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Manaslu Trek Guide

Manaslu Trek Guide

Wilderness Trekking
Manaslu Trekking Guide
Manaslu Trekking Guide from the same area who speaks fluent English

Trip Facts

Duration : 12-17 Days Trek Grade : Grade 1:

Trekking is essentially day hiking and doesn't require any special training. However, good physical condition, a love of walking, and a desire to enjoying the spectacular views of the mountains and encounter village life are essential. We offer a diverse range of easy treks. Categorising a trek as easy means that no difficult climbing or ascents to high altitudes are involved, they take usually no more than a week and are suitable for anyone. Be assured that a loss of altitude in no way means a loss of interesting things to see and experience. While our more challenging treks get you closer to a small number of mountain ranges, lower altitude treks often provide better viewpoints from which to enjoy the colourful horizons of a whole series of ranges. The duration of a trek can be from 4 to 9 days with an average of 4 to 5 hours walking per day.


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Welcome to the Manaslu Trek Guide team! 

The Manaslu trek guide and porter service management team are devoted to ensuring the achievement of your milestone goals during your Manaslu trek. Undoubtedly, Manaslu stands as one of Nepal’s most popular trekking destinations. Here, you can relish adventurous treks and tours within an idyllic environment. Whether you’re in search of a shorter trek or other forms of adventure, your expectations will not be let down. Additionally, extended city tours and unexplored region escapades are also on offer. Given the restricted nature of the area, independent Manaslu Larke La Pass trekking is not feasible; a licensed agency guide and porter are prerequisites.

The Manaslu trek necessitates special permits from a government-registered trekking agency, along with a guide. Whether you’re an independent solo traveler or part of a group, a guide is mandatory. There are various restricted trekking destinations like the Manaslu Circuit, Tsum Valley, Nar Phu Trek, Upper Dolpo, and Upper Mustang, which demand a guide and cooperation with registered trekking agencies. The Manaslu trek guide team will handle all the necessary permits.

Nepal Wilderness Trekking Agency leads the Manaslu Circuit miracle trek with expert local guides and porters, who are well-versed in the nature, trails, mountains, flora, and fauna of the Manaslu Region. We use local guides who are knowledgeable of the Manaslu circuit and local communities in Gorkha-Manaslu. Our guide speaks fluent English and the local language of the Tsum Valley Manaslu region. Our guides and porters have extensive knowledge of the Manaslu Circuit trekking area.

A phenomenal adventure destination, Manaslu Trek is a wonderland that has been experiencing a surge in trekkers since 2016 when the Annapurna Circuit was paved. As an alternative, trekkers divert to the Manaslu trek, the Annapurna circuit. According to the Department of Immigration, there were 660,304 tourists in Nepal, and approximately 30% penetrated the Manaslu restricted area permits list.

Is it possible to do the Manaslu trek without a Guide?

Trekking the Manaslu Circuit without a guide is not currently allowed by the Nepal government, as the area is classified as a restricted region due to its remote location and challenging terrain. This regulation is in place for the safety and conservation of both trekkers and the environment.

The Manaslu Circuit is a high-altitude trek that involves crossing several mountain passes and traversing remote areas with limited infrastructure. Having a guide can help you navigate the trail, deal with any emergencies that may arise, and ensure that you follow the regulations and guidelines set by the government.

Additionally, hiring a guide for the Manaslu trek not only ensures safety and adherence to regulations but also contributes to the local economy by providing employment opportunities for the local people.

Therefore, if you’re planning to trek with the Manaslu Trek Guide team, it’s recommended that you hire a licensed and experienced guide through a registered trekking agency. The guide can help you obtain the necessary permits, arrange accommodation and transportation, and provide valuable information about the culture and history of the region.

Who are we?

We are Nepal Wilderness Trekking Agency, a trekking company registered with the Government. We possess the capability to swiftly facilitate ACAP and immigration permits. Manaslu Trek Guide teams are local experts, accompanied by skilled porters, and equipped with top-quality gear. Furthermore, comprehensive insurance coverage safeguards our entire team.

Our Trekking Guide and Porter wages are reasonable for the following regions.

  1. Manaslu Trek Guide, Government licensed guide wages are U$D 35 per day, and porter wages are U$D 25 per day, including meals, accommodation, insurance, and equipment.
  2. Our Service Charge and Government Tax is U$D 50 Per person.

Permits costs

The Manaslu Trek is a restricted area trek that requires a special permit issued by the Government of Nepal. The permit fee varies depending on the season and the duration of the trek. Here is a general guide to the cost of permits for the Manaslu Trek:

  1. Manaslu Restricted Area (MRA) Permits September-November U$D 100 per person per week. December -August U$D 75 per person per week. more information about Nepal trekking permits in the restricted Zone.
  2. Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) permits are U$D 30 per person
  3. Manaslu Conservation Area Project (MCAP) Permits U$D 30 per person
  4. The cost of a Tsmu Valley permit is USD 40. per person for the first eight days from September through November. For the first eight days of December-August, the cost is USD 30. per person.
  5. Trekking Information (TIMS) Permits USD 20. per person

Note: at least two pax obtain a permit for the Manaslu trek guide team, because there are some restrictions in place by the Nepal government for safety and conservation purposes. Solo trekkers are not allowed to trek in the Manaslu region without a guide, and there must be a minimum of two trekkers in a group to obtain a Manaslu Restricted Area Permit (RAP).

This regulation was put in place to ensure the safety of trekkers, as the Manaslu trek involves crossing high-altitude passes and remote areas with limited infrastructure. Having a guide helps trekkers navigate the trail and deal with any emergencies that may arise.

Therefore, if you’re a solo trekker, you’ll need to hire a guide or join a trekking agency that already has a group planned for the Manaslu trek. The Manaslu Trek Guide team will also help you obtain the necessary permits and organize your logistics, including accommodation and transportation.

Our Services:

  1. Guided Treks: Our experienced Manaslu Trek guide team leads you on well-planned routes, ensuring you never miss a moment of awe-inspiring beauty. They also offer valuable insights into the region’s flora, fauna, and culture.
  2. Porter Support: Our porters handle the heavy lifting, allowing you to trek with ease. They transport your belongings, leaving you unburdened to fully enjoy the journey.
  3. Safety Measures: Your safety is non-negotiable. Our team is trained to address various trekking challenges, and we provide the necessary equipment to ensure a secure trekking experience.
  4. Cultural Engagement: Immerse yourself in the rich cultures of the Manaslu region. Our guides facilitate interactions with local communities, enhancing your understanding of their way of life.
  5. Customized Itineraries: We understand that each traveler is unique. Our flexible itineraries can be tailored to match your preferences, ensuring a trekking experience that resonates with you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Restricted Area Permit (RAP): For Manaslu Circuit Trek, the RAP fee was around USD 70-100 per person per week, depending on the season (more expensive during peak trekking seasons). Manaslu Conservation Area Permit (MCAP): This permit is required for all trekkers in the region and costs around USD 30 per person.
There are 4 permits, Restricted Area (MRA), Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP), Manaslu Conservation Area Project (MCAP), and Trekking Information management system (TIMS)
No, you cannot do independently because of Restricted Area, so you have to apply the permit by register trekking agency and have to hire license holder guide
The Manaslu Trek is considered to be moderately to challenging in terms of difficulty. It involves trekking through remote and rugged terrain, high mountain passes, and varying weather conditions. The altitude gain can also pose challenges for some trekkers, as the highest point of the trek, Larkya La Pass, reaches an elevation of over 5,100 meters (16,700 feet).
It depends on your walking style but 7-8 hrs is minimum per day.
It is neat and clean tea house with comfortable bed.
Nepal Telecom service (NTC) Sim works till Jagat and after tilje
If it is emergency then you have to make quick decision with our guide for further evacuation to Ktm with our guide and company will arrange for your better health.
Feb to May and Sep to Dec
You can totally connect with the local people with their cultures and traditional and the isolated rocky mountains
Consulting with guide 3 or 4 Am is the best time

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