prices
  
2 - 3 paxUS$1790
4 - 6 paxUS$1695
7 - 10 paxUS$1645
11 - 15 paxUS$1595
16 - 20 paxUS$1545
Kanchenjunga Trek Highlights
  • Hiking the off-the-beaten-path trek in Eastern Nepal
  • The stunning view of the lush tea garden 
  • Exploring the third tallest mountain in the world, Mt. Kanchenjunga, and its North Base Camp (5143 meters/16873 ft)
  • Witness the Kanchenjunga South Base Camp (4610 meters/15125 feet).
  • Abundant wildlife species such as blue sheep, musk deer, snow leopard, and black bear
  • Amazing panoramas of Kanchenjunga, Jannu, and other nearby Himalayan giants, as well as distant views of the eastern faces of Makalu and Everest
  • Walking on Yalung Glacier
  • Terraced fields and pristine rhododendron, pine, and bamboo forests
  • The warmth and hospitality of the Rai and Limbu people
  • 30 minutes of flight, if chosen, offering stunning views of the Himalayas, including Mt. Everest

Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek Overview

In the far east of Nepal, bordering the Indian state of Sikkim, lies the world's third-highest mountain, Kanchenjunga (8586m), standing in almost complete isolation from the other major peaks of the Himalayas. The restricted area has only been open for exploration since 1988, and the Kanchenjunga Trek is now considered among the premier routes for those seeking a rarely traveled and highly challenging adventure through one of the last unspoiled wilderness regions of Nepal. During the Kanchenjunga Trek, you will notice that it's home to elusive snow leopards, the Himalayan black bear, and the Assamese macaque, as well as an unforgettable landscape of towering peaks, cascading waterfalls, and verdant forests of rhododendron and bamboo. During the Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek, you will notice the sparse population scattered throughout the mountains is made up of the warm-hearted Rai and Limbu people, with a culture that traces back to Tibetan origins and a unique belief system based on an amalgamation of Buddhist, Hindu, and animist principles.

Mt Kumbhakarna
Mt. Janu view from the Selele Pass

What to expect on the Kanchenjunga Trek?

Starting with a flight or drive to Bhadrapur/Suketar, the trek climbs through the scenic and cultivated foothills into the great mountain stronghold of peaks such as Rathong, Kumbhakarna, Jannu, and, of course, Kanchenjunga, offering some of the Himalaya's most awe-inspiring and majestic scenery en route to South Base Camp (5143m). Until recently, the trek was only possible through the considerable effort of carrying in all the necessities of life, such as food and camping equipment, but with the advent of tea houses along the trail in response to its growing popularity, the logistics of the exercise have become considerably easier.

Lhonak Village
Lhonak with a glacier view

The Kanchenjunga trek is a journey for the trekker with a sense of adventure, a desire to explore trails less traveled, and the determination and conditioning to tackle the challenges of a physically demanding route through one of Nepal's most remote regions. Nepal Trekking Experts is the perfect agency to arrange your trek through the area, including additional options such as a visit to the isolated northern base camp.

Kanchenjunga Trek Difficulty

That depends on who is asking the question. However, if you are physically healthy and have a strong desire to accomplish something extremely exceptional, this walk may be for you. The Kanchenjunga trip is an incredible trip on a trail less traveled and off the radar of the majority of tourists who visit Nepal.

Kanchenjunga North Base Camp
Kanchenjunga North Base Camp

It is one of the most difficult high-altitude treks in Nepal. Trekkers must cross 4000-5000-meter passes and climb for several days along remote high-altitude trails, with the highest point reaching 5143m. Altitude can be a huge issue on the Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek if you do not properly acclimate; rest days are needed as you go. While the trail's infrastructure is improving, don't anticipate fancy meals; dal bhat (rice and lentil soup with veggies) and quick noodles are likely to be the dishes of the day. In addition, the trails can be deceptive at times, especially when covered with snow. Trekking itineraries typically run between 18 to 24 days, not including time spent in Kathmandu.

While hiking across rural terrain, communication at higher altitudes remains limited (but improving). There are multiple challenging ascents and descents, and the difficulty appears to double as the elevation increases with the thinning air. To summarize, if you are willing, fit, and enthusiastic about the challenge, you are already invincible.

So why not get in touch with us, know all the details about Kanchenjunga Trek's difficulty and equipment list, and see what we can do to set you on the path to this intriguing journey in the eastern Himalayas?

If you are not satisfied with this trek, please consider our other packages such as the Manaslu Circuit Trek, the Everest Three High Passes Trek, the Upper Dolpo Trek, and others

Useful Information

Kanchenjunga Trek Transportation

All trekking transportation fees and arrangements are included in your package when you book with Nepal Trekking Experts. To commence your journey, you will catch a gorgeously scenic domestic flight from Kathmandu to Bhadrapur (45 minutes). Then, depending on your personalized itinerary, you can drive a few hours to Phikkal Bazaar, Birtamod, or Ilam for the night or continue all the way to your starting point in Taplejung. The beautiful drive to Taplejung will take approximately 12 hours via Jeep from Bhadrapur, which can be shortened if you stay overnight along the way. Once you have completed your incredible trek, you will take another long jeep ride (12 hours) from Khebang to one of the above-mentioned towns and stay overnight. The next day, you will take a short drive to Bhadrapur airport and catch another flight above the mountains back to Kathmandu.

There is the option of taking a bus from Kathmandu to Bhadrapur and back. It takes approximately 18 hours either trip. However, if you ask me, I would recommend taking a flight rather than driving because driving may be an unpleasant and stressful experience.

Kanchenjunga Trek Accommodation

Tea house hotels are scattered all along the lesser-known, less-frequented route to Kanchenjunga Base Camp, meaning that no camping or cooking supplies are required. This trek can be done similarly to other well-known hiking routes; however, the lodging is not as luxurious as in the Annapurna or Everest regions due to the relatively untouched nature of the Kanchenjunga region. Rooms are simple and without heating, so we provide you with a clean -20°C sleeping bag to keep you cozy and warm. You can expect to share a bathroom with a squat toilet, depending on the tea house. When available at lower elevations, you may purchase a hot shower, but it will cost significantly more than on other more frequented trekking routes.

Kanchenjunga Trekking Meals

You will be eating at the tea houses where you're staying for breakfast and dinner and stopping for lunch at tea houses along the route. Menus usually show both local and Western dishes; however, choosing local cuisine is recommended for the freshest, most filling food. Dal Bhat (rice, vegetable curry, and lentil soup) is at the top of the list, a local favorite that is recommended for its unlimited refills. You can also choose fried rice or noodles, Mo Mo (local dumplings), Thukpa (Tibetan noodle soup), spring rolls, or western dishes like pasta, pizza, and potatoes.

For breakfast, you can enjoy local chapati or Tibetan bread with curry or go for more familiar eggs, porridge, muesli, or pancakes. This trek is vegetarian and vegan-friendly, but if you have any other dietary restrictions, you can let us know, and your guide will communicate with the kitchen staff.

Your package with Nepal Trekking Experts includes dinner in Kathmandu before you leave for your trek and three meals a day (with tea or coffee) every day of the trek, including travel days. We recommend carrying your own snacks with you for the majority of the trek because they can be harder to find (and more expensive!) the deeper you trek into the Himalayas. At lower altitudes, you can purchase extra snacks, desserts, or alcoholic beverages.

Telephone Service in Kanchenjunga Trek

Due to the remote location, there is limited mobile reception in the Kanchenjunga region. Some tea houses have a satellite connection for emergencies. NCELL and Nepal Telecom (NTC) are our two major SIM card providers in Nepal; however, NTC is recommended for beter reception in the Kanchenjunga region. You can purchase an NTC SIM card in Kathmandu when you arrive.

WIFI or internet service in Kanchenjunga Trek

In the Kanchenjunga region, a select few tea houses offer wifi for their guests, although at times it may not be reliable due to weather and other issues. Wi-Fi can cost quite a bit in this region, so having your own internet package (or completely disconnecting!) is recommended.

Device charging in Kanchenjunga

Electricity is not guaranteed along the remote trekking route to Kanchenjunga. When available, you can expect to pay an extra fee for electricity in select tea houses. Tea houses are powered by electricity or solar power at higher elevations. Carrying a power bank is highly recommended in the Kanchenjunga region.

Permits in the Kanchenjunga Region

To enter the restricted Kanchenjunga region, you must have a minimum of two people in your group (contact us to join a group), two permits per person, and a trek with a government-licensed guide. When trekking with Nepal Trekking Experts, all permit fees are included in your package. The permit process is more involved in trekking in the Kanchenjunga region compared to others; however, we will process everything and obtain it on your behalf.

  • The Kanchenjunga Conservation Area Project Entry Permit (KCAP) costs 2000 Nepali rupees per person with no time restrictions.
  • Restricted Area Entry Permit (Rap) for Tapethok and Yamphuding costs 20 USD per person, per week.

Porter

Our tailor-made packages do not include a porter, so you can make the decision based on your own needs and preferences. Although not necessary, having a porter can make a massive difference in the enjoyment of your trek. For trekking in the Kanchenjunga, we highly recommend having a porter due to the challenging nature of the terrain and altitude. One porter carries the bags of two people (around 20kg) so that you can carry a small daypack. If you are undecided, we would be happy to discuss porters in more detail when you book your trek.

Kanchenjunga Trekking Gear Checklist

  • Raincoat, poncho, or combination jacket and trousers
  • One down jacket or Gore-Tex jacket
  • Windproof trouser
  • Two pairs of hiking pants
  • One pair of shorts
  • Three pair T-shirts
  • One fleece jacket
  • One or two pairs of base layers
  • Two to three pairs of hiking socks and a couple of pairs of thicker socks
  • Two pairs of gloves—one pair light fleece, the other waterproof/windproof
  • Undergarments

Footwear

  • Ankle-supporting water resistance trekking boots
  • Flip-flops for leisure time around camp or one pair of sneakers

Other Equipment

  • Sunglasses, sunscreen, lip balm, a sun hat, a woolen or fleece hat, a first aid kit, a Swiss army knife (optional), a luggage cover, a headlamp, trekking poles, a gaiter (optional), crampons, water purification tablets or steripen, extra batteries, an adapter, a power bank, water bottles/camel bags/thermos, washing powder or multi-purpose soap, shampoo, a small towel, antiseptic hand wash, toiletries, female hygiene products, wet wipes, whistle, mosquito spray (optional), earplugs, reading books, playing cards, or chess
  • Sleeping bag rated to minus 10–20 degrees Celsius extreme temperature depending on trekking seasons
  • Backpack (50–60 liters)
  • Daypack (20–30 liters)

Travel Insurance

It is one of the most important things you'll need overseas, particularly when trekking in Nepal. A policy that covers loss and theft, medical and hospitalization, evacuation from high altitude, and adventure activity coverage are among the basics you'll need. A wide variety of policies are available, so make sure to shop for the best possible options. You need to have a policy that's specific to the maximum height on your trek, bearing in mind that a number of companies place restrictions on that score—look closely at the fine print so that you're sure to get the right coverage, especially in the event of an emergency such as altitude sickness—helicopter evacuations are horrendously expensive.

Also note that most medical treatment and facilities in Nepal, such as hospitals, require payment upfront or approval from your insurance company, so it’s wise to choose a policy that pays the bills directly rather than lumping the burden on you and leaving it till later for the insurer to reimburse you.

Nepalese Currency and Payment

The currency of Nepal is the rupee. The ideal currencies for exchange are those of the USA, Australia, Great Britain, Canada, and Singapore, as well as the Euro, any of which can be readily exchanged in either Kathmandu or Pokhara.

Credit and debit cards such as Visa, MasterCard, and American Express are accepted in major tourist-class hotels, restaurants, airlines, and larger stores in Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Patan, Pokhara, etc. A surcharge of 3.5% is typically levied on all purchases or payments.

ATMs are also very common in Kathmandu and Pokhara, with Thamel being a particular area of focus for their use. Some ATMs only allow a daily maximum of Rs 10, 000 to be withdrawn, while others allow for as much as Rs 35, 000. A charge of USD $4 is usually applied per transaction, on top of which your own bank may also apply a fee of its own.

Can I get an on-arrival visa in Nepal?

On arrival in Nepal, you can obtain the requisite visa at Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu, or you can choose the alternative of applying for it at the Nepalese Embassy or Consulate in your home country before departure. The visa is also available at land-based points of entry such as Birgunj, Kakarbhitta, Bhairawa, Belhiya, Nepalgunj, Dhangadi, and Mahendranagar. The Kodari Pass is the access point from Tibet where the visa can be obtained.

While you can use different modes of payment at the visa fee counter, we advise you to bring cash in the following currencies: US dollars, euros, Swiss francs, pound sterling, Australian dollars, Canadian dollars, Hong Kong dollars, Singapore dollars, and Japanese yen. Credit card payments are also available nowadays.

As per a recent update, the visa fee costs you the following amounts:

  • Multiple entries for 15 days—USD 30 or equivalent
  • Multiple entries for 30 days—USD 50 or equivalent
  • Multiple entries for 90 days—USD 125 or equivalent
  • You should also have a minimum of six months of validity remaining on your passport.
  • Visa extensions are available from the offices of Nepal Immigration in Kathmandu and Pokhara.

For more details, please go through the Nepal Immigration website or contact us.

Itinerary
  • Max. Altitude:1400m/4593ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast
  • Accommodation:2/3 Star Hotel

Welcome at airport and transfer to the hotel by private car/jeep

  • Max. Altitude:1400m/4593ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast
  • Accommodation:2/3 Star Hotel

Free day for trekking preparation and sightseeing.

  • Max. Altitude:1000m/3281ft.
  • Meals:Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

If the weather is clear, a short and scenic flight takes us to Bhadrapur, where we drive Ilam tea garden (Phikkal Bazaar) is the best way to avoid Birtamod's very busy and bustling city while relaxing on top of the lush, cool, and almost paradise tea garden.

  • Max. Altitude:1820m/5971ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Terraced rice fields and tea plantations serve as a serene backdrop as we head out past Gompas and prayer wheels on the long jeep drive to Taplejung.

  • Max. Altitude:1270m/4167ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Our trek starts today with a hike through layered landscapes and lush jungle fringed by distant views of the ever-present Himalayas, passing by the riverside village of Siwan and the suspension bridge that leads us across to Chirawa, the day's destination.

  • Max. Altitude:1750m/5741ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

With permits checked at the regional park office, we head into the conservation area that protects the Kanchenjunga region and forge ahead over a bridge and through the scenic sub-tropical landscape until we reach Lelep.

  • Max. Altitude:2308m/7572ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

A series of impressive suspension bridges leads us back and forth across the Ghunsa Khola to Jaubari, then across another bridge to the narrow trail leading up the steeply-sided slopes to Amjilosa and its yak pasturelands.

  • Max. Altitude:2730m/8957ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Onwards and up through the thickly forested region of dense rhododendron and venerable oak trees,  past myriad waterfalls and the scattered villages lying quietly below the mountains in their peaceful valley. Eagles soar lazily above us, yaks graze solemnly in green pastures, and occasional signs of wildlife come into view among the trees or high on the slopes as we slowly make our way toward Gyabla.

  • Max. Altitude:3595m/11795ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House
  • Max. Altitude:3595m/11795ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Today is a designated rest day to help the body acclimate to the high altitude, and Ghunsa is perfectly suited to the task by virtue of its scenic alpine surroundings and points of cultural interest, including the local gompa.

  • Max. Altitude:4050m/13287ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Emerald green forests concede to the frost-browned vegetation of the alpine regions of the Kanchenjunga region as we climb steadily to the upper glacial valleys on our path, with mighty Jannu standing before us in all its glory as we trek through the scenic landscape towards Khambachen.

  • Max. Altitude:4050m/13287ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Another highly recommended acclimatization day that provides unrivaled side trips and contributes to successfully reaching Kanchenjunga Base Camp.

  • Max. Altitude:4780m/15682ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

A day of astonishing views as we trek into the heartland of the towering Kanchenjunga massif, gradually ascending to the base of the mountain's forbidding glacier and on past snow-fed waterfalls and occasional glimpses of highland wildlife such as blue sheep perched high on the slopes. If there's snow about and we're extremely fortunate we might even sight the light footprints of the region's most mysterious creature, the enigmatic snow leopard.

  • Max. Altitude:4780m/15682ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

The day's first order of business is the steady climb to the lofty and isolated outpost of Pangpema, where we pause for lunch before heading out on the final push to the trek's ultimate goal of Kanchenjunga Base Camp. The fluttering colors of the prayer flags eventually guide us into the site at the very threshold of the towering peak, with magnificent panoramas of the surrounding region's snow-capped peaks providing the icing on the cake on the day's journey. After spending suitable time at the base to appreciate the views and celebrate the achievement we head back down to Lhonak.

  • Max. Altitude:3595m/11795ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Returning by the same route to Ghunsa, we gain a different and refreshing perspective of the region's beautiful scenery.

  • Max. Altitude:4480m/14698ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

A precipitous trail leads us through woodland towards a trailhead of striking mountain views, including the mysterious Makalu sitting in isolation on the far horizon.

  • Max. Altitude:3870m/12697ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

The trail takes us on a challenging roller coaster hike today, an undulating passage over two passes, firstly Sinion La (4646m) and then Mirgin La (4470 m).  Everest and Makalu add to the extraordinary panorama before us as we hike through the region until the path gradually leads down to our rest stop at Cheram.

  • Max. Altitude:4580m/15026ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Ultimately this is our final destination of Exploring Kanchenjunga South Base Camp. Our trail leads out through woodland until we clear the tree line and approach the moraine field of Yarlung Glacier, with Jannu, Kanchenjunga and other peaks in the area soaring high above us in the valley. After exploring South Base Camp then we will descend to Ramche for overnight.

  • Max. Altitude:2995m/9826ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

We descend markedly today, leaving behind the alpine regions and dropping down into the lush surrounds of the lower foothills with their dense forests of rhododendron and pine. The rushing waters of the Simbuwa Khola become our steady companion as we continue down until we reach Tortong.

  • Max. Altitude:2080m/6824ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Another day of hiking on an undulating trail, our path taking us along tree-lined slopes and grass-green pastures hanging precariously to existence on the steep inclines. Our arrival at Yamphudin brings us back to the main road running through the region.

  • Max. Altitude:1915m/6283ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

After the experience and thrill of the alpine heights the terraced fields, peaceful villages, and vivid colors of the lower ranges make for a relaxing hike as we slowly wind our trek down to its conclusion.

  • Max. Altitude:300m/984ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

A long day sees us make the bumpy ride to the main road, then turn towards Birtamod.

  • Max. Altitude:1400m/4593ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast

A short drive takes us to Bhadrapur airport, where we pick up our return flight to Kathmandu in plenty of time to relax, unwind, and perhaps celebrate the trek with friends over dinner.

    Farewell and drop-off at the airport, or the opportunity to join another of our programs.

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    The above itinerary is a guideline. If you're not satisfied or have an alternative plan please feel free to discuss it with us.

    What's Included
    Cost Includes
    • Complimentary airport pick-up and drop-off
    • Complimentary welcome dinner
    • Two-night stay on arrival in Kathmandu with breakfast included (on a twin-share basis)
    • All necessary trekking permits for Kanchenjunga, TIMS card, etc.
    • All accommodations during the trek
    • Three meals a day during the trek
    • A cup of tea or coffee with the meal
    • Fresh fruit each day, if and when available
    • Complimentary duffel bag, agency T-shirt, trekking map, and sleeping bag if needed
    • Government-registered and first-aid-trained professional local guide who speaks English
    • First aid kit
    • Return flight between Kathmandu and Bhadrapur
    • Bhadrapur to Taplejung, Hapu Khola to Birtamod/Bhadrapur by local jeep
    • Staff insurance, meals, accommodation, equipment, transportation, etc.
    • Rescue arrangements, if necessary
    • Agency service charge and government tax (VAT)
    • Certificate of achievement
    Cost Excludes

    International airfare and Nepal visa fee

    Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu

    Porters to carry your backpacks (we provide porters on request)

    Personal insurance, personal expenses, loss of property, theft, etc.

    Sightseeing fees (temples, monasteries, etc.)

    All beverages, snacks, and additional expenses such as laundry, hot showers, battery charging, wifi, etc.

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    Start:FridayMar 15, 20242 person confirmed
    End:SundayApr 07, 2024
    PriceUS$1790
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    Start:MondayMar 25, 2024
    End:WednesdayApr 17, 2024
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    FAQs for Kanchenjunga Trek
    • Kanchenjunga is the far eastern part of Nepal, border with Sikkim.

    • The height of Kanchenjunga is 8586m/ 28169 feet.

    • Kanchenjunga is the second-highest mountain in Nepal.

    • Mt Kanchenjunga is the third-highest mountain in the world.

    • The Kanchenjunga trek is considered a strenuous trekking in Nepal due to its remoteness and long distance at high altitude.

    • Kanchenjunga base camp is 5143m, also called Pang Pema base camp.

    • The cost will vary as per service and duration of the trek. You get the price in the market from USD 1500 to 5000.

    • Yes, there are some high passes but we do only Selele La pass which is 4700m.

    • No, as per the Nepal government's rule, we need two or more people in a group.

    • You need at least three weeks for the Kanchenjunga circuit trek.

    • You can expect -10 to -15 during the night in Lonak and base camp.

    • Yes, nowadays there are basic lodges in Kanchenjunga, so you can do a tea house trek.

    • No, due to the restricted area of Nepal, it is mandatory to have a guide and a government-registered trekking company to obtain the permit.

    • There is no wifi in lodges but you get a phone reception in some places. we recommend a Nepal Telecom sim card for better reception in the Kanchenjunga area.

    10Travelers' Reviews
    • TripAdvisor
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      Kanchenjunga Trek - what an experience!

      Mar 2023 • Friends

      After three years waiting we started our Kanchenjunga Trek end of March 2023 with Nepal Trekking Experts and it was fantastic.
      Rajesh helped us arranging everything in advance and we got very quick replies on all our questions.
      The pickup at the airport was more than friendly and welcoming. We felt comfortable from the first moment.
      The trekking team was amazing. Ram our guide knew the tour very well and he was helping the group whenever it was needed. Our porters Pasang and Aius also did a great job. Apart from that we had a lot of fun and enjoyable moments together.
      The tour took us through a very remote area with a lot of stunning views and wild forest areas. There were some tough days but it was worth every effort. We never expected such a natural beauty. The weather was absolutely perfect, sunshine in the daytime, so we could even see the peak of Kanchenjunga.
      Thank you so much, Nepal Trekking Experts, for making this experience possible for us!

      M
      ManuelaMay 13, 2023Germany
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      Look no further, you have found your guiding company!!!

      Nov 2022

      Nepal Trekking Experts is absolutely phenomenal and I have only the best things to say about them. I have been to Nepal a few times now and have traveled with a few different companies. All said and done they are number 1 on my list for recommendations and they are by far my favorite guiding company experience.

      Rajesh the owner is absolutely wonderful, so responsive, and very helpful. He is completely genuine in wanting to fulfill your dream trip and he always helped with whatever our questions and requests might have been. All together Nepal Trekking Experts helped us organize and plan the absolute trip of a lifetime for two months in Nepal and two back to back long treks. Everything went smoothly and any travel issues were immediately sorted. Raj was amazing, our guide Ram was amazing, porter (and soon to be guide) Chhwang was amazing. Raj greatly values customer satisfaction and your travel experience and this is clearly evident through his company structure and the team he has chosen. Raj and Nepal Trekking Experts deliver the best, hands down.

      The company is top tier, easily accessible, responsive, genuine, and well organized. This is your guide company, you need look no further. I will recommend Nepal Trekking Experts to friends and family for years to come. Even now as I am writing this I am flooded with only the best memories and am smiling ear to ear. It is because of our top notch experience with this company that our memories and photos will bring nothing but joy to our hearts for years to come. Thank you Nepal Trekking Experts for fulfilling the absolute trip of a lifetime!!!

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      DylanFeb 06, 2023United States
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