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Highlights of Manaslu Circuit Trek

  • The celestial natural combination of Mountains, rivers, dense forests, waterfalls, culture, religion, flora and fauna
  • Mixed feelings about the Hindu and Buddhist cultures and belives
  • Friendly locals, rich in culture with Nepalese and Tibetan fusion
  • Experience of climate changes from a warm region to a freezing temperature
  • Traditional settlements with the local artistic carvings
  • Religious monasteries and other monuments
  • Tranquil high Himalayan glacial lake
  • Lovely wildlife including blue sheep, Himalayan Thar, Pika, Marmot, Agali and Snow leopard (if lucky)
  • Cultural and religious actions like the festival, offerings and more

About Manaslu Circuit Trek

Manaslu Circuit Trek is an adventure mountain trip in Nepal. It takes you inside the restricted region of the Manaslu Conservation. Hundreds of adventure trekkers take this excursion daily in the high trekking seasons.

Trekking to Manaslu Circuit is an excellent combination of nature and culture. Travelers can see virgin nature and high mountains and explore local culture, tradition, lifestyle, and other things during the journey. You see different landscapes each day while walking on the Manaslu Circuit trail. Like other commercial mountain routes like Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Base Camp, and others, the Manaslu Circuit is less famous because of some restrictions. However, many trekkers have chosen this route after the road construction on the Annapurna Circuit trekking trail.

Our Manaslu Circuit Package lasts 12 days, but we can still make longer itineraries with different starting and ending locations. We can also plan to include Tsum Valley before going towards Larke La Pass (5,160m/16929.13 feet) or with Annapurna Circuit and Tilicho Lake.

Due to its lower popularity than other regular mountain regions like Everest, Anapurna, or Langtang, the Manaslu Circuit trail has fewer trekkers due to permit issues for single trekkers or the compulsory guide rule. However, it is becoming as famous now as other regular routes, which is why there are thousands of visitors each year.

The Manaslu Circuit is also known as Larke Pass Trek because of its high pass to cross. Crossing Larke is the most challenging section for trekkers in terms of elevation. It is relatively easy if there is no snow, but suppose there is snow and ice, and it will be challenging, especially while descending from the top towards Bhimtang.

The Trekking route of the Manaslu Circuit begins from warm lowlands and ascends gradually to the higher altitudes. So, the first walking days will be sweltering, especially in the spring months. According to our itinerary, the trip starts from Machhakhola after a long drive from Kathmandu and then treks to Jagat, Deng, Namrung, Lho Village, Samagaun, Samdo, Dharmashala, then Bhimtang and Dharapani after the pass and before taking the drive back to Kathmandu.

Manaslu Circuit: Is it the right trip for me?

Suppose you are a beginner and have never trekked to the high Himalayan elevations; honestly, it can be tough. Still, for the people who are usual hikers and have visited the higher elevations earlier and are planning to trek to Manaslu Circuit, it is the right trip for you.

Physical stamina, walking practice, and regular exercise are more important than age for Manaslu Circuit. So, children and older adults also go for Manaslu Trek with solid determination.

Training Before You Trek to Manaslu Circuit

It is compulsory to train before trekking to Manaslu Circuit. It makes it easy to walk with a flexible body and joints. We recommend at least a couple of days hike on up and downhills weekly with 5-6 kilograms weight on your back. During the Trek, you will have a day pack with water, day snacks, changing clothes, rain gear, and valuables.

Besides hiking, you can run for a few kilometers daily and join the gym for cardio and thigh exercise. If you often visit high elevations earlier, visiting high altitudes on this trip helps. We recommend doing some shorter treks like Poon Hill before you go for Manaslu Circuit.

Book Your Trek to Manaslu Circuit With the Best Travel Company in Nepal

Frolic Adventure is a legally authorized trekking and tour operator in Nepal. It has been operating trekking to Manaslu Circuit since 2016 after almost working as a trekking leader in this region. We run this trip with well-trained professional guides with government-authorized guiding licenses. We also manage robust and helpful porters to carry your hiking gear. So, remember us for the best cost for the Manaslu Trek.

We have a special discount for group bookings of more than four trekkers. For the best offer, please get in touch with us through our email or directly on WhatsApp at +9779851043624.


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Our representatives will await your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport and departure to your hotel. After refreshments, you will be introduced to the guides and other members of the company. After that, you can travel around the city, indulging in the local delicacies, sights, and sounds. Overnight stay at a hotel in Kathmandu.

  • Meals: None
  • Accommodation: Hotel
  • Place: Kathmandu
  • Altitude: 1,350m/4,430 feet
  • Mode of Transportation: Private Car/Van/Bus
  • Departure Time: According to your arrival

Today, your journey to witness the spellbinding locations around the valley. The tour begins with the Buddhist heritage at Swayambhunath, overlooking the Kathmandu valley from the top of the hill, before heading towards the Hindu temple of Pashupatinath, often called the guardian god of the nation. Deviating from the religious heritage, we head towards the historical sights of Kathmandu Durbar Square. The tour ends at Boudhanath, which has calming views of the sunset. Overnight stay at a hotel in Kathmandu.

  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Accommodation: Hotel
  • Place: Kathmandu
  • Altitude: 1,350m/4,430 feet
  • Mode of Transportation: Private Car/Van/Bus
  • Departure Time: 9:00 am

Today, you drive by public bus to Machha Khola from Kathmandu early in the morning. You will drive through various traditional villages and valleys by seeing rice, corn, millet, and wheat farms. While driving, you will also see pristine rivers, green hills, and sub-tropical forests. Overnight in Machha Khola.

Note: As requested, we also arranged a private jeep at an extra cost.

  • Meals: Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner
  • Accommodation: Guesthouse
  • Place: Machhakhola
  • Altitude: 869m/2851.05 feet
  • Mode of Transportation: Public Bus
  • Departure Time: 5:30 am

Today, you head towards the picturesque city of Jagat through the gorge up the river. The trail winds up and down through the hilly landscape, crossing Thado Khola and heading to Khorlabesi. From Khorlabesi, you go to Tatopani and have a hot bath in the natural hot spring. The trail in the Manaslu Circuit follows the Budhi Gandaki River and crosses its path multiple times to reach Jagat. Overnight stay at Jagat.

  • Meals: Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner
  • Accommodation: Guesthouse
  • Place: Jagat
  • Altitude: 1,340m/4,397 feet
  • Mode of Transportation: Walk
  • Departure Time: 7:30 am

Today, you trek to the hilly village of Deng, where stunning landscapes, dense subtropical forests, and small rivers brighten the trail. The trail climbs onto a rocky ridge heading to Salleri, continuing to Ghatta Khola and crossing Sirdibas. Chasing the course through somewhat leveled millet fields and pathways, you reach Ekle Bhatti and head along Budhi Gandaki River before settling down at Deng. Overnight stay at Deng.

  • Meals: Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner
  • Accommodation: Guesthouse
  • Place: Deng
  • Altitude: 1,860m/6,103 feet
  • Mode of Transportation: Walk
  • Departure Time: 8:00 am

The trail begins with a crossing over the Budhi Gandaki River, our constant companion for the past few days, to reach the hamlet of Bihi. Today, you also enter the Manaslu Conservation Area, and the forested trail filled with exquisite flora and fauna provides a testament to the captivating beauty the region boasts. You head to Prok, enjoying the mesmerizing views of Serang Himal (7,161m) up and over the forests, landing at the base of the hill leading to Namrung.

  • Meals: Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner
  • Accommodation: Guesthouse
  • Place: Namrung
  • Altitude: 2,630m/8,628.6 feet
  • Mode of Transportation: Walk
  • Departure Time: 8:00 am

It is a short and relaxed walking day. The trail begins gently flat for half an hour from Namrung, and then, you will ascend to Lho Village via Lhi and some other small villages. Today, you will see a magnificent close view of Mt. Manaslu from Lho Gaun, and you can also visit the Buddhist Monastery here. Overnight in Lho Gaun.

  • Meals: Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner
  • Accommodation: Guesthouse
  • Place: Lho Gaun
  • Altitude: 2,957m/9,701 feet
  • Mode of Transportation: Walk
  • Departure Time: 8:00 am

In the morning, the View of Manaslu, Ngadi Chuli, and Himalchuli (7,863m) looms in the background as you head towards the quaint hamlet of Lihi, crossing several small passes and patches of lush green forests. The trail winds down to Lho through seas of prayer flags and stone cairns, continuing to Shyala. Syala is the place for the majestic Manaslu Himal (8,163m) as the journey ends at Samagaon. Overnight stay at Samagaon.

  • Meals: Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner
  • Accommodation: Guesthouse
  • Place: Samagaun
  • Altitude: 3,520m/11,548 feet
  • Mode of Transportation: Walk
  • Departure Time: 8:00 am

Today, you can hike to Birendra Lake and Manaslu Base Camp for your acclimatization and exploration day from Samagaun. If you visit the Birendra Lake, return to the guesthouse, and visit some monasteries in Samagaun, you do not have to take a packed lunch, but if you plan to walk to the base camp, we suggest taking it. However, hiking to the base camp might be tricky and risky sometimes. Please ask about the conditions in Samagaun before you try it.

  • Meals: Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner
  • Accommodation: Guesthouse
  • Place: Samagaun
  • Altitude: 3,520m/11,548 feet
  • Mode of Transportation: Walk
  • Departure Time: 8:00 am

One of the easy days of the Manaslu Circuit Trek, you make your way to Samdo today. The journey begins with a steep descent towards the thrashing Budhi Gandaki before reaching the ever-widening valley. The trail dives deep into alpine juniper bushes before clearing at Kermo Kharka. The course again dwindles to the familiar Budhi Gandaki, beyond which the rugged path leads to Samdo. Overnight stay at Samdo.

  • Meals: Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner
  • Accommodation: Guesthouse
  • Place: Samdo
  • Altitude: 3,860m/12,664 feet
  • Mode of Transportation: Walk
  • Departure Time: 8:00 am

Today, you trek to Dharmasala, which also houses the base camp for Larkya La Pass—the journey out of Samdo heads towards the Larkya Bazaar. Once again, the trail descends to the familiar Budhi Gandaki. You reach the majestic Larkya Glacier. The journey takes us toward Salla Khola before finally heading out of the valley and going to Dharmasala for the night.

  • Meals: Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner
  • Accommodation: Guesthouse/Tent
  • Place: Larke Phedi
  • Altitude: 4,460m/14,632 feet
  • Mode of Transportation: Walk
  • Departure Time: 8:00 am

Today, you cross the Larkya La pass (5,160m/16,929 feet), widely known as perhaps the most dramatic adorning the Himalayas. Today is a long day of travel boasting dazzling views of the world's largest Himalayas. The journey begins with a steep ascent toward the northern end of the Larkya Glacier. With the rising altitude, the trail gets steeper and steeper before finally reaching Larkya La Pass at 5,160m, and the views do not hold back. The sight of Mt. Manaslu (8,163m), Samdo (6,335m), Ngadi Chuli (7,871m), and countless peaks stretching over 6500m is something beyond words could describe. You descend to Bhimthang for the night.

  • Meals: Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner
  • Accommodation: Guesthouse
  • Place: Bhimthang
  • Altitude: 3,720m/12,204
  • Mode of Transportation: Walk
  • Departure Time: 5:00 am

The long way back home begins today as you descend from Bimthang toward Dharapani. You cross the Surki, Goa, and Tilje villages on your way to Dharapani today. Once you arrive in Dharapani, cross a suspension bridge over the Marsyangdi River and meet the main Annapurna Circuit Trekking trail in the Annapurna conservation area.

  • Meals: Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner
  • Accommodation: Guesthouse
  • Place: Dharapani
  • Altitude: 1,900m/6,233 feet
  • Mode of Transportation: Walk
  • Departure Time: 8:00 am

On the final day of the Manaslu Trekking, You head back to Kathmandu from Dharapani. You will drive on a shared jeep to Besisahar and change to another public van in Kathmandu. Our company manager will join you for a farewell dinner this evening. Overnight in a hotel in Kathmandu.

Note: The sharing jeep rarely goes from Dharapani to Besisahar, so you might reserve one privately at an extra cost. We can arrange it for you!

  • Meals: Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner
  • Accommodation: Hotel
  • Place: Kathmandu
  • Altitude: 1,350m/4,430 feet.
  • Mode of Transportation: Sharing Jeep+Public Van
  • Departure Time: 6:00 am

Cost Details

  • Airport/hotel/airport pick up by private car/van/bus.
  • 3 nights of accommodation in a standard tourist hotel, including breakfast as per the above itinerary, on a twin-sharing basis.
  • Private car/van/bus and a guide for the cultural tour 
  • All ground transportation during the trip.
  • Your standard meal BLD during the trek with a cup of hot tea/coffee for breakfast
  • Fresh fruit after every dinner in the mountain
  • All necessary papers, special trekking permits, conservation area entry permits, and monument entrance fees.
  • All accommodations are in lodges/teahouses during the treks.
  • An experienced, helpful, and friendly guide, porters (1 porter for 2 people).
  • Salary, food, drinks, accommodation, transportation, and insurance for the guide and porter.
  • The arrangement of an emergency helicopter service will be paid for by your travel insurance company.
  • Sleeping bag, down jackets, and duffle bags if you don't have
  • Certificate of achievement
  • Frolic Adventure invites you to farewell dinner last night.
  • All government taxes (GST) and Stationery expenses.
  • Nepal entry visa fee (you may easily issue the visa upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport  (Kathmandu). 
  • Your travel insurance (compulsory).
  • Lunch and dinner while you are in Kathmandu.
  • All entry fees for heritage sites.
  • Your personal expenses.
  • All the alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
  • Sweet things like dessert/chocolate.
  • During the trek, there will be a hot shower, battery charge, and heater.
  • International airfare.
  • Tips for the guide, porter & driver. 
  • Any other expenses which are not mentioned in the including section.


Trip DatesAvailabilityNotesPrice  
01 Sep, 2024 - 14 Sep, 2024AvailableUS$1190
04 Sep, 2024 - 17 Sep, 2024AvailableUS$1190
08 Sep, 2024 - 21 Sep, 2024AvailableUS$1190
11 Sep, 2024 - 24 Sep, 2024AvailableUS$1190
15 Sep, 2024 - 28 Sep, 2024AvailableUS$1190
18 Sep, 2024 - 01 Oct, 2024AvailableUS$1190
22 Sep, 2024 - 05 Oct, 2024AvailableUS$1190
25 Sep, 2024 - 08 Oct, 2024AvailableUS$1190
29 Sep, 2024 - 12 Oct, 2024AvailableUS$1190

Useful Info

It's Good to Know About the Manaslu Circuit

Walk freely on a less crowded trail compared to the other busiest routes, like in Everest Base Camp or more commercial regions.

During the Larke Pass trekking, the entire region offers a slight feeling of isolation for the visitors, but there are plenty of guesthouses at each stop, and you do not need to bring tents and food.

The first few days' hikes follow the Budhi Gandaki River, with its deep and long gorge and numerous swing suspension bridges to cross.

The journey begins with a subtropical climate and then gradually ascends to a higher alpine temperature, so you should not worry about altitude sickness.

We organize a full-board trip but remember to bring Nepalese currency for your drinks in the mountains. You can exchange foreign money in the mountains but might not get a fair exchange rate.

Do not expect fancy accommodations and Western bathrooms because you are going to a remote region.

You Must Have a Guide for the Manaslu Trek.

A guide is compulsory for the Circuit Trek in Manaslu because it is a restricted region. The forbidden area is from Jagat to the top of Larkey La. Not only this trip but Upper Mustang, Dolpo, Nar Phu, and Kanchenjunga are also controlled sectors.

We provide government license holders with an English-speaking guide and a helpful assistant for your ramble. The leader who leads you is knowledgeable and helpful.

Trekking Route of Manaslu Circuit

Our regular Trekking itinerary for the Manaslu Circuit is 12 days long, but it can be shorter or longer according to your time, ability, and interest. The first day starts with a long drive to Sotikhola from Kathmandu. After that, you walk to Machhakhola for the second stop, and the third day is Jagat during the Manaslu Trek.

Likewise, you hike further to Deng, Namrung, and Samagaun on this trip's fourth, fifth, and sixth days. The seventh day is your rest day for altitude practice in Samagaun. You will Hike to Manaslu base camp and Birendra Lake or Pungyen Gompa on the rest day in Samagaun. After that, the two days to Samdo and Samagaun are shorter than other trekking days. The tenth day is challenging with Larke La Pass. After crossing this big hill, you reach Bhimtang and feel relaxed.

People reach Dharapani from Bhimtang in one day, but it is better to stop in Tilje because you might be tired from Larkey. On the 12th day of the trek, you can end the trek with a drive to Kathmandu from Dharapani or keep walking for two more days to Bhulbhule or Besishahar.

Manaslu Circuit Trek Difficulty

Most of the Trekking days on the Manaslu Circuit are relatively straightforward. However, the Larke Pass (5106m) and many hours of walking at lower altitudes make it difficult for trekkers. If you are on a Trek in spring or the beginning of autumn, the warm temperature in the lower region also makes you uneasy while walking.

The difficulty level is not a big issue for regular trekkers on this Trek, but it might be a bit hard for first-time trekkers during the Manaslu Larke Pass Trek. Some people hesitate to hand over their original passports to others, but you must provide the original passport with a Nepal Visa to issue a restricted area entry permit. This also makes it uneasy and challenging for some trekkers at the beginning.

Besides paperwork and physical difficulty, the altitude makes the Trek challenging. Altitude sickness won't be a big issue before Samagaun, but once you cross Samagaun towards Samdo, Dharmashala, and Larke La Pass, you feel too tired to walk with the altitude effect. Snow and ice can sometimes make it difficult to descend the long trail after the Larke Pass until Bhimtang.

Trekking Cost for the Manaslu Circuit

The Manaslu Larke Pass Trek is competitively cheaper than the Everest Region because it does not require a costly fight. Lodging and food costs are very reasonable, but entry permits make them slightly more expensive. The price for the Trek depends on the service you choose or what a company offers.

Our 12-day Circuit Trekking package to Manaslu is all-inclusive, and we offer this trip for 999 USD per person. The price we are bidding is for a group of two travelers in a single booking, but we can afford it at a lower cost if you have more than two people in a single trip booking. To do so, you need to contact us with your details.

We can shorten or lengthen this Trek according to your time and altitude experience for the Manaslu Trek. Also, You may pay just for a guide, porter, and permits rather than taking a full-board trip. But the total expenses for the journey are the same as our all-inclusive package cost.

Manaslu Trekking Permits

The trekkers in this region need to obtain three different Entry Permits. It is a restricted zone, so Nepali immigration issues a special permit, which costs 70 USD for the first seven days and 10 USD for every additional day from September to November. Likewise, 50 US dollars per week and 7 American dollars per day are extra in the other months.

During this adventure mountain trip, you will walk inside the Manaslu and Annapurna conservation areas, so you also need those permits. Each preserve region Permit Costs 3,000 NPR. We arrange all essential legal entry papers in Kathmandu one day before the trip starts. Detailed information about Manaslu region permit costs

Accommodation, Food, and Drink on the Manaslu Circuit Route

Getting accommodation while you trek to the Manaslu Circuit is easy. There are plenty of guesthouses along the way. The rooms are private with twin-sharing beds and are clean and comfortable. You will get an extra blanket and soft pillow with each bead. The bathrooms are clean everywhere, but there might not be sitting toilets in each lodge.

You will receive a menu on the Trek with assorted Nepalese and Western dishes. The food is hygienic, and you can enjoy the same meals at every stop. However, you might get bored seeing the same course continuously.

You can buy bottled mineral water everywhere during the trip. You can also drink regular tap water by filling your bottle, but you must use purification medication or a sterilizer before drinking.

Trekking Gear for Manaslu Curcit

It is a high-adventure trek through the cold region. Of course! It is better to pack excellent, warm equipment for the trip. It starts snowing in November and continues until the beginning of spring. Due to the freezing temperature, icy snow makes the trail slippery in the higher regions. Crampons and Trekking gear help you walk on this surface. Check out the list of regular Trekking Gear for the Manaslu Trek below:

  • Warm woolen or fleece hat
  • Thermal layers
  • Long and short-sleeve T-shirts
  • Down jacket
  • Fleece jacket
  • A pair of thick gloves
  • High-neck sweater
  • Buff
  • Windproof trouser
  • Hiking trousers
  • Hiking boots
  • A few pairs of trekking socks
  • Sports shoes for the camp
  • Water sandals
  • Rain gear
  • Sun hat, lotion, and glasses
  • Trekking rukshak or duffel bag
  • Daypack for your valuables, water, and snacks
  • Quick-drier towel
  • Moisturizers and lip balm
  • Wet napkins
  • Trekking pole
  • power bank to charge the phone and camera
  • Sleeping bag

Besides the listed things, you can pack a first-aid kit, toiletries, extra shoeless items, and daily necessities for the Larke Pass Trek. You may meet some trekkers who snore while sleeping, and it may disturb you. It is good to have earplugs for the Manaslu Circuit.

The Best Time for the Manaslu Circuit

Mid-September to November and March to mid-May are the Best times to trek the Manaslu Circuit. Autumn offers clear visibility even from a distance, and the spring season will have hazy days in lower areas. But it is nice and clear in the higher regions. The months of spring are warmer compared to autumn.

December to February are considered winter months in Nepal and will be freezing. December is doable with warm gear, but not in January and February. If you would like to visit Manaslu during the less crowded season, the beginning of December would be the best time, and the weather would be superb.

Summer brings lots of rain and poor visibility. The trekking trail is slippery, so going to the Larkey La pass during the monsoon season can be risky and unsuitable.

Altitude Sickness in the Manaslu Circuit

The Trekking itinerary for the Manaslu High Pass Trek starts at a low elevation and gradually ascends, so there is no need to worry about mountain sickness during the tour. The journey begins below a thousand meters above sea level and slowly goes above 5,000 meters to Larke La Pass.

Also, you will have an Altitude practice rest day in Samagaun. Visiting Pungen Gumba or Manaslu base camp this day for an acclimatization hike helps minimize the AMS. In the higher regions, you will have short-distance commands. It also allows trekkers to prevent mountain sickness.

Internet, Phone, and Battery Charging in the Manaslu Circuit Route

After the road construction on the Annapurna Circuit Trek, it has become a more popular trekking trail among adventure trekkers. The communication facilities in the region are still developing. Lower areas from the trip's starting point and after the pass have NTC cell phone services. You can call from an SAT phone in this region if needed.

Most places have Wi-Fi, which you can get for free or for a fee. You can charge your camera and other gadgets during the trip, but you might need to pay. The power supply in the Manaslu Region is solar and micro hydro.

Frequently Asked Questions About Manaslu Circuit (FAQs)

When is the best time to trek to the Manaslu Circuit?

September to November and March to May are the best times to visit the Manaslu Trek. Autumn has the clearest visibility, and the colorful rhododendron in the forest makes the trail attractive.

What is the fastest itinerary for the Manaslu Trek?

According to altitude safety, 12 to 14 days is good, but if you are an adventure trekker and have visited the higher elevation many times, you can finish it in 10 days.

How hard is Larke's pass, and how difficult is it?

The most challenging section of the Trek is crossing the Larke Pass. It takes around 7-8 hours from Dharmashala to Bhimtang, but it may take even longer for some people. The elevation of Larkey La Pass is 5,160m ASL.

How many hours do I have to walk daily during the Manaslu Trek?

Well, it depends on the altitude. You will walk 6-7 hours in the lower elevations and 3–4 hours in the higher areas.

Why do I have to start very early in the morning to cross Larke La Pass?

A big wind will be on the top of Larke la Pass after the sun's heat, so you must start early in the morning from Dharmasala (Larkey Phedi). Also, it is a long day, and it can be dark to reach Bhimtang if you begin late for this high pass.

Can I trek without a guide on the Manaslu Circuit?

No, it is impossible because of restrictions. Having a government-licensed trekking guide for the Manaslu Region would be best.

Can a free individual trekker get the permit for the Manaslu Circuit?

No, only a trekking company can arrange the permits for the Manaslu Trek, and restricted access is granted to a minimum of two trekkers in a group.

Is there a motor road on the Manaslu Circuit trail?

No, there is no road for motors, but if you start the trip from Arught or Sotikhola, the first two days will be on the road. Also, from Dharapani to Bhulbule, after the pass, there will be a road again sometimes.

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