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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.

Oangdi Gurung – guide for Manaslu and Mustang

Want to find a fun and friendly private guide? Try Oangdi Gurung from Ghame in Upper Mustang. He’s a bit more expensive that normal guides, he has good English, Nepal and crucially, Tibetan language, which means he can communicate nicely with the people Tsum and the upper parts of Manaslu. He studied in Pokhara with Nima Dorje, the guy you’ll meet in Samdo at the cyber cafe, who runs the Samdo school also. He spent a long time in

Oangdi has worked for TV companies filming in Mustang, and guided for people from Switzerland, Russia, America, UK, Finland, Denmark among many others. He’s a registered guide and can help you figure out everything from permits to transport.

Contact him on wangtse508@gmail.com or send a message on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/tsering.wangdue.98

Have a great trek with Oangdi!

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Oangdi with his Russian client from November 2014

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Oangdi planning with his porter friend Prem from Makalu region

2 Responses

  1. Martin Klega said on January 22, 2017 at 12:33 am

    Hello Mr. Oangdi Gurung,

    I would like to know if you are available as a Guide for a Manaslu trek. We are a couple, coming to Kathmandu on 15th of March and would like to trek from 18th or around that…for +- 14days.
    What is your price for day? What are other necessary costs that our accommodation and food – permits etc?

    Thank you for your answer

    regards
    Martin and Sabina

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  2. Sonja Billerbeck said on February 21, 2017 at 5:39 pm

    Dear Oangdi, My name is Sonja and I live in NYC in the US. I am originally from Germany, Me and my friend Suze would like to do the Manaslu Circuit in 14 days. We arrive on the March 8th in Kathmandu and would like to start hiking at the 10th. I’ll fly out of Kathmandu on March 26th. We would like to walk for 13-14 days. We are both well trained in our context (living in the US at the moment), means we run/hike/climb halfmarathon/marathon level. We lived in Switzerland and did a lot of hiking and mountaineering . But we have no experience with the Himalaya and the height. We like to challenge ourselves but also want to enjoy and have fun and learn about the local culture.
    Please let us know, if you could arrange a trip for us. That would be great!
    Best

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