Manaslu trekking is one of the most popular trekking destinations in Nepal. Mt. Manaslu (8,163 m.) is the eighth-highest peak in the world, located at Nepal and Tibet border. The trekking to the Manaslu area was opened in 1992 for outsiders primarily for trekking and any other sorts of tourism activities. Since then, trekking to this region has been popular primarily for having incredible scenes of the unique landscapes, natural wonders of snow-capped and rocky hills, have awesome views of the range of mountains located in the Manaslu region.

The term Manaslu means the spirit mountain which stands to be a benevolent and strong deity in the local dialect. Because of this belief, this region trekking is regarded to be one of the restricted areas of trekking. You need to seek permission in order for you to have trekked to this area. The trekking to Manaslu region offers a range of awesome views of the majestic mountains, along the trekking trail you will have an opportunity to explore the blend of culture, unique rituals, and lifestyles of diverse ethnic groups living along the trail, pass through the snow-capped peaks, glaciers, these are self-explanatory, why Manaslu region trek is loved and demanded trekking.

Besides trekking to the highest mountain, you also can have expedition trips to this mountain, if not you can have climbing trips to the small rocks and snow-capped peaks, pass through a glacier and prepare yourself for having an expedition once-in-a-lifetime. These are explicit enough about how adventure trip is in the Manaslu region. Manaslu region trek begins with a short drive from Kathmandu to Gorkha (Arughat) and then the trail continues through the picturesque valley and alongside Larke pass (5420 m) and it finally takes you to Mt. Manaslu area after having a complete excursion all around, the trail takes you back along the Annapurna classic trekking routes to Besishahar and then you will catch a private or public bus and return back to Kathmandu.