Nepal is gifted with variation of land topography and with that the difficulties of mountain are also variable from one to another. Some of the trekking routes are challenging while some hike are easy. Among most challenging trekking routes in Nepal, Manaslu is also one which offers majestic view despite of the difficult days to walk. The new trial of the Manaslu circuit has left most visitors awestruck with its serene beauty and pure wilderness. Manaslu has formed a natural barrier between Nepal and the Tibetan plateau. The manaslu circuit trek has been opened for trekkers since 1992 then, trekkers have flocked to the area to enjoy the marvels that it has to offer making it one of the most visited trekking routes in the world. Manaslu Circuit offers you an exclusive opportunity to circumference the world’s eighth highest mountain, Manaslu, and witness panoramic, incomparable vistas of the world’s tallest peaks.
Hiking from village to village over challenging terrains, visitors will enjoy experiencing fascinating wildlife, geological wonders, the ruins of an ancient civilization, and some of the best outdoor adventures in the world. It is home to some of the most spectacular scenery and magnificent wildflower blooms that transform this landscape into an explosion of color. This trek is a great amalgamation of diverse culture, breathtaking scenery and geographical marvels. It takes you on a journey around some of the highest peaks in the world towering over 8000m. The Mansaslu Circuit Trek is a complete package for all thrill seekers and adventurers alike with its memorable scenery and challenging route up to high altitudes, a perfect stage to leave behind your troubles and stresses and immerse yourself in this serene and peaceful environment.
|Maximum Elevation||Trek Style||Difficulty||Season||Duration|
|5200m||Tea house||Medium/Hard||September – October – November and March – April||20 Days|
- Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu then transfer to the Hotel.
- Day 02: Sightseeing around Kathmandu Valley.
- Day 03: Kathmandu drive to Arughat [609m].
- Day 04: Arughat trek to Labubesi [875m].
- Day 05: Labubesi trek to Khorlabesi [970m].
- Day 06: Khorlabesi trek to Jagat [1345m].
- Day 07: Jagat trek to Deng [1870m].
- Day 08: Deng trek to Namrung [2630m].
- Day 09: Namrung trek to Lho Gaon [3180m].
- Day 10: Lho Gaon trek to Sama Gaon [3535m].
- Day 11: Acclimatization day in Sama Gaon.
- Day 12: Sama Gaon trek to Samdo [3875m].
- Day 13: Samdo trek to Dharmashala [4466m].
- Day 14: Dharmashala trek via Larkey Pass to Bhimtang [3600m].
- Day 15: Bhimtang trek to Gho [2515m].
- Day 16: Gho trek to Tal [1700m].
- Day 17: Tal trek to Syange [1117m].
- Day 18: Syange drive back to Kathmandu.
- Day 19: Free day in Kathmandu and farewell dinner in the evening.
- Day 20: Final departure.
- Accommodation in a twin sharing basis in B/B plan in Kathmandu.
- Sightseeing in Kathmandu by private vehicle.
- All required trekking permits and necessary government paperwork.
- English-Speaking guide holding valid government license and Porters.
- Private transport from Kathmandu to Starting point of the trek and back from the endpoint.
- Accommodation during the trek at the lodges.
- All meals during the trek (3 meals of your choice from the menu with three cups of tea/coffee).
- Insurance fee for guide and porters.
- Equipment for guide and porters.
- All airport transfers.
- Rescue service.
- All government taxes and local taxes.
- Farewell Dinner
- All personal expenses.
- Lunch and Dinner during your stay in Kathmandu.
- All bar bills in Kathmandu and during the trek.
- Renting of equipments like walking sticks or sleeping bags.
- Entry fees in temples or monasteries.
- Tips for the trekking staffs.
- Rescue fee.
- Any unforeseen additional change and/or extension in the trek due to weather, natural calamities, or political unrests.
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