- Relish the amazing view of the 8th highest peaks in the region, Manaslu with 8163m.
- Thrilling views of the Tiru Danda
- Warm hospitality of amazing locals.
One of the handy trekking regions in Nepal, The Manaslu Trekking
Astonishing mountain scenery of the enormous mountains, the Manaslu trekking has the two spiky massifs of the Manaslu with an altitude of 8156m which is the reflection of the Manaslu Himalayan wonders geology poised between the future and the past. By the established trekking regions to the other sides, Manaslu has been a lengthily overshadowed.
Manaslu is situated in the fortress side of the Gorkha’s north side where in the 18th century; the last kings of Nepal ventured to conquer the remaining parts of the country. Opening up the misty wood-shingled villages of the Nupri Valley, The Manaslu Circuit has recently become a teahouse trek. Hikers are free to discover the other many routes being fraudulent right now.Tsum Valley is even more isolated than the primary Manaslu trail, and has splendid views, comprising the renowned view point above Mu Gompa. While most trekkers stay in teahouses, some choose to camp. Tsum Valley has the mesmerizing sights of the four 7000m peaks of the Ganesh massif. One can encounter with the unique the Tibetan influenced culture of the Tsumba people who are forbidden to slaughter the living beings. Unquestionably, this rule has further taken steps for the protection of the endangered species such as the Red Panda and the Snow Leopard.
Our hike initiates from the magnificent Arughat Bazaar where we then move toward the north side valley of the Budhi Gandaki River. We turn off the primary circuit from the village of the Lokwa where the hike is limited to the Tsum valley as we head to the red roofed monastery of the Rachen Gompa. With the time to explore and to acclimatize the amazing villages of the Sama Gaon and the fantastic Samado en route before that we rejoin the circuit from the Ghap where we begin our trail towards the high point of the Larkya La (5,213m/17,103ft). The journey is exciting in general and then ends with the downhill gong aling the river valley of the Marshyangdi through the lush and green forests of the oak and the rhododendron as we hike down to Besisahar and drive back to the Kathmandu where we are welcomed back with the warm hospitality.
One can relish the home stays with the local tribe of the Tamangs who are the originally horse trader of Nepal. Gorgeous views stretch from the Annapurna’s to Ganesh Himal as the adventures can venture higher for a ‘walk in the clouds’ above Tiru Danda.