Short Introduction of Manaslu Region

Situated in the Mansiri Himal to the west-central of Nepal, Manaslu region is dominated by world’s eighth highest mountain; Mt Manaslu (8163m). Manaslu region, anew touristic destination of Nepal is still a restricted area which requires a special permit to enter its territory. In December 1998, the government of Nepal asserted the Manaslu region as Manaslu Conservation Area. This region consists of sub-equatorial Himalayan foothills to dry Trans-Himalayan high meadows. Manaslu region bestows the heavenly vistas of Mt. Manaslu alongside other ten iconic peaks such as Nagdi Chuli (7871m), Himalchuli (7892m), and Ganesh NW (Ganesh II/III) (7118m) to name few.

Manaslu region offers a wide range of trip activities for voyagers all around the world. One can have a great experience of trekking and expedition to Gorkha and pilgrimage tour to sacred Hindu temple; Manakamana. The trek to Manaslu regions varies from easy to strenuous and trekking route encompasses encounters with yaks, barking deer, and Himalayan marmots. The diversified landscapes, eye catchy tea houses, consolidation of rich cultural heritages, availability of various adventurous trip activities and unbound beauty are the key features of this region. The trek to the Manaslu region offers a chance to explore the multi-ethnic communities of Nepal. With only a few trekkers trekking in the trails, Manaslu circuit trek is becoming the most common trekking destination here. Manaslu circuit trek offers stunning mountain views, lush green hills, and diversified landscapes with the unique combination of Hindu and Tibetan style villages. The highest point of Manaslu circuit is Larkya La Pass situated 5220m above sea level.

The trek to this naturally and culturally delightful destination is something that you would cherish lifelong. The best time for trekking and expedition is April-May and Sept-Oct. Manaslu circuit trek, Tsum valley trek, and Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking are some of the most favored treks here.