Manaslu Circuit Trek

I’m going to do Manaslu Circuit trek around 20th September (flexible by +- 10 days) and looking for another trekker to go with me and share a guide costs.

My plan is to do Manaslu Circuit within 13-14 days (I have around 5-6 extra days in case the weather will go bad). I was also thinking about to do Tsum Valley together with Manaslu Trek but I’m not insist on that.

If anyone is interested just let me know via +420773652714 (Whatsapp, Signal, iMessages)

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  1. Day 1Kathmandu Arrival
    Welcome to Nepal. After you land at the only international airport here in Kathmandu, you’ll be transferred to the hotel. After freshening up, meet you in the lobby to get briefings about your upcoming trekking tour. Based on available time, the company guide will suggest to you the things you can do during your free time.

    Day 2Kathmandu Sightseeing and Trip preparation Day
    Today we prepare for the trek and check the last-minute checklist for trekking gears and if needed shopping around Thamel. After lunch visit Kathmandu UNESCO world heritage sites, Kathmandu Durbar Squire, Pashupatinath Temple, and Bouddhanath Stupa. Overnight at Hotel.

    Day 3Kathmandu to Ghairung – (1090mm) 3 hrs Drive & 5 hrs Trek
    Today is the start of our journey. We have a 3 hrs drive from Kathmandu to Manakamana; Kurintar. We have a 10 mins cable car ride to reach the Manakamana temple; the historic temple at 1302m, built in the 17th century. Our actual trek begins at Manakamana when we walk along the paths of the Bakyaswori Mahadev. This is a renowned spiritual temple with many who believed in divine powers. Further, we move uphill towards Siddha Lakhan Thapa cave. It offers a clear and magnificent view of the Manaslu ranges. The place also has a 250 years old cave, built during the reign of King Prithvi Narayan Shah. You will then descend towards Tinmane Bhanjyang. Then we conclude your trek at Pipalchap village in Ghairung.

    Day 4Trek to Gorkha
    Today we head towards another historic place called Bungkot. Bungkot is a Magar-dominant village and also the birthplace of Nepal’s first martyr, Lakhan Thapa. We also visit the nearby Lakhan Thapa, Memorial Park. The park has different fascinating wonders with great historical importance like Thapa’s sword, stone spout, and many more. Bungkot also has the facility of homestay and other local organic markets. Gorkha Bazaar is the district headquarters of Gorkha. You will have more options for accommodation, food, and other.

    Day 5Gorkha Bazaar excursion
    Gorkha has great historical and cultural importance in the history of Nepal. It was the point where the unification of our modern Nepal was started by King Prithvi Narayan Shah. So, there are a lot of places that we explore in Gorkha. We tour places like Gorkha Palace, Gorakhnath Cave, and Gorkha Museum. Gorkha palace illustrates Gurkha’s history very artfully. The palace is about 300m above Gorkha Bazaar.

    Made in the 16th century, the Gorkha Durbar is also a medieval fort and a temple. It is at such an elevation that you will have superb views. Along with this, we get beautiful panoramas of the Annapurna, Manaslu, and Ganesh Himal. Nearby the palace, you will also see the burial of Guru Gorakhnath, the spiritual guide of young Prithvi Narayan Shah.

    Day 6Drive and trek to Sirandanda
    Today we reached Bhacheck village after about 6 hrs drive. From Bhacheck, an easy hike of 1-2 hours’ take us to Sirandanda. Sirananda is a settlement at an altitude of 1900 meters. In Nepali, Sirandada means ‘hilltop’. As the name suggests it lies on the top of a hill. There are many attractions here like Dudhpokhari, Nagpokhari, Bhot Dodar, Chima Dharadi, and a tea garden. Alongside, we get a fascinating view of the Manaslu range.

    Also, the view of sunrise and sunset is breathtaking. Moreover, the village is a rich diversity of medicinal herbs like Nirmasi, Jatamasi, rato Unyu, Yarsagumba, and Satuwa. We see big farmlands of organic potatoes and tea leaves. This village will actually give the real taste of ethnicity.

    Day 7Trek to Barpak Village
    Leaving Sirandada, today we walk in the northeast direction. The first stop was at Mathar village, 1,790m we reach Ghyachowk within a few hours. Dewalsara, Sum Khola, Daraudi Khola, Goje, and Alagang are some of the attractions of many interesting places here. Then we reached Barpak village. It is a settlement of Gurung, Tamang, Ghale, Sunars, Pariyars, and others.

    Barpak is the home village of the Late Capt. Gaje Ghale is an ex-army and the recipient of the famous Victoria Cross medal. This village has all the basic infrastructures like electricity, internet, medical service, and transportation.

    Day 8Trek to Larpak
    Leaving Barpak we head towards the beautiful village; Laprak. Laprak is the popular destination for Manaslu trekkers. Larpak is a typical Gurung village. There are beautifully settled villages with welcoming locals. Laprak signifies the diversity in the typical Gurung lifestyle and cultural community. The view of various snow-capped mountains is always the major highlight.

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