Despite of receiving fewer tourists than any other trekking regions of the Annapurna Region, Manaslu Trek is getting popularity day by day than ever before. The spectacular mixture of the typical Nepali culture and the slight influence from the Tibetan lifestyle makes it enjoyable for outside visitors, as they get amazed to see and feel the unique ethnicity. It’s a human tendency to relish newer things that are authentic by nature. Such wonders are deliberately provided by the course, which is also known as the Manaslu Circuit Trek. It’s a teahouse trekking route and is quite comfortable than other routes. Specifically, trekking in Annapurna region is categorized as moderate and climbing mountain peaks in the region as strenuous trip grade. However, it’s the only region to be known as popular after the Everest Himalayan Range.
The beautiful Mount Manaslu is the eight highest mountain in the world with 8,163 metres / 26,781 feet of altitude. Around Manaslu is breath – taking when actually immersed, but less appealing when described in words. The catalog gets really extensive if all the alluring places in the country are listed down. Nepal is considered truly fortunate for being blessed with such treasures in unmatched geography. Travelers from all around the globe have been known to admire the country for genuine reasons. They have already enjoyed nature in Nepal, and have left positive reviews so that upcoming visitors may know where true beauty really lies.
For an extension, you can combine the Manaslu Trek with Tsum Valley Trek so that you have ample of days to enjoy your holidays further and explore additional spots that changes your perspective beyond to what your daily life limits. Also known as Manaslu Circuit Trek, this route takes 2 weeks of your life and adds a noble experience to your timeline for lifelong. People have never regret getting into the Manaslu region, but in fact, have asked for another trek around even more beautiful places that exist in the country. This trekking package of ours is completely organized and has been well – planned. Booking the trip is just a click away, and there is nothing that you should really be worry about thereafter.
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu [1,400m/4,593ft]
Arrive in Tribhuvan International Airport [Kathmandu] and transfer to your hotel to stay overnight.
Day 02: Kathmandu Sightseeing
Full day sightseeing tour in Kathmandu Valley including some of the major places of the city such as Pashupatinath temple, Durbar Squares, Swayambhunath and Boudha Gumba that have been declared as World Heritage Sites by the UNESCO. Back to the hotel in the evening to stay overnight.
Day 03: Kathmandu – Arughat [600m/1,968ft]
Drive from Kathmandu to Arughat that takes about 7 – 8 hours. Stay overnight in a hotel.
Day 04: Arughat – Soti Khola [700m/2,296ft]
Trek from Arughat to Soti Khola that takes about 7 – 8 hours. Stay overnight in a teahouse.
Day 05: Soti Khola – Machha Khola [870m/2,952ft]
Trek from Soti Khola to Machha Khola that takes about 6 – 7 hours. Stay overnight in a teahouse.
Day 06: Machha Khola – Jagat [2,340m/7,676ft]
Trek from Machha Khola to Jagat that takes about 6 – 7 hours. Stay overnight in a hotel.
Day 07: Jagat – Deng [1,860m/6,102ft]
Trek from Jagat to Deng that takes about 7 – 8 hours. Stay overnight in a teahouse.
Day 08: Deng – Namrung [2,630m/8,629ft]
Trek from Deng to Namrung that takes about 7 – 8 hours. Stay overnight in a teahouse.
Day 09: Namrung – Sama Gaun [3,530m/11,581ft]
Trek from Namrung to Sama Gaun that takes about 7 – 8 hours. Stay overnight in a teahouse.
Day 10: Rest Day at Sama Gaun
We understand the exhaustion and thus we spend a rest day around Sama Gaun.
Day 11: Sama Gaun – Samdo [3,865m/12,680ft]
Trek from Sama Gaun to Samdo that takes about 4 – 5 hours. Stay overnight in a teahouse.
Day 12: Samdo – Dharma Sala [4,460m/14,632ft]
Trek from Samdo to Dharma Sala that takes about 4 – 5 hours. Stay overnight in a teahouse.
Day 13: Dharma Sala – Larkya La Pass [5,125m/16,814ft] – Bhimtang [3,590m/11,778ft]
Trek from Dharma Sala to Larkya La Pass and then further to Bhimtang that takes about 8 – 10 hours in total. Stay overnight in a teahouse.
Day 14: Bhimtang – Tiliche [2,300m/7,546ft]
Trek from Bhimtang to Tiliche that takes about 6 – 7 hours. Stay overnight in a teahouse.
Day 15: Tiliche – Chyamche [1,430m/4,691ft]
Trek from Tiliche to Chyamche that takes about 7 – 8 hours. Stay overnight in a teahouse.
Day 16: Chyamche – Besi Sahar – Kathmandu
Drive from Chyamche to Besi Sahar that takes about 3 – 4 hours and then further drive to Kathmandu that takes about 7 – 8 hours. Stay overnight in a hotel.
Day 17: Final Departure
We wish you a safe journey back home and hope to see you very soon again.
- All surface transfers as per itinerary
- Hotel accommodationin Kathmandu
- Food, lodging, insurance and other expenses of clients and staffs
- All necessary paper work and permits
- Camping equipment such as very high quality North Face or Mountain Hardware tents for camping
- Kitchen, dining, toilet tents, mattresses and other kitchen equipment
- Travel and rescue arrangements for our staffs
- All necessary staffs with experienced English speaking guide, cook, assistant leader [4 trekkers: 1 assistance] also a personal Sherpa on request
- Porter’s Charges [Porter can carry up to 20kg]
- Tea and coffee during mountain part
- Teahouse/Lodge accommodation
- Medical supplies [First Aid medical kit will be available]
- Trekking Information Management System [TIMS], New Trekking permit to keep record of tourist [This is for your safety]
- Meals in Kathmandu
- Domestic / International airfares along with taxes
- Expenses such as laundry, phone calls, internet and others
- Personal trekking equipment
- Any extra transportation except in itinerary [we can arrange upon request]
- Any kind of personal expenses
- Helicopter rescue due to out of control
- Any other expenses which are not mentioned in the inclusive price
- Some extra assistance like if you cannot walk properly our guide will arrange you horse to came back [if applicable this you have to pay them directly]
- Tips to staffs. After working everyone expect some Tips. We don’t mention fixed amount, it’s is up to you and up to their service, but generally tourists provide 10% of the total cost
- Single supplement charges [if required]
- Your travel insurance