Manaslu Circuit Trek

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Trip Fact:
  • Duration 12 Days
  • Difficulty Level Moderate
  • DestinationNepal
  • Max Altitude5106m/16808 ft
  • AccommodationHotels in Kathmandu and Guest houses/lodges during trekking
  • MealsBreakfast in Kathmandu and All meals during the trekking
  • Trip Start/EndArughat/Besisahar
  • Group Size2-25 pax
  • Best SeasonMarch, April, May, September, October and November are the best months.

What to Expect:

  • An adventurous trek in the remote Himalayan terrain in one of the restricted areas in Nepal
  • One of the most famous offbeat treks with epic scenery, untouched nature, tall mountains, and welcoming locals
  • Come across lush vegetation and birds while trekking through dense forests and meadows
  • Hike to the base camp of the eighth-highest mountain in the world and cross the challenging Larkya La pass
  • Meet with the Nubri community and explore Tibetan refugee villages
  • Get to see the daily life and culture of the locals and visit ancient monasteries like Pun Gyen Gompa
  • Explore the stunning Birendra Lake and hike to the Nepal-Tibet border
  • Enjoy a less crowded trekking route with stunning mountain landscapes
  • A life-changing trekking program in the Himalayas

Follow an adventurous Himalayan terrain in one of the restricted areas in Nepal during the Manaslu Circuit trek. It is one of the most famous offbeat treks in the Himalayas, which offers epic scenery, untouched nature, tall mountains, and welcoming locals. In less than two weeks, you can complete one of the most sought-after trekking programs in Nepal by doing the Manaslu Circuit.

On the Manaslu Circuit trek 12 days, you will travel far away from the bustle and noise of the modern world. The journey presents you with the stillness of nature, gorgeous waterfalls, lush forests, gushing rivers and streams, and the chirping of birds. You will explore different climatic zones, from dense vegetation to meadows and glaciers.

The Manaslu Circuit trek is one of the top challenging treks in Nepal for a reason. Even though its popularity is rising, the trail remains less crowded because of the expensive restricted area permit. The route is inside the Manaslu Conservation Area, and towards the end of the trek, you will also enter the Annapurna Conservation Area.

What is it like doing the Manaslu Circuit trek?

The Manaslu Circuit trek in Nepal takes you close to the eighth-highest mountain in the world, Mt. Manaslu. You will trek up to the Manaslu Base Camp before crossing the Larkya La pass (5,160 m/16,929 ft). Larkya La is the highest point of this trek and also the most demanding segment of the trail.

The Manaslu Circuit trekking route is located close to the Nepal-Tibet border, so it is a restricted area for foreigners in the county. These days, the Manaslu Circuit trek has become one of the perfect alternatives to the famous Annapurna Circuit trek.

If you have already done Annapurna Circuit and are looking for equal/more adventure, choose Manaslu Circuit as your next trip. We have seen some trekkers combining the Manaslu Circuit trek with the Annapurna Circuit these days. As the Manaslu Circuit trek ends in Dharapani, you can continue the Annapurna Circuit trek from here. You will need 8 to 10 days extra.

Unlike the famous Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Base Camp trek, the Manaslu Circuit trek is difficult in terms of terrain, altitude, and tourist infrastructure. This trekking route is much more remote and pristine. Trekkers have to spend nights in simple tea houses, and the services are limited and costly.

We only recommend the Manaslu Circuit trek to individuals who have previous trekking expertise and understand the hurdles of the Himalayan trail. Every day, six hours of walking are given on this trek, so trekkers have to be physically and mentally fit.

Overall, the Manaslu Circuit trek is very adventurous and a life-changing expedition if you are well prepared for it!

What to expect during the Manaslu Circuit trek in Nepal?

During the Manaslu Circuit trekking, you will start walking via forests of oak, pine, rhododendron, fir, etc. The trail gradually ascends from the steamy lowland, crossing the Budhi Gandaki River many times to glacier moraines. The route is very scenic. You will witness diverse landscapes throughout the trek.

Before you reach the Larkya La pass, you will spend nights in villages like Machha Khola, Jagat, Deng, Namrung, Sama Gaon, Samdo, and Larkya Phedi. Meet with communities like Gurung, Nubri, and Tibetan refugees in the villages and get to see the daily lifestyle and culture. The trail is dotted with stupas and chortens.

In between the trek, there will be two acclimatization breaks in the Sama Gaon and Samdo villages, respectively. On the acclimatization days, you will hike to the Pun Gyen Gompa, Birendra Lake, Manaslu Base Camp, and the Nepal-Tibet border. These hikes allow you to get used to altitude and avoid altitude sickness.

Moreover, you will also get to see stunning mountain views from all the hiking points. In fact, trekkers get to witness breathtaking panoramas of mountains like Manaslu (8,163 m/ 26,781 ft), Shringi Himal (7,155 m/23,474 ft), Simnang Himal (6,251 m/20,508 ft), Kang Guru (6,981 m/22,903 ft), Naike Peak (6,211 m/20,377 ft), and many others along the trail.

How to prepare for the Manaslu Circuit trek 12 days?

The Manaslu Circuit trek is physically and mentally demanding. Walking long hours on uphill and downhill terrain for most of the day while the altitude increases every minute can get very exhausting, especially if you are not well prepared and ready to handle the pressures.

So, you have to improve your strength and stamina for a better trek experience. We recommend regular, or if possible, daily 2 to 4 hours of walking. Likewise, you can exercise and train your body. Get into cardio, like swimming, cycling, hiking, running, etc. These activities will help you get ready for the Manaslu Circuit trek.

Join the Manaslu Circuit trek with Dream Heaven Adventure

The Manaslu Circuit trek with us is safe and hassle-free. Our friendly and professional team will help you with everything in Nepal. You can customize the Manaslu Circuit trek itinerary with us. Likewise, you can also choose your preferred departure dates.

We are dedicated to curating the best trekking experiences in Nepal. Our itineraries are flexible. For instance, you can extend the Manaslu Circuit trek to Tsum Valley right on the way if you feel like exploring it. We are always there to make your travel as comfortable, smooth, and safe as possible.

Book the Manaslu Circuit trek 2024/2025 departure with us to get top-notch service. Moreover, we also have the finest Manaslu Circuit trek cost in the market. You will not regret trekking with us in Nepal. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.


Distance: 170 km/105 miles
Altitude: 930 m / 3051 ft
Duration: 9-10 hours

You will begin the Manaslu circuit trek with a long, scenic bus ride from Kathmandu to Machha Khola. Follow a well-made highway, enjoying beautiful views of lush hills and snow-capped mountains. The road is bumpy from Arught onwards, but the scenery will keep you in awe. Mountains like Langtang Lirung, Annapurna, Manaslu, and Ganesh Himal are visible during the drive.

Manaslu circuit trek

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner/Local cuisine
  • 930 m

Distance: 22.2 km/13.7 miles
Altitude: 1,410 m/4,625 ft
Duration: 6 hours

The trail from Machha Khola follows the Budhi Gandaki River and goes through a lush forest. You may see langur monkeys, different butterflies, and birds on the way. The vegetation is quite rich in this part of the trail. Reach Khorla Besi and follow an uphill route to Tatopani.

Take a break here to enjoy the natural hot spring and continue trekking to Doban, crossing a suspension bridge. Soon, you will navigate a landslide area and arrive at Yaruphang. Cross a wooden bridge and trek to Jagat for the night stay.

Manaslu circuit trek

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner/Local cuisine
  • 1,410 m

Distance: 19.9 km/12.3 miles
Elevation: 1,804 m/5,917 ft
Duration: 6-7 hours

You will leave Jagat after a delicious breakfast. The trail ascends via lush forests to Deng. From here, continue walking following a flat track and cross a long suspension bridge over the Budhi Gandaki River. The trail will lead you to Philim and pass by dense forests of rhododendron and pine to Deng.

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner/Local cuisine
  • 1,804 m

Distance: 19.5 km/12.1 miles
Elevation: 2,630 m/8,626 ft
Duration: 6 hours

The next village you will trek to is Namrung. Leaving Deng, you will cross a suspension bridge and trek on an uphill route. Reach a settlement called Rana and continue trekking west to Budhi Gandaki Valley. The trail goes through dense forests and passes by mani stones. You will reach Ghap and trek from here to Prok village. The view of Shringi Himal is phenomenal from Prok. Further, the trail ascends to Namrung village.

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • 2,630 m

Distance: 24.7 km/15.3 miles
Elevation: 3,530 m/11,581 ft
Duration: 7-8 hours

From Namrung, the trail gradually ascends to Sama Gaon. Follow a steep, rocky track to lovely Lihi village. Cross a stream that originates from Lindanda Glacier and trek to Sho settlement. You get to see superb views of Simnang Himal along the way. Further, you will trek to Lho village, following a steep and rocky path.

From Lho, the trail continues via bushes and rhododendron grooves to Shyala village. You will then trek via farming fields and landslide debris. Cross small bridges on the way. Further on the way, you will also cross a small stream draining from the Punggen Glacier. The scenery is barren and rustic.

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner/Local cuisine
  • 3,530 m

Duration: 4-5 hours

Today is your acclimatization day in Sama Gaon. You have the option to hike to Manaslu Base Camp and Pun Gyen Gompa. Both of these places are situated in the opposite direction. You can hike to one of them or explore both places as you wish. On the way to Manaslu Base Camp, you will also come across the stunning and isolated Birendra Lake.

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner/Local cuisine
  • 3,530 m

Distance: 8.2 km/5 miles
Elevation: 3,875 m/12,713 ft
Duration: 3/4 hours

From Sama Gaon, the trail ascends to Samdo. It is a Tibetan refugee village. The trail steeply ascends via pastures. As you trek, the valley opens up, and towering mountains come into perspective. Trek above the tree line and ascend to a ridge. Then, cross a small wooden bridge and trek past a settlement called Kani. From here, trek to Samdo. You will witness a jaw-dropping panorama of Ngadi Chuli, Manaslu, and Simnang Himal from this village.

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner/Local cuisine
  • 3,875 m

Today, you will spend one last rest day in Samdo village before continuing towards the Larkya La pass. In the morning, you have an option to hike to the Tibetan border. It will be an offbeat, scenic hike to an isolated area. During the hike, get to see wonderful mountain and glacier views. Spend the remaining day in Samdo resting and recovering.

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner/Local cuisine
  • 4,460 m

Distance: 11.7 km/7.2 miles
Elevation: 4,480 m/14,698 ft
Duration: 4/5 hours

Larkya Phedi is the last settlement before the Larkya La. It is also the lap of the pass. From Samdo, you will begin trekking via fields. On the way, you will come across many mani walls. Cross a wooden bridge and trek across the Athahra Saya River. You will then continue walking following the Larke River and ascend to Larkya Glacier. The trail goes around the Salkha Khola Valley and gradually ascends to Larke Phedi/Dharmashala.

Manaslu circuit trek

  • 4,480 m
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner/Local cuisine
  • Guest House/Lodges

Distance: 24.7 km/15.3 miles
Elevation: 5106m/16808 ft
Duration: 8/9 hours

Today, you ascend to the top of the Larkya La pass. First, the trail descends from Larke Phedi and goes through a moraine. You will keep descending to a small lake, and from here, follow an unclear, rocky track. Cross the south steep grass slope and follow a marked trail that descends to four frozen lakes.

From here, you will ascend following a steep route to the top of the Larkya La pass. The mountain view is surreal from the top of the pass. The next part of the trek involves descending from the pass. You will cross a moraine and follow a downhill grassy moraine to a small meadow and trek to Bimthang for the night stay.

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner/Local cuisine
  • 3,590 m

Distance: 16 km/10 miles
Elevation: 1,910 m/6,266 ft
Duration: 6-7 hours

On this day, you will trek from Bimthang to Dharapani village. The trail ascends and descends to the Budhi Gandaki River. You will trek via rhododendron forests that open up to Karche. From here, you will trek following a river bank to Gho.

From Gho, you will descend to Dharapani. The trail is not steep and mostly goes via forests and some small villages. On the way, you will also trek via Tilje and Thonje villages. The mountain views are fantastic, along with the lush greenery of the area.

  • Guest House/Lodges
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner/Local cuisine
  • 1,910 m

Distance: 224 km/239 miles
Elevation: 1,400 m/4,593 ft
Duration: 9/10 hours

After a big breakfast, drive from Dharapani to Besisahar. The road is rugged and follows the Marsyangdi River. You will drive past Bhulbhule and Khudi. From Besishar, you are most likely to change a vehicle to a relaxing fleet and drive comfortably to Kathmandu.
You will reach Kathmandu by the late afternoon/evening hours. Spend the remaining time in the city, resting and exploring the bustling Thamel's streets. Window shop and later meet us for farewell dinner. We will also provide you with the trek completion certificate during the dinner.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 14,00 m

For the Nar Phu Valley Trek, we require a minimum of 2 participants. Please allow one full working day (excluding public holidays) for processing the special restricted area permit.

Cost Details


  • All necessary airport picksup and drops ( request with your flight details)
  • 11 nights accomodation in Mountain ( guest house/lodges)
  • Meals for the entire trip ( breakfast/lunch/dinner)
  • Trekking guide for entire trip ( Kathmandu to Kathmandu)
  • Special Manaslu (Restricated area) permit
  • ACAP and MCAP permits for the trek
  • A comprehensive medical kit
  • All necessary equipments for the staff
  • All the government and local taxes
  • Kathmandu to Machhakhola and Besisahar to Kathmandu by bus
  • Dharapani to Besisahar drive by local sharing jeep


  • Hotel and Meals in Kathmandu
  • Necessary porter for the trip
  • Travel insurance for your trek
  • Any others expenses
Add-Ons & Options

Porter Services:  Make your journey hassle-free with our porter service. Our experienced porters are ready to assist you with your baggage. Each porter can carry up to 20-22 kg of luggage, ensuring a comfortable and convenient experience for you. Sit back, relax, and let our porters handle your belongings with care.
Porter Cost: $240 USD for the entire trip per porter.

Private Jeep: Experience the convenience of our private jeep service for your travels. Each private jeep can accommodate up to 7 passengers, making it an ideal choice for groups or families. Enjoy a comfortable and personalized journey with our experienced drivers.
Private Jeep Cost: $180 USD per jeep.

Dates & Price

Trip DatePriceAvailability 
Start DateFridaySeptember 27, 2024End DateTuesdayOctober 08, 2024StatusStatusAvailablePricePriceUS $950
Start DateSaturdaySeptember 28, 2024End DateWednesdayOctober 09, 2024StatusStatusAvailablePricePriceUS $950
Start DateMondaySeptember 30, 2024End DateFridayOctober 11, 2024StatusStatusGuaranteedPricePriceUS $950

Good to Know

Manaslu Circuit trek permit

Trekkers who want to do the Manaslu Circuit trek have to obtain three permits from the government of Nepal. Our team will help you get the permits. You have to be present in the Nepal Tourism Board office in Kathmandu to get the restricted area permit. Our team can obtain other permits on behalf of you.

Manaslu Conservation Area Project (MCAP) permit: USD 30 per person
Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) permit: USD 30 per person

Special Restricted Area (Manaslu RAP) permit cost:

September to November: USD 100 per person for the first seven days and an additional USD 15 per person per day from the eighth day onwards.
December to August: USD 75 per person for the first seven days and an additional USD 10 per person per day from the eighth day onwards.

When is the best time to do the Manaslu Circuit trek?

The Manaslu Circuit trek route traverses different climatic zones and elevations, so trekkers come across varied weather and climates throughout the trek. So, you must choose the right time to trek to have the best trekking experience. Spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) are the top trekking periods.

The trail is in good condition in spring and autumn. You will get ample daylight hours to enjoy nature and the journey. There is less chance of snowfall or rainfall. The mountain vistas are clear and stunning. Likewise, the vegetation and waterfalls, streams, and rivers are teeming. The temperature ranges between 5°C to 25°C.

The nights and mornings are comparatively colder than the daytime. In general, the upper part of the trekking route is on the cold side. Trekking in other months, like June, July, August, December, January, and February is much more difficult because of unfavorable weather and poor trail conditions. Make sure to pick the right weather to suit your requirements.

Manaslu Circuit trek difficulty & altitude sickness

The Manaslu Circuit trek is challenging. Even though the trek difficulty varies from person to person, in general, this trek is considered one of the most demanding treks in the Himalayas of Nepal. The Manaslu Circuit trek is a high-altitude, offbeat trek that crosses a difficult mountain pass called Larkya La.

To complete the Manaslu Circuit trek, trekkers have to be physically and mentally strong. They need to walk 6 hours on average daily on rugged, steep terrain. To keep walking, they need both physical and mental effort. On top of that, the remote nature of the Manaslu Circuit demands patience, adjustments, and understanding.

It is not impossible to complete the Manaslu Circuit trek, even for beginners, if they are well prepared. But we highly recommend that individuals gain knowledge about the Manaslu Circuit trekking region and the overall expectations one should have on this trek because it is unlike the famous treks in Nepal.

The trekking route starts via dense forests and ascends to meadows and glaciers. On the way, you will cross landslide debris and suspension bridges. The elevation rises every day until you reach the top of Larkya La pass. The thin air and overall environmental pressure add to the difficulty of the trek.

Make sure to fully utilize your acclimatization days. Go on the hike, and rest and recover during the rest of the day. Be careful while trekking, and keep yourself hydrated. Have lots of food and get plenty of rest. You can only enjoy the true adventure if you are in your best shape, so do not overlook your well-being.

If you feel any discomfort, inform your guide. Things like headache, vomiting, difficulty in breathing, insomnia, nausea, etc are the early signs of altitude sickness. Be aware of them and take first aid if you see these symptoms. Be positive and try to adjust. You will enjoy the trek most this way.

Manaslu Circuit trek travel insurance

Given the risks of altitude sickness, injuries, natural disasters, etc, trekkers must buy travel insurance for the Manaslu Circuit trek. The insurance should mandatory cover the emergency helicopter evacuation and medical bills. It will provide you safety in case any unseen circumstance arises & you have to leave the trail immediately.

Remote trekking regions like Manaslu lack a lot in terms of health and transportation facilities, so helicopter evacuation remains the single best shot to provide immediate rescue to the needy. Without travel insurance, it is hard to get the rescue service because of payment issues. So, make sure your travel insurance covers helicopter evacuation in the Himalayas.

Accommodation and meals during the trek

The accommodation during the Manaslu Circuit trek is simple but comfortable and safe. The trail is dotted with tea houses operated by the locals of the region. Tea houses offer shared rooms and washrooms with meal services to the trekkers. Facilities like hot showers, WiFi, and charging usually cost a few extra bucks because of limited resources.

In the tea house, you will get a decent variety of food to enjoy. Rice and noodles are the main food base. From famous dal bhat to momos and thukpa, the menu has many other options. Veg items are largely found more than non-veg. Ingredients are always fresh in veg dishes. Meats are mostly frozen.

Boiled drinking water is widely available everywhere for the trekkers. It also costs way less than buying mineral water bottles. Trekkers are recommended to carry reusable water bottles and water purification tablets. A variety of tea, coffee, sops, and local alcohol is also found in the tea houses.

We recommend avoiding alcohol until you reach the highest point of the trek. After that, you may have it. Pack your favorite snacks for the journey. Likewise, carry ample Nepali cash on you for personal expenses. There is no ATM along the Manaslu Circuit trek route.

Manaslu Circuit trek guide and porter

As per the restricted area rules in Nepal, foreign trekkers compulsorily have to do the Manaslu Circuit trek with a Nepali-registered guide. Moreover, the trek also has to be organized by a registered local trekking company like us. You cannot hire an independent guide to do the Manaslu Circuit trek.

If you do the Manaslu Circuit trek with us, you will get the best professional guide and porter. They will accompany you throughout the trek and make the journey hassle-free. Given the Manaslu Circuit terrain complexity, it is best to do this trek with a knowledgeable individual.

You will get to learn a lot about the region and the locals. Similarly, the porters will carry the duffle bags during the trek. This allows you to trek freely and safely. As the terrain is steep and rugged with many uphill and downhill walks, porters make the walk safe for you by carrying the heavy load.


  • Q1. Is the Manaslu Circuit trekking safe?

    Yes, the Manaslu Circuit trek is safe for all ages of trekkers. It is a guided program where you will be accompanied by professional mountain guides and porters. Likewise, our office team organizes all the transportation and accommodations for the journey. You will get full support from us during the Manaslu Circuit trek.

  • WiFi and cellular networks along the trail are decent in the villages at the lower elevation. However, as the elevation rises, the network becomes unstable because of the remoteness of the region and the weather.

  • The standard Manaslu Circuit trek itinerary is usually 14 to 17 days long. If you combine the Tsum Valley excursion, the itinerary can get 5 to 7 days longer. For travelers short on time, we have crafted a short Manaslu Circuit trek itinerary, which is only 12 days long.

    There is no arrival or departure to/from Kathmandu in the 12 days itinerary, so trekkers have to be present in Kathmandu at least one day before the trek starts to obtain a restricted area permit and prepare for the journey.

  • The Manaslu Circuit is a challenging trek in the Himalayas. It is an offbeat trek that follows a less crowded route in the western Himalayan section. This trek is challenging in terms of terrain, high altitude, daily walking hours, and scarce tourist infrastructure.

  • Manaslu Circuit and Annapurna Circuit both are top treks in Nepal. Manaslu Circuit is less established than the Annapurna Circuit and because of the expensive restricted area permits, only a handful of trekkers explore it. Therefore, the Manaslu Circuit trek offers a less crowded trekking region.

  • The 12 days Manaslu Circuit trek cost starts at USD 950 per person. As per the itinerary and services included in the package, the price may differ.

  • Yes, the Manaslu Circuit trek is way more harder than the Everest Base Camp. During the Manaslu Circuit trek, you have to walk on steep and rugged terrain, which requires more effort and caution. Likewise, the facilities along the Manaslu Circuit trail are also limited compared to the EBC trek route. Trekkers have to be physically and mentally strong as well as have previous trekking experience to join the Manaslu Circuit trek.

  • No, you cannot do the Manaslu Circuit trek without a guide. Legally, foreigners are not allowed to travel without a licensed Nepali guide in the Manaslu region because it is a restricted area in Nepal.

  • The Manaslu Circuit trek is moderate level trek. However, if you have previous high altitude experience, can walk 6 hours a day, and understand the challenges of the Himalayas, you may consider the Manaslu Circuit trek as your first attempt.

Client Reviews

  • Stefano Zompoga
    Stefano ZompogaAustralia |December 13, 2023

    Manaslu circuit and Tsum Valley

    Had an amazing journey with fantastic people. Suman was really helpful at every stage, exceeding our expectations with quick and detailed customer service during our trek. Our guide Sudip was incredibly supportive, guiding us through challenges like crossing Larke Pass despite tough weather and town closures at the end of the season. We're thankful for that and would happily book with them again because we couldn't find any faults.

  • Lisa Skillen
    Lisa SkillenNetherlands |July 01, 2023

    A remarkable and unforgettable adventure

    We had an incredible time with the Dream Heaven Adventure Team. Suman was absolutely outstanding! Right from our initial inquiry to the very end, he displayed remarkable promptness and responsiveness. The customer service we received was truly exceptional. Our guide, Hari, surpassed all expectations and became a lifelong friend. The trek arrangements were of the highest quality. This is our second trek with this company, and we cannot express enough positive sentiments about them. We highly recommend their services.

  • George and Clarie
    George and ClarieUnited Kingdom |June 08, 2023

    Unforgettable Manaslu Trek

    My girlfriend and I successfully completed Manaslu trek with the assistance of Dream heaven adventure. Our guide Kumar and Porter Sitaram went above and beyond to ensure our safety and enjoyment throughout the trip. Their extensive knowledge of the mountains was impressive, and they eagerly shared their experiences with us.
    They took great care in providing us with sufficient food and water, assisting us with our equipment, and motivating us to conquer the final stages of the trek. They were always punctual, kept us informed about trekking conditions and weather updates, and alerted us to any potential risks or hazards. If you're considering a Manaslu trek in Nepal, I strongly encourage you to seek out their services, you won't be disappointed!


  • Nicole Fouche
    Nicole FoucheAustralia |April 27, 2023

    Spectacular Trekking Experience on the Manaslu Circuit

    We went on a trek to Manaslu Circuit with Dream Heaven Team during the first week of April 2023. This journey was truly remarkable and will be cherished by us forever. Right from the timely airport pick-up on the first day to our departure from Kathmandu on the last day, everything was executed punctually.

    Our trekking guide, Shambhu, along with porters Sitaram and Suraj, ensured our safety and facilitated an incredible experience. Shambhu’s vast knowledge and patient comportment were admirable. Their assistance and support along the trail and at the tea houses were greatly appreciated. The Larke Pass, in particular, presented a challenge, and without Shambhu’s guidance and motivation, reaching the top would have been difficult.

    I highly recommend that anyone opting for Dream Heaven Adventure specifically request Shambhu as their guide. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the entire team at Dream Heaven for creating an once-in-a-lifetime adventure that we will never forget.


  • Corey Shagool
    Corey ShagoolUnited States |April 07, 2023

    Manaslu Circuit Trek most memorable trip ever!!

    The Manaslu Circuit Trek was the most memorable trip I've ever taken. Suman from Dream Heaven was great. He always responded quickly to all our questions making us feel very assured. Our trekking guide, Hupi, was extraordinary! He led us through the Manaslu trek with a continuous smile. We always felt safe and encouraged. It is a challenging hike for sure! Dil,our porter, carried our heavy duffle bag with ease and a smile.
    The experience was unforgettable. The Dream Heaven team is the best and very highly recommended for any of the Nepal hikes you choose.

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