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Manaslu Trekking

Manaslu, the eighth highest mountain in the world at 8,163 m (26,781 ft) above sea level which is located in the Mansiri himal, part of the Neplease Himalays, in the west-central part of Nepal. , Manaslu Himalaya is in the 12th Position. Manaslu trekking offers 12 days to 21 days of trekking which is also the less crowded area for trekking. It is situated in the middle of Budi Gandaki River in the east The Mountain’s long ridges and valley glaciers offer feasible approaches from all directions, and culminate in a peak that towers steeply above its surrounding landscape this makes the scenery quite dramatically diverse and the hike reasonably challenging for the knees. The Manaslu treks required camping but building the tea houses will fulfill the requirement of the accommodation. The treks required the permit as trekkers travels at least two person with a guide. There are too many route of trekking which includes the tsum valley which was restricted for the tourist for the long time but nowadays it is the centre of attractionfor the trekkers with the Nepalese government has recently open it for group trekkers. In order to retain the culture and natural Diversity , the Tsum welfare committee is established to retain and involving in the promotion of responsible tourism in Tsum, Meanwhile it is also the challenging for sustainable tourism task with far ahead.

The manaslu treks usually start from Auraghat and ends to besisahar which offers the variety of the trekking options .The route follows the pine forest of syala village to samagaun which is famous for Buddhist Monastary as after reaching samagaun samdo dharmasala Bhimthang and  dharapani the journey will be end at Kathmandu Nepal.