Manaslu region trekking is offers spectacular mountains views and provides an opportunity to cross the Larkya/Lerke La Pass located at 5160 meters. Manaslu is 8th highest mountain (Peak) on the Planet, locally known as ‘the mountain of the spirit’, is one of the most spectacular snow peaks in Nepal. Manaslu officially open for trekking in the early 90s, There are several routes in around Manaslu for the trekking holidays those are Manaslu Circuit, Tsum Valley and Rupinala pass. Manaslu circuit trek most popular attraction to cross the Larkya La pass and glimpse the Himalayas. Larkya Pass is a challenging pass in Nepal. Tsum Valley is newly open trekking trail offering a delightful culture and reach close to the Nepal-Tibet border. Rupinala pass trek is a hard, less visited and rural rocky trail required a good walking experience of high Himalayas.
The trek to Manaslu region is a step back in time, a glimpse of pristine Nepali and Tibetan villages, a walk through a remote Himalayan paradise. The diversity of the trek, from the Hindu middle hills to the Tibetan high-country dwellers and the awesome mountain scenery of the Manaslu, Buddha Himal and surrounding peaks. Manaslu circuit and Tsum Valley trek are possible to operate as tea houses/lodges (stay and eat in teahouses) but Rupinala Pass trek is still we need to operate as Camping/tented camp (fully organize). Trekking to around Manaslu required a special trek permit as well as Manaslu and Annapurna conservation area entry permits. The special permit required minimum group size of two people mean solo/single people they cannot get the special permit.
Manaslu treks itineraries are possible to create short and long as per client’s requirement. Below given Manaslu trekking routes are more common providing you with lasting memories of the Remote Himalayas. The challenge of Manaslu treks have a unique unmatched environment, as relatively few trekkers visit, making your experience more unique and unspoiled. You will be greatly rewarded and feel a great sense of compassion as you trek into the remote villages to experience the everyday life, visit the school, meet with locals and see just how isolated the area is.