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Accommodation Options on the Manaslu Circuit Trek

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Accommodation Options on the Manaslu Circuit Trek

The Manaslu Circuit trek stands out as one of Nepals premier tea house treks, offering an appealing alternative to the Annapurna Circuit route.

Many trekkers opt for the convenience of teahouse stays, while those inclined toward camping also have that choice available.

In this article, we will break down the details of teahouse accommodation and the services they provide at each stop along the Manaslu trek.

Lodging in Kathmandu

Serving as Nepal's capital, Kathmandu offers a range of accommodations, from simple hostels to luxurious 5-star chains. Thamel, in particular, provides an ideal base for resting a day or two prior to commencing your trek. Other options also exist for lodging in Kathmandu before embarking on your journey.

Expect to pay around $50-$60 for decent accommodation.

Teahouse Stays on the Manaslu Circuit Trek

Teahouse in Soti Khola, Manaslu

As you leave Kathmandu, your next potential stop is Soti Khola. Alternatively, an early start can lead you to Maccha Khola, by passing Sotikhola. Soti Khola boasts five guesthouses:

  • ABC Guest House
  • Fulbari Guest House
  • Green Valley Guest House
  • Tsum Valley Guest House
  • Satkar Guest House

These teahouses offer basic food and lodging facilities, along with conveniences such as WiFi and communication phones.

Teahouse in Maccha Khola, Manaslu

During your stay in Machha Khola, you'll have a choice of four different teahouses:

  •  Tsum Valley Guest House
  • Larkey Guest House
  • Everest Guest House
  • Hilltop Guest House

In addition to accommodations and food, these teahouses also provide WiFi and hot showers for an extra fee.

Teahouse in Jagat, Manaslu

Following a 7-hour trek from Maccha Khola, you'll arrive in Jagat on the third day of your journey. Jagat offers four guesthouses with WiFi and satellite phone facilities:

  • Jagat Guest House
  • Himalayan Tourist Guest House
  • Manaslu Santi Guest House
  • Rubii Nala Guest House

Jagat marks the point where you need to display and register your restricted permits for the Manaslu and Tsum Valley Trek.

Teahouse in Deng, Manaslu

Deng is the gateway to the restricted region of the Manaslu Circuit Trek. Here, you'll find just three guesthouses:

  • Windy Valley Guest House
  • Sangrila Cottage
  • New Manaslu Guest House

These teahouses provide WiFi but lack hot shower amenities.

Teahouse in Namrung, Manaslu

From Deng, you'll continue your trek to Namrung, where teahouses with hot showers and WiFi services await. Expect a steep climb for a few hours to reach one of the guesthouses in Namrung:

  •  Namrung Thakali Guest House
  • Namrung Guest House
  • Nubri Four Season Resort
  • Teahouse in Lho, Manaslu

Lho presents four teahouses that offer access to satellite phones, WiFi, and hot showers:

  • Majestic Manaslu
  • Tashi Dalek Guest House
  • Namaste Guest House
  • Lama Guest House

Teahouse in Sama Gaun, Manaslu

Situated at an altitude of 3530 meters, Sama Gaun features 7 guest houses:

  •  Mount Manaslu Guest House
  • Tashi Dalek Guest House
  • Sama Gaun Guest House
  • Peace Heaven Guest House
  • Norling Guest House
  • Nobri Valley Guest House
  • Gurung Cottage Guest House

Accommodation with hot showers, WiFi, and satellite phones is readily available here.

  •  Teahouse in Dharmasala, Manaslu
  •  Dharmasala offers only two basic guest houses:
  •  Jambala Guest House
  • Larkey Guest House

These accommodations lack WiFi and hot shower services, offering an opportunity to experience the authentic remote Himalayan lifestyle.


On this day, you'll reach teahouses providing amenities like hot showers and WiFi:

  •  Mountain Ponker Cottage
  • Ganga Manaslu
  • Sushma Guest House
  • Himalayan Guest House
  • Apple Garden

Teahouse in Dharapani, Manaslu

Dharapani marks your final stop before returning to Kathmandu. The area boasts a variety of teahouses catering to different budgets. Some rooms offer attached toilets, hot water, and WiFi services.


What's the Accommodation Cost in the Manaslu region?

Accommodation costs vary with the trek season and altitude. Expect to pay $3-$5 in lower altitudes during peak seasons. As you ascend, prices rise to around $7-$10. Off-season rates range from $2-$3 in lower altitudes, increasing to $5-$7 at higher altitudes.

See Also: Complete Cost Breakdown of Manaslu Circuit Trek 

What Types of Rooms Are Available in Manaslu Teahouses?

Lower altitudes offer single rooms with attached bathrooms, while higher altitudes provide twin-sharing rooms with shared toilets. Rooms usually include two beds with mattresses, pillows, and warm blankets.

Is Room Heating Available?

Room heating isn't provided, but dining areas often have heating.

Can I Get a Single Room During Manaslu Trek?

Single rooms are available at lower altitudes for an extra charge. However, availability may be limited at higher altitudes due to fewer teahouses.

Do Tea Houses Provide Food?

Yes, teahouses serve nutritious food and beverages, including both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options.

Is Camping Possible on the Manaslu Trek?

Yes, camping is an option, but it requires a trekking team with camping equipment and cooks.

Will Accommodation Be a Problem on the Manaslu Trek?

No, finding accommodation isn't an issue. Manaslu offers numerous teahouses for lodging and dining. Camping is also feasible, and arrangements can be made for you.

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