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The Manaslu Circuit Trek is the best all round tea-house hike in Nepal on the Great Himalaya Trail; the new Annapurna Circuit. No camping needed.

Teahouses in Samagaon

Manaslu Trek week 2!

Sama in the Nubri Valley. Depending on your itinerary, you may arrive here on day 7, 8 or 9.

Four lodges here at the foot of Manaslu. It makes a good first rest day, and though not technically resting it is must to trek up to basecamp, or at least above Birendra Tal. The turquoise water against the backdrop of the Nubri valley makes for great pictures (and great memories of course).

Manaslu Hotel in Sama / Samagaon, nubri valley, on the manaslu trek, nepal

Manaslu Hotel, Samagaon

  • Mount Manaslu Hotel & Lodge
    Bir Bahadur Lama
    Samagaun 3, Gorkha, G.P.Box: 8974, CPC No: 199, KTM,Nepal
    Telephone: +977-993644005, +977-993644006
    Cell:+977-9741172857, 9841575009
    http://mountmanasluhotel.com/

    tphurbu8163@yahoo.com
  • Samagaoun Guest House
  • Norbu Guest House

4 Responses

  1. Jean said on October 18, 2014 at 6:51 am

    Could you tell me if Patricia Ronning, Mitch DeJoung and Valerie Meyer DeJoung (Americans) are resting at your Teahouse. I am concerned for their safety due to the Avalanche.

    Thank you

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    • admin@manaslu said on October 18, 2014 at 1:46 pm

      Don’t worry. No reports from Manaslu of any problems. I am writing from KTM, internet connection not always available up there.

      Reply
  2. Brandon Keefe said on April 28, 2015 at 8:45 pm

    Hi – I booked a 20 day trek through Manaslu with my wife. We were supposed to arrive on Monday (yesterday) but have postponed our trip. We do not want to be a burden on the resource or people in Nepal following the earthquake.

    My outfitter insists that everything is fine and that we should start our Manaslu trek later this week. I’m afraid that many of the people in the villages of the trek have been injured and there homes destroyed. Has anyone been able to communicate with them? What is the status?

    Thank you

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    • admin@manaslu said on May 22, 2015 at 12:37 pm

      Hi – apologies that this did not get a reply. Hopefully you found another location to trek in such as Annapurna as it was not advised to hike the Budi Gandaki directly after the earthquake due to risk of landslides triggered by aftershocks. Hope you visited Annapurna or such.

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