Manaslu Annapurna Circuit Trek

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  • Duration23 Days
  • Difficulty Level Strenuous
  • Activity Trekking/hiking
  • Max. Altitude 5416 m/17769 ft.
  • Starts Machhakhola
  • Ends Pokhara
  • Group Size 2-20
  • Best Season March to May & September to November
Group Discount Prices
2 paxUS$1290
3 - 6 paxUS$1190
7 - 12 paxUS$1145
13 - 20 paxUS$1095
Manaslu Annapurna Circuit Trek Highlights
  • The opportunity to combine two once-in-a-lifetime Himalayan Mountain treks
  • Full immersion in nature; endless waterfalls, panoramic mountain views, rivers, yak pastures, and lush forests
  • Two high mountain passes, including Larkya La (5106 m/16752 ft) and Thorong La (5416 m/17769 ft),
  • Walking amidst majestic Himalayan peaks with views of some of the tallest mountains in the world, including Manaslu (8163 m/26782 ft), Annapurna I (8091 m/26545 ft), and Dhaulagiri (8167 m/26,795 ft),
  • Exciting day hikes and excursions are available throughout a dramatic landscape and terrain that changes daily.
  • Unique monasteries, mani walls, shrines, and stupas
  • Diverse cultural experiences and immersion in traditional local culture
  • Kali Gandaki Gorge, the deepest gorge in the world

Updated Manaslu-Annapurna Circuit Trek 2024

The Manaslu Circuit with Annapurna Circuit Trek is something not to be missed. Nepal Trekking Experts has thoughtfully woven together two famous, world-class treks into one breathtaking adventure lasting just over three weeks. Throughout the trek, you will be able to enjoy the natural landscapes by day and the warm comforts of the local people in tea houses by night. There are two mountain passes to look forward to, the first of which is Larkya La ("la,” meaning pass) at 5106 meters, and the second of which is Thorong La at an astounding 5416 meters above sea level. Side excursions, day hikes, and acclimatization days are included in the itinerary to see as much of the region as possible while also allowing the body to slowly adjust to trekking at the high elevation.

The trek begins in the more remote, less-crowded Manaslu region, where you will follow the Budhi Gandaki River below and enjoy views of the majestic Manaslu (8163 meters) above. The scenery changes daily, from subtropical forests to open rural fields to rugged mountainous terrain, with something new every day of the trek. The Manaslu Circuit loosely follows the base circumference of Manaslu, leading gradually upward to Larkya La and then descending into the valley of Marsyangdi. The Manaslu Circuit Trek meets the Annapurna Circuit Trek in Dharapani, where the adventure will continue onward and upward into the Annapurna Region.

The Annapurna Circuit Trek is often voted one of the best treks in the world, which you will get to experience firsthand. The Kali Gandaki Gorge is considered the world’s deepest gorge, hugged by two eight thousand peak mountains on either side: Dhaulagiri (8167 m) and Annapurna I (8091 m). Not only is the natural beauty unmatched, but the quaint villages, monasteries, and cuisine offer a unique look into traditional Nepali, Tibetan, and Trans-Himalayan culture. Closer to the end of the trek, you will be well acclimatized to tackle a second, even higher mountain pass, Thorong La (5416 m).

Combining the Manaslu Circuit Trek with the Annapurna Circuit Trek is a great option for anyone looking to spend most of their 30-day tourist visa immersed in the Himalayas. This trek is challenging and deeply rewarding, so please don’t hesitate to contact Nepal Trekking Experts to discuss more details and if it’s right for you.

What makes the Manaslu-Annapurna Circuit Trek unique?

The combination of the Manaslu Annapurna Circuit creates a unique trekking experience that stands out due to its diverse landscapes, cultural richness, and a blend of remote trekking with popular trails. The journey takes trekkers through some of Nepal's most stunning and varied terrains, offering an unparalleled adventure.

Untouched Natural Beauty

The Manaslu Circuit, known for its pristine landscapes, offers a sense of solitude and unspoiled nature. The route provides a serene trekking experience, showcasing the untouched beauty of the Himalayas. It’s a chance to trek through quiet forests and hidden valleys and see the untouched side of the Himalayas.

Rich Cultural Immersion

Trekking through these regions offers a deep dive into the rich cultures of the Himalayas. From the ancient Tibetan-influenced villages in Manaslu to the diverse ethnic communities in Annapurna, trekkers experience a tapestry of cultural traditions, languages, and lifestyles, enhancing the overall experience.

Diverse Climatic Zones

The Manaslu Circuit and the Annapurna Circuit Trek traverse multiple climatic zones, from subtropical jungles to arid alpine deserts. This diversity adds to the scenic variety and introduces trekkers to a wide range of flora and fauna, making each day's trek a new exploration.

High-Altitude Challenges

Crossing high passes like Larkya La and Thorong La presents trekkers with thrilling challenges. These high-altitude crossings are both physically and mentally rewarding, offering stunning panoramic views and a sense of accomplishment unique to high-altitude trekking.

Combination of Solitude and Sociability

The unique aspect of the Manaslu-Annapurna Circuit Trek is the blend of the remote, peaceful trails of Manaslu with the bustling and pleasant paths of the Annapurna Circuit. This mix allows trekkers to enjoy moments of solitude and introspection, as well as opportunities to socialize and meet fellow trekkers from around the world.

How Difficult is the Manaslu Annapurna Circuit Trekking?

The combined Manaslu and Annapurna Circuit Trek is an exciting challenge due to the length of the trek (25 days), the high elevation (maximum 5,416 m/17,769 ft), and the overall challenging terrain. Someone with good overall physical health who prepares for the trek with pre-training will be able to complete the trek with minimal difficulty. This trek includes two high mountain passes and various long ascents and descents, which are a thrill for experienced trekkers and a challenge for those who are less experienced or have pre-existing ailments such as knee issues. The itinerary allows for a slow, but steady, pace with many acclimatization days to help get accustomed to hiking at elevation. You can expect longer days at lower elevations and shorter days at higher elevations. Although the terrain is rugged at times, there is no mountain climbing required because the entire trek follows a clear walking path.

Best Time for Manaslu Annapurna Circuit Trek

The ideal times for undertaking the Manaslu Annapurna Circuit Trek are during the spring and autumn seasons. These periods offer the most favorable weather conditions, with clear skies, stable temperatures, and minimal rainfall, enhancing the overall trekking experience. The landscapes are at their most vibrant during these times, with blooming flowers in spring and vivid colors in autumn.

Spring (March to May)

Spring, from March to May, is a popular time for the trek. The weather is generally warm and stable, with clear skies offering excellent visibility. This season is also known for its colorful rhododendron blooms, which add a spectacular burst of color to the trekking trails. The comfortable temperatures make it an ideal time for high-altitude trekking.

Autumn (September to November)

Autumn, spanning September to November, is another preferred time for the trek. Post-monsoon, the skies are clear, and the views of the Himalayas are exceptionally crisp. The weather is cool and pleasant, ideal for long trekking days. This season also coincides with several local festivals, offering a glimpse into the cultural richness of the region.

Winter (December to February)

While winter, from December to February, is less popular due to cold temperatures and snow, it offers a unique experience. The trails are less crowded, and the landscape is beautifully blanketed in snow. However, trekkers should be well-prepared for cold weather and potential trail closures, especially at higher altitudes.

Summer/Monsoon (June to August)

The summer or monsoon season, lasting from June to August, is generally considered less ideal due to heavy rains and possible landslides. However, this time offers lush green landscapes and fewer trekkers on the trail. Those who don't mind the rain and are prepared for slippery paths might find this season appealing.

How can I book this trek?

To book your trek, we require a deposit of 10% of the total cost of the trek. Please also forward a copy of your passport, a passport-sized photo, and full flight details if and when available through email. For your convenience, you may forward the deposit to us online through our website. It is completely safe, and as soon as you make it, you will get an automatic receipt in your inbox.

Useful Information

Trekking Permit and Fees

When trekking with Nepal Trekking Experts, all permit fees and handling are included in your package. You will need four different permits to embark on this trek through the Manaslu and Annapurna regions of Nepal. Your experienced guide will obtain all required permits on your behalf in either Kathmandu or Pokhara before you commence your trek. Your guide will also be responsible for showing the appropriate permits at the various checkpoints along the trek.

Trekkers Information Management System Card (TIMS Card)

  • 2000 Nepali rupees, obtained through Nepal Trekking Experts

Manaslu Special Restricted Area Permit (Manaslu RAP)

  • $100 per person from September to November for the first 7 days, plus $15 for each additional day,
  • $75 per person from December to August for the first 7 days, plus $10 per additional day
  • Obtained from Nepal Immigration and requires a minimum of two people and a licensed guide.

Manaslu Conservation Area Project (MCAP Permit)

  • 3000 Nepali rupees per person, obtained from the Nepal Tourism Board

Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP Permit)

  • 3000 Nepali rupees per person, obtained from the Nepal Tourism Board


The food in both the Manaslu and Annapurna regions of Nepal is delicious and plentiful. The menus at tea houses are usually quite large, especially considering that you are trekking deep into the Himalayas, but it's important to note that most tea houses offer similar food options from one to the next.

You can choose from a variety of local dishes, including Dal Bhat (rice, vegetable curry, and lentil soup with unlimited refills!), fried rice or noodles, Mo Mo (local dumplings), Thukpa (Tibetan noodle soup), spring rolls, or western dishes like burgers, pasta, pizza, and potatoes. For breakfast, you can enjoy local chapati bread or Tibetan bread with curry or Western eggs, porridge, muesli, or pancakes. This trek is vegetarian and vegan-friendly, but if you have any other dietary restrictions, you can let us know, and your guide will communicate with the kitchen staff.

Your package with Nepal Trekking Experts includes dinner in Kathmandu before you leave for your trek and three meals a day (with tea or coffee) every day of the trek, including travel days. If you'd like, you can purchase extra snacks, desserts, or fancy coffees when they are available.


Throughout your entire trek, you will be staying in tea houses, so there's no need to carry camping or cooking supplies. Tea houses are small, rustic hotels that offer food and lodging for trekkers. There will be slightly more options to choose from in the well-traveled Annapurna region and at lower elevations. More fully equipped tea houses may have electricity, wifi, and en suite bathrooms with hot showers and Western toilets. At higher elevations and throughout the Manaslu region, the tea houses are more basic, with simple rooms and fewer services. Bathrooms might be shared and have a squat-style toilet. At these tea houses, you can pay a small fee for services such as wifi and hot showers. We provide you with a clean, -20°C sleeping bag to keep you cozy and warm for your whole trek.


All transportation fees and arrangements are included in your trekking package when you book with Nepal Trekking Experts. To start your adventure, you will leave Kathmandu (Gongabu Bus Park) early via bus to Machha Khola (8–9 hours), where you will stay the night and continue the following day on foot. When you have completed your trek, you will drive by bus from Jomsom to Pokhara (~9 hours), where you might choose to stay and explore; otherwise, you will continue the following day by bus to Kathmandu (~7 hours).

Please be aware that the buses in Nepal can be overcrowded (especially if you are traveling during festival time), not particularly tidy, and will stop in villages along the route to pick up and drop off more people. Bus rides can be part of the exciting, immersive experience of being in a foreign country, but they are not for everyone. If you would like a more comfortable alternative, we can arrange a private jeep from Kathmandu to your starting point and one for your return. Jeeps shorten your travel time considerably, and you can stop for breaks at your leisure. There is also the option of taking a flight from Jomsom to Pokhara or Pokhara to Kathmandu. With so many travel options, we'd be happy to talk things through with you to find what suits you best.


Our tailored-made packages do not include a porter, so you can make the decision based on your own needs and preferences. Although not necessary, having a porter can make a massive difference in the enjoyment of your trek. Due to the longer length of this particular trek, the high altitude, and the rugged terrain, it is recommended that you consider hiring a porter to support you. One porter carries the bags of two people (around 20kg) so that you can carry a small day pack. If you are undecided, we would be happy to discuss porters in more detail when you book your trek.

Battery Charging

Despite trekking deep into the Himalayas, many of the tea houses have either electricity or solar power. Depending on the tea house, you might be able to charge your devices in your rooms. Otherwise, you can pay a few dollars (paid in local rupees) to charge your battery in the main dining hall. Carrying a power bank is recommended for your trek.


Nowadays, most villages have phone service and mobile reception, although it can be quite unpredictable. NCELL and Nepal Telecom are the two major SIM card providers. Nepal Telecom is recommended for better reception in both the Manaslu and Annapurna regions. If you'd like, you can purchase a SIM card in Kathmandu when you arrive.


Many tea houses have wifi available for a small fee, which you can pay in local rupees. It's worth noting that wifi is fairly unreliable in the mountains, so please expect to have at least a few days without connection throughout your trek.

How can I book the Manaslu Annapurna Circuit Trek?

To book your trek with us, you have to send a 10% deposit of the total cost. Please also forward a copy of your passport, a passport-sized photo, and full flight details if and when available. For your convenience, you may forward the deposit online through our website. It is completely safe, and as soon as you make it, you will get an automatic receipt in your inbox. The rest of the payment can be paid upon arrival.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are always ready to assist.

  • Max. Altitude:1400m/4593 ft.
  • Accommodation:2-3 star Hotel

You will be welcomed at the airport and transferred to your hotel in Thamel, the heart of Kathmandu. You can get settled, then come to the Nepal Trekking Experts office to review your trekking program. You can enjoy a night of rest or explore the vibrant city culture.

  • Max. Altitude:1400m/4593 ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast & Dinner
  • Accommodation:2-3 star Hotel

The day is yours to prepare for the trek ahead. This evening you are hosted for dinner in Thamel, courtesy of Nepal Trekking Experts.

  • Max. Altitude:930 m/3051 ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

You set off from Kathmandu early for the long drive to Machha Khola. The drive is scenic, but dusty, as you travel through the hillside, passing through Arughat and Soti Khola. It is recommended to drive all the way to Machha Khola instead of stopping in Soti Khola and walking along the road. Machha Khola is located on the bank of the Budhi Gandaki River, which will be your companion and guide through the Manaslu Valley, the source of which you will eventually touch on the ascent to the Larkya La (which translates as Larkya Pass).

  • Max. Altitude:1340m/4396ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Now on foot, you ease through the village of Khorlabesi during the early part of the day and make your way to Tatopani (which translates to hot water), famed for its natural hot springs. A steep climb leads to Dobhan, the entry point into the Manaslu Conservation Area. Today's scenic day ends in the rugged setting of Jagat, a village with colorful homes and narrow paved lanes. 

  • Max. Altitude:1860m/6102ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

The day begins by walking through subtropical rainforests and a series of small, cozy villages. The path zigzags across the Budhi Gandaki River via suspension bridges, the last of which leads into the village of Philim, set amidst beautiful terraced fields overlooking the river. Further along the trail you arrive at the junction for Tsum Valley and Lakya La and take the path heading northwest towards Deng.

  • Max. Altitude:2630m/8629ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Today features the first real views of major mountains including Sringi Himal, Ganesh Himal, and Kuyang Himal. Other peaks slowly make their presence known as you continue up the valley through lush vegetation and quaint villages. Heading west, the trail passes through the scenic village of Prok and continues for one last steep stretch to Namrung. 

  • Max. Altitude:3500m/11482ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Today you are greeted with absolutely spectacular mountain views as the valley opens up along our short ascent to Shyala. Leaving the lower temperature forests behind, the trail breaks free of the tree line and climbs higher into the mountains. You have plenty of time to take in the incredible view; lush greens of the lower valley giving way to the muted browns and grays of the Himalayan terrain which meet the vivid blue skies above, something that can only be experienced at high altitude. After a half-day hike to Lho,we will have a lunch break and continuous our journey to most scenic town Shyala. The reason we are choosing your overnight stay in Shyala is just because of its incredible Himalayan scenery. Wherever you turn your camera, you will have only 360-degree, imposing mountain views.

  • Max. Altitude:3520m/11549ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

From Shyala, we hike to the equally impressive view point and one of our trip highlights, Pungen Gompa, which offers spectacular vistas of Manaslu, Himal Chuli, Nadi Peak, Kutang Himal, and a beautiful glacier, then descend steadily through yak pasturelands to Samagaun.

  • Max. Altitude:3520m/11549ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Samagaun is your temporary home for the day in order to give your body time to acclimatize to the high altitude. The village provides many options for day excursions including the long but highly rewarding hike to Manaslu Base Camp, a walk to Pungen Gompa and its serene mountain setting or the short hike to Birendra Lake if you didn't go yesterday. 

  • Max. Altitude:3860m/12664ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Onward and upward is the motto of the day as you get ever closer to the goal of Larke La. The trail continues along the river for a short and gradual climb to Sambo. After arriving around midday, there is still plenty of time in the afternoon to hike, once again, to a higher altitude to help in the process of acclimatization. 

  • Max. Altitude:4460 m/14632ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Today's hike leads to the high-altitude camp of Dharmasala at the very threshold of Larke La. There is no mistaking that you are deep in the Himalayas with the thin air, surrounding snow, and gargantuan mountains in every direction. Another brief hike to higher ground is recommended to continue to get used to the elevation and to hopefully sleep better during the chilly night ahead.

  • Max. Altitude:3590 m/11778 ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

The typical method for crossing Larkya La is to head out before sunrise with only the moonlight and headlamps lighting the path. This day is often one of the most challenging and rewarding for trekkers as you finally climb above 5000m for the first time on this trek. The trail to the pass is challenging and long but the natural beauty of the landscape under the changing sky is unlike anything else. After a slow and steady ascent, the prayer flags and marker of Larkya La are a welcome sight to see. There is time to pause, celebrate your accomplishments, and take in the stunning views. Next is the steep descent to Bhimthang where you put your trekking poles to good use, sparing your tired legs. 

  • Max. Altitude:1960 m/6430 ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

With views of Manaslu to the left and the Annapurna ranges calling to you from the right, you continue descending from the alpine. The scenery changes from yak pastures along the beginnings of the Dudh Khola (which translates to Milk River), to familiar rhododendron forests and eventually terraced hillsides and patchwork crops. You reach the small, picturesque village of Tilje and then make your way uphill to Dharapani. This is where the Manaslu Circuit meets the Annapurna Circuit and the second leg of your journey begins.

  • Max. Altitude:2650m/8694ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Back up you go! You will be well acclimatized now and ready for today's 700m ascent. The trail meanders along the Marsyangdi River through forests and more quaint villages. A brief pause at the village of Timang in order to take in the views of Manaslu and the fast-approaching Annapurnas. The day ends in Chame where you will have time to enjoy a well-deserved rest.

  • Max. Altitude:3300m/10827ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Two routes are available at this point, which you can discuss with your guide and choose what suits you best. Either option is a rewarding one, offering some of the best views across the Marsyangdi Valley towards the magnificent Annapurnas. You can expect one final steep ascent to end the day in Upper Pisang. The village itself is scenically breathtaking and provides unique insights into the traditional lives of the valley's inhabitants.

  • Max. Altitude:3519m/11545ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Today's hike is an enjoyable one as it is relatively flat and meanders through many culturally rich villages. One notable old village is Bragam which is home to a special monastery where both locals and trekkers alike, pause to rest and reflect. 

  • Max. Altitude:3519m/11545ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

You have reached your third and final acclimatization day on your trek. Although you will be well acclimatized from the first leg of your trek in the Manaslu region, it is still important to ascend gradually and take rest when needed. Manang offers several possibilities for the day, depending on your preference, including hiking in the Ice lake, exploring the small town, or simply relaxing and enjoying the magnificent views.

  • Max. Altitude:4110m/13484ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Leaving behind the pine and fir forests from the lower hills, the trail ascends into the familiar, but ever-impressive, alpine landscapes of the upper valley. You will pass through Old Manang which will break up today's short and steep ascent.  The end of the hike is quite pleasant as you reach Yak Kharka with plenty of time to rest and rejuvenate.

  • Max. Altitude:4450m/14600ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Another shorter day of hiking through the mountain wilderness to Thorong Phedi. You will arrive around midday and the afternoon is yours to prepare to tackle Thorong La tomorrow.

  • Max. Altitude:3762m/12343ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Today is another memorable time to witness the starry sky turn to morning light as you trek slowly upwards to the second and highest mountain pass of your journey, Thorong La. It is a day to celebrate the success of climbing not only the highest pass on your trek but also one of the highest mountain passes in the Himalayas. After some time spent among the prayer flags atop the pass and soaking in all of the splendor of the surrounding mountains, you begin your descent toward Muktinath. Similar to your previous descent down from Larkya La, the trail is steep and requires your full attention. Muktinath, and its temple, are revered by both Buddhists and Hindus as a sacred pilgrimage site to be visited at least once in their lives. 

  • Max. Altitude:822m/2697ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast and Lunch
  • Accommodation:2-3 star hotel

From the holy town of Muktinath, you make your way to Pokhara, either via a long drive or a short flight from Jomsom. Driving to Pokhara offers a relaxing transition from the rigors of trekking. As you near Pokhara, the landscape transforms into lush valleys and terraced fields, signaling your re-entry into urban Nepal. Pokhara, with its serene lakes and vibrant atmosphere, provides a comfortable and welcoming rest.

  • Max. Altitude:1400m/4593 ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast

Time to bus back to Kathmandu. Depending on your travel plans, you might choose to stay in Pokhara longer and enjoy the beautiful mountain city.

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    What's Included
    Cost Includes
    • Complimentary airport pick-up and drop-off
    • Complimentary welcome dinner
    • Two nights' accommodation in Kathmandu, including breakfast.
    • All necessary trekking permits for Manaslu Special, Manaslu Conservation Area, Annapurna Conservation Area, TIMS card, etc.
    • All accommodation during the trek
    • Three meals a day during the trek
    • A cup of tea or coffee with the meal
    • If and when available, fresh fruit should be eaten every day.
    • Complimentary duffel bag or agency T-shirt, trekking map, and four-season sleeping bag, if needed.
    • Professional English-speaking government-registered and first-aid-trained guide.
    • First-aid kit
    • Kathmandu to Machhakhola by bus
    • Dharapani to either Pokhara or Kathmandu by bus
    • Staff insurance, meals, accommodations, equipment, transportation, etc.
    • Rescue arrangements, if necessary
    • Agency service charge and government tax or VAT
    • Certificate of achievement, if needed
    Cost Excludes
    • International airfare and Nepal visa fee
    • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu/Pokhara
    • Porters to carry your backpacks (we provide porters on request)
    • Personal insurance, personal expenses, loss of property, theft, etc.
    • Sightseeing costs (temples, monasteries entrance fee, etc.)
    • All beverages, snacks, and additional expenses such as laundry, hot showers, battery charging, WiFi, etc.
    • Tipping for staff
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    Dates & Availability
    Start:ThursdayAug 01, 2024
    End:FridayAug 23, 2024
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    End:FridaySep 06, 2024
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      Very professional and flexible.

      Stayed 20 days in the Manaslu & Annapurna region.
      Responses from Rajesh were very quick and professional. Rajesh was able to accommodate us with a custom itinerary.
      On the trail, our guide Thakur was knowledgeable. We learned a lot about the Hindu and Buddhist culture.
      Porter/guide Sunil was always by our side for everything. Very helpful and fun guy to hang out with.
      We encountered a medical issue after 15 days and Rajesh arranged the evacuation of my friend very quickly. We were all very worried but it all went very smoothly thanks to him.
      A very human company that truly believes in our satisfaction.
      Would recommend for everyone that wants to have the peace of mind about any issue while in the mountains.

      Thanks again for the amazing memories.

      KeelianCJul 11, 2019Canada
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