Manaslu Circuit Trek

Trek through the beautiful forest and landscape of Manaslu national park. Visited by less tourists, this park is still unexploited by the modern changes. On this trek you will see the worlds highest lake Tilicho lake at 4919 m. Manaslu national park has been home to diverse flora and fauna. During the trekking season the trail is accompanied by lush green forest of Rhododendron, chirping of birds and kaleidoscope of butterflies. The trail is clean with warm sun and cool mountain breeze. Trekking this park can range from 10 – 33 day trip depending upon sites and weather.

Suggested typical day to day itinerary

DAY 1
KATHMANDU – SOTI KHOLA
DAY 2
SOTI KHOLA – MACHHA KHOLA / KHOLA BESI
DAY 3
KHOLA BESI – JAGAT
DAY 4
JAGAT – PEWA / DANG
DAY 5
DANG – NAMRUNG
DAY 6
NAMRUNG – SYALA
DAY 7
REST DAY AT SYALA
DAY 8
SYALA – SAMDO
DAY 9
SAMDO – DHARMASALA
DAY 10
DHARMASALA – BHIMTANG
DAY 11
BHIMTANG – GOHA
DAY 12
GOHA – DHARAPANI
Drive to Besisahar
DAY 13
BESISAHAR – KATHMANDU
Package Includes
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner according to available menu.
Hot water, Coffee, Snickers, Fruits
Accommodation in a teahouse or tent
Well experienced mountain guide and Climbing gears
Tourist Bus Tickets Kathmandu – Soti Khola – Besisahar
Flight tickets Jomsom – Pokhara – Kathmandu
National park entry permits and other permits
First aid kit and satellite phone.

Package Excludes
Alcohol, Cigarettes and other personal expenses
Travel, accidental/ health insurance (mandatory).
International airfare and airport tax, Visa fee Guides/ Porter’s tip.
Emergency evacuation
Suggested Backpack
Personal belongings (i.e.camera, water bottle, extra money, sunscreen, sunglasses, sunhat, hiking shorts/ synthetic T-shirt etc).
Hiking boots, sports shoe/ trainers, 3/4 woolen socks ,2pairs liners socks, 1 pairs gloves, warm hat, 1 Day back pack and duffel bag for your clothing.
Warm layers, down or synthetic jackets, fleece, hiking pants, thermals.
Comprehensive list will be provided after you book the trip.
Most of the items can be bought or hired in Kathmandu.

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