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Trek Manaslu 22 days.

Mt. Manaslu, at 8,156 meters, the eighth highest point on earth. Manaslu was attempted by Japanese expeditions every year from 1950 until 1956. The first ascent of Manaslu was scaled by Japanese expedition in 1956. However this area has been opened to trekkers only since 1991. Much of the information about this area is available only with Japanese. So it became known as “ Japanese Mountain.” This trek route is remote and rescue facilities, which are harder than most in Nepal.

In many places the wall of Bhudi Gandaki valley are steep, so we can walk along the bottom of the valley. There is a huge amount of wasted of climbing involved in the beginning of first 10 days as we climb up and down over the ridges and bypass the lofty cliff. The trail is rough and it often literally hangs on a bluff high above the river. The trek is geographically spectacular, culturally fascinating and traverse a strong living Tibetan cultural environment and spectacular wilderness. Moreover, Larke La (5100 m) is certainly an unforgettable pass crossing in Nepal Himalayan. This trek starts either from Trishuli, Arughat and Gorkha and ends at Besisahar.

The Tibetans of the upper Bhudi Gandaki are direct descendants of Tibetan immigrations. Their speech, dress and customs are almost similar to Tibetan. There is still continues trade between Nupri, the inhabitants living in the upper Bhudi Gandaki region. in low region there are many other castes of peoples like Bramans, Chhetries, Newars, Ghales, Gurungs, Tamangs. There are other un touchable groups in large number which called (Kami:- Blacksmiths, Sarki :- Cobblers and Damaies:- tailors.)

Because much of this trek in a region of strong Tibetan influenced, many places have Tibetan names. Bauddha Himal, Himal Chuli, Parbat Himal and Budhi Himal are in side Manaslu ranges. the Tibetan Ranges is even more closer in the borderline ranges in this region.

Entry system in this region has little different than others. The collecting fees from the tourists goes to the (A.C.A.P.) Annapurna Conservation Area Project.

« Trek Itinerary »
  1. Arrival Kathmandu – Hotel 3**.
  2. Kathmandu Sight seen, (Syambunath, Boudanath & Pasupatinath).
  3. Drive to Gorkha 1060m. 6 hrs Drive.
  4. Trek to Khankhok 930m. 5-6 hrs.
  5. Trek to Arughat Bazer 608m. 5-6 hrs.
  6. Trek to Khursanibari 820m. 6-7 hrs.
  7. Trek to Machha Khola 870m. 6-7 Hrs.
  8. Trek to Jagat 1340m. 5-6 hrs.
  9. Trek to Deng 1860m. 5-6 hrs.
  10. Trek to Namrung 2630m. 6-7 hrs.
  11. Trek tLho 3180m. 5-6 hrs.
  12. Trek to Samagaun 3520m. 4-5 hrs.
  13. Free Day for rest and Visit Monastery.
  14. Trek to Samdo 3765m. 3-4 hrs.
  15. Trek to Dharamsala (Larke Phedi)  4460m. 4-5 hrs.
  16. Trek to Bimthang 3585m. 8-9 hrs. Pass Larke La 5153m.
  17. Trek to Tilije 2260m. 6-7 hrs.
  18. Trek to Jagat 1290m. 6-7 hrs.
  19. Trek to Syange (3-4 hrs) and drive to Basishar. 840m. By local Jeep, rough/Bompi road. 2-3 hrs.
  20. Drive to Kathmandu 6-7 hrs.
  21. Free Day for Shopping.
  22. Departure.

Trip cost

2-4 Pax :- USD 1670/ Euro 1265/ per person.

5-8 Pax :- USD 1615/ Euro 1225/ Per person.

9-12 Pax :- USD 1565/ Euro 1185/ Per person.

Over 13 pax :- USD 1525/ Euro 1155/ Per person.

The cost Include:

  1. Transport from Airport to Hotel (Pick up and Departure)
  2. All Land Transportation. (Kathmandu to Gorkha Bazer and basi Shar to Kathmandu by Private Car/Jeep/Bus)
  3. Trekking Permit (TIMS), Restricted area Permit, Manaslu and Annapurna Canservation and National park Permit.
  4. All entrance fees at list Itinerary.
  5. Accommodation (Twin share with attach bath: -Katmandu with breakfast) And North face tent on camping Trek.
  6. Food on trek. (Prepare by Trekking Chef, cook).
  7. Sleeping bag, down jacket and Sleeping Mat.
  8. English speaking Guide and Assistant guide.
  9. Porters or Pack Animals to carry Personal gear and Group Equipment.
  10. All Staffs, Guide, Cook, Assistants Guide, Kitchen helpers and Potters or Pack animal (Horse, Mule and Yak).
  11. Cooking, Eating and Porter age Equipments.
  12. Personal Baggies 15 kg maximum per person.
  13. Equipment for staff and potters.
  14. Insurance for staff.
  15. Comprehensive Medical Kit.
  16. 1-day sight seen around Kathmandu Normally 3 place with city Guide.

The cost exclude

1. Personal Expenses such as Drinks, Postage, Laundry.
2. Food in Kathmandu.
3. International Flights.
4. Nepal Visa.
5. Travel Insurance.
6. Emergency Evacuation. (Landslide, Emergency rescue and extra porter if you take).
7. Tips and Gratuities.
8. Personal equipments,

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