Our Manaslu Circuit Trek is quite popular because of its experiential factor that combines the pleasure of trekking along the age-old trade route between Nepal and Tibet with the natural and cultural heritage of the Manaslu region of Nepal. Starting from the ancient Gorkha Kingdom in mid-western Nepal, our trail follows the Budhi Gandaki River upstream traversing sub-tropical forests and ascending to drier highlands.
The highest altitude you gain during our Manaslu Circuit Trek is 5,213m at Larkya-La Pass, whereafter the trail continues mostly downhill, through the serene alpine forests and meadows to meet with the trail of the Annapurna Circuit trek, finally heading towards Pokhara via another secret route seldom used by trekkers. Highlights of this worthwhile trekking adventure include stunning views of Mt. Manaslu (8,156m.), the eighth highest peak in the world, and the Himalayan panorama formed by Annapurna mountain range and the gorgeous Mt. Machhapuchhre (a.k.a the Fish Tail Mountain).