The Manaslu Larke Pass Trek is yet another popular trekking trail in the remote yet beautiful Manaslu region. The trek is short yet very amazing, as we will have the opportunity to have a scenic view of the Manaslu peak and other equally mesmerizing satellite peaks on the Nepal-Tibet border. We will also have the opportunity to cross the snowy Larke Pass at an elevation of 5,420 m, from where we will once again have a panoramic view of the western mountains that dominate the western skyline.
Prepare to be mesmerized by the captivating vistas of the Manaslu peak and its surrounding satellite peaks along the Nepal-Tibet border. The trek reaches its climax as we traverse the snowy expanse of Larke Pass, standing tall at an elevation of 5,420 meters. From this vantage point, a panoramic display of the majestic western mountains awaits, painting a picturesque scene against the horizon.
Since its opening to trekkers in 1992, the Manaslu region has gained immense popularity for its diverse landscapes, natural wonders, and rich cultural heritage. The name “Manaslu,” translating to “Spirit Mountain” in the local tongue, reflects the reverence and significance it holds for the indigenous communities.
The Manaslu Larke Pass Trek presents a thrilling yet demanding adventure, as we journey in close proximity to towering mountains and glaciers, navigating through rugged terrain and rocky hills. Following the ancient salt-trading route along the banks of the Budhi Gandaki River, each step unveils a new facet of the region’s history and natural beauty.
Natural Splendor and Wildlife Encounters:
Traversing through the Manaslu Conservation Area, designated to preserve the pristine wilderness of the region, offers glimpses of rare and exotic wildlife such as snow leopards, blue sheep, and musk deer. The trek also boasts panoramic views of over 10 peaks exceeding 6,500 meters, including several towering above 7,000 meters.
Optimal Trekking Seasons:
For the best experience, plan your adventure during the autumn months of October and November or the spring season of April and May. These months ensure favorable weather conditions and optimal visibility, enhancing the overall trekking experience.
Expertly Crafted Itinerary:
Fear not, as our team of seasoned mountaineers and guides has meticulously planned your journey. Taking into account factors such as acclimatization, climate, and visibility, we have crafted an itinerary aimed at guaranteeing your safety and enjoyment throughout the expedition.
Embark on this remarkable journey through the Manaslu region, where every step is a testament to the raw beauty and untamed wilderness of the Himalayas.
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Day 01: – Arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to the hotel, and welcome drinks.
Day 02: – Trekking preparing, and shopping in Kathmandu.
Day 03: – Kathmandu – Drive to Machha Khola (7/8h) 970m.
Day 04: – Machhakhola – Jagat (5/6h) 1350m.
Day 05: – Jagat – Filim (2/3h) 1590m.
Day 06: – Filim – Deng (5/6h) 1860m.
Day 07: – Deng – Namrung (5/6h) 2630m.
Day 08: – Namrung – Lho village (4/5h.) 3180m.
Day 09: – Lho village – Sama Gaun (3/4h.) 3520m.
Day 10: – Sama Gaun – Rest for acclimatization Day
Day 11: – Sama Gaun – Samdo village (3/4h.) 3875m.
Day 12: – Samdo village – Dharmasala (3/4h.) 4460m.
Day 13: – Dharmasala – Larke La Pass (4/5h) 5160m – Bimtang (4/5h.) 3720m.
Day 14: – Bimtang – Goa (4/5h.) 2515m.
Day 15: – Goa – Dharapani (3/4h) 1900m and Drive to Besisahar (2/3h)
Day 16: – Besisahar: Drive to Kathmandu (4/5h) 1350m.
Day 17: – Rest day and shopping day.
Day 18: – Departure from Katmandu to your destination.
When you make such an adventure travel plan to visit Nepal, please bring your one suitcase and trekking day pack inside or as hand luggage used in Kathmandu. You just need casual clothes, such as jeans and a light jacket, if the evening gets cold. Leave your things that you don’t need in Trekking or Travel at the hotel while you return from the trip, and then you will bring them back from there. The items that you need are listed below:
While you are traveling in Nepal, there are many kinds of foods available, such as Nepali, Indian, Chinese, Thai, Korean, and Continental foods.
Kathmandu: While you stay in Kathmandu, there are a lot of restaurants and bars with many kinds of typical foods. So, you should choose yourself according to your own restaurant and enjoy.
Pokhara: While you are in Pokhara, as well as in Kathmandu, amusement will be different.
Trekking: While you are on the trek, you will have chosen according to the menus as: Nepali, India, Chinese, Continental foods, etc.
Foods available for trekking:
|Hard / Cold Drinks
|Dal Bhat Set
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After confirmation, you will receive by mail the booking form with all the details for the payment of the deposit. The deposit will be sent by transfer to our bank. Once we receive the money, we will send you the final invoice with the balance to pay. The balance will be paid upon your arrival in Kathmandu.
You can pay your deposit either by bank transfer or at the following bank :
Dear Client, If you have any problems with the above payment system, then you can send it to us by money transfer, such as:
Normally, you can directly deposit the amount of your trip into our bank account with the following account information: But the money transfer system for the bank account doesn’t work, and it is a quick & easy way to get your payment method.
Trips canceled by the client: The following cancellation charges will be applied to the cancellation of the trip:
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