Manaslu is the eighth highest mountain in the world. Although Manaslu Circuit Trek is considered a challenging trek, exploring the remote Manaslu Valley is a reward in itself. Discover the real Nepal and get familiar with the natural and cultural richness.
Tsum valley trek is located at the majestic backdrop of the Mt. Ganesh, Mt Sringi and Mt. Boudha ranges of the Northern Gorkha is the hidden “Tsum valley”. Traveling in Tsum valley trek is best opportunities, which allows as access to the Shangrila land of the Nepal.
Manaslu Round Tsum Valley Trek is the controlled area trekking which requires special Manaslu trekking permit. Manaslu region is the land of legendary Gurung ethnics where several untouched Himalayan grandeurs are awaiting to be explored. Tsum Valley is the newly opened trek that was opened only since 2008. The best season is from October to November. Dhajyang is the local festival that falls in November. The combined Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek allows you to explore Upper and lower Tsum Valley regions where the path entails several Buddhist monasteries and chortens. This is the memorable trip that follows remote and rough steep trekking routes.
Rupina La Pass trek is a challenging trek into the lower Manaslu region which was opened for trekking since 1991 AD. Rupinala is known for its incredible views of Manaslu, Hiunchuli and Boudha Mountains. Rupinla Pass trekking route begins from Ghyampesal which lies near to Gorkha. Explore the rhododendron and pine forest and pass through the villages of legendary Gurung ethnic. Rupina La pass exists in the Manaslu conversation area and thus it requires special trekking permit for exploration.
Bara Pokhari Trek which is also known as Baraha Pokhari Trekking is the wonderful journey towards the southwest of Manaslu Mountain and east of Annapurna Mountain. Bara Pokhari (meaning collection of 12lakes in one place) is the scenic place which is not only important because of its natural views but it also holds the religious and cultural significance. Every Shaman disciple must receive blessing from Bara Pokhari Lake before practicing Shamanism.