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Manaslu Expedition - 46 Days

Manaslu Expedition in Nepal

Fact of the Trip:

Region: Manaslu

Activities: Expedition

Accommodation: Hotel accommodation + Camping

Access: Arughat

Transportation: By drive to Arughat

Best Season: Autumn and Spring.

Maximum Altitude: 8156 m

Duration: 50 days

Trip Grade: Challenging.

  • Overview
  • Itinerary
  • Cost Info

Trip Highlights

  • Joyride through deluxe vehicle from Kathmandu to Arughat.
  • 8156 m of Mt,Manaslu is eight highest ponytail on earth and is most eminent expedition among the world's mountaineers.
  • Holding triumph from Manaslu is very perfect schooling to attempt to Mt,Everest.
  • Due to its crevasses and slippery snow routes make this expedition more onerous. 
  • Generally four camps will be set so as to approach to the summit of this expedition.
  • Partly,from camp III to camp IV there will be the probability of avalanches.
  • More grit and gumption with valiant and former climbing experiences is very imperative to do Manaslu expedition.
  • One can encounter with indigenous villages,sundry culture and primeval tradition.
  • One to one very knowledgeable Sherpa climbers and crucial gear will be hand over.   

Manaslu Expedition at 8156 meters is world’s eighth highest mountain placed in the Mansiri Himal, in the west-central part of Nepal. The name ‘Manaslu’ meaning “Mountain of the Spirit”comes from a Sanskrit word ‘Manasa’ meaning “intellect” or “soul”. Ever since Manaslu was first climbed by Tosio Imanishi and Gyalzen Norbu on May 9, 1956, it has earned the reputation of being one of the most popular mountains for expedition.

Manaslu offers itself as the best alternative to Cho Oyu during autumn. It is also regarded as a better training mountain for Everest expedition than Cho Oyu by mountaineers. The climbing route follows a relatively straight line to the summit, with only a few technical sections. Normally, four camps are set up for climbing Manaslu with a few stretches of steep climbing and crevasses from Camp I to Camp II. Since, the path gets very slippery, and challenging with possibilities of avalanches from Camp III to Camp IV, it’s important for us to gain a full understanding of your body's response to altitude and help you gain experience with Himalayan conditions. That’s why we highly recommend you to join our preparatory programs of mountaineering, which is conducted in other mountains a bit easier to attempt.

If you have any confusion or questions on the expedition, then please feel free to contact us for more details. Our team of mountaineering experts will try the level best to discuss your queries.

Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu 1300 meter & transfer to hotel 

Day 02: Prepare Expedition 

Day 03: Expedition briefing in Ministry of Tourism 

Day 04: Drive Arughat – Camping 

Day 05: Arughat - Liding 4 hours – Camping 

Day 06: Liding - Machhakhola 5/6 hours – Camping 

Day 07 Machhakhola - Pungpu (Thulo Dhunga) 6 hours – Camping

Day 08: Pungpu - Philim 5/6 hours - Camping 

Day 09: Philim - Bihiphhedi 5/6 hours - Camping 

Day 10: Bihiphhedi - Namrung 5/6 hours - Camping

Day 11: Namrung - Syalla village - Camping 

Day 12 Syalla - Sama village - Camping 

Day 13: Sama Village –Camping 

Day 14: Sama Village - Manaslu Base –camping

y 2016 Day 15 - 41: Climbing Period for Manaslu 8163m.

Day 42: Base camp - Sama village – Camping 

Day 43: Sama - Namrung village – Camping

Day 44: Namrung - Philim village – Camping 

Day 45: Filim -Machakhola – Camping 

Day 46: Machakhola - Soti – Camping 

Day 47: Soti - Arughat – Camping 

Day 48: Drive to Kathmandu 

Day 49: Free day in Kathmandu for shopping

Day 50: Final Departure to the Airport

Cost Includes:

  • Accommodation at hotel in Kathmandu on Bed and Breakfast basis.
  • Permit fee
  • Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) permit fee
  • Transportation of food supply .
  • 6 porters loads to BC.
  • Lodging and food en-route to BC and return.
  • Food and fuel at BC during the expedition period.
  • BC tent for members and staff.
  • Kitchen and dining equipment, toilet and shower tents with shower equipment, chairs and tables at BC.
  • 2-6 members 1 cook and 1 kitchen boy.
  • 7-11 members 1 cook: 2 kitchen boys.
  • 12 and above 2 cooks 2 kitchen boys.
  • Equipment allowance, day allowance, insurance for BC staff and liaison officer.
  • Visa extension and conservation fees.
  • Local transport in Kathmandu (Airport/hotel/airport).
  • Helicopter rescue insurance operation only for Nepalese staff.
  • Agency service charge.

Cost excludes:

  • Lunch and Dinner (L, D) in Kathmandu.
  • High altitude food and fuel above BC and personal climbing gears.
  • Accident insurance and emergency evacuation.
  • Related charges for communication equipment, satellite phone, and walkie-talkie and filming. Nepal custom duty for import of expedition goods arriving into Nepal by air cargo.
  • Garbage deposit of US$ 4,000 (refundable after the expedition).
  • High altitude Sherpa, oxygen and mask and a regulator.
  • Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu above 6 days.
  • Personal travel, medical and rescue insurance
  • Related charges for communication equipment (satellite phone, walkie-talkie).

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