• Last Updated on Oct 25, 2021

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The ultimate Off-Beaten track of Nepal - Manaslu Circuit trek. An Alternative to Annapurna Circuit Trek!!  

Have you ever been to some places and left your heart in there? Being on the Great Himalayan trail, Manaslu circuit trek is often considered to be the best all-around trek in Nepal. This circuit trek boasts on its great ambiance of tea-houses. Whilst Annapurna Circuit trek is one of the most visited and trekking routes in the country, Manaslu can certainly be the alternative toAnnapurna Trek. Some consider it to the innovative bridge, some consider it to be the best off-beaten route, Manaslu certainly fancies those who are up to the luxury trip and budget trip.

March, April, and May are the best seasons for this trek. Since October is the busiest time of the year, we don’t recommend you to trek in October. With not so many people and great climate, March-May offers you a magnificent beauty all around the trip. The snowy season doesn’t fancy many visitors due to less accommodation facility. Because of the heavy snow, most of the lodges and tea-houses remain closed until early March.

It is not possible for anyone to trek this route without a permit, though! A permit through a registered trekking company is a must. It is strongly recommended that you take a guide with you for the trip. The guide always comes handy when you want to know more about the place and the people living there. The altitude of the whole trip starts from Arughat (approx 700 m) to approx 5100 m, with various changes in the climate, ranges of temperature and tremendous changes in temperature, Manaslu pass(larke la pass) is also considered to be one of the tough passes of all the passes in Nepal. The eye-catching view of Mt. Manaslu (8163m), tea lodges on the lap of Mountain and Lakya La pass are the main features of this remote trek.

Have fun! Immerse yourself in the beauty of Nature. This trek is for those who consider nature as one. But strongly recommended that people will low health status shouldn’t go for the trek, as the trip goes higher there is the unpredictable tremendous change in the range of the climate which makes the trip very challenging for those with low health conditions.

Dipak Sapkota


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