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Manaslu Trekking Information

Before providing you Manaslu Trekking Information, permit me to tell you about Manaslu. Manaslu, the eighth-most elevated mountain on the planet (8,156 m). The Manaslu circuit trek has major components of different treks of Nepal including both Hindu and Buddhist culture, the natural habitat of wild animals, blooming rhododendrons, a 5000+ m pass, tricky cliffs and eye-stretching mountain views.

This article is going to be very short. I am providing you with only the necessary information that you should know about Manaslu Trek.

Manaslu Trek Information


Here is Manaslu Trekking Information about transportation, the maximum altitude reached, Manaslu trek difficulty, best time, Permits, food and accommodation and highlights.

Transportation: Bus/ Private Jeep

Highest Altitude Reached: Larkya La Pass (5,160 m)

Difficulty: Hard ( Altitude sickness, Physically challenging)

Trekking Days: 10-20 days

Trip Cost: $900 – $150 (depending upon days and services)

Best Months to Trek: September, October, April, May, December

Food: Typical Nepali Food

Accommodation: Guesthouse, Lodge

Permits: Special Restricted Area Permit, Annapurna Conservation Area Permit, Manaslu Conservation Area Permit.

Highlights: Remote and Wild Trekk, Unique Culture and Locals, Amazing Moutain Views, Affordable Price

Trek Starts/Ends: Kathmandu

Can Trek alone: No, Need a licensed trekking guide

Manaslu Circuit Itinerary

Check below the Manaslu Trek information about trekking route. this is just a recommended one. You can customize it as per your need.


Day 1: Soti Khola to Machha Khola

Day 2: Machha Khola to Jagat

Day 3: Jagat to Deng

Day 4: Deng to Namrung

Day 5: Namrung to Lho

Day 6: Lho to Samagaon

Day 7: Rest day in Sama

Day 8: Samagaon to Samdo

Day 9: Samdo – excursion up to Tibetan border

Day 10: Samdo to Larkya Phedi

Day 11: Cross the pass and reach Bimtang

Day 12: Bimtang to Tilje

Day 13: Tilje to Jagat

Day 14: Besisahar

About the author

Mr. Kanchan Bhatta is a professional IT student. Being traveling as his hobby he has trekked almost every part of Nepal. You can also call him Travel Vlogger and Writer. Interested in traveling, he aims to provide a better time and memory in Nepal. He will be sharing travel facts, trips and blogs about trekking in Nepal. Enjoy :D

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