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Manaslu Expedition

Manaslu, the peak awaits the thrilling experience because of its elevation structure as it is considered one of the most difficult mountains to climb. Also, standing high as the eight highest mountains in the world. Mt. Manaslu lies in central west Nepal in the valley of Kali Gandaki and 40 miles east of Annapurna. There are at least six different routes that can take you to Manaslu. The trekker needs an experienced and trained guide for you to climb Manaslu because of its technical routes.

Our trek to Manaslu starts from urban Kathmandu through some picturesque villages to the glacier mountains. the drive to Besishisahar already gives you countryside feelings. The paths to Dara Pani and Bhimtang take you away from the world of technology to the pristine valley of nature. Before reaching Larke base camp (4200m), you need to acclimatize to the altitude. During the journey, you will witness the Rocky Mountains, green valleys, and different villages. While trekking for several days, you will pass Darmasala via Larke Pass, and Sama Goun you will reach Manaslu base camp. Similarly, our estimated climbing period is 36 days from base camp to  Manaslu summit and back. likewise, we will be heading back via the same route as we went through. During the journey, every needed equipment will be provided by the company so just rest assured and get excited for the next voyage to come.

Day 01. Arrival to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel after check in free (1310m)
Day 02. After breakfast preparation for expedition and briefing for expedition and overnight in hotel.
Day 03. Drive to Beshisahar and overnight in guest house (750m)
Day 04. Drive to Dara Pani and overnight in guest house(1960m)
Day 05. Trek to Goha and overnight in guest house (2300m)
Day 06. Trek to Bimthang and overnight in guest house (3800m)
Day 07. Acclimatize and rest and overnight in same place (3800m)
Day 08. Trek to Larke Base Camp and overnight in guest house(4200m)
Day 09. Trek to Darmasala Via Larke La 5250m and overnight in guest house(4650m)
Day 10. Trek to down to Sama Goun and overnight in guest house(3400m)
Day 11. Trek to Manaslu Base Camp (4670m)
Day 12 To Day 27 Climbing Period from basecamp to Summit 8167m and basecamp.
Day 28. Cleaning up Base Camp.
Day 29. Trek down to Sama Goun and overnight in guest house.
Day 30. Trek to Dharma Shala and overnight in guest house.
Day 32. Trek down to Bimthang and overnight in guest house.
Day 33. Trek down to Dharapani and overnight in guest house.
Day 34. Drive back to Kathmandu and overnight in hotel.
Day 35. De Briefing and rest and overnight in hotel.
Day 36. Flight back to home.

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    FAQ About Manaslu Expedition

    Manaslu lies on the border between Gorkha and Manang districts in northern Nepal and 64 km east of Annapurna. The expedition starts from Dara Pani.

    The time it takes to climb Manaslu varies, but the average expedition lasts about 1 month. Our expedition from Friendship Treks with the help of our professionals to guide you will take 36 days to complete the trip.

    Manaslu is approximately 26,763 feet (8,163 meters) tall. It is also the 8th highest peak in the world.

    Climbing Manaslu can be quite difficult and challenging, with unpredictable weather, high altitudes, and technical challenges. But with our professional guides by your side to keep you safe, you will have the most thrilling experience of your life.

    The cost to climb Mount Manaslu varies from agency to agency, but the average expedition costs around $6,000-$12,500 for the expedition. Our Friendship Treks and Expedition provides this amazing expedition package for USD 5,000 per person. Reach out to us to grab this package.

    There are 4 total camps between the Base Camp and the Summit for the Manaslu Expedition. Advanced Base Camp (4,800m), Camp I (5,700m), Camp II (6,400m), Camp III (6,800m), Camp IV (7,500m), Manaslu Summit (8,156m)

    The best time to visit Manaslu is during the pre-monsoon (spring) and post-monsoon (fall) seasons, generally in April-May and September-October. So, are you ready for this exciting journey? Book your expedition now!