Manaslu Circuit Trek 14 Days

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Manaslu Circuit Trek 14 Days
At a Glance
  • Duration14 Days
  • Difficulty Level Moderate
  • Max Altitude 5200 Meters
  • Group Size Up to 10 Pax
  • Starts Kathmandu
  • Ends Kathmandu

The Manaslu Circuit Trek 14 Days opened in 1991, is a classic trek through the wilderness of the Manaslu region. This 14 days Manaslu Circuit trekking offers a perfect getaway and is distinct from other popular trekking trails in Nepal.

The route map leads you to the isolated region of Manaslu, away from the hustle and bustle of the city and busy trekking trails, which offers epic sights of the Mount Manaslu Himalayan ranges.

The 14 days guided trek to Manaslu (8156m) officially starts with a scenic ride along the rushing Trishuli river with the sights of highland hills, highway shops, terraced fields, small villages, and then finally to the starting point of the trek, Sotikhola.

The trekking trail onward from here winds up to the quaint villages of Maccha Khola, Jagat, Deng, Namrung, Samagaun, Samdo, and Dharmashala along the bank of the tranquil flowing Budi Gandaki River. The route passes through lush pine and rhododendron forests, offering you stunning mountain views all along. 

In between the long walking days, you will get to enjoy an acclimatization day in Samagaun and visit local attractions, such as Birendra Tal and Pungyen Gompa. Experiencing the culture and hospitality of ethnic communities by staying overnight in local tea houses is an opportunity where you will get to learn insight into the local ethnic communities.

The journey tops with a summit of Larkya la Pass at an elevation of 5125m, which offers breathtaking views of Annapurna II (7937m), Cheo Himal (6812m), Himlung Himal (7126m), and Kang Koru (6981m).

The return trek offers the best views of Manaslu and ends in Besisahar after circling Mount Manaslu. Join Himalayan Recreation for an unforgettable trekking experience with our carefully crafted itinerary and attentive service that ensures a memorable stay.

Major Highlights of the 14 Days Manaslu Circuit Trek

  • Trek through the remote Himalayan region of Nepal.
  • Witness the picturesque villages, lush forests, tranquil rivers, and pristine waterfalls along the route.
  • Admire the backdrop of Mt. Manaslu and the Ganesh Himal Mountain Range.
  • Get a chance to encounter endangered wildlife like the Himalayan Tahr and the snow leopard.
  • Traverse through the rocky terrain of Larkye La Pass at 5106 meters.
  • Immerse yourself in the rich antique culture of the region.

What Can You Expect from the 14 Days Manaslu Trek?

The 14 days Manaslu trek offers you a once-in-a-lifetime adventure that cannot be missed. You can expect to trek through the picturesque villages, lush forests, tranquil rivers, and pristine waterfalls of the secluded Himalayan region during this trek as you encircle Mount Manaslu.

With this trip, you will also have the opportunity to walk inside the Manaslu Conservation Area. The major highlight of the journey is when you cross the Larkye La Pass at 5106 meters. Additionally, you can immerse yourself in the rich culture of the region and experience the warm hospitality of the local people.

What does a day during the 14 Days Manaslu Circuit Trip look like? 

During the 14 Days Manaslu Circuit Trip, an ordinary day starts with waking up amidst the stunning Himalayan landscape, and as you enjoy a hearty breakfast at a teahouse, you will set off on the trail. The day entails walking through diverse terrains, crossing suspension bridges over roaring rivers, and passing through charming villages.

Along the route, you will soak in breathtaking mountain views and immerse yourself in the local culture of the ethnic communities. After several hours of trekking, you will have a lunch break at one of the teahouses on the way, where you can have time to refuel yourself.

After that, the walk continues as you trace your steps to the designated area of the day.  After checking into a teahouse and resting, in the evening, you can enjoy dinner, socialize with fellow travelers, and relax, preparing for another exciting day ahead.

Are you fit for the Manaslu Circuit 14 Days Trek?

To know if you are fit for the Manaslu Circuit 14 days trek, it is necessary to consider your physical fitness level and overall health. As the trek involves challenging terrain and high-altitude walking, you need to be in good health with high stamina and the ability to walk for 5 to 6 hours a day on average.

It is also highly recommended that you have previous trekking experience and have acclimatized to high altitude before attempting this journey. If you are in good physical condition and want to explore the secluded Himalayan region of Neooal with this challenging journey, then you are undoubtedly fit for the Manaslu Circuit 14 day trek.

Steps to Prepare for the 14 Days Manaslu Trek

If you're planning to embark on the 14 days Manaslu trek, there are several steps you can take to prepare for the journey. Here are a few steps you can follow to prepare yourself:

  • Build your physical stamina: You can first start by including regular exercise into your daily routine to focus on building your cardiovascular endurance and stamina.
  • Go on short hikes and treks: If possible, we highly recommend completing a few hikes or treks before the 14 day Manaslu trek, where you can spend some time at high altitude. This will help your body adjust to the thinner air and reduce your risk of altitude sickness.
  • Pack smart. While you are packing for the journey, make sure to pack warm clothing, sturdy hiking boots, and other essential gear. Pack according to the trail and weather conditions.
  • Be prepared mentally: As the trek is long and challenging, you must prepare yourself mentally for any kind of changes or challenges that you may face along the route.

14 Days Manaslu Circuit Trek Itinerary

The 14 Days Manaslu Circuit Trek Itinerary takes you through the breathtaking scenery of the Himalayas. Starting with a ride from Kathmandu to Soti Khola, the route map takes you through villages like Machha Khola, Jagat, Deng, Namrung, Lho, Samagaon, Samdo, Dharmashala, Bhimthang, Tilije, and Dharapani. The trek finally concludes with a drive from Besisahar to Kathmandu. Along the way, you can experience the local culture and delicious cuisine and challenge yourself physically and mentally.

Customization for 14 days Manaslu Circuit trekking

The itinerary for 14 days Manaslu Circuit trekking can be customized according to your preference. If you have time restrictions, we can arrange the Manaslu trek in 12 days. You can also choose a different route or add another destination to the itinerary. The cost is subject to change based on the number of days and the route you choose. Additionally, we can also provide a private jeep ride from Kathmandu to Soti Khola if you do not prefer a public ride.

Fixed Departure Group Joining Trip for Manaslu Circuit Trek 14 Days

If you're planning to embark on the Manaslu Circuit trek 14 Days, you have the option to choose between a group or private trip, as both are available.

We are now offering a 14 days group trip for the Manaslu trek with a guaranteed fixed departure for the years 2024, 2025, and 2026. If you're interested in learning more or reserving a spot for the fixed departure, please don't hesitate to contact us directly. We can provide you with additional information on the 14 Days Manaslu Circuit trek cost and itinerary to help you.

A private trip for 14 Days Manaslu Circuit trek

If you're looking for a customized trekking experience, we have just the right thing for you, which is a private trek to Manaslu that spans over 14 days.

With this option, you'll have complete freedom in selecting your route map and itinerary. This means you can tailor your trekking experience to your preferences and make it truly unique. This option is perfect if you want to have a personalized trekking experience with your family, friends, or partner. So, if you're ready to embark on an adventure that's tailored just for you, book our Manalsu 14-day private trek today.

Itinerary

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  • Max Altitude:730m
  • Time:6-8 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner
  • Transport:Local Bus

Once you have your breakfast in Kathmandu, it is time to embark on a journey to Soti Khola, the starting point of your adventure. You will board a local bus that will take you through the breathtaking landscapes of Nepali villages. 

Upon arrival at Aarughat, you will then hop onto a local jeep that will take you to your destination for the night - Soti Khola. There you can get ready to immerse yourself in the local culture and enjoy the tranquility of this beautiful region. Overnight stay in Soti Khola. 

  • Max Altitude:890m
  • Time:6 to 7 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Today marks the official start of your trekking journey. You will begin by following the trail along the riverbank of Budi Gandaki River, passing through lush green forests, and enjoying the breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes. 

As you make your way through terraced fields, cascading waterfalls, and cross-suspension bridges, you will finally reach the village of Labubesi. From there, you will descend towards the river bed and continue to the village of Maccha Khola, taking in the majestic mountains, tropical waterfalls, and picturesque village settings along the way. Overnight stay in Machha Khola.

  • Max Altitude:1340m
  • Time:6 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Today, you will be following the trail along the riverbank of Budi Gandaki River and making your way through lush green forests, terraced fields, and cascading waterfalls. Along the way, you will cross suspension bridges and take in the views of the majestic mountains. 

Continuing the walk, you will then head to Khorlabesi and Thado Varyang before reaching the village of Jagat. You can again enjoy the majestic sight of the mountains and landscapes from Jagat. Overnight stay in Jagat.

  • Max Altitude:1860m
  • Time:6 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

As you embark on your trek today toward Deng from Jagat, the rocky ridges of the trail lead you through a stunning landscape of bamboo, pine, and rhododendron forests. Continuing from Ghatte Khola, you'll cross a suspension bridge and make your way toward the picturesque Gurung village of Philim. 

From there, the trail winds through the verdant millet and grassy fields of Nyak, until you arrive at the tranquil Deng Khola. Once you've crossed the river, you'll find yourself in the charming village of Deng, where you can rest and recharge for the next day of your journey. All along the walk, you will be able to enjoy the tranquil surroundings and the sight of the majestic peaks. Overnight stay in Deng. 

  • Max Altitude:2630m
  • Time:5 -6 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

It is time to mark your way to Namrung from Deng today. After a stroll away from Deng, you'll eventually climb up the ridge and cross a suspension bridge to arrive at Rana. From here, the trail takes you through a stunning array of painted Mani stones and lush forest areas. 

As you continue towards Namrung village, you'll be treated to breathtaking views of Siring Himal, with the river and forest providing a picturesque backdrop for your journey. You can take the time to truly immerse yourself in the Manaslu conservation area and savor the experience of walking through it all. Overnight stay in Namrung.

  • Max Altitude:2957m
  • Time:4 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

The trail today leads you to Lho from Namrung. You will first head to the charming village of Lihi. As you journey through this route, you will be greeted with stunning vistas of the awe-inspiring Ganesh Himal. Along the way, you will come across crafted mani walls, ancient Chortens, and verdant barley fields. 

A small and quaint village called Sho will also be part of your journey, as you make your way toward the landslide-prone hamlet of Lho. The trail beyond Sho will enchant you with its breathtaking views of Manaslu North and Manaslu Main. Once you reach Lho, take some time to explore the small monasteries and Chortens, and soak in the peaceful and spiritual vibes of this serene place. Overnight stay in Lho. 

  • Max Altitude:3530m
  • Time:4 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

The trek today is relatively easy and short as you head to Samagaun from Lho. Making your way from Shyala, today's trek will be the most rewarding as you will witness the captivating views of Mount Manaslu and visit the local Ribung monastery. 

You will cross the glacier-fed Numla Khola making your way to the Lama Village of Sama. On the way, you can get an insight into the Tibetan-influenced culture and traditions. Overnight stay in Samagaun. 

  • Time:3-4 hour
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

This is the first acclimatization day of your trek and it is recommended that you allow your body to acclimatize to the new altitude by taking a day of rest. Today, you can leisurely explore the charming village, and wander to Birendra Tal and Pungyen Gompa to witness the breathtaking beauty of the Pungyen glacier. 

Alternatively, you can also embark on a short hike to the ridge for a closer encounter with the majestic Nadi Chuli, Manaslu, Larke, and Naike. After the exploration, you will head back to the teahouse in Samagaun for an overnight stay. 

  • Max Altitude:3875m
  • Time:3-4 hour
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

The trek today is towards Samdo from Samagaun. First, the route takes you to the base camp from where you can enjoy the surrounding views and after spending some time in base camp you will continue your journey towards Samdo. 

The trail from here onward is a lot more easy walking. The trail passes through lush forests of pine and juniper, pasture lands, Chortens, and Mani walls. Samdo is a small Tibetan refugee village with a picturesque landscape. As you reach Samdo, the soaring Himalayas will welcome you at their best. Overnight stay in Samdo. 

  • Max Altitude:4460m
  • Time:4-5 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Today, you will trace your steps from Samdo to Dharmashala and you will find yourself in closeness to your final destination. As you traverse across various streams, keep your eyes peeled for the awe-inspiring Larke Glacier. Your journey will take you up the path from Larkey Bazaar where you will pass through stunning mani walls and rustic stone huts. 

All along the way, you will be accompanied by the towering presence of Larke Peak and Naike Peak until you finally arrive at Dharmashala where you can rest for the night. Overnight stay in Dharamshala.

  • Max Altitude:5135m/3720 md
  • Time:8-10 hour
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Today is the long-awaited summit day, so you must begin your trek early in the morning to avoid any worsening weather conditions. Your journey will take you down four frozen lakes before you begin an ascent up the steep trail leading to the pass. 

The view from Larkya la is truly breathtaking, with stunning panoramas of the Himlung Himal, Cheo Himal, Kang Kuru, and Annapurna. After spending some time at the pass, you will continue your journey by descending along the high moraine ridge of the Salpudanda glacier. Fortunately, the trail will be easy downhill from here, and you will soon arrive in the picturesque village of Bhimtang, where you will spend the night. Overnight stay in Bhimtang.

  • Max Altitude:2300m
  • Time:5-6 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

It is now time to head toward Tilije from Bhimtang. The trek today is mostly downhill which includes crossing rivers at times, along with the irresistible views of the Himalayas. On the way, you will pass through a lush forest of blooming rhododendron and terraced fields before you reach the village of Gho. An easy walk from Gho will further lead you to the village of Tilije. Overnight stay in Tilije. 

  • Max Altitude:760m
  • Time:8-9 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

As you embark on your journey, today you will come across a beautifully crafted stone-paved trail that will lead you through quaint, picturesque villages. Your path will take you across a sturdy suspension bridge, which spans the breathtaking Dudh Khola river. 

As you continue on your way, you will eventually come across the charming Thonje village, decorated with detailed Mani walls. And as you move ahead, you will eventually arrive at the Annapurna circuit section, where the stunning Dharapani awaits. Once you reach Dharapani, you will take a local jeep to Besisahar, where you will spend the night. 

  • Max Altitude:1350m
  • Time:6-7 hours
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner
  • Transport:Local Bus

Finally, the trek comes to an end. From Besisahar you will catch a local bus and then drive to Kathmandu. You can enjoy the scenic and bumpy ride passing through terraced fields, village areas, highway shops, and lush forests. Once you arrive in Kathmandu, you can spend the remaining day on your own by strolling the Thamel area to buy souvenirs. Overnight stay in Kathmandu.

Route Map

Manaslu Circuit Trek 14 Days map

Cost Details

Cost Includes
  • All ground transport in a private vehicle, including airport transfers
  • 3 standard meals a day during the trek
  • Snacks of seasonal fruits during the trek
  • Best available twin-sharing lodge for accommodation during the trek
  • Kathmandu-Sotikhola by Jeep and Beshishar to Kathmandu by Local bus
  • Himalayan Recreation’s experienced, government-licensed, English-speaking trekking guide during the trip
  • Porter services (1 porter = 2 trekkers)
  • All costs of staff, which include food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment, and medicines,
  • Duffel bag use while trekking, Trekking map and trip achievement certificate
  • Required Manaslu and Annapurna Permit fee and TIMS Fee: Trekkers' Information Management System
  • First-aid medicine kit
  • Farewell dinner with a cultural show in a fine restaurant on the second last day.
  • Government taxes and office service charges
Cost Excludes
  • Meals not specified in the 'Meal Inclusions' in the above itinerary
  • Personal travel insurance, which covers emergency rescue and evacuation,
  • Personal trekking equipment or expenses
  • Alcoholic drinks and beverages.
  • Tips for trekking guides, porters and drivers (tipping is expected)
  • Any other expenses that are not mentioned in the 'Price Includes' section

Dates & Prices

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Starts:Saturday Feb 24, 2024
Ends:Friday Mar 08, 2024
Price US$1099
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Starts:Thursday Feb 29, 2024
Ends:Wednesday Mar 13, 2024
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Know Before You Go

Packing for the 14 days trek to Mount Manaslu

When packing for the 14 days trek to Manaslu, it's important to keep in mind the challenging terrain and weather conditions. You'll need sturdy and comfortable hiking boots, warm and waterproof clothing, and a good-quality backpack. Other essential items include a sleeping bag, a headlamp, a first-aid kit, and a water bottle. Recommended Packing List and essentials for trekking in Manaslu Circuit

Transportation Around Mount Manaslu Trek

The Mount Manaslu Trek 14 days begin with a ride from Kathmandu to Soti Khola. For this, you will have to take a local bus ride up to Aarughat. From Aarughat, you will have a ride on a private jeep up to Soti Khola.

Similarly, on the 13th day of the trek, you will have a ride on a private vehicle from Dharapani to Besisahar. On the 14th day, you will get back to Kathmandu on a public bus.

Maximum altitude of the 14 Days Manaslu Circuit trekking

The maximum altitude of the 14 Days Manaslu Circuit trekking is 5,106 meters at the Larkya La Pass. It's a challenging but rewarding trek that offers breathtaking views of the Himalayas and a glimpse into the unique culture of the Nepalese people. 

From the top of the pass, you can witness the magical sight of a wide range of mountains right before your eyes, which makes the challenging ascent all worth it. Make sure to walk at your own pace, acclimatize properly, and bring appropriate gear for the high altitude.

If you do not already have the required trekking gear, then you can hire or buy the necessary trekking gear and equipment in Kathmandu. Our guide will be there to help and assist you in the buying process.

The best time to complete the Manaslu Circuit Trek 14 Days

The best time to complete the Manaslu Circuit Trek 14 Days is in the spring season, which runs from March to May. In spring, the weather is mild, and the rhododendron flowers are in full bloom, making it a beautiful time to trek. The autumn season, from September to November, is the best time to trek the Manaslu Circuit. The weather is dry and clear, offering stunning views of the mountains and landscapes during this time of the year.

The summer months of June to August are the monsoon season, which can bring heavy rains and landslides, making it less favorable for trekking. However, the lush greenery and fewer crowds can be a plus. The winter months of December to February bring cold temperatures and snow, making it more challenging to trek, but the snow-capped peaks and serene environment can be a unique experience for those who want to take the challenge.

Accommodation options Around Manaslu Circuit Trekking

During the 14 days of Manaslu Circuit Lodge Trekking, there are various accommodation options available along the route map. You will especially be able to enjoy the Manaslu Circuit teahouses trekking on this trip. The accommodation is mostly in teahouses along the trail.

Teahouses are small, family-run guesthouses that offer basic accommodations such as a bed, blanket, and pillow. At the beginning of the trek, you might be able to enjoy the facilities of a WiFi connection and free charging; however, as you ascend, the facilities get limited.

Food and drinking water facilities along the 14 Days Manaslu Trekking Route

You will be provided with three meals a day during the trek. Throughout the 14 days Manaslu Trekking Route, there are choices for food. While trekking, you can find cozy tea houses and small restaurants that cater to both local and Western cuisine.

For lunch and dinner, you can easily find a Nepalese dish, Dal Bhat, that includes lentils, beans, and pulses soup along with rice and a few side vegetable dishes. Additional food items like momo (dumplings), local bread, noodles, sandwiches, bakery products, tea, and coffee are also available on the menu. We recommend you avoid alcoholic drinks during the journey and have enough water to keep yourself hydrated throughout the trek.

There are several water sources, including streams and springs, where you can refill their water bottles along the route. However, it is recommended to carry water purification tablets or a filter to ensure that the water is safe to drink.

How difficult is the Manaslu trek 14 Days?

The Manaslu Trek 14 Days is a strenuous and challenging journey. Although the difficulty level depends on the trekker's physical condition and environmental factors like weather and altitude, for first-time trekkers, the Manaslu Circuit trekking 14 days is relatively challenging.

The trail has steep and rocky ups and downs, making it slippery and strenuous to walk at times. You must walk for at least 5 to 7 hours per day on average, which requires physical fitness and good health. As the altitude is also high for the journey, it is recommended to do some physical exercises before the trek to increase core strength, such as cardio exercises, running, jogging, or dancing. You can also go on a few short hikes or treks to get used to walking.

Acclimatization and safety concerns during 14 days trek to Mount Manaslu

When embarking on the 14 days trek to Mount Manaslu, it's important to prioritize safety and acclimatization. The high altitude of the Larkya La Pass, which reaches a maximum altitude of 5,106 meters, can be challenging even for experienced trekkers.

Thus, to prepare for the trek, make sure to acclimatize properly and walk at a slow pace while ascending. Keeping the risk of altitude sickness in mind, our itinerary contains an acclimatization day at Samagaun that will help you adjust to the thin air and make the trek more comfortable.

Additionally, it's important to stay aware of altitude sickness symptoms and all safety precautions. We recommend you listen to the instructions of your guide properly and inform them as soon as you sense any difficulty in walking.

Permits required for the 14 days trek to Mount Manaslu

You need to have a total of three permits to embark on the 14 days trek to Mount Manaslu, which are explained below with their prices:

  • Restricted Area Trek Permit: The price for this permit varies according to the season and the number of days you are trekking.

Autumn Season (September to November): USD 100 per person for the first 7 days and USD 15 per person per day for the additional days.

Spring season (March to May): USD 75 per person for the first 7 days and USD 10 per person per day for the additional days.

  • Manaslu Conservation Area Permit (MCAP): The price is USD 30 per person.
  • Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP): The price is USD 30 per person.

Budget and price details for the Manaslu trek 14 days

The price of the Manaslu trek 14 Days depends on several factors, such as transportation, accommodation, itinerary, route, and services included in the package. The price, on average, can range from USD 900 to USD 2000 depending on the above-mentioned factors.

Also, the price and total budget can vary according to the type of trip you choose, which is either group or private. On our 100% fixed-departure group trip, we offer certain discounts based on the number of trekkers.

Additionally, don't forget to also consider any additional gear you may need to purchase or rent.

Tips and information for the Manaslu Circuit Trek 14 Days

  • Do not rush during the trek, as it is important to walk at your own pace, and do not skip acclimatization days. 
  • Keep checking your body condition and following the tips of a guide.
  • Avoid venturing on the trek during off-seasons like peak monsoon and winter, as it involves certain risks.
  • Stay hydrated throughout the trek and carry water bottles along with water purification tablets or a water filter.
  • Carry enough Nepalese currency for the entire trek, as there are limited ATMs along the route.
  • Respect the local culture and traditions of the communities along the trail.
  • Leave no plastic or other trash on the hiking trail. Be mindful of your actions and follow guidelines for responsible trekking.
  • Inform your guide as soon as you sense any signs of altitude sickness.

Luggage and storage facility during 14 days Manaslu Circuit Trek

If you happen to have any extra luggage that cannot be carried to the trek, then you do not have to worry, as we offer the service of luggage and storage during the 14 days Manaslu trek.

You can store the extra luggage in our office in Kathmandu or at the hotel where you will be staying. Also, if you are planning to hire a porter, keep in mind that a single porter can carry a weight of 25 kg, which is to be shared by two trekkers.

Travel Insurance for the Manaslu Trek 14 days

When embarking on the Manaslu Trek for 14 days, you need to purchase comprehensive travel insurance to protect yourself and your belongings during the trip.

Make sure to choose a policy that covers high-altitude trekking and any potential medical emergencies that may arise, along with emergency evacuation. The cost of travel insurance is not covered by our package. Therefore, all trekkers are required to submit a copy of their certificate of comprehensive travel insurance during the booking process.

Tipping during the Mount Manaslu trek

Tipping during the Manaslu Trek or any other trekking in Nepal is a customary way of showing appreciation for the hard work of the guide, porter, and other staff. While it is not mandatory to tip, it is always good to thank the staff for making your trek successful. The cost of the tip depends on you and the services you receive.

Mount Manaslu trek 14 days Booking with Himalayan Recreation in 2024, 2025

Booking the Mount Manaslu Trek 14 Days with Himalayan Recreation in 2024 or 2025 offers you an experience of a lifetime, as we are committed to providing our clients with the best service possible.

To make the booking and the entire process easier for you, we make sure to stay online 24/7 and help you with all your confusion. For payment, you can choose from inter-banking or online platforms.

Practice responsible travel with Himalayan Recreation

Here at Himalayan Recreation, we give high priority to responsible travel. We prioritize the preservation of nature and the communities we visit.
We aim to minimize our environmental impact while also enriching your trekking experience.

As a traveler, we also encourage you to take part in responsible and sustainable travel practices. While trekking through the serene trail, make sure to not litter the places you visit, take part in community-building activities, buy souvenirs from locals, and leave nothing but a footprint along the route.

By choosing Himalayan Recreation for the Manaslu Circuit Trek 14 Days, you will be taking part in an initiative for sustainable travel in Nepal.

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