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Trip Overview of Manaslu Trekking
Manaslu Trekking is the 8th highest Mountain of the world; called Manaslu is the giant mountain with an elevation of 8156 meters. Manaslu Trekking is chosen by the trekkers due to its straight forward and calm nature. It is positioned in the Western part of Nepal. From 1992, it was opened for foreigners. People can come across well-off and diversity in biology, cultural heritage and stunning beauty. So, Manaslu Trekking is termed as the greatest target for the trekking purpose. The western part is together with the natural splendor and multiplicity in cultural aspects all along through the diverse lakes, diverse Lakes. The trekking grade is moderate. Manaslu Trekking is not packed out and trekkers hit upon extremely calm as it suggests the vision of discovering the standard of living the rural people, their culture and splendid view of Mountains and Himalayas. The core trekking trails for Manaslu Region are Manaslu Trek, Tsum Valley Trek, Annapurna circuit Trek, Ganesh Himal and many more. Manaslu Trekking is made-up to be one of the appealing adventures somewhere visitors can have the benefit of camping as fit as tea house loom. It is required to tell again that whether you have earlier period practice correlated to climbing or not all along with excellent health and bodily state. It is a glowing- and cherished trekking route, which offers the perfect mountain views, prosperous mores and the authentic escapade that sum up the experience of trek in the region of the 8156 meters. Electrifying Bamboo Bridge to pass, picturesque view of Tibet and approaching into the mode of Tibetan livelihood all the way through monasteries and their arrangement, moving scale to Shyala for observing the panoramic of Himalchuli plus breathtaking passes called Larky-La pass are other highlights of Manaslu trekking.
The favorable season for the trek to Manaslu is from March to May and September to December. We offer 17 days Manaslu Trek itinerary including arrival and departure date from Nepal. Tourist Link Treks arrange around the year as per trekkers wish and holiday frame. It takes nearly 3 weeks holidays required for Manaslu with Larke-La pass Trekking as well as required minimum two person need for Manaslu trekking permit through government registered Nepal Trekking Company. We will make feel the great difference if you decided Manaslu trek with us. Our staff will definitely make you safety, memorable, comfortable as well as minimum budget cost for small group with fixed departure date of 2018 and 2019.
7-8 hrs Guest House
On the 1st day of an itinerary you will head towards Arughat from Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu which consumes 7 to 8 hours by bus. You have to go behind the highway of Pokhara in the first phase until you reach the Hill Bazaar of Gorkha. Overnight stay in a guest house.
6 hrs Guest House
On the 2nd day of the trekking package you will trek to Lapubesi (880m) taking nearly 6 hours from Arughat. The trail shows the way in the profound forest and numerous villages. More than a few pastureland comes beneath the tiny village of Lapubesi. Overnight stay in a guest house.
6-7 hrs Tented Camp
On the 3rd day you will move to trek to Machhakhola (890m) captivating 6 to 7 hours from Lapubesi. You will bump into numerous rise and fall and next you will scale the paddies very soon proceeding to the attractive Gurung village. Away from the valley the trail go down onto the banks of river to the village of Machhakhola (Fish River) just above the river which provides fine analysis of Ganesh Himal (7,000m). Overnight stay at a tented camp.
Following the forest path which is small and section you will arrive at the single teahouse situated at Doban. It is the benefit to get familiarity with the rapids of Budhi Gandaki. At Lauri, you will pass the river on a suspension bridge, and afterward get ready to ascend on a high pathway to the grassland of Jagat (1410m) on the 4th day. Overnight stay at a tented camp.
6-7 hrs Guest House
On this day you will pass through the West bank of the Budhi Gandaki which go up and fold next to the River efficiently uphill to the village of Jagat. Moving down to Sirdibas you will get together to the additional suspension bridge that leads you to the East bank providing a strenuous rise up to Philim. Philim (1519m) is a prosperous Gurung village, the Chholing Sandu Gompa which is bordered by the lowland of maize and millet. Overnight at a guest house.
6-7 hrs Tented Camp
Passing on the top of dramatic ravine and incoming the chiefly vacant area of pine trees preceding to go down to a trail intersection at New Bridge, you will be following the trail towards the left to Ghap, the Budhi Gandaki . Subsequently, towards the inside into its slight ravine on an ascending and descending trail with river passing. Later than that there is a suspension bridge, where the trail come into bamboo forest and get higher into the village of Deng (2360m), covering 6 to 7 hours. Overnight stay in a tented camp.
6-7 hrs Tented Camp
On the 7th day you will trek to Namrung (2660m), taking about 6 to 7 hours. On the way there comes a bridge which should be crossed, to cross the river where it goes down to a gorge after which the forest thins and the trail becomes so easier. Then, it ascends through the bamboo tree and the forest of Rhododendron and the hydro electric plant to Namrung. Overnight stay at a tented camp.
5-6 hrs Tented Camp
The trail passes the bridge above the Numla Khola that tire out the Pungyen Glacier from the Manaslu; a trail demonstrates the way to Pungyen gompa. The foremost part of Samagaon (3530m) is shaped through the two rows of houses taking 5 to 6 hours. On the top of the last village, overlook the valley stands the Kargyu Chholing Monastery. For the trek to Samagaon you have to take a gradual ascend from Namrung. Overnight at a tented camp.
On the 9th day you will be in motion to Samdo (3780m) taking breakfast early in the morning. Samdo is the society of a group of people whose houses are to be found at the back of an edge. In the afternoon you will march for observing the standpoint on the Pana Danda. You can still go to Samdo Peak, the Northeast which will present the most favorable outlooks of Manaslu. Overnight at a tented camp.
After long hours of trekking you will take a rest on the 10th day of Manaslu Trekking. The very next day you will be prepared to trek Dharamsala. So, it is in good health to have rest on Samdo. If it is potential you can acquire few minutes of hike later on but the primary thing is you will have some sound rest. Overnight stay at a tented camp.
4-5 hrs Tented Camp
On the 11th day you will trek about 4 to 5 hours in Dharamsala (4460m). Trekking in Dharamsala is the superb plan which offers the sight of Mountains that are covered with white snow. The trail is a small, rough and tricky yet when you get to Dharamsala, the sentiment of tired takes away. Overnight stay at a tented camp.
8-9 hrs Tented Camp
Bimthang (3720m) is positioned below the Dharamsala, and you will trek to Bimtang on the 12th day of an itinerary. Bimtang is an extensive valley with an ample numbers of sandstone walls and vacant houses. Trek to Bimtang is not a simple trek as it needs 8 to 9 hours of trekking so, you will trek early in the morning devoid of having breakfast. Overnight stay at a tented camp.
6-7 hrs Guest House
On the 13th day you will head towards Tilje (2255m) from Bimtang taking 6 to 7 hours. Tilche is an additional striking destination where you can perceive the green trees and the hot springs. Trekking roughly 8 and 9 hours to Bimtang, you may sense weary so, on this day you will trek little by little to put your feet up. Overnight stay at a guest house.
On the following day you will move from Tilje to Chyamche after taking the breakfast. Chyamche is a nice destination to trek and as you reach to Chyamche you will sense that the duration of the trek is so close to end the Manaslu Trekking. In Chyamche you can encounter the daily activities of people whose lives are not disturbed with the technologies. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.
The trek to Ngadi Bazaar will succeed to make an impression regarding the trek as it offers sweet and stunningly attractive landscape. Every moment, the views look even more beautiful and better. Similarly, you heart will beat down with rain, the river outside at night. Sometimes you may not be able to take some photographs so, you have to wait for the next day. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.
On the 16th day you will take a drive towards Kathmandu, from there you will be transferred into the hotel. You will still mesmerize the beautiful memories in your mind so vividly. Even on the way you can view nice scenery with rivers and trees. Overnight stay in a hotel.
On the 17th day you will check out from the hotel and our representative staff from Tourist Link Trek and Expedition will transfer you to the Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu safely so that you can move towards your hometown or your next destination.
- All necessary grounded transportation by private vehicle including airport transfer
- Sightseeing at Kathmandu Valley including all entry fees, tour guide and private vehicle
- Two night accommodation with breakfast at 3 star category Hotel in Kathmandu
- Best available twin sharing lodge for accommodation during the trek
- Three daily meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during the trek
- One highly experienced helpful and friendly guide (English speaking and Government licensed holder guide)
- Porter service (2 Trekker: 1 Porter) there food, accommodation, Salary, equipment and including staff insurance
- Snacks of seasonal fruits during the trek
- Down jacket and sleeping bag (to be returned after trip completion
- Trekking map and trip achievement certificate
- All necessary paper work and Special permits (Manaslu area permit, ACAP and MCAP) Please bring 3 passport size photographs
- All Local/Government Taxes and office service charge
- Medical Supplies (First Aid Kit will be available)
- Arrangement of Emergency Helicopter service which will be paid by your travel insurance Company
What's not included?
- Nepal Visa fee
- Meal not specified in the “meal inclusions” in the above itinerary
- Personal trekking equipment
- Snacks and other expenses
- International airfare to & from home town
- Excess baggage charges
- Hot showers during the trek
- Personal travel insurance
- Personal expenses like phone calls, laundry, bar bills and extra porters
- Tips and donations for guides and porters.
- Optional trips and sightseeing if extend
When to Go?
March to May and mid-September to November are ideal times to go on trekking in Nepal. However, you can do the trek throughout the year, excluding harsh winter and heavy monsoon period for better experiences. Read more...
Gears and equipment assure your safety and smooth trekking experiences as you enter the Himalayas. With essential equipment, you can add some of the other specific ones which most probably will come handy in the trek. A reliable preparation from your side is a positive step for successful trekking and climbing expedition. Read more...
Food, drinking water, and accommodation facilities
The menu for everyday foods gets slimmer with a significant rise in altitude. One can always find a warm tea and basic local staple in the lodges or teahouses operating here. Natural drinking water sources, as well as Drinking water taps, are available throughout the trail. Accommodations might lose even some of the basic facilities as we move higher up in the trails of Himalayas. Read more...
To enter and trek the protected and restricted segments of Nepal, you will have to take special permits from the government of Nepal for the sole purpose of preserving the people and nature of these areas. Read more...
Altitude sickness is one of the primary concern while trekking in the areas of higher altitude. You must be prepared and act quickly if the symptoms appear during the trek. Using some prevention techniques, you can slow down and minimize the symptoms of Altitude sickness up to some extent. Read More...
Physical condition and experience requirements
Different types and levels of trekking might require a certain minimum fitness level to accomplish. With the guides, you can make up for the segments of lacking experience of trekking. Nepal also offers a lot of different varieties of the trek which the trekkers of any age or physical condition can do. Selection of optimal trekking program is best for both parties. Read more...
Weather in the Higher Himalayas is always unpredictable. Regular monitoring and contact help us to be safe from any unforeseen change of weather in most cases. With the presence of a licensed guide, you can take correct destinations and make the most of the trek. Read more...