8th higest mountain
Manaslu Trekking region is became a third best trekking region in Nepal the dream of adventure people to see the 8th high mountain in the world that so the government decide the sealed and just opened in 1992 to the foreign visitors and it has been controlled area to protect its fragile natural resources and cultural heritage and to promote ecotourism to improve livelihood of the local people in the Manaslu Conservation Area. Manaslu region is an isolated and long been undamaged by modernity. Trekking tour in this isolated area has been extremely popular from last few years. Those trekking enthusiastic searching for ‘Wilderness and authentic Culture’ experiences have started to bypass the ‘Annapurna’ and hike the Manaslu route instead. The MCAP(Manaslu Conservation Area Project) is a protected area in Nepal, established in 1998 covering 1663 km2 (642 sq mi) in the Mansiri Himalayan range of the Himalayas in the Gorkha District. It is a classic setting to experience spotless Himalayan nature and culture. The conservation area starts at 600m and is covered by the eighth highest peak in the world Mount. Manaslu at 8,613 m.
The region offers a variety of trekking options with the side walk the popular Manaslu Trekking Route of 177 kilometers (110 mi), skirts the Manaslu massif over the Larke Pass (down to Annapurna. The trekking trail follows an ancient salt-trading route along the Budhi Gandaki River. En route, 10 peaks over 6,500 meters (21,300 ft) are visible, including a few over 7,000 meters (23,000 ft). The highest point reached along the trek route is the Larke Pass at an elevation of 5230 meters (17,175 ft). Main highlights of the region are; striking landscapes, the incredible view of Himalayan panorama, mighty mountains like Mt. Manaslu, Ganesh Himal Range, Sringi Himala, Naike Peak, Larky Peak, Cheo Himal, Ratna Chuli, Kangaroo Himal, Rhododendron garden, blue pine, and bamboo forests, wild life, beautiful cascading of waterfalls, Sama Gaun in the lap of Mount Manaslu, ancient Buddhist Monasteries, countless Mani Walls (stone tablets engraved with mantras), chorten or stupas and Kanis along the path ( round religious structures in Tibetan Buddhism often housing relics and surrounded by prayer mills.) attracts you with hiking and exploring enthusiasm. These religious places always should be walked to the left or clock-wise to show the respect to the sacredness of these ancient structures and the people who tend them. Similarly, if you feel moved to spin prayer wheels or enter a temple also move the wheels or our body in clock-wise direction. Before entering a temple take off your shoes and leave it at door side as a mark of respect.
Trek through Larke Pass is dramatically amazing and matchless Mountain View of Cheo Himal, Ratna Chuli, Kangaroo Himal, Annapurna Range and many other snowcapped mountain are seen from the top in every directions and trekking down through adventurous high mountain path is life time experience venture that you will never forget. After descending down from the top we will arrive to amazing valley of Bimthang and harmonious and beautiful Gurung Village. Bimthang meaning ‘plain of sand’ was used to be main salt trade center in former time between Nepalese and Tibetan people which has best tea houses on the route. The Manaslu Trekking Trail joins with Annapurna Circuit trail part one down at Dharapani. We can combine Manaslu Circuit Trekking with Tsum Valley, a beautiful and newly opened virgin trekking trail that offers totally something different to trekking keens. The best seasons to trek to Manaslu Region and Tsum Valley are spring (March, April and May) and autumn (September, October and November) yet you can even trek December, January and February too. We, Wilderness Excursion recommend some of worthwhile Side Trips and Day Excursions Itinerary that you should not miss out during your trip to Manaslu. We are one of the best government registered trekking agency that provides best Manaslu Trek Local Guides to make your holiday more beautifully memorable.
To trek to Manaslu; it requires 3 kinds of permits; Manaslu trek permits costs USD 70 .00 for first 7 days then USD 10.00 each additional day during September to November and USD 50.00 for first 7 days then USD 7.00 each extra day during Dec – Aug. In addition, MCAP and ACAP Permits are required that cost NPR. 2260.00 equivalent to foreign currency USD 23 each per person. You must trek with a licensed holder guide and organize with a government registered trekking company.
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