Aptly name by some as the best all-around trek in Nepal, The Manaslu Circuit trek is surely an experience of a lifetime. As the name suggests, the highlight of the trek is the wonderful, picturesque views of the Manaslu mountain range. Manaslu is the eighth highest peak in the world, with the altitude of 8156 m. the trek is a perfect way to get away from the crowds and commercialization of other treks. Experience authentic Nepal at its best and probe your way into the depths of the Manaslu region in this perfectly created itinerary.

The Manaslu circuit trek has been considered to be a perfect alternative to the Annapurna Circuit Trek.   It takes us all around the Manaslu region. The trek requires a Restricted Area Permit of US $ 70 per week with $10 extra for extra days. Jagat is where the first check occurs and the last check is in Chakrapani. According to the rules, the trekking must be done as a group of at least two people, with a registered guide to accompany you.

Year by year, the Manaslu circuit trek is gathering more tourists from all over the year. This time, let it be you. Wander off into the mystique of the highly guarded Manaslu Region and explore the beauty of the mountain peaks that adorn this region.

Coupled with a chance to witness the biological diversity and the rich local heritage of the region, the Manaslu Circuit trek lets you marvel at the sight of the magnificent Manaslu. The highest point of the trek is the Larkya La Pass, which is a viewpoint offering exclusive views of the perfect peaks of the eastern region all around.

The secluded solidarity and remoteness make this trekking trail more preferable for some thrill seekers than the Annapurna Circuit trek. For those who prefer to become one with nature, this trek is an experience of a lifetime, worth embarking on.

  1. Day Arrival in Kathmandu (1300m)

    From your respective locations, you will arrive in the capital of Nepal, Kathmandu today. Upon being transferred to the hotel, you can either relish the exquisite Nepali cuisine or stroll around the streets of this throbbing city.

  2. Day Sightseeing around Kathmandu

    The architecturally saturated Kathmandu is home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites worth exploring. Today, we will be visiting the Kathmandu durbar Square in the morning. In the evening, we will be strolling around the majestic beauty of Patan durbar Square, another World Heritage Site standing tall and proud with his perfect architectural mystique.

  3. Day Drive from Kathmandu to Soti Khola(710m)

    We set off early morning this day, to embark on a drive to Soti Khola. The path takes us out of Kathmandu valley and towards the west. We drive along the Trishuli River towards Mugling. From Dhading the path deviates to a bumpy road. We ditch our vehicle at Aarughat and a four wheel drive will take us to Soti Khola. Approximately 8 to 9 hour drive.

  4. Day Trek from SotiKhola tp Maccha Khola (900m)

    Today, we start the trek.  Through beautiful Sal forests we climb to a ridge above the Budhi Gandaki and follow it all the way to Khursane. From here, we pass the Gurung Village of Labubensi and follow an undulated path to reach the Maccha Khola village. Approximately 6-7 hours trek.

  5. Day Trek from Maccha Khola to Jagat (1410m)

    The trail today is a narrow one and has several ups and downs along the way. Undulated paths will bring us to the hot springs in Tatopani, which is followed by a passage through a suspension bridge. Steep stone paths will take us to Thado Bharyang and towards the village of Jagat. Approximately 6-7 hours of trek.

  6. Day Trek from Jagat to Deng (1804 m)

    We start off with a rocky climb to Salleri, followed by continuing up to Ghatta Khola through millet fields and grassy land slopes we cross the BudhiGandaki and follow our way through bamboo forests to Deng Khola. Crossing it, we reach the village of Deng. Approximately 6-7 hours of trek.

  7. Day Trek from Deng to Namrung( 2630m)

    We cross the Budhi Gandaki again today and reach the village of Rana. From here, the path transverses through forests and several Gompas to reach Namrung after a final steep ascent.  Approximately 6-7 hours of trek

  8. Day Trek from Namrung to Lho (3180m)

    Today, we will be blessed with the magnificence of the Manaslu North with us all along the way. This is an easy day and the trail passes through a wide valley. After passing through Leti and Sho, we end the trek today at Lho. Approximately 4 to 5 hours trek.

  9. Day Trek from Lho to SamaGaon (3530m)

    This is yet another short day up the valley. With great views of Manaslu we pass through Shyala. With views of other peaks like Himalchuli and Peak 29 cheering us on, we end the day in SamaGaon. Approximately 3-4 hours of walk.

  10. Day Trek from Sama Gaon to Samdo (3860m)

    Himalchuli soars up mightily behind us as well gradually climb the valley. Samdo, our destination for today is the last permanent settlement of the valley. This village is only a day’s walk from the Tibetan border. Approximately 3-4 hours of trek.

  11. Day Trek from Samdo to Dharamsala (4480m)

    We cross a stream in the early part of the morning and climb to Larkya Bazaar. Behind us is the Samdo Peak and we will be blessed with the views of magnificent Manaslu. Look out of blue sheep as we reach Dharamsala. Approximately 4 to 5 hours of trek.

  12. Day Trek from Dharamsala to Larkye La (5138m) to Bhimthang (3714m)

    Today is a difficult day, and yet the highlight of this trek. We will cross the Larkya La Pass today. The trek begins in the wee hours of the morning, at approximately 3 am. After witnessing the views of the perfect snow-capped peaks before us, we climb down steeply into the valley and reach Bhimthang. Approximately 9 to 11 hours of trek.

  13. Day Rest day in Bhimthang

    After a long day’s walk in the previous day, we will take this day off to soothe the aching muscles and rest adequately for the days to come. Bhimthang and its surroundings are home to some of the most spectacular scenery in the region, worth exploring.

  14. Day Trek from Bhimthang to Dharapani (1963 m)

    Today, we pass the terminal moraine of the CheoHimal and descent down to Tilje through a forest. The path from Tilje to Dharapani is an easy one. From Dharapani, we join the main Annapurna Circuit Trial. Approximately 8 hours of trek.

  15. Day Trek from Dharapani to Jagat (1410m)

    We follow a path down to the village of Tal and plummet down the valley in order to reach the Chamje trial. A final steep descent will bring us to Jagat.  Approximately 6-7 hours of trek.

  16. Day Trek from Jagat to Bahundanda (1852 m)

    Today, we take this day as an opportunity to witness the spectacular views of the mountain peaks of the Annapurna region. The undulating path from Jagat to Bhaundanda follows drooping dignified village houses and changing the scenery. From rocky terrain, the path changes to subtropical lush area. The trail finally comes to an end in Bahundanda.  Approximately 5-6 hours of trek.

  17. Day Trek from Bhaundanda to Besisahar (673m)

    The passage from Bhaundanda to Besisahar takes us past the village of Khasur. Khasur is untouched by modernization and retains its age old traditional methods of living. Spectacular mountain views cheer us up as we descent down through lush vegetation to reach Besisahar. This day marks the end of the trek. Approximately 5-6 hours of trek.

  18. Day Drive from Besisahar to Kathmandu

    Hilly and mountain landscapes adorn our path as we drive back to Katmandu with the wonderful memories of the trek in the past days. Along the banks of the Trishuli and Marsyandgi rivers, we reach Kathmandu after approximately 8 hours of trek. The evening is free for relaxation or for exploring the nightlife of Kathmandu.

  19. Day Optional sightseeing in Kathmandu

    Today, an optional sightseeing around Kathmandu will be organized for those interested. We will visit the Hindu shrine of Pashupatinath with its richly ornamented pagoda house and sacred linga. Another must visit location is Boudhanath, another UNESCO World Heritage Site, named among the largest Stupas in South Asia. We will also visit the Bhaktapur Durbar Square, which consists of countless temples and showpieces of architectural beauty.

  20. Day Departure from Kathmandu

    Today, with hearts delighted over the experience of the past adventure fresh in mind, we depart back to our homelands.

  • Day Arrival in Kathmandu (1300m)

    Today you will arrive at the Tribhuvan International Airport, the only international airport in Nepal. A representative will meet you and after the welcome, you will be transferred to the hotel. You will have the entire afternoon to yourself today. You can relax in the hotel and relish the exquisite cuisine that Nepal is so famous for. Another option is to stroll around the streets to observe the city of Kathmandu.

    • Overnight at the hotel in Kathmandu
    • No meals included
  • Day Sightseeing around Kathmandu

    Today, the day will be spent in sightseeing around the architectural haven of Nepal. Kathmandu is home to several UNESCO World Heritage sites. Despite the earthquake that shook the nation on April 2015, the UNESCO World Heritage Sites have managed to maintain all their valor and glory. 

    After breakfast, there will firstly be a briefing about the trek that will start off from the very next day. After this, we will move towards the Kathmandu durbar Square. We will pass along the spice market of Ason. With the old temples and palaces, the Kathmandu durbar Square is an epitome of religious and cultural life of the people of Nepal. The Durbar Square is where the kings of Nepal were solemnized and crowned. The interesting areas worth visiting are the Kalbhairav statue, Basantapur Durbar as well as the Temple pod Kumari. Kumari is the only living goddess in the World.

    After lunch, we will be transferred to Patan Durbar Square, yet another epitome of architectural spectacle. Situated in the center of the Patan City, the Durbar Square is a species of Newari architecture. The major contrary like the Mulchowk, SundariChowk, and Keshav Narayan Chowk houses the interesting architectural spectacles including the likes of the Golden Temple of Hiranya Varna as well as the Krishna Mandir. 

    • Overnight at the hotel in Kathmandu
    • Breakfast included
  • Day Drive from Kathmandu to Soti Khola(710m)

    Today, we start off early morning to move towards Soti Khola. We have a long drive to Arughat Bazaar first. Our own van will take us to DhadingBesi first. The drive up to this point is through a pitch road, and from here, the graveled and bumpy road starts. We get off from the van and a four wheel drive will take us to Arughat Bazaar. The path follows the Trisuli River. Arughat lies in the Buri Gandaki valley and is reached via a 5 to 6 hour drive from Kathmandu.

    From Arughat, it is a 2-hour drive to SotiKhola. The path passes through forests. After being dropped off, we cross the suspension bridge in order to reach camp and spend the night in SotiKhola. Approximately 8 to 9 hour drive.

    • Overnight at local teahouse
    • Breakfast, lunch & dinner included
  • Day Trek from SotiKhola tp Maccha Khola (900m)

    We wake up with eager minds and happy hearts as the trek comes to a start today. The trial follows a narrow section of the valley today and is transversed by cutting into a steep hillside. The entire area is densely forested with Sal trees. Through jungles, we reach a number of small villages. After crossing some streams through a steep rocky trail the valley becomes wider.

    Through the wide valley, where a large tributary enters the Budi Gandaki River, we will reach LapuBesi. After lunch, we descend down to the sandy riverbed below us and pass through steep and craggy valley side.  We will walk around rounded stones and cross another suspension bridge to finally reach Maccha Khola village. Maccha means fish and Khola means river. The village surely lives up to its name. Approximately 6-7 hours trek.

    • Overnight at local teahouse
    • Breakfast, lunch & dinner included
  • Day Trek from Maccha Khola to Jagat (1410m)

    Today, we start by contouring around the side valley and then rejoin the main valley. the narrow trail undulated up and down to eventually cross the Thado Khola. Beyond this is the KhorlaBensi which is followed by a rocky trail up to Tatopani. Tatopani, which essentially means “Hot Water” in Nepali, is home to the hot springs, which will soothe our aching muscles easily. We now climb over a ridge, to go further and cross the Budi Gandaki suspension bridge.

    A well-crafted staircase takes us to a landslide, crossing which we reach Dobhan. From here, we cross yet another suspension bridge over the Yaru Khola. Some steep ups and downs follow this point. From Thulodhunga, we reach Yaruphant, after which the trail levels out for a while. After crossing yet another suspension bridge, we follow a furthermore undulating path to reach the well-kept and paved village of Jagat. Colorful flowers around the pretty little village. Approximately 6-7 hours of trek.

    • Overnight at local teahouse
    • Breakfast, lunch & dinner
  • Day Trek from Jagat to Deng (1804 m)

    Jagat is where our trekking permits for the Manaslu region are checked. The trek starts by climbing up the valley to reach Sirdabas. This is where we will be blessed with the magnificent views of the Shringi Himal. From here, the path drops down to the Ghatta Khola. From here, we continue upstream to reach the settlement of Philim through a long suspension bridge. This village is home to mostly Gurung inhabitants.

    The trail now turns north and takes us along a fairly level trail. Through beautiful millet fields, we reach Ekle Bhatti. The area now changes as we enter an inhabited gorge. Occasional views of the Ganesh IV push us on. We now cross three suspension bridges and descend up and down the grassy land slopes. The valley finally widens and takes us through bamboo forests. We finally reach the Deng Khola, crossing which we reach the small village of Deng. Approximately 6-7 hours of trek.

    • Overnight at local teahouse
    • Breakfast, lunch & dinner included
  • Day Trek from Deng to Namrung( 2630m)

    We start off the trek today; with a short descend to the Budhi GandakiRiver. We cross it reach the village of Rana. With a fair amount of up and down the path, we arrive at Bihi. After passing through the village, we cross the Serang Khola and climb up above the Budhi Gandaki. This portion brings about the most impressive portion of the valley.

    We begin noticing the influence of the Buddhist religion as Mani walls adorn the path. We reach the village of Ghap, which is known for the strong Tibetan influence it holds. The trekking trail changes in its topography as alpine forests of juniper and pine, along with the magnificent views of the mountains begin to appear. The steeper valley, with ravines and water cascades, does nothing to bring down our morale as this portion of the trek is beautiful in its own rugged way. After crossing the river once more, we climb through steep staircases and reach the valley of Namrung. Approximately 6-7 hours of trek.

    • Overnight at local teahouse
    • Breakfast, lunch & dinner included
  • Day Trek from Namrung to Lho (3180m)

    Namrung village is a good viewpoint which offers views of Ganesh Himal and Siring standing up tall in all of its glory. Mt. Himal Chuli peeks at us from the south. After a couple of days with long treks, we will embark on a shorter trek today. We are beyond the 3000-meter contour and it is absolutely necessary art this point to restrict the daily altitude gain.

    The valley widens out beyond the village of Namrung. We pass along pastures and fields. Extensive farmlands all around us are created to ward off bears. We start off by walking through the village of Banjam. We climb out steadily through several forests to reach the Tibetan influenced village of Lihi. Lihi is home to Chhortens and barley terraces.

    The trail beyond this point takes us to the Tibetan village of Sho, after we cross the large stream following down from the Lidanda Glacier. Above this picturesque village, we will be rewarded with the views of the snowcapped Manaslu North and Manaslu itself.

    We reach Lho just after a 3 to 4-hour trek. Lunch will be taken at the destination itself and we have the entire afternoon to explore the beautiful village. Lho is home to a little monastery, Mani walls, Chhortens and a white stupa. The views of the beautiful Manaslu dominate the region, but Ganesh 1 is visible all the way back.  The snow-capped summit of Saula, a part of the Katung Himal, graces the scenery in the northeast. This is a well-earned rest day which offers unobstructed views of the beautiful Manaslu, Naike Peak and Manaslu North. Approximately 4 to 5 hours trek.

    • Overnight at local teahouse
    • Breakfast, lunch & dinnner included
  • Day Trek from Lho to SamaGaon (3530m)

    This is yet another short day which takes us up the valley. We gain more altitude and we will be graced with the views of the Manaslu standing tall and white before us.  Following the eight bank of the river, with the views of the Ngadichuli ahead of us, we reach the village of Shala. Shala is home to the panoramic views of HimalChuli, Phungi and Manaslu. We now descend down the main trail, cross the incoming stream from the Punggen Glacier and climb to a ridge.

    The trail follows a downhill path for a while and is followed by passage through some fields to reach Sama Gaon. Sama Gaon is adorned with beautiful stone houses and offers the magnificent views of the Manaslu. After lunch in Sama Gaon, we move up to reach the Sama Gompa or the Sama Monastery. The granite pyramid of Manaslu appears even better from this point. The rich Sherpa culture of the village is worth exploring. Approximately 3-4 hours of walk.

    • Overnight at local teahouse
    • Breakfast, lunch & dinner included
  • Day Trek from Sama Gaon to Samdo (3860m)

    Today the trail mostly crosses grazing areas. The Budhi Gandaki, below us, is also small as compared to the roaring river we encountered on our way here. We continue to the course of the same river as we head north again. Every turn of the trail amazes us with excellent mountain views of the impressive Manaslu. We reach Kermo Kharka, which is also the starting point of the trail to the Manaslu Base Camp. We cross the river yet again and reach the last permanent settlement of the valley, Samdo(3860m).

    Samdo is a remote village established in the 1950’s. Inhabited mostly by Tibetan refugees back then, this village is only a day’s walk from Tibet. Today too, the walk is less and there is much time left to explore the beauty of this village and mix in with the ethnic inhabitants residing in the region.  The back of the Samdo village is a viewpoint offering excellent views of Larkye Peak, Ngadi, Hiunchuli, Cheo and Kang guru. Approximately 3-4 hours of trek.

    • Overnight at local teahouse
    • Breakfast, lunch & dinner included
  • Day Trek from Samdo to Dharamsala (4480m)

    We leave the village of Samdo behind and cross the stream. This will be the last time we see the Budhi Gandaki in the duration of the trek. We will climb steadily to the deserted and ruined Larkya Bazaar, which is an ancient trading point of Nepal and Tibet. Samdo peak rises up behind us and the left side will be graced with the views of the Manaslu. The climbing route to the summit of Manaslu can be entirely seen from this point. We climb steadily upwards and near the Larkya Glacier at the village of Duwang, also called as Dharamsala.

    • Overnight at local teahouse
    • Breakfast, lunch & dinner included
  • Day Trek from Dharamsala to Larkye La (5138m) to Bhimthang (3714m)

    This is the most difficult yet the most exciting part of the trek. We will be passing through the highest point of the trek, the Larkye La (5135 m) today. We start off with a short climb above our lodge to reach the north side of the Larkya Glacier. From here, the path climbs steadily upwards. Passing through frozen lakes with the perfect views of the Cho Danda and Larkya Peak, we continue further through boulders and ridge lines.

    After a number of false tops along the way, we finally see the summit of the Larkye Peak with its fluttering prayer flags. The view from this point is absolutely breathtaking and picture worthy. All the trouble and the aching muscles will be swept away in an instant as the majestic panorama of the HimlugnHimal, Annapurna II, CheoHimal and Kang Guru graceour eyes. A chill wind blows at this altitude, thus making it difficult for us to stay for a longer time.

    From the top of the Larkye la, is a steep descent to Dangboche Kharka. We stop for some rest there and continue down below to the lodges of Bhimthang. Bhimthang is located in a level ablation valley and this is where we will rest after the long, tiring yet fruitful day. Approximately 9 to 11 hours of trek.

    • Overnight at local teahouse
    • Breakfast, lunch & dinner included
  • Day Rest day in Bhimthang

    Today, it is important to rest around after the difficult trek that has been undertaken in the previous day. Soothing the aching muscles will not be a great deal as the perfect views of the Mt. Manaslu, Lamjung Himal, Cheo Himal, and Himlung Himal does the job for us. We can explore the village and mix in with the inhabitants of the region and try to understand their culture and style of living. This rest day is surely a welcome treat after the long and tiring day.

    • Overnight at local teahouse
    • Breakfast, lunch & dinner included
  • Day Trek from Bhimthang to Dharapani (1963 m)

    The day starts off by crossing the high pasture of Bhimthang. We descend down the Burdin Khola valley and reach the base camp of the west side of the Manaslu peak. This point offers the majestic views of the Manaslu to the southeast and the Annapurna II to the southwest. We pass a bridge over Dudh Khola and descend further downwards to beautiful forests of birch, cedar, and rhododendron. From here, we follow the narrow valley to reach Karche. From this point onwards, the trail again gains elevation as we reach the Karche La, with the views of the heavily forested valley.

    Through more forests of rhododendron and fir, we pass through the villages of Tilje and Gho. Beyond this point, we will embark on a dirt road to reach the village of Thonje. Following the Marshyangdi valley, we climb stone steps to reach Dharapani. Dharapani is a bustling village and the part of the main trial to the Annapurna region. Approximately 8 hours of trek.

    • Overnight at local teahouse
    • Breakfast, lunch & dinner included
  • Day Trek from Dharapani to Jagat (1410m)

    From Dharapani, a jeep ride is possible, but not recommended. The drive is bumpier and uncomfortable as opposed to walking. We thus follow an off-beaten path to Tal. Tal is the last Buddhist settlement of the valley, situated in a flat plain. From here, an old trail will take us to the village of Chamje. A steep descent will now bring us to the village of Jagat.  Approximately 6-7 hours of trek.

    • Overnight at local teahouse
    • Breakfast, lunch & dinner included
  • Day Trek from Jagat to Bahundanda (1852 m)

    We will experience an abrupt change of scenery today, as we embark on a hike to Bahundanda to witness the spectacular views that this village offers. We will start off with some major ups and downs to reach and marvel at the fast change of scenery. From the rocky terrain of Jagat, we pass along through subtropical lush areas to reach Bahundanda. This bustling village contains hospitals and schools and showcases the views of the Annapurna range and the lush green valley before us. Approximately 5-6 hours of trek.

    • Overnight at local teahouse
    • Breakfast, lunch & dinner included
  • Day Trek from Bhaundanda to Besisahar (673m)

    The trek from Bahundanda to Besisahar is another experience in itself. We pass through the village of Khasur. Khasur is a village which has amazingly been untouched by the waves of modernization and urbanization. Age old methods of living characterize this village. The trail also offers spectacular mountain views and lush vegetation as we trod down below despite the pain in our aching muscles. This day marks the end of the trek. Approximately 5-6 hours of trek.

    • Overnight la local teahouse
    • Breakfast, lunch & dinner included
  • Day Drive from Besisahar to Kathmandu

    The drive from Besisahar to Kathmandu is a beautiful one. We will be transported to Kathmandu in our private vehicle. The path follows the pretty combination of hilly and mountain views. The drive mostly follows the path beside the roaring Marshyangdi River initially but starts following the Trishuli River after almost 3 hours of the drive. You will have the entire evening to yourself and it is understandable if you would want to relax after the long and exciting trek that has been completed. For the enthusiastic ones, there is the opportunity to explore the bustling nightlife of Nepalese in Kathmandu. 7-8 hours’ drive.

    • Overnight at the hotel in Kathmandu
    • Breakfast & lunch included
  • Day Optional sightseeing in Kathmandu

    For those who wish to explore more of the architecturally rich city of Kathmandu, you have the option of sightseeing around the capital or you can also opt to take a day off and rest.

    The day will start off with the visit to the Pashupatinath Temple. Considered as one of the most sacred Hindu shrines in the world, the richly-ornamented pagoda house adds up to the mystique of the holy place. Called as a form of Lord Shiva, the Pashupatinath temple is said to have existed since 400 A.D. Devotees take a dip in the holy BagmatiRiver beside the temple.

    Boudha is another UNESCO World Heritage Site we will be visiting today. Called as one of the largest stupas in South Asia, this focal point of Buddhism stands thirty-six meters tall. It is located in the path, which was the ancient trade route to China.

    In the afternoon, we will be visiting the open museum or the Bhaktapur Durbar Square. A living heritage, Bhaktapur is a city of devotees and the Durbar Square is home to countless temples. Major attractions, not to be missed are the Lion Gate, 55 Window Palace, The Golden Gate, Nyatapola Temple, Dattatreya as well as the status of the Late King Bhupatindra Malla. Beautiful carved specimens and picture gallery will finally end the sightseeing day.

    • Overnight at the hotel in Kathmandu
    • Breakfast included
  • Day Departure from Kathmandu

    The trip ends today and it's time to bid goodbye to Nepal. After breakfast, you will be transferred to the Kathmandu International Airport for departure as per your flight timings.

    • Breakfast included

Trip Info

  • Accommodation & meals

    • Pre and post trek three star hotel accommodations in Kathmandu.        
    • Accommodation in the local teahouses during the trek period.
    • Breakfast, lunch & dinner during the trek period.
    • Only breakfast in Kathmandu.
  • What's included

    • All monument entrance fees as per the itinerary
    • One English speaking trek guide & assistant guides depending on the group size
    • English speaking city guide for sightseeing in Kathmandu
    • One porter or pack animals for each two clients
    • Manaslu Conservation Area fee & TIMS card fee
    • First Aid Kit
    • All Govt. taxes including service charges
  • What's not included

    • Emergency evacuation fee
    • International airfare
    • Personal Insurance
    • Personal expenses (Alcoholic beverages, bottled drinks, telephone calls, laundry etc)
    • Visa fee
    • Any services not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Transportation

    All transfers will be conducted on a private vehicle

  • Visa & documentation

    A visa for Nepal can be obtained on arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu and at border entry points in Kakadvitta, Birgunj, Bhairahawa, Nepalgunj, Gaddachowki on the Nepal-India border and Kodari on the Nepal-China border.

    Outside of Nepal, A visa can also be obtained at the nearest Nepal Embassy or Diplomatic Mission. To renew a Visa you can go to the Department of Immigration, Kalikasthan, Kathmandu.

    Your passport must be valid for at least six months and you will need a blank page on your passport for visa.

    Visa Facility   Duration    Fee

    Multiple entry   15 days      US$ 25 or equivalent convertible currency

    Multiple entry   30 days      US$ 40 or equivalent convertible currency

    Multiple entry   90 days      US$ 100 or equivalent convertible currency

  • Clothing & Equipment

    Successful trek require proper clothing for ease, comfort & safety. Read along to find the checklist of items which are essential for a typical multi-day trek in Nepal.

     

    Clothing

    • Heavy down jackets  (can be rented in Kathmandu)
    • Lightweight down jackets
    • Hiking boots (well broken in)
    • Woolen socks (a few pairs of different thickness)
    • Slippers
    • Walking sneakers
    • Lightweight trekking pants/trousers
    • Lightweight thermal legging
    • Trekking shorts
    • T-shirts (long sleeve & short sleeve)
    • Under garments
    • Waterproof jacket and trouser/raincoat
    • Sun hat
    • Woolen/fleece hat 
    • Scarf
    • Warm gloves
    • Sweaters
    • Ear warmer

     

    Trekking Gears & Accessories

    • Backpack 
    • Hiking poles
    • Sleeping bag (can be rented in Kathmandu)
    • Sleep liner
    • Sunglasses
    • Water bottles 
    • Head lamp with extra batteries
    • Camera and extra batteries and lenses
    • Waist bag
    • Daypack and cover
    • Dry packs (essential for keeping your valuables dry)
    • Water purification (pump, tablets or steripen)
    • Maps (can be brought in Kathmandu)
    • Reading materials

     

    Personal supplies

    • Sun screen
    • Hand sanitizer
    • Toiletries
    • Wet wipes & tissues
    • Feminine hygeine products
    • Anti-itching cream/powder
    • Medications (don't forget to carry adequate supply of your prescription medicines)
    • Deodrants 
    • Moisturizers 
    • Energy bars

Date & Prices

Date Trip Status  
Oct 08, 2018 - Oct 28,2018 Available & Guranteed Book Now
Nov 05, 2018 - Nov 24,2018 Available & Guranteed Book Now

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