Bokta Peak is one of the most well-liked and excellent climbs in the Kanchenjunga region. The peak, which rises to a height of 6,143 meters in Eastern Nepal’s Taplejung district, is an attractive and little-traveled trekking peak.
Close to the third-highest mountain in the world, Mt. Kanchenjunga (8,586 m), it provides breathtaking views of majestic peaks like Nupchu (6,690 m), Kumbhakarna (7,710 m), and Pico Dhormo (6,850 m). Since Bokta Peak’s climbing permit was approved in 2002, it has become more well-liked among climbers looking for adventure. Even though there are fewer tourists, the locals are welcoming and friendly. The lifestyle in this region is influenced by Local Tibetan culture and tradition.
It takes a lot of dedication and prior peak-climbing experience to reach the summit of Bokta Peak. Several challenges must be defeated to reach the summit as the ascent to the summit is difficult. Using climbing equipment safely is another skill you need to possess.
Overall, it’s a fantastic chance to have a thrilling climbing experience. In addition, one can discover unspoiled, lush valleys, breathtaking vistas, and the hospitality of the locals. Additionally, a half-day tour of Kathmandu’s World Heritage Site is included in the peak climbing package. You must then fly from Kathmandu to Biratnagar admiring the scenery, and finishing your journey in 17 days.
• Spectate the third-tallest mountain in the world, Kanchenjunga 8586m.
• Reach the foot of Mt. Kanchenjunga (4600m-high southern base camp of Kanchenjunga)
• Experience the unspoiled wilderness of the Kanchenjunga conservation area.
• Explore about 3000 different types of alpine flora.
• Eat and hike as the locals do.