“We work with a mindset of making the clients very satisfied, happy as far as possible and Success is surely our major motive so we for the very purpose use very experienced helpful well English-speaking high-altitude climbing Sherpas (Summit-ed Mt. Everest multiple times and other several 8000m+). The president himself will be there for making the team happy and for the guidance of the whole team. We provide Nepali staffs who are highly qualified with lots of experiences. We do not have failure cases till date and we will not either let so happen.” “We work with a mindset of making the clients very satisfied, happy as far as possible and Success is surely our major motive so we for the very purpose use very experienced helpful well English-speaking high-altitude climbing Sherpas (Summit-ed Mt. Everest multiple times and other several 8000m+). The president himself will be there for making the team happy and for the guidance of the whole team. We provide Nepali staffs who are highly qualified with lots of experiences. We do not have failure cases till date and we will not either let so happen.”
-Dawa Sherpa (+97798851016036, email@example.com)
“shall always remember the next day for one of the most beautiful experiences I have ever had. As we marched forward, we caught sight, after a while, of the gleaming golden towers of a monastery in the far distance. Above them, shining superbly in the morning sun, were tremendous walls of ice, and we gradually realized that we were looking at the giant trio Dhaulagiri, Annapurna and Manaslu. As”-Heinrich Harrer
Manaslu (also known as Kutang) is the eighth highest mountain in the world. It is located forty miles east of Annapurna and dominates the Gurkha massif. The mountain's long ridges and valley glaciers offer feasible approaches from all directions, and it culminates in a peak that towers steeply above its surrounding landscape, and is a dominant feature when seen from afar. This mountain was previously known as Kutan l. 'tang' being the Tibetan word for flat place, thereby describing the mountain's general summit. The name was later changed to Manaslu, which is derived from the Sanskrit word Manasa and can be roughly translated as Mountain of the Spirit.
The first ascent of this peak was in 1956 by T. Imanishi and Gyalzen Norbu (Japanese expedition). The peak was not climbed again until 1971 when a Japanese team made the second ascent. It was not until 1997 that Charlie Mace made the first American ascent. There is a half dozen established routes on the mountain today, the south face being arguably the toughest in climbing history. As of 2003, the peak has seen only 240 successful ascents and 52 fatalities, making it the 4th most dangerous 8000m peak, behind Annapurna, Nanga Parbat.
(01) Arrival & Departure: Airport Transfers-Airport/Hotel/Airport
(02) Hotel in Kathmandu: 5 nights in Kathmandu star level Hotel on sharing basis stay bed & breakfast. (during trek stay on sharing basis)
(03) Member transportation: Kathmandu-Arughat-Kathmandu (by Tourist standard vehicle)
(04) Transportation: Necessary all equipment Transportation for all Member and Staffs from Kathmandu-Arughat (by Tourist standard vehicle) –Base camp (by Porters)- Arughat (by porters/donkey)- Kathmandu (by Tourist standard vehicle)
(05) Permit: Manaslu expedition permit, National park & TIMS permit.
(06) Garbage Management: Stool Shipment Transfer & Garbage Deposit fees
(07) Lodging & Fooding: Food 3 meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) a day in Trekking & Base camp for member & Staffs
(08) Payment of Government taxes
(09) Liaison Officer: 1 Government Liaison officer with full equipment, salary, accommodation and rescue insurance.
(10) Base Camp Staff: Base camp Cook & kitchen Helper
(11) Porter: Porters up to Base camp & Porters return from Base camp
(12) Staff Salary and allowance: All Nepali staffs & porter’s daily wages, equipment, food & clothing
(13) Insurance: All Nepali Staffs Medical & Emergency rescue Insurance
(14) Base Tent: Similar to North face or high-quality tents for base camp for each member according to member’s requirement. (Above Base camp on Sharing Basis with personal sherpa)
(15) Base equipment: Base camp foam mattresses, dinning, Kitchen, Toilet, hot shower, Tables & chairs & Cooking gears
(16) Heater: Heater for base camp in Dining
(17) Light: 1 Solar panel for battery charge and light at base camp for use.
(18) Dinner: Welcome Dinner in tourist standard restaurant in Kathmandu
(19) Base Camp Service
(20) Walkie talkie communication service
(21) High Altitude Climbing Sherpa: 1 Climbing Sherpa (Helpful experienced Sherpa well English Speaking with experience of summit of Manaslu and other 8000 over mountains like Everest For Multiple times…) per member for the entire program duration with the member.
(22) High camp service: Necessary cooking gas, cooking pot for member, high altitude Sherpa, high altitude tent on sharing basis, and high food and fixing gear (C1) (C2) (C3) (C4)
(23) – Base camp management guide
(24) Oxygen: (O2)-2 For Member,1 For Sherpa. (With Regulator Mask)
(25) Helicopter Ride from Samaraun (Below Base camp... one day journey) to Kathmandu Directly
(Note: The confirmation should be done as soon as possible for the preparation and management, please do send the passport copy, passport size photo and certain advance for Further Procedure.)
We first met Dorjee Sherpa in 2012 and did a trek with him to Langtang before it was devastated in the earthquake. We quickly fell in love with the himalayas, the Nepalese people, their culture, and Dorjee shepa. The Langtang trek was a beautiful trek and a great introductory to the…
December 03, 2020Matt massey, United States
Just got home from our second trek in the Himalayas with Dorjee sherpa. We treked to tengboche for the mani rimdu festival. The festival was incredible and the mountains are magnificent. Dorjee is a great guide and we really enjoyed staying at his Buddha lodge and meeting his wonderful family.
December 03, 2020Matt massey, United States
My family and friends from Maui completed a 10 day trek through Sagarmatha National Park to Tengboche to view the Mani Rimdu Festival in November . Our Guide Dorjee Sherpa and his associates arranged a fantastic trip for us. We stayed at his Buddha Lodge in Phakding and were treated very…
December 03, 2020Kevin Horan, Nepal
I spent very memorable days in the Everest region in Nepal. I used to dream to see this highest peak of the world and now I arrested it in my camera. My guide arranged everything and helped me a lot. He did not let me feel tired and boring.
December 03, 2020Austin, Netherlands Antilles