Kanchanjunga Region The Kanchanjunga Himal (8586m) infinite variety of landscapes cultures and panoramic views of Himalayas. The 24 days trek beings with flight to Suketar via Biratnagar or road transport of Basantapur for 35 days trek; walk to Phurumbu observing colorful villages green forest, gorgeous and splendid views of the Himalayas and reaches Pang-Pema at an elevation of 4800 meters, returns to Suketar (Taplejung) for flight to Kathmandu via Biratnagar.
The far-east region of Nepal provides unique treks along rarely visited trails. One of the main attractions is the spectacular scenery of rhododendrons in bloom on the hills and ridges along the way. Deer and wild sheep are often spotted in the area and birds are found in abundance. The region is home to ethnic groups of Kirant, notably the Rais and Limbus. The popular trekking areas in this region are Kanchenjunga area, Milke Danda and Jaljale Himal. In general, the region has not been developed to cater to independent trekkers so groups must be fully self sufficient.
Mount Kanchenjunga, one of the world's most spectacular mountains, is renowned as the queen of mountains. Kangchenjunga, the third highest peak on the planet, can boast of varied ecological zones, from the subtropical land to glacial wilderness. Mighty Kangchenjunga glacier is the most famous attraction of Kanchenjunga. Great valleys, encircled by high peaks, are another feature of Kanchenjunga. Mt. Kanchenjunga is a massif with its highest peak reaching 8,586metres. It is encircled with dozens of peaks, each of them competing with their queen.