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Manaslu is the 8th highest mountain in the world and is situated in the Kali-Gandaki valley of Nepal. The mountain was first summited by a Japanese expedition team in 1956. Manaslu is one of the toughest climbs and certainly the best alternative to train before climbing Mt. Everest. The climb is straightforward but much technical than Cho-oyu and Shisapangma. The climbers should have excellent physical condition and climbing training and experience in altitude of over 6000mtrs. Our climbing guides have high level of experience above 8000mtrs and will strive to serve you in the best way during the Expedition.

Trip Details

Duration:42 days
Altitude: 8156 meters above sea level
Difficulty: Moderate
Trip Type: Tea House/Camping
Departure Dates: September 2020

Price Includes

  • Permit fees for expedition
  • Accommodations in Kathmandu
  • Transportation
  • Airport transfers
  • Meals while trekking and climbing
  • Accommodations during the trekking and climbing period
  • Group equipment required for the climb
  • Qualified and experienced guides
  • Experienced base camp cook, kitchen boys
  • Experienced climbing Sherpas
  • Satellite phone service (pay per call)
  • Liaison officer
  • Nepalese crew Insurance

Price Excludes

  • Nepal entry visa fee (can be obtained from Airport upon arrival)
  • Lunch and dinner during the stay in Kathmandu
  • Personal climbing gear
  • Insurance and cancellation of trip
  • Staff bonus and tips
  • Personal expenses such as beverages, laundry, postages, telephone, email etc.
  • Permit for filming
  • Personal satellite phone permit
  • Airport departure tax
  • Custom duty and import license fees for expedition goods arriving in Nepal
  • Rescue services

Note: We can also prepare tailor-made itinerary according to your needs.

What to Expect

Physical Condition & Experience Requirements
Mt. Manaslu is a technical mountain. It contains technical and very steep ice and/or rock climbing. All climbers need to have good skills on rock and ice climbing and technically competent. Experience on ascending or descending on fixed ropes along a steep technical terrain is very important. A high standard of physical and mental fitness is also necessary for the climb.

Best Time for Mt. Manaslu Expedition
The post-monsoon season from September to January is considered the best time for Mt. Manaslu Expedition.


Day 1 Arrive Kathmandu

Day 2Free day in Kathmandu; O/N hotel

Day 3Drive to Arughat (570m); O/N camp

Day 4Trek to Khorsane (820m), O/N camp

Day 5Trek to Machha Khola (900m); O/N camp

Day 6Trek to Jagat (1,410m); O/N camp

Day 7Trek to Deng (1,800m); O/N camp

Day 8 Trek to Namrung (2,660m); O/N camp

Day 9Trek to Samagoan (3,530m); O/N camp

Day 10 Rest day at Samagoan (3,530m)

Day 11Trek to Base Camp (4,800m)

Day 12 - 36Climbing duration

Day 37 Trek to Samagoan (3,530m), O/N camp

Day 38Trek to Larkya La (Pass: 5,100m); O/N camp

Day 39Trek to Bhimdakhti; O/N camp

Day 40 Drive to Kathmandu by bus, O/N hotel

Day 41Free day in Kathmandu, O/N hotel

Day 42Depart Kathmandu

Important Note:

 At ‘Into the Himalaya’ we do not compromise with the safety aspects. Please remember that your Leader has the authority to change or cancel any part of the itinerary incase the situation demands so. As the Expedition revolves around remote areas and engages in  extreme level of altitude, there are chances of variances in weather and circumstances, so we  cannot guarantee that the itinerary will go as planned. However, our team will try it’s very best to keep up with the plan, but please bear with us and be flexible if the situation demands so.