Itinerary

Day-to-day Itinerary

Our expedition begins in Kathmandu, Nepal. We’ll spend a few days in Kathmandu checking gear, meeting the team, and preparing for our flight to Samagoan.

Day 1

Depart home country.

Day 2

Transit.

Day 3

Arrive in Kathmandu.

Day 4

Gear Check and short tour Kathmandu.

Day 5

Fly to Samagoan (3360m) by helicopter.

Day 6

Rest day – acclimatization hikes exploring around lakes/monasteries.

Day 7

Acclimatization hike to Samado (3780m), descend back to Samagoan.

Day 8

Move from Samagoan to Manaslu Basecamp.

Day 9 – 34

Climbing period for Manaslu (8163m).

Day 35

Descend from Basecamp to Samagoan

Day 36

Fly from Samagoan to Kathmandu by helicopter, transfer to hotel.

Day 37

Free day in Kathmandu.

Day 38

Depart Kathmandu.

Please ensure that this departure date (Day 38) is flexible. Do not plan any important business for a week following the expedition, and ensure that your plane ticket is changeable.

Both of these successes leave me with the impression that due to Alpine Ascents’ continued engagement in the Tanzanian area and working to a higher standard of excellence has left no question with the support groups what the objectives are. In short, Alpine Ascents has with the Kili expedition, set a level of excellence that is known throughout the Tanzanian climbing community.

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