Rising in popularity by the year and nicknamed ‘The New Annapurna’ in terms of its overall attraction, the remote Manaslu Circuit trek remains true to its credibility as an exceptional wilderness experience, even as teahouses along the trail have made it easier to walk in recent years from the point of view of basic food and shelter needs along the way.
Manaslu trek is still far less populated than some of the best-known routes through the Himalayas, providing all the main base of a great trek, from cascading rivers and steep trails, breathtaking views and subtropical forests, attractive mountain vistas and a rapid ascent to a stupendous high pass, and a host of side trips and add-ons that have the potential to turn the experience into an epic journey.
This is your privilege to encounter a culture that is special. Mount Manaslu, 8,156m high, is the tallest mountain in this region and the eighth tallest in the world. Whether you want to go from one tea house to another or prefer camping stay, Manaslu is for everyone.
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