Manaslu Region is one of the most beautiful trekking regions in Nepal. The region offers the experience of trekking in remote areas of Nepal. Though trekking in this region was opened decades ago, the Manalu region has yet to become popular trekking trails like Annapurna Base Camp Trek or Everest Base Camp trek. Due to remoteness and lack of means of developmental infrastructure, only a few numbers of trekkers make their journey towards this region. Hence, the Manaslu region is one of the crowd escape treks in Nepal if you are not fond of large traffic.

Besides the region is less crowded and off the beaten, the region is a perfect place to observe the natural sceneries and great mountain views. You will be accustomed to the breathtaking views of Mount Manaslu which is the eighth highest mountain in the world. At the elevation of 8163m, it stands tall and grand at the same time alluring. Other than Manalsu, you will also get to see the glorious views of the HimlungHimal, Cheo Himal, Nemjung, Gyaji Kang, Annapurna II, and Kang Guru.

Furthermore, these regions undoubtedly have appealing mountain views likewise it also appeals to nature lovers due to its diverse and large varieties of wild flora and fauns. Manaslu region shelters endangered animals like snow leopard, blue sheep, Himalayan Tahr, Himalayan Marmots, and many more. 

Also, the region’s vibrant culture and tradition are authentic as they can be. Manaslu region is remote the people have been secluded from modernization and technologies. So maybe due to this reason, the culture and natural beauty have remained intact. The region offers some of the greatest trekking trails in Nepal. For instance, the Manaslu circuit trek, Tsum valley trek, and Manaslu trek with Thorang La pass and Larkya la pass are all based in this region. If you are a true adventure and hardcore trekker then you surely know the highlights of this place. 

Explore all the beautiful aspects of the Manaslu region with Himalayan Ecological Trekking and meet some of the innocent souls of Nepal.