Best Time To Visit

October to March
April to June


Summer : Max 25ºC, Min 10ºC
Winter : Max 4ºC, Min – 5ºC

Best Places To Visit

Sandakphu Trek,Goecha La Trek,Dzongri Trek, Singalia Trek

About Kanchenjunga

Kanchenjunga is the 3rd highest mountain on earth. It rises with the altitude of 8,586 m (28,169 feet) in a section of the Himalayas called Kangchenjunga Himal that’s restricted in the west by the Tamur River as well as in the east by the Teesta River.The Kangchenjunga Himal is located in eastern Nepal and Sikkim, India.

The primary peak is the 2nd highest mountain after Mount Everest in Nepal. Three of the five Peaks – Main, Central and South – are to the edge between North Sikkim and Nepal. Two summits have been in the Taplejung District, Nepal. Kangchenjunga Main is the best mountain in India, as well as the easternmost of the mountains higher than 8,000 m (26,000 feet). It’s called Five Treasures of Snow after its five high peaks, and has been idolized by the individuals of Sikkim and Darjeeling.

Kangchenjunga is the official spelling embraced by Douglas Freshfield, A. M. Kellas, and the Royal Geographical Society that gives the greatest indication of the Tibetan pronunciation.
Until 1852, Kangchenjunga was supposed to be the highest mountain on earth, but computations based on measurements and several readings done under Great Trigonometrial Survey in 1849 came to the decision that Mount Everest, called Peak XV in time, was the hightest. It was later announced that Kangchenjunga is the 3rd highest mountain.
Joe Brown and George Band climbed Kangchenjunga for the first time ever on 25 May 1955. They were part of a british expedition. Joe stopped short of the peak in accordance with the assurance given to the Chogyal the peak would remain inviolate. Everyone who have climbed the mountain has followed this tradition.

The Kanchenjunga summit may be viewed from many points in Darjeeling Tiger Hills is among the greatest areas from where you are able to see the summits. To reach Tiger Hills you create a brief journey of 12 kilometers and can hire a cab.

By Air
Many carriers run direct flights from Kolkata, Guwahati and Delhi to Darjeeling. Kolkata and Delhi airports are well connected with international cities throughout the world. Few international cities like Paro and Bangkok have direct flights. Once you reach in the airport, a taxi can be hired by you or share a cab to get to Darjeeling, that will take you.

By Bus
The normal bus service (that’s about 70 kilometres away) is not very fast but efficient. Bus services that are similar will also be accessible from neighbouring towns like Kalimpong and Kurseong which is 50 kilometres away respectively and 31. Even daily buses runs to Darjeeling; yet, we propose taking a taxi that is common instead.

By Train
The closest railway station is at New Jalpaiguri (62 kilometres in the principal town) which links important Indian cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Guwahati, Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Bhubaneshwar and Cochin.

Kangchenjunga Trek
Trekking in kangchenjungaKangchenjunga (Kanchenjunga) is situated on the eastern border of Nepal. Its main peak is the third highest in the world (8,586 m). several other peaks in the Kangchenjunga range are over 8,000m. This trek to this area is probably the best that trekking has to offer in terms of lush natural beauty. Travelling into the Yalung glacier and over the Lapsang la and down the difficult route back to Taplejung is an unforgettable experience. However, as the trip crosses the 4,000m mark several times, one must take care of high altitude sickness.

Sandakphu, being the highest peak in West Bengal offers grand views of the world’s tallest peaks. Lhotse and Makalu, the fourth and fifth highest peaks in the world stand tall at 8,516 mts and 8,463 m, trying to outdo the world’s tallest peak. But how can they? After all, the Everest stands in between them, towering over everything! The months of October and November offer crystal clear mountain views and you can enjoy the glorious sunrise from Sandakphu and Phalut. If you trek in winter, you can even experience fresh snow at Sandakphu!

Dzongri Trek
Dzongri TrekAmazing though it may seem, this whole glory can be savoured on a single trek through West Sikkim. Hugging the razor edged Singalila Ridge, the Himalayan divide between India and Nepal, this much-talked about trek to Dzongri, gets the best of West Sikkim etched indelibly on adventurous minds. From the trail head at Yuksom, the erstwhile capital of Sikkim in the velvet green of 5,800 feet, to the high point of Dzongri Top at 15,000 feet, right in the splendour of the Kanchenjunga National Park, the trek passes through thickly forested ridges crowded with rich flora to the heights above the tree line, finally culminating at the breathtaking snowy heights of the Kanchenjunga National Park.

Khangchendzonga National Park
Total area of the park is 1784.00 Km2. It was declared as a National Park in the year of 1977. The park gets its name from the third highest mountain in the world, Kanchenjunga or Khangchendzonga (which means The Abode of the Gods) which forms an impressive background in the park at an imposing 8,586 meters………
National park is an area which is strictly reserved for the betterment of the wildlife & biodiversity, and where activities like developmental, forestry, poaching, hunting and grazing on cultivation are not permitted. Their boundaries are well marked and circumscribed.


  • Trekking guide, cook, potters and yaks
  • Trekking permit
  • Kanchenjunga National Park fees and Sikkim royalty
  • Kitchen tents on site
  • Medical kit during the tour
  • Local and experience guide
  • Airport pickup and drop-off

Package detail

Duration : 7 Nights / 8 Days

Day 1: Arrive At Yuksom

Arrive at Yuksom, Accommodation in Hotel at Yuksom (Standard Hotel)

Day 2 : Yuksom – Tshoka

Yuksom – Tshoka (8 hour trek, 16km, Lunch will be provided on the way at Sachen) (2850 Mtrs)

Day 3 : Tshoka – Dzongri

Tshoka – Dzongri (6-7 hour trek, Lunch will be provided on the way at Phedang)(3850 Mtrs)

Day 4 : Dzongri

Dzongri (Acclimatization)(Early morning walk to Dzongri Top 4000 mtrs for morning Sunrise, after breakfast trek to Dzongrila Pass and Kabur Lam Chu Lake)

Day 5 : Dzongri - Lamuni

Dzongri –  Lamuni ( 6 hour trek, 10 kms, lunch will be provided at Kukchurung) (4200 Mtrs)

Day 6 : Lamuni – Goechala – Thangshing

Lamuni – Goechala – Thangshing (Early morning trek to Zemathang point 1 for morning sunrise and after, trek to Goechala @ 4960mtrs and back after lunch trek downhill to Thangshing 3850 mtrs)(6-7 hour trek)

Day 7 : Thangshing – Tshoka

Thangshing – Tshoka (6-7 hour trek, Lunch will be provided at phedang)(2850 mtrs)

Day 8 : Tshoka – Yuksom

Tshoka – Yuksom (6 hour trek, 16 Kms, lunch will be provided at Sachen)(1800mtrs) TREK END (Accommodation will be provided at Yuksom)

Other details

During Trek

During the Trek:

  • Three meals a day will be provided while on trek.
  • Adequate amount of Load Animals and potters will be available for services.
  • One Guide (English Speaking) will accompany the group.
  • A tourist standard hotel accommodation will be provided on 13th September 2014 and 20th September 2014 at Yuksom.
  • No transportation service will be provided from Siliguri to Yuksom and Back, hence one need to manage the vehicle themselves.
  • Tents (At Lamuni) and sleeping bags will be provided.
  • In case of any emergency exit or cancellation no refund shall be made.

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