Manaslu, the eighth highest mountain in the world, is located about forty miles east of Annapurna I. Climibng on Manaslu is becoming popular among eight thousanders as the mountain is climbed in the post monsoon season unline other 8000m. peaks. Mountaineers prefer expedition in Manaslu because of high rates of success and being a good alternative mountain of climbing on Cho Oyu and Sishapangma in Tibet.
The trek to Manaslu base camp is one of the most beautiful treks in the world with ancient snow-free paths, green terraced villages, rushing streams crossed on swinging bridge. Manaslu trek follows the ancient salt-trading route along the steep sided Buri Gandaki River allowing enough time for acclimatization for Manaslu climbing.
The mountain's long ridges and valley glaciers offer feasible approaches from all directions for Manaslu climbing. Possible avalanches in bad weather, crevasses and slippery snow make this mountain a little distinct from other mountains in Nepal. Normally four high camps are established in the approach. Crevasses between Camp I & Camp II and avalanche threat from Camp III to Camp IV are notable in climbing on Manaslu.
1. Equipment allowance, daily allowance & insurance for base camp staff ( Guide, cook, kitchen boy and liaison officer )
2. Food and fuel at the base camp
3. All camping equipment at the base camp such as, member tent, dining tent, kitchen tent, chairs, tables.
4. Trek support for climbing members from Arughat - base camp – Beshishahar.
5. Porters to carry loads from Aarughat - base camp – Beshishahar.
6. Royalty and peak permit
7. Airport arrival and departure
8. Land transportation from Kathmandu – Arughat - Beshishahar - Kathmandu
9. Accommodation at hotels in Kathmandu before and after the expedition on BB plan
1. High altitude food and fuel above base camp.
2. Climbing equipment, tents and personal equipment above base camp
3. Personal accident insurance and emergency rescue evacuation
4. Meals while staying in Kathmandu.
5. Gratuity to trekking and expedition staff