About This Package
The Manaslu Circuit is a newly opened promenade for travellers from all over the world, which is a wonderful blend of natural splendour and cultural mix of Nepal. Opened in 1992 the Manaslu region is a magnet for travellers and adventurers who are considering trekking in Nepal. Thus, Manaslu has managed to attract attention and curiosity, of travelers who in reality visit this place. The Manaslu Trek tour is rich in beauty with the inclusion of the well-trodden path. As you progress through the trek, you will find climatic, vegetation, cultural and wildlife diversity. Beyond the conservation area of Manaslu, this place is full of flora and fauna and, if you are lucky, you can find some species along the way. The trek of the Manaslu region is a remarkable place to welcome the magnificence of the Mt. Manaslu which is the eighth highest mountain in the world. The exuberant environment in the interior of the Dwarf Mountains, this area is a blessing for anyone looking for peace and happiness in the midst of nature.
One of such lovely treks the Manaslu Trek circuit is one of the most challenging routes in Nepal. The round of Manaslu Trek will reward the adventurers with extraordinary alpine fun. There are very few visitors to this area, so the trails are less crowded, which makes it a quiet, natural and beautiful experience as well as ideal for those looking to escape from the everyday busy life. Another highlight of the trip is not only the haunting natural beauty, but the traditional Tamang and Sherpa settlements with their unique cultures. The circuit of the Manaslu Trek begins in Kathmandu, where we visit the UNESCO World Heritage sites, then in Arughat, where the trek begins itself. The entire course is adorned with perfect views of the snow-capped mountains, a unique combination of rich cultural heritage and adventures amidst vistas of incomparable beauty and rare biodiversity.
Manaslu Circuit Trek Highlights:
1. The stunning natural beauty of the forests, rivers and flora of the Manaslu region.
2. The friendly people and the rich culture of the region, which includes Nepalese and Tibetan ethnic groups.
3. Larky La Pass (5167 meters), the highest point of the walk.
4. A breathtaking view of Manaslu, Cheo Himal, Himalung Himal, Nemjung, Gyaji Kang and Kang Guru and the Annapurna II.
5. Abundant wildlife that includes Tahr (mountain goat), Agali (blue sheep), pika (mammal that lives higher), Himalayan marmots and, if you're lucky, Snow Leopard.
6. Long walk up through the Budi Gandaki valley.