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“Unlock the Mystery of Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek with Farouttrek—A 15-Day Journey to the Home of Endless Delights!”

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek—there’s a mystery in the name—a promise of delights where the monsoon and winter seasons keep pace with relentless time. The destination of the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek in Sikkim is not only the Goechala Pass or the Base Camp at the foot of the iconic Kanchenjunga but also the hillsides decorated with exotic Rhododendron flowers and the horizon adorned with the Everest and Kanchenjunga Range from day one. And as the 161 km and 15-day-long Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trail passes through moss-laden pine and fur forest, you can experience the pure fresh air with every breath.

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View of the Kanchenjunga and it’s Range from Dzongri on the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

How long is this trek?

The Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek in Sikkim, also known as the Sikkim Kanchenjunga Trek, is a 15-day and 161-kilometer-long trek in Sikkim to the Base Camp of Kanchenjunga, India’s highest mountain. A fourteen-day hike in Sikkim, the best base camp trek in Sikkim through the great Himalayan trail of Kanchenjunga National Park rarely visited.

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Camping at Paharey Megu on the Nepal Side of the Border on the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

Getting Around

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek located in Sikkim, and the trek head, Uttaray, is a distant five-hour’s drive from Gangtok. While Yuksom where the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek in Sikkim ends, takes six hours drive to Bagdogra Airport or New Jalpaiguri Railway Station and five hour’s drive to Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim.

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Kanchenjunga Range Sunset View on the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek from Jomlae Pokhari Camp Site

On the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trail

The trail on the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is a walkable cobblestone path through forests littered with lakes, at times a little steep, till we reach Dafey Bhir Pass (4330m), the highest point on the Sikkim side of the Singalila Ridge. As the trek gently starts from Uttaray and reaches Chewabhanjyang, the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek slowly unfolds; the entire valley on the Nepal side and as well on the Sikkim side, along with Everest, three sisters, and the Kanchenjunga Range, can be surveyed with ease.

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Dafeybhir Pass on the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek in Sikkim

Although the final destination that you are headed for is the Kanchenjunga Base Camp at Goechala Pass, you will notice that the entire hiking trail is made up of beautiful mountain scenery and natural wonders. The very first thing that you notice once you are on the Sikkim side of the Singalila Ridge, on the second day of the Sikkim Kanchenjunga trek at Chewabhanjyang, are the Himalayan views and then the crystal-clear alpine lakes as you approach Sikkimey Megu. A scenery like out of a nature magazine.

View from Daphey Bhir Pass

Singalila Dzongri Goechala Trek / Sikkim Kanchenjunga Trek
At Dafey Bhir with Christi Masi & Scott in 2012 on the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

The Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek, especially on the day while crossing the Dafebhir Pass (4330m), is truly otherworldly, as you have an incredible view over the Everest and the Kanchenjunga Range along the way. Another vital part of the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is that you also have the local cultural experience of engaging with the local Yak herders along the trek route, and you may also get the opportunity to share a cup of tea with them. If you have limited time, then there is also a shorter variation of the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek, the Yuksom Goechala Trek. Eight days and an 80-km trek.

Not only the views and the trail, but also the smiling demeanor and the mannerism of the people of Sikkim make the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek refreshingly different from all other trekking trails in the Himalayas. Every turn and bend on the Kanchenjunga Trail beckons one to stop and admire the unusually long Himalayan Range. The Peaks rising from the sea of clouds, and sometimes cloudless right from the bottom, are indeed an enduring scene. A peculiar dreamy feeling will envelop the onlooker, and the surroundings will appear surreal. The world may have taken a different garb now, but the charms and magic of the old Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek still hang in the air.

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Trekking from Pangdin to Bikhbari on the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

How hard is the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek?

The trek to Kanchenjunga Base Camp is the most beautiful trail to hike in the Sikkim Himalayas. But it is also among the most strenuous of the trekking trails in Sikkim and, at times, very challenging.

The Uttaray Chewabhanjyang Circuit route to the Kanchenjunga Base Camp is the strenuous route up and arguably the best hiking route in Sikkim. That’s because the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is a combination of all of the best elements of the other routes rolled into one fantastic hike.

If you’re looking for beautiful scenery, plenty of solitude, a healthy challenge, and the potential to spot wildlife, this is definitely the route for you. This path is virtually devoid of other trekkers, and as a result, the campsites are quiet, peaceful, and practically deserted.


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Lamunee Camp Site with Kanchenjunga in the Background on the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

A solitary Trek

Because the Uttaray Chewabhanjyang Kanchenjunga Base Camp trek route is longer than the other trails in Sikkim, it gives trekkers a chance to take in more of the mountains of Sikkim. Not only do they get a chance to hike across the awe-inspiring landscape of the Sikkim Himalayas, but they’ll also catch views of the Everest Range and the Kanchenjunga Range along the way.

The Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek also provides amazing views down onto the open valleys of Nepal that are found to the north of the trail, something that is seen by only a handful of other hikers while trekking on the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trail.

Best Season

April–May is a good time to trek when the park is alight with different varieties of flowering plants and the high meadows are filled with wildflower blooms. But the slowly approaching rain-bearing monsoon clouds will engulf the Sikkim Himalayas during May, because of which April is a good month for mountain views as well as for flowers.

October to November is another season recommended for this trek when the area is crisp and fresh and the horizon is clear for great mountain views. Be prepared for some rain from the retreating monsoon, but nothing much to get alarmed about, as October and November are dry months.

Accommodation and Food

The Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek in Sikkim is a camping trek, as no settlements are allowed inside the Kanchenjunga National Park. Twin shared sleeping tents (A-Tent or Dome Tent) with three-inch foam mattresses each for nighttime use will be provided.

A kitchen tent for cooking, a dining tent, and a toilet tent for guests only are provided for your use. The dining and kitchen tents also double up as sleeping tents for the support team.

Local vegetarian foods, such as Dal, rice, and curry, will be the staple diet during the entire Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek period.

But other food items like Chowmein, Noddle Soup, Macaroni, and Chapatis (bread) will be provided for lunch.

Breakfast is normally porridge, bread with jam and butter, pan cakes, eggs, and fruits, with coffee or tea.

Dinner will consist of rice, dal, and vegetable curry with soup, and end the dinner with hot chocolate drinks.

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Thansing Valley and Mt. Pandim enroute to Lamune Camp Site and Goechala pass View Point

Mobile Connectivity and Power

There is no electricity on the entire route. Therefore, bring with you enough battery banks or extra batteries for your camera. A solar charger will come in very handy on this long Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek.

Mobile connectivity is almost nil in most parts of the trek route, except in some parts.

What to Carry

  • A large day pack (50–55 l) for all your clothes, essential items, and a sleeping bag.
  • A day pack for you to carry large enough to put in your personal items, an umbrella or raincoat, a water bottle, a light fleece, and a windbreaker. Also carry with you polarized sunglasses.
  • Please include your personal medical kit in your day pack. Include in your medical kit medicines for fever, dysentery, anti-acidity tablets, and Diamox tablets for altitude sickness. Also, add anti-septic cream, sun screen lotion, Vaseline for chaffed skin, painkillers, crepe bandages for sprains, and water-proof bandaid for cuts, bruises, and toe blisters.
  • Waterborne disease is the most common way to fall sick; therefore, carry water-purifying tablets even though hard-boiled water will be provided every day for drinking.
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At the Goechala Pass View Point with Alen, Scott & Family on the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek on October 22, 2023


Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is a high-altitude trek in Sikkim that will see camping at 4000 m for some days at a stretch, where the temperature, especially at night, will drop to minus degrees Celsius. Therefore, include in your pack a woolen pullover or thick thermal jacket, a down jacket, woolen socks, and thermal inner wear. Also, include woolen or wind-proof thick gloves or mitton and balaclavas for evening use.

The daytime temperature will hover between 6 and 18 degrees Celsius. Therefore, carry along a windbreaker and a light fleece for day use, along with a couple of quick-dry T-shirts and light trekking pants for day use.

Last of all, an ankle-high Comfortable and durable trekking boots are a must, as the terrain is rough and uneven from the start to the Kanchenjunga Base Camp to Yuksom. If you have just purchased this pair of hiking boots, then be sure to break into them before trying it out on the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek.

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek Map
Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek Map: Map is not to scale and is for Illustration purpose only

Support Team

The support team for a two-member group will consist of a cook supported by two Kitchen helpers. A sherpa to take care of the tents, ponies to carry the camping equipment, baggages of the hikers, Food and other essential items and an experienced trekking Guide.

13 Best Tips to remember for the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

  1. Keep Your Feet Comfortable: Get yourself a pair of light ankle-high trekking boots. The ankle cuff should not be too high to avoid damaging your achilles. Try these boots on early before you actually embark on the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek, and break into them early so that you do not get blisters while on the trek.
  2. Get proper supportive socks: Get socks that are designed for trekking and hiking long distances. These socks are well worth investing in to give your feet extra protection on the Sikkim Kanchenjunga Trek.
  3. Train Before Hand: The Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek involves 15 days of hiking in high altitude at an average of 10 km of trekking per day. Therefore, it is important to train well before embarking on the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek. Training can include long walks, running, cycling, swimming, or any other physical activity that will improve your stamina and fitness.
  4. Train on a Range of Terrain: You will need to tackle a variety of terrain on the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek, from riverside trails to steep paths up a mountain trail filled with snow. Therefore, before you go on this trek in Sikkim, mix up your training with long walks on a variety of terrain.
  5. Acclimatize Well: It is essential to acclimatize properly as you trek to higher altitudes to prevent altitude sickness. Take regular breaks and spend extra nights at higher altitudes to give your body time to adjust.
  6. Remember to keep your muscles in good shape: It is important to stretch after long walks. Focus on your calves, quads, hamstrings, hips, and back.
  7. Practice with your backpack: Your main baggage will be carried by Porters/Pack Animals. But you will need to carry a day pack with you to put in all your essentials as well as personal items, like a passport, camera, water bottle, your personal medical kit, an umbrella, light fleece, and a wind stopper.
  8. Pack Your Bag accordingly: Your main baggage should not weigh more than 12/15 Kg in weight. But make sure to bring along warm clothes, woolen caps, woolen gloves, sun hat and waterproof Gears, comfortable trekking shoes, and other essential items needed for the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek. It is essential to include in your baggage first aid kit, water bottle, water purifying tablets, sunscreen lotion, Vaseline, sun glasses, spikes for use on the snow etc.
  9. Respect the Local Culture: The Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is home to the local people of Sikkim, who have their own unique culture and traditions. Respect their beliefs and culture, and be mindful of the impact that you will have on their environment.
  10. Stay Hydrated: It is important to stay hydrated at higher altitude to avoid altitude sickness. Therefore, drink plenty of water and avoid Alcohol and Caffeine.
  11. Take Your Time: The Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is not a race. So take your time and enjoy the scenery, and do not push yourself too hard.
  12. Prepare for the weather: The weather in the mountains can be very unpredictable. Therefore, be prepared for rain, snow and cold weather.
  13. Be flexible: Weather and other conditions can change very quickly in the mountains. Therefore, be flexible with your plans and be prepared to adjust your itinerary accordingly.

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  • Type of Trek : Camping Trek
  • Minimum Number of Participants Required : 2 Persons
  • Trek Grade : Moderate to Strenuous
  • No. of Days on the Trek : 15 Days
  • Total No. of Days : 21 Days
  • Highest Point : Goechala Pass view Point (4775 m)
  • Highest Camp Site: Pangdin (4210 m)
  • Starting & Ending Point: Bagdogra Airport, NJP Rail Station, Nepal Border
  • Group Departure Dates: We do not have group departures for the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek. Only a private trek for a minimum of two people can be arranged on a date of your choice. Customized private treks are also available for this trek.

Day 1: Arrive at Bagdogra Airport. Drive to Gangtok (4 hours). Overnight Hotel (B/B only).

Day 2: A Day in Gangtok.

After a hearty breakfast, it’s time to drive to Rumtek Monastery, located 23 kilometers from Gangtok. This monastery was built by the 16th Gyalwa Karmapa in 1959 and is a replica of the Tsurpu Monastery in Kham, Tibet. It is the biggest monastery in Sikkim, and is the seat of the Kagyu sect of Tibetan Buddhism. It also serves as a school for the monks in Sikkim. This monastery is a must-see for any visitor to the state. Its walls are adorned with intricate murals and golden statues of the Buddha, and it is an awe-inspiring sight to behold. Visit the Institute of Tibetology, which contains some ancient Buddhist scriptures and artifacts. In the meantime, our staff will process the trekking permit for the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek.

Day 3: Drive Gangtok to Pelling (1800 m/5-6 Hrs. Drive). Overnight Hotel.

Day 4: Acclimatization half-day walking tour of Pelling. Afternoon drive to Uttaray, the trek head for the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek (2012 m/ 35 km/2 hours).

Visit the Pemayangtse and the Sangacholing Monasteries. The two holiest and oldest monasteries in Sikkim.

Day 5: Sikkim Kanchenjunga Trek Starts. Trek Uttaray to Chewabhanjyang ( 3200 m/14 km/5-6 hours). Overnight Tents.

After the entry formalities are done, the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek from Uttray to Chewabhanjyang begins on a wide trail through a tropical, moss-laden pine and conifer forest decorated with ferns and lichens. This forest is home to wild animals like bears, musk deer, and hares.

Chewabhanjyang is a pass between Nepal and Sikkim, where trade between the two countries used to take place. As a result, the Indian Army has stationed security forces here. There is a police post on the Nepal side of the border too. The first day of the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is a challenging one, with a lot of uphill climbing until you reach Chewabhanjyang.

The altitude gain on the first day of the trek is 1100 meters, and it can be tough if you’re not used to this kind of terrain. However, the views of the surrounding mountains, the lush forests, and the unique wildlife make the effort worthwhile

Day 6: Acclimatization Day. Side Trek to Phoktey Dara on the Singalila Ridge. Overnight Tents.

The second day of the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek starts with an acclimatization trek to Phoktey Dara and Singalila Pass, the two highest points and the best trekking destinations in Sikkim for brilliant views of Everest and the Kanchenjunga Range. The trek starts early in the morning to catch the sunrise views of the mountain range. Return back to Chewabhanjyang for the night. Overnight Tents.

Day 7: Trek Chewabhanjyang to Gairi (3600 m/10.5 km/5 hours). Overnight Tents.

With a gain in altitude of 400 meters, the trail of this day of the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek starts climbing gently through pine and rhododendron forests, accompanied by the presence of the two dominant peaks of the Kanchenjunga Range.

This picturesque landscape is one of the most beautiful in the Sikkim Himalayas, making Sikkim an ideal destination for a trek. As you traverse through the forests, you’ll experience the serenity of the mountain atmosphere and be able to take in the majestic views of the mountain range.

With the gentle altitude gain and views of the mountain range, today is a pleasant day for the trek. You’ll be able to take in the fresh air and admire the spectacular views of the snow-capped peaks.

Day 8: Trek Gairi to Dhond (3900 m/6 km/3 hours). Overnight Tents.

The trail from Sikkimey Gairi immediately begins to climb with a 300-meter gain in altitude to Dhond. The trail offers spectacular views of the Kanchenjunga range, and the trail meanders through the rhododendron forest, giving way to Alpine vegetation as the trail reaches Dhond at 3900 meters. The trail is lined with Primula flowers, making it a picturesque journey through the Himalayan region.

Day 9: Trek Dhond to Paharae Megu (3800 m/12 km/5 hours). Overnight Tents.

Located in a lush green meadow and surrounded by rhododendron forests on all sides, Paharey Megu is a stunning camp site. A five-minute walk up to the ridge on the India-Nepal border offers an awe-inspiring view of the Kanchenjunga range as the sun rises. This mesmerizing sight is a must-see for any trekker and a sight to cherish.

The eighth day of the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is relatively easy, with no gain in altitude. It is a slight uphill and downhill trek through the rhododendron forest until you reach Paharae Megu, the camp site for the night. Along the way, you will be surrounded by the beauty of the remote and isolated landscape of the Sikkim Himalaya.

Day 10: Trek Paharae Megu to Jomlae Pokhari (4100 m/11 km/5 hours). Overnight Tents.

The 9th day of this trek is an amazing one, thanks to the spectacular views of Kokthang and the Kabru sisters. The trail is wide and easy to follow for about 1 km, and then the trail starts climbing for an hour. Then the trail levels out on a wide stone trail till the Twin Lakes, which also form the border between India and Nepal. This is where we stop for lunch. On the other side, one can see the small settlement of Timbong Pokhri, which falls inside Nepal. The hard trek uphill is compensated by the many lakes that are dotted along the trail, and the 300-meter gain in altitude at above 4000 meters will certainly give you an adrenaline rush. After lunch, it is a slow and steady climb to Dafey Bhir Pass and then a gradual drop down to Jomlae Pokhari, our camp site for the night.

The trail on the 9th day of the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is definitely one of the most beautiful and memorable of all the days. The views of the majestic mountains from Dafey Bhir Pass, the lush green valleys, and the many lakes that dot the mountainside give you that calming atmosphere of the Himalayas, and all these come together to give you an unforgettable trekking experience. Overnight Tents.

Day 11: Trek Jomlae Pokhari to Yangshyap (3543 m/9 Km/4 hours). Overnight Tents.

From Lam Pokhari, the trail takes you steadily and immediately up the mountain, passing through boulder-strewn paths that eventually lead to the Dafey Bhir Pass, located at an altitude of 4330m. The views a little away from the pass are nothing short of breathtaking, with the full range of the Himalayan mountains from Everest to Kanchenjunga in full view. Once at Daphey Bhir Pass, you become an ethereal part of the most beautiful 180-degree view of the Everest and the Kanchenjunga Range. It is moments like these that make up the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek in Sikkim. Moments that are meant to be bottled up and cherished forever.

From here, the path then starts to descend for about three kilometers, taking you through valleys and meadows as you make your way towards Gomathang. The last two kilometers of the trail are a steep descent, but the effort is well worth it when you reach Gomathang, where you can take a break for lunch.

After lunch, the trekking trail starts climbing immediately for about 2 km through thick pine forest. The trail then gently descends till Yangshyap, our camping ground beside a small stream for the night.

Day 12: Trek Yangshyap to Pangdin (4210 m/10 km/5-6 hours). Overnight Tents.

The trek to Pangdin, with a total distance of 10 km and an altitude gain of 710 m, is perhaps a gentle day of trekking on the eleventh day of the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek. The gentle uphill trek passes through dense tropical forest and starts climbing subtly from the time we start the trek. With the views of Pandim, Thinchenkhang, and Narsing visible on the right flank. The mountain view does compensate for the long trek through the forest. Except for the last 2 km of uphill before approaching Pangdin, the entire day of trekking is moderate in nature. The altitude gain of 700 m cannot be felt either.

Day 13: Trek Pangdin to Bikhbari (3900 m/9 km/5 hours). Overnight Tents.

The trek route from Pangdin to Bikhbari is a pleasant experience for your aching leg muscles, as it is not difficult and there is no sudden gain in altitude. As you traverse through the route, you’ll pass through Tyigabla and Rathong Valley.

Tyigabla holds immense significance to both Buddhist pilgrims and travellers alike. It is said that Guru Rimpoche, the enlightened Guru, used this route on his way to Nepal and Tibet while propagating Buddhism. It is also a route used by travellers to enter Nepal.

The most difficult part of the trek on this day is after lunch. It is a sheer uphill climb of a little more than an hour on a small trekking trail woven out on a wall. This part of the climb is treacherous, but after the climb, the scenery is beautiful, and the rest of the trek to our camp site at Bikhbari is an easy downhill trek.

Also, from Pangdin, the morning views of the snow-clad mountains of the Kanchenjunga Range are just spectacular to behold. From the ridge, you can even spot the Dzongri Campsite.

Day 14: Trek Bikh Bari to Dzongri (4030 m/8 Km/4 hours). Overnight Tents.

This is a short trek to Dzongri Ridge and an easy trek too, with a very gradual uphill trail till Dzongrilla Pass. From this pass, you can look down at the valley floor and the white peaks of Rathong, Kang, Frey Peak, and the Kabru sisters above the Himalayan Mountaineering Base Camp. From here, the trail dips slowly until we reach the camp site at Dzongri, 2 km away.

Day 15: Rest Day at Dzongri.

One of the most rewarding experiences on the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is the early morning hike to the Dzongri View Point, where you are welcomed by the most mesmerizing view of the Kanchenjunga Range. The view is especially rewarding during sunrise when the alpine glow colors the summit of Kanchenjunga painting it all red, and it is here that you will truly appreciate the beauty of nature. After you’ve taken in the breathtaking views, your journey back to camp begins. Breakfast awaits you on your return, making this early morning hike one of the most enjoyable and rewarding experiences of your trekking experience.

Day 16 : Trek Dzongri to Lamunee (4164m/11 Km/5-6 Hrs). Overnight Tents.

After Breakfast the trek to Lamunee begins. The trail starts with a gentle uphill climb on barren Alpine vegetation with mountain views in the distance for 1 km. The trail then dips down slowly for 2 km and then a steep downhill for another 2 km till you reach the river bed at Kookrochoong. From here, the trail meanders beside the river for a Kilometer before gradually ascending through the Rhododendron Forest until you reach Thansing. The remaining 3.8 km of the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek are on a wide, level path, with Mount Pandim and Thinchenkhang ever present on your right, towering above you.

Day 17 : Trek to Goechala Pass view Point and back to Kookrochoong (14 Km/6-7 Hrs). Overnight Tents.

Trekking to the Goechala Pass View Point is an exhilarating experience that you don’t want to miss! This 15 Km long round trek starts at 3 am in the morning and takes you to a height of 15,500 feet. The Goechala Pass view point offers unparalleled views of the Kanchenjunga Range and is one of the most sought-after  destination on the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek.

This stretch of the trek requires a certain level of physical fitness. Before reaching the Goechala View Point, you will have to cross the sacred Samiti Lake at 4210 m. Once you reach the view point, you can witness the mesmerizing sunrise on the snow-clad peaks of the Kanchenjunga Range. After spending some time at the top, you will make your way back to the campsite at Lamunee for breakfast. After a well-deserved rest, you will head down the Thansing Valley in a leisurely manner and camp for the night at Kookrochoong.

Day 18 : Trek Kookrochoong to Tchoka (2975 m/15 Km/6 Hrs). Overnight Tents.

The trek to Tchoka from Kookrochoong is perhaps the easiest part of this trek in Sikkim. This part of the trek route is a paradise for nature lovers, boasting with thick Rhododendron and Pine forests. With only a few uphill stretches until Phedang, where lunch will be served, the day’s trek is a great way to to enjoy a leisurely hike in Sikkim.

After lunch at Phedang, the trek to Tchoka is a downhill journey on a rough trail as you make your way to the campsite at the end of the day. This part of the trek route gives a great opportunity to observe the lush green forests and vivid fauna of the well preserved Kanchenjunga National Park in Sikkim Himalayas.

Day 19 : Trek Tchoka to Yuksom (1760 m/13 Km/6 Hrs). Overnight Lodge.

Tchoka to Yuksom is an easy 13 km trek through the dense forest of Kanchenjunga National Park. The first 3 km is a steep downhill and then it is a little up and down hill trail till Yuksom where the Trek ends. End of  the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek in Sikkim. Overnight Lodge.

Day 20 : Drive to Kalimpong ( 124 Km/4 Hrs). Overnight Hotel / Home Stay.

Day 21 : Drive to Bagdogra Airport for Final Departure. The end of the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

How much Does the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek Cost?

  • Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek Cost :  US$1730  per  Person.
  • Indian Trekkers Kindly Inquire for quotes in Indian Rupees

What is Included and Excluded in the Cost?


  • Hotel accommodation in Gangtok, Pelling and Kalimpong – twin share including breakfasts.
  • Twin share Rooms in Lodge in Uttaray & Yuksom.
  • Twin Share Accommodation in Tents while on the Trek.
  • Fully organized trek services with guide, porters, Ponies, Tents etc.
  • All fixed three meals everyday during trekking.
  • All road transport as per itinerary by car/jeep.
  • Service of an English speaking guide.
  • Entrance fees to monuments visited.
  • Kanchenjunga National Park Fees.
  • All Permits for Sikkim & Darjeeling.


  • 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.

NOTE:  The above given Itinerary is a sample, intended to give you a general idea of the likely trip schedule. Numerous factors such as weather, road conditions, Physical ability of the participants etc. may dictate itinerary changes either before departure or while on the trail. We reserve the right to change this schedule in the interest of the trip participant’s safety, comfort and general well being.

NOTE:  Trek is a strenuous & high altitude Camping trek through the most uninhabited part of Sikkim. Average camp sites are at an average altitude of 4000 m and is therefore meant for seasoned and experienced trekkers only. A Physical check up is mandatory.

  • Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek Cost:  US$1650  per  Person
  • Indian Participants Kindly inquire for quotes in Indian Rupees

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  • Hotel accommodation: twin share, including breakfast.
  • Twin-share rooms in the lodge in Yuksom.
  • Twin-share accommodation in tents while on the trek.
  • Fully organized trek services with guide, porters,Ponies, tents, etc.
  • Fixed three meals every day during trekking.
  • All road transport as per itinerary by car or Jeep.
  • Service of an English-speaking guide.
  • Entrance fees to monuments visited.
  • Kanchenjunga National Park Fees.
  • All Permits for Sikkim and Darjeeling.


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

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