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Manaslu Larke pass Trek

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Price starting from

$1,968 USD 1,550

per person


17 days

Max. Elevation


Group size

2+ Above

private Tourist vehicle / 4w Jeep as per the itinerary
Best Season
March-may, September-November
Three-star Hotel in Kathmandu; best Available teahouse Lodges on route trek
Breakfast in Kathmandu; three meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and cup of tea) during the trek
Starts at
Ends at
Trip Route
Kathmandu-Arughat Bazaar-Soti Khola-Machha-Khola-Jagat-Deng-Namrung-Lho-Gaon-Sama-Gaon-Samdo-Dharmasala-Cross Larke-La pass-Bhimthang-Tilje-Dharapani-Besisar-Kathmandu


  • An adventure circling around the massive range of the world's 8th highest Mt. Manaslu.
  • An adventure that leads to the full circuit of the world's 8th-highest peak Mt. Manaslu.
  • Explore the scenic high valley of Manaslu enclosed behind an array of high peaks.
  • Walk into nice traditional villages adorned with age-old heritage farm life.
  • Adventurous walks within an impressive cultural country of colorful customs. 
  • From green rolling hills covered in serene woods to fields of ice and glaciers.
  • Traverse over the high Larke-La pass with an exceptional vista of the high mountain range.


Manaslu Circuit  Larke la pass Trek is Around Manaslu, an adventure that takes you to remote pockets of Nepal Mid-West Himalaya. Located within the district of Gorkha, but the mountains extend to Lamjung and some parts of the Manang districts. An enjoyable and scenic high-altitude walk follows the old Trans Himalaya Salt Trade and caravan trail of Nepal to the Tibet border.

One of the main reasons the high country of Manaslu remained closed till it was opened in 1991. But remains a restricted area where foreign visitors, must obtain a special permit to enter the high Manaslu Valley.

Manaslu Circuit trek is a Popular high pass trekking, you see a very diverse, local culture and also explore green hills and snow landscapes mountains, it's an amazing trek. you don't miss trekking, you came to hiker Himalaya trek reputed company, We will make your journey simple comfortable, and safe. 

Manaslu Larke La passes Trek since it flung its door open at present gaining much popularity among trekkers and adventurers. For those who are in search of new Himalayan destinations and Manaslu valley was the right choice due to its scenic landscapes. Including the immense culture of the local natives interwoven with the age-old heritage of Buddhism religion heritage.

Where travelers find the place fascinating exploring through lovely villages around Manaslu valley festooned with long prayer walls and monuments. The charm and beauty of Manaslu Circuit Trek, is traversing from one place to another crossing the high Larke-La Pass.

Which is at a height of 5, 116 m / 16, 752 feet, and offers a breathtaking panorama of the surrounding mountain range. The adventure begins with an exciting overland journey from Kathmandu to reach Nepal Mid-West around low warm heavily cultivated farm areas. Where walk takes you following the raging Buri-Gandaki River right up to its near-source at high Manaslu valley.

That leads you from sub-tropical to cooler hills covered in beautiful woods of tall rhododendron, oaks, and pine trees. As route leads through the lovely villages of Jagat, and Philm to reach Lho-Gaon within the high Manaslu valley. Where you can marvel at facing grand views of the Manaslu range of peaks with Ganesh Himal in the east direction.  

The name ‘Manaslu’ comes from ancient Sanskrit meaning the mind or soul of holy spirits. For Hindus and Buddhists, the Himalayas are an abode of gods and goddesses, in a local language, Manaslu is known as Kutang. A word of Tibetan origin language that is spoken by Manaslu villagers which means a great beautiful land or a haven.

Mt. Manaslu rises high as the world's 8th highest peak at an altitude of above 8,163 m or 26, 781 feet high, first ascent by the Japanese Expedition on May 6th, 1956. The view of Mt. Manaslu North Face is most impressive than the southern sides, as the walk leads to lovely farm villages of high Manaslu valley.

Where you can notice over the fields growing high-altitude crops of barley, buckwheat as well potatoes, and some seasonal vegetables. Walk then reach from the lovely village of Lho to Sama Gaon, the main and large settlement of Upper Manaslu valley. Which is en route to Manaslu base camp, to the Tibet border, as well to Manang via Larke-La pass. We have allowed extra days to enjoy a short hike and excursion around this scenic valley and to explore the village.

Where you can get a glimpse of the local culture and way of farm life in this harsh and dry country. But facing beautiful scenery as Sama-Gaon is situated on the laps of high Manaslu with its adjoining peaks. Spending two nights at Sama-Gaon supports and helps trekkers to get acclimatized before heading towards high Larke-La Pass.

After Sama-Gaon on the high trail reaches the base of Larke-La Pass at Dharmasala, a place with moraine, rocks, and glaciers. Includes a few lodges and guest house to cater to trekkers, next early morning a steep climb leads you to the top Larke-La Pass.

The highest spot of the adventure at 5, 106 m rewards a stunning panorama of high snow mountains. Includes view of some peaks of Annapurna, Himlung, and Larke peak with a whole range of Manaslu as far as Ganesh Himal in the east. Enjoying grand dramatic mountain scenery, where the pass is festooned with hundreds of prayer flags as an offering to mountain spirits and the pass.

From the top, a long descent takes you right to the very bottom back into green vegetation and woodland at Bhimthang. After achieving great success traversing the high Larke-La Pass, an easy but long downhill to reach Manang areas in Dharapani village. Where the route of the popular Annapurna and Manaslu circuit joins, which is also the end of our trek.

On reaching Dharapani, enjoy a few hours of the exciting drive down to low and warm farm areas around Lamjung district at Besisara. A big town and headquarter of the district, and then on the road to Kathmandu. Where our wonderful journey completes, after an overwhelming adventure and experience on the Manaslu circuit trek.

You Need to know Everything About The Manaslu Larke La Pass Trek:

Manaslu trekking is becoming popular among hikers. This is the new and high-pass trekking destination in Nepal. Manaslu trekking is less crowded than other trekking destinations in Nepal. It is a special and amazing trek with excellent views of Manaslu Himal and other panoramic views. On the Manaslu trek, travelers will cross famous places including Buddhist villages, Budhigandaki rivers, forests, valleys, and marshy valleys.

What Type of Trekking permit do you Need for Manaslu Trekking?

You need to get a special permit to hike in the Manaslu area as it is a restricted area in the Himalayas. Manaslu trekking permission is a bit more expensive than other popular Himalayan trekking trips.

To go on Trekking in Manaslu, you need a special permit in addition to your usual hiking permit. The cost of special permits for Manaslu trekking is determined by the weather. During the fall, special permits cost the US $ 100 for the first seven days and the US $ 15 per day for any additional days spent in the area. In the spring season, it costs the US $ 75 for the first seven days and the US $ 10 per day for additional days.

You also need an ACAP permit as we will be trekking to the Annapurna area. Annapurna Conservation Area issues ACAP permission. You have to pay the US $ 30 to get it. At hiker Himalaya treks, we make sure you get all these permissions without any hassle!

How Difficult is it to Walk in The Manaslu  Circuit Larke La Pass Trek area?

Manaslu Trek is a litter hard compared to other trekking! However, the terrain is hard and isolated. As a result, trails can be slippery, steep, rocky, and sometimes rocky. Therefore, great care must be taken while walking. And, with enough planning and physical strength, you can accomplish this mission.

If you are trekking for the first time, especially on the Himalayan trail, this trek can be challenging. Every day, you should walk for at least 5 to 7 hours. The trail offers many ups and downs as well as steep and difficult roads. This trip requires good health and physical fitness. Overcoming difficulties while crossing Larke Pass will definitely boost your confidence level! You will return home with memories of the glory you have achieved!

High Altitude Sickness Manaslu Larke passes Trek:

Manaslu trek will be a lifetime memory in your life. We do not recommend this trek if you are unfit. When you are going to a high place, you may have a high altitude problem so you drink a lot of liquid, ginger soup is good for high altitude, we will recommend Diamox medicine for high altitude.

If you have another serious problem you need to be admitted to the hospital quickly, in this case, you call the helicopter for rescue and our staff will help you with your treatment. The rescue helicopter payment will be covered by the insurance company if you have medical insurance so medical insurance is required to go on this hike.

weather Manaslu Larke Pass Trek:

The best season for Manaslu trekking is from mid-September to late November and from early March to late May. Mornings are usually clear, clouds form in the afternoon and disappear at night. Trekking is also possible in monsoon and winter.

Telephone Internet and Electricity Manaslu Larke La pass Trek:

Few places are available for telephone and internet. You can get an internet password from the hotel counter for telephone and internet costs will be extra.

Most lodges/guest houses charge extra for charging batteries. There is no electricity in the Langtang area. There is electricity or solar power where you can recharge your camera battery, laptop, mobile, etc. for which you have to pay extra.

Accommodation During Manaslu Circuit Trek:

The Manaslu circuit trek has recently been promoted as a tea house trek. Most of the tea shops are run by local people. Nowadays, about 3 to 5 tea houses are sufficient in every city.

All the tea houses have a central dining room which has a heating system and keeps the entire hotel warm. Rooms are small but clean with mattresses, small blankets, pillows, and bed covers.

Hiker Himalaya Treks recommends bringing a warm sleeping bag as you may not get extra blankets during peak season. Generally, we provide rooms on twin sharing basis (only on special requests we can provide single rooms).

Food during Manaslu Circuit Trek:

During Manaslu Circuit Trek, you can get a large variety of food items like rice, lintel, vegetable, Momo, and noodles. Also, you could get western food as well like pizza, and spaghetti but you will get on the local test.

Recommended Breakfast Items: Toast Items, Eggs items, Pan Cakes, Muesli, Gurung Bread, or Tibetan Bread

Recommended Lunch and Dinner Items: Soups items. Pizza, Pasta, Dumplings (fry/steam), Spaghetti, Rice, Noodles, Potato items, and Vegetables.

Best Time to Trek The Manaslu Larke La pass Trek:

March to May, and mid-September to mid-December, are the best times to trek the Manaslu Circuit in Nepal.

Although June to mid-September is also possible, we should prepare the best equipment for rain. And we must be aware that this season has potential.

Drinking Water During Manaslu Larke La Pass Trek:

Along the Manaslu Trekking trails, there are springs and tap water where you could refill your water bottle easily but it is not recommended to drink without purification. So Hiker Himalaya Treks provide water purification tablets to all our clients before starting the trip from Kathmandu. You must have water bottles yourself.

We recommend you bring two water bottles (minimum of one litter). Mineral water is also available to be purchased in tea houses. But we suggest to all our clients and local people not to use plastic bottles due to environmental concerns.

Equipment & Packing List for Manaslu Circuit Larke La Pass Trekking:

The following list is a guideline to help you pack your trekking Manaslu Circuit  Equipment. The weight limit for your luggage is 16 kg or 33 pounds. Remember that your luggage will be carried by our porter. However, you are required to carry a small day-pack with your valuables or anything important. We advise you to pack only what is necessary.

Important Items: Airline tickets; Valid passport; 2 extra passport size photos; Photocopy of your passport; Insurance paper; Dollars, Pounds, or Euros in cash for purchasing a Nepalese visa at Kathmandu airport, for paying at restaurants and hotels, for gratuities, snacks and to purchase your own drinks and gifts; Credit Card (Visa/ Master Card) for withdrawing cash from cash machines if needs.

For Head: Sun Hat; Bandana or head scarf; Headlamp with extra batteries; Sun Glasses with UV protection.

For Upper Body: Shirts (1 half sleeve and 2 long sleeves); Lightweight thermal tops; Fleece Jacket or Wool Sweater; Wind Cheater jacket; Down Jacket

For Lower Body: 1 pair of lightweight thermal bottoms; 1 pair of fleece or woolen trousers; 1 pair of waterproof shell pants and 1 pair of hiking trousers.

For Hands: 1 pair of lightweight wool or fleece gloves and 1 pair of lightweight poly liner gloves.

For Feet: 2 pairs of thin inner socks; 2 pairs of poly or wool socks; 1 pair of Hiking boots (sturdy soles, water-resistant, ankle support); 1 pair of running shoes and/or sandals.

Other Useful Items: 1 sleeping bag (good to -20 degrees C or 28 degrees F); Rucksack and Travel Bags; 1 large duffel bag; A small daypack/backpack for carrying your valuables; Small padlocks for duffel- bags; 2 large waterproof rucksacks covers (optional); Digital camera; 2 water bottles (1 liter each); disposable rubbish sacks; Toiletries: 1 medium-sized quick-drying towel; Toothbrush/paste; Multi-purpose soap; Deodorants; Nail clippers; Face and body moisturizer; Tissue /toilet roll; hiking poles, snack food (chocolate/ biscuits); umbrella; reading book or pack of cards (for leisure time during trekking).

Medical: Your daily taking medicine if any; small personal first aid kit; Aspirin, plasters (band-aids); Sunscreen; lip balms; Anti-diarrhea pills; Anti-headache pills; A cough and/or cold medicine; Anti-altitude sickness pills: Diamox or Acetazolamide; Stomach antibiotic: Ciprofloxacin.

Important Note

  • If you wish to discuss any aspect of this trip or your suitability for other trips, please contact us.
  • The above itinerary is basically a guideline. If you're not satisfied or have an alternative plan please feel free to discuss it with us.

Trip Itinerary



On arrival in Kathmandu and Nepal International Airport via various international airlines, received our guide and staff for a short transfer to the heart of Kathmandu city. Where is your hotel located, after checking into your rooms and then meeting other members of the trip at the hotel lobby for the briefing?

The briefing includes important information regarding Manaslu Circuit Trek, to make your holiday in Nepal more enjoyable. The evening group welcomes dinner in a lovely Nepalese Restaurant with an introduction to the culture of Nepal with folk dance and music.

Meals: Breakfast, Accommodation: Three-star category hotel in Kathmandu, distance: 5 kilometers from Airpot to Thamel 



A free day in Kathmandu preparation for the trek includes a sightseeing tour around Kathmandu valley at places of great historical and religious interest.

The city is steeped with ancient world heritage sites, where the tour takes you around renowned landmarks, like the old Durbar / Palace Square with old Swayambhunath of more than 2,500 years old Stupa, a Buddhist religious monument. Includes the holy Hindu temple of Pashupatinath and the large dome stupa of Bouddhanath of great cultural and religious interest.

Meals: Breakfast, Accommodation: Three-star category hotel in Kathmandu



Starting early morning after a hearty breakfast, board a vehicle to the size of a group, either in four-wheel drive or in a comfortable coach As the drive leads on the main highway past many interesting towns and villages with farms areas to reach low warm areas of Gorkha district in Arughat.

From here drive continues following the Buri-Gandaki River upstream past paddy fields and terraces to reach Soti-Khola for the first overnight stop on the way to Tsum valley.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, Accommodation: Teahouse at Sotikhola, Distance: 136.5 Kilometers



First-day walks begin after a long drive to Soti-Khola, a morning trek following the river into a steep valley, covered in thick forest with several small villages that dot the hillside. Walk follows to a wide valley opposite a tributary stream that joins with the Buri-Gandaki River.

On walks facing lovely views of cultivated terraced of Lap-Besi upper village as the route descends to a wide, sandy riverbed following a trail that meanders below a steep, craggy valley side. As the adventure progress a slow steady climb to Machha Khola for an overnight stop. A small village with several teashops and a small lodge, Maccha Khola means Fish Stream. The village is growing bigger as the motor roads reach Machha-Khola in a short time.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, Accommodation: Teahouse at Machha Khola, Distance: 14.1 Kilometers 



After a first-day walk and overnight in Maccha-Khola village, the second day leads through interesting farm villages within nice As morning walk heads past Machha Khola (Fish Stream), where the name of the village is derived, and then towards upstream to reach Khola-Bensi village a place with Tatopani a natural 'hot spring'.

The journey continues on a broad gravel field towards Lauri stream crossing over a bridge and then climbing on a high trail that leads to descending into an open valley of Yara Khola, as the trek continues for another hour to reach Jagat a nice hill village for an overnight stop.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, Accommodation: Teahouse at Jagat, Distance: 22 Kilometers



From Jagat nice village with pleasant overnight, the morning starts downhill to long stone steps to reach the river, where our route climbs towards the terraced hillside of Saguleri. Enjoy views of Shringi Himal as the walk continues with ups and down to reach a bridge above the Buri-Gandaki River.

Crossing over, where trail winds lead up to another large lovely village at Philm enriched with well-cultivated crop fields and terraces. From here past spread-out villages then climb to golden fields of wheat and barley to reach a rocky ridge top.

The area is covered with dense bamboo forest and a walk leads to a lonely place at Eklai Bhatti, which means a lonely Inn, at present, this small settlement has been overgrown with more shops and tea houses.

After a short rest head towards Deng, as slowly country and landscapes change entering into a gorge above Buri-Gandaki to reach Deng, from here onward into more Buddhism strong culture of Tibetan influence.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, Accommodation: Teahouse at Deng, Distance: 20 Kilometers



Start the morning walk that leads to a cliff wall, after going through a dramatic area, the route follows past several farm villages, as more houses and landscapes become different with the touch of Tibetan Buddhism.

After a few hours' walks come across a moderate size farm village at Bih, from here onward the locals harvest buckwheat, wheat, barley, and potatoes as staple crops, since trekking gained popularity around the area, spinach, carrots, and cabbages are also grown. From here onwards air gets much cooler, and the walk continues for another two hours to a steep-sided scenic valley, encountering prayer stone walls called Mani, and then walking to Ghap village for a possible lunch stop.

After Ghap altitude gains slowly, heading into coniferous tree lines as the trail meanders to climb over a steep hill to reach an open valley of extensive pasture land, and then cross an icy stream that flows straight from the glacier of Lidana peak.

As the walk continues enjoy views of Manaslu, where the local name is Kutang Himal including Pang Phuchin 6,335 m, Saula Himal 6, 235 m with several unnamed peaks above 6, 000 m high. Then uphill altitude gains slowly walk takes you past farm villages to reach Namrung for an overnight stop, the village also known as ShoNamru. Check into a nice simple lodge with the warm hospitality of the villagers.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, Accommodation: Teahouse at Namrung, Distance: 19 Kilometers



From Namrung, after a good simple breakfast walk leads to spread-out farm fields, heading through Yak herder huts and shelters. From here walk enters into a high scenic valley to reach at Lho-Gaon one of the nice villages around Manaslu valley, staying here in this lovely place for an overnight stop.

Where lodges are much better than Namrung and Deng, around Lho-Gaon enjoy close views of Mt. Manaslu North Face, with time to visit the village monastery with many Chorten and Mani walls with a grand view of Ganesh Himal in the east direction.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, Accommodation: Teahouse at Lho-Gaon, Distance: 10 Kilometers



With a nice and pleasant stay in Lo-Gaon, from here morning walk heads on the gradual trail on entering the high scenic Manaslu valley, as trek leads to a slow gentle climb facing grand views of Peak 29 that lies ahead, after a few hours uphill then reach into a small woodland around Shala village. Offers view of Phungi, Manaslu and Himal Chuli. From here walk for a few hours further west to end the day by reaching Sama-Gaon village, with the closest views of Mt. Manaslu.

Sama-Gaon village is one of the prime and largest settlements around Manaslu Valley, where local is mostly farmers cultivating buckwheat, and barley the main crops that can grow on these high and harsh lands. As well raising livestock follows a similar way to traditional farm life like their Tibetan predecessor.

Manaslu villagers are descended from South West Tibet with a history of more than 400 years old, where culture and custom link with ancient Buddhist heritage to its origin Tibetan ancestors. Manaslu villagers still trade and barter across the border in Tibet, which is a few days' walk to the frontier of Nepal and Tibet, as the old Trans Himalayan Salt Trade route passes through Sama-Gaon.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, Accommodation: Teahouse at Sama-Gaon, Distance: 9 Kilometers



A necessary rest day at Sama-Gaon and around this high altitude of above 3, 500 m to have a spare and easy time for acclimatization purposes. Where one can take a short hike around and climb a small hill to catch the best views of the surrounding snow mountains, as well as explore the village and its old monastery of great religious and cultural interest.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, Accommodation: Teahouse at Sama-Gaon



After a wonderful rest day in Sama-Gaon, the adventure continues towards the last village of Gorkha district and Manaslu valley to reach Samdo. The morning starts with a slow climb as the altitude slowly rises heading into dry and arid landscapes, walking at a slow pace taking a short break, and enjoying the beautiful views that surround the valley floor.

Trek heads further North-West with a climb to reach Samdo, the last permanent settlement around the high Manaslu valley. Quite a large village of more than fifty houses for about two hundred inhabitants. At Samdo check into a nice lodge, with free late afternoon for a short walk and rest before dinner, overlooking the great scenery of surrounding peaks and hills.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, Accommodation: Teahouse at Samdo, Distance: 9 Kilometers



From this village adventure here heads closer to another prime destination to cross the high Larke-La Pass, as the morning walk takes you to the end of Manaslu valley. After Samdo, trekking towards the complete mountain wilderness enclosed within high snow peaks, where vegetation and tree lines stop crossing several icy streams on a rocky path to reach Dharmasala or Larke Phedi means the base of the pass.

A place with few huts and shelters serves as a lodge and guest house that can accommodate trekkers in tented camps with food from the nearby lodge. Reaching Dharmasala by lunchtime as well for the last overnight around Manaslu valley within Gorkha district. Afternoon enjoys rest and marvels at the surrounding views.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, Accommodation: Teahouse at Dharmashala, Distance: 8 Kilometers



Early morning starts to cover one of the longest days of this adventure, after breakfast and carrying pack lunch for the day, head for a steep climb past a few huts of Dharmasala, as the route, leads over the moraine of rocks and boulders past the ablation of Larke northern glacier, facing views of Cho-Danda and Larke peak, the climb continues with a long uphill slope to reach on top Larke-La marked with a board with the name and height of the pass.

The top is festooned with Buddhist colorful prayer flags and offerings with stone cairns enjoy rest and a stunning panorama of peaks that encircles the top. The incredible scenery of Ganesh Himal towards the far-east, with peaks of Annapurna Himalayas views of the whole Manaslu mountain range, including Himlung Himal of Nar-Phu area, which is in Manang.

From the top, a long descent to Larcia valley, walk heads further for another few hours on moraine ridge to Tambuche at 3, 900 m, to reach the bottom of the pass, from here on into Manang district, and back into tall tree lines as walk slowly reach you at Bhimthang for an overnight stop after a long, hard day of the adventure.

Bhimthang with a number of lodges, located in beautiful surroundings with a wide green valley, the places marked with prayer Mani walls, surrounded by green tall trees of rhododendron pines and oaks.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, Accommodation: Teahouse at Bhimtang, Distance: 24.7 Kilometers



From Bhimthang onward rest of the journey is much easier a downhill with a few short uphills, as well as another long day to cover to reach the nice village of Tilje near Dharapani village. The morning starts facing views of peaks as the walk continues on a gradual path into dense tree lines.

Walk into the beautiful forest to reach a small settlement at Gho for a lunch stop. Afternoon heading downhill to reach finally a lovely Tilje village in the district of Manang for the last overnight stop in the comfort of a nice lodge accommodation and good foods from the long list of menu.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, Accommodation: Teahouse at Gho, Distance: 20.2 Kilometers



Today, the last day trek of the adventure, the morning of Tilije's nice lodge a short walk with a steep climb above to reach a large Dharapani village, the junction of Annapurna and Manaslu Circuit trail route. Located above the Masrsyangdi River within the district of Manang.

From here board a vehicle made for the rough mountain road. Drive leads past Tal Besi, Chamje, and Jagat villages to enter the Lamjung district after Manang and Manaslu area. Reaching into low warm farm areas to Besisar, a large town and headquarter of Lamjung district for an overnight stop in a nice tourist standard hotel, lodge, or guest-house.

Herewith is the time to get refreshed and walk around the market of Besisar of great cultural interest, populated by Gurung, Magar, Tamang, and Hindu tribes of hill people

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, Accommodation: Guesthouse at Besisar, Distance: 58 Kilometers



An interesting drive to Kathmandu on local or reserved transportation, as the journey heads through farm villages and towns to reach Dumre on the main highway of Pokhara and Kathmandu. From here on the busy road following Trisuli River, a popular rafting river, the drive heads up to the outskirt of Kathmandu valley.

Drive continues reaching the city area of Kathmandu, and then back to your hotel after a marvelous experience and adventure on the Manaslu circuit trekking with the grand services of a Hiker Himalaya guide and porters. Afternoons are free for individual activities and shopping on the last day in Kathmandu and Nepal.

Kathmandu or Pokhara:

Drive time: 5 to 6 hours, Distance: Besisar Kathmandu 178 kilometers, Distance: Besisar to Pokhara 106 kilometers, Accommodation: (Three-star category hotel at Kathmandu, Pokhara), Meals: Breakfast and Lunch



On your last day in Nepal, as a time for your international flight our staff transfer you to the airport for homeward bound, after an enjoyable adventure and great wonderful experience on Manaslu Circuit Trek.

We trust you made some incredible memories with us. Thank you, and have a safe journey home.

Meal: Breakfast Included.


  • The airport picks up and drops services by private van.
  • Kathmandu sightseeing with tour guide by private van.
  • Three-night hotel in Kathmandu Three-star hotel with breakfast included (twin share basis).
  • All necessary trekking permits for Manaslu, Manaslu conservation area, Annapurna conservation area, TIMS card, etc.
  • All accommodation tea house lodges during the trek.
  • Three meals during the trekking (Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a cup of tea).
  • 1 Porter between 2 people (who will help to carry your backpack, 280 USD per porter).
  • Government registered and first-aid trained professional local guide who speaks English First-aid kit.
  • Kathmandu to Sotikhola by private van.
  • Dharapani to Besisara by private jeep, and either Besisara to Pokhara or Kathmandu by private vehicle.
  • Staff insurance, meals, accommodation, equipment, transportation, etc.
  • Agency service charge and government tax/VAT.
  • International airfare and  Nepal visa fee.
  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Personal Insurance (See the travel insurance page).
  • Sightseeing costs (temples, monasteries, etc).
  • All beverages, snacks, and additional expenses such as laundry, hot showers, battery charging, Wifi, etc.
  • personal expenses (phone calls, internet, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, hot shower, trek, etc...
  • Tip to staff (it is expected).


    • Welcome,/Farewell dinner in a famous Nepali restaurant with a Nepali culture dance program.
    • Sleeping bag during the trek, if you request one. (to be returned after the trip completion).
    • Manaslu Trekking map.
      •  Seasonal Fresh fruit each day.
      • Complementary duffel bag/agency.
      • Certificate of achievement.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Yes, upper Manaslu falls on the list of restricted areas for outside travelers, in the past decades remained a forbidden and hidden country, then opened in 1991 but remains a restricted region for foreign visitors, to enter Upper Manaslu from Jagat village requires a special permit till it joins at Dharapani in Manang district. The restriction is mainly due to the close border with Tibet / China where the route leads from Sama-Gaon and Samdu to the frontier of both countries.

    Every village based on the itinerary for overnight stops, do have electricity with hydropower, and some places with personal solar power where guest can charge their electronic gadgets like cell phone, laptop, etc……..on paying some fees per hour for each item.

    Very limited places, in Gorkha or Besisar town at the end of the trek, best is to change your money in Kathmandu for your conveyance. As you are trekking on remote areas of Nepal Himalaya, but to change cash of foreign currencies, where very few lodges on the route may accept to exchange into local Nepalese rupees.  Facilities for ATM or other credit cards besides Kathmandu, in Besisar is available or in major towns on both way drives. 


    The chances are small and rare, as the altitude gains gradually by the time you reach over Larke-La pass or around high Manaslu valley you will be well acclimatized by then. As we have set the itinerary flexible with rest days to make it easier for trekkers to get acclimatized during walks and overnight stops at certain altitudes.

    However, if some people get a slight headache from high altitude, they will soon recover having rest, drinking enough water that helps to acclimatize from the symptoms of AMS or altitude sickness. For very serious conditions, the sick person needs to be brought down to lower areas like Jagat or at Arughat village as well back to Kathmandu, by fastest means of transport either hiring a local jeep, the best calling for helicopter service to reach the nearest and best place with medical facilities and hospitals.

    As you are trekking to the most remote part of the Himalaya, where facilities of good accommodation and food are much limited. From the village of Jagat, some lodges are very simple and basic, but at Lho and Sama-Gaon and Samdu the lodge are much better but with small rooms to accommodate trekkers, it will be clean and hygienic with good foods to enjoy from continental, Chinese, Tibetan, Indian and Nepalese famous Dal Bhat. It is best to carry warm sleeping bags and some snacks, like chocolate, biscuits, cookies, or dry fruits. Most lodge before Tilje and Besisar with common toilets and bath.

    Due to the nature of rough road conditions, after leaving the main highway towards Arughat town and Soti Khola. Using comfortable coach or four-wheel drives like jeep or land rover for mountain and hilly roads. But from Besisar to Kathmandu on comfortable couch and buses or cars as per the size of a group.


    Amazing Trip

    Manaslu circuit Larke La pass Trek is one of the most beautiful trekking in Nepal, I spent my holiday in Manaslu trekking with my best friend, and we joined the hiker Himalaya Treks agency. We are so much Satisfied with company Staff, guides, porter and company boss. I will highly recommend all of you who want to Manaslu circuit trekking please join this company. You will get the service you want.

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