Manaslu Region Trekking Professional1 month ago - Services - Kathmandu - 82 views
Manaslu Trek is one of the less frequented routes of Nepal, as it is considered a challenging
journey. It also neighbors Annapurna Circuit, and in the past few years, some trekkers have
started to make detours to explore a part of the Manaslu region. The Manaslu region is
dominated by Tibetan culture but lives in harmony with other Nepali ethnic cultures of that
region. With Narba Treks, Manaslu Trek, you explore the Manaslu region in the best way and
also get to experience the unique culture at the most exceptional places.
This trek begins at Kathmandu. You sightsee some of the landmarks of the valley like
Kathmandu Durbar Square and Boudhanath Stupa while your permit is being processed. Then
you head to Arughat via Prithivi Highway. From Dhading, you go north and reach Arughat, and
from there, you drive till Soti Khola.
From here onwards, you start your trek. You head to Samagaon via passing through several
rustic villages like Jagat, Dang, and Lowgaun. At Jagat, you show your permit to enter Manaslu
Conservation Area. From Samagaon, you hike to Manaslu Base Camp. You ascend early
morning, and by mid-day, you reach the Manaslu base camp at 4460m. You get to see
breathtaking views of Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Sringi Himal, and many more.
Then you descend back to Samagaon, and if you have time, you can explore the local
monasteries. Then you head to Larkya La Pass. From the pass, you descend to Bimthang. As
you head to Dharapani via Tilche, your trekking journey comes to an end. From Dharapani, you
drive back to Kathmandu. It is recommended to have previous trekking experience, and the
best time to enjoy this trek is in spring (March-May) and autumn (September-November).
At Narba Treks, you can get the best tour packages at reasonable prices. Each trip packages
include the quality services of transportation and accommodation. You will also get professional
guides to accompany you on your desired trip.