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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.

Nepal Trekking Guide for Manaslu, Mr Ram K Rai

Ram is a great guide and a diligent guide. I trekked with him in 2012 with two friends and we had a great time trekking around Manaslu. He can organise your permits, advise you about an itinerary, book you rooms in Kathmandu, and most importantly, take your photo at all the most beautiful places. Contact him via the form below. Have a nice trek!

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Manaslu enquiry

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4 Responses

  1. Sergey said on March 13, 2015 at 9:23 pm

    Dear Sir,

    we plan to do manaslu trek from 24 May to 7 June. Do you have any ideas about possible weather on this route? If you consider weather there in this time bad could you please offer us any other high and beautiful trek with good view to snowing peaks?

    With best regards,
    Sergey.

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  2. Jeff said on December 10, 2015 at 12:07 pm

    Looking to do GHT Rt 6 from Langtang to Anapurna. December 12 (or so) looking for treking partners and guide.

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  3. Angus said on January 7, 2016 at 1:25 pm

    I can also highly recommend Ram as a guide for the Manaslu Circuit trek.

    It was my first time with a guide and I was very glad I found Ram. Ram met me at my KTM guest house. His English is fine but he brought along a friend to clarify the details; that was helpful. He was lots of knowledge about the route and also helped me to hire some additional equipment.

    Ram knows the route very well and picked out some great lodges along the way. He took really good care of all the small things and that made this challenging trek much easier. The trails are quite challenging but Ram was quite attentive and always there at exactly the right time.

    Ram’s English is fine but he does talk quite quietly, so a little patience is needed during the briefings.

    Myself and trekking partner very very satisfied with Ram’s service and would certainly hire him again.

    Well done Ram. I couldn’t have done it without you!

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  4. Stephen Price said on January 25, 2017 at 5:43 am

    We are interested in doing the Manaslu Trek Oct 1 – 14 this year (2017).

    My wife is Nepali citizen. We did the Annapurna circuit in May/June couple of years ago and are in decent shape.

    We intend to use a Porter/guide combo to share in our load.

    Is there a way to get permits without having to go to the Nepal Tourist Board office at Bhrikuti Mandap? It’ll be very crowded that time of year!

    Being that my wife is Nepali citizen, we shouldn’t need permits for her as far as I know. We will be in Chitwan for festivals before and after the trek as that is where our Nepali family is.

    Here is our projected itinerary.

    Day 1: Drive Chitwan to Soti Khola.
    Day 2: Trek Soti Khola to Khorlabeshi
    Day 3: Khorlabeshi to Jagat.
    Day 4: Trek from Jagat to Deng
    Day 5: Trek Deng to Namrung.
    Day 6: Trek Namrung to Sama Gaun with lunch in Lho
    Day 7: Acclimatization day hiking from Sama Gaun to Manaslu Base Camp and back
    Day 8: Rest day in Sama
    Day 9: Trek Sama Gaun to Samdo
    Day 10: Stay Sambdo – Explore the valley north of Samdo toward Tibet and the Gyala Bhanjyang pass
    Day 11: Trek Samdo to Dharamsala.
    Day 12: Dharamsala to Bimthang over Larka La
    Day 13: Bimthang to Tilje.
    Day 14: Tilje to Dharapani and then jeep from Dharapani to Besisihar and bus to Chitwan

    Can you direct us on a guide or agency as this is a restricted area requiring such?

    -Stephen Price-

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