Experiencing the beauty of the Manaslu Circuit trek within the Manaslu region comes with several FAQs. Trekkers relate Manaslu trek as one of the most excellent treks to accomplish the route of Himalayan asylum. So, the following are some of the Frequently Ask Questions about the Manaslu Circuit Trek.
Manaslu region begins through the trails of the Gorkha district via Arughat, Soti Khola, towards the Manaslu ranges.
Trekkers encounter an excellent view of Mt. Manaslu (8,156m) and its world's eighth highest mountain. Himchuli (7,893m), Ngadi Chuli (7,871m), Shringi (7,187m) Saula (6,235m), and Langpo (6,668m) are other peaks here. Larkhya La Pass (5,106m) offers a close view of Annapurna and different mountain ranges. Sama Gaun, Manaslu Base Camp, gives a narrow view of Mt. Manaslu during Manaslu trek.
Manaslu circuit trek is quite a moderate trek as compared to another trek in Nepal. It is due to its altitude, slippery tracks, and cold weather. However, trekkers prefer Manaslu Trek as one of the prominent trekking destinations in Nepal.
Manaslu circuit Trek Requires at least two individuals. You can not go single; however, we have the provision of managing a group for you.
Manaslu trek requires 4 permit fees. Especial permit for Manaslu and Tsum Valley, MCAP, ACAP is applicable. Note: MCAP= Manaslu Conservation Area Project, ACAP=Annapurna Conservation Area Project.
Manaslu Circuit Trek is suitable throughout the year. But September to November and from February to May is the peak season for the Manaslu region.
Manaslu is less crowded as compared to Annapurna and Everest region. But trekking in this region is increasing in recent years.
Our guides, porters, and crew members are beneficial and are ready to help you out in any situation. But we recommend you all to have proper Travel insurance, including all safety measures. We recommend travel insurance with a suitable medical evacuation Helicopter rescue. It helps in any sorts of unpleasant situations in extreme altitude areas.