Manaslu Circuit Trek

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Manaslu Circuit Trek is a tea-house-based hiking adventure, yet, still being remote, this trek is a comparatively less trekked region in Nepal. Unfortunately, the Manaslu region does not involve flights and the roadways haven’t reached the trekking trails yet. Manaslu 8160 m, stands isolated without crowds of people surrounding it. Comparable in many respects with the Annapurna trekking, the Manaslu Circuit trek takes place in the lower traffic Valley. With the recently built lodges on the trails that lead to Manaslu, this trek has slowly become famous, familiar, and popular among adventurers. As you get towards a natural setting of an amphitheater, the Gompa monastery of Sama which is at the foot of Manaslu marks the entry into Buddhist territory. Larkya La passes 5135 m, the highlight of the route has a gentle ascent, before diving sharply deep to reach the lower valleys. Beautiful panoramas of mountain peaks and vistas, and villages inhabited by a variety of ethnic groups are a few of the highlights of the Manaslu Circuit trekking tour.

Manaslu is the 8th highest mountain in the world, it lies proud and high close to the border with Tibet, some 120 km northwest of Kathmandu. Only after a few years into the nineties, did the valleys to the north and east of Manaslu open for foreigners to visit. The Manaslu circuit trek sees relatively few trekkers compared to the established trekking routes, however, the whole circuit of Manaslu over the Larke La pass is getting more and more popular as a new trekking destination in Nepal. The Manaslu Circuit trek commences either in the town of Arughat Bazaar or Gorkha Bazaar and ends in Besisahar, which also happens to be the starting point for the Annapurna circuit.

Manaslu Circuit hiking holidays is an amazing trek bestowing you with breathtaking views of the Manaslu, as you walk through authentic Hindu and Tibetan – style villages inhabited by indigenous villagers. We start at a rather low elevation, trekking through green countryside, and passing by villages inhabited by Hindus. Heading northwards, the valley opens up to reveal delightful alpine meadows and small Tibetan-style villages, which cluster aesthetically beneath Manaslu’s sweeping north face. Eventually, the trail takes us to Samagaon, the largest and most important village in the region. From this point on, the trail heads towards the west and crosses the Larke la pass 5160m, a classic and tough route linking the Buri Gandaki with the Marsayangdi valley. A number of descents pass through beautiful alpine meadows at Bimtang, before joining the main Annapurna circuit route and heading to the trail's end at Besisahar.

We have carefully put together a tailor-made itinerary below, which is one of the many possibilities. Upon your request, the trek can be longer or shorter, depending on the length of your trekking days. We can organize the Manaslu Circuit trek package by either camping or doing it as a tea-house trek. Hence, feel free to choose whether you want to camp or stay at the local tea-house / guesthouses. 


  • Embark on a classic trek around Mount Manaslu, explore the less trekked area, alpine meadows and Tibetan-style villages and cross Larke La pass
  • Enjoy the less crowded trek that does not involve flights and the road has not yet affected trails
  • Walking through the culturally rich unspoiled ethnic villages and dense forest with gorgeous Himalayan flora and fauna on the backdrop of the breathtaking mountain range of the Himalayas.


Outline Itinerary

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Day 01:Arrive at Kathmandu (1,350m) TIA Airport

Your arrival at Kathmandu airport, meet one of our trek leaders and transfer to the hotel. In the evening, we organize a small meeting to collect your passport copies and some photos for making permits and other necessary documents. Overnight at the hotel.  

  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Meals:Bed and Breakfast
  • Place:Kathmandu
  • Maximum Altitude:1,350m

Breakfast at the hotel, today is a free day for trek preparation and packing. On request, we can organize a full day sightseeing tour of the most historical and spiritual attractions in Kathmandu including legendary durbar square, the sacred Hindu temple of Pashupatinath, Soyambhunath also popularly known as Monkey temple and Buddhist Shine (Bouddhanath) which is one of the largest stupas in the world are listed as the UNESCO world heritage sites. In the evening, there will be a brief pre-trip group meeting in the lobby of the hotel. Overnight at the hotel.  

  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Meals:Bed and Breakfast
  • Place:Kathmandu
  • Maximum Altitude:1,350m

We set off early today for Sotikhola. During the drive, we enjoy views of the nice countryside along with the mountain sceneries. We will be driving on a paved road from Kathmandu to Dhading Besi, district headquarters of Dhading but the drive from Besi to Arughat will be on a rough road. Upon reaching Arughat, a major town in the region we drive further towards Sotikhola. Overnight at a local guesthouse in Sotikhola. 

  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Meals:BLD
  • Place:Sotikhola
  • Maximum Altitude:710m

At the crossing of the bridge, we trek through the beautiful Sal forests, then climb onto a ridge above huge rapids on the Buri Gandaki. We then reach Khursane upon which the rocky trail weaves its way up and down, past two tropical waterfalls on a steep, rocky trail clinging to the side of a cliff. It eventually makes it's way down and crosses a few rice terraces, then up and around to the Gurung village of Labubesi. We further climb behind a rocky outcrop where the valley opens up and the Buri Gandaki meanders among wide gravel bars. Dropping to the sandy river bed, we walk along with rounded stones before climbing over a side ridge. We head down again to the river and cross another suspension bridge to reach Macche Khola village. Overnight at a guest house in Macche Khola. 

  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Meals:BLD
  • Place:Macche Khola
  • Maximum Altitude:900m

The narrow trail makes some minor ups and downs and eventually crosses the Tharo Khola and reaches Khorlabesi. After a few more ascends and descends we come across a small hot spring in Tatopani. From the hot spring, we climb over another ridge, then cross the Buri Gandaki on a suspension bridge. At this juncture, we climb on a wide, well-crafted staircase, then across a landslide and over a ridge to Dobhan. Upon crossing a suspension bridge over the Yaru Khola, we climb the stone stairs and then drop to the river and again climb more stone stairs to Tharo Bharyang. Crossing the west bank of the Buri Gandaki, we climb over a ridge, trek along the river and then climb towards the village of Jagat. Overnight at a local guesthouse in Jagat.  

  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Meals:BLD
  • Place:Jagat
  • Maximum Altitude:1,420m

We start today’s trek by climbing over a rocky ridge to Salleri and then descending to Sirdibas. The valley widens a bit as the trail continues up to Ghatta Khola. We further continue walking upstream to a long suspension bridge in Philim, a large Gurung village. The trail turns north just above the lowest house in the village and stays on a fairly level trail as it crosses millet fields to Ekle Bhatti. The route now enters a steep, uninhabited gorge. At this point, we descend to the grassy land slopes, cross the Buri Gandaki, then trek along the west bank for a while then cross to the east bank and then back again. As we continue through the trail the valley widens and we pass through a bamboo forest to the Deng Khola. Upon crossing the Khola we reach the tiny village of Deng. Overnight at a local guesthouse in Deng.  

  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Meals:BLD
  • Place:Deng
  • Maximum Altitude:1,805m

After a brief walk beyond Deng, we cross the Buri Gandaki and climb to Rana at 1900m. From the bridge, we climb a bit to join a trail from Bhi, then head west up the Buri Gandaki valley. The trail also passes through forests and mani where we turn towards a corner that contours to Ghap. Even though there is another route, we take the route through Prok village which has a viewpoint for stunning views of Sirngi Himal. We further cross the Buri Gandaki several times today and come across several gompas en route. The trail follows the river upstream through a dense forest. After crossing the river at an impressive spot where it thunders down a narrow gorge, the forest becomes less dense and the trail is fine again. The beautiful walk continues and after a last steep climb, we reach Namrung where we will spend the night in a local guest house.  

  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Meals:BLD
  • Place:Namrung
  • Maximum Altitude:2,640m

Namrung village is a nice viewpoint for Siring and Ganesh Himal and from the village, we can also see Mt. Himal Chuli in the south. We climb steadily and pass through forests and reach Lihi, a fine village with many chortens and barley terraces. The trail drops and crosses the side valley of Simnang Himal with Ganesh Himal always close by. We further pass through Sho, Lho, and Shyala village before reaching Sama Village. We enjoy superb views of Mt. Manaslu from Lho village and also explore the famous Ribung Gompa. In shyala village we will be surrounded by high mountains like Himal Chuli and peak 29 (Ngadi Chuli) to the left, Manaslu and large glaciers straight ahead and other snow summits to the right and at the far end stand Ganesh Himal. Today’s walking ends in Samagaon where we spend the night in a local guest house.  

  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Meals:BLD
  • Place:Samagoan
  • Maximum Altitude:3,525m

We spend the day at Samagaon both for rest and acclimatization. Today we get acquainted with the rich Sherpa culture. We enjoy the sight of thousands of Mani stones with Buddhist texts on it and pictures and the Sherpa women clad in traditional clothes and ornaments. On a little hill near the Sama village is an old Gompa (Pungyen Gompa), a monastery with great views of the glacier. It is named after Manaslu, Pungyen means bracelet, a good description of the two peaks. It was destroyed a year after the first unsuccessful Japanese attempt to climb Manaslu. The locals believed that the climb angered the gods, and when the Japanese came back a year later they met with a lot of resistance that they had to give up their attempt. They were finally successful in 1959. Overnight at a guest house in Samagaon.  

  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Meals:BLD
  • Place:Pungyen Gompa – Samagaon
  • Maximum Altitude:3,525m

Today we descend to the Buri Gandaki River, which has turned north and follows it to a bridge over a side stream. The trail to the left leads to the Manaslu base camp. The Larkya La trail passes several mani walls as the valley begins to widen. It is an easy trail on a shelf above the river passing the juniper and birch forests of Kermo Kharka. We drop off the shelf, cross the Buri Gandaki on a wooden bridge and climb steeply onto a promontory between two forks of the river. From a stone arch, we can view a large white Kani. Finally passing through the kani we find Samdo. Overnight at a guest house in Samdo.   

  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Meals:BLD
  • Place:Samdo
  • Maximum Altitude:3,860m

This is another day set aside for proper acclimatization. Today, we have two options, the first option that we highly recommend is a hike up the valley directly at the back of the Samdo village. This hike will take us to one of the trade passes to Tibet for excellent views of Mt. Manaslu along with other Himalayan ranges including Simrang, Hiunchuli, Ngadi, Larkya peak, Cheo and possibly Kang Guru behind the pass. En route to these viewpoints, we pass many seasonal herding settlements called doksas and sight some beautiful mountain birds like the Lophophorus (the national bird of Nepal), Lammergeyer and Himalayan Griffin soaring high above us. The second option for today could be a trip to the Gya La (large pass) to the north of Samdo, a more frequently used trading route to Tibet. But, this is a rather longer hike (whole day) and hence could be a little tiring. Overnight at a guest house in Samdo.    

  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Meals:BLD
  • Place:Samdo
  • Maximum Altitude:3,860m

Even today, we continue our walk down the edge and cross the wooden bridge over Buri Gandaki and begin walking upward. Upon crossing two streams and witnessing the Larkya Glacier we go around the valley of the Salka Khola and climb up again to the stone guest house (4450m), which is not a lodge but a kind of shelter called Dharmashala, also known as Larke Phedi. The short walk today also leaves plenty of time for acclimatization and relaxing in the afternoon. Overnight in Dharmashala. 

  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Meals:BLD
  • Place:Dharamasala – Larkya Base camp
  • Maximum Altitude:4,450m

Today is a heavy day, after a short climb we reach a valley on the north side of the Larkya glaciers from where we can enjoy great views of Cho Danda and Larkya Peak. Finally, we walk across moraines of the glacier making a gradual ascent which becomes steeper only in the last section of the pass. From the pass, there are outstanding views of Himlung Himal, Cheo Himal, Kangguru and the huge Annapurna II. It is a longer day than usual to Bimthang, but to walk into these low pastures which the evening mist coming in with Mt. Manaslu looming close by is an overwhelming experience. Overnight at a guest house in Bimthang.  

  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Meals:BLD
  • Place:Larkya la – Bimthang
  • Maximum Altitude:5,160m - 3,720m

From a ridge at Bimthang, we can enjoy great views of Mt. Manaslu, Lamjung Himal, Himlung Himal and Cheo Himal. We descend further and cross a high pasture (Sangure Kharka) followed by a bridge over Dudh Khola. We walk through rhododendron forest and follow a trail through a narrow valley until we reach the highest cultivated land of the valley at Karche, 2780m. We pass across fields before making a steep climb over a ridge. The trail comes off the ridge in a big sweeping arc to the river bank at 2600m. A short distance beyond is the village of Gho. Due to yesterday’s tiredness, we might take an overnight rest at Gho but better lodges are available at Tilije, So Alpine Eco Trek recommends we stay at Tilije. Overnight at a guest house in Tilije Village.  

  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Meals:BLD
  • Place:Tiliji
  • Maximum Altitude:2,300m

We climb over a small ridge and enjoy the stone-paved trail as it passes through a beautiful village. We then cross the bridge over Dudh Khola and climb up by a chorten-shaped arch, pass a mani wall and reach the Thonje village. At the village, we go through a police checkpoint and continue to Dharapani. We have entered the Annapurna circuit section from Dharapani. Further down, we come across Karte village and after quite a bit of walking we cross a bridge over the Marshyangdi River. We also come across some Mani walls before reaching the village of Tal, situated at the foot of a large waterfall. Overnight at a guest house in Tal. 

  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Meals:BLD
  • Place:Tal
  • Maximum Altitude:1,700m

We follow the trail to Chyamje village crossing the Marshyangdi Khola once again. The Marshyangdi valley opens with its terrace fields and villages clung very high to the hillsides. The trail then descends through rhododendron and pine forests to Syange. Overnight at a guest house in Syange.  

  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Meals:BLD
  • Place:Syange
  • Maximum Altitude:1,080m

The scenic drive from Syange to Kathmandu via Besisahar offers an opportunity to enjoy both hill and mountain landscapes. The drive is often along the banks of the Marshyangdi and Trishuli rivers. We also drive by some beautiful villages with farming terraces on both sides of the road. In Kathmandu, we will be escorted to our hotel. In the evening, we get to enjoy a farewell dinner meant to celebrate your successful completion of Manaslu Circuit trek. Overnight at hotel. 

  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Meals:Bed and Breakfast
  • Place:Kathmandu
  • Maximum Altitude:1,350m

Your great adventure comes to an end today. A representative from our company will escort you to the airport approximately three hours before the scheduled flight. We wish you have a safe and sound flight. See you next time again in Nepal. 


    • All airport-hotel transfers by a private vehicle.
    • Guided sightseeing tour in Kathmandu.
    • Accommodation in a standard hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast.
    • Guest house or local lodges accommodation during trekking in the mountains.
    • Breakfast in Kathmandu and all meals during trekking.
    • All ground transportation as per the itinerary by private vehicles.
    • All necessary staff with experienced guide and porters (one porter for two trekkers basis) including their salary, insurance, equipment, flight, food and lodging.
    • All necessary paper works; special trekking permits for Manalsu and M CAP fees.
    • Down Jacket and sleeping bag, duffel bag and trekking Map (Down jacket and sleeping bag are to be returned after trip completion).
    • Travel and rescue arrangements.
    • Welcome and fare well dinner in Kathmandu.
    • Exclusive Medical Kit bag.
    • Our service charge and all government taxes.
    • Personal nature expenses.
    • Bar bill and all kind of drinks.
    • Rescue & Evacuation.
    • Gratitude (tip) for staff.
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    Useful Information

    The Manaslu region has a variety of trekking options. One of them is the Manaslu circuit trek which begins at the Arughat Bazaar and ends two to three weeks later in Besisahar, which also happens to be the starting point of the Around Annapurna trekking (also known as Annapurna Circuit trek). Until recently the trek in this region required camping, but recently built tea houses allow trekkers to spend the night at these tea houses. The trek requires a special permit which must be issued by a trekking company like us.

    Additional Information

    Alpine Eco Trek is always available for any type of inquiry related to trekking in Nepal. For more info about Tourist visas, you can also visit the official website to apply. Need any other type of assistance or additional information about on-arrival instructions, making your holiday longer, passport rules and regulations, latest permit updates please feel free to contact us at [email protected]


    What is the best season for the Manaslu Circuit Trek?

    Standing tall as the eighth highest mountain in the world Mt. Manaslu is becoming more and more popular amongst trekkers in Nepal. Alpine Eco Trek organizes an amazing Manaslu Circuit trek in Nepal highlighting this incredible Himalayan Mountain. For those who are wondering what the best season for the Manaslu Circuit trek is. Spring and autumn are it for clear skies and views. The trails are most accessible and the mountain pass of Larke La is open. 

    Do you want to do the Manaslu Circuit trek during autumn or fall?

    One of the peak seasons for trekking in Nepal will be autumn. Starting from somewhere in mid-September and ending in late December the autumn season is perfect for the Manalsu Circuit trek. Although a bit colder than the spring season, the days are still warm and excellent for trekking. Heading on higher towards the Larke La mountain pass it gets colder so keep that in mind while trekking the Manaslu Circuit trek. Do you want more info about the autumn trekking season in Nepal? Don’t hesitate and contact us.

    Do you want to do the Manaslu Circuit trek during the spring season?

    A perfect time to explore around the Manaslu region will be in spring. The months of March, April, and May give perfect views of the Himalayas and the entire region is lush green and full of life! During this incredible Manaslu Circuit trek, we visit also the local villages, and the spring season is ideal as the farmlands are filled with wheat and give that real out-of-city feel. 

    How difficult is the Manaslu Circuit Trek in Nepal?

    With the highest point of the trek being Larke La at 5,160 meters, the Manaslu Circuit trek is categorized as moderate to difficult. While not advisable to do as your first trek, if you want to do the Manaslu Circuit trek, serious altitude training is strongly advised. With daily elevation gains of over 500 meters, AMS or Acute Mountain Sickness is the most difficult part of this amazing trek in Nepal. With rocky slopes and strenuous climbs, our Alpine Eco trekking team also advises doing some endurance training one month before undergoing the Manalsu Circuit trek. This way you get to enjoy the best of the trek and experience the Himalayas around Mt. Manaslu. Do you need more info about the Manaslu Circuit trek difficulty, then don’t hesitate and contact us.

    What type of fitness do I require to do the Manaslu Circuit Trek?

    Alpine Eco Trek strongly advises having built-up stamina to fully enjoy the Manaslu Circuit trek in Nepal. Being a more difficult trek than the famous Everest Base Camp trek, we do recommend practicing some kind of altitude training. As a novice trekker, it is possible to do the Manaslu Circuit trek but be sure to increase your fitness and be in good shape.

    What is our accommodation during the Manaslu Circuit Trek?

    In Kathmandu:

    Starting off in Kathmandu with an educational sightseeing tour, our accommodation will be more luxurious than during the trek. We stay at the standard hotel in Thamel, the tourism center point of Kathmandu. Amazing hotels, great service, and peaceful gardens. With nice rooms and comfortable beds Alpine Eco Trek books you on BB bases during your stay in Kathmandu. This way you get to enjoy the delicacies of the surrounding restaurants in the evenings and in the morning relaxing at the hotel's peace garden with a hearty breakfast. 

    During the Trek:

    As we head to a remote area we will be staying in local guests or teahouses, this provides sustainability to the area and helps to improve the development of the region. The Manaslu region is mostly populated with Tibetan-style cultures and staying in the local villages increases that Himalayan experience. During the Manaslu Circuit trek, we leave the comfort of the cities behind and get ready for a Himalayan adventure. The guest houses are clean, simple and with a sharing bathroom. Alpine Eco Trek does recommend bringing a sleeping bag with you for extra hygiene. All meals are included in the Manaslu Circuit trek.

    What type of meals can I expect during the Manaslu Circuit Trek?

    During the Manaslu Circuit trek, all meals are included. With a standard breakfast in the morning, a packed lunch during the trek and a delicious dinner at the guesthouse in the evening. During the trek, we spent the nights and mornings in local guests or teahouses. Fresh food will be prepared and usually consists of a traditional Nepali dish. Rice, vegetables, lentil soup, and a spicy pickle sauce. Although it is also possible to order from the menu in the guesthouses, we do recommend not ordering any meat items during the trek as conservation facilities are not up to the norm in remote areas. For gluten-free meals, you can always pack some items before leaving Kathmandu to be prepared during the trek.

    Do I require travel insurance for the Manalsu Circuit Trek?

    Whenever you undergo an adventure activity such as trekking in Nepal, travel insurance is an absolute must. As the trek is safe and well guided by our Alpine Eco Trek team accidents can happen. Being in remote areas without road access the only means of emergency evacuation will be by helicopter and without any type of travel insurance will become very expensive. Furthermore, during the Manaslu Circuit Trek, it happens trekkers are grounded due to Acute Mountain Sickness and evacuation is required. Being still in development Nepal does not yet have travel insurance facilities for foreigners. That’s why we do advise you to get your insurance before departing to Nepal and leaving a copy with your next of kin just to be safe. Make sure the insurance policy covers at least emergency helicopter rescue and any other activities involving trekking in high altitudes.

    Are there any safety measures while doing the Manaslu Circuit Teahouse Trek?

    Safety is one of the main focus points during any trek organized by Alpine Eco Trek. Before departing to our trekking start point a detailed trekking briefing will be held in Kathmandu explaining all the safety rules during the trek. With over 20 years of experience in the field, our dedicated team takes great care of you and your safety during the Manaslu Circuit trek. Holding an acclimatization day before heading to the Larke La Pass and trekking at your pace with ample rest stops on the way is how we operate to prevent AMS. The trails during the Manaslu Circuit trek can get rocky and steep but with the help of our team and following our safety regulations we are sure to make this a memorable trek in Nepal for you.

    What is the normal group size during the Manaslu Base Camp Trek?

    Up to 20 persons will be the normal group size during the Manalsu Circuit trek with Alpine Eco Trek. Having the policy; of smaller groups, and better service, we take great care in not overloading our trekking team. This gives room to provide an even better service to every individual trekker. With a minimum of 2 to a maximum of 20 trekkers per group, our guides can easily handle everybody’s needs and give assistance without disturbing the entire group. This way everybody can fully enjoy this incredible Manaslu Circuit trek. With the option of trekking in a private group or choosing our group joining options, all our trekkers can get their own experience.  

    Private Trips or Group Joining

    Private groups mean not being put with random strangers to fill up one trekking group. Instead, you get to trek with only your booking and experience the Manaslu Circuit trek with only familiar faces. You can fill up your own group from 2 to 20 persons with one guide and assistant guides depending on your group size. Got interested to trek privately just prompt for the private option during your booking of the Manaslu Circuit trek.
    Another great way of experiencing this exciting Manalsu Circuit trek is to group joining. With various departure dates set we can let you join up with trekkers from over the world to fill up one group. This is a great chance to meet new people and make lifelong friends while trekking in the Himalayas of Nepal. Group joining is ideal for any age category and during your booking, you can let us know if you want to join a girls' or boys-only group or mixed. Have look at our fixed departures and dates during your booking of this amazing Manaslu Circuit trek.

    How is a trekking day of the Manaslu Circuit hiking tour filled?

    As stated in the above section, the Manaslu Circuit Trek is a bit more difficult than some other treks in Nepal. With average daily trekking hours from 5 to 8 hours, most days will be filled with trekking from morning to late afternoon. To provide an even better service during this trek our Alpine Eco Trek team gives a daily wake-up call between 6 am and 7 am. This allows you to wake up in peace and enjoy your breakfast while our porters start packing. Heading out as early as possible is important to get even better views as in the afternoon it can get cloudy. Lunch will be taken on the way to designated spots with great views. After arriving at the guesthouse during dinner our Alpine Eco Trek guide goes with you over the next day's plan. Being well informed about tomorrow we end the day with a good night's sleep to get ready for our next day of trekking.

    What type of guide do I require during the Manaslu Adventure Trek?

    Alpine Eco Trek provides government-licensed and fluent English-speaking trekking guides during the Manaslu Circuit trek. As the area is mostly inhabited by Tibetan villages with their own cultures and traditions being well informed during the trek is always a better way to enjoy and understand the Himalayan lifestyles. Our trekking guides have many years of experience and take great care in guiding you safely through the Manaslu Circuit.

    What type of equipment do I need for the Manaslu with Larke La Pass Trek?

    Normal trekking gear will be sufficient to successfully complete the Manaslu Circuit trek in Nepal. Alpine Eco Trek does advise bringing some warm clothes and jackets for our crossing of the Larke La Pass. Traversing through snowy trails can get cold without proper clothing! For the rest of the trek good and comfortable trekking shoes, a water bottle, a sleep bag, and trekking sticks are advised to bring with you. Most gear or equipment can be found in Thamel from where we depart to start our amazing trek.

    How can I book this Manaslu trek?

    Once you confirmed the trip, we need a photocopy of your passport along with a 20 percent down payment of the total price for advance flight tickets and hotel booking and permit process.

    How can I enter Nepal?

    Nepal is an easy and popular tourist destination in south Asia. Several airlines have direct and non-stop flights from Europe, America, Australia, the Middle East, and Asia to Kathmandu, the Capital of Nepal.

    Do I have a pre-departure meeting?

    Yes, at first, our staff will receive you at the airport and transfer you to the hotel and our tour leader will brief you regarding the trip. The briefing will cover the itinerary and introduce your trek Leader.

    Can I charge camera batteries along the trek?

    Yes, in most places, you can charge batteries along the trek (per hour USD 2-3 for charging).

    Is someone going to meet me at the airport? Are transfers included?

    Yes, our Airport Representative will come to the airport to pick you up. We will be displaying a placard of our company with your name on it. Airport transfer is included. 

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