Tsum Valley and Manaslu Circuit Trek

Price starts from

USD 2390

Meal

Breakfast in Kathmandu & Full meals on a trek

Start & End Point

Kathmandu/Kathmandu

Transportation

Private transport

Accommodations

Hotel and Lodge

Activity

6-7 hours walking

Max Altitude

5,160mt/16,929ft

Trip Grade

Challenging

Best Time

March to May & September to November

Overview

Adventurers are always on the hunt for new places to explore. Particularly in trekking adventures, while exploring a certain region, many of the places are missed because of the limited route and time. As a trekker, it is obvious that he or she will seek a thrilling adventure while connecting with the natural landscapes, culture, and heritage of the region along the way. And to do it deeply, he or she will have to explore all parts of the region. Therefore, by doing the full exploration, trekkers will have a lot better experience overall. So to indulge and enjoy this sort of adventure, we want to introduce you to our Tsum Valley and Manaslu circuit trek route, which has been proven as one of the most complete trekking journeys in the western Himalayas.

Firstly, you will head on to Tsum Valley which will take you through the uncharted and unspoiled valleys of Nepal's Manaslu region, which provides tourists with a very intriguing and culturally diverse experience. Next, the journey will take you through the Mount Manaslu Circuit, where you will be graced with incredibly breathtaking mountain scenery, especially the gorgeous views of Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, with its terraced farms, cascading waterfalls, and lush green valleys that you won't soon forget. Furthermore, both of the trek is made even better by the wonderful hospitality of the locals. You'll get the chance to meet the welcoming locals along the road, participate in their daily activities, and develop a greater understanding of their way of life in this 24-day journey.

The Tsum Valley and Manaslu Circuit trip, on its whole, is a breathtaking journey that offers the ideal fusion of cultural exploration and Himalayan adventure. Moreover, this journey offers a rare chance to see the Manaslu region's pristine beauty, learn about historical customs, and test your physical ability in the presence of breathtaking natural scenery. If you're an experienced trekker and seeking a transformative journey, this trek promises an unforgettable experience that will leave you with lifelong memories.

Itinerary

Hello! And welcome to Nepal! It is a pleasure to have you come to our beautiful nation for this exciting adventure. As soon as you land at Tribhuvan International Airport, one of our staff will pick you up and transport you to one of the finest hotels in Kathmandu. You will freshen yourself once you get to the hotel and then loosen up for a bit. After having plenty of rest at the hotel, you'll be prepared for the briefings on the trip at our office or the hotel.

During this brief conversation, we will go over all the specifics of our journey across the Tsum Valley and the Manaslu circuit. Throughout this discussion, you are welcome to ask any questions you may have. Overnight in Kathmandu Hotel.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
1,300m/4,264ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

3 Star Hotel 

You're going to have an interesting day in a valley today. After breakfast, we'll begin our day tour of the city. It takes over half a day to go to the major sites in the Kathmandu Valley, all of which are reachable by private vehicle. On our journey, we'll make special visits to four historic sites that UNESCO has recognized as World Heritage Sites. The primary locations of the visit will include Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Swoyambhunath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square or Patan Durbar Square (Optional).

After spending several hours sightseeing and taking in the scenery of these locations, we will head back to our office to get ready for the trip tomorrow. In particular, (a sleeping bag, and a down jacket) will be provided to you, but you must return them after the trek is completed. You may relax while enjoying your time at one of the nearby cafés or restaurants after completing all of the preparation. Overnight at the hotel in Kathmandu.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
1,300m/4,264ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

3 Star Hotel

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast 

We will depart from Kathmandu today on a long journey to Machha Khola by private 4-wheel drive. In the past, we had to travel to Soti Khola first, but these days you can go straight to Machha Khola and begin the journey there. As we travel along the renowned Prithvi highway, we will pass through a variety of hilly roads. As we go through the Dhading District, we will begin to notice mountain peaks at farther distances. Following the path, we will go for a few hours down to Ankhu Khola and then to Arughat, where the Budhi Gandaki River joins. Finally, we will go west following the Budi Gandaki river bank till we arrive at Machha Khola. Overnight at the lodge in Maccha Khola.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
870m/2,952ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge 

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

Our true trekking to Tsum Valley and Manaslu Circuit begins today by involving multiple ups and downs as it travels along the trails. First, you will begin with an ascent along the Doban River as you go toward the Budi Gandaki River's junction. Subsequently, we'll go through the Sal Forests alongside a major stream to Thado Khola and eventually to Khorlabesi. From here, you will set your journey to Tatopani. You will pass through fields of coffee, buckwheat, and tobacco as you travel farther down the route. As you come near Tatopani, you will soon leave the forest and reach a little gorge. Finally, you will eat lunch here and will continue to Doban, where you will spend the night.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
1,070m/3,510ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

You will be moving uphill like you did yesterday, and the in same manner the Dobhan River will be following you. Following the route, Budi Gandaki River's confluence will soon be in your sights. After some time spent walking in this direction, you will eventually arrive in Thulo Dhunga. From here, we'll cross an aged suspension bridge over the Yaru River and go in the direction of Thado Bharyang. Finally, from Thado Bharyang the route ascends to the town of Jagat. You will eat lunch here at Jagat and continue to Philim through the Sirdibas settlement. Overnight at the lodge in Philim.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
1,590m/5,216ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge 

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

From Philim, we will ascend to the Chumling village from the Budi Gandaki valley today. First, you will go down narrow pathways that will lead you to the settlement of Chisapani. This marks the Lower Tsum Valley and from here you will go uphill along the River from this point. As you travel through various farms, you'll get to see the stunning Shringi Himal. After another descent to Gumlung village, the route eventually climbs to Chumling village where we will spend the night.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
1,670m/5,479ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge 

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

Today once more, you will climb the river path while passing the Shiar settlement. You may stroll along the route and get views of the Ganesh Himal from the apparent ridge. As you continue, you will pass past settlements built in Tibetan style and eventually to Ripchet Village. You will have lunch here and then you can continue walking toward Ramjam village. Finally, we shall reach Chhokangparo town for an overnight stay by continuing upstream along the Serpu Khola from here.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
3,030m/9,940ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge 

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

Our journey route is rather straightforward today because we are traveling down a stream in a wide, flat valley. As we go down the route, we will pass by Piren Phu one of the area's most sacred caves. According to stories, Saint Named Milerpa meditated here. From here we will approach the Nile. Before reaching the Nile, we will go via the settlements of Burji, Phurbe, and Pangdun while also passing through several Buddhist stupas. Overnight at the lodge in the Nile.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
3,361m/11,058ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge 

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

We've been walking for a while, and we're almost to the Tibetan border. Today we will continue to the western side of the valley for the picturesque views of Tibet. Following that, we'll ascend the Mu Gompa, which is the biggest monastery in the area and also the highest point of the Tsum Valley. The Yak Pastures, which in a most picturesque fashion circle the Gompa, may be seen from here. You may enjoy stunning views of the Longnang Glacier from this place. Also, you will visit Dhephu Doma Gompa, the oldest monastery in the region. Shortly after thoroughly exploring the area, we return to Mu Gompa for the night stay.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
3,700m/12,174ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge 

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

We will spend the entire day today exploring the Tsum Valley trek's most prevalent and secluded section. After breakfast, we'll return to Mu Gompa to receive the blessings. We'll then eventually go for the bottom of the Pika Himal. From this spot, you may get stunning views of Nepalese summits including the Ganesh Himal Range and Tibetan peaks. We will spend a significant amount of time exploring here and finally descend to Mu Gompa. Overnight at Mu Gompa.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
3,700m/12,174ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge 

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

After the morning meal at Mu Gompa, we will continue our trek to Shiar Khola Valley where the revered nunnery Rachen Gompa is situated. Right at the foot of the Himalayas which borders Nepal and Tibet, is where you'll find this nunnery. From Mu Gumba, you will descend to Chhule and then arrive at Phurba. Thenafter, you will continue to Shiar Khola for a short while till you reach Rachen Gompa. You can see several sculptures and murals that symbolize the Buddhist culture and the significant history of this Gompa. You will spend your night in the village lodge.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
3,240m/10,660ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge 

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

After a hearty breakfast in Rachen Gumba, we'll head downhill to Lamagaon along the Shiar River. From here on you will pass through the rugged land and take you to Chekampar village. And from here you will go to the Dumje village. To go there, you must first cross the bridge and pass the monastery. Dumje is essentially a little town with just 8 structures. After chilling in this village for a while, you'll be able to later visit the Lungdang Gompa region and then return for the night.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
2,460m/8,028ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge 

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

You will travel today via narrow gorges and unsteady bridges on the route that will lead you to the settlement of Ripchet. Passing on through the settlement, you will encounter several fertile lands where you will see many kinds of crops like potatoes, and barley being grown. After exploring the fields, you will now rise to the beautiful forest and the settlement of Gumlung. From Gumlung you will further navigate the path and reach the Lower part of the Tsum Valley before finally arriving at Lokpa village for an overnight stay.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
2240m/7,349ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge 

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

Leaving Lokpa, you will head on a decent trail till you reach Philim village. After reaching this village, you will start to approach the Budi Gandaki River. And as soon as you cross the river, you will enter the small gorge. Following the trail, you will then go through some rugged paths which will lead you to Nyak village. Finally from this village, you will head towards Deng village which will go alongside the Budi Gandaki River. From here on, you will now join the route of the Manaslu circuit trek. Overnight at the lodge in Deng village.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
1,800m/5,905ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge 

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

Today, we'll begin the day with a full breakfast. As the day before, we will first continue on the trail that follows the Budhi Gandaki River. Then, following several ascents and descents, we proceed through magnificent forests, take in the breathtaking views of waterfalls, and finally reach the small town of Rana. As we continue, we will pass over a pine forest, cross a bridge, and arrive in Bihi Phedi. As soon as you cross it, you'll start to notice Mani's walls around you. After a while of exploring the area, you will ultimately cross yet another bridge and reach Ghap Village. Overnight at the lodge in Ghap village.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
2,160m/7,086ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge 

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

The Budhi Gandaki River will be crossed by you once again today as you go to a home of a wide range of wildlife, including birds and monkeys. Moving further along the path, we'll stop at Namrung village along the route for a nice lunch and to admire the beautiful views of Shring Himal and Ganesh Himal. Moving forward, we'll stroll along the spectacular Hinan River, which flows out of the Linda Glacier. Continuing on, we shall continue our walk toward Sho and after several hours of walking, we eventually arrive at Lho Gaon. Overnight at the lodge in Lho.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
4,295m/14,091ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge 

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

You will get a fantastic opportunity to view the stunning panorama of Naike Peak, Manaslu, and Manaslu North in the early morning at Lho. Enjoying the views, you will then eat breakfast and continue on your journey. You will arrive in Shyala Village after taking in the breathtaking sights and traveling through the forest. From here, we will cross a river that allows us to continue towards Punggen Glacier. Traveling through it, we will reach Samagaon and see Mount Manaslu up close. Most of the time on this day, you will go through a variety of little Tibetan villages and to Ribung Gompa. This will provide you with the opportunity to learn about Tibetan traditions and cultures. Overnight at the teahouse in Samagaon.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
3,530m/11,581ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

Today is your second day of acclimatization of your journey across the Tsum Valley and Manaslu Circuit. Even though we're calling it a relaxation day, we are not going to relax all day. We'd rather be exploring the neighborhood instead. There are several places you may visit, including Pungyen Gompa, Glacial Lake Birendra Tal, and the Manaslu Base Camp on this day. After choosing one of the options to visit, you will come to spend the night back at Samagaon.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
3,530m/11,581ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge 

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

We'll eat breakfast here at Samagon in the morning. Following our two nights in Sama Gaun, today we will descend to the bank of the Budhi Gandaki River. Shortly after dropping and going past the Budi Gandaki River, we will reach the junction of the trails leading to Birendra Tal and Manaslu Base Camp. From here, we quickly cross the river bridge and start climbing a difficult slope. As we approach Samdo Village, we become conscious of the gorgeous vistas of Mount Manaslu, Shringi Himal, and Ngadi Chuli, and the nearby Tibetan refugees' camp. Finally, we'll see the neighborhood and the nearby hill before traveling to Samdo for the night.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
3,690m/12,106ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge 

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

Our early-morning trek today will start by making a descent via magnificent meadows and finally cross the river on a wooden bridge before reaching Larkya bazaar. As we cross over the old Mani wall, the hike to Larkya La pass begins. Along the route, you'll pass by a variety of historical monuments as you approach Larkye Pass. While walking, you'll also get to see some breathtaking vistas of Larke Glacier. Once we have at last arrived in Dharmasala, we will have lunch and then move to Larkya Phedi to familiarize ourselves with the surroundings. Overnight at the Larkya rest house in Dharamsala.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
4,470m/14,665ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

Basic Lodge

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

Today is one of the days of the Tsum Valley and Manaslu Circuit journey that is most eagerly anticipated. Today, we're visiting the Larkya La Pass, one of the most spectacular viewpoints of the western Himalayas. We shall continue to climb to finish this section. Therefore, once we reach the Larkya la Pass with the fluttering prayer flags, you will catch amazing scenes of Himlung Himal, Kanguru, Annapurna II, and Cheo Himal from this spot. While admiring every moment at this stunning place, we will make our way down to Bhimtang by crossing the moraine and a meadow. It would take us about three hours to descend, taking in the beautiful vistas of the peaks and moraines. Overnight at the lodge in Bhimtang.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
3,720m/12,204ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge 

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

Today, we'll trek through a variety of landscapes to get to Dharapani. We'll halt taking photographs of the spectacular surroundings whilst navigating through the bottom of the Bhimtang glacier. Here, we will also see the wonderful prayer flags fluttering together with the breathtaking mountain views. Moving forward we will go on through the fir forest, and yak farm, and finally arrive at Gho village. Next, we go via the town of Tilche and Dudh Khola River which finally brings us to Thonche, marking the end of the Manaslu circuit trek. Thereafter, you will cross the Marshyangdi River and eventually reach Dharapani to spend the night.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
1,860m/6,102ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

Finally, we will depart from this awesome alpine region and head toward Kathmandu today. But first, you will depart Dharapani and go to Besisahar after an early-morning meal. To arrive at Besisahar it would take you around 4 hours.

After eating breakfast, you will begin your journey along the Prithvi Highway to Kathmandu which would take you additional 12 hours. As soon as you arrive in Kathmandu, you will be taken to your comfortable hotel. Here in this hotel, you can chill for a while so that you can go on to neighborhood markets or restaurants later in the day. Finally, at the last moment, we'll go out to dinner where we can spend our last moments as a couple and think back on our adventure. Overnight at the hotel in Kathmandu.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
1,300m/4,264 ft
Loding Level
Accommodation

3 Star Hotel 

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

You will bid the lovely alpine nation your last goodbye today as your journey to the Tsum Valley and Manaslu circuit comes to an end. After a very long, incredible, and delightful journey with you over the mountains, this is a very tough day for us as we must bid farewell to you. Breakfast Trek Ways Nepal representative will arrive to pick you up at the hotel and transfer you to the airport around three hours before your departure, giving you farewell, and wishing you a safe and successful journey. We ultimately think that after you get back to your home, you'll consider coming back to Nepal. Till then, keep yourself safe!

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast 

Include

    Airport pick-up and drop by private vehicle
    3 Nights twin sharing accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast
    One full-day Kathmandu City tour with an experienced guide 
    Annapurna trekking permit (ACAP)
    Tims permits (Trekking Information Management System)
    Lower Manaslu Trekking Permit (MCAP) and Upper Manaslu Special Permit
    Tsum Valley Special Permit 
    Private transport to Macha Khola and return
    All meals during the trek (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)
    Safe drinking water (Medicated safe and proof)
    Fresh fruits after dinner (while on a trek)
    3 cups of tea/coffee per person per day (during the trek)
    Lodges on a trek with 4 nights hot shower (Provided with attached bathroom & toilet)
    Gov. licensed and well-trained English-speaking guide and his entire expenses
    A porter (One porter for every 2 members) and his entire expenses
    Insurance of Guide and Porter
    All required local tax and Gov tax
    Down jackets and sleeping bags (Rental basis)
    Trekking route map
    Duffel bag (To put your trekking stuff in it)
    First Aid kid (Our guide will carry it)
    Purified drinking water (as much as you need) 
    Farewell dinner after the trek (In Kathmandu)

Exclude

    • Nepal arrival visa
    • Meals in the city except for breakfast and above mentioned special dinner
    • Monument entrance fees while on Kathmandu city tour
    • Private transportation to and back (for the trek)
    • Your personal nature expenses eg. Mineral water, Beer, Coke, and entire beverage, etc
    • Travel insurance that covers trip cancelation and Helicopter evacuation
    • Tips and any other extending trips and extra accommodation.

Useful info

Packing list

Clothes

  • Waterproof jacket
  • Rain coat
  • Lightweight Down jacket (Provided)
  • Waterproof trousers
  • Lightweight trekking trousers
  • Hiking shorts (if trekking in the summer)
  • Thermals (top and bottom, merino ideal)
  • Two to three trekking t-shirts/shirts
  • Fleece or warm mid-layer
  • Waterproof thick gloves
  • Glove liners
  • Hiking socks and lighter walking socks
  • Wool hat
  • Sun hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Spare underwear
  • Buff or similar to cover your neck and face
  • One pair of worn-in, waterproof hiking boots
  • One pair of lightweight trainers (for the camp, in the evenings)
  • 4 season sleeping bag (Provided)

Extra Clothes for Winter

  • Extra warm layers (add an extra warm item to all key items above)
  • Extra set of thermals (pair to walk in, pair to sleep in)
  • Merino trekking socks
  • Merino glove liners
  • Gaiters
  • Hand warmer

Tech

  • Powerbank
  • Universal plug adaptor
  • Charging cables
  • Phone / iPod /Kindle

Toiletries

  • Biodegradable wet wipes
  • Hand gel
  • Small biodegradable bags to take toilet tissue off the mountain
  • Toilet paper
  • Sunscreen & lip block
  • Personal medication

First Aid Kit, including:

  • Anti-Diarrhoea Tablets (Imodium)
  • Painkillers
  • Anti-inflammatories
  • Throat Lozenges
  • Rehydration Sachets
  • Blister Plasters
  • Vaseline - to rub on feet to reduce friction
  • Diamox for (only after consultation with a medical professional)

OTHER ITEMS

  • Trekking poles
  • Travel towel
  • Two water bottles (one liter each)
  • Metal SIGG bottle (useful to fill with hot water to use as a hot water bottle at bedtime)
  • Water purification tablets, such as Lifestraw or SteriPEN
  • Crampons or chained spikes that will fit any boot, if you don't have crampon-suitable boots (for winter departures between December and March)
  • Day pack with rain cover (30 liters +)
  • Duffel bag (for the porters to carry overnight kit) (Provided)

 

 

Reviews

Barb T

Australia

I have trekked in Nepal 5 times in recent years and have had Tika organise all these adventures. I have trekked with teenagers, family and friends, and each trip has been super organised and wonderful. Because Tika and his company are local, they have invaluable insight into how everything works in Nepal. Getting the required trekking permits, organising knowledgeable local guides and porters, arranging transport etc are things he excels at. Whilst on the treks, the guides even help in tea house kitchens to ensure our food is delicious. While on our treks, if things have had to change because of weather etc, there is always a back up plan, with safety a priority. I can’t recommend Tika more highly- his treks are fantastic! Tika is very proud of his country and he really wants you to have a wonderful experience, whilst respecting the environment and the people in it.

Frequently Asked Question

The best and suggested times to trek to Tsum Valley and Manaslu Circuit are mid-September to mid-December (Autumn) and March to late May (Spring). 

Yes, you need a sleeping bag sleeping bags rated -10°C (14°F) to -20°C (- 4°F) as per the trekking season you plan. Also, our guide can provide you with an extra blanket if needed at the teahouses. It is always good to have a liner which you can buy here in Kathmandu or you can bring from home.

Yes, on this trek you do need Crampons for the Larkey la pass because it has snow on the trail. 

Yes, you can buy gear in Kathmandu at a better price than your home but quality may not be the same. There are some branded items like Rab, North Face, Black Yak, Marmot, etc. There are local brands as well. You can rent sleeping bags and down jackets but the other items you need to buy.

It is suggested to follow our standard itinerary. However, you can walk faster and finish the trek earlier but it is your own risk. Due to the altitude issue, we have designed our itinerary and strongly suggest you follow it.


 

No, we do not carry oxygen on this trek. Because there is oxygen available in the lodges you can use it if needed at extra cost.
 

If you get sick, we will take you down if you can walk. Or you can take a horse down (you need to pay extra for a horse ride). If you have basic altitude symptoms then we will stop for the day and see how you feel. If you feel better then we will continue up otherwise we will take you down. If you are serious then we will take you down by helicopter to Kathmandu.

If you need to take a helicopter rescue down to Kathmandu then we will coordinate with a helicopter company who will deal with your insurance.

Unfortunately, you cannot buy insurance here in Nepal. You need to buy from your home country that should cover trip cancelation, trip interruption, helicopter evacuation, medical and health expenses etc.

Yes, all of our guides speak English fluently. Do not expect a guide as a native speaker but good enough for Nepalese standards. Besides English, our guide speaks Spanish.

 

Yes, our Guides are certified and have a Government certificate. Also, first aid trained, skilled, and has leading capacity with knowledge of locals.

Yes, we do have our staff yearly insured. Also, we do provide full trekking gear initial phase and they are well-equipped.

 

Porter will carry 25kg (12.5kg each.

Yes, you can have your porter which costs USD30 per day.

 

Yes, we do provide you a duffel bag. Your entire trekking gears will go in to the duffel bag which porter will carry.

 

Yes, you can leave your suitcase either in our office or in the hotel. The hotel in Kathmandu has a free luggage storage room. We can help you with this.

Yes, you can have your own private room but you need to pay extra USD250.

 

Yes, you can have a shower along the way. Not every day but frequently you can have a shower. 

Yes, it is better to bring your own face towel and bath towel. However, there are towels in some lodges but good to have your own.

Yes, you need to buy toilet paper along the way. They won’t have toilet paper in their toilet.

Yes, you need to bring your soap for your personal use.

 

In the village there are restrooms but not along the way. You need to find a private spot along the way for emergency use.

 

There are menu available with a variety of choices. You can pick up any items as per your choice but please be vegetarians. Meats are not suggested as they are not fresh. There are bread, eggs, potatoes, rice, Pasta, noodles, pizza, macaroni, different soups, and Dal Bhat (lentil and rice with curry) available along the trek.

Yes, we do serve hot and fresh food. They will start preparing and serve once you order your meal.


 

Not. There are veg meals available and we do suggest you go for veg meals.

 

No, it is not a problem. You can still have options but you must tell my guide if you are vegan.

Yes, you need to tell us what food you should not eat so our guide can let it know in the lodges.
 

No, you van not use running water because they are not safe. You need to boiled them or purified them.

 

Yes, it is provided which is medicated proof and safe to drink. Our guide will carry purified tablets and add in to your bottle in front of your eye.

 

Yes, you can buy water bottle along the way but you need to pay for that.


 

Yes, you can have boiled water but you need to pay extra.

Yes, it is expected and you can tip them after the trek. 

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