Book This TripManaslu Circuit Trek

Duration: 23 Days
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Best Season: March - May, Sept - Nov

This trek was officially opened to tourist in 1991, but mountaineering expeditions have had long access to the area. In 1950, a party led by HW. Tilman trekked from Thonje to Bimtang and col. Jimmy Roberts crossed Larkya La looking for an interesting mountain to climb. Japanese Expeditions attempted Manaslu (8,156m) every year from 1952 until 1956, when the first ascent was made. Having come to be known as Japanese Mountain, much of the information about the area was available in Japanese. The Japanese continued to dominate the climbing scene of Manaslu until 1971. A few trekkers, including peripatetic Hugh Swift, managed to obtain the trekking permit for the region. But otherwise this trek always has been the domain of the mountaineering expedition.

The journey around these legendary mountain is enjoyable and tough. Beginning from Gorkha, Buri Gandaki Valley river, over Larkya La Pass and descending to the Marsyangadi river, you will trek down to Besi Sahar, from where we will drive back to Kathmandu.


Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 02: Kathmandu city tour
Day 03: Drive to Gorkha
Day 04: Trek to Kanchok
Day 05: Trek to Arughat
Day 06: Trek to Soti Khola
Day 07: Trek to Macha Khola
Day 08: Trek to Nero
Day 09: Trek to Philim
Day 10: Trek to Umbale
Day 11: Trek to Namru
Day 12: Trek to Sama Gomba
Day 13: Rest day
Day 14: Trek to Pungen Glacier
Day 15: Trek to Larkya Base Camp
Day 16: Trek to Bimtang
Day 17: Trek to Tilie
Day 18: Trek to Tal
Day 19: Trek to Syange
Day 20: Trek to Besi Sahar
Day 21: Drive to Kathmandu
Day 22: City tour Kathmandu
Day 23: Departure