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Mt. Manaslu Expedition

Manaslu Himalayan Peak the eighth highest peak in the world with the altitude of 8163 meters also known as Kutang. It lays at the most scheduled Himalayan Valley in the central-western Nepal at the edge. It is one of the alternatives Mountain Expedition of Mt Cho Oyu from Tibet, which seems easy and interesting even other than nine 8000m Expeditions in Nepal.

  • Mt. Manaslu Expedition
  • Mt. Manaslu Expedition

Some experienced mountaineers used to say that Manaslu Expedition is even better experience than Cho Oyu for mountaineering training to become accustomed to Mt. Everest Expedition to their next trip.

At least six different routes to Manaslu Expedition exist today of which the south face is the most challenging in climbing history. The Manaslu climbing route follows a relatively straightforward line to the summit, which has few technical sections. Normally, four camps are set up during Manaslu climbing after Advanced Base Camp. After Manaslu Base Camp, climbers has to bear a few stretches of steep climbing and crevasses from Camp I to Camp II, slippery snow climbing is required from Camp II to Camp III and possibility of facing avalanches from Camp III to Camp IV during the attempts. As per record, the first attempt to Manaslu was made in 1953 by a Japanese team from the Budhi Gandaki Valley, however, it was unsuccessful and the first ascent had succeeded only in 1956. Since then it has been facing series of success and failure stories for approaching to the summit.

Mt. Manaslu with its long ridges and valley glaciers, which provide feasible approaches from all directions culminating in a peak that towers steeply above its surrounding landscape, is going to be the best choice of Himalayan climbers in next autumn. Since, the Mountaineering Association of Tibet is unable to provide the permits and visas to the climbers in autumn 2012 for Cho Oyu, Shishapangma and North Side Everest.







Welcome at Kathmandu airport and transfer to your Hotel

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Kathmandu for official procedure and necessary arrangements


Drive to Gorkha/Arughat Bazar


Trek to Lapubesi


Trek to Machakhola


Trek to Jagat


Trek to Deng


Trek to Namrung


Trek to Lho or Sela Gompa


Trek to Sama


Trek to Manaslu Base Camp

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Climbing Period- Mt. Manaslu


Clean up Base Camp


Trek to Sama


Trek to Nyak


Trek to Jagat


Trek to Machakhola


Trek to Arkhet


Drive back to Gorkha


Drive to Kathmandu


In Kathmandu


Departure to your destination

Groups Size

2-3 Pax

4-5 Pax


Cost Per Person

US$ 7500

US$ 6800

US$ 6400



Nepali Climbing Guide if required: US$ 3900 ( Summit Bonus : US$ 1000)

Cost Includes:

Service in Kathmandu: airport transfers on arrival/departure, Cargo custom clearance, all Official paper work & other necessary arrangement related to expedition.

Liaison Officer: Equipment allowance, daily allowance, transport & insurance for liaison officer.

Staff: 1 Liaison officer, 1 Cook, necessary number of porters.

Transport: Private vehicle for Transfers.

Accommodation/ Meals on trek & at BC: Full camping service, (Camping equipment at BC tent for Liaison Officer, Staff, dinning tent, kitchen tent, toilet tent, cooking utensils, fuel.

Fees: Climbing Permit/ Conservation Fees for member, equipment/daily allowances for 1 Liaison Officer, 1 cook, kitchen boy, porters wages, Insurance for Liaison officer, staff, porters, all custom duties, custom deposit, garbage deposit.

Communication/Medical Equipment: 1 Thuraya satellite phone, 1 sets of oxygen mask & 1 bottles of oxygen for emergency purpose. Medical kit.


Cost does not include:

Services Above Base Camp. Lunch/dinner in Kathmandu, beverages, airport taxes, satellite phone scratch cards or any fee for phone, International flight, Cargo charges, visa extension fees, rescue evacuation, extra road transport/ flight cost incase member returns earlier, any donation or extra fees.