Manaslu Circuit Trek Require License Holder Guide
Manaslu trekking guide and porter service management team play an essential role to goal your trek, Manaslu circuit (Larke la pass) trekking are not allowable with Independent Guide for individuals trekkers without register agency and license holder guide and porters, because of the restricted area trek.
The to-do Manaslu circuit trek, trekkers have to apply for special Permits from government register trekking agency and compulsory hire license holder guide, either the independent solo traveller or group visitors.
Nepal wilderness Trekking agency lead Manaslu Circuit miracle trekking with professional local guide and porters, who are well-known with nature, trails, mountains, peoples, cultures, flora and fauna of Manaslu Region. We have Guides who are from locals area of Gorkha-Manaslu, fully knowledgeable of Manaslu circuit and Local Communities. The guide speaks fluent English and Local Language Of Tsum Valley Manaslu region.
Manaslu circuit trek is Phenomenal miracle adventure destinations which is overflow trekkers from 2016, due to road build in Annapurna circuit. The trekkers divert to Manaslu trek, the verses of Annapurna circuit alternatively. According to the Department of Immigration report, there were 660,304 foreign tourists visit in Nepal, and approximately 30% tourist penetrates Manaslu restricted area permits list.
Who we are?
Nepal wilderness trekking agency is Government register trekking company in Nepal, who can process quickly as all require permits from Immigrations and ACAP, and MCAP. We lead this trekking locally guide and porters with good equipment and fully insurances coverage team.
our Trekking Guide and Porter wages are reasonable for the following region
- Manaslu Trekking Guide wages is U$D 30 per Day, porter wages is U$D 22 per Day, including meals accommodations, insurance, and equipment for them.
- Our Service Charge and Government Tax is U$D 50 Per person.
- Manaslu Restricted Area (MRA) Permits is U$D 70 at autumn and U$D 50 for spring per week for per person.
- Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) permits U$D 30 per person
- Manaslu Conservation Area Project (MCAP) Permits U$D 30 per person
- Trekking Information management system (TIMS) Permits U$D 20 per person
Note: single trekkers can’t issue a permit for Manaslu area because of Restricted Area.
By On May 04, 2019
We reserved Lal, very nice and friendly guide because we were with him 2 times in Nepal. Unfortunately, he was blocked by bad weather in Lukla so we have given to another guide Druba. He is also an excellent guide and we spent with him very nice two weeks in Manaslu and Tsum valley. We very recommend using Nepal Wilderness Trekking travel agency for your trek in Nepal…more»
Nepal Wilderness trekking organized our Manaslu Trekking, and we (my wife and I) were delighted with their service. Their Internet presence is very transparent about the pricing; no hidden prices or surprises, The email response from Himal Ghale were very prompt, friendly and professional. They managed to organize all our special permits before we were in Kathmandu and this helped…more»
Me and my dad just finished the Manaslu Circuit trek with Suk Bahadur Ghale as a guide and Rack Lama as the porter. We didn’t take an all-inclusive package but just booked guide+porter and for then to arrange the needed permits.
Email contact with the owner Himal Ghale was pleasant and very prompt.
Once we arrived there, the permits were arranged quickly, and we were helped with other needs like renting the sleeping bag and getting a local SIM.
During the trek, our guide Suk did a great job at guiding us. He has good knowledge of the trail. He was good at coaching us, especially during the tougher times. When things would get tricky (around landslides for example) he was always there to help. At the teahouses, he seemed to be on top of everything so we would never have to worry about ordering food or bills etc..
As a person, he struck me as an honest person with humor.
Our porter Rack was, besides carrying our stuff and singing Nepalese songs, also acting as an assistant guide and assisting Suk with everything mentioned earlier. So for us, it felt like we had half a guide extra…more»