With the colorful culture and dramatic valleys and stunning view of snow-covered Himalayas, Manaslu is the undoubtedly one of the best treks in Nepal. This untouched natural paradise is located at the border of Nepal and Tibet offers the adventure lovers the best of everything. The trek is packed with thrilling adventure, incomparable beauty, and rich flora and fauna, as well as this area, offers a good mix of cultural diversity and fantastic countryside scenery. With the height of 8153m/26748ft Mt Manaslu is the eighth highest peak in the world. While on the trek one will have an opportunity to explore the real life of Nepalese people, visit sacred monasteries, witness the lifestyle of Buddhist monks, soak in the spirituality and enjoy the great views of Tibetan plateau. The trek, however, is not the cakewalk as one can experience a certain level of difficulty depending on their individual trekking experiences. But the spectacular view from the mountain makes all your efforts count. Tourists need to book a trek packages to Mt manual as Nepal government does not permit individual trekkers beyond a certain point. Travelers can choose the itinerary of their choice and can also combine the Tsum Valley, a beautiful, secluded valley where century-old Tibetan traditions prevail and walk in an altogether a different world.

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