|Max. Altitude||8,163 meters / 26,782 feet|
|Group Size||4 to 6 Participants|
|Price / Person||USD from 16,890|
|Accommodation||5* Hyatt Regency / Lodges / Camps|
|Meals||Half-board in Kathmandu All meals during Expedition|
HIGHLIGHTS MANASLU EXPEDITION
- 8,163 meters Manaslu Expedition Experience
- Guided sightseeing of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu
- Accommodation in Hyatt Regency (5-star) in Kathmandu
- Fascinating acclimatization Trekking to the exotic and remote places of Middle West of Nepal, with its traditional farming villages of Gurung and Magar hill tribes via Larke Pass at above 5000 meters
- Discovery of ancient Himalayan people settlements and interesting Larke Buddhist culture with its fascinating Gompas (monasteries)
- A fabulous experience of very high altitude mountaineering: the climbing of Manaslu, the 8th highest summit in the World, with its stunning view on the large Tibetan plateau
- Fly out by helicopter from Samagaon to Kathmandu
- Focus on high-quality services, experienced WILD YAK Team for a small group of 4 to 6 participants only
What our guest say
I am extremely grateful to the entire Wild Yak Expeditions team. My expedition on the Manaslu was an extraordinary adventure. Everything was managed extremely professionally; we lacked nothing, the food… + Read More
I am extremely grateful to the entire Wild Yak Expeditions team. My expedition on the Manaslu was an extraordinary adventure. Everything was managed extremely professionally; we lacked nothing, the food was complete and varied, we were considered part of a family. Everything was done to make us feel good, our acclimatization was managed perfectly, and we could reach the top of Manaslu. We owe this success in large part to the WYE team who mentored us. WYE took me on an expedition full of beautiful and strong emotions, and I felt good throughout my adventure.
Do not dream your life, live your dream. (Tommaso Campanella) After months of preparation, it went on September 2, 2018, from Vienna-Schwechat Airport via Doha (Qatar) to Kathmandu. On the… + Read More
Do not dream your life, live your dream.
After months of preparation, it went on September 2, 2018, from Vienna-Schwechat Airport via Doha (Qatar) to Kathmandu. On the first day in Kathmandu, we got to know the
Expedition teams from “Wild Yak Expeditions.” After a city tour with sightseeing and an extensive dinner in the “Yin-Yang” restaurant in the Thamel district, we went back to the hotel.
04-11 September: Departure by minibus from Kathmandu to Dharapani. Here the trek to the base camp started. This led us over the Manaslu round to Bimtang. From there, over the Lake Pass (5106m) to Samagaon at the foot of Manaslu. After two rest days for acclimatization, the ascent to the base camp at 4800m.
In constant contact with the weather forecast, a time window for the summit push between September 27th and 29th with a subsequent bad weather phase of at least one week was forecast. Therefore, we are looking for an ascent on September 24 with an expected summit day on September 28. Even the march towards Camp 1 showed us that the other expeditions followed the same strategy. Due to this fact, we decided that we would skip camp two and go straight to camp three the next day. Only a few climbers followed this strategy to reach Camp 4, with about 20 climbers on September 26. After a few hours of regeneration, we headed for the summit at 01:00 on September 27. We reached it at 8:30 a.m.
In addition to being in good physical shape and acclimatizing, the team plays a crucial role. Even the organization by the “Wild Yak Expeditions Team” worked exceptionally well. The catering in the base camp by our cook was unsurpassable. I was always surprised how meals were delicious from just a few ingredients and, above all, under reduced conditions.
Thanks to the “WILD YAK EXPEDITION TEAM” for this experience!
WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS offers Everest Expedition in exclusive style with its veteran Sherpa Guides’ support and the maximum oxygen supply to achieve one of mountaineering’s greatest glory.
8,848m / 29,028ft
Hotel Hyatt Regency / WILD YAK Campsites
Per Person Cost
USD 58,900 (from)
The “Turquoise Goddess” as named by the Tibetan is the sixth highest mountain in the world. Cho Oyu stands on the Tibet-Nepal border, 20 kilometers west of Mount Everest and Lhotse, the fourth highest mountain, in the Khumbu region of eastern Nepal along the Tibetan border. On its west, you can see the Nangpa La, which was a major pass and trade route between the Khumbu Sherpa people and Tibet from centuries.
8,201 meters / 26,907 feets
5* Hotels in Kathmandu / Chinese comfortable hotels / WYE Campsites
Per Person Cost