Price $1890

USD 1550

Trip Duration

15 Days

Trip Grade

Moderate To Strenuous

Highest Altitude

Larkya La Pass (5,106 m)

Accommodation

Teahouse / Hotel / Guesthouse

Transportation

Overland

Group Size

2-15 max

Best Season

Spring (Mar-May ) & Autumn (Sep-Dec)

Manaslu Circuit Trek – 15 Days Brief Insight

Nepal’s northern Himalayan region, the Manaslu Region, offers some of the most breathtaking trekking experiences the nation has to offer. A prominent trip that is easily overlooked is the Manaslu Circuit. Nestled between the Annapurnas and the Ganesh Himal, this breathtaking path is sometimes eclipsed by its more well-known cousin, the Annapurna Circuit.

The Sanskrit word “Manasa,” which means “Intellect” or “Soul,” is the source of the word “Manaslu.” This region was first made accessible to trekkers in 1992, and because it’s a physically challenging walk, not many people go there, giving it a distinct “pioneer” atmosphere.

The Manaslu region is a prohibited area that needs many permits to enter. As a result, this valley has maintained its cultural character and is not swamped by crowds of trekkers. Travelling through Tibetan-style villages along historic paths that were formerly a route for exchanging salt with Tibet is like travelling back in time.

The trek will pass through woods, lowland farming areas with rice fields that seem to be carved easily into the slope, and the Budhi Gandaki Gorge, where crystal-clear streams scream by. Trekkers can enjoy traditional meals and local hospitality by staying at teahouses along the trail.

As one ascends farther into the mountains, it is evident how dominant Tibetan culture is in the Tsum Valley. Sending up good thoughts and wishes to the skies, pass by mani walls, prayer wheels, chortens, and Tibetan flags floating in the breeze. The Manaslu Conservation Area, which is home to the endangered snow leopard, also lies in this region.

You may have an incredible trekking experience by combining this with imposing glaciated peaks that soar to over 8000 meters. The spectacular views of Manaslu almost make up for the altitude here, which is an issue. Larkya La Pass, at 5,106 meters/16,751 feet, is typically slippery and coated with snow.

Highlights of Manaslu Circuit Trek – 15 Days

  • Views of some of the highest peaks in the world, such as Mt. Annapurna II, Lamjung Himal, and Manaslu Mountain 
  • A grasp of Buddhist and Hindu cultures
  • The Manaslu region’s breathtakingly beautiful woods, rivers, and vegetation
  • Traveling across the 5106-meter-high, rocky Larkye La Pass
  • The potential to see untamed, endangered wildlife like snow leopards
  • Trek through the canyon of the Budhi Gandaki River
  • Opportunity to add on the Tsum Valley side trip to explore the isolated Tsum Valley

Detailed Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,400 m / 4,593 ft), Tribhuvan International Airport

Meals :

Breakfast

As you enter the stunning landlocked nation of Nepal, you are greeted with a breathtaking view of the Himalayas and enormous mountains. You land at Tribhuvan International Airport following a lengthy trip from your hometown. Our representative will receive you at the airport.

You’re going to travel to your lodging. You can relax and get ready for your journey there. You may also go on a quick tour and see the well-known Thamel streets. In the evening, you can unwind and make travel plans for the following day.

Day 02: Trek Preparation/Sightseeing Tour inside Kathmandu Valley

Meals :

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

The day begins by visiting some culturally rich UNESCO World Heritage sites around the Kathmandu Valley. We first explore the complex wood and stone architecture of Kathmandu Durbar Square.

We then visit the iconic Buddhist stupa of Boudhanath, followed by Swayambhunath, an ancient complex of shrines and temples set atop a hill. We also spend some reflective moments amongst the cremation ghats beside the sacred Bagmati river at Pashupatinath temple.

Post-sightseeing, we engage in last-minute preparation for the trek, buying any missing gear with help from our guide.

Kathmandu is also famous for its nightlife – so if you have the energy, go clubbing at the many bars and pubs in the busy Thamel district. We spend the night at a comfortable 3-star hotel in Kathmandu, gearing up for the Manaslu adventure ahead!

Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu (1,400 m / 4,593 ft) to Machha Khola (900 m / 2,952 ft), 9 hrs

Trek Distance :

160 Km

Highest Altitude :

Machha Khola (900 m / 2,952 ft)

Trek Duration :

9 hrs

Meals :

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

You will take a drive from Kathmandu to Machhakhola to start the trip. To reach your starting site for your trek, you will travel through various mountainous terrain today. To begin with, you will travel directly to Maccha Khola from Gongabu Bus Park in Kathmandu between 6 and 8 a.m.

By public bus, it takes 8 to 9 hours to go to Maccha Khola; by private jeep, it takes 7 to 8 hours. On the route, the bus will stop for lunch and a bathroom break. If you want to upgrade to a private Jeep, you can stop wherever for lunch or a bathroom break.

This journey offers diverse views of hills, rivers, rice farm settings, and communities. The Gorkha district in mid-west Nepal is home to the Machh Khola. The route travels through several agricultural villages and towns, passing into warmer climates and following the Trisuli and Budi Gandakii rivers.

Day 04: Trek from Machha Khola (900 m / 2,952 ft) To Jagat (1,340 m/4,395 ft), 7-8 hrs

Trek Distance :

22 Km

Highest Altitude :

Jagat (1,340 m/4,395 ft)

Trek Duration :

7-8 hrs

Meals :

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Your journey to Jagat will commence from Maccha Khola. You will continue your trek on a gradually ascending track after breakfast. You will begin your trek on the Budi Gandaki River’s bank as you cross the winding road. As you join the woodland route, a lot of langurs and monkeys will be seen.

You will be heading to the Gurung settlements, such as lower Khorlabeshi, after leaving the jungle. You will reach Tatopani, a natural hot spring, by following the route. This is where the difficult path begins on the trail. After there, the route winds through a forest to Doban, from where you may go down to the Budhi Gandaki River, which lies above the settlement.

After that, you will cross a suspension bridge and go toward Lauri. The name Jagat, a historic rural hamlet, comes from the Sanskrit word for “consciousness.” The 2015 April earthquake caused significant damage to the hamlet community.

Day 05: Trek from Jagat (1,340 m/4,395 ft) To Deng (2,095 m/6,871 ft), 8-9 hrs

Trek Distance :

20 Km

Highest Altitude :

Deng (2,095 m/6,871 ft)

Trek Duration :

8-9 hrs

Meals :

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

You will trek to Salleri and then descend to Sirdibas the next day. There are many gompas and Buddhist prayer flags around the village to greet you. You will have your permits examined at Phillim, after which you will follow the river’s western bank.

The route then travels through a number of locations before arriving at riverbanks, where stunning natural scenery may be seen. You pass through Himalayan pine, rhododendron woods, and overhanging boulders atop towering peaks. These highlights enhance the trail.

As you continue, you pass the Siyar Khola bridge and come to an intersection where the route splits off from Tsum Valley to the right. The routes take you to Deng, where the snow-capped mountains are best viewed.

The cultural landscapes of the area, as well as the customs and way of life of the locals, will be explored by you. Before bed, you may spend the evenings with other trekkers and residents around the fireplace, sharing your experiences.

Day 06: Trek from Deng (2,095 m/6,871 ft) To Namrung (2,900 m/9,512 ft), 7-8 hrs

Trek Distance :

19.5 Km

Highest Altitude :

Namrung (2,900 m/9,512 ft)

Trek Duration :

7-8 hrs

Meals :

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

You will have breakfast and begin the day’s trek once the sun rises. You’ll ascend to Rana and Bihi Phedi through a suspension bridge. White-faced monkeys travel the path, stopping at settlements for free food.

You may reach basalt walls via certain narrow paths. As you go through the wheat fields and maze, you will come upon a few little waterfalls. The valley is widened by the northeastern paths, which cross a picturesque river via a suspension bridge. The path then passes through many landslide zones on its way to Ghap. You have to walk with additional caution at this point.

After passing through a vibrant forest of firs, oaks, and rhododendrons, you will reach Namrung village. Upper Nupri may be accessed through this amazing Tibetan village. Tibetan culture has had a considerable effect on the local way of life from the different landmarks such as chortens and Mani walls.

Day 07: Trek from Namrung (2,900 m/9,512 ft) to Lho Gaun (3,180 m/10,430 ft), 4-5 hrs

Trek Distance :

10.5 Km

Highest Altitude :

Lho Gaun (3,180 m/10,430 ft)

Trek Duration :

4-5 hrs

Meals :

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast, you resume your journey with the intention of arriving at Lho. You will begin the day by observing the Nubri people’s way of life. You will pass through Banjam, past cottages, verdant terraces, and many mani walls before entering the woodland of fir, rhododendron, and oak, and then ascend to Lihi and Sho.

Along with offering breathtaking vistas of snow-capped peaks like Peak 29 and Mount Manaslu, the trek also offers up-close views of the glacier from the lateral moraine. The Kani (gate arches) that you cross before Sho have some beautiful paintings in them. You will eventually arrive in Lho after making your way across the rugged hillside paths.

In the small community of Lho, there is a sizable Gompa where over 150 kids learn Buddhist philosophy and elementary schooling. The breathtaking vistas are accessible from the vantage point above Gompas, and climbing to every peak is unnecessary.

Day 08: Trek from Lho Gaun (3,180 m/10,430 ft) to Samagaon (3,520 m/11,550 ft), 4-5 hrs

Trek Distance :

8.1 Km

Highest Altitude :

Samagaon (3,520 m/11,550 ft)

Trek Duration :

4-5 hrs

Meals :

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

When you wake up the following morning, Mt. Manaslu’s breathtaking panorama will greet you. You will traverse the gentle path to Shyala, traversing through mossy pine and rhododendron gullies alongside a crystal-clear stream.

The Shyala hamlet features many wooden resting areas and is encircled by agricultural fields. There’s a moderate route that leads uphill to the Pungyen Gompa. You will trek to several locations along the path in order to reach Samagaon.

The large mountain settlement Samagaon is situated along the path that leads to the Tibet border, as well as to the Manaslu Base Camp and Larkya-la Pass.

Day 09: Acclimatization Day at Samagaun

Meals :

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

You acclimate to the thin air at Samagaon throughout the trek since you will have ascended to a higher height. Acclimatization to the treks does not entail idleness. But even on these days, you will wander for a while. You’ll stay in Samagaon and take in these breathtaking vistas.

You will also trek to Pungyen Gompa, which is east of the Nubra Valley, as part of an acclimatization trip. You must bring a packed lunch for this acclimatization hike. At the top, you’ll be treated to breathtaking views of Mount Manaslu. Many Yaks and Himalayan Thars may be seen grazing nearby.

After that, you may explore a number of monasteries in the area, such as Labrang Gompa and Kargya Chholing Monastery.

Day 10: Trek from Samagaon (3,520 m/11,550 ft) to Samdo (3,875 m/12,710 ft), 4-5 hrs

Trek Distance :

8 Km

Highest Altitude :

Samdo (3,875 m/12,710 ft)

Trek Duration :

4-5 hrs

Meals :

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

You will arrive at the more recent location, Samdo, on this fresh day. However, this is a short day trek because you have to go slowly due to the high altitude. A wide valley with tall mani walls and various birds may be seen, accompanied by lengthy yak pastures.

Along the base camp track, the trek starts with a descent towards Budhi Gandaki. After there, the route descends to a wooden bridge via juniper trees. After that, you’ll stroll through a variety of desolate areas while taking in breathtaking vistas of snow-capped mountains, including Siachen Glacier, Dharamsala, Manaslu, and Samdo Peak.

Prior to Lakrya La Pass, the Samdo village was the biggest, most picturesque, and tallest settlement, where you may investigate the habits, traditions, and culture of the area while taking in the breathtaking view of the Manaslu Himalayas from a monastery.

Day 11: Trek from Samdo (3,875 m/12,710 ft) To Dharmasala (4,460 m/14,630 ft), 4-5 hrs

Trek Distance :

11.5 Km

Highest Altitude :

Dharmasala (4,460 m/14,630 ft)

Trek Duration :

4-5 hrs

Meals :

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Another exciting day at the high altitude is here. Therefore, pay close attention to your body language. You will stroll gently across the rough terrain of the Manaslu area, taking in the picturesque vistas of the Himalayan range, until you arrive at Dharmasala.

After crossing the Athahra Saya River, you will stroll alongside the Larke River. The Mani walls and the prayer flags that are strung along the path to indicate how near the Larkya La Pass is will be visible to you.

Next is Larkya Glacier, which is breathtaking. You trek around Salkha Khola Valley and ascend again to reach the stone guest house while taking in the vista. The stone guest house, sometimes called Dharamsala or Larkya La Phedi, is a sort of communal dormitory rather than a lodge.

Day 12: Trek from Dharmasala to Bhimtang (3,590 m/11,750 ft) Via Larkya La Pass (5,106 m/16,750 ft), 8-9 hrs

Trek Distance :

24.5 Km

Highest Altitude :

Larkya La Pass (5,106 m/16,750 ft)

Trek Duration :

8-9 hrs

Meals :

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

You are in for a thrilling adventure when you travel around the Manaslu circuit and pass the 5,100-meter Larkya La Pass. You will depart from Dharamsala after an early breakfast because the trek will be lengthy.

After descending to a tiny lake, you first have to traverse a moraine. As you traverse a high grassy hill to the south, the route becomes undefined and uneven. From the pass, You may take in the breathtaking vistas of snow-capped mountains, such as Gyaji Kung, Cheo Himal, Kang Garu, Himlung Pyramid, and others.

After crossing the moraine once again, you slowly drop to a second grassy moraine at 4,450 meters. As you approach the vast meadow, the Mani walls, and the few cottages, signifying that you have arrived at Bhimtang, the valley starts to broaden.

Day 13: Trek from Bhimtang (3,590 m/11,750 ft) to Gho (2,515 m/8,250 ft), 6-7 hrs

Trek Distance :

19 Km

Highest Altitude :

Gho (2,515 m/8,250 ft)

Trek Duration :

6-7 hrs

Meals :

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Begin the day by getting up early for the mesmerizing sunrise view over mountains like Manaslu and Lamjung Himal. As you start the trek, the route follows the way down to wide pastures, ultimately leading to the Dudh Khola riverbed.

Hereafter, traverse a wooden bridge, making your way up, passing through terraced farmlands, and arrive at Gho.

Day 14: Trek to Tilije (2,300 m/7,546 ft) and Drive Back to Kathmandu, 1.5 hrs walk & 10 hrs drive

Trek Distance :

215 Km

Highest Altitude :

Tilije (2,300 m/7,546 ft)

Trek Duration :

1.5 hrs walk & 10 hrs drive

Meals :

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

This day ends the Manaslu Circuit Trek with a walk to Tilije. Afterward, a local jeep will take you to Besisahar, and you can get on a private vehicle to reach Kathmandu.

Upon arriving, check-in at the hotel and freshen up to cope with the long drive. To celebrate your successful trek, you can rejoice by trying different cuisines or visiting cafes and bars to enjoy to the fullest.

Day 15: Final Departure

Meals :

Breakfast

Today is your final day in Nepal, a wonderful nation full of Himalayan beauty. Your voyage ends today, but the memories you create will endure a lifetime. You’ll be ready to say goodbye to a country that gave you an amazing opportunity to explore Manaslu Circuit.

On the way home, you’ll have plenty of time to plan your excursion and enjoy some of Nepal’s most spectacular mountain vistas.

What is included in Manaslu Circuit Trek – 15 Days

  • Airport pick up and drop by private vehicles (arrival and departure).
  • Transportation from Kathmandu – Sotikhola and from Darapani – Kathmandu on Public bus.
  • 2 Days Stays at 3-star Hotel in Kathmandu with Breakfast free (twin sharing basis).
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and dinner with tea/coffee during the trek.
  • Tea house accommodations with best twin sharing room during the trekking.
  • Friendly, Professional and experienced English-speaking guide.
  • One porter for the two trekkers.
  • Food, Accommodation, Salary, Equipment, Medicines, and insurance for guide and porter.
  • All the necessary permits and entrance fees during the trekking.
  • Manaslu Trekking Special permit fee.
  • Trekkers Information Management system (TIMS Fee).
  • Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP Fee).
  • Duffel bag and sleeping bag for trekking(on a return basis after the completion of trek.)
  • All the ground transportation including airport pick and transfer.
  • Trekking maps and Glorious Eco Trek Nepal appreciation certificate .
  • A medical kit is carried by our trekking guide/leader.
  • All the government taxes and operating charges.
  • Farewell dinner at the end of the trek.

What is Excluded

  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Personal Trekking gear
  • International airfare.
  • Private Travel Insurance and medical insurance.
  • Personal expenses (bottled water, shopping, snacks, boiled bottle water, and cold drinks, hot shower, alcohol, Wi-Fi, etc. during the trek).
  • Tips to porters and guides (giving by nature).
  • Extra beverage during the trek.
  • Additional Hotel stays services.
  • Visa Fees of Nepal.

Trip Map

Packing Lists for Manaslu Circuit Trek

Here is a list of a few items which you should carry during the Manaslu Circuit Trek to make it more comfortable:

Headwear

  • Warm hat or beanie
  • Sun hat or cap
  • Buff or neck gaiter

Accessories

  • Trekking poles
  • Headlamp with extra batteries
  • Water bottle or hydration bladder
  • Water purification tablets or filter
  • Snacks and energy bars
  • Trekking towel
  • Personal toiletries and medications
  • Sunscreen and lip balm with SPF
  • Insect repellent
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Travel adapter and charger for electronic devices
  • Trekking map and guidebook
  • Cash (Nepalese rupees) for purchases along the trail

Upper Body Wear

  • Thermal base layers (tops and bottoms)
  • Long-sleeved trekking shirts
  • Fleece jacket or sweater
  • Insulated down jacket
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket

Lower Body Wear

  • Trekking pants
  • Thermal base layers (bottoms)
  • Waterproof and windproof pants
  • Trekking shorts (optional)

Handwear

  • Lightweight gloves
  • Insulated gloves or mittens

Miscellaneous

  • sleeping bag (cold-weather rating)
  • Liner for sleeping bag (optional, but increases warmth and cleanliness)
  • Mattress or sleeping pad (optional, but enhances comfort)
  • First-aid kit 
  • Trekking permit and TIMS card
  • Passport and other required travel documents
  • Information on travel insurance
  • Extra memory cards/batteries and a camera
  • Portable power bank for charging electronic gadgets

Footwear

  • Trekking boots 
  • Hiking socks (wool or synthetic)
  • Gaiters 
  • Camp shoes or sandals

Benefits of Manaslu Circuit Trek with Glorious Eco Trek Nepal

Glorious Eco Trek Nepal has been a part of the journey of many trekkers during Manaslu Circuit Trek. We have improvised itinerary packages developed by experts. We never lack in giving our customers with best service. We always believe in quality, and our responsibility is to make your trek completely comfortable and adventurous.

We always make pre bookings of tea houses and lodges for trek and give you quality and safe food. You will definitely love our hospitable service. Making changes to the itinerary packages for you will not be a problem for us.

Comprehensive Guide for Manaslu Circuit Trek

Best Time To Visit Manaslu Circuit Trek

The spring and autumn pre-monsoon and post-monsoon seasons are the ideal times to accomplish the Manaslu trek. In particular, the following months are said to be the best for the trek:

Spring (March to May)

The ideal time of year is said to be in the spring, which runs from March to May. Though it is becoming a bit cooler, especially at higher elevations, the weather is mostly clear. Flowers are in bloom, and the mornings are bright. 

The Himalayan peaks are clearly seen in the springtime thanks to exceptional visibility and often calm weather. 

Summer/Monsoon (June to August)

Avoid the summer months of June through August. Warm, humid weather with limited visibility due to clouds and mist is caused by the monsoon. This time of year presents a significant risk of landslides and leeches.

There are several landslide zones in the Manaslu Region, which were among the locations most severely damaged by the 2015 earthquake; they can be especially hazardous during rainy weather.

Fall / Autumn (September to November)

September through November is the ideal time of year to go trekking in Nepal. The skies are usually clear, and the weather is steady and dry. Comfortable temperatures and superb visibility provide breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains.

This is a more safer time of year to trek because there is a decreased chance of weather-related natural disasters.

Winter (December to February)

Winter is another off-season for trekking. At higher elevations, the winter months of December through February bring extremely low temperatures. This time of year is not suited for the Manaslu Circuit Trek because of snow and ice.

The weather is unpredictable, and snow may cause pathways to change drastically in a few hours. The trek passes over glacial moraines; due to severe snowfall, passing the Larkya La pass is almost impossible, and the resort at Dharmasla closed at this period.

Manaslu Circuit Trek Difficulty

This trek has been characterized as moderate to strenuous. Difficulty ratings are based on several factors, including hiking hours, distance, altitude gain, and more. 

However, acclimatization and altitude sickness are the main issues. Regarding the route itself, the majority of the trails are in decent shape. Since walking doesn’t involve any technological knowledge, it’s rather simple.

A few instances exist, such as where the route veers around landslides, where conditions might get a little challenging. One of the hardest parts of the Manaslu circle trip is getting over the 5106-meter Larkya La Pass. It is difficult to ascend and traverse the pass because of its high altitude. You might get altitude sickness.

Despite being a high-pass trek, Manaslu has a lower illness rate than comparable Nepalese base camp treks. All because the walk begins at 750 meters below sea level in Sotikhola and rises steadily to 5,160 meters at Larke Pass over the course of ten days. 

Setting up the permits. For walking the Manaslu Circuit, you require a unique permit known as a restricted area permit. There are distinct terms, criteria, and procedures related to obtaining permission.

The trekking path of the Manaslu Circuit is lengthy, which adds to the trek’s difficulty. Your route is 122 kilometres long and has a significant amount of elevation gain. There are days when trekking exceeds 15 kilometres.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is there internet facility in Manaslu Circuit Trek?
Yes, you can get internet services in the tea houses and lodges during the trek. But some places might charger you in per hour use of internet. The speed of internet is not too good in this region.
What permits do I need for Manaslu Circuit Trek?
You will require the following permits to commence the Manaslu Circuit Trek: Manaslu Special Permit Conservation Area Permit Your travel agency will help you to issue the permits.
What kind of accommodation do I get during Manaslu Circuit Trek?
Your main Accommodations during Manaslu Circuit Trek will be tea houses and lodges. They usually provide you with shared bathrooms and double bed. Hot water for showers might cost you up a little.
How difficult is Manaslu Circuit Trek?
Manaslu Circuit Trek is considered one of the challenging treks in Nepal. The paths are off-beaten. The trail passes through various remote villages and steep paths. Rising altitudes might cause you altitude sickness. Your strength matters a lot during this trek.
When should I go for Manaslu Circuit Trek?
The best time to trek in the Manaslu Circuit is Autumn (September to November) and Spring (March to May). During winter the heavy snowfalls and rain in the monsoon will cause you difficulty in trek due to disturbed road condtions.
Do I get porters during Manaslu Circuit Trek?
Yes, you will get a porter during the trek. One porter carries the luggage of two trekkers. They usually carry up to 20 kg in total so you can give maximum up to 10 kg to carry.

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