Manaslu Reason

We, Namaste Nepal Trekking And Research Hub consider the Manaslu Reason among the best trekking reason in Nepal. Despite its recent rise in popularity, the Manaslu Trek remains remote and off-the-beaten-path compared to the better-known teahouse treks in Nepal. The trek takes you around Manaslu, the world's eighth highest mountain at 8,163 meters. The Manaslu Reason is one of the “Best Kept Secret” trekking areas of Nepal. It is far less crowded than other well-known peers Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Circuit. There are still about 10 times fewer trekkers on the Manaslu Trail. The trek is wild and remote. The first part of the trail follows the Budi Gandaki, a deep, long river gorge, with many suspension bridges. As we go higher we will experience the culture of Gurung people living on the lap of the Himalaya. The scenery provides all Nepal has to offer: you'll trek from the subtropical jungle at lower elevations, through the Himalayan foothills to the high, cold and challenging crossing of the Larkya La above 5,100 meters.

The Manaslu Reason is also very rich in natural biodiversity; there are about 9,000 inhabitants, over 2,000 species of plants, 39 mammals, 201 birds, 3 reptiles and 11 butterflies. Manaslu has a lot to offer to trekkers, from the beautiful scenery of the majestic Himalayan ranges and high altitude glacier lakes to rich biological and cultural diversity. Ecologically Manashalu Reason has a diverse range of habitats which boasts many rare flora and fauna such as Snow leopard, Lynx, Musk deer, Red fox, Jackal, Brown bear and their prey species such as Blue sheep, Himalayan tahr, Himalayan serow, Wooly hare and Himalayan marmot. It is also home to a variety of birds like Snow partridge, Tibetan snowcock, Chukar partridge, Himalayan griffon, Golden eagle, among others, including diverse plant communities.

The culture of the people in the region is equally unique with most people of Tibetan origin following Buddhism.  It’s a Tibetan Buddhist culture. The rich cultural heritage is evident in the several large Buddhist monasteries like Shringi Gompa in Bihi, as well as Mu and Rachen Gompas in Chhekampar. Local examples of the harmony between religion and environmental conservation can be seen throughout the region, as Lamas (religious leaders) from the monasteries prohibit any kind of violence against wildlife. This has been hugely consequential in the prosperity of wildlife in Manaslu reason.

Namaste Nepal Trekking & Research Hub organizes different exciting, adventurous, and research trips to Manaslu Region considering safety and your comfort. The well-known trekking routes of this region are Manaslu Circuit Trekking, Tum Valley Trekking, Tum valley & Manaslu trekking. The best time to visit this area is in spring and autumn. Most trekking routes in the Manaslu region are normally serviced by teahouses and lodges. according to your time frame, interest, and budget, we will organize a wonderful trip to the land of the Himalaya. Thus, be a part of the Namaste Nepal Trekking & Research Hub and feel the ecstasy of Himalayas.