Our Manaslu Region Trekking
Manaslu region is one the most unique region which lies in the east of Annapurna. Manaslu is generally left unfrequented which means the whole region is able to preserve its beauty and remains unspoiled from over trekking. The famous river of Budhi Gandaki and Marshyangdi surrounds the region of Manaslu. The trekking area in Manaslu region begins at an altitude of 1000 meters and can go up high as 5200 meters. The altitude variation comprises of mind-blowing landscapes, wide range of flora and faunas, alpine vegetation, rare wildlife and adorable Himalayas. Forests of Pine and Rhododendrons covers the area with its natural beauty. Animals like Himalayan Marmot, Pika and Deer inhabit the forests and animal kingdom in Manaslu. There are two major cultural highlights in the region of Manaslu i.e. the ancient palace of Gorkha of Shah dynasty and the holy temple of Manakamana. Major settlements in Manaslu region is inhabited by the people of Tibetan origin, Sherpa, Gurung and Tamangs. Being a conservation area, the region is able to provide genuine natural sites and peak adventure. Cultural highlights, indigenous ethnic groups, beautiful landscapes and natural Himalayas makes Manaslu region a favorable destination for many people.