• Larke Laa Pass (5106 meter)
• Suspension Bridge
• Less crowded region
• Off-the-beaten trail
• Beautiful villages, monasteries, lakes and glacier
• Panoramic mountain view range
• Divine scene
• Delightful flora and fauna
• Inhabit of Tibetan origin
• Restricted Area Permit
• Minimum Two Pax
About Manaslu Circuit Trek - 14 days
Manaslu Circuit Trek or Manaslu Larke PassTrek whichever name that you choose the trail never fails to astound you. It is probably the most commercialized and trekked restricted trekking destination after Upper Mustang. Trekkers are mandatorily required to do Manaslu Circuit Trek with the licensed trekking guide and in a group of 2 or more people. It is a great way to understand the culture and nature of the hilly – Himalayan belts of Nepal.
Manaslu Circuit Trek is within the Manaslu Conservation Area Project and requires a special permit from Nepal Government. Trekkers will have to take permission from the MCAP as well as ACAP as the trail reaches the Annapurna Circuit Trek route as well. Trekkers will follow the Gandaki River up to its source i.e. Mt. Manaslu. Suspension bridges, hilly – Himalayan community, coniferous-deciduous forests to alpine forests, and unlimited wonders of Mother Nature make it the best walking trail ever.
Terraced farmlands and the shifting vegetations are other attractions to observe during Manaslu Circuit Trek. It offers people, mountains, and forests to experience in one single trip. The most enthralling and challenging portion of Manaslu Circuit Trek is the crossing of Larke La Pass. From the top of Larke La Pass, the scenery of the mountains look spectacular. From the Annapurna range to the Manaslu range, one can relish the panoramic view of mountains. On the other side of the pass, trekkers will meet the Annapurna Circuit Trek trailheads. Cherish the splendid restricted trekking course of Nepal. Relish the untainted beauty of Mother Nature and encounter the great hospitality of the hill – Himalayan people of Nepal. Manaslu Circuit Trek will help you create the tale of an outstanding walking holiday. Himalayan Ecological Trekking will make your dreams true.
Our representative will you pick you up at the Airport and drop your Hotel. Then, our representative will explain about the plans for sightseeing tour in Kathmandu.
- Airport pick up and drop all with tour planning
- 3-star category hotel with BB plan in the city
- Teahouse or homestay accommodation during the trek
- During the trek all meals:- Breakfast, Lunch and dinner
- All Government paperwork with National park fees
- Company Duffel bag
- All transportation as per itinerary
- Insurance and Equipment Nepali crew
- Government license holder Trekking Guide and Porter (2 Trekker = I porter)
- City Tour Guide with entrance fees and private vehicle
- Medical Kit ( first add box)
- All government and local taxes
- Farewell dinner tradition Nepali restaurant with culture program
- Nepali visa fee
- Personal expenses
- Travel and Rescue insurance
- City meals ( Lunch Dinner) and Extra night due to early arrival from trekking overstay compare to itinerary any reason
- Tips for Guide, porter and Driver ( all Crew)
1. Where is Manaslu?
Mount Manaslu is the world’s eighth highest peak in the world and a part of the Nepalese Himalaya which is located in the west-central part of Nepal. It is in the high subrange of Himalaya (Marsiri Himal), about 100 km northwest of Kathmandu.
2. What is the best time for Manaslu circuit trek?
Autumn and spring season is the best time to trek to Manaslu Circuit. Little cold weather, clean mountains at night, warm and clear days, and clouds beginning to appear in the afternoon make a traveler's view spectacular during this season.
3. How difficult is Manaslu trek?
The difficulty level for Manaslu trek is considered as moderately difficult. The region's rugged and remote lands actually require a lengthy walk. The trekkers are need to travel through steep trails and rocks.
4. Is permit required for Manaslu circuit trek?
A special permit is required to travel to the trials of Manaslu Circuit. As trekking region lies in the remote region of Nepal mostly trekkers are found to be lost and getting altitude sickness. To avoid these circumstances, Nepal government has made a guide and special permit mandatory in this region.
5. What are the required permits for Manaslu circuit trek?
Mostly permits are managed by Nepal government’s registered company. The permit fees will vary according to seasons. For additional information, there are three permits required to trek through Manaslu region.
• Special Restricted Area Permit for Manaslu (Manaslu RAP Permit)
• Manaslu Conservation Area Project (MCAP Permit)
• Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP Permit)
6. What is Manaslu circuit trek permit cost?
The trekking permits fees are organized by Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN) and varies according to seasons. Please click the link below for more information.
Trekking permit fees
7. Manaslu Trek without guide!
Most area of Manaslu region is restricted region as declared by the Nepal Government. A license guide and permits are mandatory during the trek. In order to help carry out search and rescue operations for trekkers in case of natural calamities and other accidents by means of Authentic Information Service. This is done for trekkers’ safety and security.
8. How do I prevent from altitude sickness?
As license guide are mandatory in this region, a trained guide will take very good care of the trekker. In exceptional cases if the symptoms of altitude sickness are seen then climb slowly; avoid travelling more than 300 m-500 m a day, avoid smoking and drinking, take rest and drink plenty of water.
9. How high is Manaslu Circuit Trek?
During a trek, the trekkers will pass through Larkya La pass which is the highest point of destination and has maximum altitude of 5106 meter above the sea level.
10. Foods and accommodation in Manaslu Circuit Trek!
As of its off-beaten-trial and restricted region, There are limited number of tea houses which are also enough sufficient for a trekker for spending overnight. The lavishing meal are provided in the tea houses of this region which are cereals, toast bread item, egg items, pancakes, soups, pasta, spaghetti, sandwich, potato item and pure Nepali dish daal bhaat.