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The Manaslu Circuit Trek is an incredible journey that takes you through the stunning landscapes of the Nepalese Himalayas. This trek is perfect for those who are looking for a challenging and rewarding adventure that offers breathtaking views, unique cultural experiences, and a sense of wilderness. The trek takes you on a circular route around Mount Manaslu, the eighth-highest peak in the world. You will pass through remote villages, forests of rhododendron and bamboo, and cross several high-altitude passes, including the Larkya La Pass, which offers breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks.


Along the way, you will get the chance to interact with friendly and hospitable local people who still practice ancient customs and traditions. You will also get to visit traditional monasteries and learn about the rich cultural heritage of the region. The trek is usually completed in about two weeks and is classified as a strenuous trek. It is recommended for experienced hikers who are comfortable with long days of hiking at high altitudes. You will need to be in good physical condition and mentally prepared for the challenges of the trek.


However, the effort is well worth it. The stunning beauty of the landscape, the cultural experiences, and the sense of accomplishment that comes with completing this trek make it an unforgettable journey. Our Manaslu Circuit Trek package includes all the necessary arrangements, such as permits, transportation, accommodation, and meals. Our experienced guides will lead you through the trek and provide you with all the support you need to make the most of this incredible adventure. So, if you are looking for a challenging and rewarding trek that offers a unique and unforgettable experience, the Manaslu Circuit Trek is a perfect choice. Join the "Adventure Club" on this incredible journey and discover the beauty of the Nepalese Himalayas.


Important Note:


It is important to keep in mind that these itinerary details are subject to change based on various factors such as weather conditions, trail conditions, and the physical condition of the trekkers. It is also important to listen to the advice and guidance of the guide and make necessary adjustments to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience on the trek. Additionally, it is always recommended to have comprehensive travel insurance and to be prepared for any emergency situations.


Day 1

The first day of the Manaslu Trek itinerary starts with your arrival in Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal. Upon arrival, you will be greeted by a representative of the Adventure Club Company, who will be your guide for the rest of the trip. The guide will then escort you to your hotel, where you can relax and freshen up after your flight. This is a great opportunity for you to discuss any questions or concerns you may have about the trek with your guide. The guide will also give you a brief overview of the itinerary and what to expect over the next few days. This is also a good time to exchange contact information with the guide so that you can stay in touch during the trek.

Day 2

The second day of the itinerary is dedicated to exploring the cultural and historical heritage of the Kathmandu Valley. The "World Heritage Site" likely refers to the many UNESCO World Heritage sites located in the valley, which are considered some of the most important and iconic cultural and historical landmarks in Nepal. Some popular sites include the Pashupatinath Temple, Swayambhunath Stupa (also known as the Monkey Temple), and Boudhanath Stupa. Visitors can expect to spend the day exploring the rich history and unique architecture of these important sites and learning about the cultural and religious significance they hold for the people of Nepal.

Day 3

On day three, you will be embarking on a road trip from Kathmandu to Machha Khola. The drive will take you through picturesque landscapes, rural villages, and farming communities that offer an insight into the traditional way of life in Nepal. The trip is expected to take around 5 to 7 hours, depending on the road conditions and traffic. Upon arrival at Machha Khola, you will be staying overnight at a local guesthouse or lodge. This is a great opportunity to acclimatize to the new surroundings and get a good night's rest before beginning the trek the next day.

Day 4

On Day 4, you will start your trek from Machha Khola and head towards Jagat. The first hour of the trek will be a gradual ascent until you reach Khorla Beshi where you will take a tea break. From Khorla Beshi, you will continue your journey with a gradual ascent to Tatoo Pani. From Tatoo Pani, you will make your way to Dovan, which will serve as your lunch spot. The route to Dovan will involve a half-hour walk through a landslide. After lunch, you will continue your trek with a gradual ascent and landslide trail to your final destination. On the way, you will come across three suspension bridges.

Day 5

On Day 5 of your itinerary, you will be walking from Jagat to Deng, which will take around 5 to 6 hours. The first part of the journey, lasting about an hour and a half, will take you through a pine tree forest and will have a gradual ascent. The rest of the journey will continue to have a gradual ascent and some mountain slopes. For lunch, you will either stop at Philim or Chisapani. After lunch, you will cross 3 suspension bridges. This day of the trek is expected to be challenging, so be prepared for a long and strenuous day of walking.

Day 6

On day 6 of the Manaslu trek, you will be trekking from Deng to Ghap. The trek begins with a path that has gradual ups and downs. This means that you will encounter some steep inclines and declines along the way. The journey should take around 6 to 7 hours. At some point during the trek, you will have lunch at Ghee Phedi. After lunch, the path becomes more gradual and slightly downhill. This is a good time to take a break and enjoy the scenery. The trek through this region is known for its stunning views of the surrounding mountains and forests. So, make sure to take your time and take in the beauty around you.

Day 7

On day 7, the trek from Ghap to Lho is expected to take 4 to 5 hours. The first half hour is a flat path that welcomes you into the Lho Village. After that, the trail gradually goes uphill until you reach Namrung, where you will have lunch, either at Namrung or in Lhi. After lunch, the trail is expected to be flat and gradual, almost like a forest path surrounded by pine trees.

Day 8

On Day 8, you will be trekking from Lao to Sama Gaun, which is expected to take 5 to 6 hours. The first half hour of the trek will be a slow descent and then you will start to trek uphill. You will have a tea break at Syalaa. Your lunch break will be in either Syala or Sama Gaun, and you will be able to choose your preferred lunch spot. The path will be mostly a jungle way until Syalaa and then gradually uphill for another half hour. After crossing a bridge, the way will become flat.

Day 9

On day 9, you will spend the day acclimatizing to the high altitude, which is an important step in preventing altitude sickness. You have the option of hiking to either Manaslu Base Camp or Phungin Ghumpa, which will be a challenging but rewarding experience. During the hike, you will be surrounded by stunning mountain views and breathtaking scenery, making it a day to remember. Whether you choose to hike or simply rest and take it easy, this acclimatization day will help you prepare for the next phase of your journey.

Day 10

On Day 10, you will be walking from Sama Gaun to Samdo, which is a 4/5 hour journey. The path is a mix of gradual ups and flat terrain, resembling a walk in a park. It's a beautiful and scenic walk, with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. The lunch place will be Samdo, and it is recommended to carry snacks or energy bars to avoid hunger. It's an important day for acclimatization and preparation for the upcoming days of the trek. Make sure to stay hydrated and take it slow to enjoy the journey.

Day 11

Dharmasala is a stopping place for trekkers on their journey toward the base of Mount Manaslu. The journey from Samdo to Dharmasala takes approximately 4 to 5 hours and involves walking on a trail that has a mix of gradual ups and flat areas, making it relatively easier compared to the previous days. On this day, you can enjoy your lunch at Dharmasala, and make sure to carry snacks or energy bars to avoid hunger during the journey.

Day 12

The day will be challenging day as it involves crossing the Larke-la Pass, which is one of the highest points in the trek. The trail will start with a gradual ascent, followed by a steep ascent to reach the top of the pass. From the top, you will be rewarded with stunning views of the surrounding mountains and glaciers. After crossing the pass, you will have a gradual descent to reach Bhimtang, where you will spend the night. It is important to be prepared for the physical and mental challenges that come with crossing a high-altitude pass, so make sure you are well-rested and well-fed before embarking on this portion of the trek.

Day 13

The trek on day 13 takes you from Bhimtang to Tiliche, with an optional stop at Dharapani. The trek starts with a downward path and continues through a jungle way. The tea break is at Surki Khola, and lunch is also taken at the same place. The trek is estimated to take 6 to 7 hours.

Day 14

On Day 14, you will be making a drive from Tiliche to Besishahar and then switching to a bus to Kathmandu. The drive from Tiliche to Besishahar might take around 4 to 5 hours, and the bus journey from Besishahar to Kathmandu will take around 6 to 7 hours, depending on the road and traffic conditions. This will be a long but scenic journey through the hills and valleys of Nepal. You'll get to enjoy views of the countryside and the chance to relax after a long trek. Upon arrival in Kathmandu, you will be taken to your hotel for a well-deserved rest.

Day 15

On Day 15, you will be departing from Kathmandu, marking the end of your Manaslu Circuit Trek. It's likely that you'll be departing from the hotel you stayed at and heading to the airport for your flight back home. Before leaving, you may want to spend some time exploring the city and picking up any last-minute souvenirs. If you have some extra time, you can also visit some of the World Heritage sites that you may have missed earlier. Remember to pack everything you need and make any necessary arrangements for your journey. Before you know it, you'll be back home with memories that will last a lifetime.



The trek lasts for 15 days, including arrival in Kathmandu and departure from Kathmandu.

The maximum altitude of the trek is Bhimtang, which is located at an altitude of 3,870 meters.

The trek requires a good level of physical fitness and the ability to walk for several hours a day, carrying a light backpack. It's advisable to have previous hiking or trekking experience.

Accommodation during the trek is in local lodges or teahouses, which provide basic but comfortable rooms.

Food during the trek is a combination of traditional Nepalese and Western dishes. Most teahouses offer a menu of soups, pasta, rice, and potatoes, as well as a selection of local dishes.

Some important items to bring for the trek include comfortable and warm clothing, a good pair of hiking boots, a waterproof jacket and pants, a hat and sunglasses, sunscreen, a hydration system, a first-aid kit, and a headlamp.

The best time to do the trek is from September to May, when the weather is clear and dry. Winter months can be cold and snowy, while the monsoon season (June to August) can bring heavy rain and muddy trails.


  • Lunch and dinner during your stay in Kathmandu.
  • Personal expenses (Laundry, telephone calls, sweets, snacks, battery chargingetc.)
  • All kind of beverages ( tea/coffee, coke, beer, bottled water, etc.)
  • Travel Insurance (it is mandatory).
  • Personal trekking equipment except stated above.
  • Tipping to guide/porter.
  • Any loss arising due to unforseen circumstances that is beyond Adventure Club Pvt Ltd control.