2-15 people(Minimum 2 Pax )
Guest or Tea House
Private /Local Bus
Mar to May /Sept to Nov
Manaslu remains one of the unexplored scenic giants among the aesthetic Himalayas. Manaslu is not an unknown trekking destination for most of the trekking freaks, however, it demands physical and mental determination. It also might be a reason behind the less dense trekker exploring the alley of Manaslu in comparison to Annapurna Base Camp and other wonders of Himalaya. If you are a trekking enthusiast, Manaslu is the place you want to traverse because of the visual feast and smell of chilling wind it renders. As you go over the low land, an ascending attitude might offer some trouble, but soon you will be lost in embellished scenes of Manaslu. If you are still wondering how I am going to explore Manaslu? Well, you don’t have to despair about that because we are here for you to arrange all your essentials. We will prepare 16 days of exceptional trekking adventure.
Mount Manaslu Trek is topographically astounding and socially entrancing. The most noteworthy point in the Manaslu trek is the 'Larkya La Pass' which is moderate and widely believed to be one of the most sensational passes crossing the Himalayas to the Manaslu Circuit Trekking, Manaslu trekking as well as Manaslu Base Camp. Nonetheless, MBC is likewise Annapurna area Trekking. Larkya La Pass has 5,160 M High from the ocean level. Their discourse, dress, and customs are only Tibetan. A significant part of the trek includes strolling on mountain trails and is inside the abilities of individuals with great cardiovascular wellness. Likewise, Still, it is essential to take note of that trekking. At heights over 3,000, M/10,000 ft is more requesting on the body than strolling at low rises. Manaslu Trek is in a district of solid Tibetan impact.
Most places have Tibetan names notwithstanding their better know Nepali monikers.
Mount Manaslu Trek
Mount Manaslu Trek is the eighth tallest mountain on the planet that catches the nearby legacy of the Himalayas area. In like manner, Around Manaslu trek starts to begin from Kathmandu to Gorkha District. by means of Aarughat to Sotikhola trekking in the lovely Manaslu locale. While on the outing we get the opportunity to wonder about the radiant perspectives on Mt. Manaslu 8163 m through the Annapurna Conservation Area (ACAP). On the off chance that you need additional treks, you can pass By Besishar for the Annapurna Base Camp on a similar excursion.
As a matter of first importance, the Manaslu Trek takes you to the best recollections that you will set your brain with an idea of always remembering yet visiting over and over. With its remoteness and detached solidarity, it is accepted to be a glaring difference to trekking in the Annapurna locale making 'Around Manaslu Trek' the best option for the individuals who like to get one with nature. Manaslu Treks suits the individuals who challenge trekking in the mountain districts and we can discover their bunches of tea houses where you can invest decent energy.
Day 1st: Arrival to Kathmandu (1,350 M)
Day 02nd: Kathmandu Valley sightseeing (6/7 hours)
Day 03rd: Kathmandu-Aarughat (5,50 M)(6/7 hours)
Day 04th: Arughat -Soti Khola (7,00 M)(5/6 hours)
Day 05th: Soti Khola-Machha Khola (8,90 M)(6/7 hours)
Day 06th: Machhha Khola - Jagat(1,340 M)(6/7 hours)
Day 07th: Jagat -Deng (1,860 M)(5,6hours)
Day 08th: Trek from Deng-Namrung(2,630 M)(6/7 hours)
Day 9th: After breakfast trek from Namrung -Lho(3,100 M)
Day 10th: Trek from Lho -Samagaun. (3,440 M)(3/4 hours)
Day 11th: Acclimatize day in Sama Gaun (3,440 M)(5/6 hours)
Day 12th:Trek from Samagaoun -Dharamsala (4,460 M)6/7 hours)
Day 13th: Dharamsala to Bhimthang (3,850m) (7/8 hr).
Day 14th: Bhimthang to Dharapani (1,900 M) (8/9 hr).
Day 15th: Dharapani to Besisahar (820 M)
Day 16th: Back to Kathmandu.
6 hours Breakfast Kathmandu Hotel
Our guide will meet you at the airport after that you will be taken to the hotel where you prefer to stay. Some hours will give you for the rest and then in the hotel, Guide will briefing about the activities and the equipment.
6/7 hours B/L/D Kathmandu hotel
Next day morning we have a guided tour of some of the city's most memorable sights. The afternoon is free for relaxing or further independent sightseeing.
6/7 hours B/L/D Aarughat Guesthouse
From Kathmandu we drive through the foothills of the Himalaya to the village of Aarughat Bazaar (670 m) in the Budhi Gandaki Valley.
6/7hours B/L/D Sotikhola Guesthouse
We will drive or trek through the villages of Aarkhet and Kyropani to reach the confluence of the Budhi Gandaki with its tributary Soti Khola.
6/7 hours B/L/D Machhakhola Guesthouse
We continue our ascent of the Burhi Gandaki on an undulating trail, finally climbing to reach the village of Machha Khola (890m).
6/7hours B/L/D Jagat Guesthouse
We travel through forests of bamboo and Rhododendron and then sections where the trail climbs high above the river to negotiate deep gorges, before arriving at a wide and open part of the valley. Here we check into a lodge in the village of Jagat.
5/6 hours B/L/D Deng Guesthouse
We trek through terraced hillside on an undulating trail. We cross the river on a suspension bridge at Nagjet and recross to climb to Nyak. From here the trek continues to the Gurung village of Deng (1860m), a superb viewpoint for the peaks of the Shringi Himal to the north east. We overnight in a lodge at Deng.
4/5hours B/L/D Namrung Guesthouse
We cross to the east bank before continuing north. We traverse a very dramatic section of the gorge as the river turns towards the west and we reach the Bhuddist village of Ghap (2,040 m). Crossing now to the south bank, we continue to Namrung (2,630 m) where there is a check post.
B/L/D Namrung Guesthouse
You will Climbing and get our first views of Manaslu North. Our lodge tonight is in the village of Lho .
3/4 hours B/L/D Samagaun Guesthouse
We are surrounded by the snowy peaks of Kutang Himal to the north east and Manaslu to the south west. We pass the village of Shala before reaching Samagaun (3,520 M) which has a Gompa with impressive views of Manaslu
We have a shorter day today, climbing up to the last permanent settlement in the valley at Samdo (3,860 M.). This is as high as we can go for today until we are better acclimatized to the new altitude
4/5hours B/L/D Dharamsala Guesthouse
Passing the trail to the Gya La, a centuries old trading route into Tibet, we ascend to Duwang (4,450 M) also known as Dharamsala. There is a basic lodge here or we may opt to stay in tents.
3/4 hours B/L/D Bhimthang Guesthouse
you will start the trek viewing Cho Danda and Larkya Peak. Taking ascend gradually through the snow enclosed rock and intense Larkya La Pass. Observing outstanding sight of Kangguru, Himlung, Annapurna II and Cheo will take you downward to Bimtang.
7/8 hours B/L/D Dharapani GuestHouse
Next day you will views of Manaslu and Annapurna II as we descend through the villages of Kharche, Gho and Tilje to reach Dharapani (1,963 M), where we meet the Annapurna Circuit trail.
8/9 hours B/L/D Besisahar Guesthouse
From Dharapani to we drive on a rough road by vehicles as far as the large town of Beshisahar.
7 hours B
Back to Kathmandu along the bank of Marshyangdi and Trishuli rivers with views of green hills, mountains, farming terraces and villages at both sides of the road.
- Airport / Airport pick up & drop by private tourist vehicle.
- 2 N Kathmandu Hotel accommodation sharing basis with B/B( Bed & Breakfast)
- All your standard mentions Meals during the trek (B-Breakfasts, L-Lunches, D- Dinners).
- Lodges/Guesthouses accommodation during the trek.
- Local GLOBAL TREKS English speaking guide.
- All necessary paper works; trekking permits (special permit for Manaslu)
- National Park permits and TIMS permit ACAP & MCAP for trekking.
- Local bus transportation entire this trek. ( Kathmandu-Arughat- Beshisahar-Kathmandu)
- Food, accommodation, salary, insurance, and medicine for all staff.
- All our government taxes, vat, tourist service charges.
- Official expenses.
What's not included?
- Lunch /Dinner whilst in Kathmandu.
- Travel insurance which covers emergency Rescue and Evacuation.
- Alcoholic, hot and cold drinks.
- Personal trekking Equipment (See the trekking equipment page).
- Tips for trekking staff and driver (Tipping is expected).
- Any others expenses which are not mentioned in ‘Price Includes’ section.
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