Manaslu Round Trek

Manaslu Round Trek is famous trekking trail around the Manaslu region. This trekking is a blend of adventure as well as an exploration of surpassing beauties of the nature. This trekking gets its name from the Manaslu peak, “Mountain of the Spirit” which uprises to height of 8,156m.Opened for visitors in the year1991, the trail of Manaslu trekking starts from the foothills of Gorkha district. Walking through the banks of the Budhi Gandaki river, the trail continues up to Larkya La– the highest point 5235m. Larkya La is originally named as the Lhargyal La which means victory hill. It is a well-loved trek passing through huge precipitous valleys to the contrasting world of Sama, crossing the snow-covered Larkya La Pass, and descending to Marsyangdi Khola. For this trek you must have good health and extra days for strolling about the Glacial Lake and Pungen Glacier.The trekking provides the ultimate scenery of the ten highest peaks over 6500m. Manaslu region is the sanctuary for the endangered species of snow leopard and pandas, Himalayan black bear, Himalayan Goral. 19 types of forests, rhododendron and Himalayan blue pine are abundantly found in this region. Starting from the Arughat the trek ends at the Besisahar, the starting point of Annapurna Circuit Trek. The typical tea house trekking passes through the villages dominated by the Gurungs, Bhutias and Sherpas people. The wonderful experience with the invincible path of the Manaslu trekking crossing the 6 climatic zones (tropical to alpine). If you would like to sample both extremes of this trekking experience in Nepal and really get to see what all the fuss is about in terms of the most awesome mountain scenery on the earth, then look no further than the circuit of Manaslu via Larkya La. Neyshang at the head of Marshyangdi, the Tibetan enclave of Nupri and North of Manaslu at the head of the Buri Gandaki are additional spectacular activities of this trek.
Manaslu Round

Duration: 19 Days

Destinations :  Manaslu  region   

Best Seasons : Feb to June. and Sep to Dec.

Highest Altitude : 5213m.


Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264ft)

Our representative will be at the airport to pick you up to your hotel.

Day 02: Kathmandu: Sightseeing

After having breakfast you will be taken to historical and spiritual site of Kathmandu (The historic Durbar Square, The sacred Hindu temple of Pashupatinath, The famous ‘Monkey Temple’ (Swayambhunath) and Buddhist shrine (Bouddhanath), which are also listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites.

Day 03:Kathmandu to Aarughat

Your trekking aide will meet you at 7:00am to guarantee you get the transport to Arughat, from where your trek starts. It’s an eight hour drive overland, half of which is over rough dirtroads! The asphalt closes after DhadingBensi, opening up to the wild you will soon be climbing!

Day 04: Arughat to Soti Khola

You’ll walk effectively today, logging six hours along the Budhi-Gandaki River trekking towards its wellspring. In transit to the Arkhat River, you’ll pass the villages of Morder and Simre, and afterward rise step by step toward Kyoto Panibefore ceasing at SotiKhola. The waterway is pure and clean, managing the perfect spot for a reviving bath!

Day 05: Soti Khola to Machha Khola

It’s a trip between waterways today as you leave the Soti River and move towards Almara. A wending forest trail bursting at the seams with bright blossoms conveys you to RidenGaon, and the valley of Lambesi. Here, you’ll take after the riverbed of the Budhi-Gandaki before touching base nearby the Machha River where you will spend the night after approximately five to six hours of trekking.

Day 06: Machha Khola to Jagat

We’ll cross the MachhaKhola as we leave camp, and afterward the KharolaBesi. The Tatopani hot spring, which comes next, is a prominent halting point with trekkers. The forest trails welcome you again as you stroll towards Dovan, and afterward some seething rapids at Budhi-Gandaki. The height is expanding rapidly, and you’ll see the scene evolving likewise.

Day 07: Jagat to Ngyak

The terraced slope of Saguleri, with its perspective of ShringiHimal, is your first test as you walk upwards today. SirishGaon is your first point of interest as Gandaki valley strait, and you handle the abrupt trails driving you to Ngyak.

Day 08: Ngyak to Ghap

Walking along the Deng River will bring you to a smaller village with only four houses! A recently built shake burrow goes around the precarious move to Ghap, where Tibetan culture is seen wherever in the chortens and plenitude of Mani stones around you.

Day 09: Ghap to Lho

You’ll traverse the Budhi-Gandaki early and afterward savor the site of an interesting, conventional village and the developing fields around it. You’ll make a brisk stopover in Namru, and afterward cross the Hinan River which starts from icemelted off the Linda Glacier. Sho is the following village and arriving manages enormous perspectives of Naike, Manaslu North, and Manaslu. We’ll touch base in little Lho today, and make camp here.

Day 10: Lho to Sama Gompa

You say goodbye to Lho by going through a stone entryway and the Mani stone walls of the town. The Pungen Glacier is an exceptional side trek from here, managing extraordinary perspectives of Manaslu in its snow-topped grandness! We take after the horizontal moraine of the ice sheet for around six hours today to reach the Sama village and somewhat longer to get to our campground at SamaGompa.

Day 11: Sama Gompa to Stone Hut

People can adjust to the most aloof of atmospheres, and that is demonstrated in the little village of Stone Hut. High, little, and remote, this village of around a couple hundred occupants is packed into forty stone houses as the name recommends, living in a standout amongst the most serious lasting settlements on the planet.

Day 12: Stone Hut Acclimation Day

You’ll have the opportunity to take in more about the general population and culture of Stone Hut as you wait here for one more day. The air is thin at this elevation, and a day of acclimation is important to fight off height infection. Rest, compose, or investigate the little village.

Day 13: Stone Hut to Larkya La, Bhimphedi

You trek eight hours on what is ostensibly the hardest day of your whole experience. You move from Stone Hut towards Cho Chanda, and afterward head steeply tough towards the Larkya La, which is a snowed-over pass. The cruel conditions will be justified, despite all the trouble for the displays of HimlungHimal, CheoHimal, Gyagi Kung, Kang Kuru and Annapurna II. Keeping in mind that you think the plummet will be more straightforward, realize that it is steep and chillingly cool, evading cold moraines in the way to remain at the Bhimphedi village.

Day 14: Bhimphedi to Tilje

Your trek is at long last beginning to get less demanding. The street is all the more lenient today, beginning from an unassuming move through rice paddies to the Karcha La pass. The route down is grand as we cross rhododendron forests and forests of fig trees to reach the Tilje village.

Day 15: Tilje to Tal

The Marshyangdi River will be your guide for the following couple of days. You tail it downstream today, wending your way along a way that crosses few little villages. The Tal village is your destination this evening, and you’ll touch base after around five hours’ walk.

Day 16: Tal to Jagat

You trek for five hours, strolling downstream of the waterway. The way is simple and the trekking is pleasurable – considerably more so given the perspectives of Chamje village and Himalpani.



Day 17: Jagat to Bahundanda

You commence the day with a climb, however it’s very sensible. Right subsequently, the trail heads descending on similarly as tender a review to the town of Sanjee. From that point forward, it’s tough to GhermuPhant, and ahead to stay atBahundanda.

Day 18: Bahundanda to Besisahar

The strolling is charming and simple again now, with the trail twisting downstream of the town of Naadi. You’ll take after the bank of the Marshyangdi River past the Bhulbhule village and then to Besisahar.

Day 17: Drive to Kathmandu

You will drive back to Kathmandu and transferred to Hotel.

Day 18: Free day

Day 19: Final Departure

Our representative will drop you off you at the airport approximately 3 hours before our scheduled flight.

Included in the Cost

  • Airport pickups and drops in a private vehicle
  • Accommodation in Kathmandu  with breakfast
  • Accommodation during the trek
  • All meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek
  • All  transportation on a comfortable private vehicle as per the itinerary
  • Government-licensed trek leader and  guide according to group size .
  • Porter service (2 trekkers: 1 porter)
  • Staff costs including their salary, insurance, equipment, food and accommodation
  • All necessary paperwork and trekking permits .
  • Medical kit
  • All government and local taxes

Not Included in the Cost

  • Nepalese visa fee
  • International airfare to and from Kathmandu
  • Excess baggage charges
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu ,Travel and rescue insurance
  • Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower, etc.)
  • Tips for guide(s), porter(s) and driver(s)


All accommodations are on twin-shared basis.


Best available during  Trek,