Manaslu, the eighth highest mountain in the world is one of the adventurous trekking destinations in Nepal. Recently discovered Manaslu Trekking trail is the less crowded, rustic, remote and high altitude of Larkya La Pass, which will provide you with an experience of classic trekking with the sensational mountain’s vistas. It is the perfect destination for those who are enthusiasts to explore the isolated and wild region of Nepal. Manaslu trek is filled with the stunning snow-covered mountains, endangered and rare species like Red Pandas, Snow Leopards, mammals like horseshoe bat, Asian black bear, Tibetan snow cocks, and crimson horned pheasants, and many more, varied ethnic villages, their unique cultures, and traditions.
Manaslu Trek in Nepal is one of the off-beaten trekking routes of Nepal, which is protected under the Manaslu Conservation Area Project. To trek in the Manaslu region, trekkers need special permits with experience and professional trekking guide. Without a trekking guide, the government of Nepal will not allow you to trek Manaslu Trek in Nepal. The trekking trail of Manaslu is full of adventure, so trekkers should trek through the mountains passes, glaciers, lush jungles, rivers, and streams with several ups and downs. The government of Nepal has declared some of the areas in the Manaslu region as a restricted region where trekkers required essential trekking permits that includes Restricted Area Permit, Manaslu Conservation Area Permit, Annapurna Conservation Area Permit, and Tsum Valley Permit (Optional if you plan to explore Tsum valley). During trekking to Manaslu region, you should have at least 2 members of the group with registered a guide. Every guide should have an ID card and a trekking license.