The trekkers highly choose Manaslu trek in the upper Himalayan region. Trekkers consider the Manaslu circuit trek as the best alternative to Annapurna Circuit Trek. It starts from Stockholm elaborating on the beautiful hills, Manaslu Conservation Area, Ganesh Himal, Mt. Manaslu, etc. Manaslu circuit trek is generally a 15 days trek, but it can be extended more up to discover the beauty of Tsum Valley. In most of the cases, the Manaslu trekking starts at Sotokhola and ends at Beshi Sahar, encountering the beauty of Himalayas. Therefore, it offers a fabulous view of Mt. Manaslu ranges, Mt. Annapurna Massif, Mt. Himchuli, Ganesh Himal, and more.
Extended trekking of the Manaslu region offers a fantastic view of glorious mountains and the ancient Mustang valley. Himchuli (7,893m), Ngadi Chuli (7,871 m), Shringi (7,187m) Saula (6, 235m), and Langpo (6,668m) are famous mountains of Manaslu Circuit. Trekkers also encounter a close-quarter view of Mt. Manaslu (8,156m), Mt. Annapurna Massif, and Ganesh Himal
Manaslu Conservation Area is one of the top conservation areas of Nepal with great bio and wildlife diversity. Beautiful pine, Rhododendron forests, tribal people, Birendra Lake, monasteries are famous attractions in Manaslu trek. Therefore, Trekkers can find popular trends of Tibetan culture in Upper Himalayas. Larkya La Pass (5,167m) is the highest pass in this region, offering a lifetime view of snowy peaks. The Larkya La Pass (5,167m) is also the highest pass in the Manaslu Circuit. It provides a stunning view of Manaslu, Himchuli, Nemjung, Gyan Ji Kang, Annapurna II, Cheo, etc. Also, the conservation area includes Mountain goats, Blue Sheep, Pika, Marmots, and stunning Snow Leopard.
Manaslu trek requires a special permit; you will need a special restricted area permit for Manaslu and Tsum Valley. In addition to this, you will require MCAP and ACAP permits for trekking. Moreover, two trekkers are compulsory for Manaslu trekking.
Trekking in the Manaslu circuit has access to many tea houses, lodge, and hostile tribal villages. So, there won’t be any problem with accommodation, even at the ultimate altitude ranges. Meals at the altitude region are available at the tea houses, so there will be a complete combo for this trek.
Telephone and Internet:
Wifi and telephone facilities are available for trekkers at most of the tea houses/lodges. So, you can communicate with you near ones back home during the trek.