Manaslu Circuit Trek

Trip Overview
  • Duration 17 Days
  • Difficulty Level Moderate or Grade B (**)
  • DestinationNepal
  • Meals & AccommodationBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Trip Start & EndKathmandu-Kathmandu
  • Trip TypeTrek
  • Major Attractionsnow leopard, musk deer, and Himalayan tahr, Larkya La Pass
  • Maximum Altitude5154 Meters
  • Best TimeApril-May-June, September-October-November


  • Mountain journey from Kathmandu to Arughat and back to Kathmandu from Beshisahar
  • A lot of Tibetan and Nepalese people's perspectives
  • The river valley of the Budhi Gandaki is exotic.
  • Views of Mt. Manaslu, Mt. Himchuli, Mt. Ganesh, and other peaks are spectacular.
  • The Larkya La pass (5153m/16901ft) is one of the world's highest passes.
  • Nuri people of Tibet and Nepal have a Tibetan culture.
  • Natural beauty and culture
  • It is quite popular, yet it is still less congested than Annapurna Circuit or Everest Base Camp. 
  • Manaslu is becoming more well-known, yet there are still around ten times fewer hikers on the Manaslu Trail.
  • The Manaslu circuit provides a wild and natural experience with genuine local culture and people, although it is not a camping trip, but rather a tea hose tour (lodge to lodge trek).
  • The Manaslu trip is simple to reach; no long domestic flights are necessary.
  • The Budi Gandaki, a deep, lengthy river valley with several suspension bridge crossings, is followed during the first section of the path.

Manaslu Circuit Trek is an adventure that takes you around the world's eighth highest mountain, Mt. Manaslu. Explore the Buddhist religion's vast and fascinating culture amid the upper Manaslu valley settlements. Trekking across the ice and glaciers arctic zone, from low sub-tropical heat to colder alpine slopes. To a parched and desolate landscape, enchanting woodland of towering rhododendron-magnolia, oaks, pines, and birch. I crossed the high and scenic Larke-La pass, which offers the most breathtaking mountain and hill scenery. Around the Annapurna circuit route, from inaccessible high Gorkha villages to Manang district". 

It is one of the most elegant 8000-meter giants, flanked on the west by the Annapurnas and on the east by the Ganesh Himal.

Unlike in Everest Base Camp Trek, which attracts trekkers from all over the globe, the Manaslu Circuit Trek typically sees fewer people along its path. It's isolated and physically demanding but also culturally fascinating and scenically inspiring.

The route takes you from sweltering lowlands with rice and millet terraces to the majestic Budi Gandaki gorges with turquoise streams and stunning waterfalls. The Manaslu trek's suspension bridges are unparalleled in length, and the seasonal monsoon frequently washes out lesser bridges, forcing trekkers to rely on semi-submerged rocks.

This journey, which was only available to 400 trekkers in 1992, still has the atmosphere of a pioneering expedition. The Manaslu circuit trip is a visual feast from start to end if you want to see what trekking was like in the 1980s, but you must be in good shape.

Slowly, you make your way north to the Larkya La Pass, snowbound and close to the Tibetan border. The altitude is an issue here, but the breathtaking vistas of Manaslu almost make up for it. Larkya La pass is usually snow-covered and icy at 5167 meters. On the descent, micro crampons are frequently utilized. To reach the highest point before the winds arrive, which generally arrive around mid-morning.

With Well Plan Treks, you will absorb the breathtaking panorama of high green hills, snowcapped peaks of the Manaslu Himalaya range, and cultural towns with wonderful, intriguing traditions on the Manaslu Circuit Trekking. A Japanese Expedition first climbed Mt. Manaslu in 1956, and its range of satellite peaks includes Bouddha, Sistine, Himalchuli, and other smaller mountains. A Japanese Expedition first climbed Mt. Manaslu in 1956, and the mountain stands at 8,163 m and 26 781 ft. Its range of satellite peaks includes Bouddha, Sistine, Himalchuli, and other smaller mountains.

The Manaslu Circuit Trek begins with an adventurous and intriguing journey from Kathmandu to the milder lowlands of Gorkha valley along the rushing Buri-Gandaki River. The trek follows the river upstream to its glacier source near Sama Gaon and Larke Phedi in the high Manaslu valley (bottom).

From Dying onward past Lo-Gaon to reach Sama-Gaon, the central and large village of the high Manaslu areas, the walk leads through several farm villages and terraces, entering into a lovely cool forest of rhododendron, pines, oaks, and fir tree lines, then reaching into more Tibetan origin cultured villages of Buddhism religion (Video) After some relaxation and acclimatization at Sama-Gaon, where you may learn about its colorful customs and monastery, you'll continue with magnificent views of Manaslu. The Larke Phedi in Dharamsala, at the bottom of the Larke-la pass, is reached by trekking a series of peaks.

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Arrival in Kathmandu. Our Airport Representative will meet you at the Tribhuwan International Airport. A drop at the Hotel by private tourist vehicle is arranged. You can either take a rest or meet us at our office and know the detailed arrangement of the Trek. B/B at the hotel.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 30 minutes
  • 1320 Meters

Sightseeing around Kathmandu Valley after breakfast. The city tour comprises visits to many Buddhist and Hindu temples (some even listed as world heritage sites) which reflect the local culture and tradition. The sacred Hindu temple - Pashupatinath, Monkey Temple - Swayambhunath, the biggest Buddhist shrine in the world - Boudhanath and Durbar Square are some distinctive attractions of the tour. Overnight at the hotel on the B&B plan.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 6-7 Hours
  • 1320 Meters

Drive from Kathmandu to Arughat to Soti Khola (710m). Early morning drive to Dhading Bensi, the district headquarter of Dhading, and then to Aarughat along rough tracks. At Aarughat we take a Public Bus and drive to Soti Khola which is ideal for the freshwater bath. Overnight stay at Soti Khola in a small village beside the river.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 6 hours
  • 700m

Soti Khola to Machhi Khola. After we cross the bridge, the trail goes through the green Saal forests. Ascending through a ridge overlooking the rapids of Budhi Gandaki leads us to Khursane. The last part is a rocky trail up to the Gurung village, Lapubesi. Then we continue along the riverbank treading on the sand and rounded stones and cross a suspension bridge to arrive at Machhi Khola village. Overnight stay at Machhi Khola.

  • Lodge/Tented Camp
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 6 hours
  • 869Meters

Machha Khola to Jagat. We continue the trail along the river. Ascending and descending small elevations, the trail passes through Tharo Khola, Khorlabesi, and eventually reaches a Hotspring - Tatopani. Traversing a ridge and crossing the Budhi Gandaki river, we reach Dovan. We gain elevation which brings changes in view and vegetation alike to reach Jagat. The forest walk could be a surprise meet with Langur Monkeys. Overnight stay at Jagat, a large Gurung village.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 7 hours
  • 1340Meters

The trail begins along a rocky ridge with an emerging view of Sringi Himal. We pass through Ghatta Khola and continue to Philim, a Gurung village. Before entering Nupri, we pass through farms growing maize, millet, potatoes, and vegetables. Passing through an uninhabited gorge, and walking on the trails at the bank of Budhi Gandaki, we cross bamboo forests to the Deng river. Overnight stay at a small Deng village beside the Deng river.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 7 hours
  • 1860m

Shortly beyond Deng, the trail climbs to Rena. After passing some houses, the trail elevates high above the river and then drops into the Sringi valley passing numerous Tibetan Mani-lined walls and colorful forests before reaching Namrung. The trail has beautiful views of Sringi Himal and crosses the Budi Gandaki river several times. Overnight stay at Namrung.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 6 Hours
  • 2630m

With stunning views of Sringi and Ganesh Himal, the trek starts from Namrung and climbs steadily into the alpine which is blessed with marvelous mountain views. The village of Namrung marks the beginning of the region of pure Tibetan inhabitants. Passing through forests, villages, and barley terraces, the first stunning glimpses of Manaslu gets visible which accentuates Lho village. We stay overnight at Lho village and enjoy the sunrise and sunset view from the lodge or a gompa.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 7 hours
  • 3180m

We pass through gompas, Tibetan settlements, and alpine scenery. After a short trek, we reach Sama Gaon where we stop. The retreat is both for rest as well as acclimatization. It's also a day to get acquainted with Sherpa culture and tradition. Set at the foot of the pastures, the village has distinctive Tibetan architecture that ripens through the 500 years of settlement. Entrance gates to villages are common here, and you can also notice Chinese brandy on sale or see village women weaving wool into gowns. Hike up to a gompa above the town or wander the streets of Sama Gaon. Overnight stay at a mountain lodge.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 3520m

Samagaon (rest day). Trek to Manaslu Base Camp or Pungyen Gompa and Birendra Tal. Descending to the Budhi Gandaki river and following it towards the north until we reach a bridge, we take a left and head to the Manaslu Base Camp. Pungyen Gompa is a 3-4 hours hiking and Birendra Tal is 1-hour hiking, so both can be combined.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 7 Hours
  • 3520 Meters

Samagaon to Samdo (3860m). The Larkya la Trail passes several mani walls in the valley and leads to juniper and birch forests. Descending back to Budhi Gandaki and crossing a small bridge, we climb to 'Kane', the entrance to Samdo. A village with 3 valleys converging upon it, Samdo is known for traditional yak herding and it depicts the traditional Tibetan lifestyle - rearing sheep and goats, training horses, and planting barley.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 5 Hours
  • 3875m

The walkthrough ridges, crossing wooden bridges over Budi Gandaki continue. After crossing two streams, we come across the Larkya glacier after which a dramatic gorge is reached. Upon climbing to 4450 meters, we reach Larke Phedi where we take shelter in a Dharmashala. The walk is short providing plenty of time for acclimatization.

  • Lodge/Tented Camp
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 6 Hours
  • 4460m

A short climb leads us to the north side of Larkya Glacier. The place provides great views of Cho Danda and Larkya Peak. The climb to the Larkya La (5100m) pass is gradual in the beginning but steepens towards the end. A stunning panorama of different ranges can be seen from the pass. A challenging day over the high Larkya La. The steep descent from here is strenuous, but it's an equally rewarding experience. Bimthang awaits the end of a tough day. 

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 10 Hours
  • 3590Meters

With outstanding views of Manaslu, Lamjung Himal, Himlung Himal, and Cheo Himal with the inspiring forest and valley below, the descent from Bimthang crosses over high pasture land, Dudh Khola and rhododendron forest. Karcher, 2785 meters is the highest cultivated land in the area which leads to a steep climb over a ridge. The village of Gho is a rest option though better lodges are available at Tilje.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 8 Hours
  • 2300m

After crossing a bridge and a stone-paved trail, we pass through a beautiful village. Tibetan settlements can be seen along the way. We descend into the Marsygandi Valley and from Dharapani, meet up with the classic Annapurna trail. Walking across Karte village and crossing the Marshyangdi Khola, mani lined walls welcome us to the village of Tal and further move to Chamche. Overnight stay at Chamche.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 9 Hours
  • 1430m

Drive back to Kathmandu via Beshishahar. With terrace fields and villages over the hills, we descend through rhododendron and pine forests to Syange. The drive from here to Kathmandu is mostly along the banks of Marsyangdi and Trishuli rivers and passes through Beshishahar, the district headquarter of Lamjung. Overnight stay in Kathmandu.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast-Lunch
  • 11 Hours
  • 1320 Meters

Departure from Kathmandu. A drop from the hotel to the airport 3 hours before the scheduled time of flight is arranged in a private tourist vehicle.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Free Day
  • 1320m

Our team guides, porters and accompanying staff are locals with a broad knowledge about each and every location that we travel through.

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Trip Map

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Cost Details


  • Airport Pick up and drop-off service by Private Coach.
  • 3 nights' accommodation with breakfast at the standard hotel in Kathmandu.
  • Three-time food in a day (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) while you are trekking.
  • Tea House accommodation during the trek.
  • Professional English-speaking trekking guide (trained by Ministry of tourism) his food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment, etc.
  • Public Bus to go to arughat and back from Beshishahar.
  • Annapurna conservation permits & TIMS Permits.
  • Tourist service charge, Vat.
  • One map of Manaslu Trekking for the group.


  • International airfare and Nepal Visa Fees.
  • Nepal Travel insurance.
  • Food in Kathmandu 
  • Travel/Medical insurance and Emergency evacuation cost if needed.
  • Personal expenses such as phone calls, drinks, donations, souvenirs, etc.
  • Expenses occurred due to unavoidable Events i.e. road wrecks, flight delays etc.
  • Tips for guide, porter (it is expected).

Essential Info

Manaslu Circuit Trek Transportation

You will travel 160 kilometres from Kathmandu to Maccha Khola through SotiKhola to begin the hike. By private Jeep, it takes 7 hours and by local bus, it takes 8 to 9 hours. The first day of the expedition is an off-road adventure ride.

You will drive 6 hours from Dharapani in a Jeep and then change to another Jeep or local bus for a 7-hour trip to Kathmandu at the end of the trek.

Permits for the Manaslu Circuit Trek

The Manaslu Trek is a designated wilderness area. A restricted area permit is necessary, which may be obtained from a local company. ACAP and MCAP permits will be required for the hike. At least two hikers are required for the hike.

Manaslu Circuit Trekking Accommodation

The walk to Manaslu is a teahouse hike. Every night, you will sleep at the tea house, which will be fairly modest with two single beds. Outside of teahouses, there are usually common toilets. The dining room is the sole place with heat. In teahouses, food is available. During the trip, you will stop for lunch at teahouses.

Wifi and phone service on the Manaslu Circuit Trek

The majority of the tea establishments have WiFi. If you need to contact family or friends back home, tea establishments provide SAT phones that may be used for a little fee to call home. On this expedition, the local phone hardly works. In the Manaslu area, Nepal Telecom has higher coverage than Ncell.

Policy on Cancellation

You can get a full refund if you withdraw up to 30 days before the experience. You must cancel at least 30 days before the start time of the activity to get a complete refund. If anyone cancels less than 24 hours even before the commencement of the activity, you will not receive a refund. Any modifications made less than 30 days before the commencement of the experience will be rejected. Cut-off times are depending on the local time of the experience.

Begin your journey on the Manaslu Circuit

You'll arrive in Kathmandu at least two weekdays (office days) before the journey starts. This is necessary since obtaining restricted area permission to Manaslu will take one day, and we will require your passport and visa to apply for this permit. This day will also be used for hike briefing.

Free airport pickup and drop-off

We provide gratis airport pick-up and drop-off at Tribhuvan International Airport. When you arrive, our Trekking representative will greet you with a leaflet with your name. They will greet you with a garland flower or a khada as a welcoming gesture. They will then drive you in a private vehicle to your accommodation.

When you return home after your stay, we will pick you up from your hotel in Kathmandu and transport you to the airport for your international flight.

Manaslu Trek, Meals

This fascinating trip in Nepal takes you to high altitudes near the world's eighth highest mountain, requiring enough diet. You'll have enough excellent, hygienic, and healthy meals, but you won't have as many options as you would in a big city.

Some famous meal items During  Manaslu Trekking 

Oatmeal, cornflakes, jam-filled French toast, butter, cheese, honey Tibetan bread or Chapati Tsampa (local porridge), Eggs, pancakes, muesli bread, fruits and vegetables, and hot beverages (varieties of teas and coffees, hot chocolates, etc.)

Menus in hiking regions include native, Asian, and western food, however the menus grow shorter as we ascend higher.

Fresh veggies and ample liquids (green tea, lemon tea, hot lemon, garlic soup (obligatory), and ginger tea) are highly recommended for health advantages.

Though non-vegetarian options will be plentiful in hike locations, we do not advocate them because the meat may not be sanitary. Similarly, we recommend avoiding alcohol, hot chocolates, caffeinated beverages, and dairy products, especially cheese.

Best time for Manaslu circuit trekking

The optimum months to climb Manaslu are March to May and September to November. During the winter months of December to February, heavy snowfall closes the lodges in Dharamsala, making crossing the Larkya La Pass difficult.

The rainy season, which runs from June through August, is prone to landslides and slips. As a result, we do not advise anyone to go hiking during the cold or rainy seasons.

The optimum seasons to walk the Manaslu circuit are spring and fall. The fall window is best between mid-October and mid-December. Spring begins in mid-March and lasts until the first week of June. Manaslu hike is also achievable throughout the winter if you are ready to put in a little effort. It's just a question of the weather, but the sky is clearest from December until mid-January. Getting to the trailhead during the monsoon used to be difficult, but a recently constructed road connecting Kathmandu and Arughat may make the Manaslu Circuit Trek more accessible in the future.

March, April, May: Manaslu Trek (Spring)

The greatest time to walk the Manaslu Circuit is now. The weather is ideal, and you'll have spectacular views of Mt. Manaslu and the surrounding glaciers.

Temperatures begin to rise in mid-March, and with a bright sky, snow mountains are at their most beautiful. Lowlands begin to heat up in April and May. In the high mountains, the temperature is neither chilly nor hot. The temperature drops significantly at night. This is a popular trekking season for many people. The rhododendron flowers in various hues may be seen from the path. Temperatures in the highest mountains (Lho, Samagaun, Samdo, Dharmasala, and Bhimtang) can reach 18°C during the day and -4°C at night.


September, October November: Manaslu Trek (Autumn)

This is also one of the best seasons for the Manaslu trek in Nepal, which draws a large number of tourists. As the rain begins to fade, a great hiking climate emerges. The temperature reaches 20°C during the day and drops to -6°C at night.

As the season progresses, the skies clear and the mountains become visible. Many hikers go during this time to enjoy the festive atmosphere. Dashain and Tihar, two of Nepal's most important festivals, fall at this time.

Because of the sunny sky and bright days, November is the busiest month. The daytime temperatures are fairly consistent and stable, allowing you to appreciate the scenery, which includes towering snowcaps. The temperature continues to drop in December, and snow begins to fall, making the walk nearly difficult.


Acclimatization on Manaslu Circuit Trek

Altitude sickness is prevalent among hikers in high mountains and is preventive, although it requires rapid treatment if it is severe. Symptoms of altitude sickness are more common above 3500 metres. We spend four to five nights in trek zones over 3500m after leaving Samagaun (3530m / 11581ft). The highest point of our journey is Dharamsala, at 4480m (14698ft).

To avoid mountain sickness, we created the 16-day Manalsu Circuit Trek. Starting from Sotikhola (730m), we hike for seven days to reach Samagaun, giving our bodies enough time to acclimate to the high altitude. Furthermore, we shall rise gently and rest for a day at Samagaun. In addition, we will drink enough water every day of our walk to ensure a smooth passage of the Larkya La Pass.

We value your health and safety above all else, and we pledge that we will not jeopardise it at any cost. We will descend promptly if you are gravely afflicted. The trip leader has the ability to determine whether the team should descend or continue on the routes, taking into account everyone's best interests.

Chances of getting altitude sickness during the trek 

Altitude sickness, sometimes known as acute mountain sickness, makes hiking difficult, particularly at high altitudes.

The altitude of the Manaslu Trek varies greatly. As a result, one of the most challenging challenges you may experience throughout the Manaslu Circuit Trek is adjusting to high altitudes.

The journey begins at 700 metres above sea level in Soti Khola and ends at 5213 metres at the Larkya La Pass. Because everyone is at risk of altitude sickness, being properly informed about the condition can help to reduce the risk.


Prevention of altitude sickness in Manaslu Circuit Trek

You should take the following steps to avoid altitude sickness:

Slowly ascend. To acclimate to the changes, your body requires two to three days of gradual elevation.

Your body demands more calories when you are at a greater altitude. So bring along lots of carbohydrate-rich foods.

Avoid alcohol, cigarettes, and sleeping medicines, as these can exacerbate altitude sickness.

Staying hydrated is essential for avoiding altitude sickness. Drink lots of water throughout your journey.

Stop and relax where you are if you get pain or feel unwell, take suitable drugs, and notify the guide right away.


Difficulty during Manaslu Circuit trek

For adventure seekers, the Manaslu Circuit Trek is the greatest option. This is a hike that is somewhat tough. The difficulty of the Manaslu Circuit Trek is mostly determined by the trekker's physical condition.

The Manaslu Trek is one of Nepal's most arduous hikes, taking you through isolated Himalayan communities. It is one of Nepal's lesser-known hikes. This hike circles Mt. Manaslu, the world's eighth highest peak at 8,163 metres (26,781 ft). And it's quickly being known as the new crown gem of Himalayan hiking.

The Manaslu Circuit Journey is a difficult trek that should only be attempted by experienced hikers. The walk is difficult and takes you to an isolated location with few amenities. There are several ascents and descents along steep, rocky, and wooded pathways on the trail. Similarly, hikers must make do with the scant necessities and contend with extreme heights.


  • Q1. Where is Manaslu Region?

    Mount Manaslu is located 64 kilometers east of Annapurna in northern Nepal, straddling the border between the districts of Gorkha and Manang. From the subtropical Himalayan foothills to the arid Trans-Himalayan high meadows bordering Tibet, the Manaslu region is comprised.update

  • Manaslu Circuit Trek difficulty is classified as moderate, which means that you need to be physically fit for the trek. You can do some regular exercise a month before the trek. Since you need to walk for about 6 to 7 hours each day and cover around 12-15 km per day, you need to prepare yourself for the trek accordingly. With days for acclimatization and short treks, the Manaslu circuit trek will not be challenging.

  • Manaslu Trek is a bit more expensive than its corresponding Annapurna Trek and other treks due to the reason that it falls under a restricted area. Since the Manaslu Circuit trek falls under the Manaslu Conservation Plan the following permits are required:

    • Restricted Area Permit (RAP)
    • Manaslu Conservation Area Project(MCAP)
    • Annapurna Conservation Area Project(ACAP)

    You can acquire the permits through your travel agent or in the tourism office in Kathmandu. Note that the TIMS permit is not required for this trek.

  • Manaslu Circuit's best season for trekking is Autumn which is from September to December and Spring which stretches from March to May. During these two seasons, the weather is very clear, and you can enjoy the views.

    However, Manaslu can also trek in the monsoon region which begins in June and lasts till mid-September since the region sees little rainfall.

  • It is best suggested and for tourists even mandated to take a guide since the trail isn't marked well, and Manaslu is also a restricted region. Having a guide can make accommodation and navigation much more accessible. Also, if you hire a porter to carry your luggage, then you can enjoy the trek to the fullest without any burden. 

  • It is 177 kilometers long and varies from where you begin and conclude your trip; nonetheless, Nepal is the only nation where trekking distance is calculated in days. The Manaslu Circuit trip usually takes 12 to 18 days. If you incorporate more side trips, you'll need more days. Tsum Valley Trek needs an additional week, and there are several more day trip sites such as Kaal Taal (Death Lake), Hinang Gompa, Himalchuli Base Camp, Manaslu Base Camp, Pungyen Gompa, and Lajung La. As a result, the itinerary is defined by the amount of time you have, your interests, your past trekking experience, and your physical health: cost, lodging, the best time to go, and information on the journey.

  • The Manaslu trek takes you through a rural Nepal region that is relatively new and undeveloped. Because towns are few and far between, you'll spend much of your time in nature, away from the everyday grind.

  • Subtropical weather prevails at the beginning of the trek. The average annual temperature ranges from 10 to 25 degrees Celsius. However, during the winter months, the temperature will drop to -20 or lower in the higher portions of the climb.

  • Yes. You require a permit. For Manaslu and the Annapurna, you will require a special restricted area permit as well as a conservation area permit (As the trail passes through the Annapurna Region too)

  • Aerially, Mount Manaslu is located 123 kilometers northwest of Kathmandu. About 126 kilometers separate the trek's beginning location from Kathmandu.

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    Our time on the Manaslu circuit was fantastic. We were four persons (2 people that we knew during the trip and it was awesome sharing our experience with them). The finest part of the hike was that there weren't many other hikers, giving us the impression that we were the only people on the mountain. It is one of the restricted region in Nepal. Our Mountain Rock tour guide was consistently highly attentive to our requirements and occasionally even prepared lunches for us (his were the best meals we had on the trek). Another thing that impressed us was how easy the entire journey went—from our arrival in Kathmandu to our departure from the airport. I believe Mountai Rock is highly professional overall and would suggest them to anyone.

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