Manaslu Circuit Trekking - 15 days

Duration: 15 Days   |   Based on 3 Reviews
  • Destination: Nepal
  • Trip Difficulty: Strenuous
  • Style: Trekking and Tour
  • Transportation: Private Vehicle/Tourist Bus
  • Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
  • Accommodation: Trekkers Hut
  • Group Size: 2 to 20
  • Max Altitude: 5160m

Manaslu Circuit Trekking is an exciting 15-day trek around Manaslu Region (8,163 m), The 8th highest peak in the world. This trek is one of the most beautiful and spectacular Manaslu treks in the region, taking you past pristine landscapes, stunning waterfalls, and stunning views of some of the world’s highest peaks. It also offers a unique cultural experience, taking you through vibrant villages and Buddhist monasteries.

Despite its stunning beauty and remote location, the Manaslu Circuit Trek is still much less crowded than other more popular trekking routes, such as Everest Base Camp and the Annapurna Circuit. It’s definitely worth the extra effort to get there as there are still only a fraction of the trekkers you’ll find in more well-known treks.

The trailhead to Manaslu Circuit is easily accessible by land and doesn’t need any domestic flights. We’ll travel along the Budi Gandaki, a long and deep stream that will give you spectacular views of the surrounding landscape as you cross many suspension bridges. 

You’ll also be able to enjoy a unique cultural experience as you traverse through the vibrant villages, interact with the locals, and explore the many Buddhist monasteries. As an added bonus, there are teahouses at daily stages, so trekkers don’t need to worry about bringing tents or food. This makes the trek more accessible and affordable than other similar treks. 

Manaslu Circuit Trek promises an unforgettable experience for both new and experienced trekkers. It’s a great opportunity to connect with nature and explore the untouched beauty of the Himalayas. From the gorgeous scenery to the remote wilderness and from the friendly locals to the incredible summit, of Manaslu, this trek will be an unforgettable journey.

Summary of Manaslu Circuit Trekking

Each day of trekking promises a unique experience as we traverse through stunning landscapes and witness the beauty of nature. Whether it's the lush forests, roaring rivers, or the spectacular views of the mighty Manaslu Mountain, you're sure to be in awe of the region's majestic beauty. With the help of our experienced and knowledgeable guide, we will make our way through the Manaslu region, exploring the villages and trying out the local cuisine. 

Mainly during the trek, you will be staying at the local teahouses operated by the local communities along the trek. Manaslu Circuit Trek Accommodation is pretty basic in service but very convenient. These teahouses have a common place for dining and relaxing, which is a great place to stay warm around the fire at night.

As for food and accommodations, While you are at the lower elevation, you can typically find a single room with an attached bathroom and hot shower. As you ascend, the level of service and amenities decreases. You can expect a single room with an attached bathroom at lower altitudes. The room will have two single beds, a mattress, a pillow, and a cozy blanket. These lower altitudes offer hot showers, electricity, western-style commode toilets, and Wi-Fi. You can also choose between single, double, or dorm-style rooms.

As you ascend higher, you will have to settle for twin-sharing rooms with basic Asian-style squat toilets. In peak trekking season, you may even find yourself sleeping in the dining room due to overcrowding. In some cases, even basic facilities like electricity might require you to pay a fee. Wi-Fi is usually available throughout the trek, but it may be unreliable. Also, Mobile networks may not be available at higher altitudes.

Moreover, you can expect to find various food items on the trek. From the staple rice, lentils, and vegetable curry to western spaghetti, pizza, and other snacks like biscuits, chocolate, and instant noodles, you’ll have plenty of options to choose from. 

The good news is that meat is not forbidden at high altitudes, though we strongly advise against it. Since meat is high in protein, it is difficult to digest and can affect your energy levels, adversely affecting your performance. Therefore, trekkers should stick to vegetarian meals to maintain their energy levels.

It is also important to remember that the digestion of food is slower at high altitudes, so it is best to stick to light meals and snacks that are easy to digest. This includes foods like crackers, nuts, and fruits. Additionally, try to stay hydrated by drinking lots of fluids, as this can help to improve digestion and support your performance.

What To Expect From a Manaslu Circuit Trekking

On the Manaslu Circuit Trekking, you’ll be able to experience many unique sights and experiences. You’ll be surrounded by some of the highest mountains on earth. 

Additionally, you’ll witness the stunning panorama view of Sringi Himal (7,165m), Hiunchuli (6,441m), Ganesh Himal (7,422m), and Manaslu (8,163m). And to top it off, we can also come close to wildlife as the area is home to musk deer, snow leopards, red pandas, and other wild species.

The locals we meet throughout the journey are descendants of native Tibetans who have been living there since the 1600s. Spending time with these locals will give you an insight into their culture, language, and dress, similar to those found in Tibet. There is a certain charm and beauty in their traditional way of life that has remained unchanged for hundreds of years.

The final highlight of the trek is crossing the high and windy Larkya La Pass (5,100 meters). Here, you get to witness some of the most magnificent views of the Himalayas. The journey to the La pass is a tough but rewarding one that tests your physical strength and endurance.

The Manaslu Circuit Trek is also a popular destination for trekkers looking to take on a challenging trek. The routes range from moderate to difficult, so trekkers of all skill levels can enjoy the experience. The trek also passes through some of the most pristine and beautiful mountain passes in the Himalayas, so the views will be breathtaking.

The Manaslu Circuit Trek is a trek you won’t forget. With its stunning scenery, unique wildlife, fascinating culture, and challenging routes, this trek is something that every avid adventurer should experience at least once in their lifetime.

Manaslu Circuit Trek Difficulty

The Manaslu Circuit Trek is one of the most challenging and rewarding trekking adventures in the world. It is a multi-day trek that takes you through the remote regions of the Manaslu Conservation Area, home to the famous 8th-highest mountain in the world, Mt. Manaslu.

The trek is known for its difficulty and the challenges it presents to trekkers. The route follows a high-altitude trail and passes through steep valleys, high passes, and remote villages. The altitude can range from as low as 700m to as high as 5,300m, with significant elevation gains and losses throughout the trek.

Routes, Foods, Accommodation, And Map To Manaslu Circuit Trek

Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu & Transfer You To Hotels

Welcome to Kathmandu! Upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, you will be warmly welcomed with our traditional Khata and Tika, symbolic of hospitality and good luck in Nepal. After this, we will transfer you to your hotel, allowing you to rest and gather yourself after your long journey. 

Day 2: Rest & Preperation Day in Kathmandu

We'll spend our second day in Kathmandu getting everything ready for our trek. This includes preparing in detail for the permits and documents required for the trek.

Kathmandu is the perfect place to explore Nepalese culture and its vibrant people as you prepare for your journey. From the bustling streets of Thamel to the historical sites of Bhaktapur, Kathmandu will give you an insight into Nepalese culture and culture. There are many monasteries in the city, including Pashupatinath Temple, Ancient royal palace, and Bhaktapur Durbar Square. You can rest up after a busy day touring through the city in one of the many souvenir shops or cozy cafes lining up throughout it.

Day 3: Kathmandu To Sotikhola

Our first day of the trek will start with a drive from Kathmandu to Sotikhola by jeep, taking us through both the highway and off-road. We will pass through the scenic Dhadingbesi and have the opportunity to make a stop at a local restaurant for some delicious Daal Bhat, noodle soup, or fried noodles.

Day 4: Sotikhola To Machhakhola

We will begin our trek on our second day after a hearty breakfast. We will cross the suspension bridge and enter the lush saal forest, following the ridge above the high rapids of the Budi Gandaki River. Then, we will take on the rocky cliff trail as we make our way toward Lapubeshi, stopping to admire the waterfalls along the way. Our trail will then take us to Maccha Khola, where we will sleep and rest for the night.

Day 5: Machhakhola To Jagat

After a hearty breakfast, we continue our journey following the narrow trails that take us up and down through the mountains. After crossing the Tharo Khola, we reach the village of Khorlabesi. We then continue our ascent, climbing more trails before reaching Tatopani. This is where we get the chance to take a quick dip in a hot spring, providing a refreshing break to our journey.

Following this, we will cross a suspension bridge over the Budi Gandaki and continue on to Jagat, where we will stay the night.

Day 6: Jagat To Deng

Here, the trail continues uphill to Salleri, a rocky ridge. This is where we start to descend towards Setibas before crossing a suspension bridge and reaching Philim, a large Gurung village

We then cross the Budi Gandaki again, travel along the west bank, where the valley widens, and pass through bamboo forests. We finally reach the Deng Khola and cross it to get to the small village of Deng.

Day 7: Deng To Namrung

Our plan for today is to reach Namrung, and by the end of our 5th day, we will reach a maximum altitude of 2630m. After breakfast in the morning, we will cross the Budi Gandaki after a short walk from Deng, then climb to Rana at 1980 meters on the north bank. We will then travel west along the Budi Gandaki valley, then cross several streams and rivers before reaching the Sringi valley.

We pass many mani walls as we make our way up and down the forests, before reaching the Prok village. From here, we can appreciate the stunning view of the Siring Himal. We cross the river multiple times and come across monasteries along the way. After a few more ups and downs, and a final steep ascent, we eventually reach the village of Namrung.

The view from here is truly breathtaking, and it's a great reward for all our hard work. We take the time to appreciate the beauty surrounding us before we set up camp for the night and rest for our next journey.

Day 8: Namrung To Samagaon

The 6th day of our adventure starts off on a calm yet exciting note by enjoying a hearty breakfast while watching the incredible views of the Himalayas. We will be rewarded with the mesmerizing sights of Mt Ganesh Himal (7,422m), Mt Siringi (6192m), and Mt Himal Chuli

We will then continue the day’s journey to Lihi village, where we can observe many Chortens and beautiful barley terrace fields. As we move further along, we will pass through the Lho and Shyala villages. From Lho, we can take in a spectacular view of Mt Manasalu. On our way to Samagaon, we can observe glaciers and other mountains. 

Day 9: Rest and acclimatization at Samagaon.

Today is our rest and acclimatization day, where we’ll spend the day exploring Samagaon. As we walk around the village and visit the monastery, we will get a chance to see the unique culture and beauty of the Sherpa people. We can explore further by hiking to Birendra Lake or Manaslu Basecamp or by hiking to Pungen Gumpa for panoramic views of the mountains and the village. 

Day 10: Samagaon to Samdo.

Today, we are exploring the beautiful and breathtaking trail from Samagaon to Samdo. This trek will take us 5 hours, and the trail drops down to the mighty Budi Gandaki River, offering us a spectacular view. 

Along this route, we will come across many Mani walls, forests of juniper and birch trees, and many rock arch formations. Crossing over a wooden bridge, we will be able to see a huge white Kani. To get to Samdo and complete the 5 hours of trek, we must cross this Kani.

If you have an extra day that you would like to explore, we can take a detour from the Samdo trek and hike to the Tibet Border. This would be a great opportunity to learn more about the local customs and cultures of the regions in Tibet. After a full day of exploration, we can return to Samdo to rest in the small village and enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the Himalayan range with the majestic Larkya La Mountains.

Day 11: Samdo to Dharamshala or Larkya la B.C.

On day 9, we’ll make our way down to the Larkya Phedi, otherwise known as Dharmasala, where we will be able to take a rest stop and admire the large stone structures. Here we will be able to take some time to explore the area, relax, and take in the beauty of the Himalayas. As we are about to spend the night at the Larkya's rest house, we will do some acclimatization walks around the hill for our bodies to adjust to the altitude and prepare for our trek the following day.

Day 12: Larkya la B.C. to Bhimthang via Larkya pass

On our route today, we are on our toughest and longest day of trekking: a 9-hour-longer trek from Larkya La Base Camp (BC) to Bhimthang (3720m).

Our trek begins with a short climb up the north side of the Larkya glacier after breakfast, where we will encounter some rugged moraines. As we ascend, our route is steep and difficult until we reach the top of the pass, where we can view Himlung Himal, Cheo Himal, Kanguru, and Annapurna II from the top.

Finally, after a long and challenging day, we will arrive at Bhimthang. After a great journey, we’ll celebrate with hot tea and reflect on it. We will appreciate the opportunity to see the incredible views, take some incredible pictures, and make some great memories while there.

Day 13: Bhimthang to Dharapani
Our trek from Bhimthang to Dharapani begins on Day 11 of our journey, and this will be an 8-hour journey filled with incredible views and beautiful landscapes as we head along our trails. 

As we descend into the rhododendron forest, we are rewarded with spectacular views of Manaslu, Annapurna, and a few other mountains. We will also reach Karche, the highest cultivated land in the valley at 2785m. 

The trail continues through the fields, crosses a stream, and passes through the houses and fields with rhododendron and oak forests until we reach Tilje. 

Next, we will make our way to the Dharapani Annapurna circuit section, which is known for its rugged terrain and numerous ascents and descents. The Annapurna circuit trek is also the most popular, so you can experience some more challenging terrain along the way. 

Day 14: Dharapani to Besisahar to Kathmandu or Pokhara

Today is our final day at the Manaslu Circuit trek. All of the hard work and fun times of this past week have ended, but the memories of our journey are sure to remain with us for years to come.

We will take a local sharing jeep from Besisahar to Kathmandu or Pokhara, which will take approximately 8 hours. On the way, we will enjoy the stunning mountain views and relive the amazing journey we just completed. From the peaceful moments of the forests to the vibrant villages and towns, we can marvel at the beauty of this place.

After arriving in Kathmandu or Pokhara, we will say our goodbyes and move on to our hotels to rest and enjoy all the comforts they have to offer. 

Day 15: Departure to Your Country

After an amazing and memorable Manaslu Trek, it is time to depart and return to your country. You have the opportunity to reflect on the wonderful treks and all the wonderful moments of the tour. Additionally, you can also book more treks with us throughout Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet. So don't hesitate to book your next trek and explore more of the beautiful country of Nepal.

Best Time To Visit Manaslu Circuit Trek

The Manaslu Circuit Trek is renowned as one of the best trekking circuits in Nepal and provides a thrilling introduction to high-elevation trekking. This circuit can be successfully completed during all four seasons, but spring and autumn are the best times to trek it.

These seasons provide excellent weather, visibility for trekking, and the best scenery in the region. You’ll be able to see the majestic Manaslu at its best from a distance and an abundance of wildlife and vegetation. Plus, if you’re lucky, you may even catch a glimpse of some of the rare species that inhabit the area. 

Of course, if you’re more of an adventurer and don’t mind the cold, you can trek the Manaslu circuit during, winter. From mid-December to mid-January, the clear skies provide a beautiful view of the mountains, and the snow adds to the visual beauty of the trek. 



  • Awe-inspiring natural views of the Himalayas.
  • The trail follows the Budhi Gandaki, a long, deep river gorge with a suspension bridge.
  • Friendliness, and rich culture of the region, including Nepalese and Tibetans.
  • Larky La Pass (5167 meters), is the highest point on the trek.
  • Stunning view of the world's highest peaks: Manaslu, Himlung, Annapurna II.
  • A wide variety of wildlife, such as Tahr, Agali, Pika, and Himalayan Marmots.

Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01 Arrive in Kathmandu & Transfer You To Hotels

    As you arrive in Kathmandu, you’ll be greeted with a warm welcome at Tribhuvan International Airport. Our team will present you with a traditional Khata and Tika, which symbolizes hospitality and good luck in Nepal. This is the perfect way to start your journey in this beautiful country.

    The journey from the airport to your hotel is an exciting one. As you drive through Kathmandu’s streets, you’ll be able to get your first glimpse of all that this city has to offer, such as ancient temples, vibrant markets, and friendly locals. The sights and sounds of this bustling city are sure to leave you feeling overwhelmed and excited at the same time.

    Once you arrive at your hotel, you can take some time to rest and relax. Depending on the time of day, you may be able to grab a bite to eat at the hotel or explore the local area. Alternatively, you can always head out to one of the many restaurants, bars, and cafes that line the streets of Kathmandu. 

    • Max. Altitude: 1320m
    • Accommodation: Hotel
    • Food: Lunch, Dinner
    • Place: Kathmandu
  • Day 02 Rest & Preperation Day in Kathmandu

    We will be spending the entire day resting and preparing for our trek. Today is the perfect time to ensure all of the necessary paperwork, permits, and documents are ready. 

    At the same time, we can also spend some time exploring the rich culture and lively people of Kathmandu. From the bustling streets of Thamel to the ancient temples ofPashupatinath, Kathmandu will give you an insight into the Nepalese culture. Bhaktapur Durbar Square and the Ancient Royal Palace are also a must-see if you're looking to get an in-depth exploration of the city.

    After a long day of sightseeing and preparing for the trek, take some time to relax in one of the cozy cafes or souvenir shops that line up throughout the city. Enjoy a cup of tea, catch up on some reading, or just let your mind wander. This is the perfect opportunity to take in the sights and sounds of Kathmandu one last time before heading off on our journey!

    • Max. Altitude: 1320m
    • Accommodation: Hotel
    • Food: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
    • Place: Kathmandu
  • Day 03 Drive from Kathmandu to Sotikhola - 7 hours.

    Today marks the start of our first day of trekking, beginning with a long drive by jeep to Sotikhola from Kathmandu. Along the way, we will have plenty of opportunities to admire the captivating scenery of the snow-capped mountains and lush green Kathmandu valleys. We will also drive through small villages and towns, giving us a unique insight into the local lifestyle.

    To keep us fuelled and energized, we will stop off at a local restaurant for lunch, where we can enjoy a delicious meal of Daal Bhat, noodle soup, or fried noodles. This will give us a chance to sample traditional Nepali cuisine and to get to know the friendly locals. 

    • Max. Altitude: 620m
    • Accommodation: Teahouse
    • Food: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Place: Sotikhola
  • Day 04 Trek from Sotikhola to Machhakhola - 6 hours

    Our trek begins with a short walk across a suspension bridge, followed by a scenic climb through the saal forest and onto a ridge above the Budhi Gandaki River. In this area, we can enjoy the river's high rapids and the scenic cliff trail to Lapubeshi, where we'll pass several waterfalls.

    Finally, after trekking for 6 hours, you will reach the Machha Khola River. This is the end of your trek and you can take a moment to sit back and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Then it’s time to head back to the village of Machhakhola, where you can enjoy a hot meal and get a good night’s rest.

    • Max. Altitude: 900m
    • Accommodation: Teahouse
    • Food: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Place: Machhakhola
  • Day 05 Trek from Machhakhola to Jagat - 7 hours.

    Today, we are embarking on a trek that will take us from Machhakhola to Jagat, a 7-hour journey.

    We will start with a hearty breakfast to fuel the journey ahead. The trails are quite narrow and make for some steep up-and-down inclines, but don’t worry, we will take it slow and enjoy the views along the way.

    The first stop on our journey is Tharo Khola and upon crossing will take us to Khorlabesi. After that, the trail will take us up and down for some time until we reach Tatopani, a hot spring that is perfect for a quick bath.

    After that, we will make our way to the left bank of the Budhi Gandaki River, crossing the suspension bridge over it. We will then follow the trails until we reach our final destination, Jagat. 

    • Max. Altitude: 1410m
    • Accommodation: Teahouse
    • Food: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Day 06 Trek from Jagat to Deng - 7 hours.

    Our day begins with a steep and rocky climb up the hillside of Salleri. After the strenuous uphill climb, we descend down the valley to Setibas. The valley takes us to a beautiful suspension bridge and then up the hill to Philim, a big Gurung village. We cross the Budhi Gandaki and continue through the trail. The further we go, the more the valley widens and we pass through bambooforests on our way to the Deng Khola.

    Our next stop after crossing the Deng Khola is the tiny village of Deng. Deng is a beautiful valley that is a great place to rest and relax before continuing our journey into the heart of the Himalayan mountains.

    • Max. Altitude: 1804m
    • Accommodation: Teahouse
    • Food: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Place: Deng
  • Day 07 Trek from Deng to Namrung - 7 hours.

    After morning breakfast we cross the Budhi Gandaki after a short walk from Deng and follow the north bank and then climb to Rana at 1980m. Then head west up the Budhi Gandaki valley. Crossing various streams and rivers we drop into the Sringi Valley.

    After a few ups and downs in forests by passing many mani walls. Then we head to Prok village from where we could see the stunning view of Siringi Himal. We cross the River many times with monasteries on route. After a few up and down and at the end steep up we arrive at Namrung.

    • Max. Altitude: 2630m
    • Accommodation: Teahouse
    • Food: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Place: Namrung
  • Day 08 Trek from Namrung to Samagaon - 7 hours.

    Today, we will embark on a 7-hour trek from Namrung to Samagaon. This trek promises to be unforgettable as stunning views and breathtaking landscapes will surround us.

    We will start our trek from Namrung, where we can get ready for the stunning view of Mount Ganesh Himal, Mount Siringi, and Mount Himchuli in the south. After this, we will climb up and pass through the forest to get to Lihi, where we can observe beautiful terrace fields.

    The scenery will not stop there. As we walk through Lho and Shyala villages, we can enjoy the picturesque view of Mt. Manasalu. Moving further on, we will reach Samagaon, where we can see Glaciers and other majestic mountains.

    • Max. Altitude: 3530m
    • Accommodation: Teahouse
    • Food: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Place: Samagaon
  • Day 09 Rest and acclimatization at Samagaon.

    Today marks the 9th day of our trek to Manaslu. We have spent the last few days winding our way through the terraced fields and hills of the Manaslu region of Nepal.

    Our day is dedicated to rest and acclimatization. After exploring the surrounding areas of our campsite and the nearby villages, today we will indulge ourselves in the Sherpa culture of Samagaon. To begin with, we will take a stroll around the village and visit the monastery located here. This is a Buddhist monastery with a rich cultural heritage. Here, we will be able to get a glimpse of the cultural practices of the locals.

    The afternoon is specially reserved for hiking. We will make our way up the ridge to witness some of the most incredible mountains and village views. Depending on the group’s preference, we will either make our way to Birendra Lake/Manaslu Base camp or PungenGumpa. Both these trails offer some of the best views of the region. They are also great for acclimatization and getting used to the high altitude.

    • Max. Altitude: 3530m
    • Accommodation: Teahouse
    • Food: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Place: Samagaon
  • Day 10 Trek from Samagaon to Samdo - 5 hours.

    From Samagaon, we will follow the Budhi Gandaki River north along the trail. While passing several Mani Walls, you will also see the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas in the distance, as well as view the stunning valley views.

    The trek gradually ascends to the Larkya La Trail, which takes you over a wooden bridge and onto a promontory between two forks of the river. Here, you can take a break and admire the magnificent Kani, a large white structure that marks the entrance to the Tibetan border.

    At the end of the trek, you'll reach the picturesque village of Samdo, where you can rest and enjoy the local culture and hospitality. There are also plenty of opportunities to explore the area further, with hikes to the Tibet border or to the nearby peaks.

    • Max. Altitude: 3860m
    • Accommodation: Teahouse
    • Food: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Place: Samdo
  • Day 11 Trek from Samdo to Dharamshala or Larkya la B.C. - 5 hours.

    The following morning, we'll be embarking on a five hour trek from Samdo to Dharamshala or Larkya La Base Camp. Although the journey may seem daunting, the journey will be full of breathtaking views of the mountains and fresh air.

    Our trek begins by crossing the Budhi Gandaki River through a wooden bridge. Upon crossing the bridge, we will be greeted by a lush valley and a mountain range, followed by the LarkyaPhedi, also known as the Dharmasala for its huge stones and shelter.

    We can also take a stroll around the Larkya Phedi to acclimatize to the mountain and also enjoy the beautiful views around. This is the perfect place to take in some of the most breathtaking views of the magnificent Himalayas. 

    • Max. Altitude: 4460m
    • Accommodation: Teahouse
    • Food: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Place: Dharamshala
  • Day 12 Trek from Larkya la B.C. to Bhimthang (3720m) via Larkya pass (5160m) - 9 hours.

    Today is the big and tough day of trekking. After a short climb, we reach the north side of the Larkya glacier. We walk across the moraines of the glacier and a gradual ascent which becomes steeper only in the last section to get to the pass.

    From the top of the pass, we can see gorgeous views of Himlung Himal, Cheo Himal,Kangguru, and the huge Annapurna II. From the pass we steeply all the way down to Bhimthang.

    • Max. Altitude: 5160m
    • Accommodation: Teahouse
    • Food: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Place: Bhimthang
  • Day 13 Trek from Bhimthang to Dharapani - 8 hours.

    The trail descends into a rhododendron forest towards a narrow valley until we reach the highest cultivated land in this valley at Karche (2785m). On the way, one can enjoy the view of Manaslu, Annapurna, and many more mountains. From here, we cross a slide, then cross fields before climbing over a ridge.

    The trail continues through the fields, over a stream, passing through the houses and fields interspersed with rhododendron and oak forests to Tilje. Then we walk further to the Dharapani Annapurna circuit section.

    • Max. Altitude: 1963m
    • Accommodation: Teahouse
    • Food: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Place: Dharapani
  • Day 14 Drive from Dharapani to Besisahar to Kathmandu or Pokhara - 8 hours.

    After trekking for weeks through the amazing Region of Nepal, we're finally on our way home in a local sharing jeep after our incredible journey ends today. We will either take a vehicle to Kathmandu or Pokhara from here, which will take around 8 hours.

    The memories of this trek will stay with us for a long time to come. The sights, the sounds, and the company of our fellow adventurers all played a part in creating this unforgettable experience. 

    • Max. Altitude: 1340m
    • Accommodation: Tea House
    • Food: Breakfast
    • Place: Kathmandu/Pokhara
  • Day 15 Departure To Your Country

    It is time to return home from your magical Manaslu Trek with a bag full of memories and experiences that you gained throughout the trek. Leaving the beauty of Nepal behind is a bittersweet feeling.

    It has been an incredible journey and the memories of this trek will stay with you for a long time. As you make your way back home, you can reflect on the wonderful sights and experiences you have had on the trek.

    So, although it is time to say goodbye, remember that you can always come back to this spectacular country of Nepal with more exciting treks. We have treks available throughout Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet, and we hope that you come back to explore more of the hidden gems of this beautiful region. So don't hesitate to book your next trek and explore more of the beauty that Nepal has to offer! 


    • All transportation by private vehicle including Airport transfers.
    • Three daily meals with a cup of tea/coffee (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) during the trek.
    • The best available tea houses lodge during the trek.
    • A highly Experienced professional trekking guide and porters (1 porter for 2 pax) with their food, accommodation, salary and insurance.
    • Sleeping bag and duffel bag (to be returned).
    • Trekking map for a group and trekking achievement certificate.
    • First aid medical Kit.
    • All required special permits and permit for trekking.
    • Government tax/vat and office service charge.
    • International Airfare.
    • Personal insurance.
    • Major foods (Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu).
    • Nepal entry visa fee is 15 days 30$, 30 days 50$, and 90 days 120$.
    • Soft drinks, hard drinks, and drinking water.
    • Kathmandu city tours with an experienced tour guide and a vehicle.
    • Entry fees of Kathmandu world heritage sites.
    • Three nights’ accommodation with breakfast at a 2-3 star category hotel in Kathmandu.
    • Personal trekking equipment and expenses.
    • Hot shower, Battery charge, and Wi-Fi during the trekking period.
    • Tips and gratitude for the staff.
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