Nepal / Manaslu Circuit Trek

Hello Dear adventure fellows!

We are going to arrive in Kathmandu on 08 of November, and going to start the Manaslu Circuit Trek on 10 of November 2023. Now we are confirmed group of 2 person but our group size is opned and we are looking for more trekkers form different countries for create the incredible adventure memory of lifetime. We are going to do the trek according to our guidline itinerary so if anyone havs similar date, plan and looking for the trek partners do not hesitate to contact us. Unfortunately our date is confirmed and not possible to change so sorry for your inconvenience.

Itinerary for Manaslu Circuit Trek
Day 01: – Arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to hotel and meeting with the guide (1340 m. / 4395 fit)
Day 02: – Sightseeing of world heritage sites in Kathmandu valley, preparation of trekking.
Day 03:- Early morning drive to Machhakhola by private jeep (869 m. / 2850 fit) 7 – 8 hrs.
Day 04: – Trek to Jagat (1330 m. / 4365 fit) 5 – 6 hrs.
Day 05: – Trek to Chisapani or Eklebhatti (1570 m. / 5150 fit) 5 – 6 hrs.
Day 06: – Trek to Bihi Phedi (2,130 m. / 6,990 fit) 6 – 7 hrs.
Day 07: – Trek to Namrung (2630 m. / 8630 fit) 6 – 7 hrs.
Day 08: – Trek to Sama – Gaoan (3520 m. / 11550 fit) 6 – 7 hrs.
Day 09: – Acclimatization day in Sama – Gaoan (3520 m. /11550 fit)
Day 10: – Trek to Samdo (3,875 m. / 12,715 fit.) 4 – 5 hrs.
Day 11: – Trek to Dharmasala (4460 m. / 14630 fit) 4 – 5 hrs.
Day 12: – Trek to Bimtang (3590 m. / 11780 fir) 7 – 8 hrs. Vi Larkya –L a pass (5160 m. / 16930 fit)
Day 13: – Trek to Gowa (2,515 m. / 5,250 fit) 6 – 7 hrs.
Day 14: – Trek to Tilje and drive to Pokhara by private jeep (760 m. / 2495 fit) 8 – 9 hrs.
Day 15: – Departure or extend your trip.

Included services:
Arrival transfer; pick up and transfer to hotel by private vehicle
Farewell dinner or welcome dinner in Kathmandu (optional)
Trekking permits and TIMS card
Private jeep transportation before start and after finished the trek
Strong carrier porter with insurance during the trek
Fluency English speaker and good enough trekking experiences guide and insurance
Accommodation American Plan (AP); Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and a cup hot drink with each meal
during trekking days.
Departure transfer, drop to the airport by private vehicle

Excluded services:
International airfare, Nepal visa fee, travel & medical insurance, emergency evacuation
Personal nature expenses (bars & beverages bills shower, telephone, internet, tidbits)
Costs arising from natural calamity, mishaps or anything beyond our control (costs are
nonrefundable and nontransferable in any mean return from the trek earlier than scheduled)
Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu, also in the case of early returns and late departures the scheduled
Services not mentioned in “included services” please ask me if you are confused about any services.

List of the important things for trekking:
Moisture-wicking long-sleeve t-shirts (2)
Moisture-wicking short-sleeve t-shirt (1)
Heavy fleece or down jacket
Gore-Tex or waterproof jacket with hood
Rain poncho
Fleece pants
Trekking pants (2)
Hiking shorts (1)
Waterproof pants
Hiking socks (10)
Warm thermal socks (1)
Long underwear (2)
Underwear (10)
Hiking boots with ankle support
Camp shoes or tennis shoes
Light inner gloves/glove liners
Insulated wool or down mittens/gloves
Broad-brimmed hat
Neck gaiter or scarf (for sun protection)
Wool hat or balaclava (should cover ears)
Gaiters (needed Dec-Feb)
Sweatshirt (optional)
Sock liners (optional)

Trekking Gear & Supplies
Duffle bag for carrying gear via porters (provided by guide if you’re trekking with us)
40L Daypack for carrying what you need on the trail
Waterproof cover for daypack
Water bottles or hydration bladder (i.e. Camelback) water purificatin tablet/filter
Sleeping bag rated to -18°C/ 0°F (available for rental if you haven’t your own)
Trekking poles
Headlamp with extra batteries
Lightweight water filter or iodine water tablets (personal preference)
Hand warmers
Travel pillow or pillowcase
Sleeping bag stuff sack
Dry bags in several sizes
Stuff sacks for dirty clothes/shoes
Camera with extra batteries and memory cards
Small lock(s) for duffle bag and daypack
Sleeping bag liner (optional)
Quick-drying trekking towel (optional)
Emergency sleeping bag

Food & Snacks
Snacks (combine protein & carbs for well-balanced energy)
Thermos (optional for hot beverages)
Re-hydration gels or powder

Lip balm with sunscreen
Toilet Paper
Moleskin, medical tape, and/or duct tape for treating/preventing blisters
Advil or Ibuprofen
Personal prescriptions
Antibiotics (Cipro for travelers’ diarrhea)
Anti-chafe balm (e.g. Body Glide, to prevent chafing)
Diaper rash cream (Can treat rashes or chaffing)
Razor (as needed)
Wet wipes
Hand sanitizer
Feminine hygiene products (as needed)
Face lotion
Hair ties
Earplugs (for sleeping)

Additional Supplies
Portable solar charger/power bank
Playing cards



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