He is Mr.Rajesh Neupane from Northern part of Nepal,Manaslu Trek. He has started trekking since 1998 being as a porter.Within couple of year(2000) he started doing as an assistant guide because of customer feedback.Then within a year he promoted as a full guide.He has done First Aid training,Guide Training,Rock Climbing,Customer service training etc.He has extremely fluent English,learning Chinese and Germany.
During his working period he has already done most of the possible trek and group size.He has done successfully from single person to above 20 people at the same time. He had climbed Island peak in 2005 with Italian and Swiss group successfully.
The most important thing is he is very liberal with customer,understand feelings,always encourage for success,very informative,well known about safety and best price.Now it is on your hand how special holiday do you wanna make it in Nepal.Thanks,Good Luck!!!
“Manaslu is located east of the Annapurna range.” “Manaslu (8163m) is the world’s eight highest peak.” “Manaslu Trekking opened in 1992 for foreigner.”
Manaslu Trekking considered one of the most beautiful trek in Nepal; the Manaslu Trekking will reward the courageous with an incomparable experience. Manaslu area offers a combination of rich culture heritage, impressive views, unique beauty of nature and organic diversity. Manaslu Trekking is laborious trek and require a good experience of trekkers and a good physical condition.
Manaslu trek ascends through Budi Gandaki River which offers us numerous rivers and waterfalls to Larkya La Pass 5213m with striking views of Himalchuli, Manaslu (8118m), Ganesh Himal and other various mountains, attractive diverse of landscape, various kinds of flora and fauna. Laborious part of Manaslu trekking start from Samagoan (3450m) where you could get chance to visit the freezing green lake of Birendra. The biggest challenge of Manaslu Trekking wait for – crossing the snow covered Larkye La pass (5213m), which is a mere 8 km from Tibet border from where you get chance to observe classic views of Himlung Himal (7,126m), Cheo Himal, Gyaji Kang, Kang guru (6,981m) and Annapurna II (7,937m), from Larkya La (Larkya Pass), we descent steep down with full of snow covered trail up to Tanbuche. After crossing the steep down hill we flow narrow trail to the Dudh Khola (White River) banks passing through magnificent forests of rhododendron, Pine and Juniper. As we descend further the alpine vegetation gives way to subtropical greenness. Then we walk flow the Marshyangdi River to Besishahar which will be last night of our Manaslu Trekking.
Highlights of Manaslu Trekking: Views of Tibet and an insight into Tibetan culture through various monasteries and Tibetan settlements, mountain views, Bathing pools, lakes and waterfalls surrounded by alpine and tropical forests, newly open Tea house Trekking , Home stay.
In Manaslu Trekking reason you will find the magic view of the mountains and perfect eco-systems, rich culture and genuine adventure trekkers as they climb to the base of Mount Manasalu.
- ACAP Permit
- Airport Shuttle
- Guide's Salary
- Guide's Transport
- MCAP Permit
- MRAP Permit
- Public Bus
- Access Flights (Both-Ways)
- Access Flights (One-Way)
- Four Porters
- Guide’s Accommodation
- Guide’s Insurance
- Guide’s Meals
- International Flights
- One Porter
- Permit Fees
- Porter Insurance
- Porter's Insurance
- Private Jeep
- Private Taxi
- Public Jeep
- Three Porters
- TIMS Card
- Travel Insurance
- Two Porters
- Visa Fee
I would like to join this trip. But before I do so I would be interested in knowing if there are more people confirmed attending this trip, because of the two people limit in Manaslu.
It looks like one person is already confirmed and 4 spots are remaining. I’ll double check with Rajesh (the guide) and get back to you to confirm.
I just confirmed with Rajesh – one person is confirmed and one other (besides yourself) is interested. So if you booked, you’d have two people to fill the requirements.
Is it possible to get a detailed itinerary of this trip?
Of course. I’ll get it to you shortly.
Are there still spots open for this?
Yes, spots are still open for this trek!