Govt. Regd. No: 62248/065/066
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Manaslu Region

Manaslu region trek is recognize for different view of Manaslu Himchuli, Ganesh Himal, Kang Guru etc. We cross the Larky-la 5,350m than down to Annapurna region. The trek starts from Gorkha District so it is exotic panoramic view of Manaslu 8156m. It is eight highest mountain of the world .The west-central part of Nepal. To conserve and protect the natural beauty wildlife and cultural heritage, Manaslu Conservation Area has been established 

Manaslu Circuit Trek

Manaslu Circuit Trek
20 Days

  • Cost: On Request

Despite several world famous circuit treks like the Annapurna Circuit Trek or the Everest Base Camp Trek, the Manaslu Circuit Trek located in Lamjung district of Nepal is widely considered as one of the most difficult and challenging treks in Nepal. Manaslu Circuit Trek rewards the adventure-seekers with some unparalleled experience of the mountain climbing. The Manaslu Circuit Trek offers a perfect combination of the rich cultural heritage in the region with the unsurpassed natural beauty of the Himalayan Range.

Ganesh Himal from Tsum Valley

Tsum Valley Trek
18 Days

  • Cost: On Request

Tsum Valley Trek is one of the lesser known trekking routes in Nepal. Tsum Valley Trek takes one to the sacred pilgrimage valley of ‘Tsum’ located in the western Nepal part of Nepal called Gorkha. It is believed that the word 'Tsum' has its origins from the Tibetan word 'Tsombo' meaning vivid or clear. Tsum Valley Trek is relatively less explored trekking trails in Nepal as most of the foreigners prefer to trek along some other popular and well known trekking trails like the Annapurna Base Camp or the Everest Base Camp Trek.

Manaslu Tsum Valley View During Trek

Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek
25 Days

  • Cost: On Request

Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek is one of the lesser known trekking routes in Nepal. Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek takes one to the sacred pilgrimage valley of ‘Tsum’ located in the western Nepal part of Nepal called Gorkha. It is believed that the word 'Tsum' has its origins from the Tibetan word 'Tsombo' meaning vivid or clear.