Manaslu Trekking area is dominated by Mount Manaslu (8163 m), the 8th highest mountain in the world. The region is a newly developing tourist destination that requires a special permit to enter. In 1998, the government of Nepal declared the Manaslu region as the Manaslu Conservation Area. It offers a variety of activities, including trekking and expeditions, pilgrimage tours, and encounters with wildlife such as yaks, barking deer, and Himalayan marmots. The trekking routes vary in difficulty and offer stunning mountain views, lush green hills, and a unique blend of Hindu and Tibetan villages. The best time for trekking is April-May and September-October, with the most popular treks being Manaslu Circuit, Tsum Valley, and Manaslu Tsum Valley. The trek offers a chance to explore the diverse cultures of Nepal and is an unforgettable experience.