Manaslu Circuit Trek - 15 days

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15 days
Max. Elevation
Group size
Kathmandu to Soti khola By Local Bus , Tilje to Besisahar local jeep, Besisahar to Kathmandu Tourist bus
Best Season
(March to May) and autumn season (September to November).
3***Hotel in Kathmandu Hotel Arts  and Normal Hotel during the trek
(Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during Trek
Starts at
Ends at
Trip Route
Kathmandu-Jagat-Namrung-Samagaon- Dharmashala-Tilje -Kathmandu


    • Fantastic views of Mt. Manasalu, Mt. Himchuli, Mt. Ganesh and others
    • Cross Larkya la pass (5153m)
    • Visit ancient monasteries.
    • Dig into the pristine ecosystem.
    • Amazing view of Mt Manaslu, Ganesh, Himchuli, and others.
    • Wilderness hike to the vivid valley.
    • Pristine Budhi Gandaki River valley
    • Diversified unspoiled ecosystems
    • Walking through tropical green hills covered with pine and oak forests
    • The unique cultural blend of Tibetan and Nepalese people
    • Sightseeing in Kathmandu
Manaslu Circuit Trek (Round Manaslu) is the mythical journey in the tranquil region of Nepal Trekking trails. Full of hilly and Himalayan experience the route traverse to the remote parts of Nepal. The trail on the bank of Budi Gandaki River in the shadow of world’s 8th tallest mountain Mt. Manaslu (8163 m). The famous Larke La Pass (5106 m) crossing to the authentic rural Nepal villages can be explored in this trekking route of Nepal. The mountain Manaslu is also called as the Mountain of Spirit as the peak name is derived from the Sanskrit word “Manasa” which means soul. The Mansiri Himalayan range is its home and has numerous valleys which are very mythical.

Manaslu Circuit Trek 15 days of the adventure contains infinite thrilling activities. This can be termed as the deity of all the outdoor holiday activities. Manaslu Circuit Trek begins with the bus ride to the Soti Khola of Gorkha district passing by the hilly towns and villages of Dhading district. The trail along the glacial river Budi Gandaki passes by the temperate to alpine forests and hilly to Himalayan community villages. The crossing of the numerous suspension bridges too is the unique adventure to experience. The gigantic waterfalls and lofty mountains scenery will definitely remind you of any fairyland. Our expert team of the trekking crew members will guide you expertly through the high pass of Larke La. Tibetan culture experienced will provide the proof of Nepal being culturally diversified and multi ethnic nation. Snow walking to the crossing of the rivers and village life will forever get set in your mind. The sound of the falling waterfalls, whistling of the mountain air, sound of rivers and chirping birds will definitely raise the compassion and passion inside you. Raise your spirit along with the eternal splendors of the Mother Nature.

Book the Popular View Trek for the authentic experience of Nepal. Most of the trekking crew members of Nepal Adventure Pilgrimage Treks are from this region. Therefore, your every query will get the appropriate answers.
Every thing Should Know About Manaslu Trekking

The Manaslu trekking is gaining more popularity among the trekkers. It is a new trekking place in Nepal. The Manaslu trekking is less crowded when compared to other trekking destination in Nepal. It is the exclusive and stunning trek with the great view of the Mount Manaslu. In the Manaslu trek tour, the travelers will cross popular places such as Buddhist village, Budhi Gandaki River, forest, valley, Marsyangdi valley, and others.

Required permit for Manaslu trek

The Manaslu trekking is one of the restrictedcted trekking regions in Nepal. The travelers need a trekking permit to access the Manaslu trekking route. The solo trekker is not allowed to trek in the region. At least two members are required to trek in the Manaslu. You can hire the best trekking company to get the trekking permit. They help you to get the permit quickly and hassle-free.

Best time for Manaslu Circuit trekking

When you are planning for the Manaslu trekking you should choose the right time. The spring and autumn are right seasons for the Manaslu trek. You should avoid the rainy season to trek in Nepal. In the rainy season, the trekking routes are danged by the rain and you can find some insects on the trek route. You can see different types of flower, birds, and animal in the Manaslu trekking.

Accommodation during Manaslu Circuit  trek

In the Manaslu trekking, every night the trekkers will stay in the local teahouse. Most of the teahouse is basic but comfortable. In the teahouse, you can find the common area for the relaxing, meals and others. You eat healthy and tasty food on the trekking tour. The trekkers stay warm and secure at overall the night.
Most of the people are choosing the Manaslu trekking tour for their vacation due to some reason such as less crowded, avoid the need for the domestic flights, trekking is remote and others. Manaslu is the eighth tallest peak across the world. It is located more than 8160 meters above sea level. In the trekking tour, you can see the wildlife, forest, small villages, river, and others. You no need to bring the food, tents and other to the trekking tour. The Manaslu trekking tour is affordable than the other trekking tour in Nepal.

How difficult is trekking in the Manaslu Region?

The trekking in the Manaslu Region is fairly strenuous. The trekker's physical condition determines the difficulty of trekking in the Manaslu Region. Make sure you have some physical exercises before starting the trek! Increase your core strength by cardio workouts or jogging or maybe dancing too! The Manaslu Trek, which takes you through remote Himalayan communities, is one of Nepal's most difficult walks. It is an off-the-beaten-path trek in Nepal.

Can you do trekking in the Manaslu region solo?

The Manaslu Circuit is not accessible to anyone who prefers to travel alone. You may have to save your Alexander Supertramp enthusiasm for another journey. A solo trekker has been limited by the authorities. A minimum of two people must be in a group with a guide. If you want to go the opposite way, you'll need a 'ghost' trekker permit (which will still require a foreign passport) and a guide (obviously). Restricted Area Permit, Manaslu Conservation Area Permit (MCAP), and Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) Permit are the other permissions you'll require

How to get a visa for Nepal?

All foreigners, except Indians, require a visa to enter Nepal. Visa is available on arrival at the Tribhuvan international airport, and you can extend your visa at the central immigration office. Visit to know more.
The visa application will require a passport valid for at least 6- months and a passport-size photo. The current visa fee costs USD 50 for 30 days, which you need to pay in cash onarrival at Tribhuvan International Airport. Citizens of China and the SAARC countries will receive a free visa.
Some countries - Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, and Afghanistan- may not receive an on-arrival visa. If you are from these countries, you may need to contact your local Nepalese embassy.

What is the The weather condition in the Manaslu region?

Manaslu is the right place to trek all over the year. The people can trek in all seasons in the Manaslu Trek.The March to May and October to November are the most popular trekking months in Nepal. The Himalayan peak is the coldest region so you should avoid the monsoon and winter season to trek in the high altitude. During the winter days, the temperature will be below minus. On the monsoon season, the trekking routes are damaged by the rain. But you can able to trek in the Manaslu region on rainy days.
journey of Manaslu Trekking Trek in Nepal is obviously a high altitude trail. Therefore, the risk of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) is the biggest factor which you can’t miss out. However, careful planning and expert guidance can help you overcome this sickness. Remember that even the locals can suffer from AMS. So, it is common for all regardless of their physical fitness level

Why shouldpeople choose Manaslu Circuit?

If you are looking for an amazing trek that will take your breath away, the Manaslu Circuit is the perfect option for you. The trekking route starts in the beautiful town of Pokhara and takes you through some of Nepal’s most stunning scenery, including the peaks of Manaslu and Annapurna. The journey is long but it is well worth it, as you will be able to see some truly beautiful scenery. If you want to make the trek even more special, consider hiring a guide who can show you around some of the more hidden corners of Nepal. There are a number of lodges along the way that can provide food and accommodation, so there is no need to worry about anything on this incredible trek. Last-minute booking It is best to book in advance. However, for those who cannot find an ideal travel companion, Nepal Adventure Pilgrimage Trek and Expeditions offers a perfect Trekking Hide-away Packages .

Tsum Valley Trek – A hidden valley in the Manaslu Region

On the Manaslu Circuit Trek route, trekkers can explore the hidden mythical valley of Tsum as well. If you add at least 4 days in your regular circuit trek itinerary you can do the Tsum Valley Trek as well. It is believed that 8th eons meditated in the secret caves of the valley. People will find it so enticing to understand the culture and traditions of these people. They are surely keeping their ancient roots and traditions intact till date. The visit of monastery in the serene environment really excites people and raise the spirituality. 

Last-minute booking

It is best to book in advance. However, for those who cannot Nepal Adventure Pilgrimage Trekking ides a last-minute booking provision. In the case of last-minute bookings, you need to pay 100% of the trip cost 48 hours before the trip departure date.
We try our best to operate a trek at any time, but in case of last-minute booking, we cannot be responsible for delays due to circumstances out of our control - such as lodging unavailability or bad weather. Viber/WhatsApp/Phone at 977-9851267334 or email us

Important Note

Acute Mountain Sickness happens while traveling over 2500 meters refers to the effect of high elevation on our body within a short period. Every trekker must know about altitude sickness when traveling in the high altitude. So it is worthy to use precautionary ideas and tools such as staying dry or getting down from the high altitude. Because of low oxygen, our some part of the body doesn’t work properly while in high altitude. As a result, you might feel problems like nausea, headache, appetite, vomiting, and shortness of breath.
AMS is not explicit, so it can vary from one individual to another. It is a great idea to treat it when any of the side effects show up.
Loss of appetite
Breathing problem
Nausea or Vomiting
Fatigue or weakness
Persistent speedy Pulse
trouble sleeping
Swelling of hands, feet, and face are known as Peripheral Edema.
Tips to avoid Acute Mountain Sickness

a) Acclimatization

In the high altitude, the level of oxygen is decreased and oxygen molecules per breath get lower. It is necessary to get oxygen for the climbing and expedition. If you face a low oxygen level, you have to adjust to breathing.
Acclimatization helps you to let the body adjusts to high elevation. It is mandatory to stay at the place for a day or more for recovering the body. It helps you to make more familiar to the thin air of the mountains.
It is recommended to spend one or two days at the same altitude for every 1,000 meters depends on your health conditions. You must spend acclimatization days while you trek to the Everest Region and Kanchenjunga region.

b) Hydrate

hydrated by maintaining the water level
The rate of lungs water evaporation is higher at high elevation. Thus, it is necessary to hydrate more. Carry a bottle of water and drink frequently even if do not feel thirsty.
You can maintain the electrolyte level with a sports drink. Such type of drinks helps to maintain your body hydrated by maintaining the water level. It is useful in the case of losing lots of water through respiration.

c) Don’t use Caffeine and alcohol

In Sherpa villages, the local homemade alcoholic drinks and a cup of beer may be very tempting. But, it is best to stay away from caffeine and alcohol in the morning time during your trek.
Caffeine and alcohol consumption at a higher elevation will increase dehydration. You must avoid these things whenever you ascent high elevation. You can have caffeine and alcohol in the low altitude while descending.

d) Slow and steady wins the Race

Slow and steady wins the Race
The other thing to do while you trek is to injure yourself. It is difficult to breathe as you are in high elevation but it is surely wrong to push yourself too difficult situation.
Trekking and climbing is not a race to win. You can walk slow and steady while watching the mountain and lake. The best way to avoid altitude sickness is acclimatization.

e) Make your stomach happy

Nepalese Dal Bhat Tarkari
To produce high energy, we recommended you to eat healthy and energetic food during a hike in the hills. It is recommended to eat about 75% calories with high carbohydrates.
The high amount of carbohydrate and other nutrients like chocolates, juices supplies you constant energy in the trek. High energy diet also helps to avoid altitude sickness.

f) Medication

Medication to avoid Acute Mountain Sickness
You can also use drugs like Acetazolamide to avoid Altitude sickness. You have to use twice a day from days before starting the ascent high elevation.

Trip Itinerary

on arrival at airport Nepal Adventure Pilgrimage Trek we will welcome you and transfer to you Hotel.Evening welcome dinner with Nepali cultural dance show.Overnight at Hotel.

Today, we start our sightseeing tour in the Kathmandu Valley which includes the cultural heritage experiences including Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swayambhunath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa and Pasupatinath Temple. Enjoy the artistic palace, culture, paintings, sculptures and a brief history of Nepal. Overnight at the hotel breakfast included.

Your Trekking guides will pick you up at 8:00 am. Then, we will start our 8 hours’ drive to Arughat. The first four hours to Dhading Besi, the district headquarters of Dhading (1050m), is on paved roads, but for the section to Arughat, we will be driving on a rougher surface. From Arughat we drive another 1.5 hrs to Soti Khola by public jeep. We will stay overnight at a guesthouse (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included).

After crossing the Machha River and Khrolabesi, we will pass through the hot springs at Tatopani. The trail follows a forested area until we cross Dovan Khola. We then make our way to Budhi Gandaki Valley. As the elevation increases, the scenery undergoes a complete transformation, with white sandy areas along the riverside. Stay overnight at a guesthouse (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included).