Manaslu Cicruit Trek Itinerary

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Trekking through the remote village of the Manalsu region and towards the 8th highest mountains in the world, Mt Manaslu, crossing the highest pass of Larkya La Pass which id the attractive and the vantage point of Manaslu region which provide the breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks. Exploring the cultural and tradition of the Magar and Gurung people, enjoying the geographical diversity in the Buddhist, Magar and Gurung village. Enjoying the natural and scenic beauty of the Himalayan flora and fauna with the warm and welcoming hospitality of the ethnic people, Manaslu Circuit trek itinerary is a very beautiful trek with an amazing experience of being closet to the stunning snow-capped mountains.

Mt Manaslu is one of the eighth of the fourteen highest mountain in the world. in other words Mt Manaslu is the eighth highest snow-capped peaks in the world which is standing with a height of 8163 meters and lies in the Gorkha District and this area is protected by the Manaslu Conservation Area Project (MCAP). Manaslu Region trekking trail is one of the remote trekking routes in Nepal which takes you around Mt Manaslu, the breathtaking Manaslu Base Camp and larky La pass. The major highlight of the Manaslu Circuit Trek is Larkya La Pass. Larkya La Pass is the longest pass in Nepal and is also situated at the highest altitude.

Trekking around the Manaslu region offers amazing views and experience of being very closest in nature. The closest views of the snow-capped mountains with the glacier ridges and the landscapes make your adventure hike more beautiful and experienced. Also, the glacier rivers, glacier lakes, and waterfalls which you will cross during the walk makes your trip more beautiful and dee the beauty to the trip.

You will pass through the many ancient villages along the way, cross many scattered villages where the people live with the quite simple and traditional lifestyle. You will get to enjoy their culture and tradition, experience their warm hospitality, here you will see the high influence of the Tibetan Buddhist culture and also here people are very far from modern technologies. It means you will be very far from busy and hustling life. The nature and the scenic beauty of the trek blended with the warm and the welcoming hospitality of the locals will give the amazing experience and make it a memorable trip.

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Trip Facts of Manaslu Circuit Trek Itinerary

  • Trekking Region: Manaslu region
  • Trek Difficulty: Challenging
  • Trek duration: 16 days
  • Best season to Trek: March to May and September to November
  • Maximum Elevation: Larkya La Pass (5106 meetrs/16,752 ft)
  • Trek starting: Soti Khola
  • Trek Ending: Besisahar
  • Accommodation: Teahouse/Lodges and Hotel
  • Transportation: Private vehicle
  • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Highlights of the Manalsu Circuit Trek itinerary

  • It is less crowded than another popular trek like Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Circuit Trek. in other words, it is 10 times fewer trekkers then this trekking trail on the Manalsu Trial.
  • The Manaslu trekking route is wild and remote but there is teahouse at everyday rest point so that trekkers don't need to carry the tents and food while trekking making it more accessible and affordable as similar to the other trek.
  • While trekking to the Manalsu circuit trek you don't need to take the domestic flight as it can be reached over the land.
  • The trail follows the Budi Gandaki-which is a deep and along river gorge with many suspension bridges, it means trekking to the trek offer you the beautiful experience to cross the suspension bridges.
  • You will walk through the subtropical forest covered with the oak and bamboo covered with the blooms rhododendrons, through the Himalayan foothills to the high.
  • You will also pass Larkya la pass standing above the 5100 meters/1700 feet- the attractive and the vantages point of the trek which offers the surrounding views of the snow-capped mountains.

Benefits of trekking Manaslu Circuit Trek itinerary

  • Private transportation to your hotel in Kathmandu for the trek and after ending, transfer you from your hotel to Kathmandu's International Airport. (Tribhuvan Internationa Airport).
  • By your guide provide you the time to time checkup, provide Pulse Oximeter for Blood Oxygen saturation level monitor while trekking in the high altitude.
  • First as well as all medical Kit
  • Arrangement of your rest place, you all meals.
  • Well, the arrangement of sleeping bags, down jackets and other trekking equipment if you do not have your own.

Manaslu Circuit Trek Itinerary Difficulty

Here are a few things that make the Manaslu Circuit Trek itinerary difficulty.

The distance of the Manaslu Circuit Trek

Manaslu circuit trek and this region lie in the northern Himalayan range and the west-central part of the Gorkha district. This trek is very beautiful ad unique as the terrain ranges from its lower point of 228 meters to the 8163 meters of the world's eighth highest mountains.

During the Manalsu Circuit Trek, you will cover around 177 Kilometers in the total distances. On the beautiful 16 days itinerary, you'll be walking for 10-12 days with an average distance each day of approximately 15-20 Km, which can quite more hike for you.

The first few days on the Manaslu circuit Trekking trail be will quite difficult as the Budhi Gandaki Gorge is harrowing steep. You will be also walking through the breezy trail and also you will cross many suspension bridges above the fats flowing Budhi Gandaki rivers. Crossing the highest pass of the trek-Larkye La Pass at the altitude of 5213 meters will be very challenging. Also, the walk through the unfamiliar terrain and rocky trail demand good strength and experience.

The weather of the Manaslu Circuit Trek

The weather plays a huge rule for determining the Manaslu trek difficulty. During the trekking, you walk through the six climate zones including the tropical zones, the temperature zone, the subalpine, alpine and the arctic zone.

The heavy rain, freezing nights, blazing sun and chill wind are all possible while trekking in this region. The days in this region are greeny warm, dry and clear whereas the nights are freezing. So it is very important to pack all the necessary gears and the equipment regarding the season you planned to trek.

Trekking the Manaslu Circuit Trekking during the winter season is very challenging compared to another season due to the heavy snowfall, the high pass-Larkay la pass is closed due to the high level of snow and also many teahouses remain closed. Trekking in summer and monsoon season means you should expect a heavy region. Due to the heavy rainfalls, the trail is slimmer and muddy, walking through the forest means full of leeches, the mosquitoes and bugs can also obstacle you during the walk.

Spring is the best season for trekking Manaslu Circuit trek due to the clear weather, and the beautiful views of the snow-capped mountains are just majestic during this time. It is also perfect times to see the blooms rhododendrons and other beautiful and gree Himalayan flora and fauna.

Another favorable season to trek the Manalsu Circuit Trek is the Autumn season. it is also known as the peak season for the trekking and adventure experience due to the pleasant weather and mindblowing views.

So, the Manaslu Circuit Trek itinerary difficulty on the basis of the weather condition can be reduced if you choose the best season to spend your holidays.

Altitude sickness during the Manaslu Circuit Trek

Altitude sickness also makes a Manaslu Circuit Trek especially while hiking in the high altitude.

Firest lest discuss the Altitude sickness. Altitude sickness is also known as acute mountain sickness. It refers to the group of the problem that strick while hiking quickly.

As the Manaslu trek has a great variation in the term of the altitude, you will walk from the very high altitude and reach to the high altitude. So the major difficulty you could face during the Manaslu Circuit trek is the altitude sickness and your ability to adjust to the high altitude.

As we said before the Manaslu circuit trek starts from the lower altitude of the Soti Khola which is at the altitude at 700 meters and reaches to the high altitude at 5213 meters at the larky La pass. So while trekking in this high altitude everyone is at the risk of the altitude sickness but known or being well-informed about the altitude sickness can lower your stress and the risk of it.

Some symptoms of the altitude sickness are:

  • Loss of appetite
  • Difficulty in breathing
  • Problem in Sleeping
  • Heard ache
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Fainting
  • Vomiting

To prevent altitude sickness, you should take the following precaution.

  • Don't rust hurriedly, climb slowly because your body needs two or three days of time of slowly hiking and moving ahead in order to adjust the atmospheric pressure of that altitude.
  • Carry the chocolates bar and candy because while hiking in the higher altitude, your body requires more calories so carry the healthy snacks continuing carbohydrates.
  • Avoid consuming alcohol, cigarettes, and medications like sleeping pills while trekking as it can make altitude sickness too worse.
  • Drink plenty of water around 4-5 liter per day because staying hydrated is very important in preventing altitude sickness.
  • If you feel a headache or feel sick or difficulty breathing then stop and rest where you are, take the appropriate medication and inform your guide immediately so that he can provide you with some immediate treatment.

Cardiovascular fitness for the Manaslu Circuit Trek

For the Manalsu Circuit Trek, you need to have good and healthy cardiovascular fitness. It helps to increase the ability of your heart and lunch to supply oxygen-rich blood to the muscles during the trek.

Trekking in the high altitude as the altitude increase, the air pressure decrease which means less oxygen to breathe. So to adjust with the less oxygen, you need to build your cardiovascular fitness.

Cycling, swimming, running, jocking, walking and another exercise while the focus on your arms and legs are some great exercises to develop your cardiovascular fitness.

Mental preparation for the Manaslu Circuit Trek

You can only dream or imagine how your trek will be until you actually start the trek. so to get the feel of how your body will react when you hike to long hours of walking, you should complete a few one-day treks.

There are plenty of the short treks hiking in the Kathmandu valley, you can try before trekking to the Manaslu Circuit.

Doing this will help you prepare your self mentally for the upcoming challenging Manaslu Circuit Trek.

Manaslu Circuit Trek itinerary

Day to day activities of the Manaslu Circuit Trek

Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu

Upon your arrival at the Tribhuvan International airport in Kathmandu, our representative will greet you with the Nepali culture and transfer you to your hotel. You will be welcome by a non-alcoholic welcome drink. Take a rest, enjoy the hot/cold shower.

  • Overnight at Kathmandu
  • Included meal: breakfast, Luch and Dinner

Day 02: City tour or free day explore around and shop on your own.

Today's early breakfast is followed by the short sightseeing tour around the Kathmandu valley. In this leisure day, you will either enjoy the short sightseeing tour around the heritage sites or enjoy this day by doing the shopping around the Thamel, buy the necessary areas for the trekking.

The sightseeing tour includes the visiting to the Boudhanath Stupa, Pashupatinath, Swyombhunatth and the city old palace complex which is listed in the UNESCO world heritage sites including Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square. After exploring some of these places you will grab your lunch during the sightseeing. After visiting these you will be back to your hotel, enjoy the hot shower, rest for a while and enjoy the evening views of the Thamel.

  • Overnight at the Hotel in Kathmandu
  • Included meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 03: Drive to Soti Khola

After having the early breakfast and driving on the Prithivi Highway form the Kathmandu is very breathtaking, you will cross the several green hills and scattered villages and valley, enjoying the fast-flowing beautiful river views of the Trishul river. After 2-3 hours drive, you will react at Dhading Besi- the District headquarter. From here you will be driving to the Arughatwhere the road is quite rough, you will experience the up and down. Hereafter having the after breakfast. You will enjoy the short tours around the Arughat and afterward proceed with the drive to Soti Khola. Arughat is the huge settlements of the Brahmin, Chhetri. This valley is aggregate on both sides of the Budi Gandaki rivers and the suspensions bridges. Here you will enjoy the mindblowing views of the terrains farms, dense forest of sal, oak. After enjoying the short tour you will drive to Soti Khola for the next two hours. Following the small scattered villages and Budhi Gandaki rivers, you will get to see the amazing views of Manaslu and Ganesh Himal. During the drive, you will see the beautiful views of the mountains.

  • Overnight at Lodge/Hotel in Soti Khola
  • Included meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 04: Soti Khola to Machhakhola

After having the early breakfast you will leave Soti Khola village to continue your long walk to reach Machhakhola. You will step forward enjoy the picturesque views of the waterfalls and the tributary. Crossing the dense forest covered with the sal woodland. After crossing the dense forest you will hike the ridge of the Budhi Gandaki on the way to the Living which is at the altitude of 750 meters. Passing through the up and down and unfeeling trial you will reach the Khursane. Walking along the Budhi Gandaki you will see the beautiful Annapurna views between the Bahundanda and Syange which is very incredible. After enjoying yo will trek down the rice Terrance which leads up to the Lapresi- a beautiful Gurung village. Rest for a while and continue to trek. the further path takes you through the dense forest, crossing some scattered villages. After following the up and down paths, crossing the suspension bridges you will reach Machha Khola.

  • Overnight at Lodge/Hotel in Machhakhola
  • Included meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 05: Machhakhola to Jagat

After spending one-night t Machhakhola, early morning with the morning breakfast, we will head to one of the most beautiful views of Manalsu region-Jagat. Today we will continue our journey by ascending/hiking through the gorge p the rivers. Enjoy the views of the terrains and the Hilly landscapes, you will cross the taro Khola which flows in a rocky cavetto reaching the Khola Besi. During the walk you will the beautiful snow-capped peak like Mt Manaslu and mt Kutang are seen as they are beautifully standing on the ground

Choral Besi is the small and the beautiful Gurung villages of the region and also beautiful spots of many trekking routes such as Manalsu Circuit Journey and the Tsum Valley trek. From here we will hike to the Tatopani-the amazing hot. Then with the little climb, you will cross the Budhi Gandaki rivers over a suspension bridge. Walk a bit takes you to the Jagat.

  • Overnight at the available lodge/teahouse in Jagat.
  • Included meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 06: Jagat to Deng

Today, we will trek to the hilly village of the Deng, the trail is very beautiful by the stunning landscapes, dense sub-tropical forest, and the small villages. During the adventure walk, you will also climb to the ridge heading to the Saller-Salleri is the beautiful village of the route and also famous rest spots, from here crossing the Sirdibas you will continue to the Ghatta Khola. Chasing the trail through the millet field you will reach to the Ekle Bhatti, heading to the Budhi Gandaki river you will finally reach Deng.

  • Overnight at the teahouse/Lodge
  • Included meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 07: Deng to Namrung

Today, we will begin our walk crossing the Buddhi Gandaki River. During the hiking, we will encounter the Manaslu Conservation area. Manaslu Conservation Area is the home of the 33 species of the mammals including some rare animals like Snow-leopard, Musk Deer and Himalayan Thar.

There are over the 110 species of the birds and three species of the reptiles and you will also see more 1500-2000 species of the flowering plants. From here you will also see the snow-capped mountains including Mt Sarang Himal (7161 meters) and you will cross many dense forests of sal, oak-covered with the blooms rhododendrons leads to the Namrung.

  • Overnight at the available teahouse in Namrung
  • Included meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 08: Namrung to Samagaon

Today, you will hike towards the altitude over the 3000 meters. Today you will hike the hilltops to enjoy the majestic views of the Ganesh Himal (7422meters) and HImchuli (7863 meters). Ascending forward crossing the several passes. Walking through the dense forest of bamboo and oak-covered with the blooms rhododendrons, hiking down to the Lho through the prayer flags and stone cranes continuing to Shayla. After crossing these you will reach the Samagaon.

  • Overnight at available teahouse at Samagaon
  • Included meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 09: Rest and acclimatization day

Today is the rest and acclimatization day of your trek. but actually, you will not stay in the hotel or explore the village but you will hike towards the Manaslu Base Camp. we enjoy the surrounding views of the snowcapped mountains, breathtaking views of Mt Manaslu and many un-named peaks. After spending some time at the base cap, capturing the stunning views of the mountain in Samagaon. If you have extra time then you can explore the village enjoy their culture and program.

  • Overnight at Samagaon.
  • Included meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 10: Samagaon to Samdo

Today on the Manaslu Circuit Trek you will enjoy the up and down hiking, leaving to the Samagaon towards the Samdo. Our adventure journey begins with a steep descend towards the Budhi Gandaki before making your way towards the valley. During the walk, you will enjoy the stunning mountain vista.

The trail takes you through the deep into the alpine forest covered with the blooms rhododendrons before reaching the beautiful villages of Kermo Kharka. Then walking ahead we will detect the familiar Budhi Gandaki beyond the beautiful trail which leads to the Samdo.

  • Overnight at the teahouse in Samdo
  • Included meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 11: Samdo to Dharamsala/Larke Base Camp

Today will be the best and memorable day of your trek as today you will hike to the Larkye base Camp leaving the Samdo villages. Our destination for today will be Dharmasala which is also known as the house of the beautiful base camp of larky La Pass. After having the early breakfast you will head towards the Larkya bazaar- which is a famous Tibetan trading place in very ancient times. You will also experience the up and down hike on today's trekking downwards to the Budhi Gandaki and reach to the larky glacier. The continuous walking towards the Salla Khola leads you to the Dharmasala. Enjoy the breathtaking views of Larkya la Pass and its amazing base camp.

  • Overnight at the available teahouse in Dharmasala
  • Included meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.

Day 12:Larke Base Camp to Larkya Pass (5160m) to Bimthang

Early in the morning after having the morning breakfast, we cross the Larkya la Pass (5160 meters). Larkya le pass is the highest altitude of the trek and also an attractive viewpoint to enjoy the surrounding views of the majestic mountains. Today you will walk pretty long hours enjoy the views of the world's largest mountains. The trekking journey begins with a steep ascending towards the northern end of the Larkya glacier.

The trekking trail gets steeper and steeper with the increasing altitudes, benignly after a long hike, you will reach to the Larkya La Pass. The views of the Mt Manaslu (8163 meters), Ngadi Chuli (7871 meters), Samdo (6335 meters) and other un-named, as well as countless peak over the (6500 meters), are easily views which are magnificent. Then after enjoying the views and capturing them in your cameras. You will descend to Bimthang.

  • Overnight at Bimthang
  • Included meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 13: Bimthang to Dharapani

Our long way back to your initial places begins. After having the morning breakfast, you will continue to descend from the Bimthang to Dharapani. Once again while hiking down you will descend to Budhi Gandaki towards the Sangre Kharka. Continue ascending takes you through the terraced farmland, leads you to the Tilije. After resting while in Tilije, you will head towards which lies under the Annapurna Conservation Area. Now you will head towards the stone ridges crossing the Mani stones and seas of the preyer flags towards the Thonje and after the certain walk from the Thonje, you will reach Dharapani. Explore the charming village enjoy the cultural heritage of the place, enjoy locals culture and tradition.

  • Overnight at Dharapani
  • Included meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 14: Drive to Kathmandu

The final day of your Manaslu circuit trek, today we will head back to the Kathmandu from the Dharapani crossing the hustling and bustling town on he way. Your journey begins on the familiar Prithvi Highway surrounded by the beautiful landscapes, with the mind-blowing views of the Trishuli rivers. After a 4-5 hours drive, you will finally reach the hustling and Bustling town of Kathmandu. Enjoy the hot shower.

  • Overnight at Kathmandu
  • Included meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day15: Kathmandu leisure day/farewell dinner

Today is going to be your last day after a long trek in the quite off-beaten trail. It is also the spare day of your trek, it means you can spend this day by enjoying local handicraft and their good shopping around the Thamel. You can also blow all your tiredness by enjoying the spa and massages. Enjoying the day in the evening Nepal Hiking trek will host a dinner for the beautiful success of the trek. you can enjoy the local cuisine with cultural dances.

  • Overnight at the Hotel in Kathmandu
  • Included meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 16: Departure

Today is the last day of your trek, packing you all goods from your hotel, with the final goodbye to your close friends then Nepal Hiking Trek representative will drop you to the international airport before2-3 hours of your flight. Have a safe journey to your home country. Keep visiting us!!

The major expense for Manaslu Circuit trek itinerary

The major expenses for the Manaslu Circuit Trek are categorized as follows:

Cost for the permit

The Manaslu region is a beautiful conservation area in Nepal and also lies within the restricted region in Nepal. so to trek in this region, you will need an authorized permit.

Therefore, there are necessarily three permits that you need to receive and forth permit is if you plan to trek the Tsum Valley.

Manaslu restricted permit

The Manaslu restricted permit is the very special permit and necessary permits which are issued dor this region. Depending on the number of the days you will spend in this region, which you will pay accordingly.

The cost of the permits is different if you trek in a different season. As if you plan to trek in pick season like September, October and November you have to pay more but if you trek in December, January, February, august then you have to pay less compared to this season.

  • For the months from September to November: USD 70 per week per person and an additional USD 10 per additional day.
  • For months from December through August: USD 50 per week per person and an additional USD 7 per additional day.

Annapurna Conservation Area permit

  • Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) is equal for everyone and equal while trekking in a different season. as you have to pay USD 23 per person.

Manaslu Conservation Area permit

  • Manaslu Conservation Area permit cost USD 23 per person.

Tsum Valley Restricted Permit (if Tsum Valley is included in you trekking packages)

  • Tsum Valley restricted Permit is USD 35 per week per person.

Note: if you have the special authorized trekking permit. So you don't need to make the TIMS (trekking Information Management System) for this trekking route.

The top reason to Trek Manaslu Circuit Trek itinerary

Beautiful mountains views

While trekking around the Manaslu region, one can enjoy the attractive views of Himchuli (7893 meters), Mt Manaslu (8163 meters), Shiringi (7187 meters. Ganesh Himal, Ngadi Huli (7879 meters), Annapurna ranges and many other snow-capped mountains, you will also walk through the varied landscapes, through the different Himalayan flora and fauna, which makes your trek more beautiful.

Challenging Larkya La Pass

Manaslu Larke La Pass is the challenging pass of the trek which is believed to be in the highest point of the trek and is the best views point of the Manaslu Region that exposes the most beautiful views of the mountains. From this point, you can enjoy the breathtaking views of Mt Manaslu, Ganesh Himal and Annapurna ranges and many other surrounding snowy peaks.

Less busy trail

Manaslu circuit trek is less popular compared and less visited trekking trail compared to the other trek like Everest Base Camp Trek or Annapurna Base Camp Trek. though the Manalsu circuit trek is fewer visited the isolated village you encounter upon this trek is very beautiful, you will see a few numbers of the trekkers it means you can enjoy every step of your trek. however, September to November is the busiest month of this region, but also you will see less number of trekkers comparing to another trekking region. You will also get the best trekking packages for trekking in this region. If you like to explore the place which is less traveled, very peace and less commercial then this trekking journey is for you.

Remote lifestyle

Manaslu Circuit Trek itinerary offers you to enjoy the diverse ranges of the presents ecosystem, you can enjoy the remote lifestyle of the local inhabitants, which is highly influenced by the Tibetan Culture and the fantastic mountain scenery. In this region the modernization and Commercialization have not touched the purity of the environment, it means you can enjoy the fresh and beautiful nature. Nepal is gaining huge popularity in the area which is quite untouched by modernization means you can enjoy nature being very far from the hustling and the bustling life. So trekking to the Manaslu region will be best for you if you are looking very adventure route and will be a time-travel experience.

Best Time to trek Manaslu Circuit Trek itinerary

Late December to Early March

The cold time of the yers. The cold you will feel during the trek will be balanced by the sight of the beautiful screen of the frozen waterfalls and the rivers. However while hiking in the high altitude above the beautiful village of Namrung, you will have to trek on the snow-covered trail and which makes too risky to reach to the Manaslu base camp. the way to the Larkya La Pass is closed in this season due to the high snow level and also due to the cold and winter season, the lodges at the high altitude like Dharmasala remain closed. But the days are pretty clear and good too.


trekking in this time needs the proper trekking training, should carry the proper technical gears and all the equipment need to trek in these periods. Trekking in this time is best suited to those who are extreme adventure lovers and with extra stamina and some experience better-using snow and ice gear.

March to Late may

From this time, the spring season begins where the rhododendrons start to blooms and Birendra lakes are starting to melt. Villagers who had done to the lower altitude of nearby cities for the winter slowly return to this home and during the mid-may, you will see the climbers and their expeditions around the Manaslu base camp. being quite near to the winter season you will experience the occasional snowfalls but during the mid-may, it is very hot at the starting and the ending of the trek so be well prepared for it.


Make sure to carry all the necessary gears and the equipment and also you don't need to carry the snow-gear as any snowfalls will not last longs.

June to Mid-September

June to Mid-September falls n the monsoon season, trekking in this season offer you the beautiful natural scenery, rain-washed everything and give the clean scenery of the forest and pastures is also lush and green. But in the rainy season, mosquitoes and the bugs are all around and also walking in the dense forest means you should be aware of the leeches which are not serious but also not pleasant. The trail will be slippery and during the walk, you will see many small streams will have grown which is not possible to cross by the smaller wooden bridges so it may have to give more effort to walk to the higher suspension bridges. But the great effort takes you to the beauty of the trek.


while trekking in this season you should take little more care on the slippery trail. June, July, and August are the months where you will experience the largest amount of rains.

Mid-September to Mid December

Mid-September to Mid December falls in the autumn season which is the most peak season to trek in Nepal and also the best time to trek in Manaslu. But all the price of the restricted permit of the region also goes up in this season.

The temperature is neither too hot and nor too cold, the weather is also pretty goods as the sky is blue and the views of the snow-capped mountains are also perfectly clear. It is also the best time to climb the Larke Peak. This periods of the time attract many visitors and trekker because of the clear and the beautiful day. So you will see many trekkers on the trail.


Being quite near to the winter season, from late November the morning and night is too cold. So make sure to carry the winter jackets and all the necessary gears and equipment for the trek.

In this article we have discussed all the highlights and benefits you get while trekking Manaslu Circuit Trek and also we have discussed the day to day activities we followed while enjoying the trek. if you want to know more about the Manaslu Circuit Trek Itinerary then mail us:

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