Thamel - 29, Kathmandu, Nepal
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Trip datesMar 01, 2019 - Mar 18, 2019
Trip datesMar 12, 2019 - Mar 29, 2019
Trip datesMar 14, 2019 - Apr 01, 2019
Trip datesApr 12, 2019 - Apr 29, 2019
Trip datesApr 14, 2019 - May 01, 2019
Manaslu Circuit Trek is a unique cultural trekking adventure that takes trekkers through the heart of the isolated Manaslu region of Nepal. With the towering Mount Manaslu looming over the region, the journey is an excellent trip through the ethnic hallmarks of Nepal’s far-off village-scape. The trek is a beautiful off-the-beaten-path trek in Nepal and offers a wide range of bio-diversity, warm hospitability and a plethora of Himalayan presence.
The 17-days trail begins as you head to Sot Khola and continue ahead to Machi Khola. Your trek then involves passing through Jagat, Phidim and Deng. The Manaslu region will have already begun with the views of various peaks greeting you to the serenity present in the natural domain. The region is filled with the silky emerald gossamer of its untouched ecosystem; the forests of the Manaslu Region are home to a great many numbers of wild animals and heterogeneous avifauna. Hence, the idiosyncratic flora and fauna of the region is also an integral part of the trekking experience; the foliage changes from sub-tropical jungles in the Himalayan foothills to alpine forests as the trekking trail continues ahead from Soti Khola further up to the village of Namrung, and the Larkya La Mountain Pass at 5000 meters. It is an adventure where the Gurung and Buddhist cultures can be observed up close. Many monasteries and various places of worship are also included in the journey. The Manaslu Circuit Trek is brimming with beautiful natural surroundings and wonderful sights of opal mountain peaks, making it the best off-the-beaten-paths trek in all of Nepal.
Join Himalayan Recreation Treks and Expedition for an unforgettable trekking experience. Our group of well-trained, professional and veteran team and staff members always make sure that our customers are given the best services and are presented with an unforgettable trekking experience.
Today, we will have a guided sightseeing tour of the Kathmandu city. The tour includes visiting the cultural heritage sites listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites List, which includes the Kathmandu Durbar Square, the Swayambhunath Temple, the Boudhanath Stupa and the Pashupatinath Temple. These heritage sites of the city present a wonderful insight into the art and architectural aspects of the Nepali style in their unique decorations and built. After the tour, you will be transferred back to your Hotel. Overnight at the Hotel in Kathmandu.
From Soti Khola, the trekking trail mainly goes through amazing woodlands, heading upstream along the Budhi Gandaki River. We will then descend to the wide, sandy riverbed and then continue along a winding mountain path overlooking the river towards Machha Khola. The terrain is quite chartreuse as the land is covered in trans-Himalayan woods that seem relatively untouched by human activities. Overnight stay at the guesthouse at Machha Khola.
After crossing the Machha River and Khorlabesi, we will pass through the hot springs at Tatopani. The trail follows a forested area until crossing the Dovan Khola. From here, we will make our way to the Budhi Gandaki Valley. We then head towards Lhakpa and reach Jagat shortly. Jagat is a small village that is surrounded by tall green cliffs. Overnight stay at the guesthouse at Jagat.
From Jagat, the trekking trail is relatively easy and undulating. The trail continues to Philim as it winds along the valley to Sirdibas, offering great views of the Sringi Himal (7162m) along the journey. Dropping down to the river, we will cross a long suspension bridge and climb steeply up to Philim. In the afternoon, we can explore the village and its surrounding hillsides. Overnight stay at the guesthouse at Philim.
Moving away from Philim, the trail is laden with impressive waterfalls on either side of the valley. We will pass Eklebatti and head towards the river, crossing it twice over suspension bridges. Then we reach Nyak and continue ahead to reach Deng. Deng is a Gurung village and provides great views of Sringi Himal (7162m). Overnight stay at the guesthouse at Deng.
Today, we will trek steeply up onto a spectacular hill trail before descending down again to cross the river. We will pass through some small settlements along the way and then climb to an impressive open valley. After reaching Namrung, if you want- you can take a side excursion to the small settlement of Prok as well – a two hour round trip. Overnight stay at the guesthouse at Namrung.
Leaving Namrung, we head towards Lihi. The trail runs through landslide prone areas to lead to Lho. We can get splendid views of the Manaslu range on the way Samagaon. The trail follows a lateral moraine of Pungen Glacier towards Sama. It takes a further 20 minutes to reach Sama Gompa for our night halt. Overnight stay at the guesthouse at Samagaon.
Today is set for acclimatization and we spend the day on short hikes around the Samagaon region. The hikes provide astounding views of mountains like Manaslu (8163), Manaslu North (7157m), Simnang Himal (6251m) and neighbouring peaks. After completing a day of exploration, we return to Samagaon. Overnight in Samagaon
The trekking trail crosses pastures and gradually ascends further into the valley. Fantastic views of the mountains, especially Manaslu, loom ahead as we reach Samdo (3875m), a Tibetan refugee village. You can also have a short trek to the Rui La (4,998m). It stands on the border between Tibet and Nepal.
After crossing a couple of streams, we’ll reach the Larkya Bazaar. It is a fair seasonal Tibetan market and is heavy Tibetan influence. We get views of Larke peak (6249m) and Naike peak (6211m) on the way to Dharmashala. The village offers stone houses for trekkers. It is the last overnight stay before the pass. Overnight stay at the guesthouse at Dharmasala.
From Dharmashala, we will trek to Bimthang (3590m), crossing the Larkya La Mountain Pass (5160m). Climbing up to Cho Chanda, we will slowly head uphill towards the steep snow-covered pass. The panorama from the top is truly magnificent. You can see the Himlung Himal (7126m), Cheo Himal (6812m), Kang Koru (6981m) and Annapurna II (7937m) from the mountain pass. The descent is steep as we pass through moraines to Bimthang. Overnight stay at the guesthouse at Bimthang.
With a gentle climb through paddy fields, we will head towards the small Karche La Pass. The trail descends through fig trees and rhododendron forests to Tilje. The trek is filled with views of gorgeous landscapes and the incredible range of biodiversity. You can explore around Tilje to observe the local lifestyle. Overnight stay at the guesthouse at Tilje.
Climbing over a small ridge, we will be trekking on the stone paved trail as it passes through the beautiful villages of the region. We will then cross the bridge and reach the village of Thonje. We will have entered the Annapurna Circuit section of the trek from Dharapani. Further down, we will come across the Karta village and later cross a bridge over Marsayangdi Khola. From here, it is a short descent to the Chamje village. Overnight stay at the guesthouse at Chamje.
We have reached the end of the Manaslu Trek and a local jeep will take us to Besisahar. We will then drive to Kathmandu, bidding adieu to the Manaslu Peak. You can explore the local marketplaces and shop for souvenirs. You can also opt to explore around the city as per your preference. Overnight stay at the Hotel in Kathmandu.
Approximately 3 hours before your scheduled flight, our airport will take you to the airport and bid you farewell. You will depart, hopefully taking with you wonderful memories of the journey.
Accommodation is included
3 Night Hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast in 3 star
Tea house Accommodation during a trek
An Expert English speaking guide with his/her food, accommodation, insurance and salary.
Food from the menu (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner)
Private 4WD Jeep to Sotikhola and require place
Private Jeep car in Kathmandu
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Annapurna Circuit Trek spans over 180km covering four different districts and encircling the entire Annapurna massif. Annapurna Circuit Trek assimilates into a complete adventure while exploring the entire Buddhism prevalent villages and Himalayas and so is also known as Annapurna Round Trek. With serene trails and climbs that go as high as 5416 meters at Thorung La Pass, the Annapurna Circuit Trek is a journey that never slows down and reveals a new experience on every turn of the trail.
This 19-days Annapurna Circuit trek begins at the capital city of Nepal –Kathmandu. After your arrival, you’ll embark on a brief cultural tour of the Kathmandu city and explore some of the famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The trek formally begins at Jagat, Lamjung which takes 7 to 8 hours of the commute from Kathmandu through the swirling hills of Nepal. The entire trek goes anti-clockwise and through the hills to the Himalayas. The slowly rising altitude provides a great chance to acclimatize en route. You’ll cross many villages in Lamjung namely Dharapani, Chame, and Pisang before entering the Manang district. You’ll encounter mountains and the esteemed Buddhist practices at Manang. From here, you’ll make an ascent of one of the biggest passes in the world, Thorung La (5416m), before reaching to the other side to Mustang. Here on, the landscape is entirely semi-arid and desert-like. You’ll descend to Muktinath, a religious destination for thousands of annual Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims. You’ll descend further and make your way to Marpha via Jomsom, the headquarters of Mustang district. From here, it’s a continuous descent. The trek concedes at Tatopani, from where you’ll catch your commute back to Pokhara city. Annapurna Circuit trek can be undertaken mostly during spring (Mar-May) and autumn (Sep-Nov).
Himalayan Recreation specializes in tailored treks around Nepal. We run solo, private, and group treks to Annapurna Circuit. You can choose to join our fixed group to enjoy the trip at a reasonable rate. The all-inclusive package covers entire transportation inside the country, three meals a day, an experienced guide, porter, permits, and other essential logistics.
Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek is one of the best-unsullied 25 Days trekking in Nepal. The journey presents awesome Himalayan vistas and the opportunity to walk through the subtropical lowlands of Nepal adorned with striking glacial highlands, enthralling rhododendron woods, and beautiful villages. The journey’s experience can be described only as blissful as you make way through the traditional rural Nepal settings and confront the pristine massif of mountains.
Taking place right at the very border of Nepal, the Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek presents trekkers a chance to explore and experience the exotic Limbu, Rai, Magar and Tibetan Sherpa culture of the Taplejung district. Mount Kanchenjunga- the third highest mountain in the world and the second highest mountain peak in Nepal, stands vigilantly over the ethnic Rai, Magar, Gurung and Tibetan Sherpa settlements and villages of the region in a melancholic manner, covered in a snowy patina of ivory. Due to the region’s relative isolation, the Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek presents untouched natural environments and gleaming terrains that are unspoiled by the influx of visitors to the area. In like manner, it is the best less-trodden and less-touristy trekking trail in all of Nepal. You can also have a glimpse of the rare animals that reside within the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area, like the Musk Deer and the Blue Sheep. Furthermore, the Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek is a gorgeous adventure that perfectly combines the rural Nepalese Himalayan life with perfect natural settings. The trekking trails are decorated beautifully with chartreuse and emerald foliage, lush verdant trees and pine-scented acreages. Because of the isolation of the trek, the journey presents an amazing natural quintessence with untouched green environments.
Join us for the best and most memorable Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek experience. Our professional staff and team members will make sure that the journey is well-serviced and that our customers are safe, comfortable and satisfied at all times. Come to join us in this ravishing adventure where you can experience the aesthetically pleasing magnificence of the mountains, alluring natural beauty and have a closer look at the culture, lifestyle, and traditions of the ethnic Taplejung people of rural Nepal.
Classic Everest Base Camp Trek from Jiri is a classic journey that lets trekkers walk the same path as Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa walked all the way back in 1953. Comparatively, the trek to EBC from Jiri is less travelled and rather strenuous. It is a more challenging option for enthusiastic thrill-seekers who want to experience an alternate route than the short flight to Lukla. The Classic Everest Base Camp Trek from Jiri adds more to the natural, the cultural and adventurous aspect of the trekking journey.
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The Classic Everest Base Camp Trek from Jiri by Himalayan Recreation is a carefully crafted package that aims to present our customers with an unforgettable experience. We provide the best services and guides throughout the journey and always have the contentment of our customers in mind.