Trip Details
  • Destination: Nepal
  • Trip Difficulty: Very Strenuous
  • Trip Style: Trekking
  • Transport: Private Vehicle / Bus / Aeroplane
  • Food: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
  • Accommodation: Hotel + Teahouses + Lodges
  • Group Size: 10
  • Max Elevation: 5143
  • Exotic off the beaten trekking trails
  • Complete wilderness and freedom among the unspoiled natural phenomena
  •  Magnificent terraced fields, traditional settlements, and awe-inspiring landscapes
  • Mighty glaciers and alluring snow-fed mountain summits
  • Natural waterfalls, lush forest, creeks, and deep gorges
  • Friendly and hospitable local people with rich culture
  • Kanchenjungha Conservation Area and its diverse species of flora and fauna
  • Incredible mountain views include Mt. Kanchenjungha, Mt. Everest (8,848m), Mt.Makalu (8,201m) and Mt. Lhotse (8,516m), and many other stunning mountain summits

Kanchenjunga Circuit trek is prominently popular as one of the rewarding trekking trails among the trekkers who come to experience the wilderness, adventure, and less crowded area trekking Nepal. Being popular as the third world highest mountain and the second highest mountain in Nepal, Mt. Kanchenjunga has successfully fascinated hundreds of adventure enthusiasts from different parts of the world to celebrate a spectacular trek in the lap of giant Mt. Kanchenjunga and Mt. Everest.

Also, Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek is the only popular trekking in Nepal in the Eastern part of Nepal. People ignore Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek as remote and not facilitated area trekking in Nepal but those who have undertaken this trek remarks that they had absolutely wonderful moments and the trek was the most memorable among the treks they have done ever.

Kanchenjungha Circuit trek is getting its popularity among nature enthusiasts these days. The trail is protected by Kanchenjungha Conservation Area Project. The protected area offers an opportunity of experiencing lush and dense forests along with amazing species of wildlife including the famous musk deer and blue sheep. Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek offers some but extraordinarily magnificent Himalayan views of Mt. Kanchenjunga 8586m, Mt. Lhotse 8516, Mt. Makalu 8463m, Jhanu Himal, Nepal peak, and also an insight of holy Tibetan monasteries and experience of a dialect culture.

The major attractions of the Kanchenjunga base camp trek are the magnificent views of the snow-capped mountains, superb landscapes from the subtropical lowlands to the stunning glacial plateau, lush and dense forests along with amazing wildlife including the famous musk deer and blue sheep. Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek commences from Basantapur after a 6-7 hours drive from Dharan. Dharan is a beautiful city in the eastern part of Nepal.

To get Dharan, either you have to drive for 10-12 hours or you have to take a short flight. Minimum two days are required for overland transportation from Kathmandu. Then the trails follow through the beautiful village of Chauki Bhanjyang Dovansekathum Amjelasa Gyapla Gunsa Lhonak and ultimately, get Kanchenjunga Pangpema Base Camp ( southern base camp) then trail return to the Gunsa village & heading through Sele Le Pass / Mirgin la pass 4674m to Kanchenjunga Oktang Base Camp ( Northern Base Camp).

The trail continues descending via Andaphedi Yamphudin Lalikharka Phuphedanda & finally gets Suketar then you will drive or fly back to Kathmandu. Autumn & spring season is the best time to make the Kanchenjunga Circuit trek; however, we Magic Expedition organize it all around the year as per the traveler's wish and time schedule. Minimum four weeks holidays are required for the Kanchenjunga Circuit trek or also known as the Sele Le Pass trek.

Since Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek is a restricted area trekking in you need to obtain a special area trekking permit and Kanchenjunga Protected Area Entry Permit. No individual trekker is permitted to make his/her independent trekking in Kanchenjunga Protected Area. They, at least, need to collect two people for Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek. And, trekkers are to accompany with guide and porter.

The best time of the year for Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek is Autumn (Sep- Nov). The trekkers will be using very basic accommodation during their Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek. Certain items of food are provided by the local lodges owned by the local people.


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Day 01:Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to the Hotel (1,300m /4,264 ft)-overnight-

You will be received by our representative in the airport. Our representative will be at the arrival holding placard with your and our company name (Magic Expedition. And then, you will be transferred to the hotel. It is around 30 mins drive from the airport to the hotel. There may some hassles like offering taxi or hotel or something like that. Do go with them. And sometimes, in international flight, your luggage may be missing. Be very careful. We hope it will not disturb your trip.

After your arrival at the hotel, you will get refreshed and we will have a short orientation meeting regarding the trip. We will introduce guide or trip leader. For this, be with 4 pieces of recent pp sized photographs, copy of passport and copy of travel insurance

  • Dinner
  • Hotel
  • Kathmandu
  • 1400m

This sightseeing tour commences after breakfast at around 8. You will have lunch during the tour in the afternoon. So, you have better have some money, Nepali currency is expected. For the whole day You will be exploring Kathmandu valley, a valley of temples, major historical cultural heritages like swoyambhunath, Kathmandu durbar square, buddhnath, Pashupatinath which are enlisted in UNESCO World heritage sites. The tour ends at around 4 pm.

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Hotel
  • Kathmandu
  • 1400m

We take an early flight to Suketar from Kathmandu. It is 45 minutes flight from Kathmandu to Suketar which is located in Taplejung district in far eastern part of Nepal. We meet all our team at Suketar and begin our hiking to Lalikharka. We experience several ascents and descents on the way to Lalikharka. Basically, we trek via lush

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Lodge
  • Suketar
  • 2420m

We begin our trek to Khesewa after breakfast. We have an easy descent until we get Phundrawa. Next, we have an ascent. We climb steep uphill until we get to Yangpang. Then we head for Phumphe. The trail is still steep uphill. We again have another ascent through lush forest and beautiful settlements which finally takes us to the village of Khesewa.

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Tea House
  • Khesewa
  • 2120m

After breakfast, we trek towards the Kabeli Khola. Then, we make our trip through lush forest. Next, we will encounter a small stream. Today’s trek offers us several magnificent mountain views and we also experience beautiful settlements. Overnight at Mamankhe.

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Tea House
  • Mamankhe
  • 1785m

We mostly encounter with uphill in Today’s trek. However, the uphill is easy to cross. We make our trip alongside Kabeli Khola almost for the whole day. We also meet the ridge, beautiful waterfall, suspension bridge. We pass via beautiful settlement before getting our final destination for today, Yamphudin. Overnight at Yamphudin.

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Tea House
  • Yamphudin
  • 2080m

We begin our trek today after breakfast. We use the trail used by the local people today. We trek via terraced farms and green meadows. On the way, alluring mountain peaks are dominant. We follow the trail along the Amji Khola. Next, we pass Lassiya Bhanjyang and finally, we get Tortong. Overnight at Tortong.

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Tea House
  • Tortong
  • 2995m

We begin today’s trekking with an ascent to Cheram. Simbuwa Khola (river) will accompany us for our trek today. Besides, we will enjoy beautiful Lalung valley too. Next, we have Tuplung peak will also be dominant for most of today’s trek. We celebrate our pleasant trek via lush rhododendron and enjoy the mighty Yalung Glacier. Overnight at Cheram

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Tea House
  • Cheram
  • 3870m

This is the day for rest and acclimatization.If you are really tired of trekking, you can take the whole day rest or we can spend half of the day for rest and half of the day for a small hiking. This hiking takes us to the Yalung Glacier. We also can hike to Kabaru and Rathong. These are popular viewpoints near to Cheram. Overnight at Cheram.

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Tea House
  • Cheram

We begin today’s trek after breakfast. Initially, we have an ascent till we get to the snout of Yalung Glacier. Today, we enjoy our pleasant walk cherishing magnificent mountain peaks. We pass a small settlement of Lapsang before arriving at Ramche or Ramchaur. Overnight at Ramche.

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Tea House
  • Ramchaur
  • 4580m

We pass the valley first. Next, we follow trail by the stream till we encounter by Kanchenjungha southern face. Our further walk offers us a view of Jannu Himal. We continue our trekking towards the Oktang Monastery. We have an ascent from Oktang Monastery and arrive at Yalung Base Camp. We can capture magnificent views include Kumbakarna (Jannu), Nyukla Lachung and other Himalayan peaks from Yalung Base Camp. We descend down to Cheram to spend the night. Overnight at Cheram.

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Tea House
  • Yaung Base Camp
  • 4500m

We have different four passes to cross today. First, we begin with Sinelapche Bhanjyang. Next we head to Mirgin La pass. After we cross Mirgin La pass, we have another pass named Sinion La pass. From this pass, we have an ascent for Sele La Pass. We also will encounter with steep section of the trail while crossing Sele La Pass. We cross this pass and spend overnight at Sele La.

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Tea House
  • Sele La
  • 4290m

We begin our trek after breakfast. Initially, we walk towards the north with Tangbgharma Danda nearby. We will experience chorten with colorful prayer flags from where steep descent begins. We now descend passing through rhododendron, birch and pine forest. After this trek via beautiful green forest ,we get Ghunsa. Ghunsa is a beautiful traditional settlements with Buddhists prayer flags.Overnight at Ghunsa.

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Tea House
  • Ghunsa
  • 3595m

We begin our trekking after breakfast. We first head to the north. We follow the river bank. This walk along the riverbank offers us magnificent mountain scenery. Next, we will pass beautiful meadow with different flowering and non-flowering vegetations. We also enjoy lush pine and rhododendron forest during this portion of trekking. We cross the bridge at Rampuk Kharka and encounter with landslide section of the trail. Our further trek takes us finally to Kambachen. Overnight at Kambachen

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Tea House
  • Kambachen
  • 4050m

Relatively, it is another challenging day today. So, we need to begin our trip earlier today. Initially, we trek via rocky field and trek along the riverbank. This trek takes us to a waterfall. Now, we cross the bridge for Ramtang monastery. Next, we have another landslide section today. We pass it and we begin descending to the river which finally takes us to Lhonak. Overnight at Lhonak.

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Tea House
  • Lhonak
  • 4780m

Today, We head towards the Kanchenjunga Base Camp from Lhonak and back to Pangpema for overnight stay. We follow the trail alongside the Kanchenjungha Glacier. We pass the Pangpema and we have a descent towards Kanchenjungha Base Camp. We enjoy astounding views of Kanchenjungha, Jannu Himal and other alluring peaks. Finally, we descend back to Pangpema for overnight stay. Overnight at Pangpema.

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Tea House
  • Pangpema
  • 5143m

Today, we spend around 4-5 hours in walking back to Lhonak following the same trail. We still enjoy the our pleasant walk on the virgin trail, country settlements and lush forest. Mountain peaks are still alluring to capture. Finally, our backtracking takes us to Lhonak. Overnight at Lhonak

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Tea House
  • Lhonak

We begin our trekking after breakfast. We follow the same trail when we were ascending. We pass Kambache and finally arrive at Ghunsa. Overnight at Ghunsa

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Tea House
  • Ghunsa
  • 3475m

We, initially, have a descent towards Phale. Next, we pass the trail with several manis and a monastery. We trek via juniper. Then, our steady trek takes us to Gyabla. We also see a waterfall nearby. Before reaching Amjilosa, we cross a suspension bridge across Sumbung Khola. Overnight at Amjilosa.

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Tea House
  • Amjilosa
  • 2308m

We see a beautiful waterfall after some minutes walk. Our further trek from the fall takes us to a small village of Solima. We cross the suspension bridge over Ghunsa Khola and arrive at Sukathum. We then encounter with several beautiful settlements. We follow the trail by Tamor Nadi (river) and finally get to Chirwa. Overnight at Chirwa.

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Tea House
  • Chirwa
  • 1270m

After a wonderful time in Chirwa, we head to Phurumbu. It is the journey of 7-8 hours. We will pass through beautiful settlements and forest. After a long but exciting walk, we finally get to Phurumbu. Overnight at Phurumbu.

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Tea House
  • Phurumbu
  • 1549m

Today is the last day of our trekking in the mountain. We begin our trekking to head for Suketar. We still enjoy our trek via country landscapes and villages. We arrive at Suketar and celebrate our successful venture to Kanchenjunga Base Camp and wait for next day flight to Kathmandu.

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Tea House
  • Suketar

Your Kanchenjungha Circuit Camp Trekking comes to an end after your flight from Suketar/Taplejung to Kathmandu. You will be picked up by our representative and transferred to the hotel. We will meet each other at a farewell dinner in the evening

  • BF/Lunch/Dinner
  • Hotel
  • Kathmandu
  • 1400m

Our Nepal trip comes to the end today. We end our trip by dropping you at Kathamndu airport for your international flight.

  • BF
  • Non
  • Kathmandu

What to Expect

  • Airport pickups and drops in a private vehicle
  • Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast
  • Teahouse accommodation during the Kanchenjunga circuit trek
  • All meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during the trek
  • Welcome and farewell dinners
  • All ground transportation on a comfortable private vehicle as per the itinerary
  • Guided city tour in Kathmandu by private vehicle
  • Domestic flights (Kathmandu- Suketar -Kathmandu)
  • Entrance fees for sightseeing/monument visits as per the itinerary
  • An experienced, English-speaking, and government-licensed trek leader and assistant trek leader (4 trekkers: 1 assistant guide)
  • Porter service (2 trekkers: 1 porter)
  • Staff costs including their salary, insurance, equipment, domestic airfare, food, and accommodation
  • Sleeping bag  (to be returned after trip completion)
  • All necessary paperwork and trekking permits (National Park Permit, TIMS)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Lunch And Dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Persoanal Expenses ( alcoholic drinks extra beverage )
  • Guide and porter tips.

Useful Info

Necessary Trekking Equipment

To fully enjoy your trek, having the right trekking equipment is essential for both safety and comfort. The trekking equipment necessary depends on the type of trek, the time of year, weather conditions, landscape, and the maximum altitude of the trek. A properly packed trekking backpack is light and also includes multipurpose clothing items. It is important for you not to forget the essential equipment for your safety and comfort on your trek.

Please make sure that you bring sufficiently warm clothes, especially during the winter season (Dec – Feb). Not having the required trekking equipment and clothing will not only significantly decrease the pleasure of trekking, but could also worsen case scenarios that could be life-threatening. It will also be a burden to you if you pack unnecessary equipment. For your ease, the following are the equipment that you have to bring with you. 


  • Trekking Boot: one Pair
  • Socks: 4, Light socks : 3, Sandle: 1


  • Down  or Fiber-filled water and windproof jacket and trouser: 1
  • Fleece Jacket / Pullover: 1
  • Warm cotton trousers: 2
  • Shirt and T-shirts: 4
  • Lightweight cotton long trousers :3
  • Long underwear: 2,  Short underwear: 4
  • Sun hat / Scarft/ Woolen hat :1
  • Lightweight gloves: 1, Raincoat:1
  • Heavyweight glove or mitten with a waterproof: 1


  • Basic first-aid box
  • Diamox tablets to reduce altitude sickness
  • Insect/anti-itch Ointment
  • Non-prescription medicine such as pain reliever, fever reducer, antibiotics, and ointments
  • Prescription medicine traveler's diarrhea, Avmoine 
  • Female Sanitary pads
  • Hand Sanitizer and wet wipes
  • Medicine for Cough and Heartburn (It mainly happens when you go to higher altitudes)
  •  Band-aid
  • Ibuprofen and also paracetamol in case of fever 

Other Equipment

  • Day Pack at Least 25 kg
  • Water Bottle 1
  • Sun Cream 1
  • Sun Glass 1
  • Towel
  • Flashlight with spare bulbs, batteries, lip salve, gaiters.
  • Laundry soap
  • Swiss Knife
  • Sewing Kit, Camera, Film, Cards, and Personal Medical Kit.


  • Notebook and Pen
  • Toilet articles
  • Toilet Roll

For additional information, you can check our article  Trekking Gears Checklist

Teahouse trekking:

Tea house trekking takes you to the mountain where you stay every overnight at a guest house. Food and accommodations are provided according to your choice at the guest house.

Carrying my stuff when trekking:

We will employ our porters to carry up to 12kgs of weight for each trekker. This is included in the price of each trek. We provide 1 porter for 2 trekkers in accordance with the guidelines set out by the International Porter Protection Group. If you would like more weight to be carried, please let us know. In general 12kg is more than sufficient. If you have unnecessary stuff that is not required during the trekking days in the mountain, you can leave it at the hotel till you come back. They will store it safely.

Normally each porter will carry 2 people's rucksacks and he will simply tie them together using rope (this does not harm any of the rucksacks). If you are trekking with a friend or loved one, and there is space in one rucksack for both your possessions, then please feel free to share the same rucksack but please ensure that it weighs less than 24kg. It is helpful if you do not put things that you may need during the day in your large rucksack as you will not be walking with your porter at all times.

Can I drink the tap water:

We don’t recommend you to drink tap water in the mountains since it is not safe. To help prevent contamination of the environment, we discourage tourists from drinking from plastic bottles, especially when in the mountains. Non-plastic bottle options include:

  1. Drinking boiled water from teahouses.
  2. Drinking ginger and lemon tea reduces the need for water consumption.
  3. Purifying tap/river water using a chloride pump, iodine, or chloride tablets. The taste of the tablets is not appetizing, so it is recommendable to use a dissolvable vitamin tablet to add flavor.

Altitude sickness:

The more you ascend to a higher altitude, the more oxygen will be less. Normally, no traveler will be suffered from altitude sickness below 4ooo m. high. But this is not the case always. Those who lack good stamina, physical fitness, those who drink a lot and smoke will likely suffer altitude sickness.
Mild and common symptoms include headaches (also a symptom of dehydration), low appetite, and restless sleep.

More moderate symptoms include vomiting, fatigue, and diarrhea. Many compare altitude sickness to the sensations of having a hangover. Severe symptoms include blue lips and fingernails, severe difficulty breathing, poor coordination, fatigue, and drowsiness. To avoid altitude sickness, we recommend you to descend down to the lower altitude, hydrate sufficiently and maintain nutrition. In case you have these above mentioned symptoms, inform our guide since he will be far more experienced than you.

Travel insurance:

It is required to have travel insurance that covers your rescue in case you have suffered any kind of sickness at high altitude including altitude sickness. We hope everything will be fine during the trekking days but sometimes unforeseen circumstances may occur. Many standard policies cover trekking to high altitudes, such as on the Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Circuit Trek, but it is very important to check this before you go.

Here is a list of insurance companies that we have collected information on (however it is your responsibility to confirm that the information on our website is correct): We recommend companies such as Insure and Go, Virgin Money, and The Post office, as they currently cover the altitudes of all our treks.
For more information please see our information section.

What is your cancellation policy?

If you choose to cancel the service(s) that you have paid to Magic Adventure, we will refund your payment in accordance with the following schedule:
75% refund of total trip price for a cancellation made 14 days prior to the original departure date.
50% refund of total trip price for a cancellation made 7 days prior to the original departure date.
0% refund of total trip price for a cancellation made 3 days or fewer days prior to the original departure date.
Please note that you can transfer your bookings to another trip if desired less any costs incurred by us in organizing your trip.


How difficult is the Kanchenjunga Circuit trek?

Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek is a challenging trek in Nepal. It begins with a flight to Bhadrapur from Kathmandu and tan drives to Ilam (1677m) and we will drive to Taplejung which is located at an elevation of 1820 m. Taplejung is the beginning point of the Manaslu Circuit Trek and the highest point we get to is 5,388m which is Kanchenjungha Base Camp. This trek is taken as a strenuous adventure into the core Himalayas since we are trekking above 5000m high and the trekking trail is located in the remote part of Nepal where the right accommodation and food may not be available as we anticipate. Similarly, the weather also challenges the trekkers with some kind of awkwardness. So, sometimes, it is very difficult to protect yourself from weather extremes as it is not a facilitated area. Without boosting up one’s stamina and physical fitness by doing short trekking or hiking, it seems almost impossible to do Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek. Proper preparation and acclimatization are also a must.

What is the best time to do this trek?

Actually, there is not only one best time of the year to do the Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek but there are two and they are Autumn and Spring. These weathers of the year will solely support you with magnificent changes in the atmosphere so that you can have a wonderful time throughout the trek.

What will be the maximum altitude of this trek?

Kanchenjungha Circuit Trek formally commences from Taplejung(1820 m). To get to Taplenjung, we take a domestic flight to Bhadrapur and tan drive to Ilam (1677 m). Again, we take another drive and finally get to Taplejung and begin our trek. Passing through various incredible local settlements, deep woods, waterfalls, and mountain peaks, we get to the highest altitude of this trek 5,388m and that is Kanchenjungha Base Camp.

What things should I pack in my bag for this trek?

Normally, people pack up their daily use clothing, water bag or bottle, some basic medicines, light snacks, and accessories. But since Kanchenjungha Circuit Trek is one of the most remote areas of trekking, you may not get the things you require immediately. So, you need to carry some extra pairs of daily-use clothing and equipment. A sleeping bag is usually provided by the company and the rest of the equipment is to be arranged on you're own. For more details click the link: Trekking Pack list.

How long is Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek?

Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek is one of the longest treks in Nepal. It takes 25 days if you want it with proper acclimatization. Optionally, you can do it in 22 days too by avoiding some days of acclimatization and side trips. Further, if you don’t want any days for acclimatization and don’t want to do the side trips, it can also be completed in 18 days. So, it depends on you what kind and how long Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek you prefer doing and you can ask your travel partner to set the itinerary accordingly.

What are the symptoms of altitude sickness and how can I prevent it?

The common symptoms of altitude sickness are headache, fever, diarrhea, indigestion, and the like. If you have these symptoms, tan, you must be aware of you're health so that it doesn’t get worse. However, these symptoms in your body don’t always prove that you have got altitude sickness. To make sure that you have got it or not, you can simply consult your guide and use the medicine. Even you may require to be rescued for further treatment.

What if I get altitude sickness?

These are the following things you should do if you get altitude sickness.

  • Descend to the lower elevation
  • Keep your body warm by having hot water and hot soups
  • Use general medicine to prevent diarrhea, headache, and fever.
  • Do not lose hope and build up the same confidence as before
  • Ask your guide to rescue you if you cannot continue the trek and you're problems are getting worsened.

Where will I be staying and what will I be eating along the trek?

If you choose to do a camping trek, you will be staying in tents and eating there. But choosing a teahouse trek will be more relaxing and convenient for you. me teahouse trekking, you will be using the teahouses for you're accommodation and food. You don’t need to be stressed about the equipment for accommodation and foodstuffs for meals. Previously, there were no teahouses on the trail but these days we can get teahouses on the trail for all kinds of meals and accommodations. They will provide you with certain items of food and basic accommodation that are what you are using in you're Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek.


How much does the permit cost for Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek?

You must collect two different permits for you're Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek. These are Kanchenjunga Protected Area Entry Permit and Special Area Entry Permit. You need to get Special Area Entry Permit at least for 3 weeks which costs equivalent to USD 10 per week. And Kanchenjunga Protected Area Entry Permit costs equivalent to USD 20.


Is it mandatory to give tips to the guide and porter?

Giving tips has always been a big issue for discussion but in fact, it is not. there is no any bottom-line for handing over the tips to the crew members. However, separating USD 5-10 each day for you're guide and porters is a very basic idea for tips. But it doesn’t mean that you must follow this guideline all the time. It’s your wish whether to give tips or not. Nevertheless, giving some extra to your crew members always will be a great idea that makes them delighted and encouraged to work further.


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