KanchanJungha Expedition (8586 m)

Climbing time: March & September

Mt. Kanchanjunga is the third highest mountain in the world. Until 1849 it was believed to be the highest. It is an enormous mountain mass and is located on the border of Nepal and sikkim. It is the most easterly of the great 8,000 m peaks of the Himalayas. The name of kanchanjunga or kachendzonga is often translated as five Treasures of the great snow. A reference of the high peaks that rise from the surrounding glaciers.


Day 1: Arrive Kathmandu
Day 2 – 5: Stay in kathmandu, official formalities.
Day 6: Drive to Gopetar
Day 7: Gopetar, acclimatizaion day
Day 8: Panchami
Day 9: Dovan
Day 10: Khewang
Day 11: Yamphudin
Day 12: Amjikhola
Day 13: Toranto
Day 14: Tseam
Day 15: Ramje
Day 16: Glaciar camp
Day 17: Kanchenjangha Base camp
Day 18 – 20: Base camp
Day 21 -59: Climbing period
Day 60: Cleaning up base camp
Day 61: Ramje
Day 62: Amjikhola
Day 63: Yamphudin
Day 64: Khewang
Day 65: Panchami
Day 65: Gopetar
Day 67: Drive to Kathmandu
Day 68 – 70: Kathmandu
Day 71: Back to home


5 night hotel accommodation in Kathmandu in tourist standard hotel in B/B in twin sharing basis, Domestic air ticket, custom clearance, 03 high altitude Sherpa with equipment, daily wages and insurance, 01 cook, 01 kitchen boy at base camp, base camp tent, dining tent, table and chairs, base camp food,all necessary porters, local transportation, peak permit fee, liaison office, other permit and national park fee.

Major meals during Kathmandu stay personal equipment & climbing gear, medical and personal high-risk insurance, epi gas and oxygen, altitudes tents and food for member and Sherpa, international air ticket, airport departure tax, telephone and laundry,alcoholic beverages and item of a purely personal nature etc.

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