The Manaslu region of Nepal is renowned for its beautiful alpine scenery, highlighted by the presence of Mount Manaslu, the world's eighth-highest peak. Mount Manaslu, the highest peak in the area at 8,163 meters (26,781 feet), inspired the name of the region. It is in the Gorkha District.
To travel in the Manaslu region, trekkers must first obtain a special permit from the government. The government of Nepal issues the permission, and the only way to get one is through an authorized trekking agency. Trekkers also require a Manaslu Conservation Area Entry Permit and Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) to trek in Manaslu region. The regulations are there to safeguard the special natural and cultural features of the area. The Nubri and Tsum are two of the many indigenous peoples who make their homes in the Manaslu area. These groups have maintained their own Buddhist religious practices, customs, and history for generations. Visiting this area is a great chance to learn about the culture and meet the people that live there.
The Manaslu region's unspoiled landscapes, rich cultural history, and difficult paths make for an unforgettable trekking adventure.