Are you bored while exploring Nepal's Manaslu Trek, Everest, or Annapurna? There are many more places in this country to trek, and the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is quite popular. On these routes, there aren't hundreds of thousands of people crowding around, but there are enough to keep the trip enjoyable. You move peacefully and independently at your own pace rather than in a crowd.
Within the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area Project, Kanchenjunga Base Camp is located in the far eastern region of Nepal. You can follow it to the foothills of Mount Kanchenjunga, the third-tallest mountain in the world (8586 m). You can find out about this area's diverse way of life, customs, cuisine, and culture by walking in the limited Kanchenjunga Base Camp walking area.
You need two permits—a KCAP and a restricted area entry permit—to start the trek. Since the Kanchenjunga hike is a tea-house excursion, you can be guaranteed hospitality because the people there are hospitable and friendly. There are few rest places because the trails are still in their infancy. You stay above 4500 meters on this walk and cross several high passes. The lush greenery and stunning scenery change from grasslands to coniferous forests.