Nepal is the home of plethora of spiritual superlative wonders of Mother Nature and grandeurs of multicultural people. Many trekking and touring destinations have their own peculiar identity. Are you looking for the place where you can feel close to nature and experience the serenity?
Manaslu region is the one to go for. The home of world’s 8th tallest mountain Mt. Manaslu (8,156 m) the region endows breathtaking scenery. It is mountains and rural villages excursion too. Get the first hand knowledge about the Himalayan tribes of Nepal like Tibetans, Gurung, Magar And hilly tribes like Brahman, Chhetris etc.
Splendid memory of walking holiday would undoubtedly get attached in your soul after the trip of Manaslu region. Karma Eco Adventure has two outstanding trekking packages for this region i.e. Manaslu Circuit Trek and Tsum Valley Trek.
These two trekking detours would take you to the ancient Milarepa Caves to the Eon’s Meditating caves and from green lush temperate forests to the high altitude passes of Larke La Pass.
Therefore, Manaslu region could become the most worthwhile destination to fulfill your dream of having excursion in nature. Get the glimpses of mountains as far as Annapurna range and savor the sights of more than 2 dozens Mountains up close while roaming around Manaslu region.
Earthquake 2015 Effects
The place also needs to be visited as it was devastated during 2015 April Earthquake in Nepal as well. The people of Manaslu region are very intrepid that they have risen again for the better service of trekkers. Therefore, it would be from our side also to support such passion of Manaslu people with our own compassion.
Trekkers will be able to experience the mini mountaineering feeling as well as the cultural trail kind of moments. It has so many merits to take back home.
Karma Eco Adventure urges people across the globe to join our bandwagon. Lets create momentous walking journey of Manaslu region. It is definitely worthwhile to share fore generations to come.
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