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Manaslu Trek

Duration: 20 Days

Height: 5106 m

Grading: Difficult

Manaslu Trek

Nepal Excursion Treks

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The cost is inclusive of:

  • Pick-up and transfer from the airport
  • Welcome and farewell dinner in Kathmandu
  • Accommodation in a hotel of preferred category in a twin sharing room including breakfast in Kathmandu
  • Private transport for airport transfers, Kathmandu - Arughat, Besisahar - Kathmandu and during sightseeing
  • Local transport from Arughat-Sotikhola, Syange-Besisahar
  • Teahouse accommodation and meals as mentioned in the itinerary during trek
  • Trekking permits- Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP), Manaslu restricted area & Manaslu Conservation Project (MCAP)
  • English speaking local guide, his insurance, equipment and remuneration
  • Polish language speaking tour guide upon customer’s request for the entire trip, his/her insurance, equipment and remuneration
  • One porter for two people, max luggage weight 25 kg, his insurance, equipment and remuneration
  • City guide and sightseeing entrance fees during the sightseeing in Kathmandu
  • Nepal government tax and Nepal Excursion Treks service charge


The cost is exclusive of:

  • International flight tickets
  • Nepal visa fees
  • Meals and services other than mentioned in the itinerary
  • Lunch and dinner apart from welcome and farewell dinner during your stay in Kathmandu
  • Personal expenses such as drinks and bar bills, travel insurance, laundry, battery charging service etc.
  • Emergency evacuation and medical expenses if any
  • Any extra costs due to changes in the itinerary beyond the control of Nepal Excursion Treks such as natural disasters, flight cancellation, early or delayed arrival or departure etc.
  • Other services not mentioned as included in the price

 

Rural areas

A difficult 20-day trek around Nepal

Manaslu trek is one of the rural area treks of Nepal offering you a panoramic view of the mountains, landscapes and an insight into Buddhist culture. Mt. Manaslu (8156 m) is the world's eighth highest summit. Manaslu Trek is located in the restricted area of Nepal and it was opened for trekkers in 1991. The trek is less crowded than the Annapurna and Everest Region. It was not so popular few years ago but now due to construction of road in Annapurna region it is getting more and more popular among the trekkers. The trip to Manaslu Trek starts after six or seven hours of a drive from Kathmandu. Even this short drive offers you a stunning view of the mountains and a beautiful view of landscapes and valleys.

Mount Manaslu (8156 m)

During the trip you can see the closest view of Mt. Manaslu and many other peaks and mountain ranges. The route is challenging and the Larkyala Pass (5106 m) makes it more of an adventure. Some parts of this trek also continue through the Annapurna Region so trekkers must have a trekking permit of the Manaslu Conservation Area, Restricted Area and the Annapurna Conservation Area. A few days before you end this trek, if you want to go through the Annapurna Circuit Trek, you can continue from Dharapani and you can experience another adventure trip through Throngla Pass (5416 m) and see an amazing view of the Annapurna and some parts of the Upper Mustang. A massive earthquake of 25 April 2015 has severely destroyed this region, though the Nepal government and the services of the Manaslu Conservation Area have already reconstructed the trail and the basic teahouses for trekkers.

Trip at a glance:

calendar20 days calendarHotel+ teahouses Oct-Dec & Mar-May
calendarDifficult calendar5106 M. calendarPrivate transport
calendarMin. 2 calendarArughat calendarSyange

A trekking plan

TREK ROUTE PLAN

01 Day

Arrival in Kathmandu

(1350 m), pick up from the airport and transfer to hotel, welcome dinner and trip briefing in the evening (D)

01
Day
02
Day
02 Day

Manaslu Special Trekking

permit preparation day. Sightseeing to Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swyambunath , Pashupatinath and Boudhanath (B)

03 Day

Drive to Arughat

(570 m, 6-7 hrs) (B, L, D)

03
Day
04
Day
04 Day

Drive to Sotikhola by local Jeep

(2-3 hrs) and trek to Machha Khola (930 m, 5-6 hrs) (B, L, D)

05 Day

Trek to Jagat

(1410 m, 7-8 hrs) (B, L, D)

05
Day
06
Day
06 Day

Trek to Dyang

(1800 m, 6-7 hrs) (B, L, D)

07 Day

Trek to Ghap

(2160 m, 5-6 hrs) (B, L, D)

07
Day
08
Day
08 Day

Trek to Lo Gaun

(3180 m, 5-6 hrs) (B, L, D)

09 Day

Trek to Samagaun

(3530 m, 5-6 hrs) (B, L, D)

09
Day
10
Day
10 Day

Acclimatization day at Samagaon,

an optional hike too Manaslu Base Camp (4400 m) or to Birendra Tal (3450 m) and back (B, L, D)

11 Day

Trek to Samdo

(3690 m, 5-6 hrs) (B, L, D)

11
Day
12
Day
12 Day

Trek to Dharma Sala

(4470 m, 5-6 hrs) (B, L, D)

13 Day

Cross Larkyala Pass

(5106 m) to Bhimthang (3720 m, 7-8 hrs) (B, L, D)

13
Day
14
Day
14 Day

Trek to Tilche

(2300 m, 6-7 hrs) (B, L, D)

15 Day

Trek to Tal

(1700 m, 6-7 hrs) (B, L, D)

15
Day
16
Day
16 Day

Trek to Syange

(1100 m, 4-5 hrs) and drive back to Besisahar (760 m, 1 hrs) (B, L, D)

17 Day

Drive back to Kathmandu

(5-6 hrs) (B, L)

17
Day
18
Day
18 Day

Guided sightseeing tour

to Bhaktapur Durbar Square and Patan Durbar Square which are the historical places of Kathmandu (B)

19 Day

Free day for rest

or souvenirs shopping, farewell dinner in the evening (B, D)

19
Day
20
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20 Day

Departure day,

transfer to international airport (B)

Description of the trek Entrance

Descent

Trek Descent