Manaslu region is one of the remote area in the northern west part of Nepal. Due to its remoteness this trek offers less crowds and sense of untouched experience of unique intact culture & varied landscape with stunning mountain views.
Manaslu is officially opened to trekkers in 1991 and getting much popular for trekking these days. It needs to take especial permit to trek there due to restricted area. Trekkers should be in decent physical condition because of challenging trek
|Maximum Elevation||Trek Style||Difficulty||Season||Duration|
|5100m||Tea house||Hard||Late Sep – Nov & March -- May||16 Days|
- Day 01:Arrival Kathmandu
- Day 02:Apply the Special permit
- Day 03:Drive to Sotikhhola 700m -- 8 hrs
- Day 04:Trek to Machhakhola 870m – 6hrs
- Day 05:Trek to Jagat 1340m -- 7hrs
- Day 06:Trek to Deng 1860 m – 6/7 hrs
- Day 07:Trek to Namrung 2630 m – 6/7 hrs
- Day 08:Trek to Syala 3500m -- 6/7 hrs
- Day 09:Trek to Samagau 3520 m -- 4 hrs
- Day 10:Trek to Samdo 3875m -- 4 hrs
- Day 11: Trek to Dharmasala 4460m -- 5 hrs
- Day 12: Trek to Bhimthang 3800m -- 10/12 hrs
- Day 13: Trek to Goa 2515m -- 6hrs
- Day 14:Trek to Taal 1700m -- 6/7 hrs
- Day 15: Drive to Besisahar – Kathmandu 8/9 hrs
- Day 16: Return back to home
- 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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