Manaslu circuit trek is untouched natural paradise and less touristic remote trek in Nepal around world 8th highest peak mt Manaslu (8156m). Manaslu is located between Annapurna and Ganesh Himal at the boarder of Tibet and Nepal through which trekkers can know about bond between the Buddhism and Hinduism with mixed cultural diversity. Flourished with charismatic natural beauty and ancient culture, this trekking region of Nepal is best for its exotic trekking trail and wilderness of natural sightseeing spots. The highest point larky-la pass is challenging part of this trek.
Trekking in Manasalu circuit , you explore the majestic height and exceptional views of glorious Mount Manaslu. This fascinating trekking region is flourished with vivid colorful and antique flora and fauna, enchanted Himalaya views, cultural villages and many more unseen and untouched beauty of nature .This trek offer picturesque view of Manaslu, Annapurnaj, Ganesh Himal , himlung Himal, cheo Himal, Nemjung himal,with several mighty peaks.
Manaslu circuit trek is tea house trekking destination due to development of small tea houses on the trek which make easier for trekker to acquire accommodation and meal. The culture of local people and their hospitality provide pleasure to the trekkers. Due to construction of modern roads on Annapurna circuit, this trek is perfect alternative for Annapurna circuit with similar trial, views and experience. The snow covered Himalayas stretching beyond horizons touch the heart of every trekker. This circuit trekking is officially opened as adventure hiking trip for tourist in 1992. Manaslu trek is restricted trekking route in Nepal; trekker can’t do independent trekking that’s why they have to join the government registered company with guide.
Manaslu circuit trek starts with a scenic drive from Kathmandu to Arughat and then gradually ascending into the height of Himalayas of Nepal. People throughout the world commence this delighted trek to visualize some of the best Himalayas scenery and obtain natural serene. Apart from Manaslu, we will also get chance to visualize the spectacular panorama of other mountains including, Dhaulagiri, Himlung Himal (7125m), Annapurna massif, and Ganesh Himal Peaks. Commence and enjoy the exotic trekking period in Nepal.
Welcome to Kathmandu Valley (1360m). Upon your arrival we assist you from international airport to our hotel. Overnight at hotel.
Half day Kathmandu valley sightseeing and then prepare for the trek. Overnight at hotel.
Early morning scenic drive from Kathmandu all the way to Arughat (700m).Overnight at hotel.
Today we trek from Arughat all the way to Sati Khola (815m).Overnight at hotel.
Today we trek from Sati Khola all the way to Labu Besi (900m). Overnight at hotel.
Today we trek from Labu Besi all the way to Jagat (1250m). Overnight at hotel.
Today we trek from Jagat all the way to Ngyak (1950m).Overnight at hotel.
Today we trek from Ngyak all the way to Ghap (2050m). Overnight at hotel.
Today we trek from Ghap all the way to Lho (3148m). Overnight at hotel.
Today we trek from Lho all the way to Samagaon (3517m). Overnight at hotel.
Today we trek from Samagaon all the way to Samdo (3738m). Overnight at hotel.
Today we trek from Samdo all the way to Dharamsala (4480m). Overnight at hotel.
Rest and Acclimatization day at Dharamsala. Explore around and rest overnight.
Today we trek from Dharamsala all the way to Bimtang (3890m) crossing the Larky La Pass (5113m). Overnight at hotel.
Today we trek from Bimtang all the way to Tilje (3010m). Overnight at hotel.
Today we trek from Tilje all the way to Tal (1725m). Overnight at hotel.
Today we trek from Tal all the way to Syange (1175m).Overnight at hotel.
Today we trek from Syange all the way to Besisahar (825m).Overnight at hotel.
Early morning scenic drive from Besisahar all the way to Kathmandu Valley. Overnight at hotel.
This itinerary for Normal People. The itinerary and depend of costumer age , interest and physical fitness , we are increasing and decreasing the days (1-3).If you need more information please mail us firstname.lastname@example.org
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