Manasalu Region Trek
Manaslu trekking offers spectacular view through the gorge of the Budhi Gandaki. Around the Manaslu is only permitted to trekking on 1991 by Nepal government for foreigner. Manaslu trek Nepal trail is follows an ancient salt-trading route of Tibet along the Budhi Gandaki River. The trekkers enjoy wilderness of undiscovered classic trekking with outstanding Mountain View from Lho to Bhimthang where you feel like in another paradise of heaven. The Mount Manaslu (8156m) was first climbed on May 9, 1956 by Toshio Imanishi and Gyalzen Norbu, members of a Japanese expedition. Manaslu trekking another attraction is Samdo village. It is highest village in the Budhi Gandaki valley and is inhabited by Bhotias. From this village spectacular view of the valley and Pang Phuchi village with a backdrop of the Tibetan border. The Manaslu region is the home of the 110 species of bird’s including Golden Eagle, Eurasian Griffon, Himalayan Griffon, Blood, Impeyan, Kalij and Koklass Pheasants, Himalayan and Tibetan Snow Cocks and the Crimson Horned Pheasan. The Manaslu region has a rich ecotone diversity and includes nineteen different types of forests, mostly you can observe Rhododendron, and Himalayan blue pine, It is really worth to site trip to Manaslu Base Camp and Pungyen Monastery. From Monastery close up view of Himalchuli (7331m) and glacier is very impressive. Manaslu trekking can combine with Tsum region will enjoy an amazing variety of geographical and cultural difference as below the great peaks of Manaslu and Ganesh himal. Tsum is that region which was restricted for tourists for a long time. Now this valley is center of attraction for intrepid trekkers, which government has recently opened for the tourists.



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