The Government of Nepal has announced an issue for the flight operation to Lukla. Most of the flights to Lukla will commence from Ramechhap until further notice to avoid the heavy traffic congestion in Kathmandu airport. The airport in Ramechhap is located 130km from Kathmandu (approximately 3-4 hours drive).
Manaslu Circuit Trek is one of the most amazing prospects for visiting and discovering the pristine region of Nepal. Manaslu Circuit Trek is an affordable tea house trek that sacrifices you with a snapshot of imaginative flora and live incredible cultures in Nepal. Local people and their cultures and traditions are also the main attractions of the Manaslu Circuit Trek. The additional key aspects of Manaslu Circuit Trek are that Manaslu is a virgin territory where only a couple of trekkers have been seen annually. Nonetheless, Manaslu Circuit Trek is rapidly gaining more prominence. Manaslu Circuit Trek has seen more streams of adventurous trekkers coming to this home in recent years. The challenges and thrilling scenarios that you get through this trek are a must-see for any trekker looking for an experience never seen before.
Manaslu Circuit Trek is primarily immense as a solitary trek with a set pre-requisite of at least 2 participants. So there would be at least 2 citizens in the prior process. It’s going to help a ton with accommodation and carry permits too. Exceptional Nepalese-styled houses and hotels with a range of facilities that amaze you to spend your time there as well. Nonetheless, you can also spend the nights in tents / camps and appreciate Nepal beneath billions of stars. Searching for the term, Manaslu means “Spirit Mountain.” Mount Manaslu is one of the peaks with a height of more than 8000 m and a height of 8,163 m.
Kathmandu/ Arughat/ Soti Khola/ Machha Khola/ Jagat/ Deng/ Namrung/Samaguan/ Samdo/ Dharmasala/Bhimthang/Dharapani/Kathmandu
Experience to the remote and off – the-beat path
Cross through the routes of rhododendron, pine, hemlock, and oak tree
Stunning view of Mt. Manaslu (8163m), Annapurna I (8091m), Annapurna South (7219m), Gangapurna (7455m), Machhapuchhre (6997m) and Annapurna III (7555m)
Wonderful cultural combination of Nepalese and Tibetan people
Passing Larkya Pass (5153m)
Close inspection of the life of the region’s typical Nuri people
Day 01: Drive to Sotikhola via Arughat.
Your trip to Manaslu Circuit Trek starts in Kathmandu. You start the day early after breakfast. You will take a direct local bus from Kathmandu, Gongabe Bus Park to Soti Khola, which is 160 km away by drive. You’ll take a drive from Kathmandu to Arughat on a nice, paved road enjoying the views of the hilly areas. From Arughat to Soti Khola is a 2 hour drive away where the road is quite dusty and bumpy with a view of the Buddhi Gandaki River. Overnight at the Soti Khola teahouse
Day 02: Trek to Machha Khola
From Soti Khola, Machha Khola is 15 km far and it takes about 5 hours to get there. Further out from Soti Khola, there exists an army camp in Lighting, and walking further from there will take us to a place called Khursani Baari. You can also see a 100 m long waterfall from the opposite side of Khursani Baari. Walking on the same side is going to bring you to Machha Khola. After the massive earthquake of 2015, you’ll get a shocking view of the landslide in the region. Nowadays, road facilities have been built that were little disrupted by the earthquake. The residence in the area is less than 20-30 houses can be found in the entire area. There are also four famous hotels. Stay overnight at the Macha Khola
Day 03: Trek to Jagat
You’ll enjoy a hot breakfast at the Macha Khola teahouse. From Macha Khola, you can start walking along the trekking path on the banks of the Budi Gandaki River and the suspension bridge. After a few ups and downs, you’ll find a famous hot spring, Tatopani. Some areas, the trail is quite exposed and difficult. After spending a few moments here, you’re going to dohan for lunch. You will approach the small village of Yaru from where you will pass a long cantilever bridge to reach Jagat, where we will spend the night.
Day 04: Trek to Deng
We begin our trek to Deng early in the morning after the Upper Jagat check-in permit. It’s about seven hours of walking to the village of Deng, which is made up of only four houses and three hotels. After 40 minutes of walking, on your way to Saleri, you need to cross a river and see the glimpse of the milky flow in the valley. You will see two hydro-powers (one new and one old) before the fall. On the way, you can travel from Saleri to Sirdibas, which is populated by the local Gurung Mountain, which is called Siring (7239 m). After crossing the bridge and walking for 15 to 20 minutes, you can enter Philim, where there are numerous administrative offices, land revenue offices, police stations, and many more. We’re going to Chisapani from Philim. After having lunch in Chisopani, we follow the path to Naykphedi and then to Pewa, which will take about an hour and a half to get there. In Pewa, you’re going to cross the suspension bridge two times, which is a nice experience. It’s going to take Deng 45 minutes from Pewa.Stay in the camps overnight.
Day 05: Trek to Namrung
After the sun rises, you’ll have breakfast at the tea house. Today the Deng path brings you along the winding path to Rana and the suspension bridge to Bihi Phedi. The path continues to the village of Ghap through several landslide areas, where you should be cautious when walking. You will walk across the Ghap through bamboo, rhododendron and oak forests. Namrung is the best view for Siring Himal, Ganesh Himal and Mt. Himal Chuli. Namrung provides you the best tea shops, a restaurant and a tea house with fresh bakery, coffee and Wi-Fi.
Day 06: Trek to Smanguan
You will carry through Banjam, Lihi, Sho, Lho and Sayla to enter Samagaun from Namrung. On the way, before you enter Lho, you will see a monastery that is acknowledged as one in the area. More than 200 monks study in this monastery, all of whom are boys. The path to Lihi is steep and walking will give you a view of Ganesh Himal, north of Himchuli and Naike on the right. We resume our trip to Sho and in the corner, we find two paths, one leading to the Hinayang Monastery and another leading to Manaslu Larkya Pass. It’ll take 1 hour and 30 minutes to get to Lho and 2 hours to get to Sayla from Lho. It will take 1 hour from Sayla to enter Samagaun. From the syala, you’ll get a breathtaking view of the north of Himalchuli, Nadi Chuli Manaslu, north of Manaslu, Nike Peak, Saula Himal, and Siringi Himal. Real yak view is also a great satisfaction. It is the largest village that migrated 200 years ago from Tibet. It’s a popular spot for business and it’s the way to Manaslu Base Camp.
Day 07: Acclimatization Day
This day is reserved for rest and acclimatization to avoid altitude-related illness. A short walk will take you to the Birendra Taal (3,450 m) below the Manaslu Glacier. As on the day of acclimatization, there are two options for side trips to either the Pungen Gompa or the Manaslu Base camp.
You will experience Pungen Gompa, which is 3-4 hours hiking, if you choose for a half day hike. Pungen Gompa lies on the east side of Nubri Valley where you’ll see several Himalayan thars and yaks roaming around. Or you can walk north of Sama Gaun to Manaslu base camp (4400 m). Hike to camp at Manaslu Base can be accomplished in 8-9 hours.
Day 08: Trek to Samdo
You can reach the destination after 3 hours of a hike on the steep uphill (about 15 minutes) and flat terrain. On the journey, views of Syaula Peak, Naike Peak, Manaslu, Himchuli, Larke peak, and Cho peak can be seen. The west and north-Himchuli add additional spark. It is the tiny young village, 3800 m high. The site has electricity facilities as it has its own Micro Hydropower Project operating in the region. The route to get there is straightforward, except for a few minutes of steep walk, which can be done with good walk.
Day 09: Trek to Dharmasala
You will start our day trip after breakfast at Samdo by crossing a wooden bridge over the river Budhi Gandaki and hiking upwards. Today you’ll trek through grassy slopes with scrub juniper, rhododendron, enjoy and chorten with the big old mani stone wall. The short walk to Dharmasala provides sufficient time and rest for the further trek to acclimatize to. It is 7 km away, and in normal days it will take about 4 hours to get there. We have a very good chance of seeing blue sheep. Also known as Larke Phedi, this place is. Stay at Dharmasala for the overnight.
Day 10: Trek to Bhimtang
This day’s trek begins early in the morning at approximately 3 am which will provide the most beautiful natural view of sunrise and top wind flow will blow any traveler’s mind. Starting from the left corner, you’ll have the view of Annapurna II, single himal, Kangaroo Himal, Himlung Himal, Cho Himal. From Larkye you get a view of the peak of Cho and Larke. The trial will take 9 hours to complete to meet Bhimtang.
Day 11: Trek to Dharapani
After witnessing the beautiful mountain views from a hill in Bhimtang, we’re heading down to Gho village. Walking downhill we can experience the lush forests full of flora and fauna including rhododendron bushes. After clearing a police checkpoint we find our way from here towards Dharapani we reach the Annapurna Circuit. We will reach our final location Dharapani and overnight in Hotel.
Day 12: Drive to Kathmandu via Besisahar
We take sharing jeep from Dharapani, and travel to Besisahar. From Besisahar again, we travel to Kathmandu on the bank of the Marsyangdi River, enjoying the beautiful view of the greenery mountains, ecosystem with small houses and huts, bridges and, most of all, a fast-flowing and erotic Marsyangdi River. Our 12 days Manaslu circuit Trek Finishes Today!!!!
The best period for the Manaslu circuit trek in Nepal is autumn and spring. The best times for the Manaslu circuit trek in autumn are March, April and May, while the best times for the trek in Sprint are September, October and November.
As per the Nepal Immigration practices for the Manaslu Circuit Trek, a minimum of 2 foreigners are required to obtain immigration permits for the restricted area of trekking.
There is a need for the Manaslu Trek Special Permit. We need a busy working day (Sunday to Friday) after you arrive to get this permit. So, you can manuscript Manaslu Circuit Trek in Nepal as soon as you can and brief us on your workday inflow. This will benefit the easy organization of your permits.
Manaslu Circuit Trek provides an excellent exposure of the highest mountains (like Syaula Peak, Naike Peak, Manaslu, Himchuli, Larke peak, Cho peak), cultural heritage, a true wilderness excursion, bio-diversity, unparalleled beauty of landscapes, a magnificent forest with a beautiful view of numerous waterfalls, stunning suspension bridges and many more. However, the main attraction is the quiet and calm nature of the place, which invites solo travelers or private travelers to disappear in the Himalayan arm Manaslu Circuit trek, has a spectacular beauty across the borders of Nepal and Tibet. All these tremendous parts which cannot even be described about Manaslu Circuit Trek, enable your trip all the more interesting and memorable. And, yes, you’re going to love and enjoy this thrilling trek in Nepal a lot.
Since 1991, the local Manaslu trek has been opened for adventure trekkers to go through an untouched journey, rising in popularity in the speed of forwarding. You can see a lot of mountains, rivers, waterfalls, human settlements, cultures and traditions, and many more in the middle of the trek. This will fill your inner mind with full mountain recreation and daring fun. If you’re a traditional nature lover, and if you’re a cultural freak, and you want to experience all of them in one place, then the Manaslu trek is absolutely right for you.
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