Get ready for an incredible trekking experience along the breathtaking Manaslu Circuit! Experience some of the most beautiful views in Nepal, with stunning valleys and picturesque trails that will elevate your adventurous spirit to new heights.
Enjoy Mother Nature’s finest offerings with this indulgent trekking experience in Manaslu Circuit Trek!
As you traverse the Manaslu Circuit, feast your senses on the lush green valleys and shimmering lakes and admire granite cliffs and panoramic snow-capped mountain views. Next, climb through ancient Buddhist monasteries and witness local villages that stay true to their traditional cultures. Finally, relax with a picturesque camping experience of unparalleled beauty and savour the abundance of nature’s bountiful offerings.
Manaslu region has a unique environment and exceptionally rich biodiversity, which have made this region the finest trek destination of Nepal for many years. In addition, the region consists of diverse artistic culture, a natural panorama of the magnificent Himalayan ranges, high-altitude romantic glacier lakes and fascinating flora and fauna. This region’s natural and cultural features have made it one of Nepal’s most popular trek destinations. However, it is a restricted area requiring special trek permits to enter the Manaslu region for foreign trekkers.
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Enjoy 2 weeks week-guided trek to Manaslu Circuit starting from Arughat after a 6-hour drive from Kathmandu. Day 01 will be your arrival day in Kathmandu; the following day, you will get the final pre-trek information of the trek, and our trek agency will prepare a trekking permit for the Manaslu trek. After that, you may enjoy a day visit to local sites of Kathmandu at your leisure. On day 3, you will start your Manaslu adventure.
During the trek, your guide and assistant porter(s) will look after you. We will provide meals and accommodation at locally-owned tea house lodges on tour.
The highest elevation of the Manaslu Trek will be Larkey Pass, which is 5135 meters above sea level, offering an impressive view of the region. We also have an extensive trek option to Tsum Valley if you can make it a week longer in addition to the regular Manaslu Trek.