Manaslu (8, 163), Lying At the edge of one of the most secluded Himalayan valleys in the central-western Nepal Himalaya’s Kali Gandaki valley 40 miles east of Annapurna, Manaslu is world’s eighth highest mountain and which is the highest peak of the Gurkha massif. Its name comes from the Sanskrit word Manasa, meaning ‘intellect’ or “soul”. This is the same word that is the root of the name of the holy lake Manasarover near Mt Kailas in Tibet. Mt. Manaslu was first climbed in 1956 by a Japanese expedition by T. Imanishi (Japan) and Gyalzen Norbu (Sherpa).Though there are many routes to Mt. Manslu mountaineering, as the long ridge Manaslu base camp and valley glacier offer feasibility to approach from different directions, but South Face is considered to be the most difficult. Our caravan route to this mountain begins from Gorkha to Samagaon and the return baxk with same route and via Larke pass route making the expedition one of the memorable one for Mt. Manaslu climbing.

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu & transfer to Hotel
Day 02: Kathmandu Sightseeing
Day 03: Preparation for Expedition
Day 04: Kathmandu – Gorkha by bus.
Day 05: Gorkha to Kanchowk 956 m
Day 06: Khanchowk to Arughat 530 m
Day 07: Arughat to Seti Khola 750 mDay 08: Machha Khola to Jagat 1350 m
Day 09: Seti Khola to Machha Khola 890 m
Day 10: Jagat to Ngyak 2300 m
Day 11: Ngyak Sightseeing.
Day 12: Ngyak to Namrung
Day 13: Namrung to Syalla village
Day 14: Syalla to Sama village.
Day 15: Sama Village Excursion.
Day 16: Sama Village to Manaslu Base camp.
Day 17-41: Climbing Period for Manaslu 8163m.
Day 42: Cleaning up Base Camp
Day 43: Base camp to Sama Goan village
Day 44: Sama Gaon to Namrung.
Day 45: Namrung to Philim village.
Day 46: Philim to Machakhola
Day 47: Machakhola to Seti Khola.
Day 48: Seti Khola to Arughat
Day 49: Arughat to Dhading and drive to Kathmandu
Day 50: Rest day at Kathmandu
Day 51: Departure to your onwards destination