Safe holiday adventure pvt.ltd offer you a beautiful trekking route Manaslu Circuit trek as it is being really popular since past 15 years and you get to see a real life and natural things. The Manaslu area is a relatively new trek in the repertoire of most Nepali trekking guides.
It was only released to people outside Nepal in 1991 and follows an old salt trading trek along the Budhi Gandaki River and the Budi Gandaki gorge with its most fantastic views. The trek leads you through the pristine wilderness with a view from Mount Lho to Bhimtang like you have not seen any other. If you want to know what heaven on earth means, this is the place to come and to experience.
Mount Manaslu (8156m) was first conquered by Imanishi and Gyalzen Norbu, on May 9, 1956, as part of a Japanese expedition.
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Safe holiday adventure pvt.ltd offer you a Manaslu Circuit trek as it is being really popular since past 15 years and you get to see a real life and natural things. The short Manaslu trekking 2017 area is a relatively new trek in the repertoire of most Nepali trekking guides. It was only released to people outside Nepal in 1991 and follows an old salt trading trek along the Budhi Gandaki River and the Budi Gandaki Gorge with its most fantastic views.
The trek leads you through the pristine wilderness with a view from Mount Lho to Bhimtang like you have not seen any other. If you want to know what heaven on earth means, this is the place to come and to experience. Mount Manaslu (8156m) was first conquered by Imanishi and Gyalzen Norbu, on May 9, 1956, as part of a Japanese expedition.
One of the not to miss attractions of this trek is the Samdo village. It is the highest village in the Budhi Gandaki valley and is inhabited by Bhotias. From this village, you have an excellent view of the valley and Pang Phuchi village; with the Tibetan border in its far.
The Manaslu region is not just attractive because of its spectacular views. It is a must-go destination for any nature lover. In an almost untouched area, you can experience 110 species of bird’s including the Golden Eagle, Eurasian Griffon, Himalayan Griffon, Blood, Impeyan, Kalij and Koklass Pheasants, Himalayan and Tibetan Snow Cocks and the Crimson Horned Pheasan.
The Manaslu region is also very diverse in its flora. For example, it inhibits nineteen different types of forest, most of it, however, constitutes of the Rhododendron, and Himalayan Blue Pine. A site trip to the Manaslu Base Camp is an experience of its own kind. From there you can easily get to the Pungyen Monastery with its breathtaking view to Himchuli (7331m). A glacier you need to see to believe.
The Manaslu Trek is a circuit and at one point meets up with the Annapurna circuit trek via Bhimthang. However, this only happens after you have passed the Larkya-La Pass (52235m) and then descend through Dharapani. From the Larya pass you can enjoy a stunning view of Cheo Himal, Himlung Himal and Kang Guru and as a special eye candy, every now and then you will get a glimpse of the massive Annapurna itself.
Day 1: Kathmandu to Arughat bus drive then trek to Soti Khola,
Day 2: Soti Khola to Machha Khola,
Day 3: MachhA Khola to Jagat (there is checkpoint where you need to show your trekking permits),
Day 4: Trek from Jagat to Deng,
Day 5: Trek from Deng to Namrung,
Day 6: Trek from Namrung to Samagaon,
Day 7: Rest day in Samagaon, trip to Pungyen Gompa or a little way to Manaslu Basecamp / Birendra Tal,
Day 8: Trek from Samagaon to Samdo,
Day 9: Trek from Samdo to Dharmashala (or stay 2 nights in Samdo if fit for the hike to Bimtang in one day),
Day 10: Trekking from Dharmashala to Bimtang,
Day 11: Trekking from Bimtang to Dharapani,
Day 12: Drive from Dharapani to kathmandu,
So, if you don’t have much time and if wanna come back to Kathmandu early there is a options from Dharapani where you can get local transport to Kathmandu,if you have guide with you he will manage all for you but if you are by your own still you can consult with locals from there they are friendly people.short Manaslu trekking in 2016 /17 is one of the finest trip in Nepal.
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Can I get Nepali visa when I arrive at Kathmandu airport ?
Yes you can get visa when you arrive in Nepal’s airport easily you just need to take two passport size photograph with you and passport copy after few minute you can get visa. So for 30 days nepali visa cost 40 USD and till 15 days staying visa cost 25 USD Per person similarly if you are staying 3 month (90 days) than it cost 100 USD.
There is link to fill up visa form before you come to Nepal that would be quicker if you want here is the link. Just hit this link www.online.nepalimmigration.gov.np
Does safe holiday provides pick up service on arrival ?
Yes of course as we mention in our webpage and info we provides pickups and drops services to our clients to make them secured and safe. So we provide private transport as per the size of your group and it is our complimentary.
Which season is the best to travel Nepal ?
We have so many different trekking area from 2000m up to 5555m and all year you can trek after consulting with your agent but in general spring and Autumn is the best to go to Nepal.
Can I trek in Nepal ?
There are many choices of trekking areas in Nepal for first time visitors, moderate and adventure so if you are not so fit and getting confusing to make it or not I would say you definitely you can do it because there are many easy walking route where you don’t need to be worry about mountain sickness and steep walk so you can ask with your agent and discuss what is best for than he/ she will give many options as per your time limit.
How fit do I need to be to trek in Nepal ?
If you arte usually fit and used to do daily morning exercise don’t worry you can do it easily because we just walk limit distance and hours max 6 hours a day so if you are little bit fit close your eyes and just do it.
Can I hire experienced train guide ?
Sure you can get government authorized trek and tour guide if you want to know many information from Nepal and Nepalese society you can have experienced guide who will make your best trip and meaningful. There are many prices for guide in Nepal because they have category too ex: A grade guide , B grade guide , C grade guide so if you want to hire well English speaker guide cost 40 USD a day and 8 grade guide cost 30 USD per day and C grade guide cost 20 USD a day.
What kind of accommodation will it be during the trek ?
When you are in mountain during your trek you can have your private room generally twins bed in one room with comfortable mattress and pillows but for shower and bathroom most of the places we have to share with other visitors. The lodges will be warm and nice insulated and also
Can I have local food and western food both I the trekking ?
Yes you can have almost all kind of dishes over there. Especially if you are trekking over 4000m high the quality of food will not be so good but good enough for few days but below 4000m trek there are professional cook most of the lodges who will serve you continental , Indian, western, Italian and Nepali all kind of foods. There is no bargain system in the Himalaya where you can see your food on many and order than they will; serve you very quick.
Does you agency organize hotel booking and domestic tickets ?
Yes it’s our pleasure to organize as we have been working in similar field so on your request we usually used to organize all kind of activities such as ticketing, rafting, paragliding, boating, Canoeing, Jungle safari, home stay, volunteering and many more.
During your stay in Kathmandu you will be accommodated in a clean and net hotel in Kathmandu with an attached private room. All accommodations during your trek are on a twin-shared basis. On request, we can supply you with a single bed accommodation too.
The Kathmandu and Pokhara hotel has attached bathroom, while the tea houses during your trek in most places only have shared bath- and toilet facilities. However, single rooms are readily available in Kathmandu and at most trekking regions in the lower ranges. They might be more difficult to find the higher you travel.
Meals While trekking:
you will be able to experience authentic, home cooked meals. However, if you chose, there is also an international cousin (Tibetan, Continental, Italian, Indian, etc.) available.
Breakfast and dinner will be served in a tea house or lodge. Here we will also rest for the night. Lunch, on the other hand, is served during our trip to the next destination. While trekking, all meals will be provided. However, during your stay in Kathmandu, only breakfast will be provided. As a special bonus,
Physical Condition & Experience:
The main trekking region Everest, Annapurna and Manasalu is a moderate trek suitable for passionate walkers who can walk at least 4-7 hours a day with a light rucksack. Some days, the walking hours will stretch to 7 – 8 hours.
You might already know, walking in high altitude is more demanding, due to restricted oxygen, then when trekking in lower heights.You will need excellent health and average physical fitness. Bring a positive attitude to the trek and some determination; all the rest will come by itself. Together we can succeed.
It is advisable to start doing exercise several weeks before your holiday trip to Nepal. This will give you the needed stamina and give you additional strength. You will definitely benefit from some past hiking experience, but this is not really required for this trip.
If you have a pre-existing medical condition such as a heart-, lung-, and blood diseases it is an imperative to inform safe holiday adventure pvt.ltd before making a booking. We also recommend that you consult with your doctor before travelling to the Himalayan. Don’t forget your travel insurance.
Best time to travel to Nepal:
• Spring (Feb to May) and then again
• Autumn (September to December 15) are the best months.
Although this trip can be accomplished during winter, the cold temperature might not be suitable for everyone but if you prefer to trek when there is not many trekker that is possible too and easy to find accommodations during your trek.