Manaslu Trekking

Katmandu, Nepal

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Manaslu Trekking
Katmandu, Nepal

Exciting Nepal
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$1185
Deposit: $355

About this trip

Trekking in Manaslu area is one of the finest adventures in Nepal. The trek will take you to the base camp of Mt. Manaslu (8163m). Mt Manaslu is the eighth highest peak in the world. The Manaslu region lies in the Nepal- Tibet border.

Manaslu is a popular trekking trail in Nepal. The trek offers spectacular mountain views of some of the highest mountains in the world. It includes the breathtaking views of Mt. Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges.

The snow-covered Himalayas stretching beyond horizons are amazing. You will also see the beautiful mountain ranges of Himalchuli, Shringi, Ngadi Chuli, and Ganesh Himal. The Budi Gandaki River originates from the Manaslu Himalayan ranges.

Manaslu trek takes you into less trodden and unspoiled mountain trails. The trek offers varieties of cultural and biological experiences. You will see high altitude glacial lakes.

The Manaslu circuit is a restricted trekking area. You must take necessary permissions for the trek before organizing the trek.

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Exciting Nepal Treks and Expedition Pvt. Ltd. is based in Thamel Kathmandu that offers the widest range of adventurous outdoor activities especially in Nepal, Tibet, as well as Bhutan. Exciting Nepal Treks and expedition provides correct and useful information in related field and additionally offers incredible assistance to our guests with best price guaranteed. Our head office is located in Thamel, the heart of Kathmandu. Our company is possessed and Managed by a group of Travel specialists and experts, who are conferred to an arrangement of delicate and responsible travel with professionally prepared staff. Our devoted and proficient staff has firsthand information picked up through persistent preparing in managing and taking care of individual and groups. With a team of experienced and dedicated travel proficient, we guarantee each holiday that you travel with us is remarkable. Please feel free to contact us any time regarding any question related to trekking, tour, Expedition,

Reviews

I did 1 week Langtang Trecking (1600 - 5100m), 2 week Kailash piltrmage - my main purpose - and 1 week monasteries around Nepal. The exiting_Nepal_Treks Manager Subash convinded through very professional and reliable Email- Phone-communication in advance of the tour, so that I dared to fly to Kathmandu by myself without having permits for China. As promised by him, he managed the Visa excellent. He provided a very sympathic, good english speaking personal guide (Shuman) for my Langtang trecking. There I was deeply impressed by the beauty of the nature and the stroke of the earthquake, form which the people still are suffering. The following 12 Days Tibet-tour to Kailash and Guge via Kyerong was carried out through a Lhasa-Agent with a different group. The choice of the hotels on road could have been a bit more carefully. Subash provided good recommandations for my wish on a Ktm monastery stay and showed extraordinary engagement to find a spezial monastery, which I woudn't succed in without his help. Always listening and fullfiling to personal needs. The commercial handling was easy, trustful and professional. I didn't compare prices. He works together with Hotel Access Nepal in Thamel. All in all I was very satisfied and would organize a tour again with him. Ludger

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Exciting Nepal makes Nepal adventure dreams come true. Subash, the owner, was outstanding and responsive to every question. Their guide Basu is one of the best I've ever had and along with our porters Singman and Ngima we had a team that literally lifted our spirits and felt like a family - critical vibes for what is a physically and mentally taxing adventure near to the top of the world. If EBC is on your list (or really anywhere in Nepal is including ABC), Exciting Nepal needs to be who you book with and Basu needs to be your guide.
By Jon Ardrey on Nov 09, 2019