Located in the northwestern part of Nepal the Manaslu Circuit Trek is a stunning 18-day journey that treks around the world’s eighth highest mountain with the height 8,156m. More than 7,000 inhabiting( mostly Gurung Inhabitance) in seven villages will welcome you in a hospitable manner. This is a trek for someone who wants something different in Nepal but still offers the most emphatic and eye-opening scenery. Manaslu Trek is one of the dynamic treks in the Himalayan region available in Nepal. the trek starts at Arughat known as the gateway to Budi Gandaki Valley. You will be passing through the Manaslu Conservation Area which is home to different kinds of wild-animals in the Himalayan region such as snow leopard, Himalayan Thar, and Blue Sheep. This conservation Area is conserving more than 33 species of reptile, 110 species of bird, 33 species mammals, and many more other animals. The existential part of the trek is to approach the atmosphere of Mt. Manaslu (8156m), the eighth highest mountain in the world. The trek starts from Arughat known as the gateway to Budi Gandaki Valley. The most challenging section of this trek comes up while crossing Larkya La Pass which is at the altitude of 5160m. The pass offers spectacular views of Mt. Manaslu, Annapurna, and many more. Along the pathway, you will have plenty of opportunities to interact with local people mostly the Gurung Inhabitance, and gain the opportunity to be familiar with their lifestyle. Take time out to visit Shringi Gompa, Mu, and Rachen Gompas, some of the most popular and ancient Buddhist monasteries. The trail joins the Annapurna circuit at Dharapani and drops down you to Besisahar. Manaslu Trek can be done in different duration and at different times of the year. The two best seasons for trekking in this region Spring (Mar-May) and Autumn (Sep-Nov). While trekking in this route the maximum time you spend is camping and tea-house stay. We have a team of highly experienced, well equipped, and friendly local trekking guides who will accompany you throughout your journey for your safety and to share the knowledge of this route.