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45 Days
Hotel, Lodge &Tent
Tourist Bus, Car, Jeep, Air-plane
BLD (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
Max Person
Min Person
Best time
September to October

About Trip

“An astonishing feel, rejuvenating nature, and culture; there is no boundary of happiness in your adventurous life- stand on top of the world’s eighth highest peak, Mt. Manaslu (8,163 m/26,781 ft), we render you an extensive 45 days incredible journey of your life”.

Manaslu is the eighth highest mountain in the world at 8,163 meters (26, 781 ft) above sea level. It is located in the Mansiri Himal, Gorkha district, in the west-central part of Nepal. Its name, which means "mountain of the spirit", comes from the Sanskrit word Manasa, meaning "intellect" or "soul".

Mount Manaslu was first summited on May 9, 1956, by Toshio Imanishi and Gyalzen Norbu Sherpa, members of a Japanese expedition team. This Japanese team completed the first serious endeavour to ascend the peak in 1953 from the Budhi Gandaki valley. Mt Manaslu is a highly demanding climbing peak among 14 over 8,000 meters peaks in the world. While climbing up way to Mt. Manaslu, we have an amazing backdrop with a view of Ganesh Himal 7,422 meters (2,4350 ft), Ganesh Pabil 7,140 meters (23,425 ft), Shringi Himalaya 7,161 meters (23,494 ft), Himal Chuli 7,893 meters (25,896 ft) along stunning valley landscape.  However, the expedition is considered one of the most technically challenging expeditions in Nepal.

Before the summit of Mount Manaslu, we will set up 4 high camps above Base Camp 4,800 meters (15,748 ft).  The Camp I will be set at 5,500 meters (18,044 ft), thoroughly Camp 2 will be at 6,300 meters (20,669 ft), Camp 3 will be at 6,800 meters (22,309 ft), and Camp 4 will be at 7,300 meters (23,950 ft).

Introduction of the trail

There are two different trekking routes to reach the Manaslu Base camp. A bus drive from Kathmandu to Besishahar – Dharapani, Tilche, and trek to Vimthang via Larkye pass 5,106 meters (16,752 ft) or take a bus Kathmandu to Arughat – Sotikhola, and trek to Samagau through Buddhist bulking lands. However, we Himalayan Diamond Adventure will follow the Budi Gandaki River valley trail up to Sama village and then we head up to Manaslu Base Camp. We set up a permanent Base Camp at 4,800 meters (15,748 ft), for a long expedition. After short traversing from Manaslu Base Camp, we carefully follow the bamboo marked poles and use fixed ropes to cross the hindrance crevasses and dangerous sections. We make our Manaslu expedition Camp 1 at 5,500 meters (18,044 ft) at the bottom of the North Peak right above the glacier on a protected area.

Likewise, Camp 2 is located at 6,300 meters (20,669 ft), the safe section of the climbing. Although while at this campsite there can be a lot of snow buildup. The climb from Camp 2 to Camp 3 is one of the shortest and only takes around 3 hours. We set up our Camp 3 at the elevation of 6,800 meters (22,309 ft), just below the col to avoid the powerful winds, so we ensure that all our tents are anchored properly. The route continues up the remaining glacier climbing steep sections of snow and ice with safety towards Camp 4 at 7,400 meters (24,278 ft), which is the last camp before the push summit.

The Summit day starts in the late evening, and the route heads immediately up a moderate slope from the summit camp before arriving at the first of the summit tables. The route climbs three separate levels before arriving at the final pyramid slope. From here another short steep slope below the immediate summit is climbed until we reach the pre-summit. The ultimate summit is reached by an exposed technical traverse for around a distance of 70 meters– this section needs to have fixed ropes in place. The climb from Camp 4 to the summit takes between 6-9 hours with 3-5 hours for the descent to Camp 4. The next day, we return to Base Camp to end our successful attempt to climb magnificent Manaslu.

Trip Highlights

Manaslu Expedition Campaign:

Join the Manaslu Expedition campaign - 2021 to conquer the world’s eighth highest peak, Mt. Manaslu (8,163 m/26,781 ft) peak in the Himalaya – be the Hero of Mountain adventurous journey in the world.

Our earlier Manaslu Expedition has achieved a 100% success rate with 1 climber reaching the summit of Mount Manaslu.

Service at Manaslu Base Camp

We set up a permanent Expedition base camp for as long as the Manaslu expedition continues. Each of the members has a personal big size North- face dome tent with a waterproof compact mat with a down-filled mattress for comfort. We provide a carpeted, heated dining hall with luxurious armchairs and a clean fascinating table with solar electricity light that make your stay at base camp as luxurious as possible with internet facilities at hand. We have a separate communication hall, storing tent, shower tent and toilet tent; all is in perfectly hygienic condition and order.

All members of the climbing guides have their own separate tent too, along with dining hall and store tents. And the rest of the base camp staffs has their own sharing two men tent. We have a well-trained expedition chef at base camp to cater to the great meals and expedition team manager to deal with all the required logistics necessary for a successful expedition.

We serve you fresh vegetables, fresh fruit, fresh meat, and bakery items. Our chef prepares us only hygienic meals with a verity of hot and cold drinks (Coke, Juice, beer, wine, and hard drinks) as you like. If some climbers are interested to prepare meal own style you can join the kitchen.

Service at Camp Two

We provide you for Camp 2 the mountain hardware or marmot two men dome tent, waterproof mats, heated dining tent, chairs and table, solar light. The tent should have to share between two climbers. Or you can share your tent with your guide if you sick at night your guide can take care of you.

We provide sufficient and tasty hygienically prepared food at both base Camp and Camp 2 during your Everest expedition. Plenty of high altitudes foods are provided at higher camps. All the expedition load carries from base camp to all the higher camps are included in the cost which most of the other expedition operators charge as extras

Climbing Training/ Refreshment

We stay most of the nights at base camp for proper acclimatization before we head to the higher camps. In base camp time, we refresh you about very essential climbing techniques, glacier travel; walk on ladder skills, Jumaring (Ascending), Active rappelling (Up sailing), Safety placement, use of oxygen, mask and regulator, etc. We will also organize a practical climb of a [6,000 meters/19,685ft] peak (Island peak or Labuche peak) to test your climbing skills before we set out climb towards the final summit.

Before climbers hike to Camp 1, Camp 2 and Camp 3, our guide and support climbing guides will have already set up all our camps up to Camp 3  and deposited all necessary climbing equipment, gears, foods, O2, etc.  After setting up Camp 2 Our guide lead you to Camp 1 for Overnight. The next day you come back to Base Camp. After a few days of staying in Base Camp, the guide leads you to Camp 02 and back to Camp 1 overnight. The following days you come back Base Camp for rest. Afterwards, you climb to Camp 2 for Overnight, again back to Base Camp. After some relaxing days in Base Camp, the guide take you to Camp 2 for Overnight and if you are in good health the guide leads you to Camp 3 and descend to Camp 2. During the acclimatization period, our rest of the support climbing guides will have finished to set up Camp - 4 and then they ensure that all the high camps are well stocked with tents, food, and oxygen for the summit push. We return to base camp for rest and recovery before we attempt to make the summit. After getting confirmation of a favourable weather forecast, we head up with our summit plan to CAMP 2, CAMP 3, Camp 4 and then the SUMMIT. We provide expedition tents on all the higher camps. There will be one Climber and one support climbing guide ratio to ensure that every climber has complete support to enable them to scale the summit and return to Base Camp safely.

Oxygen and Mask Regulator; Very Essential Climbing Gears

Himalayan Diamond Adventure provides all the expedition group climbing gears including all high altitude tents, mat, solar lights, dining tent with chairs and tables, each climber 6 cylinders Russian Oxygen and some extra cylinders Russian Oxygen, each climber each pair Summit masks regulators, and some spares masks regulators. For Nepali guide, 4 litres 4 Cylinders Russian or Poisk Oxygen and each Guide each pair Summit mask and Regulator and some spares Masks and Regulators for Guides and guy ropes, etc in a bid to Everest expedition in Nepal.

Safety Measurement, Weather Forecast, and Communication System

After proper acclimatization and well prepared to push the summit, we will ensure favourable weather forecasts. We always stand on our quality of weather forecast service. It's affiliated with the government of Nepal (Meteorological Division) Mountaineering is itself dangerous cause of high altitude, frostbite, hypothermia, blindness, snowfall, rockfall, avalanches, crevasses and white out.

However, if we are well equipped, we can avoid high risk.  We are very aware of possible happening/accidents in the mountain, so ensure first our safety and then we go to the summit. Incase climber face that unpleasant incident, have a facility of 4 litres Russian Oxygen cylinder with summit mask regulator for emergency cause and all required treatment aids with the guide. That means we are stand-by against any danger in the mountain. Besides these, the guide, as well as the climbers, would be carrying the Satellite phones or Radio sets to approach communication service. Otherwise, focusing the major subject safely, we will arrange all in time even call the Rescue Team or Helicopter and take you down to the low elevation.

After the 100 % success summit rate on our earlier Manaslu Expedition, we are now opening the booking of the Expedition in 2020 to qualified climbers from around the world. We accept a maximum of 9 climbers in a group so hurry and be prepared to make your dream come true to stand on the top of the world to be a hero of adventure journey in the world.

Outlined Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu Airport 1,350m (4,429 ft), transfer to Hotel.

Day 02: Entirely limbing preparation day.

Day 03: Drive to Arughat, Gorkha, and Machhi Khola 930m (3,051 ft),10hrs.

Day 04: Trek to Jagat 1,340 meters (4,396 ft), 7 to 8 hours.

Day 05: Trek to Chisa Pani 1,570 meters (5,151 ft), 3 hours.

Day 06: Trek to Dang 1,860m (6'102 ft), 8hrs.

Day 07: Trek to Namrung 2,630m (8,628ft), 7 hours.

Day 08: Trek to Syala gau 3,500 meters (11,483 ft), 7-8hrs.

Day 09: Hike to Pungyen 4,000m (3,123 ft), Samagau 3,520m (11,546 ft).

Day 10: Head over Manaslu Base camp 4,800m (15,748 ft); 4 hours.

Day 11 - 36: climbing Period, 25 days Camp I - IV summit back to base camp:

Day 37: Back to Sama Gaon 3,520 meters (11,548 ft), 2 hours.

Day 38: Trek to Samdo 3,875 meters (12,713 ft), walk 3 - 4 hours.

Day 39: Cross Larkye Pass 5,106m (16,752 ft), 9 hrs [Vim thang 3,590m (11,778 ft).

Day 40: Trek to Dharapani 1,963 meters (6,440 ft), 9 hours.

Day 41: Drive to Besisahar and Kathmandu 1,350 meters (4,429 ft), 11 hours.

Day 42: Attend to the Nepal tourism board in Kathmandu for reporting. 

Day 43-44 Contingency Days.

Day 45: Finally, the Departure.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu Tribhuvan International airport and transfer to Hotel.

Accommodation: 5 Stars Hotel Yak &Yati

Maximum elevation: 1,350 meters (4,429 ft).

Transportation: Private tourist bus or car.

Meals: Welcome dinner and breakfast.

Welcome to the land of white glowing mountains. Before your landing in Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport, the representative from Himalayan Diamond Adventure will have reached there to welcome you.  We offer you a welcome dinner this evening in the Nepali cultural dance restaurant with your guide’s briefing about the day program tomorrow. The hotel service includes beds and breakfast.

Day 02: Special climbing preparation day, such as permits, gears, and equipment.

Maximum elevation: 1,350m (4,429 ft).

Accommodation: 3 Stars Hotel in Thamel.

Meals: Breakfast.

Today early morning we stay meeting, our group leader will brief us about the expedition. After our meeting, our group leader and the company representative will visit the Nepal tourism board for expedition briefing and legalization to get expedition permits. Meanwhile, our guide and rest of climbers have to reconfirm your necessary climbing gear and equipment for trekking and expedition. If we found you don't have proper equipment and gears, he will help you to collect or take in hire in the trekking shops of Thamel. And in the evening our team leader will brief us about the day program of tomorrow.

Day 03: Scenic bus journey to Arughat Bazar Gorkha and Machhi Khola:

Maximum elevation: 930m (3,051 ft).

Driving hours: 10 to 11 hours, about 150km.

Accommodation: Lodge.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner with hot drinks.

It's the way of 10 to 11 hours in a private vehicle from Kathamndu to Machhi Khola. So we should have to check out our hotel before the sunlight comes to avoid traffics in Kathmandu. At the beginning of our bus journey, we will drive on the busy high way (Prithiwi high way) as far as Abukhaireni Gorkha Rajmarga, then a rough road connects Arughat Machhi Khola or we cross Dhading bridge over the Trisuli River then ride on the Dhading Besi road, it links on the Arughat road, it's still going under the construction. During our bus journey, we will pass a large number of villages, the cultivated lands, rivers, cascades, and subtropical forests with the mountain terrain views, such as the major peaks, Manaslu, Ngadi Chuli, Himal Chuli, Rani peak, Baudha Himal, and Ganesh.

Day 04: Trek to Jagat following the Budhi Gandaki up River:

Maximum elevation: 1,340 meters (4,396 ft).

Trekking duration: 7-8hrs, ascent, 410m.

Accommodation: Lodge.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner with hot drinks.

Today, on the first stage, we take a walk along the newly constructed motorable road following the up Budhi Gandaki River. It's a way of 7 to 8 hours for the normal trekkers from Machhi Khola to Jagat. Leaving form Machhi Khola our steps towards into the giant gorge, the trail is considering with the rockfall till Dovan. The off-road is still under construction, so we walk most of the time along the raw trail today. During the day, our trail passes such beautiful waterfalls, tributaries, green forests, well-made suspension, and wall attached bridges, terraced lands, and T-houses. 

Day 05: Pleasant trip to Chisapani:

Maximum 1,600m (5,249 ft).

Trekking duration: 4hrs, ascent 260m.

Accommodation: Lodge.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner with hot drinks.

Today, we will have a pleasant day. It is a way of 3 to 4 hours for the normal trekkers. The trail gradually ascends up following the Buddhi Gandaki River through the Gurung villages with a captivating view of Shringi Himal and cultivated the farmer’s farmlands. Today, after taking a walk the halfway, we cross a well-made suspension bridge over the Budhi Gandaki River then a short climb to Phillim village. It's a perfect place for a cup of tea and gets the refreshment before reach the lunch place Chisapani.

Day 06: Take a walk into the giant gorge:

Maximum elevation: 1,860m (6'102 ft).

Trekking duration: 8 hours.

Accommodation: T-house.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner with hot drinks.

After the regular morning breakfast time, we trek straight towards the new bridge then the trail gradually ascends to Dyang village. Entirely day, we trek into the giant gorge with jungle shade and following up the Budhi Gandaki river. About 7 to 8 hours off relaxing walking we reach Dyang. There are 2 T-houses, we spent overnight there.

Day 07: Trek to Namrung through the Buddhist farmlands:

Maximum elevation: 2,630 meters (8,628 ft).

Trekking duration: 7-8hrs.

Accommodation:  Lodge.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

Today we trek to Namrung village through the narrow valley. It's a way of 7 to 8 hours for the normal trekkers. Just taking a short walk from the lodge, we cross a suspension bridge over the Budhi Gandaki River, then in no time, the trail rises uphill then drops to a tributary to reach Bihi Phedi. From Bihi Phedi our steps towards straightly to the Gap village through the fascinating Buddhist lands. We take a break at Gap village for a hot lunch and refreshment. After our lunch hour, our steps kick-off to Namrung through the cultivated lands and green forest. At the end of the day, we steeply ascend to Namrung.

Day 08: Trek to Syala through the fascinating Buddhist lands:

Maximum elevation: 3,500m (11,483 ft).

Trekking duration: 8hrs, ascent 870m.

Accommodation: Lodge.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

Today we take a walk through the most culturally and naturally beautiful Tibetan Buddhist lands. During the day our trail passes beautiful villages, mani walls, monasteries, cultivated lands, and jungle with the view of the majestic mountains. Such as Rani peak, Himal Chuli, Ngadi Chuli and Manaslu. About 7 to 8 hours of gentle uphill trekking reach Syala village. Syala is situated below Mount Manaslu was a Yak grassing land in the past. It is the best viewpoint for Manaslu.

Day 09: Side trip of Pung Gyen gompa 4,000m (3,123 ft), head off Samagau:

Maximum elevation: 3,520m, (11,546 ft).

Trekking duration: 6-7hrs, ascent 500m, descent 480m.

Accommodation: Lodge.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner with hot drinks:

Today we take hiking of Pung Gyen gompa, an off beaten place. It's in front of pinnacle Mt. Manaslu. It's a way of 2 to 3 hours for normal trekkers. Pung Gyen glacier links the wide meadow. It is surrounding by majestic mountains. Such as Himal Chuli, Ngadi Chuli ( Peak 19), and Manaslu. It's Yaks, sheep, and horses grazing land in the summer. There is a beautiful monastery at the end of the place. It was destroyed by an avalanche in 1953. After taking a wonderful moment in the paradise, we trek down to Sama Gaun. It's a more touristic place in this remote area. It's naturally and culturally beautiful, where we can find luxurious lodges, with WIFI service.

Day 10: Head over Manaslu Base camp:

Maximum elevation: 4,800 meters (15,748 ft).

Trekking duration: 3-4 hours, ascent 1,280m.

Accommodation: Tent.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner with hot and cold drinks.

Today we are very excited to reach our Manaslu Base Camp. After a usual breakfast, we head off to base camp. The route of Manaslu base camp moves towards to Manaslu Base Camp along the Larkye high pass way not yet crossing down following tributary, and then our trail separates with highlighted trail and our trail towards to uphill way through the forest. About 4 hours of the continuous uphill walk we reach base camp. The way is tough but we will have superb backdrop views.

We will have our own separate tents on base camp where we can relax as we like after meeting with our base camp the staffs. We will have our own crews, kitchen tent, dining tent table chairs, storing tents, toilet, and shower tents. From the beginning to the ending of the expedition we properly management garbage.

We do the availability of hot and cold drinks in our dining hall all the time for the clients or climbers. After some relaxing on the base camp, our group leader will brief us about the expedition, such as base camp management rule, training, and climbing.

Day 11 - 36: Climbing period; 25 days Camp I Camp II Camp III, Camp IV summit back to base camp:

Accommodation: Tent.

Meals: more than 3 times with hot and cold drinks.

We need to climb for 25 days in order to reach the top of Mount Manaslu. We will set four camps above the base camp before reaching the top of Mount Manaslu. We will also have rest days for proper acclimatization in between while ascending the peak before taking the first expedition to Manaslu glacier. The climb commences after we pace on to Manaslu glacier. The path here will be profoundly crevassed. Moving ahead, we will reach the camp I, which is located on a secluded shoulder at the top of Manaslu glacier. Also, there are fixed ropes, which are necessary on most of the path on the way between Camp I and Camp II.

Camp II is located in the flat location safe of a threat, though the site can have heavy snow amassing. This is supposed to be the most challenging section of the Manaslu peak climbing. The way now constantly moves up all the way through the upper glacier to reach Camp III. Camp III falls on a flat saddle lying just beneath the col, here we may experience strong storms. While ascending from Camp III to Camp IV, we will walk up the glacier knitting through some vertical sections of snow and ice where fixed ropes necessary. As soon as we arrive at Camp IV, we will move toward the summit of Mount Manaslu. The peak is reached with one of the challenging traverses for less than 100 meters in linear distance. Overnight at the camp (service includes dinner and breakfast with a cup of tea or coffee).

Day 37: After a successful expedition trek to Samdo:

Maximum elevation: 3,875m (12,713 ft).

Trekking duration: 4 hours, ascent 200m, descent 700m.

Accommodation: Lodge.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner with hot drinks.

After our successful Mount Manaslu expedition, today we return to Kathmandu over the Larkye la pass 5,106 meters. The high pass trail links the Annapurna classic trail. After the successful expedition, we can call the helicopter instead of walking downhill to reach early Kathmandu but the climber should have to pay extra money for the Helicopter fare. 

Day 38: Trek to Dharmasala:

Maximum Elevation: 4,460m (14,632 ft).

Trekking duration: 3-4 hours, ascent 585m.

Accommodation: T-house.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner with hot drinks.

Today is an easy day, It's 3 to 4 hours of the way for the normal trekkers. If the weather is favourable, during the trek, we will be sightseeing the most magnificent view of Himalaya vistas. At the starting of the day, we take a walk straight toward, then the trail rises up by crossing a wood bridge over the tributary then our trail ascends uphill through the old Mani walls. Today most of the time our route runs gentle uphills through the tundra and juniper and Yak pasturelands. After walking half of the trail, we reach the viewpoint. We can see the magnificent view of Samdo peak to our backward and opposite Manaslu north, Nieke peak, and some neighbouring peaks with eye-catching glacier views. If you look around you can see Bharal (blue sheep) too. Now, you will soon reach Dharmasala, where we spend overnight.

Day 39: Make a trek over the Larkya Pass 5,106 meters (16,752 ft):

Maximum elevation: 3,590m (11,778 ft).

Trekking duration: 7-8hrs, ascent 646m descent 1,516m.

Accommodation: Lodge.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner with hot drinks.

Today is the toughest day for trekkers. The trail goes over the breathless Larkye La pass 5,106m (16,752 ft), passing the long moraine and glaciers trail. About 3 to 4 hours of continue slogging on the moraine reach the pass. The high pass trip begins before the sunlights come to make safe trekking. If the trekker makes a late on the pass, it can be faced snowstorm or strong cold wind in the snowfall season on the pass. The trail gradually ascends to the top from the beginning to the end of the pass. The pass is marked with the signboard, rock cairns, and prayer flags. The Larkye la pass offers the exhilarating mountain views. The Himlung, Cheo, Gyajung Khang, and Kangaroo and Annapurna II  are seen excellent in front of us. After Crossing the Pass, the trail drops steeply to Vimthang making a long walk on the rugged trail.

Day 40: Trek down to Dharapani, links Annapurna circuit trail:

Maximum elevation: 1,963 meters (6,440 ft).

Trekking duration: 8-9hrs, descent 1,627m.

Accommodation: Lodge.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner with hot drinks.

The trail several times drops down to ethnic group's villages, such as  Gho, Tilche, and Dharapani through the rhododendron and silver pine wood with remarkable views of Manaslu North and Ngadi Chuli and moreover flowing down Dhudk Khola (sparkling river) view. The rhododendron flower blooms with splashing the pleasant colour into the whole jungle in April and May at this altitude. The colourful rhododendron flowers make enjoyable trekking for the trekkers. After the crossing rhododendron jungle trail, we take a walk on the newly opened motorable road with a beautiful landscape. During the day the trail passes through the well-made suspension bridges, beautiful villages, cultivated farmlands, and following downstream Dudh Khola. Finally, we will cross a well-made suspension bridge over the Marsyangdi River to link the Dharapani Annapurna circuit route.

Day 41: Drive back to Besisahar 820m (2,690 ft) continue to Kathmandu 1,350m (4,429 ft):

Accommodation: 3 stars Hotel.

Driving hours: 10-11hrs by private vehicle.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Farewell dinner.

After taking a walk 14 days on the off-beaten trail, Tsum and Manaslu- Larke pass, today we ride back to Kathmandu. It takes about 10 to 11 hours in the private Jeep or tourist bus. On the first stage, we ride on the off-road, then Besi Shahar to Dumre on the road pitch road following down Marsyandi river. After driving half of the way, our road connects with the Prithvi high way. During the riding, our road crosses many beautiful terraced fields, cities, villages, cultivated lands, and waterfalls, and rivers.

Day 42: Full day Sightseeing of UNESCO world heritage sites:

Accommodation: Hotel.

Maximum elevation: 1,350m (4,429 ft).

Transportation: Private vehicle.

Meals: Breakfast with the buffet system.

Kathmandu, being a (UNESCO world heritage sites), historical and cultural heart of Nepal, is a popular destination for tourists, trekkers, and adventure seekers. The city presents a wonderful mixture of Hinduism, Tibetan Buddhism, and Western influence in the Valley. Patan and Bhaktapur are its two major neighbouring cities, which bear immense historical, cultural, and religious significance. There will be a half-day guided tour to the famous & biggest Hindu shrine Pashupatinath temple, the largest Buddhist stupa in town Boudhanath, the 15th-century palace of 55 windows Bhaktapur, and Swayambhunath stupa. In the evening, there will be a farewell dinner.

Day 43 - 44: Contingency days, there is no guarantee that we will have favourable weather on our planned day 25 to have the summit. So we need a spare day for next try:

We have to climb it while trekking, but there is no guarantee that we will have favourable weather on our planned day 25 for the summit, in case got bad weather we need some spare days for the next try, so we have a reserved day.

Day 45: Departure for home:

Meals: Breakfast with the buffet system.

Transportation: Private vehicle.

We drop you off at the Tribhuvan International Airport at the terminal room in your flight check-in time by tourist Bus or a Car and say bye.

Note:- The conditions stated in the itinerary are especially for the trekker who prefer full package service. At the same time, we also customize the itinerary based on your choice and time. The selection of itineraries and the staffs depends on your need and financial procurement. We have options for any partial visit as per your requirement and financial condition.

Cost Details

  • Transportation: Airport pickup and drop-off by tourist bus or car depending on group size.
  • Press conference arrangement.
  • Four nights 3-star Hotel in Kathmandu with sharing rooms including breakfast service.
  • Transportation: All ground transportation with member’s luggage will be included as mentioned in the Itinerary. 
  • The menu on the client’s choice, Three times meals in a day (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Dessert), with hot drinks, (tea and coffee) during the trekking.
  • T- house (Lodge trek) accommodations during the trek, clean and comfortable.
  • Entry permits: Peak royalty, Special Manaslu permit, MCAP, and ACAP fee. All necessary trekking and peak permits.
  • Guide summit Bonus USD 1000/-  Carrying  Bonus separate for Sherpa.
  • Garbage Management: Human waste Shipment Transfer & Garbage Deposit fees.
  • Necessary documentation and governmental official paper works.
  • Government liaison officer, his insurance, daily allowance, equipment allowance, and flight fares.
  • All necessary Rope fixing team charges.
  • Oxygen (O2):- 4 litres Poisk oxygen cylinder bottle or 4 litres Russian oxygen cylinder bottle each member 3 bottle oxygen cylinders and 01 oxygen cylinder bottles for high altitude Sherpa.
  • Mask & Regulator: 1 set of Summit Mask & Regulator each member and each support climbing guide or guide and one spare Mask regulator in a team. 
  • Good English speaking, well trained skilful and experienced guide, each member can have a one High Altitude Sherpa or guide with his summit Bonus $1000/-
  • Guide and support climbing guide Equipment, daily salary, lodging, and food on the way, transportation and accommodation.
  • Base camp chef: well-trained chef with all his equipment, daily salary, lodging and food on the way, transportation and accommodation.
  • Base camp staff:- Kitchen staff with all his equipment, daily salary, lodging and food on the way, transportation and accommodation.
  • Our base camp meal service:  We serve you made by fresh vegetable and fresh meat very hygienic foods with verity hot and cold drinks.
  • Base camp services:- North Face or Mountain Hardware single tent with comfortable  Mattress.
  • Base camp grouping services: Carpeted, heated dining hall, Kitchen tent, Store tent, communication tent, Toilet tent and Shower tent waterproof compact mat with down-filled mattress and luxurious armchairs with a stable table.
  • Service of higher camps we provide, sufficient necessary equipment, gears, and high foods. Necessary cooking  Gas,  EP gas, cooking pots for a member, high altitude tent, high food for Support climbing guide and guide and climbing grouping gears, like Static ropes, Guide ropes, Snow bars, Ice crews, Lock and unlock necessary carabineers,   (C1), (C2),  (C3) and (C4) and summit.
  • Strong and helpful porters with the proper equipment and side porter, Yaks transportation.
  • Medical supplies (first aid kit will be available).
  • Nepalese Staffs Insurance Policy covered its rescue evacuation, medical treatment and accidental.
  • Government taxes and official expenses.
  • Welcome and Farewell dinner in a tourist standard restaurant.
  • Meals while you are staying in Kathmandu Hotel Lunch and Dinner.
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, early return from mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary.
  • Personal trekking and climbing equipment and gears.
  • Nepal entry visa fee.
  • Any entry fee for temple or monastery, donations or charity.
  • Climber’s Travel insurance policy should be covered it emergency helicopter rescue evacuation, medical treatment and accidental.
  • International Airfare.
  • Your personal expenses like; Hot shower, Laundry, Battery charging, telephone and shopping during the Lodge trek.
  • Alcoholic and nonalcoholic hot and cold drinks, during the trek.
  • Tips for the guide, Kitchen staff, porter and driver (tipping is expected).

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Himalayan Diamond Adventure is stand-by for all times, the best quality services for our regular clients as well as new guests. We are quite thoughtful with our distinguish trekkers or hikers or Mountaineers joy, fun, and safe trip through our company. We are very aware that only our clients and guests can make a pleasant trip with the company’s extensive service and a local professional guide and faithful, and help cook and porters. We accompany you with local experienced, faithful, helpful and intelligent good English-speaking guides and porters, informative in all sectors including weather forecast and caring personals.

Guide/ Porter service:

We have a different category of guides, such as Porter guides, Trekking guides, Support Climbing guides, Mountain guides, French-speaking guides, German-speaking guides, Chinese speaking guides, Culture tour leaders, as your requirement.

Equipment/ Gears service:

We provide you (-25*C) down-filled sleeping bag and (-20*C) down-filled jacket (Pay extra $2 each item each day). For mountaineers if you do not have your own climbing gear we will provide you climbing gears on hire at a reasonable price particularly for your convenience, such Union of International Alpinist Association (UIAA) tested gears. Like a Black Diamond, Helmet, Harness, Crampon, Jumar ATC guide or Figure of 8, Ice axe, Carabiners, and La Sportiva alpine boot.

We provide you with sufficient and hygienic meals and dessert with hot drinks as your choice and book clean and comfortable rooms (hotel) on a mountain in advance of your trip to mountain lodges.

Packaging trips service:

There are more than 300 different trekking routes and 326 peaks open for climbing including 20 royalty-free peaks. Climbing peaks have been divided into 3 categories: A, B and C. in Nepal, we will help you to organize the trip according to your time, budget and choice. We organize a trip for especial solitary (alone) personal as well as a packaged trip for a big group.

Our Extra services:

We also help you to get permits, hiring trekking equipment and other related services i.e. bus reservation, aeroplane ticketing, and hotel booking in Kathmandu and in Mountain.

The conditions stated in the itinerary are especially for the trekker who prefers full package service. At the same time, we also customize the itinerary based on your choice and time. The selection of itineraries and the staff depends on your needs and financial procurement. We have options for any partial visit as per your requirement and financial condition.