Bokta peak climbing (6114m) kanchanjungga

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Bokta peak climbing (6114m) kanchanjungga

Highlight of Suketar-chiruwa-ghunsa- khambachen -Bokta peak-Lapsangla pass-yalung base camp-yamphudin-suketar

Duration: 31 Days

Type of Trek: Tea house/Camping.

Activities: Trekking, Peak climbing Culture Tours

No of Pax: 2 to 20

Max Altitude: 6114 m.

Mode of travel: Land and flight Transportation

Best Month: September/October/November/March/April/May

Minimum pax: 2 persons

Bokta peak climbing one of the very best climbing at kachanjungga area in the category of 6000m peaks. Bokta peak is located in Taplejung District of eastern of Nepal Closed to the thirst Highest Mountain in the world – Mt Kachanjungga. Bokta peak stand tall at an altitude of (6114m) above the sea level. The west side of this peak is straight up and technical. There is no straightforward path in the east side of this peak and the most appropriate path is north of the mountain. The route follows the snow slope while the slope is quite vertical and vulnerability to rock fall. Listed as Group “A “climbing peak by Nepal mountaineering  association (NMA) Bokta peak receives fair amount of Climber yearly therefor making it less crowed climbing Choice. This adventurous trekking peak is not often climbed and also it has not been long since the peak was permitted to climb under the authorization of mountaineering Association of Nepal. Permits were issued only since 2002. In a year, only fair number of people climbs this peak therefore, it is less crowed. Bokta peak is one of the adventurous peaks and also climbing this peak is not so easy but if you are someone looking for exciting adventure less remote part of the Himalayan range, Bokta peak is definitely  for you. Climbing to Bokta peak is an excellent opportunity to view glorious shite of M.t Kanchenjunga, Khumbhakarna or jannu, karpu range including several adjoining high peaks. Bokta peak climbing truly an exciting experience. The pleasure of exploring less beaten path and well preserved natural wonders of Kachanjungga region with the flourishing valleys, Attractive wilderness, awe-inspiring scenery and intermingling with welcoming locals is something you cannot describe in worlds. The Best season for Bokta peak climbing is in spring: March to May and in autumn from September to December.

Climbing Himalaya for mountaineering info and explore in Nepal Himalaya peak, we would like to organize Bokta peak climbing as in as per our client’s requirement or in a Fixed package arranged by us to provide different experience as compared to others. We offers package of Bokta peak climbing That’s Covers: Logistic, Transportation, Accommodation, all food, and professional mountain Guide and porter all of precisely what we need for climbing Bokta peak and in a reasonable price. Bokta peak climbing cost offered here are reasonable in a sense that we make sure that you have the Best of everything. We would like to explore in Himalaya and make professional climbing in Nepal. All climbers who want to be at the summit Dream of the Bokta peak (6141m) please feel free to contact us at climbing Himalaya to achieve your most awaited dream. We believe we are proficient enough to handle any kind of problems perfectly and professionally.


During our Bokta peak climbing (6114m) kanchanjungga; we can enjoy typical Nepali food, different ethnic cuisines as well as all types of international cuisine (Tibetan, Continental, Italian, and Indian.) from pizza and Chips to apple pie. We can even enjoy hot chocolates, variety of breads, variety of drinks, and snacks. Breakfast of a day will be served from the tea house or lodge menu where we spent the night. Lunch will be served on the way to destination and dinner and breakfast will be served at the tea house where you spend the night.


All accommodations for Bokta peak climbing (6114m) kanchanjungga are on twin sharing basis included in the trip cost and are chosen based on standard of hygiene, standard of service and food, location, etc. There are two styles of accommodations during the trip. We will spend 23 nights in standard tea house or lodge or Tent hotel in which there are unheated rooms with wooden beds and foam mattresses. I will try to provide Best Tea house as much as possible, however tea houses or lodges of some places only have shared washing and toilet facilities

Health and Experience Requirements

Bokta peak climbing (6114m) kanchanjungga is a difficult trip suitable for passionate adventurers who have ability to walk at least 6-7 hours a day with a light day pack. In some days we might even need to walk more hours. Walking in higher altitude is physically demanding than walking in the lower altitudes; however, those in excellent physical condition with above average fitness and some hiking experience can do this trek. Positive attitude, self-confidence and strong determination are things that aid to accomplish trip successfully. Exercising and jogging regularly for some weeks prior of the trip are good idea to enhance strength and stability.

Travel Insurance

It is a condition upon trips that all clients be insured for comprehensive expenses that might incur due to medical issues or accidents (this includes air ambulance, helicopter rescue, and treatment costs). Please note that we don’t arrange or sell insurance.


‘During Bokta peak climbing (6114m) kanchanjungga itinerary is planned with a high degree of awareness of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness). Going up at higher altitudes too fast causes a medical condition serious enough to result in death. The higher the altitude, the less oxygen will be in the air. For example, at an altitude above of 5000m, there is 50% less oxygen than at sea level. Therefore, our body needs many days to adapt to an environment with less oxygen. Itineraries generally allow sufficient time to acclimatize. So, for a safe trek, it is absolutely essential to allow sufficient time for acclimatization. Sensible planning is therefore required to minimize the risk of AMS. Mild headaches, fever, loss of appetite or stomach disorders are symptoms of AMS.

Day 1
Arrival Kathmandu (1275m)

Upon Arrival, in Kathmandu Airport you will be expected to complete your custom formalities (Visa etc.) We suggest you look for our representative who will be waiting for you at the arrival gate with the Everest View Treks and Expedition display board you will then be transferred to hotel manang or another hotel similar category Include B/B.

Day 2
Sightseeing in Kathmandu and preparation trekking

Completion of required official procedures and taking a cultural tour of Kathmandu before the actual Trekking will be the main agenda of this day. After Breakfast, there will be cultural tours to world heritage sites in Kathmandu which include Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath Hindu Temple, Swayambhunath and Boudhanath during the afternoon, you will of the Trekking program along with your guide at EVT office for a pre-Trips discussion Briefing Include B/B.

Day 3
Fly from Kathmandu to Biratnagar (82m/267ft)

You will fly from Kathmandu to Biratnagar depending upon the availability of flying options to Suketar from Biratnagar you will be presented with either of the two possibilities listed below.If there is an availability of flight to Suketar you spend the night Biratnagar and fly to Suketar the Next morning.If there no flight available to Suketar you drive Phidim overnight there. Overnight at hotel include meal B/L/D.

Day 4
Fly from biratnagar to suketar (2420m)

If you spend overnight at biratnagar the previous day you will Directly flight suketar this day and spend the night there but if you spend your night in phidim you will be driving to suketar Either way you spend overnight at suketar Overnight at hotel include meal B/L/D.

Day 5
Suketar to Mitlung (921m) 4 to 5 hour.

We officially kick start the day with a downhill walk to Mitlung. The trails throughout the lower section of the Kanchenjunga region pass through fertile valleys with beautiful pastures and small villages. We the cross Hangdewa river and walk alongside the raging Tamor river. As we gradually head in a northerly direction the trail steepens after a few hours before a final descend of 350 meter on a muddy trail to Mitlung. Overnight at Tent camp/Basic Tea house Include meal B/L/D.

Day 6
Mitlung To chiruwa (1270m) 6to7 hrs

The trail ascends and descends steadily as we make our way towards the village sinwa we continue Trekking downhill until we reach Tawa At Tawa We ascend to some heights and cross the suspension bridge at Tiwa. We pass beautiful rural landscape along the way and reach Chirawa, a beautiful Limbu village with few lodges. Tea house etc. we spend the night in chirawa camp. Overnight at Tent camp/Basic Tea house Include meal B/L/D.

Day 7
Chiruwa to Sukathum (1576m) 5to6 hrs

The Trek from chiruwa to Sukathum passed though varied landscape such as cardamom fields and dense forest. We trek uphill for sometime then descend to the lush green fields below and continue trekking along the Tamor River passing through a dense forest. It is both uphill and downhill trek until crossing the ghunsa river after which we reach suksthum and spend the night there camp. Overnight at Tent camp/Basic Tea house Include meal B/L/D.

Day 8
Suksthum to Amjjilasa (2308m) 6to7 hrs.

Trekking from Sukathum to Amjjilasa is challenging. After crossing the suspension bridge outside sukathum we enter dense forest, ascend the steep trail. Descend and cross the river again. We also climb a gorge from the bottom and pass by Solima village and descend again to the level of the river. All in all, this day s trekking is rather tough. Therefore, it is advisable to be very careful especially while walking the trail that passed the gorge. We later follow a tricky trail which goes both uphill and downhill until reaching Amjjilasa where we spend overnight here camp. Overnight at Tent camp/Basic Tea house Include meal B/L/D.

Day 9
Amjjilasa to Gyabla (2,720m) 6 to 7 hrs walk.

We start Trekking from the river bank. Pass through a decently forest of Bamboo.fir and rhododendrons eventually reaching a small stone house by the river. We then climb uphill crossing a few small bridge along the way Here we get to enjoy the company of stunning waterfall that originate from the mountain. After at another short uphill walk we reach the Tibetan settlement to Gyabla. Overnight at Tent camp/Basic Tea house Include meal B/L/D.

Day 10
Gyabla to Ghunsa (3595m) 5 to 6 hrs walk.

We descend down the river and notice the valley at it slowly open up before reaching phale a Tibetan refugee settlement where it is possible to purchase handicrafts and homemade rugs from locals. After purchasing a few souvenirs we travel through conifer and pine forest and reach the Sherpa village of Ghunsa. Where we spend the night. This place is known for its hydroelectricity plant and the fact that more than 20 prominent conservationists met a tragic in end a Helicopter crash. Overnight at Tent camp/Basic Tea house Include meal B/L/D.

Day 11
Acclimatization day at Ghunsa

We take care to spend time acclimatizing around Ghunsa before continuing our next day’s treks. we recommend you to stay active even in a rest day as it is better than being idle while on a Trekking journey. Therefore, we take short hike toward the laspsanla monastery through the lush green forest. Come back to Ghunsa by afternoon and relax. Overnight at Tent camp/Basic Tea house Include meal B/L/D.

Day 12
Ghunsa to Kambachen (4050m) 5 to 6 hrs walk

From Ghunsa we trek further north along the river bank which presents us with magnificent mountain scenery. We pass through meadows full with beautiful wildflower, rhododendron and pine forest. We cross a bridge at Rampuk kharka, continue pass the water fall and cross the tricky section. Of the landslide. After crossing the landslide area we begin to see the spectacular view of mt. Jannu for the Exploring and tackling the tricking mountain trail we finally arrive at kambachen and spend Overnight at Tent camp/Basic Tea house Include meal B/L/D.

Day 13
Kambachen to Lhonak (4780m) 6 to 7 hrs walk.

Today we will be another challenging day and early start is needed. We trek through rocky fields and large boulders on the hill side along the river bank and arrive at waterfall. We than cross a bridge to Ramtang monastery. We than come across a landslide section which we must pass through at the steady pace before descending to the river and finally arriving at Lhonak. Overnight at Tent camp/Basic Tea house Include meal B/L/D.

Day 14
Lhonak to Pangpema/Kanchenjunga North camp(5388m) 5 to 6 hrs walk.

We trek along the Kanchenjunga Glacier to spend a night at pangpema. Kanchenjunga base camp on the north side. We urge you to be careful around the rockier sections as the they are prone to landslide. After a short while you reach pangpema. A flat grassy base camp Climb a little higher and enjoy the splendor of Jannu, Kanchenjunga and Chhang himal. Overnight at Tent camp/Basic Tea house Include meal B/L/D.

Day 15
Pangpema to Kambachen (4050m) 6 to 7 hrs walk.

We retrace our path to Lhonak and continue down the valley to Ramtang Monastery. The retune journey offers a different perspective of the mountain Kanchenjunga Table Shikhar Gimmigela and mehera peak among other. Due to the descending nature of This Trek we will reach kambachen by evening we spend Overnight at Tent camp/Basic Tea house Include meal B/L/D.

Day 16
Kambachen to Ghunsa (#595m) 3 to 4 hrs walk.

It’s essentially reveres of our day 16 Treks. We descend to Ghunsa from kambachen which means that we get to enjoy the beautiful forest along with a backdrop of impressive mountain scenery Overnight at Tent camp/Basic Tea house Include meal B/L/D.

Day 17
Ghunsa to yakkharka (42 90m) 6 to 7 hrs walk.

It s steep Trek upward from Ghunsa to yakkharka upon reaching yakkharka we climb through a dense forest of moss. Rhododendron and Juniper. Lunch we will be served in an appropriate place with the availability of water. We spend the night in yak kharka at camp. Overnight at Tent camp Include meal B/L/D.

Day 18
Yak kharka trek to Bokta base camp overnight tent camp

Trek from Yak kharka to Bokta base camp we walk steep up hill gradual flat up hill to base camp around 4 to 5 hour we arrive for lunch our camp we didon’t stop for lunch on the way Overnight tent camp Include meal B/L/D.

Day 19
Rest day base camp preparation day

with Everest View treks And Expedition climbing Guide will teach /short Training how to fixed or blay the rope whiling climbing the Bokta peak. Overnight tent camp include meal B/L/D.

Day 20
today we start early summit Bokta peak (6114m) then come back base camp

Today Summit day Bokta peak we start early morning what time start our Guide tell you before day after Dinner after summit come back to Base camp Overnight tent camp include meal B/L/D.

Day 21
Trek to Ramche via Lapsangla pass(5100m) 6 to 7 hour walk overnight tent camp/tea house

Trek to Ramche today we pass Lapsangla pass (5100m) we wlka from bokta base camp all the way up to top then we walk mostly down hill and gradual flat to ramche Overnight tent camp include meal B/L/D.

Day 22
trek to yalung base camp back to ramche overnight tent camp

We ascend pass the snout of the yalung Glacier and walk alongside the simbuwa Khola. Pass through Lap sang village and reach ramche. While there, we walk further up the valley or ascend a ridge for a tremendous view of blue sheep’s. We than follow the stream before climbing on the moraine top until confronted by Kanchenjunga’s southern face. We walk further ahead for a glimpse og the jannu Himal. We can even consider continuining to oktang Monastery Descend and spend the overnight in ramche Overnight tent camp include meal B/L/D.

Day 23
Ramche to tortong (2955m) 5-6 hrs walk.

As we descend to tortong we first encounter two trails. One trail is the one we took while descending down from sele le. However we ignore this route and descend further down to the trail alongside the simbhuwa khola. We enjoy the lush rhododendron forest along the way Overnight tent camp/Basic tea house include meal B/L/D.

Day 24
Tortong to yamphudin (2080m) 7-8 hrs walk.

While descending from tortong to yamphudin we pass through lasiva bhanjyang which involves walking up through trees and area of landslide. The terrain changes after every monsoon but by the middle of October it should be stable with a route through. Walking further down we reach the village of yamphudin. A village inhabited by Sharps, Limbus and rais. Overnight tent camp/Basic tea house include meal B/L/D.

Day 25
Yamphudin to Mamakhe (1007m)6-7 hrs walk.

We descend from yamphudin, cross the bridge at samekham and continue following the kabeli khola. We pass through Mamakhe which house the Limbu museum and culture center. We than cross the bridge over khaksewa khola. And ascend through the cardamom forest. Pass by a few villages and descend further down to Mamakhe Overnight tent camp/Basic tea house include meal B/L/D.

Day 26
Trek from Mamakhe to Keswa (21m)5-6 hrs walk o/n at tent camp

today we walk through the local village with up downhill to kesawa Village you we can see terrec many rice field Overnight tent camp/Basic tea house include meal B/L/D.

Day 27
Trek from Keswa to lalikharka (22oom) 5-6 hour walk o/n at tent camp.

today we walk up downhill after crossing suspenses bridge will climb to lalikharka Overnight tent camp/Basic tea house include meal B/L/D.

Day 28
Trek from Lalikharka to Suketar (1920m) 5-6 hour walk o/n at tent camp.

Today is last Day walk our kachanjungga trek all most Graduel flat up downhill to suke tar we celabrate last night wit our staff Overnight tent camp/Hotel include meal B/L/D.

Day 29
After Breakfast flight to biratnagar than connecting flight to Kathmandu

Today we have early morning Flight to Kathmandu Via biratnagar then continuing Kathmandu flight if we have more than 12 pax we can make Charter flight Direct Kathmandu transfer to hotel Include B/B.

Day 30
Leisure day at Kathmandu

This pleasant day you may have full day at leisure at your own or can be extends your extra trip with us on additional cost. We can assist you to visit some other places of interest in the valley like patan, Bhaktapur and famous streets. At the evening you can have last in Nepal enjoying the Nepalese cultural dinner show exchanging greeting among friends and with all Nepalese people.Include B/B and farewell dinner.

Day 31
Fly home farewell friend

You are saying good bye to the mountains as your journey in Nepal. Comes to an end today we hope you enjoyed the tour with us, and are sure you will be back in your trip somewhere in the Himalayan again. Approximately 3 hour before your scheduled flight a representative from Everest View Treks And Expedition will transfer you to the airport on your way home you ll have plenty of time to plan your next Adventure in the wonderful country of Nepal

Cost Included

1. All Hotel airports transfer as per itinerary.
2. Kathmandu Hotel four nights with breakfast and bed and breakfast plan.
3. Flight  Kathmandu suketar  kathamndu for clients & guide.
4. Best available lodge tea house and tent accommodation during the trek.
5. All food ; Breakfast, Lunch and dinner during the trekking.
6. Domestic flight and exit taxes.
7. All necessary national park fees, bokta  peak climbing permit and kachanjungga national park fees.
8. Entire administration and local Taxes
9. One guide and porter  Climbing supporter salary insurgence, food, transportation, staff equipment and gov. taxes.
10. Fresh Fruit after dinner everyday
11. 1 pc snickers  or chocolate bar each person every day.
12. all camping Gear kitchen Equipment.

13. climbing guide during the Bokta peak climbing 4 trekkers 1 climbing guide

14. Climbing guide Salary+ accommodation+ food+climbing Bonus+insurance

15. bokta peak Map

16. complementary trekking kit Bag

17. medical kit.

18. all service charge

19. Bokta peak summit certificate

20. Well come dinner and Fare well Dinner

Cost Excluded

1 Nepal Visa fees on your airport arrival (You should bring accurate USD cash and two passport size picture)
2. Personal expenses (Shopping, Laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, mineral water or boiled water, Phone calls, hot shower etc)
3. Your Lunch and dinners in Kathmandu (This apply only on early come back from trek then the fixed itinerary)
4. Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu than above itinerary.
5. International fare/arrival taxes/departure taxes to and from Kathmandu
6. Tips for guides and porters.
7.  Rescue incase emergency

Check list
Recommended Gear Lists:
01.) Good wind/rain jacket
02.) Warm fleece jacket or jersey
03.) Good boots, either light-weight trekking boots or light full leather boots
04.) Good -20 Sleeping bag (which can be rented or buy in Kathmandu)
05.) A comfortable day pack, preferably with a waistband.
06.) Fleece jacket or pullover
07.) Fleece Wind-Stopper jacket (optional)
08.) Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell jacket
09) Down vest and/or jacket (optional)
10.) Lightweight gloves
11.) Heavyweight gloves or mittens with a waterproof shell outer
12.) Sun hat or scarf
13) Light balaclava or warm fleece hat
14.) Sunglasses with UV protection
15.) T-shirts
16.) Underwear
17.) Hiking shorts
18.) Lightweight cotton long pants
19.) Light and expedition weight thermal bottoms
20.) Fleece or wool pants
21.) Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell pants
22.) Thin, lightweight inner socks
23.) Thick, warm wool hiking socks
24.) Hiking boots with spare laces
25.) Camp shoes (sneakers and/or sandals)

Other necessary equipments:
1.) Headlamp (e.g. Petzl Zoom) with spare bulbs and batteries
2.) Small pad or combination lock-to-lock trek bag
3.) Basic First Aid Kit (We also provide comprehensive first aid medical kit and Oxymeter)
4.) Large plastic bags – for keeping items dry inside trek bag
5.) Day pack (approximately 2500 to 3000 cubic inches)
6.) Water bottles (2 bottles recommended)
7.) Toiletries
8.) Small wash towel

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Bokta peak climbing (6114m) kanchanjungga

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