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Manaslu Trek
Manaslu Trek

Another less frequented trek, but otherwise Manaslu trek has always been the domain of the mountaineering expedition. Manaslu (8,156 m) was attempted by Japanese expeditions every year from 1952-1956 when the first ascent was made. Manaslu came to be known as Japanese Mountain. 
Manaslu trek is another interesting and challenging trek in Nepal. This trek revolves around Mt. Manaslu which is the eight highest mountains in the world and provides one of the most awesome mountain scenery on earth. It is geographically spectacular and culturally fascinating. Manaslu trek trail is rough and steep and it often literally hangs on a bluff high above the river. Also the trek is remote and has no rescue facilities or opportunities to bail out if you are tired. A rough trail heads up to Nupri through wild Gurung country. Nupri which has been inhabited by Tibetan immigrants provides a fantastic mountain views.

Pristine mountain views, rich culture and genuine adventure sum up the trek experience to the base of Mt. Manasalu. Opened in 1992, this area offers a combination of rich culture heritage, unsurpassed beauty and biological diversity. Beginning in Gorkha, home of the celebrated Gorkha soldiers, visit the ancient palace of King Prithivi Narayan Shah. Soon after civilisation fades and we glimpse ancient villages, observing the simple agricultural habits of its people. From here, begin your ascent through the Gandaki River valley, fed by innumerable rivers and waterfalls and plunge into its bathing pools. From here, the strenuous section begins and yaks begin to outnumber people in a rocky landscape. In Samagoan (3450m.), visit the glacial green lake of Birendra, before crossing into mystic Samdo, a mere 15 km from the Tibetan border. Here, Tibetan monks inhabit sacred monasteries. There, combined with the views of Tibetan plateaux against stark white Himalayas makes this a truly spiritual place. Continuing, more monasteries await you in Larkya Bazaar, along with your biggest challenge - crossing Larkya pass. Snow covered peaks reaching over 6500 mt, demand your utmost respect as you are crossing, quite literally, the top of the world. The relaxing descent will take you through alpine, tropical areas, bursting with ferns, bamboo's, pine, waterfalls and aqua-blue green lakes laced with cotton-white beaches. Finally, the Manasalu will disappear behind you as you descend to Beshishar (832m.). This 3 week's excursion will leave you with a sense of peace and respect for the people of Nepal and its ecological wonders.
Day 01
Arrive Kathmandu Arrive Kathmandu and Transfer to Hotel
Day 02
Kathmandu Sightseeing 1/2 Day sightseeing to Monkeys Temple and trekking permit arrangements. O/N in Kathmandu.
Day 03
Kathmandu -Gorkha
Day 04
Gorkha - Khanchok
Day 05
Khanchok - Arughat
Day 06 to 09
Arughat - Jagat
Day 10
Jagat - Nyak
Day 11
Nyak - Gap
Day 12
Gap - Cho
Day 13 to 15
Cho - Sama Gompa ( and explore around Manasalu Base Camp and Sama Village )
Day 16
Manasalu Base Camp - Yak Kharka
Day 17
Yak Kharka - Bimdakothi
Day 18
Bimdakothi - Tilje
Day 19
Tilje - Chamje
Day 20
Chamje - Naya Gaon
Day 21
Naya Gaon - Beshishar
Day 22
Beshishar - Kathmandu
Drive to Kathmandu.
Day 23
Kathmandu Drive to Bhaktapur, Patan and Kathmandu for your sightseeing tours. The Kathmandu Valley consists of three main cities of great historic and culture interest: Kathmandu, Lalitpur (Patan) and Bhaktapur. The valley covers an area of 218 sq. miles and is situated 1310m above sea level.
Day 24
Free day on your own in Kathmandu
Day 25
Departure After breakfast drive to airport fly to your onward destination.
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