Among the numbers of trekkers visiting Nepal, Manaslu is visited by only two percent of the total trekkers. Manaslu (8,156m) is the eighth highest mountain in the world and one of the most dangerous mountains with high fatality rate.
Among the numbers of trekkers visiting Nepal, Manaslu is visited by only two percent of the total trekkers. Manaslu (8,156m) is the eighth highest mountain in the world and one of the most dangerous mountains with high fatality rate. The region was declared as Manaslu Conservation Area in 1998 in order to conserve the cultural heritages, wild life and natural resources and also to promote the eco tourism to develop the life styles of the local people. Until 1991 the Manaslu region was a restricted area for trekking. The government of Nepal only permitted trekking in Manaslu circuit in 1991. This trek takes you to the ancient slat trading route from Tibet via Budhi Gandaki River.
Manaslu region borders to Tibet and this is one of the main reasons that this trek requires special permit. Manaslu Circuit Trek 15 Days offers an amazing trekking experience with wonderful views. En route Manaslu Circuit Trek you can get stunning views of several snow capped peaks including 10 peaks over 6,500 meters and other different peaks over 7,000 meters. The trek takes you to Larkya La pass at an altitude of 5,235 meters which is the highest point of this trek.
Manaslu Circuit Trek 15 Days begins with a long drive to Gorkha Bazaar from Kathmandu. The drive is scenic and beautiful. Gorkha is the Kingdom of the late king Prithivi Narayan Shah who united Nepal in a single kingdom. You will get to know the lifestyles and cultures of people living in the Manaslu region along the trials. This region is rich in Flora and faunas. Various species of endangered birds, plants and animals are conserved in this area. The people of this area are highly influenced by Tibetan Buddhist culture. The Manaslu region offers the best trekking experience during March to May and September to December.
Day 01: Arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu (1,345 m). Transfer to a hotel, Overnight stay in Kathmandu.
Day 02: Permit issue, preparation, last minute shopping, briefing and Sightseeing. Overnight stay in Kathmandu.
Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Soti Khola (700m / 2,297ft): 7 hours of drive Overnight stay in Soti Khola.
Day 04: Trek from Soti Khola to Machha Khola (900m / 2,953ft): 5-6 hours of trek, Overnight stay in Machha Khola.
Day 05:Trek from Machha Khola to Jagat (1,410m / 4,626ft: 5-6 hours), Overnight stay in Jagat.
Day 06: Trek from Jagat to Namrung (2,630m / 8,626ft: 5-6 hours of trek), Overnight stay in Namrung.
Day 07: Trek from Namrung to Samagaon (3,530m / 11,581ft: 5-6 hours of trek), Overnight stay in SamaGaun.
Day 08: Acclimatization Day in Samagaon. Side Trip to Either Pungyen Gompa, Manaslu Base camp or Birendra Tal (4400 m, 4 hrs)
Day 09: Trek from Samagaon to Samdo (3,860m / 12,660ft:5-6 hours of trek), Overnight stay in Samdo.
Day 10: Trek from Samdo to Dharmashala (4,460m / 14,632ft: 5-6 hours of trek), Overnight stay in Dharmashala.
Day 11: Trek from Dharmashala to Bimthang (3,720m / 12,205ft) via Larkya La Pass (5,160m / 16,930ft): 6-7 hours of trek, Overnight stay in Bhimthang.
Day 12: Rest day at Bimthang, Explore the surrounding.
Day 13: Trek from Bimthang to Dharapani (1,960m / 6,430ft):7-8 hours of trek, Overnight stay in Dharapani.
Day 14: Trek from Dharapani to Syange (1,080m / 3,543ft): 6-7 hours of trek. Overnight stay in Syange
Day 15: Drive from Syanje to Kathmandu( 1345 m : 8 hours of drive), Overnight stay in Kathmandu.
Day 16: Departure from Kathmandu with lots of trek memories.
Arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport (1,345m):
Upon landing at the airport, you'll disembark from the aircraft and proceed to the immigration area for visa processing (if applicable) and passport control.
Immigration and Customs Procedures:
Follow the signs to the immigration counters, where you'll fill out immigration forms and present your passport, visa, and any required documents.
After clearing immigration, collect your luggage at the designated baggage claim area.
Proceed to the customs area to clear customs checks.
Meet and Greet by Trekking Agency Representative:
As you exit the customs area, you'll see representatives from the Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd and hotels waiting with signs. Look for a sign with your name or the name of Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd
The representative will warmly welcome you and assist you with any immediate questions or concerns.
Transfer to Hotel:
The representative will help you load your luggage into the vehicle arranged by the Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd .
You'll be driven to your hotel in Kathmandu. The drive might take around 20-40 minutes, depending on traffic and the location of your hotel.
Check-in and Rest:
Arriving at the hotel, the reception staff will assist you with the check-in process. They'll provide you with the necessary information about your stay.
Once you're settled in your room, take some time to rest and freshen up after your journey.
Rest and Acclimatization:
After a long journey and potentially adapting to a new time zone, it's important to prioritize rest and acclimatization. Drink plenty of water and take it easy on the first day.
Overnight Stay in Kathmandu:
Spend the night at your hotel, getting a good night's sleep to prepare for the trek ahead.
Depending on the Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd's arrangement, after breakfast, this morning might start with acquiring the necessary permits for the Manaslu Circuit Trek, including the Manaslu Restricted Permit, Manaslu Conservation Area Permit (MCAP), and Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP).
The Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd's representative will guide you through the permit process, ensuring you have all the required documents and fees.
Preparation and Packing:
After obtaining the permits, return to your hotel for Lunch.
Use the remainder of the morning to double-check your trekking gear and pack your trekking backpack. Make sure you have all essential items, including clothing, footwear, trekking poles, sleeping bag, and personal necessities.
If you've forgotten any crucial items or want to pick up some additional trekking gear or souvenirs, you can take some time to shop around Thamel, the popular shopping district in Kathmandu. It's a hub for trekking gear stores, local handicrafts, and clothing shops.
Lunch and Relaxation:
Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant in Kathmandu to refuel and relax before the afternoon's activities.
In the afternoon, attend the trek briefing organized by the Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd .
Your trekking guide will go over the details of the trek, the day-by-day itinerary, altitude acclimatization, safety measures, communication, and what to expect during the journey.
This is also a great opportunity to ask any last-minute questions or address any concerns.
Explore Kathmandu (Optional):
If you arrive early in the day and have energy to spare, you might choose to explore some of the nearby attractions in Kathmandu. Popular places to visit include Durbar Square, Swayambhunath Stupa (Monkey Temple), Boudhanath Stupa, and Pashupatinath Temple. You can either explore independently or hire a guide.
Return to your hotel after the briefing. Organize your backpack, ensuring you have everything you need for the trek. Charge your electronic devices and camera, and make sure you have enough memory cards and batteries.
Since you'll be starting the trek the next day, it's recommended to have an early dinner and get a good night's sleep.
Overnight Stay in Kathmandu:
Spend the night at your hotel, resting well for the upcoming trekking adventure.
Early Morning Preparation:
Wake up early to prepare for the day's journey. Pack any last-minute items and ensure our trekking backpack is ready for the drive and trek ahead.
Have breakfast at our hotel or a local restaurant. Enjoy a hearty meal to start the day.
Meet and Departure:
Check out of our hotel and meet with our trekking guide and fellow trekkers in the hotel lobby. Depending on the arrangement, we will board a private vehicle or a tourist bus for the drive to Soti Khola.
Drive to Soti Khola (700m / 2,297ft):
The drive from Kathmandu to Soti Khola takes approximately 7 hours. The road journey is an adventure in itself as we travel through picturesque landscapes, villages, and winding roads. The route will take us through a variety of terrains, including valleys, hills, and along the Budhi Gandaki River.
Lunch En Route:
During the drive, we'll stop at a suitable restaurant for lunch. Enjoy a meal and take a short break to stretch our legs.
As we drive, we'll catch glimpses of rural life, terraced fields, rivers, and small settlements. The scenery gradually changes as we leave the bustling city of Kathmandu behind.
Arrival in Soti Khola:
After the long drive, we'll arrive in the village of Soti Khola. Soti Khola is the starting point of our Manaslu Circuit Trek. It's a small village located at an elevation of 700 meters (2,297 feet).
Check-in at Teahouse:
Check in at the teahouse where we'll be spending the night. Teahouses are basic lodges that provide accommodation and meals for trekkers.
Rest and Relaxation:
After 7 hours of drive, we'll take some time to rest, freshen up, and relax at the teahouse. Enjoy the tranquil atmosphere of the village.
In the evening we'll have our dinner at the teahouse's dining area. We'll likely have a chance to enjoy a variety of local and international dishes.
Overnight Stay in Soti Khola:
Get a good night's sleep to rest and prepare for the first day of our trekking adventure.
Trek from Soti Khola to Machha Khola
We'll wake up early in the morning and get ready for our first full day of trekking. We'll pack our trekking backpack, ensuring wehave all the essentials.
Breakfast and Check-out:
We'll have breakfast at the teahouse in Soti Khola. Check out of the teahouse and get ready to begin our trek.
Start of Trek:
After having the heavy brakfast, Outside the tea house we'll meet our trekking guide and fellow trekkers. Our guide will provide a brief overview of the day's trekking route and plan and we will follow him
Trek from Soti Khola to Machha Khola (900m / 2,953ft):
We'll begin our trek by crossing a suspension bridge over the Budhi Gandaki River. The trail leads us through terraced fields, small villages, and lush forests. We'll experience a gradual ascent and descent as we follow the river.
Along the way, we'll pass through several villages, including Lapu Besi and Khorlabesi. Along the way, we'll take short breaks in these villages to rest and enjoy the scenery.
Lunch En Route:
After few hours of trek, we'll stop at a local teahouse or restaurant for lunch and this is a good opportunity to refuel and rest before continuing our trek.
The trail offers beautiful views of the surrounding hills, cliffs, and the Budhi Gandaki River flowing below.
Crossing Suspension Bridges:
As we progress, we'll cross several suspension bridges that span the Budhi Gandaki River. These bridges are an integral part of the trail and provide a unique experience.
Arrival in Machha Khola:
After 5-6 hours of trekking, we'll arrive in the village of Machha Khola. Machha Khola is situated at an elevation of 900 meters (2,953 feet). Our guide will check in at the teahouse where we'll be spending the night. The teahouse will provide basic accommodation and meals for trekkers. Take some time to rest and relax at the teahouse. We can enjoy the tranquility of the village and the natural surroundings.
We'll have dinner at the teahouse's dining area. Relish a warm meal and engage with other trekkers. Overnight Stay in Machha Khola.
Trek from Machha Khola to Jagat
After a peaceful night's sleep and a hearty breakfast at Machha Khola trekhouse , we'll embark on the next leg of our Manaslu Circuit trek. This day's journey takes us from Machha Khola to Jagat a destination that offers not only higher altitudes but also rich cultural experiences.
Trek from Machha Khola to Jagat (1,410m / 4,626ft):
The trek from Machha Khola to Jagat usually takes around 5 to 6 hours, covering a distance of approximately 11 kilometers. The trail continues to wind along the Budhi Gandaki River gradually gaining elevation as we ascend closer to Jagat. We'll pass through terraced fields, forests, and several small settlements along the way. We'll encounter ups and downs, as well as some rocky sections as the trail winds its way through the river valley. We'll enjoy scenic views of the river, lush hills, and local life. We'll cross the river multiple times over suspension and wooden bridges.
Lunch En Route:
Along the way at teahouse we'll take a break for lunch at a teahouse or restaurant along the trail. Rest, refuel, and soak in the surroundings.
As we passes through the villages like Tatopani and Yaru Khola, you can interact with locals and get a glimpse of their daily life.
Arrival in Jagat:
After approximately 5-6 hours of trekking, we'll reach the village of Jagat. Jagat is located at an elevation of 1,410 meters (4,626 feet).This is the place where have already planned to stay overnight. Our guide will assits to check in at the teahouse. Teahouses in Jagat provide basic accommodation and meals.
Here in the trekhouse, we'll have our dinner at the teahouse's dining area, where we can enjoy a warm meal and share stories with fellow trekkers.
Overnight Stay in Jagat.
Trek from Jagat to Deng
Start our day by waking up early and preparing for another day of trekking. We'll make sure our trekking gear is organized and ready. After that we'll have a nourishing breakfast at the teahouse in Jagat to fuel ourself for the day's trekking.Check out of the teahouse, settle any bills, and gather our belongings. Here we'll meet our trekking guide and fellow trekkers outside the teahouse. Our guide will provide a brief overview of the trekking route and any highlights we'll encounter.
Trek from Jagat to Namrung (2,630m / 8,626ft):
The trail that continues along the Budhi Gandaki River passes through the Deng to Namrung village. To complete this trek it will takes approximately 7-8 hours. Along the way, we'll pass through villages, cross suspension bridges, and navigate through diverse terrain. The route includes gradual ascents and descents, offering a mix of uphill and downhill walking.
We'll trek through villages such as Philim, where we can observe local customs and daily life. The trail offers stunning views of the surrounding hills, valleys, and the river.
Lunch En Route:
Around midday, we'll pause for a lunch break at a suitable spot along the trail or at one of the tea houses. Enjoy a satisfying meal that provides the energy we need to continue our trek.
Villages and Cultural Interactions:
We can observe the local way of life and possibly interact with villagers, we will pass through the village of Ghap. The trail offers beautiful views of the surrounding hills, valleys, and the river below. We'll enjoy the tranquility of the forested sections and the refreshing mountain air. As we ascend, we'll start to feel the effects of the higher altitude. Pay attention to your body's response and maintain a steady pace.
Arrival in Namrung:
After approximately 7-8 hours of trekking, we'll arrive in the village of Namrung.
Namrung is situated at an elevation of 2,630 meters (8,626 feet). We'll check in at the teahouse where we'll be staying for the night. The teahouse will provide basic accommodation and meals. We'll spend some time resting and relaxing at the teahouse. Take in the serene mountain atmosphere and enjoy the views.
Overnight Stay in Namrung:
After having dinner at the teahouse's dining area, we'll get a good night's sleep to prepare for the next day's trekking adventure.
Trek from Namrung to Samagaon
We'll start our day early by waking up, preparing our belongings, and getting ready for another day of trekking. We'll enjoy a hearty breakfast at the teahouse in Namrung, providing us with the energy we'll need for the day's trek. We 'll only leave after completing bills payments of oue expenses.
Trek from Namrung to Samagaon (3,530m / 11,581ft):
We'll meet our trekking guide and fellow trekkers outside the teahouse.We'll follow to our guide's instructions and any highlights for the day's journey and we'll begin our trek by following the trail that ascends further into the mountains. The path offers breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks, including Manaslu, Himal Chuli, and Ganesh Himal. As we trek, we'll pass through charming villages such as Lihi and Sho, where we can observe local life and customs. We'll take the opportunity to interact with locals and learn about their traditions, as well as their connection to the land and mountains.
Lunch En Route:
Around midday, we'll pause for a lunch break at a suitable spot along the trail or at one of the tea houses. Enjoy a satisfying meal that provides the energy we need to continue our trek.
Scenic Landscapes and facing altitude sickness:
As we continue the trail, it will takes us through alpine forests, meadows, and rugged terrain. Enjoy the natural beauty and tranquility of the surroundings. As we ascend to higher altitudes, we will need to pay attention to how our body is acclimatizing. We'll stay hydrated and maintain a steady pace.
Arrival in Samagaon:
After approximately 5-6 hours of trekking, we'll arrive in the village of Samagaon.
Samagaon is located at an elevation of 3,530 meters (11,581 feet). Here we'll check in at the teahouse where we'll be spending the night. The teahouse will provide basic accommodation and meals. We'll spend some time resting and relaxing at the teahouse and take in the awe-inspiring mountain scenery.
We'll have dinner at the teahouse's dining area, where we can enjoy a warm meal and share stories with other trekkers.
Overnight Stay in Samagaon.
Acclimatization Day in Samagaon
An acclimatization day is crucial for adapting to higher altitudes and reducing the risk of altitude-related issues. On this day, we'll remain in Samagaon and engage in activities that help our body adjust to the altitude. Allow ourself to sleep in a bit, giving our body some extra rest after several days of trekking.
In the morning we'll have a leisurely breakfast at the teahouse, ensuring us consume enough calories to fuel our body for the day ahead.
Use the day to explore the village of Samagaon. We'll take a walk around the village to admire the traditional houses, interact with the locals, and learn about their way of life.
Visit Pungyen Gompa:
One popular option is to hike to Pungyen Gompa, a monastery located above Samagaon. The hike offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.
The hike to Pungyen Gompa also serves as a good way to acclimatize further and gradually gain altitude.
Manaslu Base Camp or Birendra Lake (optional):
Trekkker alternatively choose these place for hiking in acclimatization day. As Birendra tal is shortest and closest place for hiking from Samagaun, If we have enough time to hike and return back from Birendra taal, then will go for hiking.
We'll spend part of our day resting at the teahouse or a comfortable spot. Hydration is important at higher altitudes, so drink plenty of water throughout the day.
During the lunch time , we'll be back to the teahouse or find a nearest local restaurant and have our lunch. A balanced meal will help replenish our energy.
Similarly we'll spend time simply enjoying the stunning mountain views from Samagaon. This can be a relaxing and peaceful experience. Later on, we'll chat with our trekking guide and fellow trekkers about altitude acclimatization, safety measures, and tips for the upcoming days.
We'll have our dinner at the teahouse's dining area, where we can share experiences with other trekkers and enjoy a warm meal.
Overnight stay in Samagaun.
Trek from Samagaon to Samdo
After completing our acclimatization days in the Samagaun. We'll trek forward to the Samdo. Start our day early by waking up, preparing our trekking gear, and getting ready for another day of trekking. We'll enjoy a hearty breakfast at the teahouse in Samagaon, fueling ourself for the day's trek. We'll check out of the teahouse, settle any outstanding bills, and gather our belongings.
Trek from Samagaon to Samdo (3,860m / 12,660ft):
We'll begin our trek by following the trail that leads us further into the mountains. The path ascends gradually, and we'll enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding peaks. The trek takes us through lush alpine forests, offering a different atmosphere compared to the previous days of trekking. We might encounter yak herders along the way and witness their way of life. Interact with locals and learn about their traditional practices.
Lunch En Route:
Around midday, we'll pause for a lunch break at a suitable spot along the trail or at one of the tea houses. Enjoy a satisfying meal that provides the energy we need to continue our trek. The higher altitude rewards us with stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.
Arrival in Samdo:
After approximately 5-6 hours of trekking, we'll reach the village of Samdo.
Samdo is situated at an elevation of 3,860 meters (12,660 feet). We'll check in at the teahouse where we'll be staying for the night. The teahouse will provide basic accommodation and meals. We'll spend some time resting and relaxing at the teahouse. Enjoy the mountain views and the serene atmosphere.
Overnight Stay in Samdo:
After having a warm meal, we'll get a good night's sleep to prepare for the next day's trekking adventure.
Trek from Samdo to Dharmashala
After having a sustantial breakfast and clearing our all due at the teahouse in Samdo, we'll continue our trek towards Dharmasala.
Trek from Samdo to Dharmashala (4,460m / 14,632ft):
We'll meet our trekking guide and fellow trekkers outside the teahouse and receive any instructions or insights from our guide for the day's journey. As we continue our trek, we'll notice the change in scenery and luckily get chance to enjoy impressive views of high mountains, including the towering peaks of the Manaslu range. The trail might involve crossing glacial rivers, and we'll come across a variety of terrains, including rocky paths and moraines.
Lunch En Route:
Our guide will fixed the site for having lunch. For this, we'll either pause at teahouse or we'll find the spot where we will have our lunch and take rrest for a while. Then after we'll continue our trek.
Arrival in Dharmashala:
After approximately 5-6 hours of trekking, we'll arrive at Dharmashala. Dharmashala, also known as Larkya Phedi, is situated at an elevation of 4,460 meters (14,632 feet).Here we'll check in at the teahouse staying for the night. The teahouse will provide basic accommodation and meals. We'll spend some time resting and relaxing at the teahouse.
Overnight Stay in Dharmashala:
Having a delicious dinner at the teahouse's dining area, we'll get a good night's sleep to prepare for the challenging day ahead.
Trek from Dharmashala to Bimthang via Larkya La Pass
This is a challenging day, so we'll begin our day very early in the morning to ensure we have enough time for the ascent to Larkya La Pass and the subsequent descent to Bimthang. After having a substantial breakfast at the teahouse in Dharmashala, we'll continue our trek
Ascent to Larkya La Pass (5,160m / 16,930ft):
We'll meet our trekking guide and fellow trekkers outside the teahouse. We'll listen carefully to our guide's instructions and advice for tackling Larkya La Pass.
As we begin the challenging ascent to Larkya La Pass, The trail involves a steep climb and might be snow-covered, so we have to be careful and assist our body with trek pole. The pass offers spectacular panoramic views of surrounding peaks and valleys, making the effort truly rewarding.
Passing the Pass:
Once we reach Larkya La Pass, we'll take some time to appreciate the views and celebrate our achievement. Capture some memorable photos.and then prepare to descend back.
Descent to Bimthang (3,720m / 12,205ft):
After enjoying the pass, we'll begin the descent towards Bimthang. The trail takes us through snowfields (depending on the season) and rocky terrain before leading to more open landscapes.
Lunch En Route:
Our guide will fixed the site for having lunch. For this, we'll either pause at teahouse or we'll find the spot where we will have our lunch and take rrest for a while. Then after we'll descend to Bhimthang. As we descend, the landscape changes from the rugged high-altitude pass to a more green and forested area.
Arrival in Bimthang:
After approximately 6-7 hours of trekking, we'll arrive in the village of Bimthang. Bimthang is located at an elevation of 3,720 meters (12,205 feet). As in the itinerary, we will stay in the Bhimthang for tonight. Spend time resting and relaxing at the teahouse. Reflect on our accomplishment and enjoy the serene surroundings.
Overnight Stay in Bimthang:
After having our daily dinner we'll get a good night's sleep to recover from the day's challenging trekking and prepare for the continuation of our journey.
After the physically demanding trek over Larkya La Pass, it's crucial to have a rest day to recover and rejuvenate. A rest day also provides an opportunity to soak in the natural beauty of the area.
Here's how we might spend our rest day in Bimthang:
Take advantage of the rest day to sleep in and allow your body to recover from the previous day's trek.
We'll enjoy a leisurely morning at the teahouse. We'll relax and take our time getting ready for the day. Hotel staff will call us for the breakfast in the dining room, after completing the breakfast, we'll leave the teahouse to explore Bhimthang.
Photography and Reflection:
We'll use the day to capture photographs of the mountains and scenery. Reflect on our journey so far and appreciate the accomplishment of crossing Larkya La Pass.
Rest and Relaxation:
We'll spend time resting at the teahouse. We can read a book, journal about our trek, or simply relax and take in the peaceful atmosphere.
Yoga and Stretching:
We'll engage in gentle yoga or stretching exercises which help to promote relaxation, flexibility and also aid in recovering from the strenuous trek. We'll take a nap or engage in meditation to further recharge our body and mind.
Lunch in the teahouse
We'll back to the hotel where we stay . Here we have our lunch and again continue our exploring day. We'll spend time simply enjoying the breathtaking mountain views from Bimthang. The scenery is truly a treat for the eyes.
Overnight stay in Bhimthang.
Having a dinner in a same hotel, we'll get into te bed for sleep.
Trek from Bimthang to Dharapani
After having a hearty breakfast at the teahouse in Bimthang, we'll continue our today trek to the Dharapani.
Trek from Bimthang to Dharapani (1,960m / 6,430ft):7-8 hours of trek
We'll begin our trek by following the trail that descends from Bimthang towards lower altitudes. The path offers a mix of terrains, including forests, meadows, and traditional villages. We'll trek through lush rhododendron forests, particularly beautiful during the flowering season. The trail might involve crossing rivers and suspension bridges as we make our way through the valley.
Lunch En Route:
.Our guide will fixed the site for having lunch. For this, we'll either pause at teahouse or we'll find the spot where we will have our lunch and take rrest for a while. Then after we'll descend to Tilije towards Dharapani. As we descend, the landscape changes from the rugged high-altitude pass to a more green and forested area.
During the trek we'll pass through small villages such as Gho, Tilije, Thonje and Karte, where we can observe local life, customs and engage with locals and learn about their way of life. This can be a rewarding aspect of our trekking experience. Notice the change in scenery as we descend to lower altitudes. The landscapes might become more lush and green.
Arrival in Dharapani:
After approximately hours of trekking, we'll arrive in the village of Dharapani. Dharapani is located at an elevation of 1,960 meters (6,430 feet). Here in Dharapani, we'll check in at the teahouse where we'll be staying for the night. The teahouse will provide basic accommodation and meals.
Rest and Relaxation:
We'll spend time resting and relaxing at the teahouse. Reflect on our journey and enjoy the warmer climate at the lower elevation.
Overnight Stay in Dharapani:
We'll have our dinner at the teahouse's dining area, where we can share stories with other trekkers and enjoy a warm meal. Then ater we'll get a good night's sleep to prepare for the final days of our trekking adventure.
Trek from Dharapani to Syange
Start our day early by waking up, packing your belongings, and getting ready for the final day of trekking. We'll enjoy a fulfilling breakfast at the teahouse in Dharapani, providing us with the energy that will need for the day's trek. After clearing all due of our expense, we'll leave for Syange. Here, we'll meet our trekking guide and fellow trekkers outside the teahouse. Receive any last-minute instructions or information for the day's journey.
Trek from Dharapani to Syange (1,080m / 3,543ft):
Today we'll begin our trek by following the trail that descends from Dharapani to lower altitudes, taking us closer to the end point of our trek. The path might involve some uphill and downhill sections, as well as picturesque views of the landscape.As we trek through villages like Tal, we'll observe local life and interact with the residents. The trail might include river crossings and bridges as we make our way through the valley.
Lunch En Route:
along the route, we'll take a break for lunch at a teahouse or restaurant along the trail. Rest, refuel, and enjoy a meal with our fellow trekkers. After spending some hour, we continue our trek. As we descend to lower altitudes, the landscape changes, and we might notice more vegetation and a milder climate.
Arrival in Syange:
After approximately 6-7 hours of trekking, we'll arrive in the village of Syange. Syange is located at an elevation of 1,080 meters (3,543 feet). The Compony already fixed for accommodation, we'll just check in at the teahouse where we'll be staying for the night. The teahouse will provide basic accommodation and meals. We'll spend time resting and relaxing at the teahouse.
Overnight Stay in Syange:
After having our dinner, we'll get a good night's sleep.
Drive from Syange to Kathmandu
Begin our day by waking up early, packing your belongings, and preparing for the long drive back to Kathmandu. We'll enjoy a hearty breakfast at the teahouse in Syange, providing us with the energy we'll need for the journey. Check out of the teahouse and make sure you have all your belongings with you.
Start of Drive:
Meet your transportation guide and fellow trekkers at the designated pickup point. Board the vehicle that will take you back to Kathmandu.
Drive from Syange to Kathmandu (8 hours):
Embark on a scenic drive from Syange to Kathmandu. The journey takes you through picturesque landscapes, rural villages, and winding roads.
Enjoy the changing scenery as you make your way back to the city.
Lunch En Route:
Stop for lunch at a suitable restaurant along the way. Take a break, stretch your legs, and enjoy a meal during the drive.
Arrival in Kathmandu:
After approximately 8 hours of driving, you'll arrive back in Kathmandu.
Kathmandu is situated at an elevation of 1,345 meters (4,413 feet).
Check-in at Hotel:
Check in at the hotel where you'll be staying for the night. You'll have the comfort of a private room and facilities after the trek.
Rest and Relaxation:
Spend the evening resting and relaxing in the comfort of your hotel. Reflect on your trekking adventure and the experiences you've had.
Enjoy a leisurely dinner at the hotel's restaurant or explore nearby dining options.
Overnight Stay in Kathmandu:
Get a good night's sleep in preparation for your departure from Kathmandu the following day.
Start your day by completing any final packing and ensuring you have all your belongings.
Check-out and Hotel Departure:
Check out of your hotel and settle any outstanding bills. Leave your room tidy and ready for check-out.
Transport to Airport:
Depending on your flight schedule, your hotel can arrange transportation to Tribhuvan International Airport. Make sure to leave with enough time to reach the airport comfortably.
Flight Check-in and Security:
Arrive at the airport and proceed to the airline counter for check-in. Follow the security procedures and guidelines for your departure.
Board your flight and depart from Tribhuvan International Airport. Enjoy the aerial views of Nepal's landscape as you bid farewell to this beautiful country.
The Manaslu Circuit Trek is a challenging and rewarding trek that takes you through diverse landscapes, high mountain passes, and remote villages. While it offers incredible natural beauty and cultural experiences, it's important to be aware of the difficulties and challenges you might encounter during the trek. Here are some of the main difficulties you might face on the Manaslu Circuit Trek:
The trek takes you to high altitudes, with the highest point being Larkya La Pass at 5,160 meters (16,930 feet). Altitude sickness is a potential concern, and it's important to acclimatize properly, stay hydrated, and be aware of symptoms like headaches, nausea, and dizziness.
The trail includes steep ascents, descents, and rocky paths. The terrain can be challenging, especially during the ascent to Larkya La Pass and other sections of the trek.
Long Walking Hours:
Some days involve long walking hours, which can be physically demanding. Trekking for several hours a day in varying weather conditions requires endurance and stamina.
Weather in the mountains can be unpredictable. It's important to be prepared for changing weather conditions, including cold temperatures, rain, and potentially snow at higher altitudes.
The Manaslu Circuit Trek takes you through remote areas with limited infrastructure. Facilities might be basic, and access to amenities can be limited.
In remote areas, mobile phone coverage and internet connectivity might be limited or unavailable. Be prepared to disconnect from the digital world.
Permits and Regulations:
The trek requires special permits, including a restricted area permit, which adds to the administrative process and cost. Trekking with a registered guide is also mandatory.
The local cultures and customs of the region may differ from what you're accustomed to. Respect local traditions, interact politely with locals, and be mindful of cultural sensitivities.
The trek demands a good level of physical fitness. Regular exercise and training before the trek can help you better cope with the challenges.
Accommodation in teahouses along the trail can be basic. Rooms might not have heating, and hot water availability can be limited.
Altitude sickness, also known as acute mountain sickness (AMS), can be a serious concern. It's important to know the symptoms and understand how to prevent and manage AMS.
Carrying a backpack with essentials can be physically demanding. Pack light, prioritize necessary items, and avoid overloading your pack.
The Manaslu Circuit Trek is best enjoyed during specific seasons when the weather and trail conditions are favorable for trekking. The two primary trekking seasons for the Manaslu Circuit are:
Spring (March to May):
Spring is one of the most popular and recommended times to trek the Manaslu Circuit. The weather is generally stable, and the trail is adorned with blooming rhododendron and other wildflowers.
Temperatures begin to warm up, especially at lower elevations, making it more comfortable for trekking.
The clear skies provide stunning mountain views, including those of Manaslu and other surrounding peaks.
Spring offers excellent photographic opportunities due to the vibrant colors of the landscape.
Autumn (September to November):
Autumn is another fantastic time to trek the Manaslu Circuit. It's considered the peak trekking season in Nepal.
The weather is generally stable and clear, providing excellent visibility of the mountain ranges.
The temperature is moderate during the day, and the nights are cooler but not as extreme as in winter.
The trail conditions are favorable, and the skies are often clear, making for breathtaking mountain views and stunning sunrises and sunsets.
The autumn months coincide with the harvest season, allowing trekkers to experience local cultures and traditions related to harvesting.
The length of the Manaslu Circuit Trek can vary slightly depending on the specific route taken, side trips, acclimatization days, and individual pacing. However, the typical Manaslu Circuit Trek itinerary covers a distance of approximately 177 to 230 kilometers (110 to 143 miles). This distance is spread over a period of about 14 to 18 days of trekking, excluding any additional rest days, acclimatization days, and travel days to and from the starting and ending points.
The trekking distance might be divided as follows in a typical itinerary:
Total Trekking Days: 14 to 18 days (approximately)
Trekking Distance: 177 to 230 kilometers (110 to 143 miles, approximately)
Trekking in the Manaslu region requires trekkers to obtain special permits and be accompanied by a licensed guide and, if desired, a porter. The regulations for trekking in this area are designed to ensure the safety and well-being of trekkers, as well as to support the local economy and preserve the environment.
Here are some key points to consider:
The Manaslu region is a restricted area, and trekkers are required to obtain special permits to enter. These permits are issued only through registered trekking agencies and can't be obtained individually.
The Manaslu Circuit Trek mandates that trekkers are accompanied by a licensed guide. The guide's role is not only to navigate the trail but also to ensure your safety, help with altitude acclimatization, manage logistics, and facilitate interactions with locals.
While hiring a porter is optional, it's highly recommended for several reasons. Porters can carry your heavy backpack, allowing you to trek with a lighter load and reducing the risk of altitude sickness. Additionally, hiring local porters contributes to the local economy.
Safety and Navigation:
The trail in the Manaslu region can be challenging, with varying terrain and altitudes. A guide's experience and knowledge of the trail, as well as their ability to handle emergencies, can greatly enhance your trekking experience and safety.
Having a guide provides an opportunity to learn about local cultures, customs, and traditions from someone familiar with the area. This cultural insight enriches your trekking experience.
Trekking with guides and porters who are committed to responsible trekking practices helps minimize the impact on the environment and local communities.
the Manaslu Circuit Trek requires several permits and documents due to its status as a restricted area. Please keep in mind that regulations and requirements can change, so it's essential to verify the current permit requirements with local authorities or a registered trekking agency before embarking on your trek. The following permits/documents were required for the Manaslu Circuit Trek:
Restricted Area Permit (RAP):
The main permit required for the Manaslu Circuit Trek is the Restricted Area Permit (RAP). This permit is issued by the Department of Immigration in Kathmandu and is mandatory for entering the Manaslu Conservation Area. The permit allows you to trek through the designated restricted areas of the Manaslu region.
Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP):
In addition to the RAP, you also need an Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) since the trek passes through parts of the Annapurna Conservation Area. The ACAP aims to support conservation efforts and preserve the natural environment.
Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS):
The TIMS card is another essential document required for trekking in Nepal. It's a database of trekkers that helps ensure their safety and facilitates search and rescue operations if necessary. There are two types of TIMS cards: one for individual trekkers and one for trekkers in groups.
Local Area Permit (Optional):
Some specific regions or municipalities along the Manaslu Circuit Trek route might require a local area permit. This permit is obtained at local checkpoints and is typically valid for that particular area.
Passport and Visa:
A valid passport with at least six months of validity from your intended departure date is necessary for entry into Nepal. You'll also need a valid visa, which can be obtained upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu or at certain border checkpoints.
Trekking Agency Arrangements:
If you're trekking with a registered trekking agency, they will assist you in obtaining the necessary permits and documents, making the process smoother for you.
The safety of the Manaslu Circuit Trek depends on various factors, including proper preparation, adherence to safety guidelines, the weather, and the experience of your guide and support team. When planned and executed correctly, the trek can be safe and rewarding. Here are some key points to consider regarding safety:
Trekking Agency and Guide: Hiring a licensed and experienced trekking guide from a reputable agency is a crucial step to ensure safety. A guide's knowledge of the trail, weather conditions, and emergency protocols can greatly enhance your safety.
Acclimatization: Proper acclimatization is essential to avoid altitude sickness. Ascending gradually, taking acclimatization days, staying hydrated, and paying attention to your body's signals are important for your well-being.
Permits and Regulations: Obtaining the required permits and adhering to local regulations is a safety measure. Trekking in restricted areas without the necessary permits can be dangerous and illegal.
Weather: Nepal's weather can be unpredictable, especially in mountainous regions. Being prepared for changing weather conditions, carrying appropriate clothing, and knowing when to delay or adjust your trek due to adverse weather is important.
Emergency Plans: A well-prepared trekking agency will have plans in place for emergencies, including access to evacuation and medical facilities if needed. Make sure you understand the emergency procedures.
Physical Fitness: Being physically prepared for the trek helps prevent exhaustion and reduces the risk of injury. Regular exercise before the trek can improve your stamina and endurance.
Communication: Carry a fully charged mobile phone, a portable charger, and a communication device to stay in touch in case of emergencies. Keep important contact numbers handy.
Altitude Awareness: Educate yourself about altitude sickness symptoms and how to prevent and manage it. Trekking with a guide who understands altitude-related issues is crucial.
Stay Hydrated and Nourished: Proper hydration and nutrition are key to maintaining your energy levels and overall well-being during the trek.
Listen to Your Guide: Your guide's instructions are essential for your safety. They know the trail, the culture, and the weather patterns, and their guidance should be followed.
Insurance: Make sure you have comprehensive travel insurance that covers medical emergencies, evacuations, and trek-related risks.
Group Trekking: Whenever possible, trek with a group or other trekkers for added safety and companionship.
The need for supplemental oxygen during the Manaslu Circuit Trek depends on various factors, including your body's ability to acclimatize to higher altitudes, your physical fitness, and any pre-existing health conditions. Most trekkers on the Manaslu Circuit Trek do not require supplemental oxygen. However, it's essential to be aware of altitude sickness and to prioritize proper acclimatization.
Altitude sickness is a result of the body's inability to adjust quickly to higher altitudes with reduced oxygen levels.
Common symptoms include headaches, nausea, dizziness, fatigue, and difficulty sleeping. Severe cases can lead to High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE) or High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE), which are life-threatening conditions.
To minimize the risk of altitude sickness:
Proper Acclimatization: Ascend gradually and spend time at intermediate altitudes to allow your body to adjust. The Manaslu Circuit Trek itinerary usually includes acclimatization days to help trekkers adapt to higher elevations.
Stay Hydrated and Nourished: Drink plenty of water and eat nutritious meals to maintain your energy levels.
Monitor Symptoms: Pay attention to your body and any symptoms of altitude sickness. If symptoms worsen or if you experience severe symptoms, descend to a lower altitude immediately.
Medications: Some trekkers opt to carry altitude sickness medications, such as Diamox, as a precaution. Consult with a medical professional before taking any medication.
Hire a Guide: Having an experienced guide who understands altitude-related issues and can monitor your health can be invaluable for your safety.
Travel Insurance: Make sure your travel insurance covers medical emergencies and evacuations, especially in remote mountain areas.
Manaslu although the weather was severely harsh for climbing for most of the time during the expedition. We are proud to announce that Nima Rinji Sherpa (16 years 5 months 12 days) became the youngest person to reach the main summit of Mt Manaslu.
The cost of the Manaslu Circuit Trek can vary depending on several factors, including the trekking season, the level of comfort you're looking for, whether you're trekking independently or with a guided tour, and your personal spending habits.
Permits: The Manaslu Conservation Area Permit (MCAP) and the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) are required for this trek. These permits can cost around $30 to $35 each for foreign trekkers.
Restricted Area Permit: The Manaslu region is considered a restricted area, and a special permit is required. The cost of this permit varies depending on the season:
March to May: $70 per week per person
September to November: $100 per week per person
December to February: $50 per week per person
June to August: $10 per week per person
Guide and Porter: If you're hiring a guide and/or a porter, their fees will add to the cost. A guide can cost around $25 to $30 per day, and a porter's cost can range from $15 to $20 per day, including their accommodation, meals, and insurance.
Accommodation and Meals: As mentioned earlier, you'll be staying in teahouses or lodges along the route. The cost of accommodation and meals can vary, but a rough estimate might be around $25 to $40 per day, including three meals and basic accommodation.
Transportation: You'll need to consider the cost of transportation to and from the trailhead, which is usually in the town of Soti Khola or Arughat. This cost can vary based on your starting point and mode of transportation.
Miscellaneous Expenses: This includes expenses for snacks, drinks, hot showers, charging electronic devices, and any unforeseen expenses. Budgeting an extra $10 to $15 per day for these expenses can be a good idea.
Trekking Gear: If you need to rent or purchase trekking gear such as a sleeping bag, down jacket, trekking poles, etc., these costs should also be factored in.
This cost will be fluctuate depending upon government rule.
Altitude Sickness: The main and common risk while trekking above about 2500m is Altitude sickness. Altitude sickness is caused by acute exposure to low partial pressure of oxygen at high altitude. The available amount of oxygen to sustain mental and physical alertness decreases with altitude. Available oxygen drops as the air density itself, the number of molecules (of both oxygen and nitrogen) per given volume, drops as altitude increases. So don’t ignore, if you have any symptoms then descending to a lower altitude is the only option.
Water: Have some means to purify water, iodine or a fine ceramic filter are the best options. The streams should be considered polluted and whilst bottled water is often available, the disposal of plastic bottles is a problem.
Nepal is a developing country, Outside of major cities area electricity on trekking can be scares. You should have to pay 100-800 NRs per hour to charge goods on many lodges and also many tea-house treks, including in Annapurna base camp trek, Everest Base camp trek and many others treks also. Chargers often won't work on low power solar systems you find right up in the mountains so u can buy alternative bayonet light to electricity power plug converter, which will only works in low voltage is highlow. The standard Nepalese electrical outlet is a three-pronged triangle so bring three-pronged triangle chargers.
Nepal is a landlocked country which lies in Hindu Kush Himalayan region. Nepal has monsoonal climate having four main seasons: spring, summer, monsoon, autumn and winter.
Below is a general guide to conditions at different seasons:
January to March (winter): In this season temperature will decrease at often 0°C (32°F) at night, with extreme cold at high elevations. It is possible to trek in places like the Everest region during the winter but due to extreme cold weather and heavy snow fall it may be quite difficult than as usual.
April to June (summer): In these months it is quite warm and dry weather. There is an abundance of blooming flowers in the Himalayas at this time, with rhododendrons, in particular, adding a splash of color to the landscape. This season is the best time to undertake mountain expeditions.
June to September (Monsoon): There will be heavy monsoonal rainfall in this season. Rains are generally lighter in high Himalayan reasons. In this season the mountain ranges are not often visible due to the clouds.
October to December (autumn): These months are cool and clear which is due to the end of monsoon, there is little dust in the air so this is the best season to visit the hilly and mountainous regions.
Visa in Nepal can be acquired on arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu and also at the border entry points in Kakadvitta, Birgunj, Bhairahawa, Nepalgunj, Gaddachowki border of Nepal - India and Kodari on Nepal-China border. Visa can also acquire at the nearest Nepal Embassy. For visa renewal purpose you can contact at Department of Immigration, Kalikasthan at Kathmandu. A valid passport and one passport -size photo with a light background is required. Visa can be obtained only through payment of cash in the following currency: Euro, Swiss Franc, Pound Sterling, US Dollar, Australian Dollar, Canadian Dollar, Hong Kong Dollar, Singapore Dollar and Japanese Yen. Credit card, Indian currency and Nepali currency are not accepted as payment of visa fee.
Visa Facility Duration Fee
Multiple entry 15 days US$ 25 or equivalent convertible currency
Multiple entry 30 days US$ 40 or equivalent convertible currency
Multiple entry 90 days US$ 100 or equivalent convertible currency
In Nepal, “Namaste” or “Namaskar” is said to an older or high-status person with palms together, figure up. It is used to greet a person in place of goodbye or hello. There is no limitation how many times you say “Namaste” but, it is better if you say once per person, per day. If You want to say “Thank You” then you can say “Dhanyabaad /'ðɅnjɅbɑ:d/ (Dhan-ya-baad)”
The Manaslu Circuit Trek takes you through a range of altitudes and terrains, from lower villages to high mountain passes. Therefore, packing the right clothing, gear, and equipment is crucial for a safe and enjoyable trek. Here's a comprehensive list of what you might need for the trek:
Moisture-wicking thermal tops and bottoms for warmth and to keep you dry.
Fleece jackets or down jackets to provide warmth in colder conditions.
A waterproof and windproof jacket (with hood) to protect against rain, wind, and cold temperatures.
Lightweight, quick-drying trekking pants that can convert into shorts.
Long-sleeved trekking shirts for sun protection and layering.
Underwear and Socks:
Moisture-wicking underwear and comfortable, moisture-wicking socks (wool or synthetic).
Gloves and Hat:
Insulated gloves or mittens for colder days and a warm hat or beanie to protect your head from the cold.
Headlamp or Flashlight:
Essential for navigating in the dark and during early morning starts.
UV-protective sunglasses to shield your eyes from the sun's glare at higher altitudes.
Buff or Scarf:
A multifunctional item that can be used as a neck warmer, headband, or face mask.
Sturdy, well-fitting trekking boots with good ankle support and a durable sole.
High-quality, moisture-wicking trekking socks to prevent blisters.
Lightweight sandals or flip-flops to give your feet a break at teahouses.
3 Gear and Equipment:
A comfortable backpack with sufficient capacity to carry your essentials.
A warm sleeping bag suitable for the trek's temperature range.
Optional but recommended for added stability and support, especially during steep descents.
Water Bottles or Hydration System:
Stay hydrated by carrying at least two liters of water capacity.
Any necessary prescription medications, as well as a basic first aid kit.
Toothbrush, toothpaste, hand sanitizer, and other personal hygiene items.
Sunscreen and Lip Balm:
Protect your skin and lips from the sun's harsh rays.
A compact, quick-drying towel for personal hygiene.
Camera and Accessories:
Capture the stunning landscapes along the trail.
Keep your electronic devices charged, especially in areas with limited electricity.
Mount Manaslu is famous for several reasons:
Eighth Highest Mountain:
Manaslu is the eighth highest mountain in the world, standing at an elevation of 8,163 meters (26,781 feet). Its prominent stature in the Himalayas draws the attention of mountaineers and outdoor enthusiasts.
Manaslu is renowned for its challenging climbing conditions, including steep sections, technical terrain, and unpredictable weather. Climbers are attracted to its difficulty and the adventure it offers.
Cultural and Natural Beauty:
The Manaslu region is known for its stunning natural landscapes, including diverse ecosystems, lush forests, picturesque valleys, and breathtaking mountain views. The region also offers a unique blend of cultures, as trekkers pass through several ethnic villages with distinct traditions.
The Manaslu Circuit Trek is a popular trekking route that circumnavigates the mountain. Trekkers experience a variety of landscapes, cultural interactions, and the challenge of crossing the high Larkya La Pass.
The Manaslu region is a restricted area, making it more exclusive and less crowded compared to some other trekking destinations in Nepal. This regulation helps in preserving the natural environment and local cultures.
Over the years, mountaineers and adventurers from around the world have successfully summited Manaslu, contributing to its fame in the mountaineering community.
Adventure and Exploration:
The allure of exploration and adventure drives climbers and trekkers to the Manaslu region. It offers a sense of remoteness and untouched beauty that appeals to those seeking unique experiences.
Part of the Himalayas:
As part of the Himalayan mountain range, Manaslu holds a special place in the hearts of those fascinated by the world's highest and most awe-inspiring peaks.
The trek provides opportunities for trekkers to interact with local communities, experiencing the warmth and hospitality of the people living in the region.
The peak has witnessed successful summit attempts by mountaineers, adding to its legacy and history in the mountaineering world.
The Manaslu Circuit Trek is a popular and challenging trekking route in Nepal, offering stunning views of the Himalayas and an opportunity to experience the local culture and landscapes. When it comes to food and accommodation on the Manaslu Circuit Trek,
here's what you can generally expect:
Teahouses: Along the trail, there are teahouses or lodges that provide meals and basic accommodations. These teahouses offer a variety of local and international dishes such as dal bhat (traditional Nepali meal), noodles, rice, soups, and more. While the menu might not be as extensive as in urban areas, you'll find sufficient options to refuel.
Meal Availability: Generally, teahouses offer three meals a day: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Breakfast might include options like eggs, bread, porridge, and tea or coffee. For lunch and dinner, you can usually choose from a variety of items on the menu.
Local Food: Trying local Nepali dishes like dal bhat can be a rewarding experience. It's a wholesome meal consisting of rice, lentil soup, vegetables, and sometimes meat.
Snacks: It's a good idea to carry some energy bars, nuts, and snacks with you, as the trek can be physically demanding and having quick energy sources can be helpful.
Teahouses/Lodges: Along the Manaslu Circuit Trek, teahouses or lodges provide accommodation for trekkers. These accommodations are basic but comfortable enough to rest and recharge. The rooms typically have twin beds and shared bathrooms. Blankets are often provided, but it's a good idea to carry a sleeping bag for extra warmth, especially at higher altitudes.
Shared Rooms: In busier seasons, you might need to share rooms with fellow trekkers due to limited space in teahouses.
Heating: At higher elevations, especially during colder months, some teahouses might charge an extra fee for heating. Be prepared for colder temperatures as you ascend.
Hot Showers: Hot showers are often available at an additional cost. Keep in mind that the availability of hot water might decrease as you gain altitude.
Booking and Client Safety.
As a reputed travel agency in Nepal, Actual Adventure Pvt. Ltd is the one you can always count on when it comes to your safety and booking procedures. We make sure that your money is in the right hand and you can always trust us. Actual Adventure Pvt.Ltd has the following booking terms and conditions. If your booking is accepted by us then a contract is deemed to exist between you and The Actual Adventure Ltd. At this point we will send you a confirmation invoice showing the amount of deposit received and your final balance due. Now you can go ahead and book your international flights and obtain trekking and travel insurance.
While making your trip with us, you are requested to deposit at least 30% of the total amount prior to 30 days of your arrival and the remaining amount can be submitted in the office upon arrival.
To book a trip from Actual Adventure Pvt.Ltd you will need to follow certain processes which are mentioned below.
Step 1: Send us an inquiry using inquiry form, email or call us
Step 2: Discuss and fix the trek itinerary and price.
Step 3: Send us the deposit required to confirm the trip.
Step 4: Send us your Passport copies, Insurance copies, two passport sized photos and others (if necessary)
Step 5: Come to Nepal pay the remaining amount and start the trek.
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If our clients fail to make their trip or want to cancel their program due to any unavoidable circumstances, the company will refund only 70% of the deposited amount. However if you inform prior to 30 days before the trek no cancelation charge will be taken.
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Nepal is generally considered safe for women travelers. Nepal might have a conservative society but the people are open to every kind of cultures which helps to stay true. There haven't been many serious crimes against tourists since few years. Yet, travelers are requested to have considerable care while travelling.
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26th May, 2022
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25th Aug, 2023
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14th Sep, 2022
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25th Aug, 2023
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16th Mar, 2022
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22nd Mar, 2022
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4th Sep, 2022
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