The 16-day Manaslu circuit trek is one of the most difficult treks in remote parts of Nepal; that has a vast range of fascinations like Manaslu mastiffs, Larkya La pass (5215 m/ 17109.58 ft), sub-tropical forests, exotic wildlife, landscapes, green meadows, and Gurung villages with unique cultures and traditions. The trek links to Upper Budi Gandaki, called Nupri ( the western mountains). Since the trek elevates to a high altitude, it has a risk of altitude sickness and respiratory problems.
Manaslu circuit trek begins from Sotikhola after sightseeing around the capital, Kathmandu, on the first day. The trail of the trek goes through many small villages of Nepal, flaunting stunning views of Larkya La pass and Larkya La glacier, and also provides trekkers with the opportunity to get the experience of the natural hot spring ‘Tatopani.’
Flaunting the 8th highest mountain in the world, Manaslu, with the correct dose of adventure because of all the technical aspects that need to be taken care of, the Manaslu circuit trek is one of a kind. As the atmospheric pressure decreases with elevation, it is good to consult and take a few pieces of advice from your doctor prior to the trek and stay away from HAPE or HACE.
So, grab the chance to get close to the beauty of remote Nepal along with adventures in majestic mountains while exploring different lifestyles, cultures, foods, flora and fauna, wildlife, etc., with Swotah.
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5215 m/ 17109.6ft
Manaslu Circuit Trip is far less crowded than its more well-known peers Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Circuit proffering the trekkers with the wonderful cultural experience with Tibetan and mountain people, Buddhist temples, architecture and traditions along with the beautiful and mesmerizing natural scenery and wildlife including the alluring view of Nepal Himalayas.
•We reserve the right to change and that the program may be reversed. Things can happen that make it impossible to meet them as planned. If any meeting or plan would not be feasible, we always try to find an equivalent alternative. In Nepal, you always have a plan B and C!