Kanchenjunga trekking is a strenuous journey of the eastern Himalayan region of Nepal to glimpse the third world highest mountain. The trip can start at Suketar or Basantpur after a bus and flight trip. Trekkers can explore an ethnic group, village lifestyle, sunrise and sunset views in the Tri-junction Border point of Nepal, India, and China. The Sikkimese people called “Five Treasures of the Great Snows” for the Kanchenjunga (8586 m), Yalung Kang (8505 m), Kanchenjunga West (8420 m) and Twin Peaks (both, 8476 m). Those peaks located 80 miles east of Mount Everest.
Kanchenjunga trekking is under-developed by Kanchenjunga Conservation Area (2035 Sq Km). The hiking was popular since the British expedition first climbed Mt. Kanchenjunga on 25 May 1955. Rai, Limbu and Brahmin people live along the trail. Kanchenjunga Conservation Area has temperate and sub-tropical forests with low river valley and open grasslands. There are 10 species of gymnosperms, 15 species of flowering plants, 30 species of rhododendron and 48 species of orchid flower. Spring and autumn season is the best to visit there.
Kanchenjunga trekking is an interesting for the high hill walking through the tea garden of Nepal. The hiking region recorded endangered mammals, such as snow leopard, Himalayan black bear, musk deer, red panda, blue sheep and rhesus monkey. There are found 252 species of birds, including Impeyan Pheasant, red-billed blue magpie, and shy Drongo. The popular place is Mitlung, Amjilassa, Gyapla, Gunsa, Kambachen, Kanchenjunga south and Kanchenjunga north base camp. The trip packages are below.