Deposit for reservations 5 000 USD
Full payment 60 days before
No refund if you cancel less than 60 days!
September 05 - September 30, 2021
34 900 USD
Experienced expedition leader (Everest summiter) from "7 Summits Club"
High-altitude porters (Sherpas) - 1 for 1 member and 0.5 sherpas for common equipment
** Sherpas establish public camps and carry public goods at a height above 6400 m, and also accompanies the member of expedition during the days of storming the peaks from the upper assault camp to the top.
-Nepalese liaison officer
-Meeting and seeing off at all necessary points of the route
-Transfers in Katmandu according to the program
-Bus and truck for the loads and helicopter for the team to fly to/from BC
-1 yak (40kg) per expedition member from BC to ABC and back
-Yak&Yeti Hotel (5 stars, BB, single rooms) in Kathmandu for 1 nights before and 1 nights after expedition
-Lodges when trekking
-Food when climbing: meals in BC and ABC, food-stuffs higher
-Tents for BC, ABC and high camps
-Kitchen with necessary equipment in BC and ABC, chairs and tableware
-Fuel for BC and ABC
-1 electric generator
-First aid kits
-Sleeping bags for high camps
-Gas bottles (250gr) for stoves for high camps
-Walkie-talkies: 1 for 2 members
-Oxygen set: mask + regulator – 1 item per climber (for ascent only)
-Oxygen bottles – 4 items per climber (for ascent only over 7500m)
-Team jacket windblock
-Two Team T-shirts
Price does not include
-Extra nights in hotel in Kathmandu
-Flight to Kathmandu
-Personal equipment for the ascent
-Lunches and dinners in Kathmandu
-Personal travel, medical and rescue insurance - obligatory!
-Nepalese tourist visa
-Airport taxes in Kathmandu
-Tips for supporting staff
-Cost of eventual rescue operations
-Extra yaks for personal things (200USD per yak)
-Extra oxygen bottles (on request only)
The most accessible Eight-thousander (8163m) of Nepal, the eighth by height. Stands in the Gorkha massif, about 40 miles east of Annapurna, which is the tenth one. The name can be translates from Sanskrit as "the mountain of spirit" Due to very long approaches the ascent used to take much longer than the other Eight-thousanders, but on our expedition we use a helicopter and can do it in 30 days. The first ascent was done in 1953 by the ladies' ever first expedition climbing an Eight-thousander. It was from Japan.
We offer a Manaslu climb with a helicopter flight to BC, 1 high altitude Sherpa for 1 member and 4 bottles of oxygen for each member.
Climbing is a potentially dangerous pastime, high-altitude climbing is dangerous at all times. There can be no possible guarantee of your success and safety at the altitudes above BC and especially above 7000 and 8000m. So we strongly recommend you to hire a personal high altitude Sherpa guide-porter, especially if you do not have any experience in high-altitude climbing. This will increase immensely your safety and chances of summiting.
On buying this programme you get 21% discount on buying your climbing gear. Detais are here
Tips guidelines (important information!)
You entrust your life, health, your time and money to the guides. And the guides take this responsibility for you and for the success of the whole trip. They are doing this 24 hours. You entrust your life, health, your time and money to the guides. And the guides take this responsibility for you and for the success of the whole trip. They are doing this 24 hours. 10-20 USD per day is expected as the normal amount of tips for the Guides and the staff of the program. If you liked everything about the trip, please don't forget to thank them. You can give the tips directly to the Main Guide and he will distribute it among the staff.
Necessary travel papers (documents)
Special permission for climbing in Tibet
By air and by land
Transport before the Base Camp:
Meeting and seeing off at the airport
All transfers to Kathmandu
Bus, truck and Helicopter for participants to and from Base camp
Minibus for the mountaineering team, truck for Luggage and staff
Transporting cargo above Base Camp:
Yaks carry cargo, 1 Yak of personal luggage of each member of the expedition
Yaks also carry all public and personal equipment of the expedition.
High-altitude porters (Sherpas) carry all public equipment of the expedition above the ABC. They help set up high-altitude camps and bring all tents, sleeping bags, mats, food, gas cylinders, gas stoves, dishes, snow shovels and ropes.
Hotel "Yak & Yeti" 5* BB in Kathmandu for 1 night at the beginning and 1 night at the end of the expedition, in single rooms
In BC and ABC-1 tent for 1 person.
High-altitude camps - 1 tent for 2-3 people.
Breakfasts in Kathmandu (lunch and dinner not included)
Meals in the mountains and on trekking - 3 times a day
Meals in BC - 3 times a day. Nepalese cooks cook on gas stoves in special tents-kitchens. You can also get any amount of hot water and boiled water to drink here. We eat in spacious dining tents equipped with tables and chairs.
Food for climbing - we provide special high-altitude products. Food is prepared by participants in high-altitude camps (above ABC) together with Sherpas on gas burners.
Nepalese liaison officer
The chef from Nepal
Kitchen workers from Nepal
High-altitude Sherpas - 1 per 1 member of the expedition
Health and medical insurance
We provide the necessary first aid kit for medical care. But we also recommend that you bring your own first-aid kit with specific medicines. Attention! A necessary condition for participation in the expedition is that the participant has special climbing medical insurance.
The weather in autumn is favorable for climbing Manaslu.
Lunches and Dinners in Kathmandu
Extra nights at Kathmandu
Tips for Nepalese kitchen staff - usually $ 200
Technical Equipment for the ascent:
Crampons (e.g. Grivel G12)
Rucksack 70-80 liters
Rucksack 35-40 liters
Karabiners with screwgate lockers - 3 items
Telescope ski poles
Video camera and assessors
Personal crockery for high camps
Sleeping bag extreme -40C
Equipment for body and feet:
Boots of "Everest" Millet type
Down jacket + down trousers (or down overalls)
Gore-tex jacket with wide hood
Gore-tex trousers (better semi-overalls)
Jacket "Polartec - 100" - 2 items
Warm underwear - 2 sets
Polartec gloves – 2 pairs
Thinsulate mittens - 2 pairs
Warm woolen socks - 4-5 pairs
Windblock face mask
Ski goggles (preferably)