Mystic Manaslu Hidden Secrets In The Himalayas

  • Apr 3, 2020
  • Hemanta Maharjan

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Manaslu trekking route, unknown to many trekkers and not as popular in past as regular trekking region like Everest, Annapurna or Langtang is one of the best destination now to experience hiking in Nepal. Manaslu, literally means, a mountain of spirit and being an eight highest mountain in the World at 8156m, offers a tranquil spirit along the way with diverse nature and landscapes.

Ideally, Manaslu trekking track begins from Gorkha and ends at Manang and became regular route since 1950 when the team of Japanese attempted to climb the peak. Officially, the first ascent of mountain Manaslu was 1956 by Toshio Imanishi and Gyalzen Norbu from Japanese expedition team.

Nubri trekking route is an another name used for this itinerary and has a significant value of Tibetan Buddhism too. Along with the magnificent Himalayas and picturesque villages, one can see many monasteries and people practicing Buddhism on the way.

Manaslu - Mystic and Restricted region in Nepal

Mount Manaslu is still considered as one of the hidden secrets among another mountain in Nepal but till date many trekkers around the world has explored the place. The destination is fit for both the first time trekkers and those who already visited other popular trekking destinations and looking for a new destination to pack their bags to get started with their travel journey.

The best time to visit Manaslu is late August to late April. If you are looking for any expert guidance, Click here for the available trekking package for Manaslu region. Contact us to discuss more in detail to plan your trip that suits you the best. We offer three different packages for manual region namely Around Manaslu Trekking, Rupinla pass trek and Manaslu Rupin la trekking.

If you are looking for other trekking destination in Nepal, you can find all the packages available here listed or customize your own trip as per your convenience. We would love to have an opportunity to be a part of your Nepal Holidays Plan.