Manaslu Trekking (16 days)

Manaslu Trekking (16 days)

Manaslu TrekkingTrekking around Manaslu offers a unique opportunity to experience relatively “untouched” region of Nepal. Opened for trekking only since 1991, it provides spectacular beauty along the border of Nepal and China and is now a controlled trekking route which allows organized trekking groups special permits to venture round its spectacular circuit. Located in west central Nepal. The 177-km trek around Manaslu, provides strong walkers the best that Nepal has to offer: fantastic mountain scenery, spanning altitudes from 375 m to 5.300 m. a diverse range of ecosystems and ethnic cultures, and a trail that puts one physically closer to Tibet than any other trek in Nepal.

The standard 16-day hike usually begins in Gorkha but for those preferring a longer trek, the winding road to Trisuli becomes the preface to this exciting walk Because of its isolation and newness to tourism, this trip must be done as a full service trek through an official trekking company. All supplies necessary for the trip (including food and kerosene) must be carried in and all rubbish must be portaged out.

Your trekking preparation:

This trek is considered as a non-technical trek and suitable for average people. If you are moderately fit and have a sense of adventure will enjoy this trek. The program is designed to acclimatize you gradually and not expected high altitude sickness. However you are requested to check your altitude fitness and the itinerary.

We suggest you to strengthen your knee muscles and prepare for several days of steep descents. Some physical fitness programs such as running, swimming, biking or aerobics is recommended, but mostly hiking on steep hills or running up and down steps are preferable.

Please note that the following program is prepared in the fact basis however can be change in some circumstances but adjustments will have to made during the trekking. We request you to be flexible with the situation to enjoy yourself.

As the trek is designed for camping arrangement, everything is handled by our team of porters, sherpas and cooks who carry the equipment, assemble and dissemble the camp and have hot meals waiting for you at every food break.

Day to Day Itinerary:

Day 01: Drive to to Arughat bazaar – 530m 5-6 hr)

Day 02: Trek to Soti Khola – 880m (6-7 hr)

Day 03: Trek to Machha Khola – 890m (5-6 hr)

Day 04: Trek to Jagat – 1390m (6-7hr)

Day 05: Trek to Pangsing – 2000m (6-7 hr)

Day 06: Trek to Ding – 2600m (6-7 hr)

Day 07: Trek to Ghap – 2095m (5-6 hr)

Day 08: Trek to Lo – 3150m (5-6 hr)

Day 09: Trek to Sama Gompa – 3500m (4-5 hr)

Day 10: Rest day at Guest house

Day 11: Trek to Dharmasala – 4450m (4-5 hr)

Day 12: Trek to Bimthnag – 3900m (7-8 hr) crossing over Larkya La Pass- 5213m

Day 13: Trek to Kharkha-2785m (6-7 hr)

Day 14: Trek to Tal – 1707m (6-7 hr)

Day 15: Trek to Jagat-1314m (6-7 hr)

Day 16: Trek to Bulbule then drive from Benshishar to Kathmandu (06 hours hr)

The cost includes the following services:

Kathmandu airport transfers

Meals prepared by our cook- 3 times a day during the trek

Foam mattresses, Sleeping tents, dining tent & toilet tent

All Sherpa staff, guide and porters or pack animals

Guide, Sherpa, Porter fees and insurance

Land Transfer Kathmandu- Trishuli & Bhote Odar – Kathmandu by chartered bus

Liaison Officer’s fee and allowances

Restricted area entrance permit

Manaslu area entrance fee

Cost does not include:

Meals and accommodation while in Kathmandu

The cost of your Nepal visa

The cost of your international air travel between your home and Kathmandu and other stops in route

Airport tax

Personal equipment

Insurance of any kind and rescue helicopter

Expenses of personal nature such as laundry, telephone calls, Soft drinks, alcoholic beverages, mineral water, tips and gratuities etc.

* If you are with less than the minimum number of participants please contact us We can bring you into contact with other people who would be interested to do the same type of trek.

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