Manaslu Trek is one of the most famous mountains in the world for its beauty and its height as it is the eighth tallest mountain in the world and is the seventh highest mountain in Nepal. After the massive Earthquake of Nepal in April 2015, Manaslu Circuit Trek was one of the most affected trekking routes in Nepal though the post-earthquake recovery of the Manaslu trekking trail has been completed and become of the most famous trekking routes in Nepal. Mt. Manaslu (8163m) is one of the holiest mountains for the local people of the Gorkha District.
Best season for Manaslu Circuit Trek
According to the seasons, weather, and climate which prevail here in Nepal, the best months to come for Manaslu Circuit Trek are from September to December and February to May. After August, the monsoon will just end and clear skies with the most favorable temperature will spread the most pleasing environment.
What kind of guide is provided for the Manaslu Circuit Trek?
During your Manaslu Circuit Trekking, our guides are the most responsible person to lead you and make your dreams come on the ground while you are on the trip. Licensed to guide tourists in trekking and tours by the Ministry of Tourism, Government of Nepal, our guides are all Nepali Natives who speak English very fluently. They are trained and experienced in First Aid, Rock and Ice Climbing, High Altitude Sickness, and so on.
How long do we have to walk per day on an average during Manaslu Trek?
Usually, it is 5 to 7 hours per day on average. It covers about 8 to 15 kilometers depending upon the nature of the trekking trail, your situation, and our program. If your condition does not favor you to walk so long hours and distances, you can share your problem with your guide, he will make everything fine. You are given the maximum possible consideration and flexibility to be fine with your conditions, weather, geography, and the environmental factors encountered.
Trekking Permits for Manaslu
Manaslu Trek is a restricted region, you will need a special restricted area permit, which can be issued by a registered company. You will also need ACAP and MCAP permit for the trek. Two trekkers are required for the trek.
Can I get a telephone and internet in Manaslu Trek?
Yes, there are telephones in most of the rest points in all Manaslu trekking routes except in a few places at the highest elevations. Internet facility is available in some places.
What kind of accommodation is served during the Manaslu Trek?
Deluxe hotels in Kathmandu and Tourist standard hotels in tea-houses during the trek, Standard clean room, Hot Shower, Wifi, Battery Charge, Western and Nepali food is served during the trek.
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