Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek

Nepal

19 Nights

$1,475

This trip includes

Ground transportation in Nepal

Hotels & tea-house accommodation

All meals except in Kathmandu

Guided tour & trek throughout the trip

Highlights

  • Views of the Manaslu massif, which is the eighth highest peak in the world, Manaslu (8,156m).
  • The difficult Larkya La Pass (5,160m), which has a wide view of the Himalayan peaks around it and passes through it to the next point,
  • The Budi Gandaki River runs through the  Manaslu region’s lush forests and terraced fields.
  • The Manaslu Conservation Area has a lot of various plants and animals, some of which are endangered and you may encounter them during your trek on the trail.
  • Traditional villages of Gurung, Tibetan, and Tamang people, each with its own culture and way of life.
  • The region’s rich history and culture can be seen in the many old monasteries and chortens that dot the landscape.
  • After a long day of hiking, you can relax in the hot springs at Tatopani.
  • The beautiful Manaslu Base Camp has amazing views of the Manaslu massif and the glaciers around it.
  • The Samdo village is close to the border with Tibet and gives you a look at how people live in Tibet.
  • The unique and hard trekking route, which is less crowded and more adventurous than other popular Nepalese trekking routes, is a great way to see the country.
  • The people who live there are warm and welcoming, and they are always happy to talk about their culture and history.
  • Opportunity to experience the traditional local dishes of the Manaslu region
  • The welcoming Carved Mani and the Stupas along the trail to the Tsum Valley 

Overview

The Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek is the most popular and challenging trekking destination in the Gorkha Region. The trekking destination offers you beautiful terrains and giant mountain ranges among which Manaslu Massif is the eighth-highest peak in the world. 

One of the best places in Nepal for trekking is the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek, which provides the chance to discover the unspoiled natural beauty and varied cultures and traditions of the Manaslu Region.

The trip usually begins in the Nepalese Gorkha District small village of Arughat Gaupalika. The walk winds through medieval towns, terrace fields, and verdant woodland.

The trail essentially climbs toward the Larke-La Pass, the highest point of the Manaslu Tsum Valley  Trek at 5,106 meters above sea level, providing breathtaking vistas of the snow-capped Himalayas everywhere.

The Manaslu Circuit Trek provides ample opportunity to delve into the rich cultural diversity and distinctive customs of the Manaslu area. Many ethnic groups, including the Ancient Tibetans, Tamangs, Sherpas, and Gurungs, who each have their own distinct customs, languages, and ways of life, may be found in the Manaslu region.

Trekkers can engage in cultural exchanges with the locals, tour ancient Tibetan monasteries, and visit traditional villages to gain a deeper understanding of the history and customs of the Manaslu region.

On the other hand, the Manaslu Tsum Valley t Trek is a restricted area, and in order to enter, trekkers must obtain a special permit. The duration of the walk varies between 14 and 18 days, contingent upon the itinerary. 

Manaslu Tsum Valley offers the majestic views of the mountains and the best season to explore the destination is during the Autumn and Spring seasons. Where all the high mountains are widely visible.

People and Culture

The People of the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek are a mixture of the Rai, Gurung, and the Sherpa culture. You will get the opportunity to explore the different religions and the religions of the region. Each different ethics community follows a different culture which means you will get to know the different religious values and the norms of each community.

Mainly, the Manaslu region is known for the Sherpa community who are also known as the Ancient Tibetan People who speak the Tibetan Language and celebrate their main festival Lhosar. Along with you will witness the numerous mani along the trail which symbolizes the peace and the good journey in the mountains to all the trekkers passing through. Though, you also get to explore the traditional houses and the monasteries where many monks pray and meditate altogether. 

Knowing the lifestyle of the people of the Manaslu region is the most important. You will get to know in depth about the people of the Tsum Valley their day-to-day routine and the task that they carry out in their day-to-day life.

Itinerary For Manalsu and Tsum Valley Trekking

Day 1

Drive from Kathmandu by Arughat to Soti Khola (730m / 2896ft)

Day 3

Trek from Machha Khola (890m / 2,965ft) to Jagat (1400m / 4,593ft)

Day 4

Trek from Jagat (1,400m / 4,593ft) to Lokpa (2,040m / 4,493ft )

Day 5

Trek From Lokpa (2,040m / 4,493ft) to Chumling (2,386m / 6,692ft)

Day 6

Trek from Chumling (2,386m / 6,692ft) to Chhokangparo (3,010m / 9,875ft)

Day 7

Trek from Chhokangparo (3,010m / 9,875ft) to Nile (3,361m / 11,026ft) via Milarepa Piren Phu Cave

Day 8

Trek from Nile (3,361m / 9,875ft) to Mu Gompa (3,700m / 11,026 ft)

Day 9

Trek From Mu Gompa (3,240m/ 10,629ft) to Chhokangparo (3,010m / 9,903ft)

Day 10

Trek from Chhokangparo (3,010m / 9,903ft) to Chumling (2,386m / 7,827ft)

Day 11

Trek from Chumling (2,386m/7,827ft) to Deng (1860m / 6,101ft)

Day 12

Trek from Deng (1860m /6101ft ) to Namrung (2,900m / 9512ft)

Day 13

Trek from Namrung (2,900m / 9512ft) to Sama Gaon (3,530m / 11,581ft)

Day 14

Rest day in Sama Gaon (3,530m / 11,581ft)

Day 15

Trek from Sama Gaon (3,530m / 11,581ft) to Larkya La Phedi (Dharma sala) (4,460m / 14,632ft)

Day 16

Trek from Dharamsala to Bhimtang (3,720m / 12,205ft) crossing via Larkya la Pass (5,160m / 16,929ft)

Day 17

Trek from Bhimtang (3,720m / 12,205ft) to Gho (2,550m / 8,367ft)

Day 18

Trek from Gho (2,550m / 8,367ft) to Tal (1,700m / 5,577ft)

Day 19

Drive from Tal (1,700m /5,577ft) to Besisahar then Kathmandu

Itinerary

Day 1

Drive from Kathmandu by Arughat to Soti Khola (730m / 2896ft)

Today after having breakfast we will commence our trekking days in the Himalayas to the western belt of Nepal via our private Bus/Jeep/Car or also on Public vehicles as per your preference. While driving you will explore the hills with the best panoramic views and the people rafting on the Trishuli River. 

Although the road is rough and busty with narrow roads to reach Soti Khola. You will see the beautiful forest and the water streams along the way. As we will stop in the small settlement of Soti Khola for our overnight stay. while you may also explore the small town around you.

Day 2

Trek from Soti Khola (730m /2896ft) to Machha Khola (890m / 2,965ft)

Today, after having breakfast in Soti Khola, we will commence our trek along the beautiful flora and fauna with the beautiful views of the Himalayas and the Budhi Gandaki Valley. Our trekking trail passes through the many villages as we follow the Budi Gandaki River alongside the Lapubesi. As reaching Lapubesi we descend down to reach the Machha Koha for the overnight stay.

Day 3

Trek from Machha Khola (890m / 2,965ft) to Jagat (1400m / 4,593ft)

We were waking up in the Himalayas to beautiful scenery and a kind welcome from the locals. After eating breakfast, we will start the traditional Manaslu hike.

We will arrive at the Gurung village after traveling through a thick forest, where you are welcome to explore and take in the customs and way of life of the locals.

We will arrive at the Doban after crossing the suspension bridge over the Budhi Gandaki River. From there, we will climb steeply for three hours while following the routes through the Gurung hamlet.

We reach the settlement of Jagat by following the Yaru River and crossing a wooden bridge. Here, we must present all of our special licenses in order to access the Manaslu region’s restricted area. We will spend the night at the Tea House in Jagat.

Day 4

Trek from Jagat (1,400m / 4,593ft) to Lokpa (2,040m / 4,493ft )

Today, we will enter the restricted area of the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek as ascending from the Salleri. Along with you will hike beside the Budhi Gandaki River and cross the Budhi Gandaki River through the suspension bridge. As we keep hiking forward, we reach the Philim village. After we cross Ekal Bhatii we get a two way one heading to Tsum and another to the Manaslu circuit Trek.

We keep on trekking towards the Lhokpa village which is also the first village of the Tsum Valley Trek. Now the trail becomes narrow and you can witness the beautiful vistas of the Himalayas. Overnight stay in Lhokpa Village.

Day 5

Trek From Lokpa (2,040m / 4,493ft) to Chumling (2,386m / 6,692ft)

After having the beautiful breakfast in Lhoka we commence our trekking towards the beautiful trekking trail of the Tsum Valley. The trail offers you the different flowers and the dense forest of the rhododendron and the alpine trees.

In the clear weather, the trail offers beautiful majestic views of the Baudha Himal and Ganesh Himal.

Along the trail to Chumling, the trekkers won’t get any hotels and settlements. The trail takes you as you descend down to the Syara river and again ascend the mountains and you reach the Chumling village for an overnight stay.

Day 6

Trek from Chumling (2,386m / 6,692ft) to Chhokangparo (3,010m / 9,875ft)

After breakfast in the Hotel, we leave Chumling behind and trek towards the Chhokangparo. Today’s trail will take us through the inner valleys of the Tsum Valley with better views of the mountains.

You will be following the Syar River to the end of the Domje village which is also the largest city of the Tsum valley. After passing the Domje village, you will reach Chhokangparo for an overnight stay.

Day 7

Trek from Chhokangparo (3,010m / 9,875ft) to Nile (3,361m / 11,026ft) via Milarepa Piren Phu Cave

Having breakfast, we will commence our trek towards the Milarepa with the beautiful views of the Himalayas. Hiking beside the Shikar Khola for a few hours you will reach the Nile village which is the last village of the North Tsum Valley Trek.

As you reach the Ngyaku leru, you witness the local people getting busy with farming and fertile land for cultivation.

Though passing through the Lamagaun, you will get to the Milarepa Piren Phu Cave, where the local community believes that his footprint is yet to be preserved on the stone. And for the overnight stay, you will trek to the Nile village by crossing the suspension bridge.

Day 8

Trek from Nile (3,361m / 9,875ft) to Mu Gompa (3,700m / 11,026 ft)

Today, the hike will be in short intervals. You will be hiking near the Nepal and Tibet border with panoramic views of the giant mountains. As a result, the trail leads you to the Mu- Gumpa which is the highest altitude and the point of the Tsum Valley trek. You will be trekking through the yak pastures and the beautiful kharkhas.

The Mu Gumpa welcomes you with good vibes and chortens all around the premises. As reaching you may explore the destination in more depth and know the local community culture.

Day 9

Trek From Mu Gompa (3,240m/ 10,629ft) to Chhokangparo (3,010m / 9,903ft)

From Today our descending begins and after breakfast, in Mu Gumpa we bit farewell to all the mountains and the local community. We will pass through the Chule and reach the Phurbe village. After we reach Rachen Gumpa which lies near the Nepal and Tibet border. It offers you beautiful views of the mountains and the terrain.

Along with you will hike through the beautiful dense forest and reach the destination Chhokangparo for an overnight stay.

Day 10

Trek from Chhokangparo (3,010m / 9,903ft) to Chumling (2,386m / 7,827ft)

As our descends resumes, will commence our trek after the breakfast from Chhokanparo. The trail descends downhill as we reach Gho. You will be passing through the big suspension bridge near the Gho and heading towards the Rainjam village. After we again descend to the Tsum Valley and finally we reach the Chumling our last camp.

Day 11

Trek from Chumling (2,386m/7,827ft) to Deng (1860m / 6,101ft)

Today’s trek will be the easier one, as you will be hiking through the sub-tropical forest with the different plants and the wide varieties of animals found within. The trail takes you beside the Sahir Khola to reach the Lhoka village. During the good weather, you will witness the beautiful mountains and the different terrains.

As the trail descends down to the Budhi Gandaki River you will encounter the narrow bridge where you will find the ascend and descend gradually through the trail. Along with you will cross the suspension bridge to reach the Nurpri and as crossing through the forest of Bambo you reach Deng village -the settlement of the Gurung community.

Day 12

Trek from Deng (1860m /6101ft ) to Namrung (2,900m / 9512ft)

The trail starts to ascend from Deng to reach the Rana village. Crossing the Rana village we get the Bhiphedi. Usually, the path takes you through in and out of the valley offering you the best possible view of the mountains. Crossing the Serang Khola will head to Ghap village.

After leaving behind the Ghap village, you will be passing through the dense forest of alpine and rhododendron flowers. As you pass the forest you will reach the Namrung village for the overnight stay.

Day 13

Trek from Namrung (2,900m / 9512ft) to Sama Gaon (3,530m / 11,581ft)

As we commence our trek, today the trail will be welcomes with the carved stone- Mani and the different color of the Tibetan flag anlong the trail. You will be passin via the many monasteries and the small settlement along the trail. The trail takes you through the Sho village which is also known for the best views of the Manaslu Massif.

Today’s trail will bring you more energy as it keeps on offering you beautiful views of the mountains. Along the trek to the Sama Gaun, we will follow the river bank to enjoy the views of the mountain peak 29. While ascending a couple of hours passing through the dense forest we will reach the Shyala village. Which offers the best views of mountains such as Manaslu, Phungi, and the Himals chuli Mountains. The Village mainly grows the Potaoes and Brely along with animal husbandry and tourism as their main occupation.

As you hike up, you will witness the Ganesh Himal along the east and the Manaslu on the south. With the great mountain view, if you look down you will see two rows of houses that form the Sama Gaun. As we reach Sama Gaun we will explore and stay for an overnight stay in a Hotel.

Day 14

Rest day in Sama Gaon (3,530m / 11,581ft)

For proper acclimatization in the high mountains, we will spend a day in Sama Gaun. While the Sama Gaun is nearer to the Manaslu Base Camp. The Sama Gaun village is full of stone-carved mani with mantras and sculptures of the Buddhist religion. 

As it is the rest day, you may take an optional hike to the surroundings and also hike to Birendra lake or Pungyen Gomba. Also, you may hike to Manaslu Base Camp which in total requires 8 hours to complete. While all the hike gives you the best mountain views. 

Also, you may explore the Sama Gaun in depth about the local community and the culture. Explore the monastery and enjoy your time.

Day 15

Trek from Sama Gaon (3,530m / 11,581ft) to Larkya La Phedi (Dharma sala) (4,460m / 14,632ft)

Today, early in the morning we leave the Sama Gaun and head towards the Samdo village. Our trail takes us through the beautiful terraced fields along with the beautifully carved mani with the Buddhist sculpture and the beautiful different colors of the Tibetan flag on the trail.

As we cross the wooden bridge of the Budhi Gandaki, we will reach the beautiful Samdo Valley. Along the trail, you will witness the Larkya Glacier and trek around the Salka Khola Valley.  We ascend uphill and we reach our destination Dharmsala which is also known as Larkya La Phedi. You will have a good view of the Manaslu massif and we will stay overnight and gain more energy and prepare for the great day tomorrow to cross the Larkya la Pass.

Day 16

Trek from Dharamsala to Bhimtang (3,720m / 12,205ft) crossing via Larkya la Pass (5,160m / 16,929ft)

The longest and also known as the toughest day of the Manaslu Tsum Valley trek today. Early in the morning we will leave behind the Dharmasala and head towards the Larke La pass which is at an elevation of 5,160 m. The pass should be crossed before the winds start to blow and before the sun’s rays melt the snow in the high mountains. The trekking trail climbs uphill and passes via the grassland of the sloppy hills. As you reach the Larke La pass, you will witness a number of Tibetan colorful flags with Buddhist mantras and sculptures.

The Larke La Pass offers you beautiful mountain ranges such as Himlung Himal, Cheo Himal, Kanguru, Minjung, and the Annapurna II. The beautiful views of the mountains will take your heart for a while and our descent begins downhill towards the Bhimtang village. During your downhill, you need the trekking pole very well to get down, and make sure you descend down with safety gear and advice from your guide. As you reach the Bhimtang you will witness many mani and tea houses for the overnight stay.

Day 17

Trek from Bhimtang (3,720m / 12,205ft) to Gho (2,550m / 8,367ft)

After having breakfast in Bhimtang, we will commence our downhill through the Dudh Khola crossing the wooden bridge. You will also pass through the dense forest

Of the rhododendron and the pine trees along the trail. You will be descending down and witness the beautiful views of the Manaslu, Manaslu North Peak, and Himlung Himal. As you pass through the Sangore Kharka, you will cross the landslide which is decorated with prayer flags, and the trail heads to the Gho village for an overnight stay.

Day 18

Trek from Gho (2,550m / 8,367ft) to Tal (1,700m / 5,577ft)

As we are in the tree line zone, you will be pasing through the terraced fields and the beautiful forests. Passing through the dense forest of oak woods, you reach the Tilije community. The trail takes you through the village of Dharapani and reaches Tal. while along the trail you will see the chortend, mani walls, and the ancient Buddhist village. Overnight stay in Tal at Tea house.

Day 19

Drive from Tal (1,700m /5,577ft) to Besisahar then Kathmandu

On the final day of the trek with the group, this morning we will get the vehicle from Tal to Besisahar. Which is easily available and along the way you will witness the many water streams and the beautiful villages of the local community. As you reach Besisahar you will get the Bus/ vehicle for Kathmandu and be directly transferred to the Hotel in Kathmandu. On the route to Kathmandu, you will be pasing through the white river rafting -Trishuli River and the beautiful destinations.

What To Expect?

What's included

  • Airport/hotel pick up and drop off by private car.
  • At least two nights 3-star hotel in Kathmandu bed and Breakfast plan
  • Meals on the entire board (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during the whole trekking
  • Kathmandu -Soti Khola – Syange – Kathmandu By local Bus / By jeep up to your request
  • Trekking map
  • An experienced Government license holder guide
  • Insurance, salary, equipment, transportation, local tax for guide.
  • Group medical supplies (first aid kit will be available)
  • All necessary paper works and national park entry permits
  • Travel and rescue arrangement
  • TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System)
  • All government taxes and tourist service charges

What's not included

  • Meals in Kathmandu before and after trekking, allowing US$ 15 – US$ 20 per day
  • Your travel insurance ( Rescue )
  • Nepal entry visa fee.
  • Tips for trekking staff and driver
  • Drinks (hot, cold, and alcoholic)
  • Trekking porter/Sherpa who will carry your bags during the trekking ( 2 person 1 Porter ).
  • Personal shopping and laundry etc
  • Personal trekking equipment.

Equipments Checklist For Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking in Nepal

Backpack(BAGS): Pack a high-quality comfortable backpack that can hold at least 35 to 45 liters of gear and supplies that are essential for you during the trek in the mountains.

Trekking Boots: High-quality comfortable hiking boots or trail running shoes and boots, ideally with plenty of support and traction, are a must for rough terrain.

Sleeping Bag: A comfortable sleeping bag is required for overnight stays at the trail’s teahouses. You will get only a single blanket during the trail in the mountains.

Tent: A tent that is both lightweight and durable is an absolute necessity if you enjoy camping.

Clothing: Due to the unpredictability of the weather, you should bring warm layers, a waterproof jacket, and quick-drying clothes. Carrying clothes that are easier to dry will be more beneficial while being in the mountains.

 First Aid Kit: Band-aids, pain relievers, and antiseptic wipes are just some of the essentials that should be included in a first-aid kit.

Water Bottle: Keep yourself hydrated by packing at least a couple of water bottles and, if possible, a water purification tablet is necessary to carry with you to purify the flowing water of the mountains.

Snacks and Chocolate: High-energy snacks, like energy bars, trail mix, and dried fruits, are essential for sustaining you on the trail.

Google Maps and Compass: In the event that the weather turns bad, you will need a good map and compass to find your way.

Trash Bags: Use trash bags, and remember to empty them before you leave. Garbage bags are helpful for transporting trash from one location to another.

Sunscreen Cream: Sunscreen is crucial for skin protection, especially at higher altitudes, where the sun is more intense.

Offering Group Discounts!

No. of Tourists Price Per Person in USD
2 Paxes $1475
4 - 10 Paxes $1375

FAQs

How long does the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek take to complete?

Usually, it takes 15-19 days but it mainly depends on the pace and the walking style of the trekkers in the high mountains as well.

What is the best time to undertake the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek?

The Autumn and Spring season which falls on the months of the Septmeber to November and March to April respectively is considered as the best trekking season in Nepal.

What is the level of difficulty of the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek?

The Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek is a Moderate to difficult trekking destination where you need to cross the high altitude of the Pass between the mountain above 5,000m.

Do I need a special permit to trek in the Manaslu Tsum Valley region?

Yes, you do need a permit while commencing the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek.

What kind of accommodations and facilities are available during the trek?

During the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek, you will be accommodated in the Tea House/ Guest House along the trail, where you need to use the shared bathroom.

Is it necessary to hire a guide or porter for the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek?

Yes, it is more necessary to hire a guide while trekking in the high mountains who will guide you to reach the destination safely and soundly.

Additional Information

During the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek, you will be accommodated in the Tea House/ Guest House along the Trail in the mountains. The Tea House is mainly built of wood and the cozy bedroom with common bathrooms. While few of the Tea Houses may offer you the attached bathroom as well with the ceratin rise on the payment of the room.

Accommodation For Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek

tsum valley and manaslu trekking

Talking about the food, you will get delicious food the same as the restaurants in the city area. You may order the food as per on the menu. While we as the trekking company recommend you to eat the food that is famous and ethic of the region. Which reflects the love and affection of the people of that region.

The dining room is the place where you may meet with a number of trekkers from different nations. You may share your knowledge and your own experience with others. During the night time, the dining room will be burned with the Himalayan heather which creates heat within the room and makes you warm and cozy. 

Best Season To Trek Manaslu Tsum Valley

Autumn Season (September to November)

The well-known time/season for the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek is during Autumn which falls on the month of September to November.  This season is the peak trekking season in Nepal, where you will experience the moderate temperature and the blue sky. All the mountains will open towards you as if just saying hello to you.

During the season, huge numbers of trekkers will be trekking to the destination. You will meet many trekkers from different nationalities. 

Spring( March to May)

During the Spring season, you will be also trekking in the mountains along with the diverse flowers and the flora and fauna found in each region of Nepal.

You will be welcomed with the whispers of the birds and the different animals on the trails. During the spring there will be less snowfall in the high mountains, so you will meet with the expedition people whole the trails moving towards the base camp.

Permits For Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek 

The Restricted Area  Permit(RAP)

The Restricted Area Permit is issued by the Immigration Department of Nepal. The RAP is easily available from the office of the Department of Immigration.

Annapurna Conservation Area Permits(ACAP)

Trekkers who intend to undertake the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek must get an Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP). The Nepal Tourism Board office in Kathmandu is the direct source for issuing the ACAP permit. 

Manaslu Conservation Area Permits(MCAP)

Entry into the Manaslu Conservation Area requires a Manaslu Conservation Area permit for foreigners and all SAARC nationals. The Permits can be obtained from the Nepal Tourism Board in Kathmandu office.

Trekkers Information Management System(TIMS CARD)

The TIMS cards are required for all hikers who intend to trek in Nepal. The TIMS card keeps a record of all the trekkers and their details for the safety purpose of the trekkers within Nepal. You can get the TIMS card from the NTB and also from the TAAN office in Kathmandu and Pokhara.

Why US

MyEverestTrip is a Nepalese Travel and Trekking Agency based in Kathmandu. We have been operating in different trekking regions for over a decade, traveling with hundreds of travelers worldwide.

With the pure intention to bring trekkers to Nepal’s safety and comfort, we have an entire team of travel planners, guides, and porters. We also have connections to hotels and restaurant lines all over Nepal to ensure that our trekkers get the best possible facilities.

So, here is the reason why you should travel with MyEverestTrip.

Customize Your Itinerary:

We have designed a well-planned Itinerary for all travel destinations around Nepal. However, this Itinerary is customizable as per the needs and requests of our trekkers. Just let us know when and how long you are staying so we can arrange the rest.

Our Expert Guide:

Although all travel agencies claim to have a good guide, many are not informed about the place you are traveling to. However, MyEverestTrip has its licensed guide in Nepal. They have been working in this field for over three decades, collecting all the information about the place/ culture and learning to keep the travelers safe. Also, our guide is good at the English language. We can even hire a guide who can speak Chinese and other European languages for trekking in Nepal upon special request.

Fair and reasonable Cost:

MyEverestTrip has been known for its very economic trek packages in Nepal. You can compare the price we offer with any other travel agency in Nepal and only book with us if you are satisfied with our cost. We try to include all needed expenses during the tour so that you will not be overwhelmed with hidden expenses after the packages are booked.

Your safety is our priority:

Obviously, the safety of our trekkers and team is the utmost priority of MyEverestTrip. Our guide and porters who shall accompany you for the trip will have their insurance. We also encourage Travel insurance for our trekkers. Our treks and trips have been so designed that you only walk an appropriate distance. In any case of emergency, you will always have our back.

Responsible and Eco-Friendly

MyEverestTrip operates with the belief in responsible tourism. This includes

  • We are transparent about the services covered on the trip. There shall be no hidden cost (informed in advance if there’s any)
  • We cover all the places promised before the trek (the trend of skipping places once you book the package has to be discouraged).
  • All our guides and porters are above 18yrs. We highly discourage child labor in the tourism industry
  • We do not leave any wastage behind on the trekking routes. We either dispose of the waste appropriately or carry it back with us and send it to the municipality
  • We do not engage in any activities that affect the people in the trek places of Nepal where we stay.

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