Lower Manaslu Trek

Lower Manaslu trek

Lower Manaslu Trek is one of the interesting and beautiful treks of the Manaslu region, Nepal. This trek is especially for those who cannot go to the high mountains and want to see the picturesque mountains, and historical places and experience ethnical communities. Lower Manaslu Trek is a virgin trekking route of the Manaslu region where you will experience the different cultural, traditional, and rituals of the Gurung community. The attraction of this trek is a visit to the historical city “GORKHA” from where modern Nepal is unified. Another main attraction of Lower Manaslu Trek is to visit the big Gurung village and epicenter of the Nepal earthquake 2015, Barpak (Victoria Cross Village), and Laprak (village of Everest Summittor of Gorkha District). Besides this, trekkers are mostly experienced with the lifestyles and culture of the Gurung Community. The highest elevation of this trek is Dharache Dada of 3,200m, well known as the best mountain viewpoint of Gorkha District. From Dharache dada (Hill), you will have mountain views of Boudha Himal, Sringi Himal, Ganesh Himal ranges, Langtang Himal Ranges, Annapurna ranges, and many more unknown mountains.


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Name of Trek:

Lower Manaslu Trek 


Manaslu Region

Trekking Grade:

Easy to Moderate


Tour and Trekking

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Spring and Autumn


Camping Trek


Land Transportation 

Trek duration:

18 Days (14 Days for Trek)

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Walking hour per day:

5 to 7 hours

Group Size:

2 to 10 peoples

Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel.and Welcome dinner in the evening. You'll be met at the airport by a representative from the Manaslu Tours. Our representative will transfer to Hotel and will have welcome drink in the evening at the traditional Nepalese cuisine.

Day 02: Full day Sightseeing in Kathmandu.

  • SWAYAMBHUNATH, also known as the monkey temple, is climbed by a long set of steps and has great views of Kathmandu.
  • BOUDHANATH STUPA has many traditional Gompas hung with strings of multi-coloured prayer flags; it attracts many Sherpas and Tibetans for the circumambulations of the stupa (koras).
  • PASHUPATINATH is a Hindu temple with burning Ghats on the banks of the Bagmati River.
  • DURBAR SQUARE, which is one of the old capitals of the Kathmandu valley, has a blend of Hindu and Buddhist temples

Day 03: By private Vehicle: Kathmandu to Gorkha (140km, 5hrs).

Day 04: By private vehicle: Gorkha to Bhachek (1900m, 7hrs). Trek to Namki Dada 30min.

Day 05: Namki Dada to Ghyachowk (1710m, 4hrs)

Day 06: Ghyachowk to Barpak (1950m, 5hrs)

Day 07: Barpak to Humche (2, 970m, 6hrs)

Day 08: Humche to Tiling Kharka (3,150m, 4hrs)

Day 09: Tiling Kharka to Rupchi Tal (3,100m, 4hrs)

Day 10: Rupchi Tal to Malung (3,000m, 4hrs)

Day 11: Malung to Rukang (3,214m, 4hrs)

Day 12: Rukang to Singla (2,200m, 2hrs). Trek to Laprak (2,100m, 3hrs)

Day 13: Laprak to Nambai Kharka (2500m, 4hrs)

Day 14: Nambai Kharka to Tallo Thotneri (7hrs)

Day 15: Tallo Thotneri to Gyampesal (6hrs)

Day 16: Drive back to Kathmandu

Day 17: Free day in Kathmandu for self-shopping and self-visit.

Day 18: Transfer to International airport for departure

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Cost Includes:

  • Completely camping trekking with full board i.e. breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Twin sharing tented accommodation and camping equipments and Kitchen equipments
  • Mattress, Toilet tent, shower, Dinning tent, dining tables, chairs etc.
  • 4 nights Hotel accomodation in Kathmandu on BB plan (Bed & Breakfast) 
  • All necessary private transportations: Kathmandu to Gorkha and Ghyampelsal to Kathmandu
  • Airport pick up/drops on private vehicles
  • First aid and medical kits
  • All government taxes and official charges.
  • Full day Sightseeing in Kathmandu valley with all entrance fees. 
  • English Speaking Trekking Guide, Assistant Guide, Cook, assistant cook and Porters
  • Accidental and medical Insurance of Nepalese staffs

Cost Excludes: 

  • Lunch & Dinner in Kathmandu
  • Rescue/ emergence and insurance cost 
  • Beverage and hard drinks and alcohol
  • Nepal entry visa fee and airport tax during the departure.
  • Personal equipments and personal expenses.
  • In case of natural calamities i.e. political unrest, cancellation of flight due to weather, landslides etc the extra charge should be born by themselves.

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