Manaslu Circuit Trek-14 days


14 Days






Guest House and Hotel

Best Season

Spring, Autumn




Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Trip Highlight:

  • Breathtaking views of the Manaslu mountain range, which includes the eighth-highest peak in the world.
  • Traverse through a variety of landscapes, including lush green forests, alpine meadows, rocky terrain, and high mountain passes.
  • Interact with the local communities and learn about their unique culture and traditions.
  • Explore remote trails that are less traveled, providing a sense of adventure and exploration.
  • This trek offers an authentic Himalayan experience, with comfortable lodges and teahouses, friendly locals, and delicious food.
  • Cross challenging High Mountain passes including Latke La Pass, which offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains.
  • Visit several ancient Buddhist monasteries, providing a spiritual experience for trekkers.
  • Manaslu Conservation Area is home to a variety of wildlife, including Snow leopards, musk deer, and Himalayan Thar.
  • Observe a diverse range of flora and fauna including rhododendron forests, bamboo forests, and pine forests.
  • Taste authentic Nepali cuisines, such as dal bhat, Momos, and Dhido prepared by the local people.


Manaslu Circuit Trek is a popular and challenging trekking route in Nepal. It takes you through the stunning landscapes of the Manaslu region, offering breathtaking views of the Himalayas and a chance to experience the unique culture and lifestyle of the local people.

Manaslu Circuit Trek route passes the lush rice paddies terraced fields, amazing waterfalls, magical landscaped, sprawling Gurung villages, terraced hilltops covered in Rhododendron, high mountains, traditional Tibetan Buddhist, and rare flora and fauna.

Manaslu Circuit trek with Larkya La Pass is a paradise of biodiversity that is home to a wide range of flora and species. With over 2,000 plant species, 33 mammal species, 110 bird species, 11 butterfly species, and the elusive snow leopard, grey wolf, musk deer, blue sheep, and a sizable Himalayan Thar population, the area is also home to over 2,000 different varieties of plants. In the forests around the Budi Gandaki region, oak and blue pine predominate, and rhododendrons cling to the ground almost to the snowline above the Sama and Samdo towns. Edelweiss, gentians, anemones, and gorgeous star blooms cover the alpine meadows.

The 14 day Manaslu Circuit is the fastest way to finish the off-the-beaten path through Arughat. The journey takes you on a two-week tour of all the main attractions in the remote Budi Gandaki and Nubri Valley, where you can get up-close views of Mt. Manaslu, the eighth-highest summit in the world. Trekkers are rewarded with breathtaking views of lush forests, flowing waterfalls, and gorgeous terraced fields along the way. They travel over high mountain passes, where they can see the magnificent Mount Manaslu, and through old-fashioned towns, where they can get a taste of the vibrant culture and welcoming hospitality of the residents. The walk also provides the opportunity to visit historic Tibetan Buddhist temples and take in the tranquility and spirituality of this unusual faith.

Trekkers will be in amazement as they pass around the Manaslu Circuit and take in the breathtaking vistas of Mount Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, and Himal Chuli. They will also be welcomed by the local Gurung, Tibetan, and Sherpa communities, so it’s not just about the scenery. This is an opportunity to experience a distinct culture personally and take in their gracious welcome.

Graceful adventure travel is a well-reputed and registered company in Nepal that provides the best trekking package for Manaslu Circuit. Along with the trekking package, we can also arrange accommodation, accessibility, amenities, and any other services for guests according to their preferences.  Our company provides well-trained and experienced guides and porters who have detailed knowledge of the geographic condition of that place. And as well they can help you with any situation during this trek.

Best time to visit Manaslu Circuit

The best time to visit the Manaslu Circuit trek is during the autumn and spring season. During these months, the weather is generally clear, and the temperature is moderate, making it an ideal time for trekking. The visibility is excellent, and you can enjoy the spectacular mountain views without any hindrance.


The Autumn season which falls between September to November is considered one of the best times to visit the Manaslu Circuit Trek. During this time, the weather is generally clear and stable, and the temperature is moderate, making it ideal for trekking. This season is characterized by clear skies, which provide excellent visibility of the surrounding mountains, making it an ideal time for trekking. The temperature during the day is warm and comfortable, and the nights are cool. You can expect an average daytime temperature of around 15-20 degrees Celsius and a nighttime temperature of around 5-10 degrees Celsius. You can expect mostly dry weather, with minimal chances of rainfall. This makes the trails less muddy and easier to navigate. During this season, you can observe incredible views of the Manaslu massif, including the eighth-highest mountain in the world. You can also see other stunning peaks like Himchuli, Ngadi Chuli, and Ganesh Himal.


For Manaslu Circuit Trek, Spring is another most recommended season which falls between March to May. During this season, the weather is generally mild and pleasant, and the landscape is lush green, making it a beautiful sight to behold. The weather during spring is mild, with an average daytime temperature of around 10-15 degrees Celsius, and a nighttime temperature of around 0-5 degrees Celsius. The weather is stable, with minimal chances of rainfall. Spring is the season of blooming flowers, and you can expect to see the hillside covered in colorful rhododendron blooms. This season is also an excellent time to spot wildlife in the Manaslu Conservation Area including musk deer, Himalayan Thar, and various bird species.


Manaslu Circuit Trek during the Monsoon season can be challenging due to heavy rainfall and the risk of landslides. The Manaslu region is known to receive heavy rainfall during the monsoon season, and the trails can become slippery and muddy, making it difficult to trek. The clouds and mist during monsoon can obstruct the stunning mountain views, making it challenging to enjoy the scenic beauty of the region. The Manaslu region comes alive during monsoon, with the landscape turning lush green and vibrant, making it a beautiful sight to behold.


Trekking to Manaslu Circuit during winter is possible but challenging. In Nepal, the winter season falls between December to February. In this season, you can expect freezing temperatures in Manaslu Conservation Area. The average daytime temperature during winter ranges from 5-10 degrees Celsius, and the nighttime temperature can drop to -10 degree Celsius or lower. This trek receives heavy snowfall during winter, and the trails can be covered with snow and ice, making it challenging to navigate.  Manaslu Circuit trek during the winter is challenging yet rewarding if you’re prepared for the extreme weather conditions and have the necessary gear and experience.


Welcome to Nepal. Our representative will come to receive you at the Tribhuvan International Airport at the arrival terminal with a plyboard of your name or company name. Then you’ll escort to your respective hotel through a private vehicle. We provide private vehicles according to our guest’s preferences and also depending on group size.

Overnight in Kathmandu

Kathmandu is a historical city in Nepal where one can observe and learn more about the art, architecture, monuments, culture, and lifestyle of local people. There are altogether seven World Heritage sites listed by UNESCO.  They are Durbar Square (Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Patan), Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath, Baoudhanath, and Changunarayan temple.

Your day starts the late morning after having breakfast. On this day, you’ll explore some heritage sites of Kathmandu. Our tour guide takes you and explain details about the that places, culture, festival, and local lifestyle. After exploring the places, you’ll take back to the hotel and explain about the treks.

Overnight in Kathmandu

After having breakfast at the hotel, you’ll travel to Machha Khola by private jeep. You’ll travel through the hilly terrain which is a scenic drive and a wide chance to see multi-culture people on the way. As you head towards Dhading Besi, you will pass the Kathmandu Valley. Due to construction, the route in some places can be challenging. The trip will lead you to the village of Arughat, which is located on the other bank of the Budhi Gandaki River, in the northwest.

The road from Arughat to Sotikhola has some gravel in certain places. You will arrive at Soti Khola after passing past the Gurung and Magar villages before continuing up to Machha Khola. On the journey, you’ll enjoy the views of Shringri Himal.

Overnight in Machha Khola

Starting on this day, the trek begins, with the first section passing through Khoralabesi on a narrow trail. A natural hot spring known as Tatopani will also be crossed, where you can take a little break to soak your feet in a warm bath or simply relax your feet. You can ascend the ravine and cross the Budhi Gandaki River bridge after lunch. You’ll arrive in Dobhan after a 2- to 3-hour journey. A suspension bridge must be crossed before continuing up the hill on a wonderful walk that passes waterfalls and wildflowers. To go to Yaruphat’s rock wall, where you can take pictures for your memories, you must traverse a lengthy wall-hanging bridge.

You can reach Jagat, the entrance to the restricted area of the Manaslu region, after another two hours of walking. Here, you must provide the authorities with your documentation and permit. In a little while, you will arrive at Philim village, where you will spend the night. Tewa Himal (6,008 m), Lumbo Himal (6,250 m), Lapuchen (5,996 m), Dwijen Himal (6,309 m), and Shiringi Himal (7,161 m) are just a few of the magnificent mountain ranges that can be seen from the settlement.

Overnight in Jagat

Early in the morning, begin your trip from Jagat in the direction of Deng. The hike begins with a gentle ascent along the valley of the Budhi Gandaki River. A beautiful bridge may be found further on, and it leads to a waterfall. You’ll trek through pine forests before continuing down the Gandaki River’s gorges in the direction of Deng.

Overnight in Deng

From Deng to Namrung, you’ll start your trip through picturesque alpine valleys and tiny settlements. Traditional stone homes and stunning mountain and forest vistas may be seen in the settlements. Along the journey, you might see prayer flags, chortens, and mani walls. There will be traces of Tibetan Buddhist communities as you progress farther north toward the Tibetan border. Since Namrung is only 6 km away, the majority of residents speak Tibetan and adhere to the local way of life.

Overnight at Namrung

You can experience breathtaking vistas of mountains like Ganesh, Singri, Boudha, Himchuli, and, most significantly, Manaslu as you make your way from Namrung to Sama Gaon. You will pass the Tibetan Buddhist communities’ main settlements in the villages of Lih, Sho, Lho, and Shayla along the journey. You will be captivated by the sight of peak Manaslu as you approach Sama Gaon. This community, which is also known as the “gateway to Manaslu,” is worth spending a day wandering around and investigating.

Overnight in Saamagon

You’ll take the day off to relax and travel around Sama Gaon. After breakfast, you can go outside and talk to the locals to learn about their way of life. The Pung Gyan Monastery is accessible on foot and is located close to the bases of Hiunchuli and Nadi Chuli. The region is strongly influenced by Tibetan traditions.

You may trek to Manaslu Base Camp and back in a single day if you’re up for a thrilling challenge. If Manaslu Base Camp is not an option, you can go to Birendra Tal, a turquoise glacial lake in the Nubri Valley encircled by the snow-capped mountains. Return to your tea house after your exploration.

You will depart from Sama Gaon for Samado after breakfast. You arrive at Khermo Kharka, a lush grassland with bordered mani walls, through the first path. From there, there are two routes: one goes to Manaslu Base Camp, while the other goes to Samado. You will pass the Manaslu Glacier if you take the Samado trail. Following the birth, a rhododendron woodland rises to the Tibetan community-heavy settlement of Samado. The town of Samado is the final one before reaching the Larkya La pass. Because of the close proximity to the border, it was a well-liked trade route to Tibet.

Overnight in Samado

You’ll travel by foot from Samado to Larkya Base Camp and then on to Dharamshala. You will have clear views of Manaslu during your trek today because it is so close by. You will travel the circuit towards Lakya Phedi, the starting point of the Larkya La Pass, while taking in the magnificent Himalayan views. The second portion of your walk brings you to Dharmashala from the base camp. Only a few transient settlements exist in Dharamshala.

Overnight in Dharmasala

As you will be crossing the challenging Larkya La pass, one of the highest in Nepal, this day is one of the most anticipated of the trek. You will ascend a slope to reach the magnificent Larkya glacier’s northern side. Larkya Peak and Cho Peak may both be seen from that location. You will walk up to the Larkya La Pass by following the difficult glacier moraines. The most difficult and exhilarating day of the entire walk is today.

The Cheo Himal, Himlung, Kangaru, Gyaji, and even Annapurna II can be seen in spellbinding views from the high point of the pass. You will go towards Bimthang after the strenuous climb and stop at a teahouse to relax.

Overnight in Bhimtang

You have one more interesting day before you begin your last trek to Dharapani. To reach the hard riverbank that runs along the mountainside, you will descend through a rhododendron treeline. Although the day is lengthy, the scenery is beautiful. You will finally arrive in the Tibetan and Chhetri community’s village of Tilje. You will discover incredible civilizations, cuisines, and traditions as a result of the blending of other nations. As you proceed to Thongje by crossing the Annapurna Circuit Trail, Tibetan prayer flags flap in the wind. You will eventually arrive in Dharapani, where you will spend the night. This is the last day of the walk, so you may enjoy it with your group and the locals.

Overnight in Dharapani

You will depart the Marsyangdi River Valley on this day and go back to Kathmandu by car. You will start the day early and embark on the lengthy drive to Besisahar. There are several rocky spots on the road. The journey to Kathmandu from Besisahar is through farms and alongside rivers.

You will be taken to your accommodation in Thamel after arriving back in Kathmandu so you can recuperate after the long drive. The evening of your final day in Nepal might be spent taking in a local bar or club or shopping for gifts to send home.

Overnight in Kathmandu

This is your final day in Nepal. As per your departure time, our representative will drop you at the airport. If you’ve enough time you can go shopping.


  • Airport pickup and drop service by private car.
  • All kinds of transportation services
  • Two nights lodging plus breakfast at a tourist standard Kathmandu hotel.
  • 12 nights of Trekking Lodge (tea house) accommodation throughout the hike.
  • Breakfast, day meal, and supper are all included in the full board hike package.
  • Skillable Guide and Porter
  • Administrative fees and governmental taxes.
  • Charge of the special Manaslu hiking permit
  • Trek guide and Porter insurance.
  • ACAP and MCAP permit.
  • Assistant Guide for a group with more than 6 people.
  • Emergency Rescue Arrangement service which will be funded by your travel insurance.
  • First-aid supplies include an oxygen meter to check pulse rate.
  • Energy Supplements (Cookies, chocolate bar, etc.) once a day.
  • Seasonal fruits as dessert after dinner.
  • Certificate of trek completion along with Graceful Adventure Travel
  • Farewell dinner in a typical Nepali kitchen.
  • Nepal Entry Visa fee which cost $30 USD for 15 days.
  • Meals not listed in the “Daily food Inclusions”
  • Porter ( additional $25 per day )
  • If you need Private Jeep ( additional $450 for round trip )
  • Personalized hiking kit for trekkers
  • Traveling and Medical insurance
  • Tips for guide and porter.
  • Drinks, snacks, water as well as other individual needs and expenses


Essential Info:

Acclimatization on Manaslu Circuit Trek 14 Days 

Acclimatization is a critical aspect of any high-altitude trek, including the Manaslu Circuit Trek. The Manaslu Circuit trek is a challenging trek that takes you to the heights of 5160 meters, and it is essential to acclimatize properly to prevent altitude sickness and enjoy the trek. During the trek, it is recommended to follow the acclimatization guidelines and take rest to allow your body to adjust to the altitudes. The trek itinerary usually includes rest days in Samagaon (3530 meters) and Samdo (3875 meters) to help acclimatize.

It is important to stay hydrated, eat well, and avoid alcohol and tobacco during the trek. Drinking plenty of water and fluids can help prevent altitude sickness and dehydration. It is also advisable to walk slowly and take regular breaks to allow your body to acclimatize gradually. In addition to these measures, some trekkers may take Diamox (Acetazolamide) or other altitude sickness medication to help prevent altitude sickness. However, it is always best to consult with a doctor before taking any medication.

Overall, acclimatization is crucial during the Manaslu Circuit Trek, and it is essential to listen to your body and follow the guidelines to ensure a safe and enjoyable trekking experience.

Trekking Difficulties on Manaslu Circuit Trek 14 Days 

The Manaslu Circuit Trek 14 days is a popular and challenging trekking route in Nepal. It takes you through the stunning landscapes of the Manaslu region, offering breathtaking views of the Himalayas and a chance to experience the unique culture and lifestyle of the local people. The trek starts from Arughat, a small town in the Gorkha district, and follows the Budhi Gandaki River, passing through beautiful forests, remote villages, and high mountain passes. The trail is relatively less crowded than other popular trekking routes in Nepal, offering a peaceful and authentic experience of the Himalayan region.

The highlight of the Manaslu Circuit trek is crossing the Larkya La Pass which is a challenging but rewarding experience. The pass offers stunning views of the surrounding peaks, including Manaslu, the eighth-highest mountain in the world. This trek requires a good level of physical fitness and proper acclimatization to avoid altitude sickness. Trekkers need to carry their own food, water, and camping equipment or stay in basic tea houses along the way.

Manaslu Circuit Trek 14 Days cost

The price of the trek to Manaslu Circuit depends on the services that you demand during the trek. According to variations of Accommodation, Accessibility, Meals, and amenities, the price are different. Our normal price for this trek starts from USD$1120.  Although costs are increasing in accordance with facilities and services.

Guide and Porter Service on Manaslu Circuit Trek 14 Days 

Anyone who wants to witness Nepal’s natural beauty should take the Manaslu Circuit Trek. This expedition will certainly be a delightful adventure whether you go alone, with friends, or with family. It is possible to hike alone, however, please be advised that regulations require that all foreign tourists have a guide and porter.

We can provide English-speaking, highly qualified, and experienced porters who are renowned for their courtesy and friendliness. Our crew will acquaint you with Nepalese culture and customs, and if necessary, we may arrange for a translator to assist you.

Our 14-day Manaslu Circuit trekking program is best suited for group excursions. Because we must move personal items, we offer porters. Because each porter is only allowed to carry 20 to 25 kg, it’s crucial to pack lightly.

Depending on the size of the group, we will provide the following number of guides and porters:

  • For 1 or 2 trekkers, we provide 1 guide and 1 porter.
  • For 3, 4, or 5 trekkers, we provide 1 guide and 2 porters.
  • For 6 or 7 trekkers, we provide 1 guide, 1 assistant guide, and 3 porters.
  • For 8 trekkers, we provide 1 guide, 1 assistant guide, and 4 porters.
  • For 9 trekkers, we provide 1 guide, 1 assistant guide, and 4 porters.
  • For 10 trekkers, we provide 1 guide, 2 assistant guides, and 5 porters.

For your best experience, kindly take note that our guide and porter services are customized to the number of trekkers in your group. You may be sure that your journey will be both safe and fun due to our knowledgeable guides and porters.

Manaslu Circuit Permit

  • ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area Permit)
  • MCAP (Manaslu Conservation Area Permit)
  • RAP (Restricted Area Permit)

Important Documents and Information to get these permit

  • 2 passport-size photos
  • Photocopy of your passport
  • Dates when your trek starts and ends
  • Emergency Contact Information
  • Travel Insurance Detail

Food and Accommodation on the Manaslu Circuit trek

During the Manaslu Circuit trip, food and lodging are crucial for trekkers. Every traveler on this route has a high priority for food and lodging. In the remote area of the nation where the Manaslu is situated, there are tea houses and lodges where the inhabitants warmly greet guests.

Food is essential during the hike. Burning food is the primary energy source for the journey. The phrase “Dal Bhat power, 24 hours” refers to a person’s ability to survive for almost a day after drinking dal bhat in Nepalese. Although dal bhat is the national food, other cuisines can also be prepared, such as vegetable and noodle soups.

Bread, eggs, pizza, prawns, momo, ramen noodles, sweets including ice cream and porridge, and steaks are regularly included on the menu. We will compile a complete list of your food preferences and provide it to the hotel where you will be staying throughout the Manaslu Circuit Trek, so visitors don’t need to worry about their meals.

Because they could have a bad impact on your physiology and health at higher altitudes, it is strongly advised that you avoid dairy products, hard drinks, and beverages with a lot of caffeine.

Drinking Water Manaslu Circuit Trek 

Trekkers must drink plenty of water to keep their bodies hydrated and avoid altitude sickness (AMS). (Acute Mountain Sickness). Three to four liters of water per day should be consumed while trekking to Manaslu Circuit.

Instead of purchasing bottled water, we strongly advise you to carry one reusable water container that can hold hot water. Bottled water can be pricey on treks and contribute to thrashing issues around the Everest region. Water purification tablets can be used to clean water. But after taking tablets, the flavor will change. Water should always be consumed after sufficient cleansing. At the teahouse, boiled water is offered for an extra fee.

Travel Insurance Nepal Trekking 

A strong travel insurance policy that provides sufficient insurance for all of your activities is essential for the Manaslu trek. During the entire trip, anything may happen. Although we are more concerned with safety, accidents, and emergencies that may happen where we are occasionally cannot be completely ruled out.

Your travel insurance plan should cover any medical issues you may experience while trekking, as well as physical injuries, helicopter evacuation, hospital costs, and other charges.

Electricity and Communication on Manaslu circuit Trek 

In the city area, there will always be electricity and an internet connection. There may be power disruptions in some village areas during treks, though. Due to the overcrowded route and remote location, even in tea houses or lodges where you choose to stay, there can be extra fees for using electricity or internet services. Please be aware that there won’t be any access to electricity or the Internet during the journey. The tea houses or lodges where you will be staying are the best places to charge your electronic gadgets.

ATM and Currency exchange on Manaslu circuit Trek 

Travelers can easily obtain Nepalese currency in Nepal’s major urban centers of Kathmandu because of the abundance of easy ATMs and money exchange facilities that are available there. In remote locations, where only Nepalese money is used and modern banking facilities may be rare, these services might not be easily accessible.

Travelers are highly recommended to make plans ahead of time and convert their foreign currency for Nepalese currency before starting a trek to avoid probable inconveniences. This will guarantee that sufficient local currency is easily accessible to buy necessities like food, water, and other important goods while on the hike. The process can be sped up and unnecessary tension reduced by seeking advice from local currency exchange services in Pokhara or Kathmandu.

Equipment Required for Manaslu Circuit Trek 


  • Down sleeping bag (you can borrow with us)
  • Down Jacket (according to the Season)
  • Fleece linear
  • Walking Poles
  • Water bottles and water purification tablets
  • Sun block cream
  • Lip Guard
  • Hand wash liquid
  • Toiletries Kit

Upper Body

  • Sun hat
  • Glacier glass
  • Head torch
  • Ear-muffler and neck warmer


  • T-shirt
  • Light Jacket
  • Water and Windproof Jacket
  • Shirts
  • Light and Warm thermal tops


  • Hand gloves

Lower Body

  • Long and Short trekking pants
  • Water and Windproof trekking trousers


  • Thin and Thick Shock
  • Trekking Boot, Light Boot, and Slipper

Medicine and First Aid Kits

(Our guide will carry a first aid kit bag during the trek. We will recommend carrying your personal first aid kit bag if necessary)

  • Headache and fever medicine
  • Burnt cream
  • Antibiotics
  • Ibuprofen for general ache and pain
  • Blister treatment such as hand plants and aids, some waterproof tape, and anti-infection.

Tour Pokhara (Graceful Adventure Travel Team)

A reputable and well-known adventure travel agency, Tour pokhara is situated in the stunning nation of Nepal and is officially registered as a company for tourism hospitality . We specialize in providing outstanding trekking tours to visitors from around the world who want to discover the majestic Himalayas.

At Tour Pokhara , we are dedicated to doing our work to the highest standard possible. We have built a reputation for offering an excellent level of service because our main objective is to make sure that our visitors have a safe and memorable journey.

Our team consists of up of experienced, dedicated guides, assistant guides, and porters who are passionate about making sure that our visitors have a pleasurable and memorable experience. We take pride in providing a selection of amenities and services that are intended to improve the overall trekking experience and make it more enjoyable and adventurous.

We are committed to exceeding the requirements and expectations of our cherished visitors, and we do everything in our ability to make sure that their trip is a success. We go above and beyond in offering individualized attention, first-rate service, and sincere care from the moment they arrive in Nepal until the end of their journey.

Tipping  For Guide and Porter 

Tipping is an optional way for you to express appreciation for your services. You may want to leave a tip for the services you appreciate, or you may just want to express your gratitude in Nepali by saying “DHANYABAD.”

The final day of the vacation is typically when tips are given. Similar to this, trekkers are free to tip a hotel, lodge, or individual on whatever day they choose. trekkers are free to tip the hotel, lodge, or individuals whenever they like. Tipping is completely a matter of personal preference and perception.

Booking process For Manaslu Circit trek 14 days 

You can contact us in different ways to book a vehicle and also you have different payment options while booking the Gokyo Lake Trek. We accept:

  • Bank transfer

Bank transfer is available for international and domestic tourists. The bank details of our company are:

Account Name of the Company: Graceful Adventure Travel Pvt. Ltd

Name of Bank: Muktinath Bikas Bank LTD

Account No:2222530000591762

Account type: Current

  • Cash-in-hand

We also accept cash in hand for this trek, if you are near our office then you can visit an office. You should pay 30% in advance for the Everest Base Camp trek.

  • E-wallet like e-Sewa, Khalti, or Connect Ips

E-wallets like e-Sewa, Khalti, or Connect Ips are also available in Vehicle Nepal. Nepalese and Indian citizens can use e-wallets like e-Sewa and Khalti for payment.


For further booking, you can contact us:

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