Manaslu Circuit Trek

Trip Facts:

Group Size
2-16
Region
Manaslu Region
Trip Duration
13 Days
Activities
Trekking
Transportation
Public Bus
Meals
BLD During Trek
Accommodation
Teahouse
Max Elevation
5160 m at Larkya Pass
Best Month
Mar, Apr, May, Sep, Oct & Nov
Trip Grade
Challenging
Trek Starts / Ends
Kathmandu / Kathmandu

Overview

Manaslu Circuit Trek is an excellent choice for those seeking a challenging and remote trek in Nepal. This Manaslu trek is considered one of the best hikes in the world, taking you through the stunning Manaslu region, offering breathtaking views of the Himalayas and an opportunity to experience the unique cultural traditions of the area.

Starting in Arughat, the Manaslu Circuit trek covers approximately 177 kilometers and takes 13-16 days. The Manaslu circuit trek takes you through diverse landscapes, ranging from lush forests to high mountain passes, culminating in the magnificent Larkya La Pass at 5,160 meters.

This manaslu trek also provides a unique opportunity to explore the local culture and traditions of the region, taking you through remote villages where you can interact with the locals and learn about their way of life. During the Manaslu trek, you can visit ancient monasteries and hot springs and enjoy traditional Nepalese cuisine.

Larke La Pass Trek: A Challenging Yet Rewarding Experience

Larke La Pass, the pinnacle of the Manaslu Circuit Trek in Nepal, offers breathtaking views of Mount Manaslu, the eighth highest mountain in the world. Birdwatchers flock here to spot rare high-altitude birds. The challenging 14-day trek covers 100 kilometers (62 miles) of diverse landscapes, from lush forests to barren high-altitude slopes. Starting at Arughat Bazaar and ending at Bimtang, the trek involves a significant elevation gain of 7,000 meters (22,966 feet). While popular among experienced hikers, it's not recommended for beginners. Hiring a guide and porters is highly advised, and proper acclimatization and packing are crucial due to the unpredictable Himalayan weather. The Larke Pass Trek offers an unforgettable chance to immerse yourself in the beauty of the Himalayas and Nepal's rich culture.

The Manaslu Circuit Trek is an exceptional and rewarding trek in Nepal that offers a unique experience of remote trekking in Nepal, the region's rich cultural heritage, and the Himalayas' natural beauty. This trek is a must-do for all mountain trekking enthusiasts looking for a challenging and unforgettable experience.

If you wish to extend this trip to 22 days, you can also add trip to Tsum Valley to your itinerary at additional cost.

Note: We request our clients to arrive in Kathmandu at least one day (office days) before the trek starting date as we need your original passport that has Nepal Visa for the restricted permit that are requires for the Manaslu Circuit Trek.

Manaslu Circuit Trek Highlights

  • Manaslu circuit trek is remote and challenging trek through the beautiful Manaslu region of Nepal.
  • Manaslu circuit trek considered as one of the best hikes in the world.
  • Offers stunning views of the Himalayas, including the world's eighth-highest peak.
  • Manaslu trek covers a distance of approximately 177 kilometers and takes around 13-16 days to complete.
  • Manaslu offers a variety of landscapes, ranging from lush forests to high mountain passes.
  • Culminates in the breathtaking Larkya La Pass, situated at an altitude of 5,160 meters.
  • Manaslu trek provides a unique opportunity to explore the rich cultural heritage of the Manaslu  region and interact with locals in remote villages.
  • Manaslu trek offers the chance to visit ancient monasteries, hot springs, and enjoy traditional Nepalese cuisine.
  • Requires a certain level of physical fitness and acclimatization due to high altitudes.
  • Offers a challenging and rewarding experience for mountain trekking enthusiasts.

Manaslu Circuit Trek Itinerary

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Start on an adventure of a lifetime as you begin your  Manaslu circuit trek journey from the vibrant city of Kathmandu to the picturesque town of Maccha Khola. As you make your way along the winding road, you will be surrounded by verdant forests, cascading waterfalls, and terraced fields, providing a feast for the senses. Along the way, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the local culture and observe the daily life of the communities that call this region home.

The drive to Maccha Khola is moderate and will take approximately 5 to 6 hours, allowing you to fully appreciate the stunning natural beauty that surrounds you. Upon your arrival, you can check into a teahouse where you will spend the night. This rustic accommodation will provide you with a glimpse into the traditional way of life in the region and offer you the perfect opportunity to rest and recharge for the next leg of your journey.

Highest Altitude
930 m

Prepare yourself for a thrilling Manaslu trek as you continue your journey from Maccha Khola to Jagat, which lies further up the route. The trek from Maccha Khola to Jagat is a challenging one, requiring stamina and determination to conquer. With significant elevation gain along the way, it is important to pace yourself and take breaks as needed to fully appreciate the stunning vistas that await you.

As you push yourself to the limit, the majestic beauty of the Himalayas will unfold before you in all its glory. Every step taken will bring you closer to your destination, and every breath you take will fill your lungs with the crisp mountain air. After a day of pushing yourself to new heights, you will arrive in Jagat, where you can check into a local teahouse for the night. Rest well, for tomorrow holds even more adventures in store for you.

Highest Altitude
1340 m

Get ready for another day of excitement as you continue your trek from Jagat to Pewa. This leg of the journey will take you across the Budhi Gandaki River multiple times, so prepare to roll up your sleeves and embrace the adventure. The trek from Jagat to Pewa will take approximately 6 to 7 hours of walking and is considered a moderate to challenging hike.

As you make your way along the route, you will encounter some of the most breathtaking views in the world. The rugged landscape, crystal-clear streams, and towering peaks will leave you spellbound. The journey will challenge you both physically and mentally, but the reward of reaching Pewa will be worth it. Upon your arrival, you can check into a local teahouse, where you can rest and recharge for the night. Allow the peace and tranquility of the mountains to soothe your soul and prepare you for the next day's adventure.

Highest Altitude
1804 m

Prepare for another awe-inspiring day of trekking as you set off from Pewa to Namrung. The trail from Pewa to Namrung will take you through some of the most stunning landscapes you have ever seen. You will traverse diverse vegetation, including forests, fields, and pastures, as well as cross several suspension bridges and streams. The journey will also take you through small villages and tea shops, giving you a glimpse into the daily lives of the locals.

As you hike deeper into the heart of the mountains, the scenery will become increasingly breathtaking. You will be surrounded by towering peaks, verdant forests, and pristine waterfalls. The trail can be challenging at times, but the beauty of your surroundings will inspire you to push through.

After a few hours of trekking, you will reach Namrung, where you can check into a local teahouse and rest for the night. Enjoy a warm meal and a good night's sleep before start on the next leg of your journey. The memories you make along the trail will stay with you forever, so make the most of every moment.

Highest Altitude
2630 m

Continue your  Manaslu circuit trek by departing from Namrung and heading towards Lho. The path from Namrung to Lho leads through the lush and verdant forests, rich in bamboo, rhododendron, and pine trees. You will have to cross several streams and rivers along the way, as well as traverse through small villages and tea shops. Once you reach Lho, you can unwind and recharge by checking into a local teahouse for the night.

Highest Altitude
2957 m

As you set out on your trekking journey to Manaslu circuit, you will venture from Lho towards Sama Gaun. The path leading from Lho to Sama Gaun takes you through breathtaking rolling hills, luscious forests, and presents awe-inspiring panoramic views of the surrounding majestic mountains. As you traverse this path, you will cross several suspension bridges that span across the fast-flowing rivers, and you will meander through several small villages and tea shops along the way. This moderate hike generally takes 5 to 6 hours of walking to reach Sama Gaun. Once you arrive at Sama Gaun, you can settle into a local teahouse for the night.

Highest Altitude
3530 m

As part of your acclimatization process in Sama Gaon, you can take a hike to Pungyen Gompa and enjoy breathtaking views of Manaslu from the hilltop. Keep an eye out for Himalayan Thars and Yaks grazing nearby. Alternatively, you can opt for a challenging hike to Manaslu Base Camp, where you will walk north of the Manaslu glacier to reach the base camp at 4,400m/14,435ft. Remember to maintain hydration and walk slowly to prevent altitude sickness. If you need a rest or are finding the altitude challenging, a short walk to Birendra Tal is also an option.

Highest Altitude
4400 m

On day 10 of your Manaslu circuit trek, you will set out from Sama Gaun and make your way towards Samdo. The trail from Sama Gaun to Samdo takes you through enchanting rolling hills and picturesque meadows, highlighting breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. On this journey, you will traverse several suspension bridges over swift-flowing rivers and come across several quaint villages and charming tea shops dotting the way.

Highest Altitude
3865 m

On your rest day, you will pause at Samdo, and venture on an easy trail that ascends the valley directly behind Samdo to reach one of the trade passes leading towards Tibet. This route offers exceptional views of Manaslu, as well as other majestic Himalayan ranges, such as Simrang, Hiunchuli, Ngadi, Larkye Peak, Cheo, and possibly Kang Guru behind the pass. Along the way, you will meet several seasonal herding settlements, known as doksas, and observe some beautiful mountain birds, such as the Lophophorus (Nepal's national bird), Lammergeyer, and Himalayan Griffin soaring high above.

Highest Altitude
5160 m

Dharmasala, a high-altitude destination situated beyond Samdo, is a crucial step in the acclimatization process that ensures travelers can adjust gradually to the higher altitude and avoid altitude sickness. While traveling from Samdo to Dharmasala, travelers can begin on an exhilarating journey through scenic mountain terrain, cross suspension bridges, and relish breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks and valleys. This journey is not just about reaching the destination, but also about enjoying the journey and immersing oneself in the magnificent natural beauty that surrounds the path.

Highest Altitude
4460 m

Today is a special day as you reach the highest point of the  Manaslu circuit trek. The journey takes you to the stunning Larkya La Pass, which sits at an altitude of 5,160 meters or 16,929 feet. The hike to the pass can be challenging, especially in inclement weather and snow, but it is certainly achievable. To ensure you reach the pass before afternoon, you must wake up at 3 am, have breakfast, and begin the trek early. The key to successfully navigating this challenging part of the journey is to maintain a steady pace.

Once you reach the Larkya La Pass, you will be rewarded with breathtaking views that will make the trek even more worthwhile. You will be able to catch stunning views of Himlung (7,126m/ 23,379 ft) near Tibet and Kang Guru (6,981m /22,903 ft), as well as Annapurna II (7,937m / 26,040 ft) in the Annapurna Range.

After taking some time to soak in the magnificent views at the pass, you will begin the descent towards Bimthang for an overnight stay. During the 3-hour descent, you will be treated to stunning views of huge icefalls and mountains in every direction. Additionally, you will be able to take in the breathtaking beauty of Pongkar Tal, which lies between the Pongkar and Salpu Danda Glaciers.
 

Highest Altitude
3590 m

This day represents your last hike on the routs as you near your destination in the breathtaking Manaslu region. You will descend through lush woodlands that are home to a wide variety of plants and animals, including colorful rhododendron flowers.

The path will take you across the Dudh Khola and into Karche, where you will stop for a much-needed lunch break. Gurung Goa, the first village you will come across since Samdo, will be reached by following your path. The valley gets more agricultural and fertile as you travel past the beautiful fields and woods of oak and rhododendron. You will stay on the north bank until you get to Tilije, at which point you will travel towards Dharapani while thinking back on the amazing views and experiences you had along the route.

Highest Altitude
1970 m

As the trekking and climbing phase of the adventure draws to a close, the journey back to civilization begins. The drive back to Kathmandu from Dharapani will be a lengthy one, covering a distance of roughly 200 kilometers and taking several hours. The transition from the rugged, remote terrain of the Manaslu region to the bustling city of Kathmandu is sure to be a stark contrast, but the memories and experiences gained from the journey will surely endure.

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If the above itinerary does not meet your needs, we can design individualized travel plans based on your preference and specification.

Service Included on Trip Cost

Cost Includes

  • Airport pickup and drop
  • Accomodation for 12 nights in teahouses
  • English speaking licensed guide for 13 days
  • All government taxes and permits for trek (ACAP, MCAP and Restricted Permit)
  • All neccessary transportation from Kathmandu and to reach Kathmandu by local buses
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner during the trek 
  • Trek Completion Certificate from Magnificent Himalayan Treks after successful trek
  • Farewell dinner in Kathmandu after the trek

Cost Excludes

  • International Flight Airfare
  • Any visa charges to enter Nepal
  • Accomodation,Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Personnel expenses of any kind (Shopping, snacks, boiled water, hot (tea, coffee) and cold drinks, hot shower, alcohol, Wi-Fi, telephone call, battery re-charge fee, extra porters, etc)
  • Travel insurance (which has to cover emergency high-altitude helicopter rescue and evacuation)
  • All the costs and expenses which are not listed in "What Is Included ?" will be counted as excludes.

Manaslu Circuit Trek Altitude Profile

FAQs

The Manaslu Circuit Trek typically takes 13 days to complete from Kathmandu to Kathmandu, following a standard itinerary. This timeframe can vary depending on your trekking pace and chosen itinerary. The daily distance covered usually falls between 8-15 kilometers (5-9 miles).

The Manaslu Circuit Trek is no walk in the park! It's a moderate-to-challenging adventure that demands good physical fitness. The trails wind through rugged terrain with steep climbs and uneven paths, especially at higher altitudes. Conquering the total distance of around 177 kilometers (110 miles) requires stamina.

But the biggest challenge awaits at high altitudes! Larke Pass, the highest point at 5,160 meters (16,930 feet), requires proper acclimatization to avoid altitude sickness. This means gradually ascending and allowing your body enough time to adjust to the thinner air.

Be prepared for all types of weather, including rain, snow, and strong winds. Overall, the Manaslu Trek is a rewarding challenge for experienced hikers seeking adventure!

Conditions on the Manaslu Circuit Trek can vary from lush forests to high altitude, with changing temperatures and weather patterns. Be prepared for a range of conditions and enjoy the adventure!
 

While both Manaslu Circuit and Everest Base Camp treks are challenging, Manaslu Circuit is generally considered less difficult. Here's a breakdown:

  • Manaslu Circuit: The Manaslu Circuit's highest point is Larke Pass at 5,160 meters (16,930 feet). The challenge lies in navigating steep climbs, uneven trails with scree slopes, and the total distance of 177 kilometers (110 miles).

  • Everest Base Camp: Everest Base Camp reaches a higher altitude, with Kala Patthar sitting at 5,545 meters (18,219 feet). This trek might encounter snow and ice on the trails at higher elevations, adding an extra challenge.

The Manaslu Circuit Trek has its share of risks and dangers, including altitude sickness, landslides, avalanches, and unpredictable weather conditions. It's important to trek with an experienced guide, carry appropriate gear and supplies, and follow safety guidelines to minimize risks and ensure a safe journey.
 

The food available on the Manaslu Circuit Trek varies from simple local Nepalese cuisine to some western dishes. Most tea houses along the trek offer a limited menu that includes rice, dal, vegetables, and noodles, along with some snacks and hot beverages. Magnificent Himalayan trek recommended to try the local dishes and carry some energy bars or snacks as a supplement.
 

It’s highly recommended to hire one or both for a better experience. A guide can provide valuable insights into the local culture, customs, and traditions, and can also help with navigation, accommodation, and safety. A porter can carry your heavy backpack, leaving you free to enjoy the  Manaslu Circuit trek without the added weight.

To get to the starting point of the Manaslu Circuit Trek, you first need to take a bus or jeep ride from Kathmandu to Soti Khola, which takes around 7-9 hours. Alternatively, you can take a jeep or private vehicle to Arughat, which is closer to the starting point, and then continue on foot to Soti Khola. From Soti Khola, the trek officially begins and follows the Budhi Gandaki River all the way to the Larkya La Pass and back down.
 

Traveller Useful Information

Transportation for the Manaslu Circuit Trek Nepal typically involves a 177-kilometer (99-mile) journey from Kathmandu to Soti Khola, the official starting point. Travelers can choose between a private jeep (7 hours) or a local bus (8-9 hours). While jeeps offer more comfort and flexibility, expect costs around $250 USD. Local buses are a budget-friendly option, costing around $20 USD per person. Both options provide an exciting off-road adventure.

Concluding the trek from Dharapani, a 6-hour jeep ride takes you to Besisahar. From there, you can opt for another jeep (around $200 USD) or a local bus (around $25 USD) for the final 7-hour journey back to Kathmandu. Sharing jeeps are also available on this route, offering a cheaper alternative to private hires. Booking transportation in advance, especially during peak season (October-November), is highly recommended.

The Manaslu Circuit Trek ventures into a strictly regulated region, requiring trekkers to obtain specific permits before setting off.

  1. Manaslu Restricted Area Permit (RAP): This mandatory permit grants access to the restricted zone of Manaslu. Local authorized agencies in Nepal can issue it.
  2. Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) & Manaslu Conservation Area Project Permit (MCAP): These permits allow entry into the respective conservation areas. You can obtain them from the relevant offices or authorized agencies in Nepal

Solo Manaslu Circuit Trek Permits:

While a minimum of two trekkers is required to begin the Manaslu trek, solo travelers can still start on this adventure. We can connect you with trekking agencies that can help arrange a group or a guide, fulfilling the mandatory requirement of having a licensed guide or porter.

The Manaslu Circuit Trek offers a unique lodging experience through its network of teahouses. These traditional guesthouses, run by local communities, provide a comfortable haven for trekkers. While rooms are basic, typically with twin beds, the communal dining areas offer a chance to unwind and share stories with fellow adventurers around a crackling fireplace under a starlit sky. Many teahouses, especially at lower altitudes, offer hot showers (availability might be limited at higher points). Accommodation costs range from $3-$5 USD in lower areas to $7-$10 USD at higher altitudes.

For those seeking more guesthouses might be available at some lower starting points along the trek.

Staying connected while trekking the Manaslu Circuit is possible with various options available:

  1. Wi-Fi: Most teahouses offer wifi services for an additional charge. However, due to the remote location, expect slow and sometimes unreliable speeds.

  2. Mobile Phones: Carrying a Nepal Telecom SIM card is recommended for the best network coverage in the Manaslu region compared to Ncell. We can assist you in obtaining a SIM card in Kathmandu or along the trek route.

  3. SAT Phone: For reliable communication in emergencies, some teahouses offer SAT phone facilities at an extra cost. It's advisable to inform the teahouse owner beforehand if you require a SAT phone as they might need to make arrangements.

Remember: While staying connected is possible, prioritize enjoying the scenery, enjoying yourself in the culture, and disconnecting from the outside world to fully appreciate the Manaslu Circuit Trek experience.

 

The Manaslu Circuit Trek is a challenging adventure, best suited for trekkers with a good level of physical fitness and a strong sense of adventure. The total distance is roughly 177 kilometers (110 miles), encompassing a variety of terrains. Hikers can expect steep climbs, descents along switchbacks, and uneven trails with scree slopes at higher altitudes.

Reaching a maximum elevation of 5,160 meters (16,930 feet) at the Larkya La Pass is a highlight, but also presents the challenge of altitude sickness. Proper acclimatization during the trek is crucial. We recommend consulting a physician for a personalized training plan, ideally starting several months before your departure. In terms of difficulty, some variations in the route exist, and weather conditions can also play a role. However, with proper preparation and a positive attitude, the Manaslu Circuit Trek offers an unforgettable and rewarding experience.

The Manaslu Circuit Trek offers distinct advantages depending on the season you choose:

  1. Spring (March to May): Pleasant temperatures with blooming landscapes. Occasional spring showers might occur, making some sections muddy. Consider April and May for potentially fewer crowds compared to peak season.

  2. Autumn (September to November): Widely considered the best season, offering stable weather, clear skies, and comfortable trekking temperatures. This coincides with the harvest season, allowing you to witness local celebrations and culture. September and October might see more trekkers compared to November.

Spring vs. Autumn: Spring offers fewer crowds but a chance of rain. Autumn boasts clear skies and cultural immersion but can be busier.

Other Seasons:

  1. Winter (December to February): Extremely challenging due to freezing temperatures and snowfall, especially at higher elevations.
  2. Summer (June to August): Monsoon season brings heavy rain, landslides, and limited visibility. Not recommended for trekking.

Ultimately, the best time for your Manaslu Circuit Trek depends on your priorities. Consider factors like weather tolerance, crowd preferences, and cultural experiences to make an informed decision.

The Manaslu region's high altitude and mountainous terrain create a dynamic weather system. Conditions can change quickly, so trekkers need to be prepared for anything.

  • Spring (March to May): Generally considered the shoulder season, spring offers comfortable trekking with average daytime temperatures ranging from 15°C to 25°C (59°F to 77°F). However, occasional rain showers might occur, so pack accordingly.

  • Autumn (September to November): The autumn season reigns supreme for trekking, boasting clear skies and stable weather. Expect daytime temperatures in the range of 10°C to 20°C (50°F to 68°F) with cooler nights. This coincides with the harvest season, adding a cultural touch to your trek.

Winter (December to February) & Summer (June to August):

  • Winter brings extreme challenges with sub-zero temperatures and frequent snowfall, making trekking dangerous, especially at higher elevations.
  • The summer monsoon season (June to August) is not ideal due to heavy rain, landslides, and limited visibility.

Packing for All Weather: Due to the region's unpredictable nature, pack versatile clothing and essential gear suitable for all weather conditions. Always check the latest forecasts before your trek and be prepared to adapt as the weather changes. This will ensure a safe and enjoyable Manaslu Circuit Trek experience.

Packing for the Manaslu Circuit Trek requires careful consideration to ensure comfort and safety throughout your journey. Here's a comprehensive list of essential equipment:

Essential Items:

  1. Trekking Boots: Sturdy, waterproof boots with good ankle support are crucial for uneven terrain and steep sections.
  2. Backpack (50-60L): Choose a comfortable backpack with proper fit to carry your essentials.
  3. Clothing: Pack layers! Consider moisture-wicking base layers, a warm fleece or down jacket, waterproof/windproof jacket & pants, hat, gloves, and a buff.
  4. Sleeping Bag (sub-zero rated): Stay warm during chilly nights at higher elevations.
  5. Trekking Poles: Provide stability and support on various inclines and declines.
  6. Headlamp (with extra batteries): Essential for navigating in low light conditions. Opt for a headlamp with a red light setting to preserve night vision for others.
  7. Reusable Water Bottle & Water Purification Tablets: Stay hydrated by refilling your bottle at teahouses and purify water from natural sources if needed.
  8. First-Aid Kit: Pack basic medical supplies for minor injuries or ailments.
  9. Sunscreen & Sunglasses: Protect yourself from the sun's harmful rays at high altitudes.

Recommended Gear:

  1. Gaiters: Offer protection from mud, snow, and debris on the trail.
  2. Backpack Rain Cover: Safeguard your belongings from unexpected downpours.
  3. Portable Charger: Keep your electronics powered on the go (consider solar chargers for eco-conscious trekkers).
  4. Camera: Capture stunning memories of your Manaslu adventure.

Packing Tips:

  1. Prioritize lightweight essentials: Tea houses provide basic amenities, so focus on packing only what you truly need.
  2. Check weather forecasts: Adapt your clothing choices based on the anticipated weather conditions.
  3. Invest in good quality gear: Durable equipment enhances comfort and safety during the trek.

Remember: This list is a starting point. Research and personalize it based on your preferences and weather conditions during your trek.

Manaslu, the world's eighth-highest mountain peak at 8,163 meters (26,781 ft), is nestled in the Manaslu region of west-central Nepal. This majestic peak dominates the landscape, a true gem for trekkers and adventure seekers.

Manaslu Location Breakdown:

  • Country: Nepal
  • Region: West-central Nepal
  • District: Manaslu lies on the border between Gorkha and Manang districts.
  • Mountain Range: Manaslu Himal, part of the Nepalese Himalayas

Manaslu's remote location offers a sense of adventure and pristine beauty. The Manaslu Circuit Trek allows visitors to experience this hidden treasure firsthand, with breathtaking views, challenging trails, and unique cultural encounters.

Client Reviews

Marine Paternoster

Marseille, France

Manaslu Circuit Trek with Everest Helicopter Tour

15th May, 2023

I had the most incredible adventure with Magnificent Himalayan Treks, starting on April 19, 2023, where I got to do a private Manaslu Circuit Trek and an Everest Helicopter Tour in Nepal. It was like a journey where I walked through stunning landscapes, met friendly people in small villages, and learned a lot about the Himalayas from the knowledgeable guides. The places we stayed in were really nice, and the local food was delicious. The best part was when we flew in a helicopter to see Mount Everest from up high – it was so breathtaking! The whole trip felt safe and well-organized, and I can honestly say it was an incredible experience that I recommend to anyone who wants to explore the Himalayas in a special way.

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