Manaslu trek Nepal was officially opened in 1991, allowing trekkers to extensively explore the region. Officials grant permitted access to this restricted region allowing only a limited number of trekkers each year, therefore, adding further appeal to the trek. Today, mainly group treks are organized in the region. It is a unique and less crowded than other treks in Nepal and remains a true remote adventure. Manaslu trek leads to high Himalayan passes through ethnic Tibetan villages, with the spectacular views of snow-peaks and campsites.
Manaslu trek can be a great alternative to Annapurna Circuit Trek. The path ascends through the beaten tracks providing tea-houses along the trail.We can experience enjoy local culture and lifestyles of Himalayan people.
Larke La Pass (5,135m/16,847ft) divides Manasalu and the Marshyangdi valley, afterwards, it is a straight descent through thick alpine forests and meadows to the mainstream Annapurna circuit trail. Few more days of trekking continues towards Pokhara via another secret route seldom used by trekkers offering stunning views of the Manasalu, Annapurna and Machhapuchre (Fish Tail).