Manaslu Circuit & Throng La Pass Trek - 24 Days

A Buddhist Monk Watching Himalayan Views

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Trip Duration

24 Days

Max Altitude

5416 m



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Manaslu Circuit & Throng La Pass Trek Overview

Manaslu Circuit with Thorong La Pass Trek Over View

The Manaslu Circuit with Thorong La Pass Trek is one of the best adventures that combines a part of the Manaslu Circuit and the Annapurna Circuit Routes. This amazing trekking journey is also called Manaslu two passes trek as it includes the crossing of the two high mountain passes of Larkye La Pass at 5160 meters and the famous Thorong La Pass at 5416 meters.

This 24-day adventurous journey is a great combination of aesthetic, scenic, and cultural attractions. High mountain lakes, spectacular waterfalls, secret sacred shrines, and an amazing culture are all parts of this trip. You will through various biospheres from subtropical jungle to the high, extremely dry terrain that mimics the Tibetan Plateau.

The Manaslu Circuit Thorong La Pass Trek also takes you past the Kali Gandaki Gorge, the deepest gorge in the world and through the secluded and scenic valley of Manang village, and then to the mystical destination of Muktinath.

This trekking journey tests your patience and rewards you with the best of challenge, diversity, and beauty. It offers a lush landscape and its arid nature, a close-up view of the lofty Himalayas, influences of Hinduism at lower altitudes and Buddhism at higher altitudes, and diverse vegetation, flora, and fauna. 

Highlights of Manaslu Circuit and Throng La Pass Around the Circle

  • Trek to the vicinity of the 8th Highest Mountain in the world - Manaslu
  • Walk through the high alpine valley with distinctive Tibetan villages and fine monasteries.
  • Imposing view of Annapurna Massif comprising Annapurna I - IV, Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchre, Manaslu, Gangapurna, Tilicho Peak, and so on.
  • Traverse through the Larkye La Pass at 5160 meters altitude 
  • Cross World Highest Trekking Pass namely Thorong La Pass at 5,416m
  • Famous Hindu temple Muktinath Temple and mouthwatering River view of Kaligandaki

Manaslu Circuit with Thorong La Pass Trek Difficulty 

The Manaslu Circuit with Thorong La Pass Trek, which starts at 900 meters above sea level and ascends to 5416 meters, is regarded as a moderately challenging trek. However, prior hiking or mountaineering expertise is not required. It simply requires that you be in decent physical and mental shape and be able to hike for 4-6 hours through mountainous terrain with a daypack.

You will be passing through two high mountain passes above 5000 meters, one at Larkya La Pass, which is 5106 meters, and another at Thorong La Pass at 5,416m which is also the highest height you reach during this trip. On the day of crossing the pass, you have to start very early in the morning which could also be the hardest part of this trek. So, prior to your trek, working to improve your stamina and endurance will be essential to the success of this trekking journey.

Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) could be one of the challenging factors in this trek as mountain sickness often begins above 3500m. We have designed the itinerary with required acclimatization days to avoid AMS but we advise you to maintain your body hydrated, get enough sleep, and refrain from stress for your own prevention. Diamox is an additional option (medication for AMS). Please let your guide know about any symptoms you observe as soon as possible. 

Best Time to do Manaslu Circuit with Thorong La Pass Trek

Both the Manaslu and Annapurna regions have four distinct seasons: Spring, summer, autumn, and winter. Each of these has a three-month lifespan. And each season along with each month has its own unique perspective. 

While planning a trekking journey, trekkers need to have knowledge about the best and the right time according to purpose since the best experience comes with the best time. And, the spring and autumn seasons are considered the best time to get the best experience of the Manaslu Circuit with Thorong La Pass Trek.

Spring in Nepal starts in March and it might start a bit late in the higher regions. With the end of the harsh winter, the trekking routes are once again filled with colorful and lush vegetation. The days are warm and clear perfect to enjoy the views of the mountains and the surroundings. The weather is stable and the temperature is pleasant during the spring making your Manaslu Circuit with Thorong La Pass Trek successful without hurdles.

Autumn aka fall starts in September/mid-September and is another shoulder season for Manaslu Circuit with Thorong La Pass Trek as the weather and the temperatures are stable and pleasant. The autumn breeze, vegetation, and views along with the festive mood make the trek more enjoyable.

Summer and winter are the off-seasons for most of the treks including Manaslu Circuit with Thorong La Pass Trek.

Summer is also the monsoon season in Nepal bringing heavy rainfall, especially in July and August. The rainfall makes the trekking trail wet, and slick with the chances of landslides and mudslides. The views are also obstructed by clouds and fog. The teahouses in the higher regions are also closed temporarily making the trek difficult.

Winter is harsh at the higher altitude which is why it is not a recommended season for the trek. The trials will be blocked by the snow, especially at the Larkye La and Thorong La making the trek impossible. The teahouses are also temporarily shut down. However, if you want to go trekking in winter, December will be a good time with bright sunny and long enough days. But, be prepared for the chilly to freezing nights.

Permits to do Manaslu  Circuit with Thorong La Pass Trek

Trekkers need to obtain the following permits to do the Manaslu Circuit Thorong La Pass Trek.

  1. MCAP (Manaslu Conservation Area Project) Permit
  2. ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area Project) Permit
  3. TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System) 

Note: All these permit costs are included in this package.

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Itinerary Details

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu
30 Min Drive to Hotel
Max Altitude: 1350 M

One of the Himalayan Trekkers’ representatives will meet you when you arrive at Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport and take you to the specified hotel. After that, we'll have a brief chat about your Manaslu Circuit Thorong La Pass Trek. In addition, if you arrive on schedule or before sunset, we'll wander around Thamel Bazaar which is the biggest tourist hub in Nepal. You can also discover a few temples and monuments on the corners of Thamel Street. 

Accommodation: Standard Hotel in KTM
Day 2: Kathmandu Sightseeing & Trek Preparation
Full Day in KTM
Max Altitude: 1350 M

After a hearty breakfast, we will start your guided tour of Kathmandu at Boudhanath Stupa, the largest stupa in Nepal. It is one of Kathmandu's seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which was included in the list in 1979. Boudhanath is a symbol of Tibetan Buddhism, and the neighborhood is often called Little Tibet. One of the largest structures in the world, the stupa is renowned for its beauty, serenity, and spirituality. Both domestic and foreign tourists adore this location.

We will drive to the revered Hindu landmark known as Pashupatinath Temple after performing a kora (holy circuit) of the enormous Boudhanath Stupa. The main temple in the complex is devoted to Lord Shiva, making it one of the four most important Hindu monuments in the world. While non-Hindus are not permitted in the main shrine, they are welcome to explore the other areas of the complex. On the banks of the revered Bagmati River, you may also witness the Hindu tradition of open-air cremation.

After visiting these two important locations, we head back to Thamel where, if you're joining the group, you'll meet your trekking guide and your fellow trekkers. After that, you can use the rest of the day to prepare for the journey and go through your equipment. You can stroll around the Thamel market and do last-minute purchasing, where you can get everything needed for hikes, climbs, and other outdoor activities.

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Standard Hotel in KTM
Day 3: Drive to Soti Khola
8 Hours Drive
Max Altitude: 720 M

We will drive down from Kathmandu to Arughat which is almost a 7 hours journey and further 1 hour we will reach Soti Khola for our overnight stay. The driving route offers picturesque views of terraced fields, lush hills, and infrequent glimpses of Himalayan peaks like Annapurna, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, and Langtang Himal. Once in Arughat, we will continue by a local jeep to Soti Khola, passing through various Gurung and Magar communities, terraced farms, and stunning waterfalls.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 4: Trek to Machha Khola
6 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 900 M

Today is the first day of the walk as we move north along the Budi Gandaki River. We will walk past small settlements and across the hill until we reach a spot where the valley widens considerably and from where you can see a big tributary of Budi Gandaki meeting it on the opposite side. Walking on we will reach Lapubesi. From here we will continue uphill for a couple of hours and reach Machha Khola for an overnight stay.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 5: Trek to Jagat
7 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 1340 M

Today's journey will be considerably more challenging than yesterday's due to the route's ups and downs. Following the trek along Tharo Khola, we will move from Machha Khola to Khorlabesi, a charming Gurung settlement. After a short, steep ascent, we will next reach Tatopani, a natural hot spring location. After a short walk, we will reach a small forest and cross it to reach Doban. Another couple of hours from Doban will take us to the fields of Jagat, the destination for the day. 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 6: Trek to Deng
6/7 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 1860 M

Our day begins with climbing a rocky ridge to Salleri and descends to Sirdibas. The valley extends a little bit as the trail goes up to Ghatte Khola. We walk further to a long suspension bridge in Philim, a huge Gurung settlement. After that, the trail diverts towards the north just above the lowest house in the village and stays within the same level as it crosses millet fields to Ekle Bhatti. After that, the trail enters a steep and uninhabited gorge. From this spot, we walk down to the grassy land slopes, cross the Budi Gandaki and then trek along the west bank for a while, then cross to the east bank. As we follow the riverbank, the narrow track that leads down the valley becomes visible. We will next proceed to Deng Khola by way of bamboo groves. We cross the river and arrive at Deng.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 7: Trek to Namrung
7 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 2630 M

After breakfast, we will start walking across one of the most impressive valleys today. We will walk past the village of lama where we can see numerous Mani walls, Shringi Himal, and varieties of the landscape. While enjoying the view we will enter one of the sections of the Great Himalayan Trail (GHT) renowned as Rana Gaon and from Rana Gaon, we come to Bihi where we can find two routes one route to Ghap and next to Prok. From this point, we can see the mouth-watering view of Shringi Himal.

Then, as we move through a forest of firs, oaks, and rhododendrons, we cross the river several times. We finally climb a challenging gradient to reach Namrung. Namrung hamlet offers breathtaking views of the peaks Singri Himal, Ganesh Himal, and Mount Himchuli.

Note: Namrung has some of the greatest teahouses, eateries, and lodgings with Wi-Fi services along this Manaslu Circuit Trek route. 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 8: Trek to Sama Gaon
7 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 3520 M

Today most of the walk will be through the Alpine territory. We can have beautiful vistas of the mountains and after crossing the Buri Gandaki we reach the spot where you need to take a permit to continue forward. We will continue to climb up until we reach a quaint Tibetan village of Sho, 3000m above sea level. From here we get to see a glimpse of Manaslu North and Manaslu. Continuing ahead for around one hour from Sho, we reach Lho, another beautiful Tibetan village at the height of 3180 m above sea level, where we can see lots of Mani walls, monasteries, and small chorten.

Leaving the Lho village behind, we continue to walk on the right bank of the river, with views of Peak 29 ahead. As we continue on the main trail, we soon reach the fields of Sama Gaon where we end the day’s trek.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 9: Acclimatization in Sama Gaon (Opt. Hike to Manaslu Base Camp/Pungyen Gompa)
Full Day
Max Altitude: 3520 M

Today is a free day for rest so that you get acclimatized. We have two hiking alternatives for today. We can either explore the nearby Birendra Lake and hike to Manaslu Base Camp, which is north of Sama village, or hike to Pungyen Gompa, a historic monastery with a breathtaking view of the glacier. Once you get to either of these two locations, you will be rewarded with breathtaking views of Manaslu. We can also encounter some Yaks and Thars from the Himalayas grazing nearby or on the way.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 10: Trek to Samdo
3 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 3860 M

We leave Sama Gaon after breakfast and proceed for a short 3 hours trek to Samdo Gaon. It is a simple and easy trail on a shelf above the river passing the juniper and birch of the forests of Kermo Kharka. Similarly, we drop off the shelf and cross the Budi Gandaki on an adventurous wooden bridge, and ascend onto a cape between two divisions of the river. Furthermore, from a stone curve, we can view a huge white Kani. Ultimately, we pass through the Kani to reach Samdo.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 11: Trek to Dharamsala /Larke Phedi
5 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 44460 M

We start the journey by walking down the edge by crossing the wooden bridge over the Budi Gandaki River and ascending. After crossing two streams and seeing the magnificent Larkya Glacier we go around the valley of Salka Khola and ascend to the stone guest house (4450m), which is not a lodge but a type of shelter known as Dharamsala also popular as Larke Phedi. 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 12: Trek to Larke La Pass & Descend to Bhimtang
8 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 3590 M

Larke La Pass at 5160 meters altitude is one of our ultimate and most awaited destinations of this Manaslu Circuit with Thorong La Pass Trek. As the journey today will be long and strenuous, we will start our day early in the morning and start walking uphill to reach the north side of the Larkya Glaciers.

Larke La Pass is the longest mountain pass in Nepal which offers an impressive view of the imposing Cho Danda and Larkya Peak. We can also enjoy the views of Himlung Himal, Cheo Himal, Kanggaru, Namjung, Ratna Chului, Lamjung, and of course Manaslu with the mighty Annapurna II. This mouthwatering view of the Himalayan range with other natural beauty makes us feel as if we conquer the world and are in heaven.

Crossing the pass, we walk across the glacier and descend slowly to the valley trail. Further on, a moraine ridge path leads to Bhimthang for an overnight stay.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 13: Trek to Dharapani
6/7 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 1960 M

From Bhimtang, we can see the great and mouthwatering view of Lamjung Himal, Himlung Himal, Mt. Manaslu, and Cheo Himal. We walk down and cross the high pasture (Sangure Kharka) by a bridge over a Dudh Khola. We walk through a rhododendron forest and follow a trail through a tiny valley until we reach the elevated cultivated land of the valley at Karche (2785m). We walk across the fields before climbing a ridge. The path comes off the ridge in a huge comprehensive curve to the river bank at 2580m. From here, a short distance beyond is the Gho village. Then, we trek until we reach Tilije for the overnight stay. 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 14: Trek to Chame
5/6 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 2710 M

Today we will join the Annapurna Circuit trail. We will approach the Karche La pass, and just ahead is a green and heavily forested valley, which drops down to the distant Marshyangdi River. After a while, we will arrive at Bagarchhap, a quaint and serene Tibetan village with prayer flags fluttering in the wind. From here, we will start our trek through pine and oak forests and pass through Dhanakyu. After crossing the steep incline we will continue through the Rhododendron forest to Ratamron. 

After a couple of hours of trekking through the forest area, we will reach a small hamlet of Kotho. From here you can see the magnificent and majestic Annapurna II - a sight convincing us that we are deep in the Himalayan Mountains. Then we walk for nearly fifteen minutes and reach a fir and pine forest. At the other end of the forest lies the village of Chame, our destination for spending the night.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 15: Trek to Upper Pisang
6/7 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 3300 M

We wake up to a beautiful sun rising over the Lamjung Himal [6893m] and head towards Pisang which is our final destination for the day. In this patch of the trek, we will walk through the terraced barley fields, cross over mountain passes, and enjoy the sight of the apple orchards, approach small mountain hamlets until we reach Bhartang. We quickly come over a bridge that takes us through pine forests and up the steep Dhukur Pokhari hill. Continuing on the same trail, with splendid views of Annapurna II for the company we will traverse for 3 hours and arrive at the village of Pisang. In the evening, we will visit the local monastery in the village to end the day. 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 16: Trek to Manang
4/5 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 3540 M

After breakfast, we leave Pisang settlement and proceed towards Manang village of Gurung people. The first part of the trek takes us through incredibly fragrant pine forests where we can breathe in the fresh mountain air. We will have a beautiful view of the Manang valley and the Tilicho peak (7,132m) as we come down from Manang’s airstrip. After a while, we will reach the spot from where we can clearly see the northeast face of Annapurna III. 

Walking further down through the Sabje Khola Valley you can see the imposing Annapurna IV which stands at 7,525 m above sea level. Crossing a wooden bridge built on the Marshyangdi Khola we enter the village of Mungji. From Mungi, we will switch to the upper trail to travel to Ngawal and to Manang.  This path also offers stunning views of the Annapurna, Gangapurna, and Pisang peaks. 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 17: Acclimatization Day in Manang
Full Day in Manang
Max Altitude: 3540 M

We do have a whole day off today after breakfast, so we may spend it acclimating in the village of Manang where there is so much to see. We can visit the Himalayan Rescue Association with your guide and take a tour of Bhojo Gumba for more information on the high-altitude illness. Another option can be a short hiking trip to Gangapurna Lake or the Milarepa cave. We might also go on a strenuous day hike from Manang to Ice Lake today.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 18: Trek to Yak Kharka
4 Hours walk
Max Altitude: 4000 M

From Manang village, the path crosses a stream and ascends to the village of Tenki above Manang, and then continues to ascend out of the Marshyangdi Valley turning northwest up the valley of Jarsang Khola. The path then follows this valley northward, passing a few pastures and Juniper trees as it gains elevation. Furthermore, the trail passes through a small village with flat mud roofs just below the trailhead. Now the path moves through the meadows where horses and Yaks graze. After crossing a small river on a wooden bridge, the trail enters an ancient Old Mani wall in an enjoyable meadow and then reaches another small village renowned as Yak Kharka.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 19: Trek to Thorong Phedi
3/4 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 4500 M

After breakfast at the teahouse in Manang, we will start to move a little more slowly to the settlement of Thorong Phedi. After walking for some time from Manang, we cross a suspension bridge and reach the Letdar village. We ascent along the Jorsang Khola's east bank while admiring the surrounding, snow-capped mountains such as Mt. Gundang, Mt. Syagang, Thorong Peak, and Mt. Khatungkan. Furthermore, we walk and pass through soaring cliffs before we reach Thorang Phedi, the last village before Thorang La Pass. 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 20: Trek to Thorong La Pass & Descend to Muktinath
7/8 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 3800 M

Today is also one of the most significant days of the trek as we will approach the highest trekking pass in the world namely Thorong La Pass at 5416 meters.

As the afternoon wind at the pass is wild, we will start very early, before dawn. The climb from Manang to Thorong La Pass is one of the most arduous trails. It is very steep but well defined and easy to track as it has been used by the villagers for centuries now. The walk is uphill and backbreaking for the next four hours until we reach a spot that has prayer flags and a small stupa/chorten. The tiredness from the uphill trek just vanishes once we see the majestic snow-capped mountains, the rolling hills of Mustang, and the Valley of Kaligandaki. 

After a brief halt at the pass to click pictures and create memories, we start the downhill journey to Muktinath. We will cross the Jhong Khola Valley to reach Muktinath, a popular pilgrimage in the Himalayan region for followers of both Hinduism and Buddhism. If time permits, we can visit the temple and take a short stroll around the village. 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 21: Trek to Jomsom
5 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 2720 M

We make our morning exploration of the temple where the pilgrims and devotees visit and worship here from dawn. It is said that bathing at the 108 bronze spigots inside the temple will undo your sins. Then after breakfast, our downhill trek begins. We first reach Jharkot and Kingar after a gradual descent. This place has beautiful monasteries signifying the interrelation and similarity of both the cultures i.e. Nepal and Tibet. The view of Dhaulagiri and Nilgiri is simply splendid throughout the trail. As the last phase of the trek, we will walk past Kagbeni to reach Jomsom along the banks of Kali Gandaki River. We can spend some time looking around the town. Jomsom is a lovely town that is also the headquarters of the Mustang district and the former Trans-Himalayan Salt Trade Route to Tibet. 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Day 22: Fly to Pokhara & Stay In Pokhara
20 Minutes Flight & Transfer to Hotel
Max Altitude: 850 M

Since Jomsom lies in the mountainous region so there is always an early flight to Pokhara as in the morning the days are clear and also the flight duration is about 20 minutes. 
Similarly, Pokhara is also known as the “city of Lake” and is one of the most popular places for foreigners after Kathmandu. There are lots of interesting things to see in Pokhara. So once you are in Pokhara, we don’t miss visiting the popular landmarks of Pokhara. We will explore its famous and important landmarks such as Davis Falls, Mahendra Gufa, Gupteshower Mahadev Cave, Bindyabasini Temple, and International Mountain Museum. 

You will also get to do boating in Nepal’s second biggest lake, Phewa Lake while also enjoying the views of the Himalayas and surroundings. We will also visit the famous Tal Barahi Temple in the middle of the Phewa Lake by boating. 

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Standard Hotel in Pokhara
Day 23: Drive to Kathmandu
7 Hours Drive
Max Altitude: 1350 M

Leaving Pokhara, we will go for the drive to Kathmandu. The drive will be scenic and you will get the opportunity to experience the highway of Nepal. We traverse along the lush green hills and gushing river waters, pass by many small villages and towns, and enjoy the Himalayan peak views and terraced farms. 

Once in Kathmandu and your rest in the hotel, you can stroll around the Thamel market where you can buy some handcrafts or paintings as mementos or souvenirs for your friends and family. In the evening, we will dine in at a fine Nepali restaurant where we will get to enjoy delicious Nepali cuisine and watch the cultural program organized by them. 

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Standard Hotel in KTM
Day 24: Departure from Kathmandu
30 Min Drive to Airport

As your Manaslu Circuit Thorong La Pass Trek journeys have concluded, we will transfer you to the airport after breakfast or 3 hours prior to your scheduled flight back to your home country.

Meals: Breakfast

What is included / not included


  • Airport/Hotel Transfers by Private Vehicle
  • All Ground Transfers in a Private vehicle in Kathmandu 
  • Twin/ Double Sharing Basis 3* Standard Category Accommodations in Kathmandu
  • Daily Breakfast in Kathmandu
  • Guided City Tour in Kathmandu 
  • Heritage and Monuments Entrance Fees
  • Kathmandu –  Soti Khola & Pokhara – Kathmandu Transfers 
  • Domestic Airfare (Jomsom – Pokhara) 
  • Best available local Teahouse/Lodges/Guesthouses accommodation during the trek
  • Meals - Breakfast Lunch & Dinner During the Trek
  • An Experienced English Speaking Trekking Guide and Require Number of Porters as per group size
  • All Wages, Salary, Equipment for Guide and Supporting Crew
  • TIMS 
  • Manaslu Conservation Fees
  • Annapurna Conservation Fees
  • Special(Protected) Immigration Permit for Manaslu Circuit Trek
  • Welcome/Farewell Dinner
  • All Taxes


  • International Airfare & Departure taxes
  • Nepal Visa Fees
  • Lunch and dinner whilst in Kathmandu
  • Travel Insurance
  • Personal expenses such as phone calls, laundry, hot showers, internet, etc.
  • Any bar/beverage bills (alcoholic/non-alcoholic/soft drinks)
  • Personal trekking equipment
  • Tips for trekking staff and driver
  • Expenses are caused by unforeseen expenses such as bad weather, natural disasters, political issues, etc. 
  • Any other expense not mentioned in the Includes section


Accommodations During Manaslu Circuit Thorong La Pass Trek

Himalayan Trekkers’ standard choice of accommodations in the cities like Kathmandu and Pokhara is 3* standard category hotels/resorts on a twin/double sharing basis. However, you can upgrade the hotel standard and room supplementary as per your interest and budget. 

But for the lodgings in the trekking regions in Nepal, you will have no other choice than to spend the nights at the available trekking lodges and tea houses with basic services. The rooms will be on twin sharing basis with minimal furniture, the bathroom will be traditional and communal. Few lodges and guesthouses in the lower region have private bathroom and hot shower services but as you climb higher and higher the services become narrower. 

Similarly, your accommodations during the Manaslu Circuit Thorong La Pass Trek will be teahouses on a twin-sharing basis. As the Thorong La Pass Trek route is more popular than the Manaslu Circuit, the accommodation services in the Thorong La Pass Trek route are better than the Manaslu Circuit. Hence, you can opt. for the single supplementary in the lodges in Jomsom and Muktinath at an extra cost and if available. Most of the teahouses in Jomsom and Muktinath also have attached bathrooms, provide hot showers, and have an internet connection. 

Meals During Manaslu Circuit Thorong La Pass Trek

All meals (breakfast, lunch & dinner) are offered in this Manaslu Circuit Thorong La Pass Trek package except in Kathmandu and Pokhara. We do not include lunches and dinners in cities like Kathmandu and Pokhara because these cities have a wide range of places to dine in accordingly to your taste and budget. 

During the trekking days, dinner and breakfast are served in the same location where we spend the night each day. And we eat our lunch on the way to the destination at a tea house en route. The food will be available according to the menu of those teahouses and lodges. Dal Bhat (rice & lentil soup with side vegetables) combination will be the most served item along with local Tibetan foods as we get higher in the Manaslu Circuit while you will have more options once you are in the Annapurna region.

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