Manaslu region is one of the most adored trekking regions in the small yet wonderful nation of Himalayas due to its peaceful environment and unsurpassed natural beauty. Lying in the northern Himalayan range in the Gorkha district of Nepal, this region is best known for its solidarity and preservation. As very few visitors trek in this region, the trails are less trodden and the routes are vastly uncrowded which makes your excursion serene and truly adventurous. This region is maintained and conserved by Manaslu Conservation Area with an objective to preserve the natural beauty and biodiversity along with a vigilant eye in the sustainable tourism.
After being officially opened for trekking in 1991, the popularity of Manaslu region is rapidly growing as an alternative to the Annapurna region trekking. However, special permits are still required to trek in this region. Trekking in Manaslu region presents visitors with an ample opportunity to explore the snow-capped peaks, glacial lakes, floras and faunas, ancient monasteries and caves along with an acquaintance into the highly enriched Tibetan cultures and traditions.