Manaslu Circuit Budget Trek Overview
The Manaslu Circuit is a famed adventure trek in Nepal's pristine territory, located in the west-central part of the country. It is a renowned and spectacular trek destination that requires special authorization to organize.
Trekking in the Manaslu region is only accessible through government-registered trekking agencies and requires a minimum of two individuals. After a Japanese crew made the strenuous expedition to the summit of Manaslu in 1956, Manaslu Circuit Trek has been promoted all over the world.
Hiking around Mt. Manaslu (8,156 m), the world's eighth highest mountain is the main theme of Manaslu Circuit Budget Trek. The entire circuit is 126 km (80 m) from start to finish.
Manaslu Circuit Budget Trek route passes through spectacular natural beauty and incredible environment on its way from lowland to highland, earning it the title of Nepal's pristine trekking trail. This is a blend of adventure testing and the capacity to live in a particular culture. Tibet's century-old culture, people's daily lives, beliefs, uncommon fauna and vegetation, monasteries, chortens, Mane walls, and mountain beauty will make your trek unforgettable.
The Larkya La Pass (5,160m) is the most important part of the trek, and the glacier, lakes, and gorgeous natural surroundings make it even more delightful.
This Budget Manaslu Circuit Trek is designed for those trekkers, who wish to be a part of Nepal's remote, pristine, adventurous, and less explored trekking destinations with less expense. Like 16 Days Manaslu Circuit Trek, this inexpensive trekking package can also be customized in terms of the itinerary and many other features, depending on your needs, availability, and timing.
- Short 14 Days including arrival and departure
- The best view of mesmerizing Mount Manaslu, the 8th highest mountain in the world.
- In the local villages, you can see a mix of Nepalese and Tibetan traditions.
- Hike to the highest point of the Manaslu hike, Larkya La Pass.
- Along the trekking track, you'll come across a variety of untouched habitats.
- Get magical views of Himalayan peaks & Annapurna Massif counting with Mt. Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Simrang, Hiunchuli, Larkye Peak, and Ngadi.
- Explore monasteries, nunneries, Chortens, and other Buddhist traditions including Rachen Gompa (3,700 m) and Mu Gompa (3,240 m).
Best Season For Manaslu Circuit Budget Trek
Manaslu Circuit Budget Trek can be done in every season of the year.
Autumn and Spring are the best seasons for trekking in the Himalayas. Almost all trekkers and climbers prefer this time of year for their Himalayan adventures. The weather will be very pleasant, fresh, and ideal during these seasons.
Along the walk, trekkers can observe the clear blue sky, rich green forest, and blooming flowers, hear the sound of birds, and see waterfalls and cascades. In these seasons, travelers get spectacular views of Himalayan mountain peaks. Not only trekkers but also photographers, visit the Himalayan region during these two seasons in order to capture the perfect image of nature.
Winter will be chilly, and there will be plenty of snow in the Himalayan region. Trekking in the winter, on the other hand, is an unforgettable experience that everyone should have. During the winter, the trail will be less crowded and more tranquil. Your heart will melt and your spirit will be captured by the mesmerizing view of the snowcapped mountain peak. Wear warm clothing to be safe from the cold and chilly weather.
Summer and monsoon seasons collide, resulting in hot, sunny days and rain. As a result, the track may be muddy and slippery; therefore, trekking shoes are recommended. Trekkers will need to wear waterproof jackets and tracks. Aside from that, after the rains end, these seasons provide a refreshing atmosphere with wonderful washed and clear views of the valley, mountain peaks, and forest.
Trekking in the Himalayan regions in Nepal is never an easy thing. Travelers might have to face difficulties during the journey to the higher altitudes depending upon various aspects. Manaslu Circuit Budget Trek is considered one of the most strenuous treks in Nepal that takes you through the off-the-beaten track.
One should consider the distance, altitude, and weather conditions when determining the difficulty level of the Manaslu Circuit Economic Trek. On our 14-day journey, you'll walk for 10 days, covering an average distance of 15-20 km per day and an average walking time of 6/7 hours. And, the highest point you will reach during this trek is 5106 meters above sea level at a beautiful pass, Larke La.
Manaslu Circuit Trek can be accomplished by anyone with a basic level of fitness and determination. Although no prior experience is required for the adventure, it would be advantageous if they did. You can attend mountain trekking-specific training courses or plan daily lengthy walks (uphill and downhill). The goal is to build up your stamina and prepare for the altitude.
Manaslu Circuit Budget Trek Permits
Manaslu Region is a restricted area, so exploring this region need some of the permits and they are given below:
- Special Restricted Area Permit (Manaslu RAP) It will cost USD 100 from September to November for seven days and after seven days add USD 15 per day per person. And from September to November for the first seven days, the cost will be USD 75 per person, with an extra USD 10 per person each day starting on the eighth day.
- Manaslu Conservation Area Project (MCAP Permit) – USD 30 per person
- Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP Permit) – USD 30 per person