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Manaslu Circuit Trekking

Trekking around Manaslu offers a unique opportunity to experience relatively "untouched" region of Nepal. Opened for trekking only since 1991 , it provides spectacular beauty along the border of Nepal and China and is now a controlled trekking route which allows organized trekking groups special permits to venture round its spectacular circuit. Located in west-central Nepal, the 177-km trek around Manaslu provides strong walkers the best that Nepal has to offer: fantastic mountain scenery, spanning altitudes from 375 m to 5.300 m. a diverse range of ecosystems and ethnic cultures, and a trail that puts one physically closer to Tibet than any other trek in Nepal.The standard 21 -day hike usually begins in Gorkha but for those preferring a longer trek, the winding road to Trisuli becomes the preface to this exciting walk Because of its isolation and newness to tourism, this trip must be done as a full service trek through an official trekking company. All supplies necessary for the trip (including food and kerosene) must be carried in and all rubbish must be portered out. A Nepalese Liaison Officer must accompany each group to assure

Details Itinerary


Day -01: Arrive to Kathmandu & transfer to the Hotel


Day-02: Kathmandu sightseeing


Day-03 : By bus to Gorkha bazaar. It takes about 5 hours by bus. In the afternoon visit the old palace of Gorkha and temple of Kali.


Day-04 : Gorkha to Khanchowk village It is an beautiful walk through ridge of hill and passing many villages along the way.


Day-05 : Khanchowk village to Arughat village; Trail descents continues from Khanchowk all the way to Arughat bazaar through cultivated , terraced hill sides and villages.


Day-06 : Arughat to Soti Khola; The path will go along the Buri Gandaki all the way to its headwaters. The trail goes across forests populated by monkeys. When you reach wide area of rice paddies you will come to Arkhet. From here trail descends and ascents to reach soti khola. There is a good swimming hole and a small water fall just above the trail.


Day-07 : Soti khola to lapubesi From here the course will repeat ascents and descents through the forested area.

Day-08 : Lapubesi to tatopani; From here , traverse the slope that has farm fields and rice paddies .further ahead the valley will become a wider. The path will will go down to the shores of white sand .trail still descends and ascents to reach to Tatopani where it has a hot spring.


Day-09 : Tatopani to Jagat; Crossing the suspension bridge and passing the forested area. following the path looks like it is carved in the rock to reach Doban. Soon after crossing villages and suspension bridge in Doban khola trail repeating ascents and descents will come to Jagat.


Day-10 : Jagat to Ekle Bhatti Climbing over a rocky ridge of Salleri , there are a good views of Sringi Himal. Passing through the Gurung villages to reach to Ekle bhati. Where it has strong influence of Tibetan.


Day-11 : Ekle Bhatti to Deng The route enters a steep uninhabited gorge. Trail descents grassy slopes dotted with pine trees offering a pleasant walk through bamboo forest to the deng khola.


Day-12 : Deng to Ghap;(2040m) The path will go down to river shores. Steep cliffs continue to surround the valley. Crossing a suspension bridge to reach to Lana. The path will becomes a gentle ascent till Bih. From here on, traverse through the forest to come to farm fields and go through the khani then you are in Ghap. Ghap to Namrung;(2660m) Moving on to the forest and crossing a few times wooden bridge over in Buri Gandaki the path will becomes steeper till Namru village. At this stage the Tibetan border is only a few kilometers to the north.


Day-13 : Namrung to Lho(3100m) After passing through Bengsam village, LI and Khani you will come to Hinan khola. Crosses the streams, you will come to Sho village. From where the views are open Naike peak, Manaslu north peak and Manaslu. Lho has wide farm fields on the gentle mountain flank, it is a large village with many houses and a fine Gimpa. The view from here are excellent.


Day-14 : ho to Sama Gompa;(3500m) Soon after the junction, you will cross the stream using the wooden bridge and zigzag up the forested area to reach to Honsanho Gompa. Where it has an open view. After crossing Pungen glacier valley will become a wider. Move on from one Chorten to another to reach sama. Which is surrounded by a large number of Mani stones and Chortens. The Gompa on the top of the hill is very fine and worth visiting.


Day-15 : Samdo to Larke rest house;(4480m) The path becomes steeper. Crossing the tundra, it winds its way to the foot of the immense Larkya glacier which pours of the Manaslu.


Day-16 : Rest house - Larke pass to Bhimathan;(4066m) Keep ascending on the gentle slope towards to Cho Dhanda and to the pass. Glacier lake can be seen .when you reach to the top of Larke la , colorful prayer flags are flapping in the wind. The view to the west is wide open. After crossing the pass trail descends all the way to Bhimthan.


Day-17 : Bhimthan to Tilje(3300m) The trail gets easier. It start with a gentle climb through paddy fields towards the small Karcha La pass and descends through fir tree and rhododendron forests to Tilje.

Day-18 : Tilje to Syamje(1350m) The trail continues down hill and steepest gorge of the Marshandi river


Day-19 : Syamje to Bhulbule; Trail continues in the bank of Marshandi river


Day- 20 : Bhulbule to Besisahar Besisahar to Kathmandu by bus (7 hours) Day-22 Free day to explore Kathmandu valley


Day- 21 : Depart Kathmandu You will be transferred to the airport for your final departure from Kathmandu. Breakfast included.