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There is no doubt that the Manaslu Circuit Trek is the world popular traveling and trekking destination. Nepal will provide you with all kind of environment for adventure trek, tour and other adventure activities you want to experience and won't disappoint you in any way, whether you're looking for the short trek, long trek or city tour or even a trek to an off-beaten path.

Nepal has the most amazing and beautiful off-beaten trek for adventure lovers.

One of the most popular off-beaten trekking path among the trekkers in Manaslu Circuit Trek. It is one of the most challenging and adventurous treks in Nepal. Manaslu Circuit trek is the classic and legendary trek with the stunning views of the Mt Manaslu-the the eighth highest mountain in the world. with a height of 8163 meters. The trials of the Manaslu circuit trek takes you through the diver's landscapes, dense sal, and rhododendron forest, ancient monasteries, high mountains pass, walk through the tropical waterfalls cutting the beautiful hills, takes through the scattered village of the Gurung and Magar. The route of Manaslu circuit trek is getting more popular due to the adventure walk through the mountain vista, a unique combination of culture, and multi-ethnic and walk with an altitude from 600 to 5500 meters.

Manaslu trekking is done in the east of the Annapurna Himalayan range and offers a unique environment, enrich with biological diversity, a beautiful combination of the cultural heritage, breathtaking views of Himalayan Flora and fauna which makes Manaslu region one of the legendary and best trekking destination in Nepal.

The Manaslu circuit trek offers the gorgeous views Manaslu and also can enjoy the best mountain views of tenth highest mountain Mt Annapurna I, Annapurna South, Annapurna III, Mt Machhapuchchhre, Gangapurna, Ganesh Himal and many more surrounding peaks.

The Manaslu Circuit Trek itinerary provides you with several options. Depending on the starting points and mode of transportation the trip can be longer or shorter.

The Manaslu circuit trek begins with a short drive from Kathmandu to Arughta and ends the trek in Beshisahar which is the famous starting points of the Annapurna Circuit trek.

The off-beaten the trekking route of the Manaslu Circuit trek takes you through via the beautiful Manaslu Conservation Area and ends up at the Larkya La Pass the higher and the attractive pass of the Manaslu region. And also Larkya la pass id considered as the most dramatic

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Manaslu Circuit Trek detailed itinerary

Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu (1300 meters)

Altitude: 1300 meters

Upon your arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in the Kathmandu, Nepal, You will be greeted by a representative of Nepal hiking Trek and will drop you at your hotel, After checking in, you can take you can also stroll in the street of Thamel, enjoy shopping. In the evening you guide will meet you and discuss the trek and plan. Overnight at the Three-star hotel, Kathmandu

Included meals: Breakfast

Day 02: City sightseeing tour or free day to explore

Today after breakfast you will start a city tour to several of the most historical and spiritual attraction in the Kathmandu valley. Some of this landmark including the historical durbar, The sacred Hindus temple of Pashupatinath, Changu Narayan, the famous Monkey Temple Swayambhunath and the Buddhist shrine Boudhanath which is one of the largest stupas in the world are listed as the UNESCO world heritage sites. In the evening you can enjoy shopping for the things you required on the trek in the Thamel. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Included meals: Breakfast

Day 03: Drive to Soti Khola

Altitude: 710 meters/2328 feet

Time Taken: 8-9 hours

After the early breakfast in the Kathmandu, we head to Sotikhola Which takes around 8-9 hours, during the drive, you can enjoy the beautiful views of the countryside surrounded by the green forest along with the mountains scenery. You will be driving on a paved road from Kathmandu to Dhading Besi (district Headquarters of the Dhading district) but dring to Dhading best to Arughta with be little touch because the road is very rough. Upon reaching to the Arughat, a major tour in the region then we further drive towards Sotikhola. Overnight in Soti Khola.

Included meals: Breakfast, Lunch Dinner

Day 04: Soti Khola to MachhaKhola

In the fourth day of your trek, you will leave the Soti Khola after the early breakfast with crossing the bridge, walk through the Sal and rhododendron forest, then climb to the ridge above the Kali Gandaki when we reach to the Khursane upon the rocky trial waves the up and down, pass through the tropical waterfalls enjoy the stunning views of the Snow-capped mountains, walk through the rocky trials climbing to the side of the cliff, it makes the way down and terraces, then up and around to the Gurung village of Labubesi. We further climb to the rocky hills, walk through the rounded stores, cross another suspension bridge to reach Machha Khola village, enjoy every walk of the journey with the beautiful views of the mountain takes you to the Machha Khola. Explore the place. Overnight at Machha Khola.

Included meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 05: Machhakhola to Jagat

Maximum Altitude: 1410 meters

Trekking hours: 5-6 hours

On the fifth day of your trek, you will ahead to Jagat leaving Machhakhola via Gurung village including Tatopani, Dobhan and you Khola along the Budhi Gandaki valley. You will experience the adventure walk on the rugged terrains with the beautiful views of the snow-capped mountain while trekking between the Machha Khola to Jagat. As you move ahead toward the high altitude, you'll see the change in the landscapes. Overnight in the local teahouse of Jagat.

Included meal: Breakfast, lunch, Dinner

Day 06: Jagat to Deng

Maximum Altitude:1600m

Trekking hours:6/7 hours 

On the sixth day, you'll head to Deng, leaving the charming village of the Jagat moved ahead to enjoy the beautiful views of the snow-capped mountains. Today's trails take you through the dense rhododendron and forest of oak, pine, and birch and you will witness the beautiful flora and fauna. On the way to cross the Budhi Gandaki and another small rive, you will walk through the suspension bridge and also cross the several scattered villages like Nyak, Paimo and many more which is highly dominated by the Buddhist religion to reach Deng. You can also enjoy the great mountain view and get the opportunity to explore the culture, tradition, and lifestyle of the mountain people. Overnight at Deng.

Included meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 07: Deng to Namrung

Maximum altitude: 2600 meters

Trekking hours: 5-6 hours

On the seventh day, you'll head to Nanrung leaving the Deng. On the trial, you will find a strong influence of the Tibetan culture. You can see the terrain and house form the Deng to above altitude is completely changed and they are more like Tibetan and their culture and lifestyle are also highly influenced by the Tibetan and Buddhist culture. On the way, you will pass vial Mani prayer stones and continue enjoying the magnificent view of Kutang Himal Rang on the north and other snow-capped mountains more than 6000 meters. After the walk through the dense forest and walk through the uphill, you will reach to the Mamrung village. Spend your leisure time by exploring the village and enjoy the local cuisine. Overnight at the basis tea house of Namrung.

Included meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 08: Namrung to Samagaon

Maximum altitude: 3200 meters

Trekking hours: 9-8 hours

On the eighth day, the trail leads you to the Samagaon at 3,530 meters and one of the largest villages in the Manaslu region. The walk from the Mamrung to Samagaon offers you a spectacular view of the Mt Manaslu and other surrounding snow-capped mountain peaks. You can see many local are farmers. If you want to reach the border of Tibet it takes one day. You can also witness several mani walls, prayers wheel, and many Buddhist monasteries. Overnight to Samagaon.

Included meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 09: Samagaoun to Samdo

Maximum Altitude: 3,740 meters

Trekking hours: 3-4 hours

After the early breakfast, on a ninth day, you will slowly walk towards Samdo village. Samdo is not too far but as you walk in the high altitude makes you walk slow. Enjoying the surrounding, walk through the scattered Gurung and Nagar village, walk through the green and dense forest of pine and oak, blooms rhododendrons you will reach to the Samdo village, it is one of the remote settlements in Nepal which are very far from the modernization and commercialization and offer pure natural beauty with the fresh environment. You can see approximately 40 house with 200 villages and this the village is the last village before you reach Larkya la Pass. In this village, you can see the local people follow a quite strong agriculture culture. Explore the village. Overnight at Samdo.

Day 11: Samdo to Dharamsala/Larke Base Camp

Maximum Altitude: 4,470 meters

Trekking hours: 4-5 hours

On the eleventh day of your trek, you will head to reach Dharamsala and your final destination (Larke La Pass). Larkya Phedi is also known as the Dharamsala which is situated at 4,470 meters.

You will begin your walk on the wild mountain path, cross the Gayala Khola and ascend to the ridge and reach the Larkya Bazar, walk through the scattered village. There is only one teahouse in the Dharamsala so it is good to book with advance to enjoy the basic accommodation facilities without any disturbance.

On the trial, you can also see many Buddhist monasteries, Mani walls, prayers flags and hanging glacier too. Overnight at the basic teahouse of Dharamsala.

Included meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 12: Larke Base Camp to Larkya Pass (5,160 meters) to Bimthang

Maximum Altitude:5160 meters

Trekking hours: 5-6 hours

On the twelfth day of your trek, you will ahead to the Larkya La Pass after having the early breakfast. Larkya La Pass is high and the attractive pass of the Manaslu Region, you can enjoy the stunning views of the world highest mountain like Mt Manaslu, Mt Annapurna, Mt Dhaulagiri, and other snow-capped mountains. After capturing the views of the highest mountains you will descend back to Dharamsala and walk ahead to overnight at Bimthang.

Included meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 13: Bimthang to Dharapani

Trekking hours: 7-8 hours

On the thirteen days of your trek, you will trek to Dharapani from Bimthang which contact with the world-famous Annapurna Circuit route with the Manaslu Circuit Trek. the walk to the Dharapani is one of the pleasant and adventurous walks through the rhododendron and pine forest. After an 8-9 hour walk, you'll reach Dharapani, you'll rest for the while, enjoy the journey and from Dharapani you will enjoy a drive to Besisahar. Overnight in the teahouse in Besisahar.

Included meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 14: Drive to Kathmandu

On the fourteen days of your trek, you will head to Kathmandu city from the Beisahara after having the early breakfast. During the drive, you can experience the drive in the off-beaten paths, enjoy every moment of the drive. You can experience the last moment with the natural beauty, Himalayan flora and fauna and move ahead. After arrival at Kathmandu, enjoy the shower and take rest. Overnight at a three-star hotel in Kathmandu.

Included meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 15: Kathmandu Leisure day/Farewell dinner

On the fifteen days, you will enjoy the spare day, enjoy the message and spa to blow the tiredness while trekking so long distance. Enjoy the shopping in the Thamel, explore the Kathmandu city and Thamel for the last time. In the evening Nepal Hiking Trek will host a farewell dinner for the beautiful success of the trek where you can enjoy the cultural dance with the local and traditional Cuisine. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 16: Departure

Today is your last day in Nepal, so explore the place for the last time, meet and say goodbye to your close friends. Nepal hiking Trek will drop you early then your flight with the final goodbye. Have a safe journey. Don't forget for another adventure trek to complete together in Nepal.

Manaslu Circuit Trek altitude

Manaslu Circuit trek altitude varies from as low as 700 meters to as high as 5160 meters. The trek starts from the Kathmandu which is at the altitude of 1300 meters and drive to Soti Khola (710 meters), walk through the Machhakhola, Jagat (1250 meters), Ghap (2050 meters), Namrung(), Sama Gaoun(3517 meters), Dharamsala (4480 meters), Bimthang trek through the Larkya La Pass (5160 meters), via Tilje (1725 meters), Tal and arrive at the Besisahar() and then drive back to Kathmandu from there.

Though Manaslu Circuit Trek falls in the remote area, which is little challenging then the other classical trek buts you don't need the more physical fitness and prepare for it but ensure that you can you more than 4-5 hours in the high altitude. If you have trekked the other remote geographical area then it will be very beneficial for you to trek the Manaslu circuit trek. your body will be more familiar with a different altitude and it will be easy for you to acclimatization. Acclimatization and slow and steady are the key factors to trek in the mountain region of Nepal. Proper acclimatization will keep you body clam and slow and steady in the high altitude will keep your body far from the altitude sickness and other diseases. Before trekking also ensure that you do not have any problems in you kees and ankles otherwise it will badly affect your trek so before trekking clecks to the doctor and get some advice about it while trekking Manaslu Circuit Trek.

Accommodation in the Manaslu circuit Trek

Manaslu circuit trek is the popular teahouse trek and popular trekking destination. Many trekkers love to stay in the Teahouse as it is very convenient and easy. If you prefer to enjoy the camping its is also possible in the Manaslu Circuit Trek.

Here in the below-given article, we have listed all the teahouse you can see while trekking in the Manaslu Circuit Trek.

Accommodation in Kathmandu

Kathmandu is the capital of Nepal so that accommodation here range from the basic to the luxury 5-star hotels with all kinds of facilities. Thamel is a famous place to settle down for a days before the start the adventure trek. Kathmandu provides you with all kinds of accommodation and service which fits with your budgets.

For $50 to $60 you can get the decent accommodation in Kathmandu.

Teahouse accommodation in the Manaslu Circuit Trek

Soti Khola

As you head from the Kathmandu, your next stop will be so Khola. If you starting walking from the early morning you can skip the Soti kola and stay at the Machha Khola. You can see five guesthouses in the Soti Khola they are listed below:

  • ABC guest house
  • Satkar guest house
  • Tsum Valley guest house
  • Fulbari guest house
  • Green valley guest house

These guest house will provide you with the basic accommodation facilities like one room with a bed and also you may get the Wifi service facilities and phone for communication in some teahouse.

Machha Khola

Machha Khola is the next stop after you leave the site Khola and you can see four teahouses in the Machha Khola they are listed below:

  • Tsum Valley guest house
  • Everest guest house
  • Hilltop guest house
  • Larkye Guest house

With good food and accommodation with the basic facilities, they will also give you a wifi service, electric device charge facilities, and hot shower but you should pay some extra to get it.

Jagat

With a three-day adventure walk from the Kathmandu and around 7 hours walk from the Machha Khola, you will reach to Jagat. With the good wifi facilities where you can see 4 teahouses providing with the basic accommodation facilities, they are listed below:

  • Jagat Guest house
  • Himalayan tourist guest house
  • Manaslu Santi guest house
  • Rubii Nala guest house

From Jagat, you need a restricted permit from Manaslu and Tsum Valley trek and also there is the check post where you have to show your permit card to continue the trek.

Deng

The next stop after the Jagat where you will be provided with the basic facilities in this teahouse:

  • Windy Valley guest house
  • New Manaslu Guest House
  • Sangrila Cottage

This teahouse will provide you with a good wifi service but you may not get the hot shower facilities here.

Namrung

After leaving the Deng, your another stop will be at Namrung, the teahouse presented here is very limited but they will provide you with a good wifi service and hot shower facilities. You only have a limited choice to make from the below-listed teahouse:

  • Namrung Guest House
  • Namrung Thakali guest house
  • Nubri Four-Season Resort

SamaGaoun

While trekking to the Manaslu circuit trek, you will also spend a night in the village of the Samagaoun. In this village, you can see three teahouses which provide you with a basis for food and accommodation facilities, they are:

  • Gurung cottage guest house
  • Peace heaven Guest house
  • Mount Manaslu Guest house
  • Norling Guest House
  • Sama Gaun Guest house
  • Tashi Dalek Guest house

Samdo

After 4 hours walk from the Samagaoun, you will reach to the Samdo and stay in the teahouse available in this village by experiencing the basic accommodation and food service. Some name of teahouse available in Samdo village are:

  • Tibetan twin hotel
  • Yak hotel
  • Jambalaya Guest house

Dharamsala

In the Dharamsala, you can also find the two teahouses which will provide you with basic accommodation facilities, you can get the wifi service but a hot shower is not easily available:

  • Larkya Guest house
  • Jambalaya Guest house.

Bimthang

On this day, you will walk to the teahouse that offers you the services like a hot shower and wifi services. These teahouses are listed below:

  • Apple Garden
  • Himalayan Guest House
  • Sushma Guest House
  • Mountain Ponker Cottage.

Dharapani

Dharapani is our last stop of the Manaslu Circuit Trek before you return back to Kathmandu. At Dharapani, You will find a wide variety of teahouses which you can choose on the basis of your budget. You will also experience all kinds of facilities with attached bathroom, hot shower, wifi services and many more.

Difficulties during Manaslu Circuit Trek

Altitude sickness

Altitude sickness refers to the group of the symptoms that can strike if you walk or climb to the higher elevation or altitude quickly.

Why does it cause?

The pressure that surrounds is called the barometric pressure. As you walk to the higher altitude, this pressure drops and there is less oxygen available.

If you live in a place that is located at a high altitude, then you are more familiar with that pressure. But if you travel to a place at a higher altitude then you are used to be, then you should be more prepared for it and your body needs time to adjust to change in pressure.

Any time if you walk above the 8000 feet, you can be the risk for the altitude sickness.

Types

There are three types of altitude sickness. They are listed below

Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is the mildest form and it's very common sickness cause to the people who walked to the little high altitude. Its symptoms can be:

  • Hangover-dizziness
  • Headache
  • Muscle Aches
  • Nausea

High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE) is a buildup of fluid in the lungs and can be very dangerous and even cause death.

Some symptoms of the altitude sickness are:

  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Fatigue and loss of energy
  • Shortness of the breath
  • Problems with sleep
  • Loss of appetite
  • Dizziness

The preventative measure of altitude sickness

  • Drink at least 4-5 liters of water per day.
  • Always move to a lower altitude if the symptoms of the altitude sickness develop.
  • Avoid alcohols, drugs, tobacco and sleeping pills while trekking in the higher altitude.
  • While walking in the high altitude, eat a balanced diet that includes more than 70% carbohydrates.
  • If possible, start below 10,000 feet and walk to high altitude instead of driving of flying. If you must fly or the drive to an altitude over 10,000 feet, you must stay at you first stop for a day before going to high altitude.
  • While walking at the higher altitude slow and steady is your key to avoid the altitude sickness.
  • If you find the signs and symptoms of the altitude sickness freely share with your guide and if it's critical then visit the hospital as fast as possible.

Best season to Trek Manaslu Circuit Trek

Each season is lovely to trek Manaslu circuit trek in it's each way so the choice is really yours when to trek but remember that the Larke La Pass will be closed by the snow during the winter so you cannot go to the base camp and Tibetan border at that time and also teahouse in the Dharamsala remains closed in January and February.

Late December to Early March

The cold you will feel is balanced by the beautiful views of the frozen waterfalls and rivers. However, above the village of the Namrung, you have to trek on the snow-covered the trial and it's too risky to reach Base Camp and also teahouse at the Dharamsala closed for the winter but by trekking, in this season you can enjoy every walk to your journey with the beautiful mountain views.

Note: Carry proper technical gear, as well as the winter apparel, is required. This time is cold you should carry some snow and ice gear.

March to Late May

In these season rhododendrons start to bloom and lakes are starting to melt. Villagers living in the high altitude who had gone down to nearby cities for the winter have started to return back to their home and by the mid-may, you will see the climbing expeditions around Base Camp. Although you will experience the occasional snowfall by the mid-May it is a very hot starting and ending of the trek so you should be prepared for all this too.

Note: snow gear is not necessary as snowfall will not last for the long but carry other necessary gear while trekking in this season.

June to Mid September

In this season, the rain has washed everything, clean and offer the beautiful scenery of the forest and pastures is lush and very green. You can experience the beautiful views of the Himalayan flora and fauna, enjoy the stunning views of the snow-capped mountains. However, in the rainy season, there are many mosquitoes and bugs around which while not serious are also not pleasant. The trail will be a little slippery but trekking in these you can collect the beautiful memory.

Note: There will be little disturbance by the mosquitoes and leeches and trial will be little slippery be more careful with these and July, June and August are the months with the most of the rains so carry the necessary gear for these.

Late September to Mid December

This is the best season to trek Manaslu Circuit trek. the price of the restricted permits also increases in the season.

It's neither too hot nor too cold, the sky is clear and blue and views of the snow mountains are very perfectly clear and beautiful. This is also the best time to climb the Larke La Pass. There will be more trekkers on the trial and it is a crowd in this season.

Note: carry the wind and water and warm gear to trek in this season and carry the necessary technique and materials.

The top reason why you should do Manaslu Circuit trek

Challenging Pass:

Larke La Pass of the Manaslu region is considered as one of the challenging passes and it is among the most chosen and popular trekking destination in the Manaslu region which offer beautiful views of the tallest snow-capped mountain, rich cultural heritage, incomparable Himalayan beauty, stunning views of the mountain and its beauty, views of the diverse landscapes, and a rich mountain biological diversity.

Less busy trial

Though Manaslu circuit trek is one of the popular trekking destinations in Nepal the trail of the trek is less crowd in the comparison to Everest and Annapurna region treks. you will see less number of the trekkers it means you can enjoy every walk of your journey with the peaceful and enjoy the beautiful views of the Himalayan flora and fauna. The isolated villages that you encounter upon the trail is also very beautiful. However, October is the busiest months of this region, as it is considered the peak season to trek in Nepal. No matter how less number of the trekkers you see in the trial this trek is very suitable to those who want to trek in the off-beaten paths, less crowded and peaceful trek and also wants to explore the place which is less touristic and less commercial.

Beautiful views of the mountain

While trekking around the Manaslu you can enjoy the attractive views of the Himalchuli, Manaslu, Annapurna Ranges, Ganesh Himal, and other surrounding snow-capped mountains, beautiful varies landscapes and different Himalayan flora and fauna which makes your every walk with a beautiful experience and makes you seem as if you are through the most beautiful scene you have ever seen.

One of the attractive pass crossing the Himalayas is Larkya La Pass which is the highest point and the beautiful viewpoint of the region that exposes you the most stunning and amazing views of the mountains.

Best off-beaten trek in Nepal

Although Annapurna basecamp and the Everest Base Camp Trek are the most popular and crowded trek in Nepal, Manaslu circuit Trek stands out among the off beaten trials. While trekking the Manaslu Circuit trek, you will experience every walk is very adventurous. This trek is very beautiful compared to all these other treks available in the country due to the completely natural beauty, a wild exploration which provides the best moment to gather the lifetime experience of this beautiful trek. you will collect the beautiful memory by walking through the scattered Gurung and Magar community, experience the unique and rare flora and fauna of the region, stunning views of the mountains.

Explore the remote lifestyle

Manaslu circuit Trek offers you to enjoy the diverse ranges of the available ecosystem, explore the local culture, their tradition and also the remote lifestyle of the locals, influenced by the Tibetan culture and also beautiful mountains scenery. You can see the Manaslu region is very far from the modernization and commercialization its means that the purity of the environment and still there and this place which is untouched are gaining more popularity and offering the beautiful and adventurous trekking experience in the Himalayan so the people trekking in the Manaslu Circuit Trek will collect the time-travel experience.

Reasonable price

The combination of the highest mountains and the off-beaten paths make the Manaslu circuit tren one of the favorite destinations for the adventure lover all over the world. though Manaslu trek is very popular trek all over the world it is not that expensive as one would think. In comparison to other popular treks, accommodation and the cost of the food in the Manaslu trekking is a little expensive. The cost of accommodation and food will increase as you ascend the altitude but the facilities and service is decrease. However, their costs are cheaper than the other treks.

Beautiful cultural experience

During the trek to the Manaslu Circuit Trek, everything you the encounter gives you similarities of the Tibetan and Buddhist culture. The locals of this region have been able to preserve their uniqueness as the modernization and commercialization have not touched the purity of the environment. This region is very rich with the unique and several monasteries where you can still see the monks learning the holy education. You can also explore the Tsum valley which is also known as the hidden valley of this region where you can experience the pure and the original culture of the locals.

You can visit the various monasteries amongst which Mu Gompas is the largest and oldest monasteries in the region, can enjoy the warm hospitality, locals lifestyle. You can also explore the many scare caves and collect beautiful memory and experience. While trekking in this region you can see many people enjoying the Buddhist culture and tradition as the Buddhist is a major religion of this region and can observe the Buddhist monasteries, and tradition. Most of its culture and tradition is influenced and shares with its neighbor territory, Tibet. Manaslu region is bordered by the Budhi Gandaki and Marshyangdi which is marked by the two cultural highlights so you can a, also collect the beautiful memory by exploring this river.

Side trips arrangement

Another best parts of the Manaslu Circuit Trek while trekking is you can enjoy the several side treks and beautiful destination can be reached after a couple of hours. Birendra Lake, Pungee Gomba are some of the side treks that you can enjoy while trekking Manaslu Circuit Trek. However, you should keep in the mind that these side treks are lacks of the treehouse or hotels, thus you should return back to your destination in a reasonable period of the trek. September, October, November as well as March, April, and May is considered the best season to trek the Manaslu Circuit Trek.

With its beautiful scenery, rich culture and tradition, remote lifestyle, Manaslu circuit trek have been increasing its popularity as the new off-beaten trekking destination in Nepal. Nepal Hiking Trek always works to provide our client with complete satisfaction and see that they are comfortable and receive the best treatment or not. Nepal Hiking Staff will look after your from your arrival to the Kathmandu to the time of your departure in the Nepalese style. Nepal Hiking Tre has a long experience in the trekking in Nepal. If you want to know more about the Manaslu circuit trek or know about the hiring of the trekking agency or professional experience guide please do not hesitate to email us at info@nepalhikingtrek.com

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