Kanchenjunga is towards the far eastern part of Nepal protected under Kanchenjunga Conservation Area Project.
This alternative route is for someone seeking peace in nature. This route encompasses, himalayan coniferous forest, alpine shrubs, meadows, and grassland. This trek very new and is specially focused for the south base camp.The most important river in the Mechi Zone is Mechi, tributary of the Mahananda River.Another river is Tamor. In the northern part of the zone, mainly in the Taplejung district which lies is in the eastern himalayas consists of several high mountains. The landscape of Kanchenjunga covers an area of 5190 sq. km extending over parts of Jhapa, Ilam, Panchthar and Taplejung districts in federal province number 1 in the country’s eastern development region. It consist Mt. Kanchenjunga, the world’s third highest mountain in Taplejung district as its symbolic icon and also wide variety of biological and natural resources, as well as a diversity of people and cultural heritage. All these offerings coincided with holy and religious site of Pathivara temple that can present this region as a highly potential destination for tourism in Eastern Nepal.