The Kanchanjunga area in the eastern part of Nepal was closed until 1988 for trekking purpose, but lately it has been opened. Exploring these mountains and villages both towards the Kahchanjunga and Makalu base camp has a great potential. This vast and wonderful alpine area can be reached by a daily flight to Biratnagar and a drive to Dhankuta – Hile or Kathmandu to Hile. The Kanchanjunga massif with its numerous glacier systems, high pass crossing and vast untracked foothills offer the opportunity for almost endless exploration. The trek is the best in early autumn or late spring.The ascent from Phrombo through terraced fields and hododendron forest to the high passes. Then the router leads to the 3484m pass at Lashi from Taplejung villages towards the remarkable view point, Khumbakarna and Kabru (7310m), just a short distance away across the constant companions when they cross several passes to Gunsa village and descend the valley and take a trail back to Suketar and fly out to Biratnagar then again fly to Kathmandu.
Day 01 Arrival in Kathmandu Day 02 Preparation day in Kathmandu Day 03 Fly to Biratnagar Day 04 Fly to Taplejung, trek to Phrombo Day 05 Amjilasa Day 06 Gyaplu Day 07 Gunsa Day 08 Khambachhen Day 09 Lhonak Day 10 Pangpema Day 11 Lapuk Kharka Day 12 Shermalung Day 13 Selele Day 14 Yalung Kharka Day 15 Ramze Day 16 South Base Camp Day 17 Ramze Day 18 Forest Camp Day 19 Yanphudin Day 20 Pumphe Danda Day 21 Kande Bhanjyang Day 22 Lalikharka Day 23 Suketar Day 24 Fly to Biratnagar > Fly to Kathmandu Day 25 Kathmandu Day 26 Departure from Kathmandu