Mansalu Circuit

Hello!

I am a solo traveller looking to find a few trekking partners and a guide for the Manaslu Circuit in Nepal in late feb/early march 2020.

Potentially look to add on the Tsum Valley Trek aswell!

Please message me if interested.

Ben

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  1. Hi Benjamin.. looking to do something similar around the same time.. you can email me at kgupta12@gmail.com..

  2. Hi Ben,

    your plan sounds very interesting! I just looked into hiking in Nepal and am hooked. I looked at the Manaslu region and was planning to go there feb/march. If you are still looking for people to hike with maybe we could exchange ideas/plans over the phone/skype (way easier than writing forth and back 🙂 ). My number is +49 162 8888 102

    Let me know! Have a great day!

    Tim

  3. Hi Ben,

    I recently looked at the Manaslu region and was planning to go there feb/march. If you are still looking for people to hike with maybe we could exchange ideas/plans over the phone/skype (way easier than writing forth and back 🙂 ). My number is +49 162 8888 102

    Let me know! Have a great day!

    Tim

  4. Hey

    This is Ananth here. I’ve trekked extensively in the Nepal and Indian Himalaya (check my profile out for my trekking history in the region), but have never gotten around to doing the Manaslu Circuit and it remains high on bucket list of treks to do; I’m very interested in the Tsum Valley bolt-on as well. I can’t imagine being in the area and not visiting the culturally rich and picturesque Tsum Valley (which is just a few extra days of walking).

    I was wondering about your dates though and if they’re flexible? A little bit earlier in February works much better for me actually. I would like to discuss if that’s a possibility at all.

    In terms of a guide, I’m not particular about much aside from the cost. From my experience in Nepal, you get essentially the same quality of guide unless you have a prior recommendation or pay a hefty premium. If you have someone in mind and are particular about her/him, I’m good with that. If not, I’m open to discussion.

    A few quick questions – Is this your first time trekking at altitude? And your first time in the Himalaya? Do you spend much time outdoors and trekking in particular back home? Just trying to get a gauge of your experience level so that we’re not out of sync here.

  5. Hey! I don’t know if you have found trekking partners yet but i’m interested. I found a guide and I wanted to leave around the same time (feb 22) for 2 weeks in the manaslu region. Let me know if you’re still planing on doing this trek 🙂