Kanchenjunga trekking is not a much-explored trekking region in the eastern part of Nepal. Among the handful of least visited trekking regions, the Kanchenjunga region is one of the most demanding treks in Nepal. It is named after the highest mountain in the world Mt. Kanchenjunga (8586 m). Kanchenjunga trekking allows travelers to walk through the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area, declared in March 1998.
Kanchenjunga Trekking basically follows one of the remote trails, decorated with lush rhododendron forests, remarkable landscape views, and remote villages. Kanchenjunga region is considered as the “must trek once in a lifetime” trekking region in Nepal; it has the world's third-highest mountain named Mt. Kanchenjunga (8586), which is also happened to be the major attraction of this region. Trekking in the Kanchenjunga region includes both the northern and southern base camps of Kanchenjunga. The highest valley on the northern side Pangpema (5150 m) and Oktang (4370 m) on the other side are separated by Sele La Pass. Pangpema which is also the highest point of Kanchenjunga trekking offers a picturesque view of Kanchenjunga (8586 meters), Kangbachen (7903 meters), Ramtang Peak (6601 meters), Table Sikhar (6341 meters), Nepal Chuli (6910 meters), and Kirat Chuli (7365 meters) and from the southern side, Oktang offers views of Kokthang (6148 meters), Rathong (6678 meters), Kabru Range, Kanchenjunga Range and Jannu (7710 meters).
Kanchenjunga trekking provides you immense pleasure and a great opportunity to discover a remote Nepali lifestyle in its original state. In addition, Kanchenjunga trekking escorts you through amazing flora and fauna inside the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area which is also home to the endangered elusive snow leopards, Asian black bears, and red panda. There is no doubt that the Kanchenjunga trekking region is for those travelers who want to experience more of Nepal. For trekking in the Kanchenjunga region, travelers must have to get a special permit card because it is a restricted area trekking region that shares a border with India and China (Tibet).
Nepal Adventure Team recommends the Kanchenjunga trekking for those who are dying for adrenaline-filled trekking routes, along with nature and culture.