Manaslu-Annapurna Circuit Trek, 23 Days
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Manaslu-Annapurna Circuit Trek, 23 Days

Days: 23 / Difficulty: 4 of 5 (Strenuous)
Min Group Size: 1 / Max Group Size: 4

The Manaslu-Annapurna Circuit Trek is a spectacular and challenging trekking adventure that combines two renowned trekking routes in Nepal - the Manaslu Circuit and the Annapurna Circuit. The Manaslu-Annapurna Circuit Trek is a breathtaking journey through the pristine landscapes of the Nepalese Himalayas. This trek combines the raw beauty of the Manaslu region with the classic Annapurna Circuit, offering trekkers a diverse range of terrains, cultures, and awe-inspiring views. From lush forests to arid high-altitude deserts, from quaint villages to towering snow-capped peaks, this trek is an unforgettable adventure that immerses you in the heart of the Himalayas.


  • Witness the stunning vistas of Manaslu (8,163m) and Annapurna (8,091m) ranges.
  • Traverse through a variety of landscapes, from subtropical forests to high mountain passes.
  • Encounter diverse ethnic communities, including the Tamang, Gurung, and Nubri Tibetan cultures and Manangis.
  • Cross the challenging Larkya La Pass (5,106m) and Thorong La Pass (5,416m).
  • Explore ancient monasteries, traditional villages, and vibrant local markets.
  • Connect with fellow trekkers from around the world, sharing the journey and stories.

Best Time of the Year:
The ideal time for the Manaslu-Annapurna Circuit Trek is during the pre-monsoon (spring) and post-monsoon (autumn) seasons:

  • Spring (March to May): Blooming rhododendrons, moderate temperatures, and clear skies.
  • Autumn (September to November): Crisp air, excellent visibility, and vibrant landscapes.

Difficulty Level:
The Manaslu-Annapurna Circuit Trek is considered a challenging and strenuous trek due to its high-altitude and long duration. The trek involves several steep ascents and descents, as well as crossing high mountain passes, which require physical fitness and mental endurance. Prior trekking experience at high altitudes is beneficial but not mandatory. Key factors contributing to the difficulty include high-altitude passes, long daily treks, and unpredictable weather conditions. Proper acclimatization, preparation, and a positive attitude are essential.

Fitness Level and Preparation:
Trekking the Manaslu-Annapurna Circuit requires a good level of physical fitness. Trekkers should be prepared for daily walking ranging from 6 to 8 hours, sometimes on rough and uneven terrain. Regular cardiovascular exercises and strength training before the trek can significantly enhance trekking performance and reduce the risk of altitude-related issues. Additionally, mental resilience and determination are essential for successfully completing the trek.

Trek Route:

  • Start in the town of Arughat or Soti Khola, trekking through lush forests and terraced fields.
  • Ascend through the Budhi Gandaki Valley, passing quaint villages like Philim, Deng, Namrung and Lho.
  • Reach the base of Larkya La Pass after exploring Samagaon and Samdo villages.
  • Cross the challenging Larkya La Pass and descend to the Marsyangdi Valley.
  • Join the Annapurna Circuit route, passing through villages like Pisang and Manang.
  • Conquer Thorong La Pass before descending to Muktinath and onward to Jomsom and Pokhara.

Acute Mountain or High Altitude Sickness:
Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is a condition that can occur when individuals ascend to high altitudes too quickly without giving their bodies enough time to acclimatize. It's a potentially serious condition that can affect anyone, regardless of their level of physical fitness or previous altitude experience. Here's more information about AMS and its prevention:

Symptoms of AMS:
Symptoms of AMS usually begin within a few hours to a day after reaching altitudes above 2,500 meters (8,200 feet).
Mild symptoms include headache, fatigue, dizziness, nausea, loss of appetite, shortness of breath, and difficulty sleeping.
More severe symptoms can include vomiting, confusion, ataxia (loss of coordination), and severe shortness of breath.

Prevention of AMS:
Gradual Ascent: The most effective way to prevent AMS is to ascend gradually, allowing your body time to acclimatize to the decreasing oxygen levels at higher altitudes. A general guideline is to avoid ascending more than 300 to 500 meters (about 1,000 to 1,600 feet) per day once above 3,000 meters (9,800 feet).
Adequate Hydration: Drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated, but avoid excessive alcohol consumption, as it can contribute to dehydration and worsen AMS symptoms.
Balanced Diet: Maintain a balanced diet and ensure you're consuming enough calories. Carbohydrates provide energy and can help your body cope with altitude stress.
Rest and Acclimatization Days: Take rest days during your ascent to allow your body time to adjust to the altitude. During rest days, you can take short hikes at higher altitudes to aid in the acclimatization process.
Avoid Smoking: Smoking reduces the amount of oxygen in your blood and can exacerbate AMS symptoms.
Medications: Some individuals may use medications like acetazolamide (Diamox) to help prevent AMS. Consult a healthcare professional before using any medication and consider potential side effects.
Listen to Your Body: Pay close attention to how you're feeling. If you experience symptoms of AMS, it's crucial to rest and descend to a lower altitude if symptoms worsen.

Treatment of AMS:
If you or someone in your group experiences symptoms of AMS, the best course of action is to descend to a lower altitude until symptoms improve.
Oxygen supplementation, if available, can provide relief from symptoms while descending.

Severe Altitude Sickness:
Severe forms of altitude sickness, such as High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE) and High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE), are life-threatening conditions that require immediate descent and medical attention.

Remember, AMS can affect anyone, regardless of age, gender, or fitness level. It's crucial to prioritize your health and safety when trekking at high altitudes. Proper preparation, gradual ascent, and attentive self-monitoring are key to preventing AMS and enjoying a safe and rewarding trekking experience. If you have any concerns about AMS, it's advisable to consult a medical professional before your trip.

What should I pack for the trek?
Packing for the Manaslu-Annapurna Circuit Trek requires careful consideration of the diverse terrain, weather conditions, and your personal needs during the journey. Here's a comprehensive list of items to pack:

Moisture-wicking base layers (long-sleeve tops and bottoms) for trekking
Insulated mid-layers (fleece jacket, down jacket) for warmth
Waterproof and windproof outer layer (jacket and pants)
Trekking pants (convertible pants are versatile)
T-shirts for lower altitudes
Thermal underwear for colder days
Warm hat and gloves
Sun hat or cap with a neck cover
Bandana or buff for sun protection and dust
Comfortable and sturdy trekking boots
Sandals or lightweight shoes for evenings and rest days
Extra socks (wool or moisture-wicking material)

Backpack (around 50-60 liters) with rain cover
Sleeping bag (rated for cold temperatures)
Trekking poles for stability and knee support
Headlamp or flashlight with extra batteries
Sunglasses with UV protection
Water bottles or hydration system (1-2 liters)
Lightweight towel
Personal toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, biodegradable soap, hand sanitizer, etc.)
Toilet paper and small plastic bags for waste disposal
Personal first aid kit with essentials (band-aids, antiseptic, blister treatment, pain relievers, altitude sickness medication, etc.)
Insect repellent and sunscreen (high SPF)
Multi-tool or knife

Passport and necessary permits
Cash (Nepalese Rupees) for remote areas where ATMs might be scarce
Snacks (energy bars, trail mix, etc.)
Notebook and pen for journaling or sketching
Camera or smartphone for capturing memories
Electrical adapter and charger for electronic devices

Optional Items:
Reading materials or a Kindle
Travel pillow
Ziplock bags for waterproofing and organizing
Portable solar charger

Remember, the key to packing is to strike a balance between staying well-equipped and keeping your backpack manageable. Prioritize essentials, and consider layering your clothing to adapt to changing weather conditions. Be mindful of weight restrictions if you're planning on using a porter to carry your gear. Finally, double-check your packing list before departure to ensure you haven't missed anything crucial for a safe and enjoyable trekking experience.

Embark on the Manaslu-Annapurna Circuit Trek to experience the incredible natural beauty, cultural richness, and personal growth that this Himalayan adventure has to offer. Prepare well, be resilient, and create lasting memories in one of the world's most captivating trekking destinations.

Facts of the Trek

Trek Region
Manaslu and Annapurna
Type of Trek
Private Trekking for Individual, Couple and small Group
23 Days
Highest Elevation
Full board during the trek
4* Hotel in Kathmandu, Pokhara & Lodge during the trek
Best Season
Autumn (Sep-Oct-Nov) & Spring (March-April-May)
Transportation by
Domestic Flight & Private Vehicle

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Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu 1338m

Upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu, our representatives will welcome you and then take you to the hotel. Overnight at a 4-star hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 02: Permit Procedure and Full Day Guided Sightseeing Tour in Kathmandu Valley 
After a fulfilling breakfast at the hotel, your tour guide will meet you at the hotel premises. You will then be taken to the Monkey Temple aka Swayambhunath. After that, you will visit the Hindu temple of Pashupatinath and then the Buddhist pilgrimage of Boudhanath stupa. You can stop for lunch and dinner at the restaurants recommended by your tour guide. Overnight at a 4-star hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Machha Khola 870m/8 hours by private 4W vehicle
After an early morning breakfast, you drive to Machha Khola on a land cruiser. You will follow the Budhi Gandaki River towards the northern side and pass through Morder and Simre villages. It will be a bumping and winding dirt road drive which will take around 7-8 hours. Overnight at a lodge in Machha Khola.

Day 04: Trek from Machha Khola to Jagat 1340m/7 hours
You cross over Khorlabesi and reach the natural hot spring called Tatopani. After spending some time here, you climb a hill and cross the suspension bridge over Budhi Gandaki River. Climb down the stairs and cross another suspension bridge, then you arrive in Jagat. It will be a 6-7 hours trek. Overnight at a lodge in Jagat.

Day 05: Trek from Jagat to Deng 1860m/7 hours
On this day, you climb over the rocky ridge to reach Salleri. You then head towards Sirdibas and continue the trek passing a long suspension bridge to reach Philim. Crossing the fields, you will reach Ekle Bhatti where you will have lunch. Then you pass through the bamboo forest and cross a stream to reach Deng. Overnight at a lodge in Deng.

Day 06: Trek from Deng to Namrung 2630m/6 hours
Today’s trek is a little longer and harder.  It will be a 5-6 hours trek. There are many mustard fields and waterfalls along the way. As you head further, you can see carvings on the stones of various images of Buddha in meditation. You pass the rhododendron forests and cross some wooden bridges.  Then, a climb through some stairs and a walk through the pine forest will take you to the neat village of Namrung. Overnight at a lodge in Namrung.

Day 07: Trek from Namrung to Samagaon 3520m/7 hours
We leave Namrung early in the morning and walk across Honang River. After some hours of walking, you reach Lho Gaon, from where you can get a good view of Mt Manaslu (8156m). It will then be an easy walk to Shyala (3500m) through the pine and rhododendron forest. As you move ahead, yak pastureland and stone houses come into your sight. Overnight at a lodge in Samagaon. 

Day 08: Acclimatization day - Hiking to Manaslu Base Camp 4400m/8 hours and back 
This day is set for you to rest and get adjusted to the high altitude. There are various places to visit in Samagaon like Birendra Tal or Anie Gompa. Afterward, the team will hike up to Manaslu Base Camp. From the base camp, you get a wonderful view of Mt Manaslu (8156m).  After spending some time at the base camp, you return back to Samagaon for the overnight stay. Overnight at a lodge in Samagaon.

Day 09: Trek from Samagaon to Samdo 3875m/4 hours
After breakfast, you follow the Budhi Gandaki River and cross a suspension bridge. The trek further is easy as you pass Mani walls and juniper forests. This trek will take 3-4 hours. Your final destination of the day is Samdo village, which is dedicated to yak herding as it has more animals and fodder than the human population. Overnight at a lodge in Samdo.

Day 10: Trek from Samdo to Dharamsala 4460m/4 hours
It will be an early morning trek as you head for Dharamsala. This trek will take around 3-4 hours. Walking past monasteries, you cross the bridge over Budhi Gandaki River to arrive in Larkya Bazaar. From there on, you ascend on the moraines of Syacha Glacier as you walk through the Mani walls and stone huts until you arrive in Dharamsala. You get to see some great views of the snowcapped mountains. Overnight at a lodge in Dharamsala.

Day 11: Trek from Dharamsala to Bimthang 3590m/8 hours traverse Larkya La Pass 5106m
A short walk takes you to a valley which offers great views of Cheo Himal (6812m) and Larke Peak (6249m). Ascending on the steep and icy trail through Larkya Glacier, you reach the top of Larkya La Pass (5106m), the highest point of this trek. The pass provides wonderful views of mountains like Himlung (7126m), Annapurna II (7937m), and Cheo Himal (6812m). You then descend to a more leveled path and make your way to Bimthang. Overnight at a lodge in Bimthang.

Day 12: Trek from Bimtang to Dharapani 1860m/6-7 hours
Descend from Bimthang to cross the stony glacier to reach the pristine rhododendron and pine forest. The trail goes downhill along the west bank of Dudh Khola as we pass Hompuk and Sangure Kharka before going down to the highest cultivated land at Kharche. Trek through the forested land to the Gurung village of Tilje, then, descend rapidly towards Marsayangdi Valley through the scrub forest. Pass the west bank just before Thonje, and then, cross Marsayangdi River to arrive in Dharapani. Overnight at a lodge in Dharapani.

Day 13: Trek from Dharapani to Chame 2670m/5-6 hours
From Dharapani, the track passes a school, ascends, and again descends gently to Bagarchhap. Bagarchhap is a small village with distinctive Tibetan houses and peaceful vibes of Buddhist culture. The trail ascends to the mule track through pine and fir forests and then follows the stream for some time amongst the higher oak and maple trees. We pass through dispersed small villages before arriving in Chame (2670m). Overnight at a lodge in Chame.

Day 14: Trek from Chame to Pisang 3200m/5-6 hours
We follow the trails of Marshyangdi to Brathang from where we get a spectacular close-up view of Annapurna II (7937m). We continue the trek via the forest with the amazing Paungda Danda rock face escalating more than 5,000 feet from the stream. After passing a suspension bridge, we ascend for some time and then walk downhill to the valley floor. Finally, we walk across dry grazing land dwelling at Dhukur Pokhari. After walking for around half an hour from Dhukur Pokhari, we reach Pisang (3,190m). There are good views of the Annapurna range and Pisang Peak (6091m) seen from the village of Pisang. Overnight at a lodge in Pisang. 

Day 15: Trek from Pisang to Manang 3540m/6-7 hours via Ngawal
We trek on a difficult road onto the dry Nyesyang region that starts from Upper Pisang and offers some of the best landscapes. Ghyaru is a captivating cluster-village with attractively built stone houses enclosed by meadows of wheat, barley, buckwheat, potatoes, and beans. Then, along high cross with great landscape, up and down the valley, to Ngawal--an exciting village with Gompa and age-old juniper trees. The trail now slowly descends to Mungji from where we head to reach the renowned Thakali village of Manang. You will be enjoying with the best view of Annapurna range. Overnight at a lodge in Manang. 

Day 16: Acclimatization Day: Hike to Chhunker viewpoint - Gangapurna Lake & Cave Gompa
Today is acclimatizing/rest day. We hike to Chhunker viewpoint where we get to relish the view of the pristine Gangapurna Lake with a backdrop of the Annapurna Range, Tilicho Peak (7134m), Pisang Peak (6091m), Chulo Peak (6584m), Thorong Peak (5416m), and so on. Then we retrace back to our lodge for lunch, a typical Thakali meal. After lunch, we hike to Cave Gompa (4500m), which is again an excellent viewpoint to enjoy the Annapurna Range panorama. Then, we return back to the lodge for the overnight stay. Overnight at a lodge in Manang.

Day 17: Trek from Manang to Yak Kharka 4018m/4-5 hours
Climbing several rocky ridges, we head towards Yak Kharka. We will trek through beautiful forests of rhododendron, juniper, and pine, and may encounter yaks grazing in the field. The trail to Yak Kharka features monasteries and Mani walls decorated with colorful prayer flags and with a backdrop of the Himalayas. After 4 hours of trek, we reach Yak Kharka. Overnight at a lodge in Yak Kharka.

Day 18: Trek from Yak Kharka to Thorong Phedi 4450m/4-5 hours
We climb few ridges along Kali Gandaki River until we reach Ledar. We then cross a wooden bridge over the river and climb steep trails till we reach Thorong Phedi. We spend the rest of the day acclimatizing to high altitude. Overnight at a lodge in Thorong Phedi.

Day 19: Trek from Thorong Phedi to Muktinath 3800m/7-8 hours traverse Thorong-La Pass 5416m 
Ascending steep trails, we reach Thorong High Camp which is the gateway to the highest mountain pass in Nepal, Thorong-La Pass. We climb steep rocky ridges and reach Thorong-La Pass. We relish the alluring panorama of the Himalayas from the pass and trek downhill till we reach Chabarbu. From Chabarbu, we trek for a couple of hours and reach the holy Muktinath. Overnight at a lodge in Muktinath.

Day 20: Trek from Muktinath to Jomsom 2710m via Lupra Village 2790m/5-6 hours
From Muktinath, we commence our return journey gradually walking along the ridge with unparalleled sights of Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167m), Nilgiri Peak (7061m), Tilicho Peak (7134m), Annapurna I (8091m), and so on. Descending along the bare hills on a sandy path, we reach Lupra Village, which is one of the oldest settlements of this region. In Lupra village, we visit the 11th-century Lupra Monastery, where we can see the paintings of the various deities of Tibetan Buddhism. From Lupra, we descend alongside Panda River until we reach a suspension bridge below Ekle Bhatti. Then an easy walk along the Kali Gandaki River takes us back to the windy town of Jomsom. Overnight at a lodge in Jomsom.

Day 21: Fly from Jomsom to Pokhara 25 minutes 
Early in the morning, we take a flight back to Pokhara enjoying the scenic landscape. You can spend the day in the Lake City either sightseeing or take part in adventure sports. The town offers splendid views of Annapurna (8091m), Machhapuchhre (6993m), Dhaulagiri (8167m), and Manaslu (8156m). In the evening, you can stroll around the lakeside area. Overnight at a 4-star hotel in Pokhara. 

Day 22: Fly from Pokhara to Kathmandu 25 minutes
Late afternoon, we take a 25 minutes flight from Pokhara and fly over the mountains one last time before landing in Kathmandu. You can spend your leisure time exploring the vibrant markets of Kathmandu. Overnight at a 4-star hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 23: Final Departure from Kathmandu
After breakfast at hotel, as per your departure flight time, we drop you at Tribhuvan International Airport for your flight back home. 

Pricing for Group Size Basis: (Private Trip for individual, couple and small group)
All-inclusive Trek Price for single/individual trekker; USD 3485
All-inclusive Trek Price for 2 trekkers basis; USD 2595 per person
All-inclusive Trek Price for 3 trekkers basis; USD 2415 per person
All-inclusive Trek Price for 4 trekkers basis; USD 2225 per person

Join with us Manaslu-Annapurna Circuit Trek in 2024/2025. 

Customize Your Trek: This is a general itinerary, which can always individually be “tailormade”. The trek package can be redesigned or redeveloped as per your taste, For more information please e-mail us at

Important: In case of emergency during the trip, Helicopter will be arranged by Swiss Family Treks & Expedition GmbH. The charges must be paid by the clients themselves.

Price starts from/Adult Status *
USD 2,225
EUR 2.074
SFr 2.059
GBP 1.736
AUD 3.315
CAD 2.959
Trip is available
* Dates can be flexible, please contact us for individual dates.

Our Trek Package Cost includes:
* Airport / Hotel / Airport pick up & transfer by private vehicle.
* 3 nights deluxe single/double/twin bed sharing accommodations with breakfast at 4* Hotel Kathmandu Guest House in Kathmandu.
* 1 night deluxe single/double/twin bed sharing accommodations with breakfast at 4* Hotel Temple Tree Resort in Pokhara.
* Kathmandu guided city/sightseeing tour as per the above itinerary and all entrance fees.
* Domestic flight ticket from Jomsom-Pokhara-Kathmandu and airport tax.
* Meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) with Tea & coffee and hot/cold filter water during the trek.
* 18 nights single/twin bed sharing accommodation in lodge/guest-house during the trek. 
* 1 experienced helpful and friendly English speaking guide and porter (1 porter for 2 people and carry 25kg) for carrying your luggage and their food & accommodation, salary, equipment & insurance.
* Down Sleeping Bag (Minus 30-40 Degree Celsius), Duffel Bag, Spikes, LifeStraw Water Filter for drinking water, trekking map.
* All land transportation by private vehicle.
* Manaslu Restricted Area (Special) permit.
* Manaslu Conservation Area Permit.
* Annapurna Conservation Area Permit.
* All other necessary permits.
* First Aid Medical Kit.
* Agency Service charge.
* All applicable government tax.

Our Trek Package Cost doesn't include:
* Any meals (Lunch and Dinner) in Kathmandu and Pokhara other than breakfast.
* Travel insurance.
* International air fare to and from Nepal.
* Nepal Tourist Visa fees.
* Items and expenses of personal nature.
* Any kind of alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, snacks, laundry, phone call, Internet, battery charging and hot shower.
* Personal Trekking Equipment.
* Emergency Evacuation (Helicopter Rescue).
* Any costs which arise due to a change of the itinerary, because of landslides, domestic flight delays, political disturbance, and strikes etc.
* Any other costs whatsoever, that is not mentioned in the cost included.
* Horse renting and additional porters hiring due to natural calamities during the trek.
* Tips for guide, porters, driver...

                                       Tipping is expected but it is not mandatory.

Manaslu-Annapurna Circuit Trek, 23 Days


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