Comparatively, the Manaslu Region is a less traveled area of Nepal. It is a quiet, calm, culturally and naturally rich area. Most of the time Manaslu Circuit Trekking trail goes perpendicularly with the thundering, Budi Gandaki River. Geographically it is an outstanding region, with a lots gorges and high bypass cliffs on the way. Start from 500 m (Arughat) from sea level and gradual ascent up to 5100 m (Larke La) from warm weather to freezing point. Culturally also Manaslu Circuit Trekking is variants, settlement of Gurung and Magar, the indigenous group in the first half of the trek, in low level. The upper part of this region is influenced by Tibetan culture. It is believed that immigrants from Tibet were settling here since the 1600s. The Upper region is known as Nupri, where local people still continue their trade with Tibet.
Naturally, this region is pristine and awesome. The first half of the route offers the greenery view and amazing waterfalls (mainly in fall season) and gradually ascent offers you the snow-covered different peak and mountains such as Manaslu (8163m ), Himal Chuli (7540m), Ganesh Himal (7118m) Nadi Chuli (7871m) and many more.
Now we are arranging tea house trek for Manaslu Circuit Trekking which is helpful for making this trip affordable and cost-effective. Manaslu Circuit Trekking is also called new Annapurna Circuit trek. Mostly tourist are quite disturbed in Annapurna circuit by motorway road and using Manaslu Circuit Trekking as a new route to do both Lark La and & Thorong La pass. It is getting popular day by day due to less crowd and virgin natural beauty and local lifestyle of the people. One can extend Manaslu Circuit Trekking by adding Tsum Valley trek as well.
Highlights of the trek
- Mixed culture of different indigenous groups.
- Beautiful snow capped mountains in the base of green hills.
- Jumping water by the edge of hills – amazing waterfalls in the fall season.
- Running Budigandaki river with its thundering sound.
March, April, May, October, November & December.
Arughat Bazaar- Soti Khola- Khorla Besi- Gagat- Ghap- Sama Gau- Larke Pass– Dharapani- & Besishar.
|INCLUDED||All necessary airport arrival departure as per the itinerary.
Hotel in Kathmandu in normal nice hotel in B/B plan.
Private transportation from Kathmandu to Arughat for clients and Nepali staffs.
Private transportation from Besishar to Kathmandu for clients and Nepali staffs.
Tea house accommodation during the trekking.
Breakfast – lunch and dinner during the trekking period.
Water Purification liquid during the trek.
One professional English speaking guides and required assistance and their salary.
All necessary porters and salary.
MCAP permit. Restricted area permit.
First aid kit.
Satellite phone for emergency use only.
Insurance for Nepali staffs.
|NOT INCLUDED||Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu .
Drinking water, Beverages and alcoholic drinks.
Emergency medical evacuation.
Tips for staffs .
Personal expenses and extra services beyond itinerary.
Peak physical condition is required to do trekking in the high altitudes of Nepal. We recommend doing extensive training for the up and down routes of Nepal trekking trips. We suggest running, walking, hiking in the hills, and climbing stairs rather than using elevators to help you prepare for the trek. Daily base training can also include swimming, rowing, biking.
Basic Training to Experience our Trekking Tours
- One should be able to hike for 6-7 hours a day.
- One should be able to carry a 35lb backpack.
- We suggest you run about 4/5 miles at home with some load on your back for 2 to 3 months in preparation for this trek.
- You may also use a treadmill (with incline adjustments) for everyday running and walking training.
- If you have an uphill location/mountain, then once a week you should go hiking with a loaded/packed backpack.
- If you do not have mountains or nearby high hills, then use stairs to go up/down whenever you can, rather than using elevators.
|2018 AVAILABLE DATES (Minimum of 2 People)|
|APRIL 23-MAY 10|
|OCT 22-NOV 8|