|1 People (per pax)||2-3 People (per pax)||4+ People (per pax)|
|Pay $160 Now & 640 on arrival||Pay $100 Now & 400 on arrival||Pay $80 Now & 320 on arrival|
Manaslu Base Camp [4400 M High] Trekking is a unique opportunity to experience the spectacular Himalayan Views. Along the border of Nepal and Tibet, it is the relatively untouched region for trekking. Behind the Manaslu, Massif cuts the Larkya La Pass which is one of the recently opened areas to trekking in Nepal. It offers some of the exciting trekking in the Himalayan wilderness.
You can commence the journey to Gorkha Palace, the former capital of the Shah Dynasty enjoying scenic beauty on the Prithvi Highway or direct drive to Arughat, a famous local market of Gorkha and Dhading districts. Trekking along wild Budhi Gandaki River, you will pass rough gorges cut between Himalchuli (7890m) and Ganesh Himal (7429m).
On the way, you will experience some steep trails but the charming sight of the Manaslu Peak (8165m) will drive away all your fatigue. As you climb towards your goal- Larkya La Pass (5153m), the Buddhist prayer lags and Chortens seem to offer spiritual support. The views of Manaslu and surrounding peaks mesmerize you and photography will take a long time and embed the fantastic scene in your eye. Moreover, you will experience a delightful walk back along the Marsyangdi valley along the tranquil river with the side scene of small villages and reach Basisahar by crossing the Crystal Rivers. Besides that, you can keep on your trekking to Pokhara, the most beautiful city of Nepal.
Another exciting trek close to Manaslu is the remote Tsum Valley side-trip. Tsum comes from the Tibetan word ‘Tsombo’, which means vivid and we can only agree. Tsum is said to be one of the hidden valleys which was blessed for spiritual practice to save the planet from destruction and corruption. As it takes immense hardships to reach the valley, it is supposed to be a paradise on earth or the Garden of Eden.
This trek has been the absolute highlight among fourteen trips to Nepal as it rewards with strong, friendly, hospitable people, a living Buddhist culture and untouched wildlife because of Buddhist prohibition on hunting. In spite of the residence of economically backward people, their unique culture has remained unbroken.
This trek does not require super physical fitness. But you should be strong enough to climb and walk. Climb from high camp to the base camp is a long and tiring one. The walkthrough limited way and soak slant are exceptionally troublesome.
|Start Date||End Date||Status||Cost||Book Trip|
|Wed Dec 19th, 2018||Thu Jan 3rd, 2019||Guaranteed||US$ 800||Book Now|
|Fri Dec 21st, 2018||Sat Jan 5th, 2019||Guaranteed||US$ 800||Book Now|
|Sun Dec 23rd, 2018||Mon Jan 7th, 2019||Guaranteed||US$ 800||Book Now|
|Tue Dec 25th, 2018||Wed Jan 9th, 2019||Guaranteed||US$ 800||Book Now|
|Thu Dec 27th, 2018||Fri Jan 11th, 2019||Guaranteed||US$ 800||Book Now|
|Sat Dec 29th, 2018||Sun Jan 13th, 2019||Guaranteed||US$ 800||Book Now|
|Mon Dec 31st, 2018||Tue Jan 15th, 2019||Guaranteed||US$ 800||Book Now|
Airport Pickup and Drop
Bed and Breakfast
Two nights Kathmandu Hotels
Two nights Pokhara Hotels
Trekking Permit (TIMS)
Experience Trekking Guide
Guide Salary and Accommodations
Insurance for Guide/Porter
Certificate for Trek Completion
Meal [ Lunch and Dinner]
Additional Excursions (Applicable to those not mentioned in Itinerary)
Alcoholic in Mountain
|Difficulty||Hard||Trip Lenght||15 days||Group Size||1 to 25 People|
|Best Month||Oct to Dec and Apr to Jun||Transportation||By Bus or Jeep||Accomodation||Tea House or Guest House|
|Style||Package or services||Max Elevation||5100 m.||Meal||Any meal|
|Trip Routes||By Road or off Road|