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Trek in Nepal - Manaslu Trekking

This area has only recently been de-restricted and opened to international tourism. Located in the central Gorkha district bordering Tibet, the region is extremely rich in natural beauty and cultural heritage. Manasulu offers the dedicated trekker a genuine adventure into a remote wilderness, untouched by the effects of tourism.The trek circumnavigates the mighty Manasulu (8,156m), the eighth highest mountain in the world. We start the trek from the fascinating old city of Gorkha, the ancient kingdom of the Shah Dynasty that has a mixed Hindu and Buddhist culture. We follow the course of the Buri Gandaki River valley, crossing its thundering waters on various types of rope and suspension bridge, passing underneath towering rock cliffs, and through dense jungle. The topography changes each day, as we ascend through a number of climatic zones into rugged territory. We soon join the barren lunar landscape of the Tibetan plateau, where monasteries, temples, chortens and mani walls line the trail.

Climbing further through alpine wilderness, we gain stunning and rarely seen views of Manasulu. The Larkya La is our highpoint of the trek at 5,235m, from where we gain unsurpassed views of Himlung Himal (7,126m), Kang Guru (7,010m) and Annapurna II. We then descend to the Marsayangdi river valley and onto Besisahar from where we catch our minibus back to Kathmandu.This long and demanding trekking in manaslu is a wonderful alternative to the Annapurna circuit. The Manasulu Eco-Tourism Development Project, working in c-operation with the King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation has made great efforts to preserve the pristine beauty of this region, and to trek amongst such inspiring scenery is a rare joy. A classic in the making.

Manaslu Trekking Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel & well come Diner.
Day 2: Sightseeing of Kathmandu and Bhaktapur city
Day 3: Minibus Kathmandu to Arughat Camp
Day 4: Arughat - Seti Khola (750 m) Gorkha - Khanchowk (956 m)
Day 5: Seti Khola - Machha khola (890 m) Khanchowk - Arughat (530 m)
Day 6: Machha khola - Jagat (1,350 m) Arughat - Seti Khola (750 m)
Day 7: Jagat - Ngyak (2,300 m) Seti Khola - Machha khola (890 m)
Day 8: Ngyak - Ghap (2,095 m) Macha Khola - Jagat (1,350 m)
Day 9: Ghap - Lho Gaon (3,150 m) Jagat - Ngyak (2,300 m)
Day 10: Lho Gaon - Sama Gompa (3,500 m) Ngyak - Ghap (2,095 m)
Day 11: Sama Gompa Acclimatization day - Ghap - Lho Gaon (3,150 m)
Day 12: Sama Gompa - Samdo (4,000 m) Lho Gaon - Sama Gompa (3,500 m)
Day 13: Samdo – Dharmasala Guest house (4,450 m) Acclimatization day
Day 14: Larke Phedi-Larkya la pass (5,135 m)-Bhimathang Sama Gompa - Samdo (4,000 m)
Day 15: Bhimathnag - Dharapani (1,943 m) Rest and day acclimatization
Day 16: Dharapani – Syange (1,433 m) Guest House - Larke Phedi (4,450 m)
Day 17: Syange - Drive Back to Kathmandu ( 7 Hours Drive)
Day 18: Free Day in Kathmandu.
Day 19: Finla Departure. Fly back to Home

Service Cost Includes:

  1. Both way Airport transfer
  2. Hotel in Kathmandu 4 nts BB plan
  3. Hotel in Pokhara 2 nts on BB plan
  4. While on Trekking (Breakfast/lunch/dinner with teacoffee),
  5. Accommodation in Local houses and Tea houses,
  6. National park permit, Manaslu and ACAP
  7. Trekking Permit
  8. TIMS
  9. All Camping Equipments (like: Sleeping bags, down jackets, mattress, necessary tents etc)
  10. Cooking gears, etc.
  11. Boiled water with Iodine
  12. All necessaries Nepalese staffs like: Team Leader, guide, porters, Sherpa, cook etc.; all necessaries for Nepalese staffs (all meals, accommodation in tents, all the camping equipments, insurance, salary, medical expenses, field allowance etc)
  13. Kathmandu-Besisahar-Pokhara by bus.
  14. Pokhara to Kathmandu by Air
  15. All necessary ground transportation.

Service Cost excludes:

  1. Drinks (mineral water, beer, cold drinks), Chocolate, personal clothes, personal expenses, rescue charge, any unforeseen expenses etc.
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