Our Manaslu Trekking
Manaslu Trekking is presently popular and spectacular treks in Nepal. Manaslu Trekking can start two ways from Kathmandu through Dhading and Gorkha to the first destination Arughat Bazaar. The Manaslu Trekking is bordering with the Tibetan plateau of the people republic of China to the north-east. Annapurna Conservation Area (ACAP) to the east and mid part of Gorkha. The major ethnicity of these areas is Bhotia (known as Lama), Gurung, and Karki and most of the local people follow Buddhism. Gurung, Nhubria, Tsumba, and Kutanggba are major languages spoken by these people. This habitat of this area is rich with flora and fauna providing 39 species of mammals, 19 types of forest vegetation, 201 species of birds. And 756 species of plants recorded in this area date from the Manaslu Conservation Area Project (MCAP).
The people of the Manaslu Circuit Trek, Tsum valley trek, Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek, and Two Passes Trek, Lower Manaslu Trekking, Rubinala Pass Trekking. Because Tsum Valley trekking areas still have a strong sense of attachment toward their traditional local culture and rich natural heritage. Ancient Gumba, Mani walls, and Chhorten abundantly represent the rich culture and natural region. Mt. Manaslu 8163m, the eight highest peaks in the world is another major attraction of the region. Similarly, unique landscapes, many peaks, waterfalls, forests, and lakes via Dudh Kunda, Kaltal, and Birendra Tal are other attractions of the Manaslu region.
Manaslu route is crossing the Larky Pass 5160m and entering Annapurna Region beyond Bimtang. The Manaslu Circuit descents along the banks of the Dudh Khola, the milky river that spills into the Marsyangdi joining the Annapurna circuit trail at Dharapani. Manaslu itinerary can be 14 days to 17 days as we will provide you reasonable costs for all our guests.