manaslu trekking by Naba

manaslu trekking by Naba
Trekking Guide naba in manaslu Lho village with customer

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Manaslu trekking fix group departure

Manaslu trekking fix group departure

Manaslu trekking fix group departure by the  Manaslu trekking agency Nepal. Manaslu trekking fix group departure for the Special discount Package.Fix group departure mainly in the manaslu trek high season. we collect the group by the inquiry then arranged the fixed group of the Manaslu trek. By departure though the fixed group that will be the budget price of the Manaslu trek Nepal.Ask, Manaslu trek agency Nepal for the inquire if there is a fixed group or no for the Manaslu trip Nepal.   Manaslu trekking fix group departure gives Special discount package tour for the Manaslu trekking Nepal. if your time is not suitable with the Manaslu trekking fix group departure date, we can create the another group or individual Manaslu trekking. Manaslu Peak is the 8th Highest Mountain in the world, standing at 8,163 meters (26,781 ft). The name is translated to “soul” in English and along the trail we get to see glimpses of Manaslu Peak. It is also the best trek for alternative of Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Base Camp Trek.While following the route to Larke La Pass, you have to pass through some of the untouched and unspoiled region of Nepal. Trekking in this area is controlled and special permission is required from Nepal Government.From this trek we clasp with some of the breath-taking scenery  of mountains while experiencing the true meaning of lifestyle in High Altitude.Along the trail we pass through many monasteries, moraines, glacier lakes, fascinating floras and faunas, diversified villages and ethnics. This trek also offers the Tibetan style culture, great mountain views, heart throbbing rivers and extensive forests. Overall. Green City Travel and Tours organized the manaslu trekking fix group departure.

 Outline Itinerary of the Manaslu trek 

 Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu Airport (1345m/4428ft)
Day 2: Drive from Kathamdu to Arughat (640m/2099ft)– 8 hrs- B.L.D
Day 3: Trek from Arughat to Soti Khola (775m/2542ft)- 6 hrs- B.L.D
Day 4: Trek from Soti Khola to Machha Khola (900m/2952ft)- 5/6 hrs- B.L.D
Day 5: Trek from Machha Khola to Jagat (1340m/4396ft)- 5 hrs- B.L.D
Day 6: Trek from Jagat to Deng (1860m/6102ft)- 7 hrs- B.L.D
Day 7: Trek from Deng to Namrung (2630m/8628ft)- 8 hrs- B.L.D
Day 8: Trek from Namrung to Shyala (3200m/10498ft)- 4/5 hrs- B.L.D
Day 9: Trek from Shyala to Sama Gaon (3525m/11564ft)- 2 hrs- B.L.D
Day 10: Trek from Samagaon to Samdo (3800m/12467ft)- 4 hrs- B.L.D
Day 11: Trek from Samdo to Larkya Phedi (4460m/14632ft)- 4/5 hrs- B.L.D
Day 12: Trek from Larkya Phedi to Larkye La Pass (5135m/16847ft)to Bhim Thang (3855m/12647ft)-8 hrs- B.L.D
Day 13: Trek from Bhim Thang to Dharapani (1963m/6440ft)- 8 hrs- B.L.D
Day 14: Trek from Dharapani to Jagat- 7 hrs- B.L.D
Day 15: Trek from Jagat to Besi Sahar (760m/2490ft) & Drive to Kathmandu- B. D
Day 16: Farewell/Departure- B Note meals included:  B.L.D = Bed, Breakfast, and Lunch & Dinner

Itinerary
Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu Airport (1345m/4428ft)
Day 2: Drive from Kathamdu to Arughat (640m/2099ft)– 8 hrs- B.L.D
Day 3: Trek from Arughat to Soti Khola (775m/2542ft)- 6 hrs- B.L.D
Day 4: Trek from Soti Khola to Machha Khola (900m/2952ft)- 5/6 hrs- B.L.D
Day 5: Trek from Machha Khola to Jagat (1340m/4396ft)- 5 hrs- B.L.D
Day 6: Trek from Jagat to Deng (1860m/6102ft)- 7 hrs- B.L.D
Day 7: Trek from Deng to Namrung (2630m/8628ft)- 8 hrs- B.L.D
Day 8: Trek from Namrung to Shyala (3200m/10498ft)- 4/5 hrs- B.L.D
Day 9: Trek from Shyala to Sama Gaon (3525m/11564ft)- 2 hrs- B.L.D
Day 10: Trek from Samagaon to Samdo (3800m/12467ft)- 4 hrs- B.L.D
Day 11: Trek from Samdo to Larkya Phedi (4460m/14632ft)- 4/5 hrs- B.L.D
Day 12: Trek from Larkya Phedi to Larkye La Pass (5135m/16847ft)to Bhim Thang (3855m/12647ft)-8 hrs- B.L.D
Day 13: Trek from Bhim Thang to Dharapani (1963m/6440ft)- 8 hrs- B.L.D
Day 14: Trek from Dharapani to Jagat- 7 hrs- B.L.D
Day 15: Trek from Jagat to Besi Sahar (760m/2490ft) & Drive to Kathmandu- B. D
Day 16: Farewell/Departure- B Note meals included:  B.L.D = Bed, Breakfast, and Lunch & Dinner
What’s included
- All airport pick up and departure
All transportation A/C car, tourist deluxe bus during trips
Three star category hotel in the city in twin sharing bed with breakfast basis & nice trekking lodge during trekking
Whole accommodations during trips
If you need sleeping bag & down-jacket during trek
Full meals during  trekking as mention in the itinerary (Breakfast,Lunch, Dinner ) with tea/coffee
First aid medicine item, T-shirt & Trip achievement certificate
Trekking permit & TIMS card (Trekking Information Management System)
Guide their salary, accommodation, meals and their insurance
One especial cultural show and farewell dinner program
Our government tax official expenses
Porter (for two guest one Sherpa porters to carry baggage)
What’s not included
Whats Excluded 
- Extra meals in the Kathmandu & your personal expenses, bar bills & so on
Tour entrance fees
Clients international air ticket
Clients travel insurance & tips for the trekking crew

News of the Manaslu trekking
23 June, Gorkhabazaar : The Manaslu trekking route that was obstructed due to numerous landslides at different points following the Gorkha Earthquake has been opened from today.
The trekking route was brought into operation after the removal of the landslide debris from Aarught to Philim of Sirdibas VDC. The Nepalese Army Bhairabi Dal Battalion, Gorkha, and the Armed Police Force’s Gorkha Company cleared the rubble and brought the route into use.
The District Natural Disaster Rescue Committee had deployed the Nepalese Army and the Armed Police for the same. It took around one month to resume the trekking route. RSS
GORKHA: The popular Manaslu trekking route in Gorkha, which has remained blocked since the massive earthquake struck Nepal on April 25 last year, will now open for tourists before the Dashain festival.
The District Development Committee (DDC) informed a technical team, comprising District Technical Office engineer Lal Bahadur Gurung and members of the Political Consultation Committee, has been dispatched to reopen the route from Seti area of Thumi to Sardibas VDC before Nepal’s biggest festival starts.
“We have allocated Rs 5 million for reopening the trek route,” said DDC Planning and Administrative Official Satish Kumar Bhattarai adding, “We will use local manual workers to open the route soon.

Manaslu trek without trekking agency

Manaslu trek without trekking agency

Manaslu trek without trekking agency no possible but partially involve the agency to buy the restriction permit then you can arrange guide and porter yourself.By paying the service Charge of the Manaslu restriction trek permit which is generally cost per restriction service Charge $ 100 usd.  Day and night I have a fantastic dream to go Manaslu trekking Nepal. In my mentality I have a fantastic dream to go to the Manaslu trek Nepal. Then, I weaving a plan and see the dream with this. I read many intIn another way I become little bit feel difficulty that there is obligation to take a restriction permit through the agency. Without join the agency allowed or authorized the manaslu trekking permit. Where is the way there is a will, so iam looking the agency who make the permit only taking a service charge and hire a guide.  myself google reviews blog and Wikipedia about this trip. I become happy because this time without tent one can visit this manaslu trek by staying the manaslu tea house visit another part of the Nepal for the manaslu trekking I had a good guide in Nepal who alrady been in the manaslu trek Nepal. . ho become the my guide and which trekking agency Nepal make Manaslu trekking permit so that I could visit there in the budget price. Ay friend of the usa Europe ask me total cost of the manaslu trek and procedure to apply . what is the budget if the package of the manaslu trip. How long it take go to the manaslu trekking and is it difficult to walk there. Aurghat or sotikhola is the starting point of the manaslu trek I had a doubt that some agency start this trip from sotikhola and some are arughat. What is the transpiration of the manaslu trekking , this also my question for this trip. I heard to make only restrication permit it cost $100 usd per person and minimum need two person to go go in Manaslu and other restriction part of the trekking. Kanchenjunga Manaslu Dolpo , upper mustang are the restricting areas of the  first need a restriction permit form the immigration of the Nepal which you get this from the kaliasthan manaslu trekking Nepal wihin two days you will get the manaslu trek perit Nepal. It need a original passport to gt the manaslu trekking perit so only you arrive it is possible. hire local manaslu trek guide who is esspereince about he local environment , culture and short cut way instead of the regular route of the manaslu trek. I also heard in the near future there will be the no more restriction areas according ot eh sentiment of the local people. Is there another way to go to the manaslu trekking beside the arughat and sotikhola. Oh it ight be the good question kathandu o Gorkha by bus which is the old capital of the Nepal and visit the historical museum and palace. From there you see the distance of the manaslu trekking. Then walk to the barpak home stay , larprank and khorlabesi. It is same same time if you go thte manaslu trek via barpak and larprak or arughat. Wht is the per day expenditure in the manaslu trek. Dhat bhat mendu and lodging menu. We don’t need a attached bath or other facility. Like a local People of the manaslu
     , we like to visit this trip. I inspiration of the larkya bazzar and Atrasaya khola. I like to visit the Tibetan village and little bit Tibet boarder because I like to see the tietan People. Is there an experience guide of the manaslu trek Nepal. I could hire if guide have a agency or manage the cheapr permit for me. Samagaon Nepal.  and manaslu base camp is ty my first priority then naturally I pass the larkya la after acclimatization in the samdo and Samagaon. How difficulty physically for the manaslu trek Nepal then other trek in Nepal. Lower part are physically difficult and higher part have lowe level of the oxygen. Lower part of the manaslu make you the physical strong and higher parts makes you habit to walk in the high altitueu trek in Nepal. Dhat bhat cost Rs. 450 to Rs. 600 NPR, Room Cost Rs.  500 NPR. Similarly breakfast cost Rs. 300-450 NPR, lauch cost Rs. 500-700 NPR, Dinner Cost 600 to 1000. Per day Bill per person will be 2000 NPR including the tea house lodge in the Manaslu trek Nepal. Before manaslu trek I been to the Yak kharka which is 2 hours down from the Bhimtang. On the way to the Annauprna circuit trek from Dharapani we did this. We stayed in yakkharka and back to Dhrapani one day walking. Since then, I had great ambition to go the Manaslu circuit and Larkya pass trek. 
Manaslu trek without trekking agency possible or impossible. Many travel forum travelers write they like to go Manaslu trek without trekking agency. without Manaslu permit no possible to manaslu trek. You only get the Manaslu trek with the registered trekking agency. if any agency make you permit as a friendship way of course Manaslu trek without trekking agency. as you know the  earthque knews of the manaslu. Sep 26, 2016-The renowned Masaslu trek route in Gorkha, which remains blocked since the massive earthquake of April 25 last year, will now be reopened. The District Development Committee (DDC) has dispatched a technical team with District Technical Office engineer, Lal Bahadur Gurung, and members of the Political Consultation Committee to reopen the  manaslu route from Seti area of Thumi to Sardibas VDC before the beginning of the Bada Dashain festival.

"We have allocated Rs 5 million for reopening the manaslu  trek route," DDC Planning and Administrative Official, Satish Kumar Bhattarai said, adding "We will use local manual workers to open the manaslu  trek route soon." RS


Manaslu trekking daily budget for food and accommodation

Manaslu trekking daily budget for food and accommodation


Manaslu trekking daily budget for food and accommodation Calculation by the Green city travel and tours for easy estimation the daily budget of the Manaslu trekking. From starting point and end point there are Bus and jeep service to Kathmandu. What is the daily budget of the Manaslu trekking? it is the faq about the Manaslu trekkers.Manaslu trekking rice curry cost Rs. 600 NPR maximum. which is only the high manaslu trekking part.Sleeping tea house cost in Manaslu trekking areas Rs. 500 NPR per night. It is very difficult to get the room in the Dharmashala down  to the Larkya pass so that better to reservation the room soon. Your Manaslu trek guide will be reservation the room in the Manaslu trek areas Nepal. Manaslu trekking daily budet for food and accommodation include the Manaslu trekking package.we also arranged the budget Package of the Manaslu trek then you can get the unique service of the Manaslu trek Nepal. 

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Manaslu trekking without Pacakge

Manaslu trekking without Package

Manaslu trekking without Package managed by the Green city travel and tours. Buying Manaslu trek permit with some service charges and just hire a porter. Manaslu trekking without Package possible after paying the service Charge. Which is the best agency managed manaslu trek without package, if you have same faq question please ask and phone us.Spirit mountain.The Manaslu Circuit Trek is fast gaining popularity as the new jewel in the crown of Himalayan trekkingA mountain panorama photographed on the approach to Larke La Going on trek at the tail end of monsoon season is a double-edged proposition. On one hand, visitors can be assured of the fecundity that follows the weather: lush greenery, thundering waterfalls, and life at its most pristine. On the other hand, there are the landslides and cloudbursts to contend with. And yes, leeches too.Manaslu trek without package means just buy a manaslu permit with trek agency and hire a manaslu trek guide. Manaslu without package extra charges for the Vat and tax , service Charges. Still Manaslu trekkers will be benefit if there is no Package which is limitation of the food and services.extra charge to make a  manaslu trek permit  for the agency then you can hire a guide and pay your food yourself in this way Manaslu trek without Package possible.

The Manaslu Circuit Trek, which actually circumnavigates Manaslu (8,163m), is fast gaining popularity as an alternative to the beaten trails of Everest and Annapurna. It is touted to be the new jewel in the crown of Himalayan trekking and for good reason too.For one, we thoroughly enjoyed the diversity of terrain that we traversed. After a bumpy jeep ride on mud and rock-laden tracks from Dhadingbesi to the start of the trail at Arughat, we hiked valleys with the roaring Budhi Gandaki as a constant companion, through primeval rainforests, before emerging into the barren sub-alpine terrain on the approach to Larke La (5,135m), while in the shadow of Annapurna, Ganesh Himal, and Manaslu.

We also had the opportunity to experience different cultures - the Gurung and Hindu inhabitants who populate the lower altitudes and the Tibetans at the upper reaches of the region. One of the highlights of the trek came when we visited the Lho Ribang Monastery which sits on a hill towering over Lho village. Turns out that we were in time to catch the annual puja, which was presided over by a high-ranking Khenpo (monastic scholar) from Taiwan.As of now, the Manaslu circuit can be done as a tea-house trek, without the need for camping. The state of accommodation, however, runs the gamut from spartan, as is the case with the lodging at Dharmasala just prior to crossing the Larke La, to quaint, colourful cottages at Bhimtang, on the other side of the pass.

Given its clear attraction as a diverse and relatively untouched region, the Manaslu Circuit will certainly not remain a secret for long. Locals predict a growth in the number of visitors and are hedging their bets with a boom in the construction of new lodges and amenities for trekkers. Inevitably, the crowds will follow and intrepid travelers will begin to look elsewhere (the far east, perhaps). For now, it is the Spirit Mountain’s turn to have its time in the spotlight and deservedly so.Manaslu trekking without Package managed by the Green City Travel.

Walking among giants
Two experienced Kathmandu-based adventurers, Sian Prichard-Jones and Bob Gibbons, released a trekking guide this month with the Himalayan Map House. The guidebook, the first of its kind for the region, explores the Manaslu Mountain Circuit and the Tsum Valley trail. Tucked between Langtang and the Annapurnas, many regions of Ganesh Himal and Manaslu Himal have just been opened to outsiders, including the lush and almost otherworldly Tsum Valley.

For those new to the lower Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, or to Himalayan trekking in general, this guidebook will be a useful resource. The guide starts with basic background information to Nepal, including its cultures, customs, religions and holidays. If one wants to plan one’s own journey, the book offers a plethora of services to choose from, each vetted by the authors, as well as logistic information for flights, permits and lodgings. More than a brief overview, the background and logistics information is everything an inexperienced trekker would need.

The 'routes' section of the guide, by far the book’s biggest asset, offers a day-by-day, almost hour-by-hour, description of what one’s experience on the trail will be. As the title of the book suggests, the book gives a day-by-day for both the Manaslu circuit and the Tsum Valley, including several variations. Instead of finding out as he goes along, the trekker will know how many ascents and descents to expect, locations for water and food, and otherwise hidden gems to look out for. Each trek offers its own technical challenges, accommodation difficulties and majestic splendours, and the authors give them each good treatment.

The guide delves into an impressive level of detail when discussing suggested diversions to the trail, culled with the help of locals Sonam Lama and Lopsang Chhiring Lama. Advice such as “the older bridge will lead to an easier ascent,” or, “look for Lama Sherap at the Gonhgye monastery, who speaks good English,” ensures that one won’t have to backtrack or get lost in the pursuit of these necessary ‘side-tracks’. The sheer number of them suggests a rich experience for the traveller, even after several visits.

The book is a pleasurable read, even before one sets off, and will prove useful during one’s trek. Funny, though admittedly corny, lines, such as, “I saw the lodge on the edge of the cliff; good thing I didn’t wake up with a hangover!” add a bit of levity just as one’s legs are about to give out. All-in-all, the book’s charm doesn’t take away from its utility and one’s trek will surely be complimented by it.

For two routes gaining in popularity, and in a region so close to Kathmandu, this guide is a must for any trekker, initiated or uninitiated to the region.