Manaslu Trekking is rapidly increasing in popularity, since lodges were rebuilt here since 2015 after the Earthquake disaster, making the trek easier. Mount Manaslu 8,163m /26,693 ft is eight highest mountain in the world and reward with a splendid panorama and finest aspects of spectacular massifs. Mt. Manaslu region trekking or Manaslu trekking is located under the restricted area of off the beaten path trek trail Nepal.
Apart from Manaslu, we will also get the chance to explore the gorgeous panorama of other mountains including, Annapurna, Himlung Himal (7125m), Annapurna massif and Ganesh Himal mountains. Manaslu is standing isolated and yet in the very center of Nepalese Himalayas.
Manaslu trekking region includes strong influences from Tibet mixing with typical and diverse Nepalese culture and ethnicity. Well, the contrasting ascent and descent gradients and the spacing of lodges at the higher altitudes represent the area as the best trekking destination of Nepal Himalayas.
Manaslu restricted area Permit: US$ 70 per week + US$10 per day extra for each trekker. The first check is at Jagat and last check at Dharapani. You’ll probably need more than 7 days to get from place to place. Furthermore, you need also Manaslu conservation area project (MCAP) permit: 2,000 (approx 20 Euro or US$20) and also Annapurna conservation area project (ACAP) permit: 2,000 (approx 20 Euro or US$20).
To do Manaslu region trekking you should go through the registered trekking company like Gokyo Treks and Expedition Pvt Ltd. We at Gokyo Treks and Expedition Pvt Ltd are happy to arrange your all kinds of permits and other travel arrangements, so let us know your details.
To obtain the permits, we need at least 20% advance deposits with the copy of passport and copy of visa and as well as passport size photographs. Remember, if you are going to discover Manaslu for any trek or tours than hiring at least one guide (support team member) is compulsory as it is rules of the government in terms of your safety.