Eco Trail Homestay Lower Manaslu Trek

Tour Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival Day in Kathmandu

You will be a meet and greet by Nebula Travels and Tours representative upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu and transfer to the hotel. Late evening leisure stroll in Thamel, a trendy touristic place in Kathmandu and a bustling bazaar which presents a glimpse of Nepal's brilliant ethnic tradition and overnight at the hotel.

Day 02: Kathmandu to Kurintar - Ghairung (1170M).

Kathmandu to Kurintar - Ghairung (1170M). The ride begins with a power to Cable Car Station at Kurintar that may reach after a drive of three hours from Kathmandu. A fifteen minutes cable car trip will take us to the historical Manakamana Temple (1315m), which constructed within the seventeenth century. The temple attracts pilgrims as well as tourists from Nepal and aboard. The trek begins after lunch at the Manakamana area. Bakyaswori Mahadev temple lies around two kilometers north from Manakamana Temple. The temple is believed to have spiritual vigor as people feel dumb youngsters speak after worshipping on the temple. About 500m further uphill is a Lakhan Thapa (founding father of the Manakamana temple) sacred cave which additionally presents a magnificent view of Manaslu Himalaya and the range. From right here, the trek descends to Tinmane Bhanjyang. The village additionally gives a homestay facility. This day trek concludes at Pipalchap village in Ghairung. As no lodging is available within the area, the village offers a dwelling keep facility for viewers and overnight at homestay.

Day 03: Trek from Ghairung to Gorkha Bazaar (1060M).

Trek from Ghairung to Gorkha Bazaar (1060M). From Ghairung, the trek progresses towards the historical place called Bungkot — the birthplace of Nepal's first martyr Lakhan Thapa. Apart from the historic attraction, one other appeal within the village is the Lakhan Thapa Memorial Park. The park residences a bust of martyr Lakhan Thapa. It also has old artifacts like swords of Lakhan Thapa and a stone spout. Locals are preserving these ancient sights on their own without expected outside help. Magars are the dominant populace in this village. Bungkot presents residence stay facility and serves good food making use of in the community grown healthy products. An easy stroll of about 1.5 hours from Bungkot, takes us to Gorkha Bazaar — the district headquarters of Gorkha district. Right here, viewers have several choices for lodging and overnight at the hotel.

Day 04: Gorkha Bazaar excursion.

Gorkha Bazaar excursion. The day spent via traveling intriguing locations in and around Gorkha Bazaar. Gorkha Palace the old Gorkha palace from where King Prithvi Narayan Shah began the unification of modern Nepal lies nearby Gorkha Bazaar. The Palace on the height of the surroundings and is noticeable from all surrounding areas. It also offers visitors with awesome views of valleys and the Himalayan panorama. The Palace is also rich in phrases of medieval structure. Gorkhanath Cave, the cave of Gorakhnath, is headquartered about 10 meters under the Palace. The cave is believed to be the refuge of Gorakhanath Baba (a sage) after whom the district will get its title. The sage is believed to had been the guide of the Shah dynasty. It is for a reason that of his steering and blessing that the Shah dynasty would unify small principalities into trendy Nepal. Gorkha Museum is at Gorkha bazaar. It has a large range of artifacts and personal assets of King Prithvi Narayan Shah along with his 52 toes lengthy chino (small birth print). Apart from these collections, it has additionally on display old artwork, sculptures, cash, and several different articles of historical significance and overnight at the hotel.

Day 05: Trek from Gorkha Bazaar to Sirandanda (1990M).

Trek from Gorkha Bazaar to Sirandanda (1990M). Trek of about 6-7 hours from Gorkha Bazaar takes us to a village referred to as Bhhachek. The power is an exact experience in itself because it passes via narrow and curvy mountain roads overlooking the Daraundi River. A handy hike of about an hour from Ghachek takes us to Sirandanda. Founded at an altitude of 1900 meters, Siran Danda (hilltop) is true to its title because it sits on prime of a small hill. Hyolmo men and women inhabit it. Foremost sights in Sirandanda are Nagepokhari, Dudhpokhari, Bhot Dodar, Chima, Dharadi and a tea backyard. It additionally offers a magnificent view of sunrise and the Manaslu. The village has a rich diversity of ayurvedic herbs like nirmasi, jedamasi, jatamasi, rato unyu, yarsagumba, and satuwa among others. Dwelling keep facility is available within the village. Agriculture produce of the village is healthy potato and unprocessed tea leaves, regardless of having big potential. Sirandanda is struggling to find its location in the nation's tourism map. Overnight at homestay.

Day 06: Trek from Sirandanda to Barpak (1915M).

Trek from Sirandanda to Barpak (1915M). A walk of about 1.5 hours toward the northeast from Sirandanda takes us to Mathar village (1790m). A convenient stroll for roughly 1.5 km from Matha takes us to Ghyachowk for our lunch. Although no motels are available on the subject, we will cask locals to organize lunch. After a trek of around four.5 hrs after lunch through Dewalsara, Sum River, Daraudi River, Goje and Alagang, it takes us to the Barpak village (1920m). Barpak, as a rule, inhabited by way of ex-army guys, can also be trendy because of the village of Late Capt. Gaje Ghale — the recipient of the prestigious Victoria go medal. Gurung and Ghale men and women are the dominant population right here. The village has all basic facilities like round the clock electricity, web facility, medical carrier, and a few hotels. The standard bus provider to Kathmandu is available from the village besides in the course of monsoon. Clustered stone-roofed houses, stone constructed slender alleys, and panoramic view of Buddha Himal are the fundamental attractions of Barpak. For lodging, the village offers a well-equipped house stay facility along with general hotels. Barpak has won many national and global acclaims. The village was nominated as a designated destination in Nepal for Nepal Tourism 12 months 2011. It has hosted several distinguished personalities like the former chancellor of Germany Dr. Roman Herzog and overnight at homestay.

Day 07: Trek from Barpak to Laprak (2100M).

Trek from Barpak to Laprak (2100M). After six hours walk from Barpak through Basukang — a junction that additionally leads to Rupina La move, which preferred amongst Manaslu trekkers -- takes us to the attractive Laprak village (2100M). The village lies in a susceptible landslide zone. The landslide in 1999 had swept away houses and nearly twelve hectares of cultivable land. When you consider that the villagers have been living in steady worry, specifically for the duration of monsoon. The weather becomes cold from November to March. Enormous snowfalls occur within the village for the duration of this time of year. This natural Gurung village can be a trendy stopover for the Manaslu trekkers. There are two lodges within the village, which is out there from Tatopani in the east and Gumda village within the south. The village is the birthplace of late Iman Singh Gurung — the primary character from the Gurung community from western Nepal to summit Mt Everest. Lots of the villagers are engaged in the tourism business, and few of them have also earned global realization and overnight at homestay.

Day 08: Trek from Laprak to Nambai Kharka (2700M).

Trek from Laprak to Nambai Kharka (2700M). A moderate walk of around four hours takes us to Lambai Kharka (2700m). Because the title suggests, Lambai Kharka (kharka manner pastureland in neighborhood dialect) is open pasture land with some transitory houses of Laprakis (individuals of Laprak) which furnish them shelter for the duration of plantation and potato harvest season. Trekkers have to be self-ample for food and lodging. There is no bathroom facility as good. In Nambai Kharka, trekkers are informed to stick with a vegetarian weight loss plan as locals suppose that trekkers will take ill if they slaughter animals and overnight at tented camp.

Day 09: Trek from Nambai Kharka to Tallo Thotneri (1685M).

Trek from Nambai Kharka to Tallo Thotneri (1685M). On this present day, we awoke early and climb to the top of Dharche Danda (3220m). Dharche Danda — the very best point of the diminish Manaslu Trek -- offers pleasant sunrise views and a breathtaking one hundred eighty measure panoramic view of the Himalayan range. Danda holds friendly religious importance among the Gurung community. They offer prayer to the hill deity to hinder natural calamities. Also, no felling of bushes is allowed in the discipline. It's also believed that if tourists offer prayer to the hill deity, they'll be blessed with clear visibility and can ward off misfortune even as on trek. After having fun with sunrise and mountain views, we descend toward one other Gurung village known as Tallo Thotneri. The experience takes about seven hours in total. Though no business lodging facility is to right here, there may be a high-quality dwelling keep facility within the village. Villagers additionally show off their average dances and offer delicacies foods and overnight at homestay.

Day 10: Tallo Thotneri to Gyampesal (1000M)

Tallo Thotneri to Gyampesal (1000M) - The trek on a ninth day progresses toward Sita Cave (1165m) that lies about 1.8 km from Tallo Thotneri. The cave, which lies within the center of dense forest, holds a religious importance amongst Hindus and it is one of the major traveler attractions. On the day of Ram Nawami, celebrated on the ninth day of the brilliant fortnight of the Hindu month of Chaitra (March/April), hundreds of devotees collect to pay homage to Lord Ram. Goddess Sita, the wife of Lord Ram, is believed to have stayed within the cave. The caving experience is exciting and adventurous. After visiting the cave, we trek towards Gyampesal -- the final vacation spot of the trek. The trek takes about just a few hours from Sita Cave. Accommodation at Gyampesal is on the tent or homestay.

Day 11: Gyampesal to Kathmandu

Gyampesal to Kathmandu - We return to Kathmandu vehicle, and it takes around 7 hours to reach Kathmandu and overnight at the hotel.

Day 12: Departure Day from Kathmandu

After having breakfast at the hotel. You will be dropped to Tribhuvan International Airport for your flight back home.

Tour Highlights

  • Travel Destination: Nepal/Manaslu Region
  • Trek Day: 8 Days
  • Group Size: 2 Pax Minimum
  • Transfer: Land Transfer/Trek
  • Trip Type: Easy
  • Meal: Restaurant and Lodge
  • Accommodation: Hotel/Lodge/Home Stay
  • Maximum Altitude: 2700M
  • Best Season: Round the year except Monsoon.
  • Trips Cover: Return Airport Transfer, Kathmandu, Kurintar, Ghairung, Gorkha Bazaar, Sirandanda, Barpak, Laprak, Nambai Kharka, Tallo Thotneri, Gyampesal, All Permission Fees and All Government Taxes.

Bulk discount (by Percent)

Bulk discount adult
# Discount group From adult To adult Value
1 Group 3-6 3 6 3%
2 Group 7-10 7 10 12%
3 Group 11-14 11 14 17%
4 Group 15-20 15 20 22%

Frequently Asked Questions

Please mention the type of accommodation?
It is a mix of homestay and local tea houses.
Please mention per day walking hours during the trek?
We need to walk at least 5 to 6 hours per day.
Please mention major attractions in this trek?
Local People, Culture and Nature are major attractions of this trek.
What/How is the accessibility?
You will drop to Kurintar which is the trek start point and picked up from Ghympesal – Trek ends point to Kathmandu.




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