Trip Duration
10 Days
Start/End Point
Kathmandu/Kathmandu
Maximum Altitude
5160m
Trip Difficulty
Moderate
Activity
Trekking
Best Season
Oct-Dec & Mar-May
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Overview of Manaslu Short Trek 10 Days

Manaslu Short Trek 10 days is one of the best off-beaten path short treks inside Manaslu Conservation, which is a government-regulated area. Like in Standard Manaslu Circuit Trek, trekkers must require special permits and guide-porters from government-registered trekking companies.

While trekking to this short Manaslu Circuit for 10 days. Short Manaslu Circuit Trek is only possible with a group size of a minimum of 2 persons, but we do organize bigger group treks as well.

Manaslu Short Trek 10 days is suitable for trekkers with good fitness as well as those who don’t want to trek for a long time and want to explore the Manaslu region and base camp.

Luxury transportation and lodges, along with guides and porters, make Manaslu Short Trek more adventurous.

Manaslu Short Trek with Larkya- la pass (5160m) with comfortable lodge accommodation is the perfect trip for a couple and a smaller private group. Short trekking to Manaslu is more enjoyable with a local guide from the same region that Life Himalaya Trekking always picks.

Manaslu Short Trek Route:

The Short Manaslu Trek route map starts with a jeep drive from Kathmandu to Lapubeshi and trekking to Machhikhola. Manaslu Trek 10 days route continues with famous local villages Jagat (permit checkpoint), Phelim, Namrung, Loh, Samagaon, Manaslu Base Camp, Smado, Dharamsala, Manaslu base camp, Larkya pass (5106m), Bhimtang, and the trek ends and Dharapani which connect Annapurna Circuit Trek.

Life Himalaya Trekking offers multiple Manaslu Trek Packages for 2024 and 2025.  Manaslu Trek Itinerary 14 days and 10 days are the famous itineraries for the private lodge trek.

If you want to customize this Short Manaslu Trekking. We are happy to provide you with a customized trekking package in Nepal that meets your requirements.

Highlights of Manaslu Short Trek 10 Days

  • Drive with a 4*4 jeep to trek starting and ending points and experienced scenic off-road adventure.
  • Guided lodge trek in restricted areas makes Circial 8th highest to mt. Manaslu 8156m.
  • Special permits are required and less crowded remote lodge treks.
  • Buddhist monastery, mane stone, Chortens, and local villages with rich culture
  • Start low areas Arughat 941m and learn about flora and fauna and crossing high passes Larkya la 5160m
  • Observe the best picturesque from Birendra lake and Manaslu base camp Pung Gyen Gomba  (2630m/8626ft)
  • Trek inside Manaslu conservation and feels the reality of Himalayan nature during the trek.

Manaslu Short Trek 10 Days Itinerary

You leave Kathmandu in a cozy 4×4 jeep to begin your thrilling Himalayan journey with Life Himalaya. You will pass through arid terrain, quaint villages, and beautiful scenery along the river banks of Trisuli and Akhhu rivers on your magnificent excursion. Amazing views of Ganesh Himal, Langtang, Manaslu blesses you from the first day on the driving trail.

Take in the spectacular vistas and immerse yourself in Nepal’s splendor as you weave your way towards Machhikhola. You’ll travel for 7 to 9 hours before reaching Machhikhola, a little community tucked away in the highlands, where you’ll check into your lodging for the night.

Jeep 7-8 hours
Accommodation Lodge
Meals B L D
Altitude 869m

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

Your trekking journey officially starts today. Leave Machhikhola and travel along the Budhi Gandaki River’s meandering channels. You will cross suspension bridges, travel through varied terrain, and take in the stunning views as you make your way through this enchanted landscape.

You will arrive in Jagat, a lovely community with a vibrant cultural environment, after an exhilarating 6-7 hours of trekking.  Jagat is also the check point from where the restrcited area begins and after checking in with the guards with our restricted area permit we will enter the beautiful Manaslu Valley.

Walking 6-7 hours
Accommodation Lodge
Meals BLD
Altitude 1430m

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

As you continue your walk to the upper elevations of the Manaslu region, get ready for a day of exploration and discovery. You’ll travel along a trail that climbs steep hills, passes through forests, and across streams. You’ll come across a variety of local flora and fauna along the trip. You’ll reach Deng, a tranquil village encircled by thick forests, after a strenuous 8–9 hours of hiking, where you’ll spend the night.

Walking 8-9 Hours
Accommodation Lodge
Meals BLD
Altitude 1860m

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

You will travel farther into the Himalayas on today’s journey. Trek through lush rhododendron and pine forests, where the pleasant aroma of wildflowers permeates the air. You will be rewarded for your ascent with expansive vistas of high peaks. Your final stop of the day is Lho, a charming village with breathtaking mountain views. You’ll check into your lodging in Lho after 7-8 hours of trekking for a well-earned break.

Walking 6-7 hours
Accommodation Lodge
Meals B L D
Altitude 3180m

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

You’ll continue your adventure and set out on an enthralling excursion in the direction of Samagaun. The neighboring Himalayan mountains are visible from the trek in breathtaking fashion. To fully experience the area’s rich cultural heritage, you can choose to do a side hike to the Tibetan monastery of Punggyen Gompa. You will arrive to Samagaun, snuggled in the mountain embrace, after a fulfilling day of trekking lasting 8 to 9 hours, where you will spend the night.

Walking 6-7
Accommodation Lodge
Meals B L D
Altitude 1430m

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

Today’s trek takes you to higher altitudes as you leave Samagaun behind and head towards Samdo. The terrain becomes more challenging, but the breathtaking mountain scenery keeps you motivated. The trail leads you through rocky paths and pristine landscapes, offering glimpses of the majestic peaks. After a satisfying 4 to 5 hours of trekking, you’ll arrive at Samdo, a high-altitude village, where you’ll settle in and acclimatize to the elevation.

Walking 4 -5 hours
Accommodation Lodge
Meals B L D
Altitude 3700m/12139ft

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

The air gets cleaner and the scenery more striking as you travel higher into the Himalayas. You’ll be trekking to Dharamsala today, also referred to as Larkya Base Camp. As you get closer to your ultimate destination, Larkya La Pass, the mountain views are even more breathtaking. You’ll arrive at Dharamsala after 4 to 5 hours of walking, where you’ll spend the night to rest up for the demanding day that lies ahead.

Evening walks are highly recommended, to follow the principle of “Climb High and Sleep Low” and acclimatize before our  goal of “Larkya La Pass.”

Walking 4-5
Accommodation Lodge
Meals BLD
Altitude 4460m/14629ft

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

The pinnacle of the Manaslu short trek is today when you cross the difficult Larkya La Pass and ascend to a height of 5,106 meters. Although the ascent is difficult, the sense of achievement and the wonderful panorama from the pass make the effort worthwhile. You will descend to Bhimtang, which is located at 3,700 meters, after passing the pass for a well-earned overnight rest. The trip on this day is about 12 kilometers long and lasts 8 to 9 hours.

Walking 8-9 hours
Accommodation Lodge
Meals B L D
Altitude 3700m/12201ft

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

Today, you’ll begin your descent towards lower altitudes. The trail takes you through alpine meadows and dense forests, providing a pleasant change in scenery. Descending from Bhimtang to Dharapani, you’ll notice a decrease in altitude and a warmer climate. After a fulfilling 6 to 8 hours of trekking, you’ll reach Dharapani, where you’ll rest and rejuvenate for the final leg of your journey.

Walking 6-8 Hours
Accommodation Lodge
Meals B L D
Altitude 1920m/6300ft

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

id the mountains farewell as you depart Dharapani on the final day of your Manaslu Short trek. Set out on a 7–9-hour scenic trip through Bashisahar to return to Kathmandu. Enjoy the variety of sceneries and think back on the amazing adventures and stunning vistas you had while trekking in the Manaslu region. Finish your spectacular Himalayan trekking journey by returning to Kathmandu.

Jeep 7-9 hours
Accommodation NO
Meals BLD
Altitude 1350

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

Route Map

Manaslu Short Trek - Route Map

Includes/Excludes

What's Included

  • Guided Pick up from Kathmandu international airport with a private car to your hotel.
  • Trek information, altitude sickness, guide, food, permits, and accommodation transportation.
  • All necessary Permits, restricted, and Manaslu and Annapurna conversation.
  • Private 4*4 jeep from Kathmandu to Lapubensi trek starting point.
  • Foods provided are chosen from the lodge menu:  Breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
  • Government license holder guide and 01 porters for 02 trekkers porter carry (20kg )only.
  • Food for guide, porter their salary, insurance, and transportation.
  • Life Himalaya trekking duffel bags, t-shirt, and trek map as gift value (60$)
  • Down jacket and sleeping bag, walking pol, water purifier tablets, ( sleeping bag and down jacket must return after the trek)
  • Farewell diner at famous restaurants traditional Nepali or other different foods and drinks.
  • Archivment certificate
  • International departure hotel to KTM airport

What's Excluded

  • Hotel accommodations in Kathmandu
  • Travel insurance
  • International airfare
  • Nepal entry visa charge.
  • All beverages and others personal expenses
  • Snacks and other personal expenses
  • Hot shower-WiFi during the trek
  • Tips for guide, porter and driver
  • Extra days trek

Manaslu Short Trek 10 Days - Essential Information

You must know that Manaslu Region is a restricted area. So trekkers can do tea house and camping treks in 10 or longer days but only with special trekking permits.  These permits must be issued by a government-registered company.

Trekkers could get to the Manaslu Trek starting point with private or sharing 4*4 jeeps within 5 to 6 hours. On the tenth day, the Manaslu Circuit Short Trek itinerary ends at Dharapani and then you will be driven back to Kathmandu via jeep. Likewise, trekkers with longer holidays from that point could continue to Annapurna Trek Manang, Tilicho lake, or the world’s highest trekking pass Thorong la 5416m.

Manaslu Trek costs depend on the trek quality guide, transportation, lodges overnight, food including breakfast lunch and dinner as well trek permits cost, conservation permit cost, guide, porter, and transportation with private jeel or with local buses or jeep. For the Manaslu Short Trek, it is recommended that you book from an experienced Travel Agency or read the Manaslu Circuit Trekking Blog.

Solo trekkers without guides or porters can’t do the Manaslu Circuit Short Trek due to government-regulated rules in this region. The best season for the Manaslu Trek is March to May and September to December. During the monsoon time, road access is not very good, and in wintertime trekking to Manaslu Base Camp and Larkya pass would be difficult to cross due to lots of snow.

The Manaslu Trek itinerary could be short or long. It’s the choice of trekkers. It’s an off-the-beaten-path trek but when you decide to go trekking in the 8th highest mountain Manaslu belonging to the land of Gorkha. Manaslu Short Trek review trekkers are trekking through rivers, and rice fields, crossing the hanging bridges, passing the local villages, and different ethnic villages including Buddhist  Nepali – Tibetan culture to finally reach the Manaslu base camp and Larkya pass. Trekkers also get to see the panoramic Himalayas views of Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, Annapurna, and Lamjung Himal.

Best Seasons for Manaslu Shor Trekking

Nepal is a year-round destination due to its diversified geography, which ranges from tropical to alpine weather. Spring (March to May) emerges as the peak season for Manaslu short trekking. You can enjoy the breathtaking mountain views, blossoming wildflowers, and mild temperatures, attracting an increasing number of trekkers. Winter (December to February) brings significant snowfall at high altitudes like Samagaun or Larke La. This makes the winter season somehow more dangerous than other seasons.

Summer (June to August) is best avoided due to heavy rains causing dangerous trails, mud, and leeches. Autumn (September to November) is another optimal period for Manaslu. You will get the opportunity to view the excellent weather, clear skies, and stunning mountain peaks. It is the peak trekking season, characterized by mild to warm days, minimal rain, and the chance to partake in Nepalese festivals like Dashain and Tihar.

In contrast, winter poses risks of slippery paths and harsh colds, while spring showcases vibrant landscapes. Summer brings challenges with monsoons, and autumn presents the best balance of weather and cultural experiences. Each season offers different preferences, offering a unique perspective on Nepal’s natural and cultural beauty. If you are seeking tranquility, you might prefer winter or summer, while those who like lively trails and festivities might go for spring or autumn.

Is Manaslu short trekking a difficult journey?

The Manaslu short Trek is a wonderful yet demanding journey. The trek will draw for those who are looking for close encounters with towering mountains and high-altitude passes. It is crucial to remember, however, that there are no simple ways into the Manaslu region. In terms of difficulty, the Manaslu short trek falls into the medium to slightly difficult level on several sections of the route.

Many thrill-seekers are drawn to the Manaslu Circuit Trek because behind every obstacle is the reward of a precious and once-in-a-lifetime experience. This journey will be an unforgettable adventure that leaves a lasting memory of stunning scenery and a rich and unique culture.

You will also be able to encounter incredible wildlife and moments of serenely in ancient monasteries. Despite the difficulties in Dharmasala and Lakrye La, there is no other reason to panic during the trek. Anyone with a minimum level of fitness and adequate preparation can go on and conquer this wonderful trek and immerse in the wonders of the Manaslu Circuit.

Altitude Sickness

The Manaslu short trek includes an ascent to an amazing altitude of 5,106 meters above sea level. Such high altitudes might have challenges associated with decreasing oxygen levels. While trekking below 3,000 meters poses no problems in encountering low oxygen levels.

Higher altitude travel needs to be at a moderate and steady pace. At such a high altitude you will also be able to take constant water. As you ascend higher there is a chance of increasing the likelihood of getting Acute mountain sickness (AMS).

Some of the symptoms include dizziness, headaches, muscle aches, and nausea. Mild cases can be treated with rest and Diamox, as well as adequate fluid intake of water, tea, and soup.

However, it is necessary to descend to a lower level and seek medical attention if the AMS worsens. Our team is dedicated to preventing such conditions from worsening and carrying out security measures. In severe cases, we can also arrange air evacuation.

It is critical not to underestimate AMS; if left untreated, it can be fatal. Our carefully planned itinerary will help reduce altitude-related difficulties, which assures a pleasant trekking experience. The itinerary’s pace provides for gradual acclimatization, which allows your body to adjust to lower oxygen levels at higher altitudes.

Food and Accommodation during the Manaslu short trek

As much as we would love the beautiful mountain scenery while trekking, no scene will give you energy if food and accommodation are suitable. Besides, food and accommodation are basically the most essential aspects of trekking. Without good food and proper accommodation, the preparation and training will not be helpful. If you are not eating healthy food and getting proper sleep, then there is no point in other preparations at the correct time.

Foods and accommodations on the Manaslu short trek are similar to what you find on Nepal’s other popular treks; however, options are more varied. World cuisines like pizza, burgers, pasta, and burritos are popular in this route alongside Nepali foods like momo, dal bhat, soups, etc.

As you go to higher altitudes, the choice of foods will be limited. Food and accommodation during the Manaslu trek are always more costly than in Kathmandu.

These accommodations typically offer simple but cozy rooms with basic amenities such as beds, blankets, and shared bathrooms. The hospitality of the local people adds a warm touch to your stay. The higher altitudes bring more rustic accommodations and fewer luxuries for an authentic mountain experience.

Transportation options for the Manaslu short trek

To start the Manaslu short trek, many people take a bus from Kathmandu to Machha Khola. The bus leaves around 7 AM from Gongabu Bus Park and covers about 158 kilometers. The roads are good until Arughat, but after crossing Ankhu Khola, it gets bumpy. The bus ride takes 8-9 hours.

Another option is hiring a private jeep from Kathmandu to Machha Khola. These comfortable jeeps with air conditioning take 5-6 hours and provide a smoother ride. There are two types of jeeps: one with a tourist number plate (green) and another with a red plate. It’s better to choose the tourist plate with fewer stops.

Hiring a private jeep has the advantage of stopping anywhere for a break.

For the return from Dharapani to Besi Sahar, many budget-conscious travelers prefer shared public jeeps. It’s a cost-effective way to share the experience while traveling through tough terrain.

You can take a bus or a private jeep while returning to Kathmandu Valley. The bus ride is 5-6 hours, and a private jeep is a bit faster. The roads are generally good, but there might be some traffic jams before reaching Kathmandu.

Manaslu Short Trek vs Manaslu Circuit Trek

1. Trek Difficulty

Manaslu Short Trek is generally a full circuit that you will complete in a shorter duration. A short Manaslu Circuit Trek is more difficult than a normal one because you will reach a higher altitude faster. There are no acclimatization days in the itinerary, which might lead to altitude sickness if not trained well.

Manaslu Circuit Trek is less difficult than the shorter version. You will get enough chances to do acclimatization and side hikes during the rest of the days.

2. Rest Days

Manaslu Short Trek has to complete a full circuit in shorter days so that you will get fewer rest days during the trek. There are longer walking days, so it will be completed quickly.

Manaslu Circuit Trek has a proper itinerary with rest days during the trek. These rest days are essential for allowing the body to adapt to the thin air. This helps to reduce the risk of altitude-related health issues.

3. Sightseeing in Kathmandu

You will not be able to do sightseeing in Kathmandu on the short Manaslu Circuit Trek. You have to increase the days on the itinerary if you are willing to do sightseeing in Kathmandu.

You will be able to do sightseeing in Kathmandu on the Manaslu Circuit Trek. Popular sights in Kathmandu include Boudhanath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple, and Durbar Square.

4. Side Trek

In Manaslu Short Trek, you do not have acclimatization days, so you do not have the opportunity to do a side trek.

Manaslu Circuit Trek offers additional side treks. It includes visits to Manaslu Base Camp, Pungyen Gumpa, the Tibetan border, Birendra Tal, and more.

5. Trip Duration

Manaslu Short Trek can be finished only in 10 days. You will follow the same trail and complete the full circuit.

Manaslu Circuit Trek itinerary can be designed according to your physical fitness, holiday duration, and other preferences. But normally this trek will be for around 16 to 18 days.

6. Itinerary Customization

In Manaslu Short Trek, you can only add extra days to explore more days so that you can explore nearby regions. The itinerary of this trek is already short, so it’s best not to decrease the days.

You can add or remove the extra days in Manaslu Circuit Trek. If you have more time to spend in Nepal, then it’s best to visit nearby regions like Tsum Valley, Manang Valley, Tilicho Lake, and Pokhara.

In summary, the Manaslu Short Trek is best if you have limited time and prefer a more challenging trek. In comparing both treks, you have to be more physically and mentally fit to complete the Short Trek.

On the other hand, if you have more time, seek a more immersive experience, and are prepared for a moderately challenging trek with higher altitudes, the Manaslu Circuit Trek offers a more comprehensive journey with diverse landscapes and cultural experiences. Consider your fitness level, trekking experience, and the type of adventure you’re seeking when making your decision.

Internet and charging facilities

Nepali SIM cards are easily accessible for purchase in Kathmandu. A copy of your passport and two tiny photos of yourself will be enough. You will receive your SIM card after filling out a form and paying less than a dollar. In locations with strong network signals, these cards will perform excellently. WiFi will be useful if you hike up to higher altitudes. Consider that you may be charged between $2 and $3 for WiFi if the data package on your SIM card is malfunctioning.

Charging your electronic devices can be a bit challenging along the trail. Charging facilities are limited and mostly available in larger villages. Some teahouses or lodges may offer charging, but it could come with an extra cost. It is suggested that you bring a power bank with your charging cable for backup. Power outages are normal, especially in bad weather or other unplanned events.

Required Permits for Manaslu Trekking

Heading to the far-off Himalayas in Nepal can be tough, and dealing with paperwork is a big part of it. When you plan to visit Nepal, remember that trekking in various areas needs specific permits.

1. Restricted area permit

You need a special permit to go to Jagat until you reach Sama Gaun. To get this permit, go to Kathmandu before your trek. Your trekking agency will handle all the paperwork, so you don’t need to worry.

The permit cost for the Manaslu area from September to November is $100 per person for the first seven days between Jagat and Dharapani. If you want to stay more than 7 days then you will have to pay an extra $15 per person per day. In the off-season, from December to August, the permit cost is $25 less than in the peak season, and after seven days, it’s $10 per day.

2. Manaslu conservarion area

All the different plants and animals in the Manaslu short trek are protected in the Manaslu Conservation Area. The protected zone begins at Philim, and the permit you need to enter costs $30 for each person. If you’re from a SAARC country, it’s Rs 600, and for Nepalese people, it’s free. This money helps take care of the wildlife in the area.

3. Annapurna conservation area

As we continue our trek past Sama Gaun and Dharapani, we’ll enter the Annapurna Conservation Area (ACAP). Even though we’ll only be in this area for a short time, it’s essential to have a permit if you’re passing through the Dharapani check-post.

Getting the Annapurna Conservation Area permit costs about the same as the permit for the Manaslu Conservation Area. Many trekkers heading to Manaslu also extend their journey to explore Tsum Valley, a stunning highland paradise with beautiful alpine scenery.

Permit Checkpoints and required documents

You would be required to show a restricted area permit at Jagat, and the last checkpoint is in Sama Gaun. The Manaslu conservation area starts at Philim, but they will check the permit in Jagat. As the last part of our journey, beyond Sama Gaun and Dharapani, we will travel to the Annapurna Conservation Area (ACAP). This is a compulsory permit for you to cross the Dharapani check-post.

Also, a restricted area permit can only be issued by a government-registered trekking company. You should also take a government-licensed trekking guide in the restricted area. Insurance for the guide and other staff during the trek is compulsory.

Equipment

It’s important to have the right gear when you plan for the Manaslu Short Trek. It is important to wear full hiking boots because they support your legs and keep your feet from sliding around. This is especially important in tricky places like the Larkye Pass, where it gets snowy and icy. As a way to improve your grip, it is good to wear hiking spikes.

A strong, waterproof backpack, layers of clothes for different temperatures, a warm sleeping bag, and a reliable hiking pole to help you keep your balance on rough trails should be your basic gear.

Bring a hat with a broad brim, sunglasses, and sunscreen to stay safe in the sun. You need to have a good rain jacket and pants because the weather can change quickly at higher altitudes.

Remember to bring a fully equipped first aid kit with your own medicines, water-purifying tablets, and a water bottle. Bring a headlamp or flashlight to help you find your way in the dark.

Bring energy snacks with you, like energy bars and trail mix. These snacks help you to keep your energy up. Bring a detailed map and a guidebook with you to make sure you don’t get lost.

Solo or Group Manaslu Short Trekking

One of Nepal’s most famous off-the-beaten-path treks is the Manaslu short trek. You have to pass through the restricted area, Manaslu and Annapurna Conservation Area. Many hikers want to climb Manaslu alone, but trekking to Manaslu alone is entirely prohibited. The government of Nepal has strictly prohibited trekking alone in the Manaslu region in order to protect trekkers from potential danger by providing proper protection through Manaslu tour guides and porters.

It is impossible to hike alone during the Manaslu short trek. Hiring an experienced guide is the only way to ensure the safety of your trip and improve your walking experience. For the private trip, the minimum number of people needed is 2, and the maximum has no limit. The Nepalese government has established a limited area without a guide in order to preserve the ethnic groups and their traditions in this region. So, you need a government-certified guide if you want to pass through the restricted area in the Manaslu Region.

Tsum Valley, Larkya La, and Manaslu Base Camp, along with six other VDCs, are just a few of the restricted areas in the Manaslu region. So, you will need the licenses to explore all of these regions. Hiring a knowledgeable guide with a registered trekking company is required to acquire the restricted area permits for the Manaslu short trek.

Trek preparation for the Manaslu short trek

Begin by building endurance through regular cardiovascular exercises like hiking, jogging, and cycling. Strengthen leg muscles with uphill and downhill training.

Acclimate to high altitudes by incorporating elevation gain in your training and, if possible, spend time at higher altitudes before the trek. Develop a consistent fitness routine in the months leading up to the trek to enhance stamina.

Familiarize yourself with the trek itinerary, considering acclimatization days and side treks. Stay updated on weather conditions and be prepared for diverse terrains.

Lastly, mentally prepare for the challenges and joys of the trek. Embrace the cultural differences, stay hydrated, and maintain a positive mindset. Adequate preparation ensures a safe and enjoyable experience in the stunning landscapes of the Manaslu Short Trek.

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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