Manaslu region trekking is considered one of the most popular trekking destinations in Nepal. As you move along some of the most adventurous routes in the Manaslu region, witness the grandeur of the world’s 8th highest mountain, Mt Manaslu (8163m).
Let Nature Excursion take you through some of the pristine locations in the world where any individual around the globe will feel a step closer to nature.
Walk along the rugged, steep trails crossing waterfalls, suspension bridges, and traditional villages. Similarly, explore the Manaslu Conservation area to survey some of the exotic flora and fauna on the planet. The Manaslu trek package with Nature excursion in a well-planned itinerary lets individuals view mountains like Himalchuli (7893m), Ngadi Chuli, Shringi, Lagpo Saula and many more.
The highest point in the Manaslu region is Larke la Pass. So, trekking in the Manaslu region can be a challenge for beginners. However, the trek can be done quickly if prior exercise with a strong mentality is maintained.
Manaslu region trek can last for 14 to 21 days, varying with the destinations like Manaslu circuit with Birendra Lake, Manaslu glacier via Manaslu circuit, Tsum Valley trekking, and Manaslu circuit with Larke pass. The best time for the Manaslu Circuit trek is Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to October), while it can be completed in winter and monsoon; however, it is not recommended.
Likewise, the Nepalese government marks the Manaslu region as a restricted area. Thus, special permits like the Manaslu Conservation Area Permit (MCAP), Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP), and Trekkers Information Management Card (TIMS) must be made to explore the area. An experienced guide and porter is also a compulsory need as per the regulation of the Manaslu Conservation Area (MCA).