Kanchanjunga at 8598 m is the world’s third-highest mountain lies on the border of Sikkim and Nepal. The eastern region of Nepal is remote & not explored totally for trekkers. On trekking along the challenging trails amid the mesmerizing vistas of Kanchenjunga, we get to witness exotic wilderness. This wonderful trek begins and ends at the small airstrip at Sukhetar (Taplejung), which lies in the remote north east corner of Nepal. The trekking route fascinating villages and pristine forests to the awe-inspiring South Face Base Camp at Ramche, before crossing the Mirgin La to the north side of Kanchenjunga and the Pang Pema base camp.
Eastern region have the ethnic cast like Rai, Tamang, Sherpa, Limbu etc having their own culture. The places like Basantapur, Dhankuta, Hile, Khandbari and Bhojpur are prosperous and clean. This area is also famous for tea growing area, Ilam tea is famous in Nepal.The trekking trips eastern mountains starts with either domestic flight or long journey by bus or other vehicle is necessary. The main domestic airports are Tumlingtar, Lamidada and Taplejung which have direct connection with Katmandu. The main attraction of this area are panoramic views of eastern mountains, Kumbakarna, Jannu Peak, Tent Peak, Givigela Chule, Chang Himal, Pathibhara, Olangchumgola (Newly opened), Dormo peak, Arun valley, Milke Danda (View point) etc. This area is rich on flora and fauna, at end of trip the program can be extended to Koshi Tappu wild life camp for bird watching and safaris. The trekking starting points are Taplejung, Basantapur, Hile, Chatra, and Lamidada.