In 1992 AD, the Manaslu Circuit Trek, a trekking destination referred to as untouched, opened its gates to visitors, lying in the lap of Manaslu, the eighth highest peak in the world. The mystical adventure of the Manaslu Circuit Trek takes travellers to see mountains, glaciers, a substantial snow-capped Peak, narrow river valleys, wild animals, and a lush green forest full of wildlife. As part of the Manaslu Circuit Trek, we follow the Budi Gandaki River, once a salt trading route during ancient times. While Trekking, the magnificent view of the Himalayas will engross a traveller and make them forget all the difficulties of the trek. The Himalayas include Mount Manaslu (8156 meters), Himalchuli (7893 meters), Sharing Himal (7177 meters), Buddha Himal (7422 meters) and Ganesh Himal (8156 meters).
The eighth highest mountain in the world, Mount Manaslu, is located in Nepal’s Gorkha district. It is the dream of every mountaineer to trek to Manaslu. There are several outstanding trekking opportunities in the Manaslu region, including the Larkya La Pass at 5,125 meters and the magnificent views of Mother Nature. In addition to this, you can also trek through amazing valleys like the Budi Gandaki Valley, filled with green fields and peaceful settlements. Trekking in Manaslu is an adventure because many trails and beaten paths are still unexplored in this region. Don’t hesitate to contact our team of experts if you wish to arrange a tailor-made trek in this region that suits your budget, physique, and time constraints. As a combination of adventure, travel, sightseeing, and a chance to explore the cultural values of local ethnic communities, Manaslu Trekking is a perfect choice. Thousands of trekkers visit this naturally blessed land each year, which is far from modernisation but offers the glory of nature itself and spectacular views of the Himalayas.
The Tibetan border lies next to Manaslu, resulting in many Tibetan communities. As a result, Trekkers can experience the mystic traditions and cultures of various ethnic groups, including the Gurungs and Tamangs. We will be with you throughout our Manaslu trekking trip to offer insight and information about the multiple cultures we may encounter.
Please note the following itineraries:
“B” stands for breakfast
“L” stands for lunch
“D” stands for dinner
Arrive in Kathmandu, & check into a hotel.
Prepare for the trek with equipment checks, permit preparation, and introductions with a guide and porters. B
In the early morning, take the bus to Sotikhola (650m). (141.3 km/7h) Overnight in Sotikhola Hotel, the town of Soti is famous for the marketing of local people, mainly from the northern part of Nepal. It is located on the banks of Budi Gandaki River, which Tsum Valley and Larke Pass feed. – B, L, D.
The walking distance between Sotikhola and Machhakhola is 14.1 km (869 meters, about 6-7 hours). Most of the way is along the Budhi Gandaki river. If the weather permits, you can see waterfalls, monkeys, rice fields, lush forests, and Ganesh Himal. – B, L, D.
The walking distance from Machhakhola to Jagat is 22.2 km (1340m) and takes 7 hours. Today’s main attractions will be the Ganesh Himal view, Sringihimal, waterfall, stone-paved path, MCAP office, and a specially restricted area starting from Jagat.t. – B, L, D.
The walking distance from Jagat to Deng is 19.9 km (6-7 hours/1860m) – B, L, D.
The distance from Deng (1860m) to Namrung (2630m) is 18.9 kilometers. You will see Sringi, Ganesh and Kutang Himal en route. -B, L, D.
We will walk from Namrung to Lho, 10.5 km (3180 m, 4/5hrs). Today we get to see Manaslu, and especially the real excitement of Larke is going to start today. -B, L, D.
The walking distance from Loho to Sama is 8 km (3520m) (3-4 hours). The first town we will visit is Shyala. One of the best views in this region is to see only the mountains from town. So the highlights of the day will be seeing: Manaslu, HimalChuli, Nadipeak, Naikepeak, Kutang Himal, Pangbuche Himal, Stupa, Maniwalla, etc. -B, L, D.
Day of acclimatisation, we will hike around Birendra Lake/Manaslu Base Camp or Pungen Gumpa after breakfast. Our guide will discuss which kind of hike will be best for your fitness, weather, and desires. -B, L, D.
The distance from Sama to Samdo is 7.8 k, and the camp (3850m) is known as a refugee camp for Tibetans. After lunch, we can hike around the hill for better acclimatisation if you have energy. – B, L, D.
A distance of 6.5 km can walk from Samdo to Dharmasala (4460m, 5 hours) – B, L, D.
The trip from Dharmasala to Larke La (5160m) was followed by an overnight stay in Bhimthang (3530m). It is one of the most important days of the trip for views and adventure. It takes us about 8-9 hours to reach Bhimthang, which might be the best accommodation for the trek and the right place to celebrate Larke’s success. – B, L, D.
Bhimthang to Goa (17km, 2500m) in 6 or 7 hours. The whole way down, descending. – B, L, D.
A trek from Goa to Jagat via Dharapani, part of the Annapurna route, takes approximately 6/7 hours. – B, L, D.
Afterwards, take a jeep drive to Besisahar, then take a bus to Kathmandu (about 7-8 hrs). -B, L.
The last day of your trip! Our representative will drop you off at the airport, or you can extend your stay. –B
Please note that this itinerary is only a guideline. It can be customised at your request to fit your specific requirements. Please let us know if you would like it shorter or longer. We’ll follow accordingly.
The cost for a four-person group is GPB 1100, which includes and excludes the following services:
The cost includes the following:
We offer ground transportation, including airport pick-up and drop-off, from Kathmandu to Soti Khola (the trekking starting point), and transportation from Dharapani to Besisahar jeep and transport from Besisahar to Kathmandu by tourist bus.
It will manage by Himal Holidays (Nepal) and Touch the Himalayas Nepal. However, if you are around Uk and Europe, then you can keep in touch with us. We will provide all the necessary information. Furthermore, you can pay money to the Nepal office once you are in Nepal, and they will provide all terms and conditions in advance and upon arrival.
Finally, We like to request you to check Manaslu Trek for more information. Similarly, You can check a small YouTube channel for some treks and guide videos.