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Manaslu is the world’s seventh highest mountain and has a worthy neighbour in the form of the greater Annapurna range. The area is relatively unknown to trekkers; it was only in 1950 that Tilman first visited the area and as such was one of the early Europeans to see Manaslu and its neighbouring peaks.
Manaslu and Ganesh Himal appear from a distance as a giant barrier of jagged shimmering mountains hanging above the ground and only attached to the earth by thin slivers of mist. The foothills and lower valleys support 'paddy' terraces while water buffalo still play their part in pulling the plough, providing milk and meat. The local homes dotted all around the hillsides are thatched and painted in the traditional manner. Bananas are abundant and cicadas gather in the trees during the blossoming season, bringing another dimension to the landscape.
Many regions now provide the traveller with a relatively comfortable and well- serviced experience and the trekker in turn provids Nepal with a much needed income.
However, the trek to Manaslu through the Budi Gangdaki gorge is still a switch-back of continuous and demanding ascents and descents, many of which might pose a few problems to the inexperienced mountain trekker; in fact, by some they could be intimidating. However, the views and the apparent close proximity to some of the big Himalayan walls keeps the mind focused. This area still provides a ‘real’ adventure to the hardened Himalayan trekker.
Day 01 : Drive Kathmandu (1350m.) – Gorkha (1143m.). Approximately 6 / 7 hours drive.
Day 02 : Trek Gorkha – Khanchok (927m.).
Day 03 : Trek Khanchok – Arughat Bazaar (500m.).
Day 04 : Trek Arughat Bazaar – Soti Khola (530m.).
Day 05 : Trek Soti Khola – Machha Khola (890m.).
Day 06 : Trek Machha Khola – Jagat (1350m.).
Day 07 : Trek Jagat – Philim (1700m.).
Day 08 : Trek Philim – Deng (2095m.).
Day 09 : Trek Deng – Namru (2900m.).
Day 10 : Trek Manru – Lhogaon (3100m.).
Day 11 : Trek Lhogaon – Samagaon (3450m.).
Day 12 : Rest day at Samagaon for acclimatization.
Day 13 : Trek Samagaon – Samdo (3900m.).
Day 14 : Trek Samdo – Larkya La Phedi (4400m.).
Day 15 : Trek Larkya La Phedi – Larkya La (5135m.) – Bimdakothi (3350m.).
Day 16 : Trek Bimtangkothi – Tilje (2300m.).
Day 17 : Trek Tilje – Jagat (1800m).
Day 18 : Trek Jagat – Nagdi (850m.).
Day 19 : Trek Nagdi – Besishahar (823m.).
Day 20 : Drive from Besishahar to Kathmandu/Pokhara.
- Pick up from airport and transfer to hotel
- Accommodation in kathmandu as your Budget.
- Kathmandu valley sight seeing and prepare for trek
- An professional Sherpa Guide with Government License
- Sherpa porter who will carry your baggage(2 person 1 sherpa porter)
- Food in Trekking(Breakfast, Lunch , Dinner )
- All Accommodation during Trekking(Tea House/ Camping)
- Necessary Trekking permits
- TIMS (Trekkers Information Management system card)
- Necessary Equipment( sleeping bag and Down Jacket)
- All programme as per Itinerary
- Necessary flight Ticket/ Land Transport(Domestic only )
- Food , salary Transport, clothing for Guide and Porter
- Insurance for Guide and Porter
- Rescue Help
- Lunch and dinner in kathmandu and Pokhara
- Any kinds of Drinks( soft and Hard Drinks)
- Visa, international flight ticket
- Personal Nature expenses
- Tips for Staffs
- Rescue and Evacuation cost