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Lower Manaslu Trek

Lower Manaslu Trek

Wilderness Trekking
lower manaslu trek
mountain view from Barpak
lower part of manaslu

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Trip Facts

Duration : 6 Days Max-Altitude : 3000 M Program Type : tea house / homestay Best Season : April- May, Jun- Jul Sep-Oct-Nov Per Day Walking : 5/6 h Trek Grade : Grade 2:

These treks are suitable for any walker looking for something a little more challenging and energetic. They are a combination of some longer and shorter walks and hill-walking experience is desirable. The duration is usually from 10 to 15 days. Following the up and down terrain of Nepal and walking to higher elevations contrasts these treks to those in the easy classification. However, you will be rewarded for your efforts with spectacular close-up views of glaciers and of the high Himalayas. Although the terrain is not difficult, some vigorous hiking experience is useful. There may be up to 6 hours a day on the trail and the elevation rises and falls from 800m/ 2624ft to 4000m/13210ft above sea level.

All price inclusive
$ 580 $ 469

Overview

Lower Manaslu-Larpak and Barpak village Trek

Lower Manaslu Trek is an ideal trek for those who wish to explore the more remote parts of the Lower Manaslu region and learn more about Nepalese local lifestyles within 6 days short trek. The landscape is serene and natural, giving you an insight into the ancient history of this majestic ancient mountain.

Lower Manaslu trek begins From Kathmandu to Gorkha Barpak Village (1920m), drive-by local bus. the home of the late Capt. Gaje Ghale, who was awarded the Victoria Cross of Great Britain. Barpak village is also the gateway to Rupina la pass Trekking, In the dry season, the village has 24-hour electricity, internet, good hotels, and bus service to Kathmandu. There is a magnificent Himalayan view from Barpak village and its unique sloppy shape houses with colored stone roofs. You can stay overnight at a local homestay. The lower Manaslu tea house Accommodations are basic compared with the Upper Manaslu Circuit trek

There is a recently introduced trekking trail into the southern valley of Manaslu in the Gorkha District of Nepal called Lower Manaslu Trekking. The trek around lower Manaslu offers trekkers unique experiences of the historic, religious, ecological, and cultural significance of the Gorkha district. As the first capital and origin of modern Nepal, this is where King Prithivi Narayan Shah began to unify today’s Nepal. For visitors who are fascinated by ancient history and architecture, the historical Gorkha Durbar and backdrop are the most fascinating parts. 

Aside from the breathtaking scenery, Lower Manaslu Trek offers more than just spectacular views of the mountains due to the very prominent Gurung culture of the settlements here. The culturally significant destinations include Darche Danda, Sirandanda, Laprak, Nambai Kharka, and Barpak. The fresh breeze, the views, and waking up to a pristine sunrise will revitalize your soul. Lower Manaslu trekking means being in the lap of nature and enriched by the joy of traveling.

Best view of the mountain from Dharche Danda

Dharche Danda offers panoramic views of more than 20 Himalayan peaks. Locals believe that the hill is sacred If a tourist offers prayers to the hill, he or she is believed to be blessed and protected from misfortune. There are a number of prominent peaks to be seen, such as Annapurna, Annapurna I, Annapurna II, Barashikhar, Gangapurna, Machhapuchhre, Langtang, and others. Ganesh I and II, Buddha Himal and Sringi Himal, Jaina Mata, Himal Chuli Ganesh III, among others. Locals show off their cultural dances and delicacies. Overnight at a homestay.

Best time to do Lower Manaslu trek

Lower Manaslu 6 days treks are best done between March Mid June, and Sep to Early Dec is also doable. In the lower part of the region, there is neither too much heat nor too much cold, the sky is blue and there is a clear view of the snow mountains.

Nepal Wilderness Trekking guide team lead Lower Manaslu circuit trekking package with competitive cost and suitable itinerary with our expert guide and Porters who are from the same area so they are the masters for the regions because of own territory.


 

Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01: From Kathmandu, drive to Gorkha Barpak Village (1920m), the home of the late Capt. Gaje Ghale, who was awarded the Victoria Cross of Great Britain. In the dry season, the village has 24-hour electricity, internet, good hotels, and bus service to Kathmandu. There is a magnificent Himalayan view from Barpak village and its unique sloppy shape houses with colored stone roofs. You can stay overnight at a local homestay. 
  • Day 02: Barpak Village - Laprak Village (2100m) We continue our journey to the huge Laprak Village (2100m). Our journey to Laprak begins at Basukang (a junction leading to Rupina la (a famous Manaslu alternative trekking trail). The main features of Laprak are the wooden roofed houses and the Gurung culture. The community lodge offers overnight accommodations. 
  • Day 03: From Laprak village, we walk to Nambai Kharka (pasture or cowshed) for four hours. It is an open pasture owned by the Laprak people. There are some temporary houses, but no toilet facilities. The purpose of our service these days is only to provide vegetation, as it is believed that slaughtering animals brings illness to trekkers. Spend the night in a homestay. 
  • Day 04: To see a stunning view, hike up to Dharche Danda (3220m) and trek to Tallo Thotneri. Darche Danda, the highest point in this trip, offers panoramic views of more than 20 Himalayan peaks. Locals believe that the hill is sacred. To avoid natural disasters, they pray to the hill. Stay in the same place overnight. 
  • Day 05: Tallo Thotneri - Ghyampesal We hike to Ghyampesal via adventurous Sita Cave, 1.8 km from Tallo Thotneri. We walk from the cave to Ghyampesal, our final destination, and stay in a homestay overnight.
  • Day 06: Ghyampesal – Kathmandu Drive 2.5 hours to Gorkha Bazaar and then 6 hours to Kathmandu. Drop you off with our guide and drive to Kathmandu. Get fresh and relax.

Cost Included

  • 2-time meal a day (Breakfast, lunch, and dinner chosen by Menu) with tea/coffee)
  • clean Accommodation on Lodge during the trekking.
  • One experienced, educated, well trained, fluent English speaking, friendly and familiar guide, from the same area and specialized in Manaslu trekking region and government authorized trekking guide and require porters, one Porter, for every two pax, Who carry the bag pack
  • Guide and Porters Food, accommodation, salary, insurance, transportation, and equipment.
  • Kathmandu- Ghorpa barpak and Ghyampesal to Kathmandu by local bus.
  • MCAP( Manaslu conservation area project) permits
  • TIMS Permit
  • First aid medical box.
  • Trekking equipment as sleeping
  • Complementary Trekking Certificate of Completion.

Cost Excluded

  • accommodation and meal in Kathmandu
  • Hard and soft table drinks such as Coke, Fanta, mineral water, hot shower, dessert, etc.
  • Personal insurance.
  • Rescue operation charge.
  • Tips for guide and porter

Reviews

Lower Manaslu-Larpak and Barpak village Trek

Lower Manaslu Trek is an ideal trek for those who wish to explore the more remote parts of the Lower Manaslu region and learn more about Nepalese local lifestyles within 6 days short trek. The landscape is serene and natural, giving you an insight into the ancient history of this majestic ancient mountain.

Lower Manaslu trek begins From Kathmandu to Gorkha Barpak Village (1920m), drive-by local bus. the home of the late Capt. Gaje Ghale, who was awarded the Victoria Cross of Great Britain. Barpak village is also the gateway to Rupina la pass Trekking, In the dry season, the village has 24-hour electricity, internet, good hotels, and bus service to Kathmandu. There is a magnificent Himalayan view from Barpak village and its unique sloppy shape houses with colored stone roofs. You can stay overnight at a local homestay. The lower Manaslu tea house Accommodations are basic compared with the Upper Manaslu Circuit trek

There is a recently introduced trekking trail into the southern valley of Manaslu in the Gorkha District of Nepal called Lower Manaslu Trekking. The trek around lower Manaslu offers trekkers unique experiences of the historic, religious, ecological, and cultural significance of the Gorkha district. As the first capital and origin of modern Nepal, this is where King Prithivi Narayan Shah began to unify today’s Nepal. For visitors who are fascinated by ancient history and architecture, the historical Gorkha Durbar and backdrop are the most fascinating parts. 

Aside from the breathtaking scenery, Lower Manaslu Trek offers more than just spectacular views of the mountains due to the very prominent Gurung culture of the settlements here. The culturally significant destinations include Darche Danda, Sirandanda, Laprak, Nambai Kharka, and Barpak. The fresh breeze, the views, and waking up to a pristine sunrise will revitalize your soul. Lower Manaslu trekking means being in the lap of nature and enriched by the joy of traveling.

Best view of the mountain from Dharche Danda

Dharche Danda offers panoramic views of more than 20 Himalayan peaks. Locals believe that the hill is sacred If a tourist offers prayers to the hill, he or she is believed to be blessed and protected from misfortune. There are a number of prominent peaks to be seen, such as Annapurna, Annapurna I, Annapurna II, Barashikhar, Gangapurna, Machhapuchhre, Langtang, and others. Ganesh I and II, Buddha Himal and Sringi Himal, Jaina Mata, Himal Chuli Ganesh III, among others. Locals show off their cultural dances and delicacies. Overnight at a homestay.

Best time to do Lower Manaslu trek

Lower Manaslu 6 days treks are best done between March Mid June, and Sep to Early Dec is also doable. In the lower part of the region, there is neither too much heat nor too much cold, the sky is blue and there is a clear view of the snow mountains.

Nepal Wilderness Trekking guide team lead Lower Manaslu circuit trekking package with competitive cost and suitable itinerary with our expert guide and Porters who are from the same area so they are the masters for the regions because of own territory.


 

  • Day 01: From Kathmandu, drive to Gorkha Barpak Village (1920m), the home of the late Capt. Gaje Ghale, who was awarded the Victoria Cross of Great Britain. In the dry season, the village has 24-hour electricity, internet, good hotels, and bus service to Kathmandu. There is a magnificent Himalayan view from Barpak village and its unique sloppy shape houses with colored stone roofs. You can stay overnight at a local homestay. 
  • Day 02: Barpak Village - Laprak Village (2100m) We continue our journey to the huge Laprak Village (2100m). Our journey to Laprak begins at Basukang (a junction leading to Rupina la (a famous Manaslu alternative trekking trail). The main features of Laprak are the wooden roofed houses and the Gurung culture. The community lodge offers overnight accommodations. 
  • Day 03: From Laprak village, we walk to Nambai Kharka (pasture or cowshed) for four hours. It is an open pasture owned by the Laprak people. There are some temporary houses, but no toilet facilities. The purpose of our service these days is only to provide vegetation, as it is believed that slaughtering animals brings illness to trekkers. Spend the night in a homestay. 
  • Day 04: To see a stunning view, hike up to Dharche Danda (3220m) and trek to Tallo Thotneri. Darche Danda, the highest point in this trip, offers panoramic views of more than 20 Himalayan peaks. Locals believe that the hill is sacred. To avoid natural disasters, they pray to the hill. Stay in the same place overnight. 
  • Day 05: Tallo Thotneri - Ghyampesal We hike to Ghyampesal via adventurous Sita Cave, 1.8 km from Tallo Thotneri. We walk from the cave to Ghyampesal, our final destination, and stay in a homestay overnight.
  • Day 06: Ghyampesal – Kathmandu Drive 2.5 hours to Gorkha Bazaar and then 6 hours to Kathmandu. Drop you off with our guide and drive to Kathmandu. Get fresh and relax.

Cost Included

  • 2-time meal a day (Breakfast, lunch, and dinner chosen by Menu) with tea/coffee)
  • clean Accommodation on Lodge during the trekking.
  • One experienced, educated, well trained, fluent English speaking, friendly and familiar guide, from the same area and specialized in Manaslu trekking region and government authorized trekking guide and require porters, one Porter, for every two pax, Who carry the bag pack
  • Guide and Porters Food, accommodation, salary, insurance, transportation, and equipment.
  • Kathmandu- Ghorpa barpak and Ghyampesal to Kathmandu by local bus.
  • MCAP( Manaslu conservation area project) permits
  • TIMS Permit
  • First aid medical box.
  • Trekking equipment as sleeping
  • Complementary Trekking Certificate of Completion.

Cost Excluded

  • accommodation and meal in Kathmandu
  • Hard and soft table drinks such as Coke, Fanta, mineral water, hot shower, dessert, etc.
  • Personal insurance.
  • Rescue operation charge.
  • Tips for guide and porter

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