Mt. Manaslu is getting popular nowadays.Manaslu Trekking is beauty & rich blend of Tibetan & Nepalese culture offer a true adventure for Trekkers. Here you will find the mountains and valleys covered with diverse and pristine eco-systems. Fantastic mountain views, rich culture, and genuine adventure tantalize trekkers as they climb to the base of Mount Manaslu. You will soon understand what inspired Eric Valli to create his world-famous documentary, “Honey Hunter of Nepal.
The inhabitants of the upper Buri Gandaki region are known as the Nuri; their language and dress are quite similar to the neighboring Tibetans. These local Himalayan people still earn their living through trade with Tibet. The mountain views from Nupri are sensational and crossing the Larke La pass is one of the most beautiful and dramatic of the Himalayas.
Manaslu Trekking has many routes to choose from. One option passes through Dudh Pokhari, a milky lake that is a common pilgrimage destination for Hindus and Buddhists alike. Another route takes you up to Manaslu Base Camp. While the most popular option is to trek over the Larke La pass to arrive in the Marsyandi valley in the Annapurna region.
Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu (1,310m/4264ft.)
Day 02: Kathmandu sightseeing day
Day 03: Kathmandu to Arughat, drive to Soti khola (700m.) 7/8 hours drive
Day 04: Soti khola trek to Machhe Khola (890m.), 6/7 hours walk
Day 05: Machhe Khola trek to Jagat (1,350m.)
Day 06: Jagat trek to Philim (1,590m.)
Day 07: Philim trek to Deng (1,860m.)
Day 08: Deng trek to Namru (2,630m.)
Day 09: Namru trek to Lo village (3,180m)
Day 10: Lo village trek to Sama Gaun (3,520m)
Day 11: Sama Gaun (Rest day for acclimatization)
Day 12: Sama Gaun trek to Samdo (3875m.)
Day 13: Samdo trek to Dharmasala (4460m.)
Day 14: Dharmasala trek to Larkya La Pass/Bimtang (3590m.)
Day 15: Bimtang trek to Tilje
Day 16: Tilje trek to Dharapani and drive to Beshisahar (760m.) by Jeep
Day 17: Beshisahar drive to Kathmandu by bus/jeep