• Nepal consists of the most beautiful and stunning off the beaten trekking routes for the trekkers. One among them is the Manaslu circuit trek. It is considered as one of the most challenging and adventurous treks in Nepal.


The Manaslu Circuit Trek on an ancient trail along which you enjoy authentic Nepali culture and hospitality, promises breathtaking views of Mt. Manaslu and its Himalayan peaks counterparts always in the background. Be prepared to witness the ancient culture and almost medieval lifestyle of the people as you trek up northwards Trekking in Nepal. Modernization and commercialization have not touched the purity of the environment yet, so your trek to Manaslu will be a lifetime time-travel experience. Tea houses are on the trail for a night's stay. The other option is to camp under the stars.

The Manaslu Circuit Trek is one of the best Himalayan treks in Nepal. The scenic beauty of the place is extremely remarkable. The adorable panoramic view of the snow-capped peaks is quite adorable. The trek journey around the eye-catching mounts of Manaslu is no wonder the best trekking experience to live. The magnificent beauty of the Himalayan region also facilitates the masses to explore and love the real grace of nature.

Details Itinerary are below.

  • Day 1 - Arrival in Kathmandu

    On your arrival in Kathmandu, our representative from Ace Vision will pick you up at the Tribhuvan International Airport. You can rest for the day and enjoy your own time. In the evening, we will enjoy a group dinner to amplify team-bonding. Overnight in Kathmandu.

  • Day 2 - Kathmandu Sightseeing

    Manaslu circuit trek takes you to the Manaslu Conservation Area in Nepal. This restricted area is declared by the government of Nepal. You will need a special permit to visit this area. We start our day with an early morning tour to Boudhanath. We visit some UNESCO world heritage sites inside the Kathmandu valley. Visit places like Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. By the end of the day, we will have our permits ready for the trek. Overnight in Kathmandu.

  • Day 3 - Drive from Kathmandu to Arughat Bazar 570m by private vehicle and trek to Soti Khola | 730m |

    We drive out early from the Kathmandu valley following the road alongside Trishuli River. View of rivers and lush forests with beautiful villages will ease your eyes. The drive is comfortable at first and a little bumpy towards the end of a 7-8 hours journey. We drive to Arughat Bazaar in Gorkha district, which resides right next to the raging Budi Gandaki River. We gather our necessities and begin the trek to Sotikhola. Overnight in Sotikhola.

  • Day 4 - Trek from Soti Khola to Machha Khola | 930m |

    The trail from Soti Khola to Machha Khola is a well-maintained trail that goes through the fine forests with varieties of flora and fauna. The road takes us to Khursane and past two waterfalls that cling on a rocky cliff. As we proceed forward, we take a quick rest in the Gurung village of Lapubesi. The trail meanders through the rice terraces and it later gives way to the Maccha Khola. Overnight in Maccha Khola.

  • Day 5 - Trek from Machha Khola to Jagat | 1370m |

    The road to Jagat takes us across the Tharo Khola and stops at Khorlabesi. The elevated trail takes us to Tatopani, where we can relax for a while. You need to climb well-crafted staircases to reach a ridge that overlooks Dovan. Gradually you make your way up Dovan until you arrive at Tharo Bharyang. Finally, cross the western bank of Budi Gandaki to reach the stopping point for today, Jagat. This is a famous resting point for travelers on the road to the Manaslu circuit. Overnight in Jagat.

  • Day 6 - Trek from Jagat to Deng | 1860m |

    Today we trek through the sub-tropical forest of oak, birch, and pine trees which is home to many different species of bird here. This region is ideal for bird watching. We also pass through some villages namely Salleri, Eaklibatti, Nyak, and some others. Suspension bridges every now and then over the beautifully bluish Budigandaki River add to the beauty of the journey. We stay overnight at the village of Deng after 6-8 hours of walk. This small village is home to people that follow Tibetan Buddhism. Overnight in Deng.

  • Day 7 - Trek from Deng to Namrung | 2540m |

    We start walking early after breakfast. The trail is steep initially but gets easy as we go ahead. We cross the Mani walls before reaching the gorgeous village of Ghap. From Ghap we move further ahead following the road through Prok village. Pork is an amazing viewpoint for the Siring Himal. The trail meanders along with the dense forests. Passing the deep intense bamboo forests, we reach Namrung. Take some time to admire the dramatic scenery that engulfs this majestic village. Overnight in Namrung.

  • Day 8 - Trek from Namrung to Sama Gaon | 3390m |

    The trek on this day is comparatively easy. The distance we cover is 17.7 km. But, the significant gain in altitude makes it a little tough. We pass through villages like Lihi, Sho, and Lho village. Mani walls and prayer wheels add beauty to the trail. The culture here seems to be highly influenced by Tibetan culture. But still remains untouched and uninfluenced from the modern world. We can get unblemished views of mountains like Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, and Annapurna along the way. After 5-6 hours of walk, we reach Samagaon for the night stay.

  • Day 9 - Hike to Manaslu Base Camp | 4400m | or Visit Pungain Gompa

    This is the day when we explore some side trips and hike to Manaslu Base Camp. Early in the morning, we hike to the base camp. The journey to base camp is extremely satisfying with views unlike anywhere. Majestic Manaslu with its striking shape shines in glory right in the front, this is serene. It normally takes 3 hours to reach the base camp. You might also enjoy the side trips to Birendra Tal: a glacial lake on the base of Manaslu peak, Pungyen Gompa: a divine religious institution with amazing serenity. Overnight in the same tea house.

  • Day 10 - Trek from Sama Gaon to Samdo | 3690m |

    The walk is pleasant from Sama Gaon to Samdo on this day. We cross suspension bridges passing through birch and rhododendron forests walking up and down the hills alongside the Budi Gandaki River. The view on the way is soul-satisfying. Samdo is known for its striking view of Manaslu. After crossing the Kermo Kharka, we arrive at Samdo. Tibetan culture prevails here and can be seen in the lifestyle of locals. Overnight in Samdo.

  • Day 11 - Trek from Samdo to Dharamsala | 4460m |

    Today is an easy day comparatively. Crossing a wooden bridge over the Budi Gandaki River, we start our walk for the day. Mani stones and prayer flags add beauty to the trail. After crossing a few streams, along the trail, we get a stunning view of Larkya Glacier. Further up a little, we reach a stoned-guest house named Dharamsala. We walk for 4-5 hours this day which provides us plenty of time to rest and acclimatize.

  • Day 12 - Trek from Dharamsala to Bimthang 3590m via Larkya La Pass | 5160m |

    On day 12 th, we cross the famous Larke La pass. This is the highest point in our trek taking us up to an altitude of 5160m. From here, the view is out of the world. Mountains surrounding us in all directions, glacial lakes adding colors to the view are all stupendously beautiful. Annapurna II, Himlung Himal, Kangaroo Himal, Manaslu, and many more peaks are all around this giant formation. The trail this day mostly passes through moraines. We trek down crossing the pass walking through grassy moraines. Overnight in Bimthang.

  • Day 13 - Trek from Bimthang to Tilje | 2300m |

    From this day, the trek gets easy gradually. Crossing a wooden bridge over the Dudh Koshi River takes us to Sangure Kharka and we will walk into dense pine and rhododendron forests. Expect to see some Langur on your way through. We walk through the banks of the river. Passing villages like Gho we continue our walk to Tilije. Tilije is a village for brandy produced here locally. Overnight in Tilije.

  • Day 14 - Trek from Tilije to Tal | 1680m |

    We descend from Tilije walking over stone-paved trails. Mani stones and Chortens can be seen down the way up to Thorge village after crossing the Dudh Koshi River. We checkout from Manaslu Conservation Area and check in to Annapurna Conservation Area. Leaving Dharapani behind, we continue our walk to the village of Taal. Taal is an absolutely picturesque village by the banks of Marsayangdi with waterfalls and beautiful colored guesthouses and houses. Overnight in Taal.

  • Day 15 - Trek from Tal to Shyange | 1150m |

    Today we trek for about 7 hours by walking down beautiful natural stairs. Crossing a suspension bridge over Marsayangdi River, we reach Chamje village. Walking down the forest of rhododendron trees we reach Jagat. Wonderful encounter with waterfalls is frequent. A little further ahead is the village of Syange where we stay for the day. Overnight in Shyange.

  • Day 16 - Drive from Shyange to Kathmandu by private vehicle (Optional: Trek to Besisahar and drive to Kathmandu Next Day

    On the 16th day, we will two options to get back to Kathmandu. Depending on your will we may decide to extend our trek or leave for Kathmandu from Shyange.

  • Day 17 - Departure from Kathmandu

    A representative from Ace vision Treks & Tours will escort you to the airport approximately 3 hours before the scheduled flight. On our way to your home, we will have plenty of time to plan our next adventure in the wonderful country of Nepal.

  • Accommodation: Basic tea house accommodation during the trek. Deluxe accommodation for 2 nights in Kathmandu, in Tourist Hotels on twin/king basis with breakfast included.
  • Food: Three meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) during the trek, & Breakfast in Kathmandu
  • Transportation: Airport transfer by private vehicle. Kathmandu -Arughat by Local bus, Besisahar-Kathmandu by tourist bus, (If wish, Private Jeep can be arranged on additional Charge.)
  • Documents: Trekking permit of Manaslu Conservation Area (MCAP), Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) and Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) card, Manaslu Special permit.
  • Human Resource: A professional & experienced English Speaking Guide & one porter (20/22 kg) per two trekkers. All expenses (wages, accommodation, meals, transportation, and insurance) of the Guide & Porters are covered.
  • Tax/Service Charge: we assure you of no hidden charges later in the day. Fees, service charges, & taxes are fixed.
  • Travel insurance and Nepal visa fee.
  • Personal expenses (battery-charging fees, hot shower, Photography, Wifi, Laundry, Phone calls etc.)
  • Beverage (Cold drinks, Bottled mineral water, Alcoholic drinks etc.)
  • Food bought at will.
  • All expenses not mentioned in inclusions.
  • Tips for Guides and porters.

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