Mt. Kanchenjunga (8,586 m.) is world´s third highest peaks and the second highest peaks in Nepal over 8,000 m. It is one another most popular peaks for expedition in Nepal, situated at Sikkim (India) and Nepal border. Mt. Kangchenjunga is also popularly called Kangche Dzo nga, Kachedzonga, and Kangchanfanga, which means five treasures of the snow or five peaks. This peak was said to have climbed by a British expedition team led by Charles Evans in 1956. Mt. Kanchenjunga expedition trip begins with a short flight from Kathmandu to Suketar and then the trail continues through Taplejung, Mamankhe, Tamphudin, Cherang and finally, the trail takes you to Kanchenjunga base camp and make summit to the peak, and after making an expedition and having excursion all around around, you will retrace back to Suketar, subsequently fly back to Kathmandu.