Manaslu Region that lies in the west-central part of Nepal is very popular off the beaten trekking destinations for those trekkers who really love the adventure trek. This Manaslu region lies in the lap of Mt. Manaslu, the eighth Highest Mountain in the world with the elevation of 8,156m. The area offers a good mixture of diverse cultural and fantastic Himalaya scenery. The trail follows the Budhi Gandaki flow and passes through the winding narrow gorge between the Manaslu and Ganesh Himal ranges. The trek descends towards the Marsyangdi valley after crossing the Larkey La pass (5200 m) with a breath-taking view of smiling Himlung Himal, Annapurna range and several other snow-capped peaks.
Since Manaslu region is untouched trekking destination, Nepalese Government has provided the permission to explore this region only after 1991AD. The Government of Nepal has declared Manaslu as Manalsu Conservation Area from December 1998 with the area of 1,663 square kilometres. The main objective of this project is to play vital role to conserve the essence of natural resources, culture heritage, and unique flora-fauna scattered within the area. This is the best destination for promoting eco-tourism. Most of the people in this area maintain their livelihood through the movement of trekking and expedition. Exploring Manaslu region not only provides you very unique experience of white Himalayas but also provides a real glimpse of rural Nepal with the unique blend of nature and culture. This region was completely camping trekking trail till few years ago. The continuous flow of trekkers encouraged the locals to operate several teahouses with internet and telephone facilities. This has reduced the high cost and can be explored by budgeted tourist too.
The local communities in Manaslu region of Nepal regards Mount Manaslu in a form of “Holy Spirit Mountain” and worship in a form of spiritual deities. There are several magnificent views of Mt Manaslu, Mount Himchuli, Ganesh Himal, Sringi Himal, Naike Peak, Larke Peak, Kangaroo Himal, Cheo Himal, Ratna Chuli, etc. The trail of Manaslu region passes through dense forest of colorful rhododendron and thick bamboo trees observing the Buddhists prayer flags on top, several Mani walls, chorten etc. Most of the people in this region are Buddhist since they follow Tibetan Buddhist non-violence culture. They prohibit hunting and killing animals. This culture has been preserving several wild lives around Manaslu region.
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