Manaslu 8,163m. Expedition -50 days
Mount Manaslu (8163m.) was first climbed in 1956 by a Japanese expedition. Its name comes from the Sanskrit word manias, meaning “intellect” or “soul”. It is the same root word as that for Manasarover, the holy lake near Mt. Kailash in Tibet. Just as the British considered Everest their mountain, Manaslu has been always regarded as the “Japanese mountain” by the Japanese; because of the Japanese people’s first conquered on its top.
HW Tillman and Jimmy Roberts photographed Manaslu during a trek in 1950. but the first real survery of the peak was made by a Japanese expedition in 1952.
A Japanese team made the first serious attempt on the peak from the Buri Gandaki valley in 1953. When another team followed in 1954, the villagers of Samagaon told them the first team had been responsible for an avalanche that destroyed a monastery & refused to let the 1954 expedition climb. The expedition set off to climb Ganesh Himalayan instead.
Despite a large donation for the rebuilding of the monastery, subsequent Japanese expeditions, including the one that made the first ascent in 1956, took place in an atmosphere of animosity and mistrust. The second successful Japanese expedition was in 1971. There was a South Korean attempt in 1971, and in April 1972 an avalanche that killed five climbers and 10 Sherpas ended the second made the fourth ascent of mount Manaslu, as a member of a Tyrolean expedition that climbed from the Marshyangdi valley in 1972. So Manaslu is one of the very renowned lovely mountains in the world to which, many foreigner enthusiast to climb very curiously.
Cost: Group joining basis
1 Person, USD 30000.00
2 Persons, Per Person USD 28000.00
3 Persons, Per Person USD 26000.00
4 Persons, Per Person USD 24000.00
5 Persons, Per Person USD 22000.00
6-7 Persons, Per Person USD 20000.00
8-12 Persons, Per Person USD 19000.00
Climbing Sherpa guide, Per guide USD 4500.00
Manaslu 8,163m. Expedition
Day 01: arrive Kathmandu & transfer to hotel
Day 02: Prepare Expedition
Day 03: Expedition briefing in Ministry of Tourism
Day 04: Drive Arughat via Dhading
Day 05: Arughat – Sotikhola 6 hours
Day 06: Sotikhola – Machhakhola 6/7 hours
Day 07 Machhakhola – Jagat
Day 08: Jagat – Ukawa
Day 09: Ukawa – Ngyak 5/6 hours
Day 10: Nyak – Namrung 5/6 hours
Day 11: Namrung – Syalla village
Day 12 Syalla – Sama village
Day 13: Sama Village
Day 14: Sama Village – Manaslu Base camp
Day 15- 41: Climbing Period for Manaslu 8163m.
Day 42: Base camp – Sama village
Day 43: Sama – Namrung
Day 44: Namrung – Philim village
Day 45: Filim -Machakhola
Day 46: Machakhola – Soti
Day 47: Soti – Arughat
Day 48: Arughat drive to drive to Kathmandu
Day 49: Kathmandu
Day 50: final Departure
1. 5 Nights accommodation in Kathmandu with bed & Breakfast( 3 star).
2. Permit fee of Manaslu Expedition
3. Food for Trekking and Expedition period
4. Staff: Base camp Guide, Cook, Cook helper
5. Drive Kathmandu – Aru Ghat – Kathamndu by bus.
6. Porters from Aru Ghat to Base camp & Base camp to Arughat
7. Equipment allowance, daily allowance for Liaison officer, expedition crew
8. Insurance for Nepalese expedition crew.
9. 1 tent for 1 person for Expedition
10. Mat, dining tent, Toilet tent, Mess tent, Store tent, Table and chairs trekking for the expedition
11. Local transportation in Kathmandu (Airport-hotel-airport)
12. Emergency Oxygen -Mask and regulator
13. Satellite phone (Pay calls)
14. Fare Well dinnerOur Services Exclude The Following During The Trip:
1. PERSONAL equipment for climbing & trekking
2. Personal & medical Insurance of expedition
3. Climbing food, Gas & stove above Base camp
4. Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu
5. Emergency Rescue evacuation by helicopter incase needed
6. Walki Takie permit & Satellite phone permit
7. Oxygen & Mask -regulator for climbing
8. Personal expenses
9. Bar Bills & beverage
10. Garbase deposite USD 3000.00 per team & after expedition will be refunable