Trip Duration
50 Days
Start/End Point
Kathmandu/Kathmandu
Maximum Altitude
8163m
Trip Difficulty
Hard
Activity
Expedition
Best Season
Oct-Dec & Mar-May
Per Person US$ 18900 US$ 14900
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Per Person US$ 18900 US$ 14900
  • No hidden charges
  • 100% Secure online booking
  • Daily private trip departure

Overview of Manaslu Expedition

Manaslu expedition to the 8th highest peak of the world, walking the snow-covered ridges up in the Himalayas, and witnessing views that most people never get to see. That is the Manaslu Expedition trek.

Over decades, this expedition has lured in many thrill-seekers, some of whom have failed to reach the summit while others have returned gloriously. This expedition is so big that you will experience all the climatic zones Nepal offers, ranging from low tropical zones to high Arctic zones.

First summited in 1956 by a group of Japanese mountaineers, it wasn’t until 1991 that trekkers and climbers were officially permitted to visit the Manaslu region. Realizing the vast prospect of tourism in Nepal, the Nepalese government opened up many previously closed regions to tourists in the ‘90s. This includes the Mt. Everest trek, the Annapurna circuit trek, the Langtang trek, etc.

One of the best things about this trek is just how untouched it is compared to other top 10 peaks. As per the statistics published by the government of Nepal, only 417 visitors visited the peak in 2022. That figure suggests that Manaslu is one of the most visited peaks in Nepal, the second most visited, to be precise, next to Ama Dablam, and followed by Everest.

However, that does not mean that the region of Manaslu is as commercialized as Everest. The peak and the path that we will trek are still in pristine condition, away from modernity and embraced by Mother Nature.

Compared to the other top 10 highest peaks, Manaslu is a non-technical climb for the most part, which is a good feature. But that does not imply that it is suitable for beginners. Sure, beginners can climb up to the base camp, but no more than that.

The Manaslu Expedition is one of those journeys that never seems to be out of your memory. You will be traveling through villages and places you most likely haven’t seen before. Views that are out of this world will be waiting for us, trekking from Aarughat (570 m) to Manaslu Peak (8163 m). To take adventurers on such a wild, raw, and unforgettable trek, we have come up with a package that will quench your thirst for thrill.

Here’s a detailed breakdown of our Manaslu Expedition. This blog post will go through every little aspect of the journey and should help you make the ultimate decision to go on this expedition.

Highlights of Manaslu Expedition

  • Climb the eighth-highest peak in the world.
  • Experience the Tibetan Buddhist culture.
  • See one-of-a-kind views all along the route.
  • Experience different climate and vegetation changes as we trek from the Tropical zone to the Arctic zone.
  • Stay in Sherpa villages along the way.
  • Explore the Manaslu Peak, guided by expert mountaineers.

Manaslu Expedition Itinerary

On the first day of your Manaslu Expedition, you will arrive in Kathmandu. As your flight lands at the international airport in Kathmandu, we will be waiting for you at the terminal. We will welcome you to our home country and escort you to your hotel room.

We understand that you might have had a tiring flight to Nepal, so we will just leave you to rest for the day. You will have a busy day tomorrow, so you can really use a resting day.

The government of Nepal provides tourist visas on arrival, so after you’ve landed, you will have to work out your visa application and pay a certain amount of fee as per your duration of stay. This visa fee is not an expense that our Manaslu Expedition covers; it is your own personal expense.

Car 30 min
Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

Today, we will complete the process of getting the permit for the Manaslu Expedition, which will be our main task for the day. You will be meeting our guides and porters as well who will be walking alongside you for the whole expedition. Following that, we will go on a Kathmandu sightseeing tour.

Our driver and guide will take you to a bunch of sites that will surely pique your interest in Nepalese culture and heritage. We will visit historic sites and UNESCO World Heritage sites that are not only aesthetic but also a major part of Nepalese culture and history.

Some of the sites that we will be visiting require tickets; these tickets are like raising funds for the preservation and maintenance of the site. Our Manaslu Expedition will not be responsible for covering these expenses.

After we have roamed the city, we will get ready for the trek. Our guide will instruct you on the essentials, the equipment, and the itinerary. As per the instructions, we expect you to prepare for the trek. We will provide you with rental equipment but you have to get your own thermal clothes and down jackets.

Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

As we hit the highway, the road gets windy but eventually straightens out as we enter the Gorkha district. We will also get to see the Langtang Himalayan range on the way.

After about 6 hours of traveling by bus, we will reach Arughat, a small Gurung town. This town is the gateway to a number of treks, including the Langtang trek, Tsum Valley trek, Ganesh Himal Base Camp trek, and more.

We will leave for Arughat after our breakfast in Kathmandu in the morning. Our lunch will be made at one of the stops we make along the way, and our dinner will be served at the lodge where we will stay in Arughat. By the time we reach Arughat, we will still have some daylight left, which should be enough for a bit of exploration if you are up for it.

We will provide every meal during the trekking day; your Manaslu Expedition package will cover all your meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) and all your accommodations, even the ones in Kathmandu.

Bus Bus 6 hrs
Accommodation Hotel
Meals B L D
Altitude 570m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

After we have a delicious breakfast at Arughat, we continue our trek to Soti Khola (730m). Trekking on a rough route, we will have the opportunity to observe the culture and traditions of the people in the countryside. These people are unaware or disconnected from the modern life we live. Maybe you will get your answer to how people before the internet used to live as most old people in the countryside do not even know about the internet.

The route to Soti Khola is very plain, for the most part, with a slight incline at some parts. We will cover a total distance of 13 km trekking for 5 hours.

Walking 5 hrs walk
Accommodation Hotel
Meals B L D
Altitude 730 m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

Just as we start trekking, we will cross a bridge, which marks the start of a Sal forest. After crossing the forest, we will climb the ridge over the roaring Budhi Gandaki River. Following the trail, we will reach Khursane, where we will rest for a while.

Continuing the trek from Khursane, we will get to see two waterfalls while trekking on gravel road with lots of ups and downs. This road takes us to the beautiful Gurung village of Labubesi.

Following the trail from Labubesi, we will eventually descend to the river following a side ridge walk. At the end of today’s trek, we will cross a suspension bridge before reaching hte village of Machha Khola.

We will be ascending 200m over 6 hours of trekking, but that does not mean that the trek is difficult. The trail from Soti to Machha Khola is easy; it’s just a long trek. We will cover a total distance of 23.3 km, which will be the distance we will cover in a day. We will stay overnight at a guest house that provides all the basic amenities.

Walking 6 hrs walk
Accommodation Guest house
Meals B L D
Altitude 930 m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

Today, we trek the trail uphill, passing through small settlements, pastures, and rocky trails to finally reach Jagat (1370m). Starting off the trek, we will walk on a narrow trail that leads to Tharo Khola. We will cross the river and eventually reach Khorlabesi, where we take a little break.

Continuing the trek, we will reach Tatopani town, which is famous for its hot springs. Unfortunately, we do not have time to take a relaxing bath in the hot springs. Moving on with the trek, we will cross another suspension bridge to reach Dobhan. But before that, we have to climb a set of stairs and pass a ridge.

From Dobhan, we have to cross yet another suspension bridge, hike up a set of stone steps, descend to Budhi Gandaki River, and hike up another set of stone steps, just to reach Tharo Bharyang.

Crossing the Budhi Gandaki River once more, we trek on a ridge and follow the river upstream to finally reach Jagat. Just like the previous day, we will cover a total distance of 23 km in about 6 hours

Walking 6 hrs walk
Accommodation Hotel
Meals B L D
Altitude 1370 m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

The road to Philim is a bit difficult, it passes through small settlements, suspension bridges, and bone-chilling landscape. The path descends to the riverside by stone stairs at the start of the hike, then climbs via terraced farmed hills to Saguleri. From there, you can enjoy the breathtaking view of the 7187-meter-high Singri Himal from Salleri.

After leaving Salleri, we will follow the route to the left and trek upstream through a deep valley with enormous walls of rock on either side. We will pass through various towns, notably Ghatte Khola and the Gurung village of Philim.

You can visit the Chhyoling Sandu monastery while you are there. We recommend visiting the monastery in the morning since the monks will be chanting their morning prayers, of which you can be a part.

Walking
Accommodation Hotel
Meals B L D
Altitude 1570m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

The trek continues, passing through the difficult rocky trail, valley, and forest of Rhododendrons and pine to finally reach Deng (1540m). Following our journey to Deng, the route goes to the north right before the Phillim village’s lowest residence. From there, it maintains a somewhat smooth path as it passes through millet farms to reach Ekle Bhatti village, where we will stop for a quick break.

The path now leads into an inclined, deserted valley. After crossing the Budhi Gandaki and descending to the lush grasses of the slopes, we hike for a bit alongside the west riverbank before crossing to the east side and back once more.

The valley spreads as we proceed down the route, leading us past bamboo woods and the Deng Khola (river). We cross the river and arrive at the little settlement of Deng.

Walking
Accommodation Hotel
Meals B L D
Altitude 1540m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

The trail passes through cultural villages at the higher altitude and their farms, rivers, valleys, and forests. We stroll a little farther past Deng, through the Budhi Gandaki, and ascend to 1910 m-high Rana. We ascend a short distance from the crossing to reach a Bihi Phedi route, after which we continue westward along the Budhi Gandaki valley. After that, as we continue on our hiking path, we will pass a sizable waterfall and traverse an old wooden bridge across a gorge.

From this point on, the trail ascends to the Shringi Khola Valley’s riverbed and leads us westward through the region’s gorgeous Rhododendron and pine forests, as well as past towns. We will reach Ghap after making a few more curves and dips on the hiking trail.

Walking
Accommodation Hotel
Meals B L D
Altitude 2165m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

We start the tenth day of the journey through the woods to reach Namrung, where we hope to get a view of the Manaslu Summit. We will travel past the monastery, mani walls, shrines, and traditional houses of the Namrung village, departing from the mystical settlement and emerging at the open landscape.

Still guided by the Budi Gandaki River, we will pass through stunning oak, rhododendron, and pine forests along the route. From Namrung, the route proceeds levelly until descending on a steep slope that leads to Lho.

As the hikers bridge the Hinan River and go towards village of Sho, they are treated to clear sights of the breathtaking peaks. The route inclines and leads to Lho village (3180 m), which offers a breathtaking scene of Manaslu.

Panoramic vistas of peaks, including Manaslu North, Buddha Himal, Syaula Himal, Ganesh Himal Range, and Manaslu Naike Peak, unfold before us throughout the seven-hour trek across these 16 kilometers.

Walking 7 hrs walk
Accommodation Hotel
Meals B L D
Altitude 3180m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

We will keep ascending the valley today, and soon, we will reach the high alpine meadows where Yaks are grazing on the side of the mountain. Following the route, the track descends to a creek, which it follows for a considerable distance through moist forests until arriving at a high point at Shyaula, where there is a broad view of Mt. Manaslu, Chulian, Ngadi, and Himalachuli.

We will take a break there and have our lunch before resuming our trek.

We shall pass into the large plain that is inhabited by the Nubri tribe and the settlement of Sama Gaon when we reach a mountain creek that cascades from amid the mountains over us. Our guesthouse will provide us with a stunning view of Mount Manaslu, which dominates the entire valley.

Walking
Accommodation Guesthouse
Meals B L D
Altitude 3525 m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

One of the things that we stress the most is acclimatization. Never in any part of the trek will we recommend you climb faster or trek faster. We always suggest visitors to trek at a moderate pace or slowly since your body needs to adapt to the new atmosphere you are in.

At the height of 3500 meters, the oxygen level in the atmosphere has dropped by approximately 45% already. At the base camp, the oxygen level will drop by roughly 52%, and by the time you reach the summit, it will drop by 67%. And so, it is very important that you acclimate and follow the standard practices and proven methods. Also, make sure that you keep yourself well-hydrated throughout the trek.

Since you have a whole day to yourself, there are things that you can do to keep yourself busy and make the most out of your Manaslu Expedition.

Starting from a section of the route between Shyala and Samagaon, Phungen Gompa is an entire day excursion destination. It takes around one hour to get from the branch’s location to a Yak grazing locale, and another 1.5 hours to get to the Buddhist shrine, which is situated at the tip of a large grassland plateau encircled by breathtaking mountain views.

One of the greatest spots to see Mount Manaslu and the region around it is from here. A little prayer chapel and a few monk dorms carved out of the mountainside are features of the shrine.

The Birendra Tal, a deep blue lake at the base of the Manaslu glacier, is another location you can visit. It will be enjoyable for those who enjoy taking baths in far-off places to take a plunge in its freezing ice water. Since the lake is only a short detour off the main route, it can be observed when traveling from Samagaon to Samdo.

Accommodation Guesthouse
Meals B L D

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

We begin our trek over a rugged path that passes by steep slopes. Pilgrims frequently walk the Samagaon trails while singing their folk tunes. Starting short in the woods, the trail gradually exposes itself on the ascending slope over Samagaon, heading north of the Manaslu Glacier.

As you ascend higher into the atmosphere, the view of the turquoise lake below and the glacier adjacent becomes even more breathtaking. The steepest part of the path is the last stretch on a small moraine that is treacherous. Approximately 4 to 5 hours later, we will arrive at the base camp.

Trekking from Samagaun to Manaslu Base Camp provides amazing views of nearby peaks, especially Mount Manaslu itself, in spite of its hardships. It’s a satisfying experience because of the unspoiled wilderness and the feeling of achievement you get when you arrive at the base camp.

Walking 4-5 hrs walk
Accommodation Base Camp
Meals B L D
Altitude 4750m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

The goal of these 27 days is to climb and explore the 8,163-meter peak of Mount Manaslu. A sequence of acclimatization cycles, ascents to higher camps, and finally, the summit attempt and descent back to the Base Camp comprise the climbing phase.

Considering a variety of factors, such as the weather and the number of acclimatization days needed at different elevations, our expedition leader will decide how long it will take to reach the mountaintop. We will travel long distances to high camps throughout the acclimatization period, returning to lower elevations for sleep. Following a three-week trip and an excellent summit of Mount Manaslu, we will return to the base camp, where we will spend the night.

Initial Day (Day 10-14)

We advise you to begin the first few days with treks to higher elevations for acclimatization before returning to Base Camp. This procedure lessens the chance of altitude sickness and aids with your body’s adjustment to the thin air. Camps 1 and 2 will also be established along the route. These camps act as resting and acclimatization stops and are essential to a successful summit attempt. This procedure will take around ten days to complete.

Mid-stage (Day 14-21)

The expedition’s next stage involves spending overnight at Camps 1 and 2 in order to acclimate to the higher elevations and continue the acclimatization cycles within the higher tents.

In addition to carefully monitoring the weather to plan the ascent to the summit, we will relax and preserve our psychological and physical endurance throughout the mid-phase of the Manaslu Expedition.

Final Push (Day 21-25)

Our guides will review the weather prediction and get ready for the Manaslu Expedition’s last ascent. This calls for psychological preparation and last-minute equipment inspections. Depending on the route and circumstances, we will be traveling from Base Camp to Camp 1, Camp 2, and either Camp 3 or Camp 4. With a super early start, an ascent to the peak, and a descent to the top camp, this is, without a doubt, the most difficult portion of the trip.

Descent to Base Camp (Day 25-27)

We will make our way back to Base Camp after staying the night in high camp, making any necessary stops along the way. We will take some time to heal once we’re back at Base Camp. Each and every person in the group will take part in tidying up the campsite to make sure that nothing is forgotten. Together with our team, we will commemorate the achievement and consider the lessons learned and obstacles surmounted.

This long phase, up in the Himalayas, is definitely challenging; the final push to the summit is very technical and requires some mountain climbing experience. Your success in the Manaslu Expedition is based on smart and correct decisions. You must always follow the necessary safety protocols and follow the guidance of the expedition leader.

This challenging portion of the hike requires careful planning in terms of logistics, mentality, and physical fitness. For a safe and pleasurable trip, trekking with a certified guide and carrying the necessary gear such as warm clothes, climbing equipment, supportive shoes, and a high-quality sleeping bag, is strongly advised.

Walking 27 days
Accommodation Base Camp
Meals B L D
Altitude 8,163m

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

We will start our retracing along the same route that we took before to reach the base camp from Sama Gaon after having our breakfast. Even though it’s slick, going downhill takes less time, and we will once more be rewarded with a spectacular panorama of the glacier and blue lake. After first traveling over rugged terrain, we will come to a road through forests.

It won’t be a challenging one, though. To go to Sama Gaon, we shall stroll via a number of settlements and the glacier lake Birendra. Looking back, you will be able to view the mighty Manaslu that we conquered. We will get to our destination in about 3 hours.

Walking 3 hrs walk
Accommodation Hotel
Meals B L D

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

We are going to travel down to Namrung after spending the night in Sama Gaon. We want to traverse other Tibetan villages while carrying pleasant recollections from the community. Throughout the day, the stroll is brief and easy. Thus, we shall hike slowly in order to reach Namrung.

We will then descend to Phillim. Today is going to be longer than the last one. The route is primarily downhill and relatively easy. We’ll have a pleasant stroll down the path. We will pass through terraced farms, the Budhi Gandaki River’s banks, mani walls, shrines, forests, and more during the hike. All in all, we are going to enjoy our time on the route and spend the night in Philim.

We are going to trek to Machha Khola after Philim village. We’ll begin by walking upward to the settlement of Sirdibas. Next, we will make a small descent to reach the Salleri settlement. We will then approach a steep ridge region that leads to Jagat. From this point on, we shall occasionally stroll along the Budhi Gandaki River’s bed. We will end up at Tatoppani and, ultimately, Machhakhola.

On the 47th day of the Manaslu Expedition, we will descend to Arughat, the starting point of this whole journey. This final trek will mark the conclusion of our Manaslu Expedition’s hiking. Upon reaching the end of the trek, you will be somewhat relieved that the trek ended, but you will also not want to leave these amazing mountains.

Walking 4 days
Accommodation Hotel
Meals B L D

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

This is your final day in Nepal’s countryside. We will be traveling through to Kathmandu after breakfast. The Marsyangdi and Trishuli River banks are frequently traversed throughout the journey. In addition, we pass through a few lovely villages with terrace farming on either side of the street. You will be dropped off at our accommodation in Kathmandu. You may spend the day in Kathmandu relaxing or visiting some local attractions.

After around 6 hours of travel by bus, we will reach Kathmandu city.

Bus Bus 6 hrs
Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

The idea behind our free day is to keep an extra day for the Manaslu expedition in case there are any delays. The highways or one of the trails along our itinerary can be under construction or temporarily blocked. This extra day allows you to compensate for it without having to worry about timely adding an extra day to the expedition.

Hopefully, this will be a free day for you. You can spend the day roaming around the city, visiting tourist hubs, or souvenir shopping. Whatever you do, the main thing is that you enjoy yourself. In the evening, you will be attending our farewell lunch.

We will be serving you a traditional Nepalese dinner with a lot of sides. This is our way of saying thank you and also bidding you farewell.

Accommodation Hotel
Meals farewell dinner

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

The final day of the Manaslu Expedition trip has come. We will be escorting you to the international airport and wave our goodbyes for the time being.

Car 30 min

Includes/Excludes

What's Included

  • All ground and air transportation throughout the trek.
  • Best available accommodation and full board meals throughout the trek.
  • One highly experienced, helpful, and friendly guide, porters (1 porter for 2 people), and their food, accommodation, salary, equipment, and accidental insurance for all staff
  • TIMS Fee- Trekkers’ Information Management System (Please bring 2 passport size photos for permit)
  • All national park and conservation areas permit fees.
  • Government taxes & office service charge

What's Excluded

  • Meals not quantified in the ‘Meal Inclusions’ in the itinerary’
  • Travel Insurance
  • International airfare
  • Nepal entry visa charge.
  • All beverage and other personal expenses.
  • Snacks and other personal expenses
  •  Hot shower during the trek

Manaslu Expedition - Essential Information

Difficulty

This expedition is definitely a difficult one. On a scale of 1 to 10, we will rate it 7.5. However, not every part of this Manaslu Expedition is difficult; it is just the last part, which requires climbing the Manaslu peak. If you want to trek the Manaslu region but do not wish to climb the peak, you can simply go on the Manaslu circuit trek, which takes you to the base camp of the peak.

The most difficult part of this expedition is the peak climbing phase; you have to acclimatize yourself to the extreme conditions of the Himalayas by going back and forth between higher and lower camps.

Best seasons

The best season to do the Manaslu Expedition is spring. During the spring season, the weather steers clear, and the Rhododendron blooms, which is just beautiful and adds to the trekking experience along the forests. Moreover, the skies are clear, and the grasses are greener.

Can a beginner join this trip?

Yes, a beginner can join this trip, but they will not be allowed to climb the mountain. Upto the Manaslu Base Camp, the trekking experience is not that difficult; it is pretty normal, and a beginner can definitely reach the base camp without any major difficulty.

Altitude Sickness

Altitude Sickness is a common dysfunction in the high Himalayas. The thing you need to know about altitude sickness is that it is caused by rushed ascent and dehydration. Hence, the best way to avoid altitude sickness is to make sure that you follow our guide and keep yourself well-hydrated.

Accommodation, Food, and Drink

We will be staying at guesthouses and lodges for the most part of the Manaslu Expedition. During our climbing days, we will spend our nights in a tent covered by our sleeping bags. Sleeping bags will be provided to you as a part of the package.

During the initial trekking days, you will get to eat hot cooked meals at the stops we will make along the way, but after we reach the base camp, we will have to survive mostly on canned goods. Your breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be covered by our Manaslu Expedition package.

If you are allergic to certain types of food, please let us know about it before hand so we can make the necessary arrangements. Food options in the himalayas are already limited and being allergic to certain foods can make it a tricky situation.

Our package does not cover any kind of drinks, including water. You will have to treat this as your personal expense.

Transportation

All the land transportation required by our proposed itinerary will be covered by the package. This includes pickup and drop off at the international airport and a bus ride to the starting point of the trek and back.

Permit

To do the Manaslu Expedition, you are legally required to have the Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) card and the Nepal Climbing Expedition permit fee, which costs $1800 in the spring, $900 in autumn, and $450 in summer. Our package will cover these expenses.

Please bring 2 passport-sized photos for your TIMS card.

Trip preparation and fitness

To prepare for this trip, you must train for endurance. We will be climbing the peak and descending for hours every day on a trail covered by snow. As if ascending for hours on land was not difficult enough.

Physical fitness aside, you will also have to be mentally prepared. If you decide to go on a whim, we advise you not to take this Manaslu Expedition journey. The final climb requires mental focus since you will be living in extreme conditions for weeks.

Gadgets charging & Internet

Until we reach the base camp, you will be able to charge your devices at the guesthouses and lodges we will stay in. If these lodges charge a dollar or two as a fee for letting you charge your devices, the package will not cover your expenses.

The same goes for the internet, you will be able to access the internet until we reach the base camp. If you are charged a certain amount for using the lodge’s internet, you will have to pay it out of your own pocket.

If you want to use the internet while actively trekking, you can use your phone’s network connection to connect to the internet. You will not get a cellphone connection once you reach the Manaslu Base Camp.

Your Extra expenses

Our Manaslu Expedition does not cover every expense, so here are some that you should be aware of. The package does not cover meals outside of breakfast, lunch, and dinner, your international flights to and from Nepal, your travel insurance, visa fees, hot shower expenses, emergency rescue, and any kind of drinks.

All these expenses are your personal expenses, which you will have to pay for out of pocket.

What to expect

The Manaslu expedition is a great journey that will take you from 570 meters to 8163 meters. You will be trekking through different climate zones, vegetation, and villages, learning about tons of new things on the way. You will have a close experience of the country life in Nepal.

Trekking through forests and ridges and crossing bridges, we will enter the Manaslu region, where the wilderness is just untouched. It’s so far away from all the unnecessary modernity that you feel one with nature.

We will be exploring the Manaslu Peak for days before we actually ascend the summit. While summiting, it’s very crucial that you follow what the guide says. Besides that, you can expect a lot of adventure and exciting treks.

Required Equipments for the Trip

Different types of equipments are required to fully enjoy your trip in Nepal. The required equipment may depend on the trip type, weather conditions, season and the maximum altitude of the trip.

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Manaslu Expedition - FAQs

How many porters/guides will be provided?

As a part of the package, your group will be with one guide and one porter for every two members of the group. If you are a group of 6, you will be provided with an assistant guide, and if you are a group of 8 or more, you will be provided with an additional assistant guide. Our Manaslu Expedition package will cover all wages of every crew member along with their travel insurance.

Are emergency services available?

Yes, if you need to be evacuated at any point during the Manaslu Expedition, we will contact the emergency services and get you help. A helicopter will rescue you to a safer elevation or directly to the city of Kathmandu. If you are travel insured, the insurance company will cover this expense, but if you are not insured, you

Can I travel solo?

No, you can not travel solo. As per the law of Nepal, you should be guided by a licensed guide all the way to the top and back. In addition to that, we do not take solo travelers on our Manaslu Expedition; the minimum number of individuals in a group we take is 2.

How difficult is the trek?

The trekking part is not that difficult; it is a normal trekking route. The part that is difficult is the peak climbing phase. During this phase, you have to ascend and descend from high camps to low camps, which is physically and mentally demanding.

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