Most probably, many tourists are planning to visit Nepal as soon as the Covid-19 pandemic is over or tourists may also come to Nepal if all safety measures are ensured so as to avert any miscalculated phenomenon while in Nepal.
Nepal as you know is fully endowed with many mountains and hills which are befitting for trekking activities. Of multifarious descriptions of trekking routes and opportunities advertized in Nepal, the Manaslu Circuit Trek could be one of the most enchanting treks for you.
It may take around 13 to 18 days to complete this trek as this trekking journey entails the individual trekkers’ trek around the world’s eight highest mountains (above 8000 meters high mountains of Nepal).
The Manaslu Circuit trek begins in the busy market of Soti Khola and goes up and back along a different path that subsequently ends in Syanja.
This trek in Nepal uniquely offers you a rare chance to engage in and enjoy the most exciting or jaw-dropping scenery of the Manaslu region.
Many trekkers have preferred the Manaslu Circuit trek rather than the Annapurna. It will take around 8-9 hours from Kathmandu to Soti Khola and then a return drive from Syanja to Kathmandu in around 7-8 hours.
The trek ascent takes nearly 9 days which includes two full days for rest and acclimatization. The trek offers you the rare opportunity to gaze at fascinating panoramic glimpses of Himlung Himal, Cheo Himal, Kang Guru, and Annapurna.
General Schedule of the trek:
Day 1 and 2: Arrival in Kathmandu and preparation
Day 3: 8 hours drive to Soti Khola
Day 4-8: Trekking around the Manaslu circuit
Day 9: Rest and acclimatization
Day 10: Trek to Samdo 3860m
Day 11: Rest and acclimatization
Day 12-16: trekking onwards Syanja
Day 17: Drive back to Kathmandu
Day 18: Departure for home country
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