Manaslu Luxury Trek- 15 Days

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Manaslu Luxury Trek- 15 Days
Namrung Gest House
us$1487 per pax
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number of pax
$2110 x 1 = $2110
total $2110
Moderate Plus
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Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Hotel/Lodge/Tea House
March to May/Sep to Nov

trip overview

Mt. Manaslu, standing at an elevation of 8,163 meters (26,781 feet), is the eighth-highest mountain in the world and is located in the Gorkha district of Nepal. Experience the last hiking adventure with our Manaslu Luxury Trek. Discover a unique course, cushy accommodations, different facilities, and upscale transportation. We apprehend the price of it slow in Nepal, that’s why we have curated the greatest services for the Manaslu Luxury Trek.

This trek of Nepal is gaining popularity amongst trekkers, offering a barely more difficult and breathtaking level in comparison to different regions. Immerse yourself in breathtaking views of the Manaslu Mountains and different peaks whilst exploring the stunning Manaslu Conservation Area.

The path leads to an exploration of the Manaslu region’s natural and cultural features. The Manaslu region is well known for the nice cozy and pleasant Nepalese people that live there.
Prepare to be full of joy and contentment as you wander alongside the serene rivers and peaceful lakes nestled among a dense forest. This journey embodies the essence of making the best memories, improved even in addition to the lavish luxuries solely available through this bundle.

Reason to choose the Manaslu Luxury Trek

The day trip boasts a unique blend of beautiful landscapes, immersive cultural encounters, and hard trails. As you make your manner through the circuit, you’ll come across the various terrains of the Manaslu Region, from towering mountains to tranquil valleys, all whilst immersing yourself within the colorful traditions of the local communities.

After landing at Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport, you will move on a charming sightseeing journey of the valley’s wealthy history earlier than starting your trek.

The journey starts with a picturesque power from Kathmandu to Soti Khola, where the trekking adventure starts. Hiking through captivating villages like Samagaun and Samdo becomes even more exciting with the aid of the ever-changing surroundings and the friendly locals.

Our cautiously designed package deal consists of all the requirements, along with lodging, lets-in, and informed courses, to ensure a problem-unfastened and unforgettable hiking adventure in the fascinating Manaslu Region.



Arrival in International Airport Nepal 1,350 Meters

Upon your arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, our consultant will greet you and transfer you to your resort. You’ll have a briefing about the trek and spend the day preparing your equipment and ensuring all felony files are in order.


Equipment and legal documents preparation day

Today we prepared for the trip by clearing all our travel and legal documents. Then, visit some places in Kathmandu Valley for shopping. And, get prepared for the trip.


Kathmandu-Dhading to Soti Khola 710 meters/ 7-8 hours drive by jeep

Day 1 begins with an early morning departure from Kathmandu toward Soti Khola, nestled inside the Dhading district. The journey is an adventurous 7 to 8-hour journey by way of jeep, traversing via various landscapes, from the bustling streets of Kathmandu to the rugged terrains of Dhading.

As we depart at the back of the urban chaos, the surroundings step by step transform into picturesque valleys, terraced fields, and winding roads that offer glimpses of rural existence. Along the direction, we can also stumble upon charming villages, wherein locals cross approximately their everyday routines, including authenticity to the journey.


Soti Khola - Khanebensi to Machha Khola 869 meters/ 5-6 hours

We start the second day from Soti Khola to Machha Khola via the village of Khanebensi (this word, and the memory of Khanebensi, will be essential markers on our long path). We pass through the village which Soti Khola is known for; the path runs parallel to the Budi Gandaki river for the better part of the first day.

We will be walking through lush forests, sometimes onto rocky surfaces, and gaining altitude step-by-step. We cross suspension bridges over roaring rivers. We skip through Khanebensi and maybe stop to chill with the locals.


Machha Khola - Khorla Bensi - Dovan to Jagat 1,410 meters/6-7 hours

Day 3 unfolds with a few different exhilarating legs of our journey, as we trek from Machha Khola to Jagat, passing through Khorla Bensi and Dovan along the way. Departing from Machha Khola, we resume our trek alongside the picturesque path, with the majestic Budi Gandaki River accompanying us on our journey.

The route takes us through Khorla Bensi, a charming village wherein we may take a short respite and likely indulge in some neighborhood delicacies. Continuing onward, we traverse via numerous terrain, together with dense forests and rocky cliff sides, as we progressively ascend in altitude. Along the route, we may also come upon fellow trekkers and locals, changing recollections and evaluations amidst the stunning herbal backdrop.


Jagat- Pewa to Deng 1,350 meters/ 6-7 hours

Day four of our journey commences with a trek from Jagat to Deng, passing via the village of Pewa along the way. Departing from Jagat, we keep our ascent along the winding trails, enveloped with the aid of the usage of the stunning Himalayan landscape.

As we traverse through Pewa, we’ve got the opportunity to immerse ourselves within the neighborhood’s manner of life and engage with the satisfactory villagers, gaining insights into their way of life.

The course meanders through verdant forests, supplying glimpses of various flowers and fauna, in addition to breathtaking perspectives of the encompassing peaks. Along the way, we can also pause to relax at scenic viewpoints, taking in the serenity of the mountainside and capturing unforgettable moments on a digital camera.


Deng-Rana-Bihi Phedi to Namrung 2,165 meters/ 5-6 hours

Day 5 of our excursion starts with a trek from Deng to Namrung, passing through the villages of Rana and Bihi Phedi along the way. Departing from Deng, we maintain our ascent through the rugged terrain, immersing ourselves inside the pristine splendor of the Himalayan foothills. The path leads us via the charming village of Rana, where we may pause to engage with the locals and admire the traditional architecture that dots the panorama.

Continuing onward, we traverse through Bihi Phedi, a tranquil hamlet nestled amidst lush forests and cascading waterfalls. As we gain elevation, the panorama regularly adjusts, with panoramic perspectives of snow-capped peaks emerging at the horizon.

Along the manner, we may also stumble upon yaks grazing at the mountainsides, including the picturesque attraction of the adventure.


Namrung-Lihi to Lho 3,180 meters/5-6 hours

Day 6 unfolds with a trek from Namrung to Lho, passing through the picturesque village of Lihi alongside the manor. Setting out from Namrung, we keep our ascent into the heart of the Himalayas, surrounded by towering peaks and pristine alpine surroundings. The path leads us through lush forests and verdant meadows, supplying breathtaking perspectives of the surrounding mountainscape at each flip.

As we trek through Lihi, we have the opportunity to immerse ourselves in the nearby tradition, interacting with the pleasant villagers and possibly gaining knowledge of approximately their conventional manner of lifestyles. Continuing onward, we regularly benefit from altitude, with the panorama turning increasingly more rugged and dramatic.


Lho-Syala to Samagaun 3,525 meters/ 3-4 hours

Day 7 of our hiking adventure takes us from Lho to Samagaun, passing through Syala along the way. Departing from Lho, we retain our trek via the rugged but breathtaking terrain of the Himalayas. The path winds its manner via alpine forests and meadows, imparting panoramic views of the encircling peaks.

As we traverse via Syala, we may take a second to rest and refuel, soaking in the serene splendor of the landscape. Continuing onward, we regularly advantage of altitude, with every step bringing us toward our destination.

Along the way, we may additionally encounter nearby flora and fauna together with Himalayan blue sheep and elusive snow leopards, including a sense of adventure and excitement.


Rest Day in Samagaun 3,525 meters/Site trip Manaslu Base Camp or Phungen Monastery 3-4 hours.

Enjoy a well-deserved relaxation day in Samagaun. Optionally, take a site trip to Manaslu Base Camp or visit Phungen Monastery. Return to the hotel for dinner and any other night in Samagaun.


Samagaun to Samdo 3,875 meters/3-4 hours

Day 9 of our trekking expedition sees us embarking from the picturesque village of Samagaun to the similarly fascinating settlement of Samdo. Departing from Samagaun, we bid farewell to the serene atmosphere of the village and set out on the trail, surrounded using towering peaks and sweeping vistas.

The trek takes us through rugged terrain and alpine meadows, with the majestic Manaslu dominating the skyline. As we make our way in the direction of Samdo, located at an altitude of 3,875 meters, the landscape becomes increasingly more dramatic, with barren valleys and rocky outcrops punctuating the surroundings.


Samdo-Larkye Bazaar to Dharamsala 4,460 meters/ 3-4 hours

On Day 10, our trekking adventure continues as we leave the village of Samdo behind and make our way towards Dharamsala, passing through Larkye Bazaar along the way. Departing from Samdo, we navigate through rugged mountain trails, surrounded by towering peaks and pristine alpine scenery.

The route takes us through Larkye Bazaar, a bustling hub for trekkers and locals alike, where we may take a brief respite and interact with fellow travelers. Continuing our ascent, we gradually gain altitude, with panoramic views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks unfolding before us.


Dharamsala - Larkya Pass 5,160 meters to Bumthang 3,590 meters/7-8 hours

Day 11 marks one of the most difficult and exhilarating days of our trekking journey as we overcome the formidable Larkya Pass and descend to Bumthang. We start our day with an early beginning from Dharamsala, mentally preparing ourselves for the demanding ascent that lies in advance. The path steadily steepens as we ascend toward Larkya Pass, navigating through rocky terrain and snow-included slopes.

With every step, we are rewarded with awe-inspiring views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks, which include the majestic Manaslu towering above us. As we reach the summit of Larkya Pass at an elevation of 5,160 meters, a feeling of accomplishment washes over us, knowing that we’ve conquered one of the highest mountain passes within the international.


Rest day in Bhimtang after Larkya La Pass

Day 12 offers a nicely-deserved relaxation day in Bhimtang following the strenuous journey over Larkya Pass. This pause in our hiking itinerary gives us the possibility to get better, recharge, and completely absorb the herbal beauty surrounding us. With no strenuous trekking planned for the day, we will leisurely discover Bhimtang and its environment.

Perhaps we’re going to take a gentle stroll across the village, interacting with locals and studying approximately their manner of existence. Bhimtang is nestled in a wide alpine setting, surrounded by the aid of towering peaks, lush forests, and meandering streams.

We may additionally pick to take a seat with the aid of a tranquil stream, meditate amidst the serene panorama, or surely bask inside the beauty of the Himalayas.


Bimthang - Yak Kharka - Gho to Tilije 2,300 meters/6-7 hours

On Day 13, we resume our hiking adventure from Bhimtang towards Tilije, passing through the villages of Yak Kharka, Gho, and beyond. Departing from Bhimtang, we bid farewell to the tranquil beauty of the village and set out on the path all over again, surrounded by towering peaks and lush alpine scenery.

Our path takes us through Yak Kharka, a pastoral agreement where yaks graze peacefully amidst the meadows. As we continue onwards, we bypass via the village of Gho, where we may additionally pause to relax and refuel, possibly sampling a few nearby cuisines or interacting with the pleasant locals.


Tilije – Dharapani to Besisahar 700 meters/1-hour walk and 4-5 hours’ drive

On Day 14, our hiking adventure draws to a close as we make our way from Tilije to Besisahar, with a short walk to Dharapani observed through scenic power. We start the day with a leisurely one-hour stroll from Tilije to Dharapani, playing the very last moments of hiking amidst the beautiful Himalayan surroundings.

As we traverse via picturesque villages and plush valleys, we may additionally mirror the reminiscences and stories accumulated during our journey. Upon reaching Dharapani, we bid farewell to the trails and embarked on a 4 to 5-hour walk to Besisahar, where our trek began.

Upon arrival in Besisahar, situated at an altitude of 700 meters, we concluded our hiking expedition with an experience of fear and success.


Besisahar to Kathmandu 1,350 meters/7-8 hours drive by private car/Van

After breakfast, the driver returned to Kathmandu in a personal vehicle or van. Check-in at the motel, and later in the nighttime, experience a farewell dinner in Kathmandu.

what's included

  •  International airport picks up and drops service.
  •  2 Nights 4-star hotels in Kathmandu (before trek twine sharing).
  •  Kathmandu to Soti Khola by private Jeep.
  •  Dharapani to Besisahar by private Jeep.
  •  Private car/van back to Kathmandu.
  •  Three meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner along the trek).
  •  Lodge accommodation on the way.
  •  Tea and coffee during the trekking.
  •  An experienced guide (including his salary, equipment, insurance, transportation, lodging, and food)
  •  A Porter (carry luggage 2 trekkers 1 porter and including their salary, equipment, insurance, transportation, lodging, and food)
  •  Equipment; Down Jacket, Sleeping Bag.
  •  Legal documents (MCAP permit, ACAP, and Manaslu restricted area permit).
  •  13% Gov VAT.
  •  Trekking and city map.
  •  Duffle bag if needed.
  •  First aid medical box.
  •  Some fresh and dry fruits along the trek.
  •  Token of love from the company.
  •  Farewell, lunch, or dinner is a suitable time.

what's excluded

  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Cold drinks such as; Coke, Mineral Water, Beer, etc.
  • Personal expenses (laundry, bar bill, telephone, extra helper, battery charge shower, and boiled water).
  • Tips for guide and porter.

Fixed Departure

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19 Mar, 2025 - 2 Apr, 2025 $1487 Enquire Now

useful info

Strength and endurance are essential for mountain mountaineering, and these can be developed with regular training. We highly recommend that you exercise frequently, go running, hiking, or to the gym to get yourself ready for this trekking trip. Your body will adjust to balance its breathing with the support of four to five times a week of walking, jogging, swimming, and cycling.

You can trek on local trails or small hillsides for 5 to 7 hours with little breaks to prepare for Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking. There are a few things you should think about to get ready for this hike: logistics, equipment, and physical conditioning.

Physical Fitness:

To enjoy the challenging Manaslu Luxury Trek, one must be in excellent physical condition. The hike requires several hours of hiking every day at high altitudes, frequently on rough and steep terrain. You should begin training for this at least a few months in advance. This should incorporate both strength training to strengthen your legs and core and cardio exercises like cycling, swimming, or jogging.

Gears for Manaslu Luxury Trek

A sturdy backpack, cozy hiking boots, suitable clothes, and an extensive assortment of additional equipment are essential. These include a sleeping bag, camping supplies, a stove, sunglasses, sunscreen, a hat, gloves, and sunglasses. Make sure you have adequate equipment, or rent it in Kathmandu.


Is Manaslu better than Annapurna?

Depending on your interests and tastes, you can choose between trekking to Annapurna Base Camp and the Manaslu Circuit. The Manaslu Circuit trek is a fantastic option if you’re looking for a more secluded, less crowded trip that emphasizes cultural immersion and tough terrain.

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