Round Tsum Valley And Manaslu Circuit Trek 23 Days
Round Tsum Valley And Manaslu Circuit Trek take you around the mighty and eighth highest mountain in the world at 8156m, Mt. Manaslu. through the broad reaches of Tsum Valley situated at a height of 1905 to 5093 meters, rich in Tibetan culture, lifestyle, nomadic tradition, spiritual Buddhism, ancient art, and wonderful people, and mostly uninfluenced by modern civilization. This trek is ideal for those trekkers who love to step into the remotest and secular region. Initially, we drive from Kathmandu to Arughat where our trek starts. The path takes us to the hot springs of Tatopani passing through forests. It isn’t long before you can see the tremendous Himalayan peaks like Manaslu, Singri, Hamalchuli & Ganesh among others which is a great feast to the eyes. We will also visit the old Rachen Gompa and Mu Gompa. In this trek, you will get an understanding of Tibetan Buddhism and its compassionate, peaceful, and loving traditions.
Round Tsum Valley And Manaslu Circuit Trek 23 Days Outline Itinerary
|Day 01:||Arrival Day in Kathmandu 1350m - Altitude: 1300 m/4264 ft.|
|Day 02:||Cultural tour of Kathmandu and trek preparation - Altitude: 1300 m/4264 ft.Meal: Breakfast|
|Day 03:||Drive Kathmandu to Soti Khola and to machhakhola - Altitude: 870 m/2952 ft. | Drive: 6/7 hrs. Meal: BLD|
Trek Macchakhola to Jagat - Altitude: 1340 m/7676 ft. | Trek: 6/7 hrs. Meal: BLD
Trek Jagat to Phillim - Altitude: 1570 m/5025 ft. |Trek: 4/5 hrs. Meal: BLD
Trek Phillim to Chumling - Altitude: 2386 m/7827 ft. | Trek: 6/7 hrs. Meal: BLD
Trek Chumling to Chhokangparo - Altitude: 3010 m/9903 ft. | Trek: 4/5 hrs. Meal: BLD
Trek Chhokangparo to the Nile - Altitude: 3361 m/11058 ft. | Trek: 5/6 hrs. Meal: BLD
Trek Nile to Mu Gompa - Altitude: 3700 m/12174 ft. | Trek: 3/4 hrs. Meal: BLD
Trek Mu Gompa to Chhokangparo - Altitude: 3361 m/11058 ft. Trek: 6/7 hrs. | Meal: BLD
Trek Chhokangparo to Gumba Lungdang - Altitude: 2240m/7168ft. Trek: 5/6 hrs. | Meal: BLD
Trek Gumba Lungdang to Lokpa- Altitude: 2240m/7168ft. Trek: 5/6 hrs. | Meal: BLD
|Day 13:||Trek Lokpa to Ghap - Altitude: 2160m/6912 ft. | Trek: 5/6 hrs. Meal: BLD|
|Day 14:||Trek Ghap to Lho - Altitude: 3180m/10395 ft. | Trek: 5/6 hrs. Meal: BLD|
|Day 15:||Trek Lho to Samagaon - Altitude: 3500m/11550 ft. | Trek: 3/4 hrs. Meal: BLD|
|Day 16:||Acclimatization Day at Samagaon or Exploration of Manaslu Base Camp - Altitude: 4400m/14080ft. Meal: BLD|
|Day 17:||Trek Samagaon to Samdo - Altitude: 3,690m/12,106 ft. | Trek: 6/7 hrs. Meal: BLD|
|Day 18:||Climb Samdo Ri or take a day trip to Tibet border - Altitude: 3875m/12400ft. Meal: BLD|
|Day 19:||Trek Samdo to Dharamsala 4460m - Altitude: 4,470m/14,665ft. | Trek: 6/7 hrs.Meal: BLD|
|Day 20:||Trek Dharamsala to Bimtang via Larkya-La Pass - Altitude: Larkya La Pass: 5153 m/ 17005 ft. Bimtang: 3,720m/12,204ft. | Trek: 8/9 hrs. Meal: BLD|
|Day 21:||Trek Bimtang to Dharapani - Altitude: 1,860m/6,102ft. Trek: 5/6 hrs. Meal: BLD|
|Day 22:||Trek from Dharapani to Besisahar and drive to Kathmandu - Altitude: 1,300m/4,264 ft. | Drive: 7/8 hrs. Meal: BL|
|Day 23:||Departure from Kathmandu 1350m - Altitude: 1300 m/4264 ft. Meal: Breakfast|
Round Tsum Valley And Manaslu Circuit Trek 23 Days Detail Itinerary Expand All
Day 01: Arrival Day in Kathmandu 1350m - Altitude: 1300 m/4264 ft.
On your arrival at Kathmandu International Airport, one of our representatives will pick up you and escort you to the hotel as well as help you to check-in at the hotel.
Day 02: Cultural tour of Kathmandu and trek preparation - Altitude: 1300 m/4264 ft.
After your delightful breakfast, you will be introduced with a guide and takes you to UNESCO Heritage sites of the valley where you will observe the living heritage of Medieval Nepal - Witness the biggest Hindu temple of Nepal, Pashupatinath and capture the sacred moments of Hindu death ritual at Aryaghat in Pashupatinath. Stroll the lively streets of Kathmandu Old Market Asan to Kathmandu Durbar Square and visit the home of The Living Goddess Kumari, Nepalese style of Architecture as well as astonishing wooden carving. A short drive from Kathmandu Durbar Square will take you to a hilltop stupa called “Swyambhu” meaning “self -emerge” and belief that the hill emerged impulsively from the great lake that once covered Kathmandu valley. Also famous as a Monkey Temple.
Day 03: Drive Kathmandu to Soti Khola - Altitude: 700m/2296 ft. | Drive: 6/7 hrs.
Wake up early morning and get ready after having breakfast at the hotel, also re-check your luggage. Our driver will escort you to Bus Park to catch a bus to Arughat. You will be driving towards the western part of the valley following a blacktopped Prithvi Highway. Crossing the Trishuli River, you will drive towards Dhading Besi from where you will have a bumpy drive of around 3 hours to Arughat. On the way, you can view the beautiful landscape, countryside lifestyle, terraced fields, rivers, and waterfalls. Arughat is a small town mostly settled by the Newar ethnic group.
Resting for a while at Arughat starts a journey towards Soti Khola. Crossing a bridge across the Budhi Gandaki River, you will pass small villages settled by Gurung and Magar ethnic groups, beautiful field of millet and Paddy and landscape along the Sotikhola. Spend overnight at a local lodge.
Day 04: Trek Soti Khola to Machhakhola | Altitude: 870 m/2952 ft. | Trek: 6/7 hrs.
Begins trek on few ups/down rocky trail after crossing a suspension bridge passing beautiful Sal forest. Viewing tropical waterfalls and passing terraces, you will walk up to the village of Lapubesi settled by traditional Gurung. Resting for a while, you will start walking uphill along the bank of the Budhi Gandaki River till Khanibesi. Here, you can click the North-east view of Ganesh Himal and a beautiful waterfall and then starts descending towards the village at Macchakhola. You can take a relaxing dip in a hot spring and explore the surrounding. Spend overnight at a local lodge.
Day 05: Trek Macchakhola to Jagat - Altitude: 1340 m/7676 ft. | Trek: 6/7 hrs.
Today, you will start walking in a narrow trail following the Budhi Gandaki River. Just walking in a zigzag trail and crossing a suspension bridge will take you to the Khorlabesi that offers a fantastic view of Ganesh Himal. Now onwards, you will walk in an ascending and descending trail, crosses several suspension bridges, passes landslides, rock falls, and small hamlets; even walk-in stone steps along with rocky trail en-route to Jagat. On reaching Jagat, see the fabulous view of Sringi Himal; mani walls and Chirtens representing the Himalayan culture. Spend overnight at a local lodge.
Day 06: Trek Jagat to Phillim - Altitude: 1570 m/5025 ft. |Trek: 4/5 hrs.
The trek begins walking in a descending trail along with the stone steps to the riverbed before it slides up along the terraced farmlands to Saguleri. Savor the striking vista of Singri Himal, 7187m from Salleri. Chasing the trail on the left beyond Salleri, you trek upstream penetrating a deep gorge with towering rock walls on both sides, pass some settlement including Ghatte Khola & large Gurung village Philim; visit Chhyoling Sandu Gumb and you will stay here for an overnight.
Day 07: Trek Phillim to Chumling - Altitude: 2386 m/7827 ft. | Trek: 6/7 hrs.
Starts journey crossing check-post and MCAP Visitors Center will take you to Ekle Bhatti. Traverse across the gorge and tread along the right side trail to the cascading waterfall before the trek enters the pine forest. With some ups and downs trail, enjoying the breathtaking views Boudha Himal, you will reach a beautiful village Lokpa. Beyond Lokpa, you will walk in a downhill trail for a couple of hours taking you to the riverbed of Lungwa Khola. Then, walk in an uphill trail along the snaky route through the forested region takes you to Gumlung. Now, crossing a suspension bridge over Siyar River, you will reach Chumling. It is also called as Lower Tsum. Savor the impressive view of Shringi Himal and take your time to visit the old Chumling Gompa. Spend overnight at a local lodge.
Day 08: Trek Chumling to Chhokangparo - Altitude: 3010 m/9903 ft. | Trek: 4/5 hrs.
Starts walking along the field of Maize and Potato, enjoy the superb view of Ganesh Himal, Gompas, you will arrive at Gho Village. Along the trail, see the unique settlement at Ripchet, stone houses with iron roofs, the spacious farm of barley, maize, buckwheat, and potatoes as well as the herds of Thar grazing the wild cliffs towards the north and some important Gompas. Further climbing a couple of hours will take you to the Chhokan Paro. Chhokan Paro caters outstanding view of Himalchuli (7893 m) and Ganesh Himal (7140 m). Spend overnight at the local lodge.
Day 09: Trek Chhokangparo to the Nile - Altitude: 3361 m/11058 ft. | Trek: 5/6 hrs.
Sliding up to the ridge and walking for a while, you arrive at Lamagaon & crossing a primitive suspension bridge then arrive at famous Rachen Gompa of Tsum Valley. The monastery is a well-known Nunnery Gompa of this region. Exploring around the monastery & interacting with nuns of the gompa, you then resume trek. Crossing Shiar Khola and continuing to walk, walk across Lar Village, which houses a small hydropower plant. Simultaneously traversing across Phurbe and Pangdun, you can observe plenty of signs of Himalayan Buddhism and reach the village of Chhule. Beyond Chhule, the trek goes upstream, crosses the bridge over it and then finally arrives in Nile. Spend overnight at Homestay.
Day 10: Trek Nile to Mu Gompa - Altitude: 3700 m/12174 ft. | Trek: 3/4 hrs.
Today’s walk will take you very close proximity to the Tibetan border. Hence, trekking today caters plenty of Tibetan landscapes and culture. Walking along the west of the valley followed by gentle uphill climb brings you to Mu Gompa. This is the highest land of your trek exhibiting high Himalayan culture and lifestyle, monasteries, and an extensive view of yak pastures surrounding Mu Gompa along with Longnang glacier. Explore the highland monastery; you can then hike up to Dhephu Doma Gompa and trek back to Mu Gompa for the overnight stay.
Day 11: Exploration of Mu Gompa - Altitude: 3700 m/12174 ft.
Today, you will have a rest day at Mu Gompa and you can go for a short hike to explore the surrounding of Mu Gompa. Actually, Mu Gompa is the largest monastery of Tsum valley and a center of culture. You can observe the lifestyle, language, and culture of a monk at Gompa. Also, the surround fascinates the demanding views of peaks of both Tibet and Nepal especially the magnificent view of Ganesh Himal. Taking time, you can also hike to the base camp of Pika Peak. Spend overnight at Local lodge in Mu Gompa.
Day 12: Trek Gumba Lungdang and to Lokpa - Altitude: 2240m/7168ft. | Trek: 5/6 hrs.
After Breakfast, following the downhill path passing several villages, you will reach Lokpa. It is a border village separating Tsum with Manaslu Circuit Trek. En-route, enjoy the cultivated land, magnificent view of the mountains and beautiful villages. Spend overnight at a local lodge.
Day 13: Trek Lokpa to Ghap - Altitude: 2160m/6912 ft. | Trek: 5/6 hrs.
Crossing a bridge, you will walk along with the villages following Lamastic Buddhism, see the some Mani walls/ Chortens and flattering flags en route. The village of Ghap is about four hours, which straddles the river. Enjoy the landscape, deserted Gumba and the Himalayan culture. Spend overnight at lodge.
Day 14: Trek Ghap to Lho - Altitude: 3180m/10395 ft. | Trek: 5/6 hrs.
The clear sighs of gaining the elevation are visible as you move into alpine territory where the mountain views are more than terrific. Myriads of mani stone walls and crossings of the Buri Gandaki thrice en-route will bring to Namrung. At Namrung, you need to issue trekking permits and MCAP permits. Beyond Namrung, the valley opens out and there are extensive pastures. Then, a gradual up climb followed by crossing a bridge over a large stream flowing down from the Lidanda Glaciers, you reach the Tibetan village of Sho, 3000m. Beyond Sho, you get first incredible views of the Manaslu North and then of Manaslu Main. A further trek will bring you to Lho, a large village at 3150 meters where there is a lovely little monastery and numerous chortens and Manis. Looking back, Ganesh I is visible. Spend overnight at Lho local lodge/camping.
Day 15: Trek Lho to Samagaon - Altitude: 3500m/11550 ft. | Trek: 3/4 hrs.
Beyond Lho, chase the right bank of the river, with views of Peak 29 ahead. Continuing along the main trail, you will reach Sama Gaon 3500m after a while trek. You can visit Sama Gompa which is just 20 minutes’ walk from Sama. Spend overnight at Sama local lodge/camping.
Day 16: Acclimatization Day at Samagaon or Exploration of Manaslu Base Camp - Altitude: 4400m/14080ft.
It is wise to rest during the trek for proper acclimatization before gaining the height. Spend your time at Sama Village enjoying the culture, lifestyle, and people following Lamaism. You can either hike to a ridge to view the stunning mountain including Nadi CHuli, Manaslu, Larke, and Naike. Or, you can also go to visit the Pung Gyen Gompa, capture the fabulous view of Puggen Glacier. Your walk on rest will let you familiarize yourself with height. You can also trek to Manaslu Base Camp and retrace Back to Sama Goan for an overnight stay.
Day 17: Trek Samagaon to Samdo - Altitude: 3,690m/12,106 ft. | Trek: 6/7 hrs.
Today, you will trek to the Manaslu Base Camp that is incredibly a great trip. You will walk up for around 5 hours to base camp. Explore the surroundings and continue walking for your final destination towards Samdo. Todays’ trail will be a bit longer enjoying the sunlight on the mountains and glaciers. The best part of the trek is the incredible turquoise view of Birendra Lake. Spend some time in the base camp, then trek to Samdo. From now, you will enter the forest filled with birch, juniper, rhododendron, moss, and Lichen. The trail will take you towards the Kyonggma Kharka that manifests small huts made with stones and a long Mani walls. Crossing a bridge over Budhi Gandaki River, you will enter the village of Samdo. It is a very close village to Tibet settled by the Tibetan Refugee community, have Taka Choeling Gompa, big Mani wall and close to Sonam Glacier as well as a viewpoint of Naike and Pangboche Peaks. Spend overnight at Local lodge/camping.
Day 18: Climb Samdo Ri or take a day trip to Tibet border - Altitude: 3875m/12400ft.
Today will be free time at Samdo. It will allow you to acclimatize you properly before heading to altitude. Utilizing time, you can visit the village or take a day trip to the Tibet border and even climb Samdo Ri. These activities will be beneficial while trekking high altitude. Stay overnight at lodge.
Day 19: Trek Samdo to Dharamsala 4460m - Altitude: 4,470m/14,665ft. | Trek: 6/7 hrs.
Today, you will gain a significant height. Beyond Samdo 3780m, you will trek along Larke Khola to Dharmashala (Stone Hut) 4460 along the steep trail above the river. At a point in today’s trek, you will be mesmerized by the incredible view of Larke Kunda. Keeping on gaining the height, you will arrive in Larkya Phedi 5105 crossing Larkya-La Pass 5153m. The trail passes through the Mani walls and Stone Huts while walking towards Larke Phedi. Larke Phedi is also called as Dharmasala or Rest House, is a seasonal village that provides rooms and tents for the trekkers. On reaching, you can hike the hills for acclimatization and retrace back to Phedi for the overnight stay at Resthouse/camping.
Day 20: Trek Dharamsala to Bimtang via Larkya-La Pass - Altitude: Larkya La Pass: 5153 m/ 17005 ft. Bimtang: 3,720m/12,204ft. | Trek: 8/9 hrs.
The most exciting day of this trek is crossing a Larkya-la Pass gaining ultimate altitude. Just starts walking in the early morning, you will pass the moraine route of the Larkya Glacier, cross frozen lakes and follow the steep up will takes you to Larkya-la. You will see the flattering colorful flags in a place, make your day a wonderful time catching the magnificent view of the snowcapped peaks including Annapurna II, Kangguru, Himlung, Larkey and many more. Continue walking following the guide in a steep descend on a high moraine ridge of Salpudanda glacier. Now onwards, the trail will be grassy moraine rockfall of Dangboche Kharka. Walking for a while will take you to the beautiful Bimthang Village. From here, you can view the fantastic scene of the peaks like the Lamjung, Manaslu, Phungi, Himlung and Cheo Himal. Spend overnight at Local lodge/ Camping at Bimthang.
Day 21: Trek Bimtang to Dharapani - Altitude: 1,860m/6,102ft. Trek: 5/6 hrs.
Begins the trail to the Hampuk, a rock shelter cave, and crossing a bridge, you will continue walking down through the forest of Rhododendron and Pine, passing several villages and cultivated land, explore the Gho Village settled by the Gurung community as well as the Kilpu waterfall. You will reach Tilje, where you can rest for a while. Explore traditional Gurung Village. From now, you will continue walking towards Dharapani after crossing a bridge over the Dudh River. Explore the village and spend time enjoying the surrounding. Spend overnight at Local Lodge.
Day 22: Trek from Dharapani to Besisahar and drive to Kathmandu - Altitude: 1,300m/4,264 ft. | Drive: 7/8 hrs.
Your trek will officially end and from Besisahar, you will drive back to Kathmandu. Along the serpentine mountain mishmash road followed by snaky Prithvi Highway the journey longs for 7-8 hours. The journey on this highway is also a highlighting part of the trip. The cultural practices in the semi-urban areas of Nepal, the fast-flowing Himalayan Rivers and the ongoing adventurous activities there and most importantly the hilly landscapes on the roadsides represent different Nepal. You will be having your lunch at one of the highway resorts and in the late afternoon, you will be arriving in Kathmandu. Rest of the time in Kathmandu you can unleash your trekking tiredness hunting the souvenirs on the streets of Thamel or simply chill in your hotel room.
Day 23: Departure from Kathmandu 1350m - Altitude: 1300 m/4264 ft.
It is the last day with us. Our supporting team will take you to the airport for your final departure. We hope to see you again. Additionally, if you have the plan of any adjoining trip, you can let us organize.
- Ground Transportation: Kathmandu/Machhakhola drive in the local sharing bus.
- Ground Transportation: Dharapani/Besisahar drive in local sharing jeep
- Ground Transportation: Besisahar to Kathmandu drive in a private vehicle
- Accommodation in Kathmandu: 3 nights accommodation in Kathamndu in 3-star hotel on BB basis on twin sharing
- Accommodation during Trek: 19 Nights'basic guesthouse accommodation during the trek in mostly twin-share and occasionally dormitory-style rooms. [Few nights in an attached bathroom in available places]
- Meals: 3 Meals per day during the trek (BLD: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner. Each meal consist of one course of the meal)
- Guide: Nepal Government licensed English-speaking trekking guide.
- Porter: The required number of local staff and porters to carry your luggage during the trek (2 trekkers: 1 porter)
- Permit: Tsum Valley Restricted Permit, Manaslu Conservation Area Project [MCAP] Permit Annapurna Conservation Area Project [ACAP] Permit, Trekkers' Information Management Systems [TIMS] Card and Manaslu Special Permit
- Souvenir: Duffle Bag, Trekking T-shirt, Trekking Maps
- Equipment: Sleeping Bag and Down Jacket during Trek (upon request)
- Food, accommodation, insurance, equipment, and medicine for all staff.
- Exclusive medical kit bag carried by trekking guide
- All our government taxes, vat, tourist service charges.
- Official expenses
What's Not Included ?
- Nepal arrival visa
- Your personal expenses for mineral water, soft beverages, confectionaries, laundries, phone calls, hot drinking water, bbar bills showers etc.
- Internet facility, battery chargers, multi plugs etc.
- Medical expenses and trip cancellation.
- Any other extended trips and accommodation.
- Tips of ga guides, porters and driver as a token of appreciation.
- Any other expenses or charges that are not mentioned in “cost includes” list.
PASSPORT AND VISA:
All the foreign nationals (except Indian nationals) are required to display Visa while entering Nepal. Nepalese Visa can be obtained either at the Nepalese Embassy of the respective country or can be obtained during your arrival at the International Airport in Kathmandu or from Nepal’s border entry point in Kakadvitta, Birgunj, Bhairahawa, Nepalgunj, Gaddachowki on the Nepal-India border and Kodari on the Nepal-China border.
Certain nationals are requested to arrange Visa prior to arrival in Nepal. The listed countries are- Afghanistan, Iraq, Cameroon, Ghana, Somalia, Swaziland, Palestine, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Ethiopia and Liberia and cannot secure Nepalese Visa on arrival.
VISA FACILITY DURATION FEES
Multiple Entry 15 Days US$ 80 or equivalent convertible currency
Multiple Entry 30 Days US$ 100 or equivalent convertible currency
Multiple Entry 90 Days US$ 175 or equivalent convertible currency
You can also download the VISA form and fill it up. Please go through the link as below: http://www.online.nepalimmigration.gov.np/tourist-visa
MONEY & CREDIT CARD INFO
Most of the credit card, master and visa card is blocked from your card provider. It may be because of a security reason. It, sometimes, may bring you in a problematic situation that you can't get money from ATMs. To find yourself free from this problem, you can call your card provider before you travel to Nepal and inform there that you are traveling to Nepal. Ensure them to give the authorization for the payment. Be sure you have brought some small amount for your daily expenses as well as for those items which are not included in our cost. If you want to exchange money, we provide you with the facility to change your money. Or, you can take help from Money Changers in Thamel.
While traveling to Nepal, you are requested to have travel insurance that should cover any comprehensive expenses possible to acquire due to medical issues or accidents. Especially, your travel insurance must protect air ambulance, treatment charges, rescue and evacuation, product cancellation and refundable charges, flight delay, and cancellations.
Traveling in the Himalayas is full of adventurous; hence it is wise to choose a proper insurance policy. While choosing your insurance policy, make sure that it will protect all such unforeseen expenses. You must ensure that the policy you do take provides an adequate level of protection, well familiar with your itinerary and covers you for the activities involved. You must carry proof of insurance (e.g. your insurance certificate) with you on the holiday or send us a scanned copy and it must be issued from your homeland.
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Please, kindly note, these given references of the insurance company above is only a recommendation, which based on the recommendation of our previous travelers. You could review their update insurance policy by contacting them directly.
VACCINATION FOR NEPAL
Travelers should consult with their physician or update on vaccination requirements before travel. (Your doctor or the health-care provider will determine what you will need, depending on factors such as your health and immunization history, areas of the country you will be visiting, and planned activities). For traveling to Nepal, we recommend you to take vaccination of Polio, Tetanus, Typhoid, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Rabies, etc. However, it is not mandatory but recommended.
ALTITUDE SICKNESS (ACUTE MOUNTAIN SICKNESS)
Altitude sickness, also known as AMS (acute mountain sickness), is caused by a lack of oxygen at high altitudes (normally above 3,000m). It occurs as the result of our bodies’ inability to adapt to a sudden increase in altitude. If given time, our bodies will adjust and a gradual ascent will decrease the possibility of altitude sickness.
PREVENTION OF AMS: Go slowly, drink a lot of water, and pay attention to the sensations of your body. If symptoms occur you have climbed too far for the day. Rest at the same altitude will give you time to acclimatize and usually relieve mild symptoms.
MILD SYMPTOMS: Headache, nausea, loss of appetite, and mild shortness of breath with minimal exertion, difficulty sleeping, dizziness or lightheadedness, mild weakness, fatigue, a general unwell feeling.
SERIOUS SYMPTOMS: The inability to recover from shortness of breath with rest, severe persistent headache, low urine output, vomiting, confusion, delirium, loss of coordination. These require immediate descent as acclimatization will not take place at the same altitude.
The key is to trek slowly, carry a light pack and just take it easy. Allow your body the time it needs to acclimatize.
Upon your arrival at TIA International Airport, our company's representatives are stationed to pick you up. They will be holding your name sign along with the company's name in it. Our office representative will escort you to your hotel in Kathmandu.
Round Tsum Valley And Manaslu Circuit Trek 23 Days Departure dates and price
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Definitely my next time trek company !!
It was my first trip with them going to Manaslu circuit Trek and was really nervous as i was travelling solo. After landing in kathmandu I was amazed with their hospitality and care towards me including the team I was going with, During the trek the guide was very kind and helpful. I am definitely traveling with them on my next trip to Nepal.- Anthony II ( )
Tsum Valley Trek 15 Days
We went on a trek to Manaslu Region last year. The trek to Tsum valley and Ganesh Himal Base Camp was absolutely amazing. Even though the trek was long but it was worth the shot.- Anis A. ( )
One of the Tallest Mountains in the World
The trek to Manaslu Circuit Via Larkya Pass was one of the greatest adventurous trips I have ever taken. We had to go through some of the toughest paths, up hills, and slippery trails. The result after the hard climb was wonderful though.- Barbara H. ( )
Dream Come True
Brian and I got married during the pandemic and our honeymoon trip was never completed. So we decided to go someplace quiet and adventurous and chose the Himalayas of Nepal. It was both of our dream to trek together holding hands up to the Base Camp and we did it. Thanks, Alpha Adventure for arranging everything according to our needs.- Arpana B. ( )
Winter Trek was Awesome !!!
I went on a winter trek to Manaslu Base Camp last year and it was great. Although most of the teahouses were closed for winter, we had a comfortable place to stay and the trip was just WOW!!.- Romi D. ( )
Festival Trek to Nepal
I and the guys went on a festival trek to Manaslu Region and enjoyed it to the fullest. We got to experience the unique tradition of the time and tried some of the greatest dishes made during the festival. The path was less crowded and the environment was at its best.- Neil C. ( )
Off Season Trek to Manaslu
I including a group of other friends went on a trek to Manaslu last December, we were able to reach the Base Camp, but the path was very challenging and slivery as it was covered with snow. We had a trained guide from AAT which made us very easy to cross the path and complete our trip comfortably.- Sean M. ( )
Trek after the Pandemic
I went on this trek right after the lockdown was lifted. The path was fresh as it had been closed for almost 2 years. People there were amazed to see me there. Overall the trek was a very interesting and unique experience.- Farid M. ( )
Trekking right before the Monsoon Season
I and my husband had an amazing time in this region. We had gone trekking right before the rainy season and WOW!! The environment and weather were so satisfying. Clouds running in the sky, chill Wind blowing white giants standing, It was the best decision ever made.- Darlene K. ( )
One of the Greatest Trek Ever
We had a group of 4 while taking this trek, we chose AAT for the trip and were amazed at the level of professionalism they have. The trek was one of a kind. Loved the view.- Saru K. ( )
Great Trek Experience
We did Manaslu Circuit Trek during the Winter (Mid-November) and were stunned by the view and landscape. I would like to enjoy the scenery in the spring so will be going with AAT next time too.- Sami D. ( )
Definitely Travelling Back to Nepal
We did Manaslu Circuit Trek during the Winter (Mid-November) and were stunned by the view and landscape. I would like to enjoy the scenery in the spring so will be going with AAT next time too.- Sandy T. ( )
Manaslu Circuit Trek Experience
Manaslu Circuit Trek via Larkya Pass was great with amazing landscape and snow-covered mountains on the way. Was amazed by the hospitality and accommodation at that height.- Salim E. ( )
My first Trekking Experience with AAT
I never had trekking experience in Nepal. I got to know about Alpha Adventure treks from a friend, They prepared me well and provided an experienced guide. Had a great time in the Himalayas.- Gyan G. ( )
Great Trek Great Experience
Had a great experience trekking with AAT. The guide was super friendly and helpful. Definitely Travelling with them during my next trip.- Victor J. ( )
Alpha Adventure Treks Provided a Very Smooth Once In a Lifetime Experience
My hiking partner and I could not have had a nicer time in Nepal. As we prepared for our trek, Purushottam offered us with good, fast, and precise information, which was especially beneficial as the COVID landscape in Nepal changed. Arriving at the airport was a breeze, as we were greeted by our guide and then met with Purushottam to discuss the walk. Saroj was our guide, and he was a joyful and knowledgeable authority on the trip, having completed it over 50 times. Of course, the mountains on our trek were massive and breathtaking, and we were glad to experience this area before it became overdeveloped. Alpha Adventure Treks made the trip go as smoothly as possible, focusing on making it the once-in-a-lifetime experience we had hoped for.- Johnathan S. ( )