Amongst trekkers and adventure enthusiasts, Manaslu is a highly sought after trekking region in Nepal. This region being duly unaffected by the roadways is a great destination for those trekkers who are keen to explore the beauty of the mesmerizing untouched nature and culture. The region has been embedded by the major elements that make up other treks in Nepal, including the intensity of Hindu and Buddhist culture, protected wildlife, blossoming rhododendrons and wildflowers, raging white water rivers, precarious, wobbly bridges, and the ever so stunning mountain scenery.
Overtime, the trek has become much more convenient than it used to be with greatly improved trails along the Budhi Gandaki river gorge. In terms of difficulty, the intensity of the trek is comparable with that of the Everest base camp trek, as well as the around Annapurna trek. The region's main attraction is undoubtedly the spectacular unhindered views of Mt. Manaslu. Standing high at the height of 8163m above the sea level, it is the 8th highest mountain in the world. The name Manaslu has a deep meaning Mountain of the spirit. The first time that human footprints were left on its peak was on May 9, 1956, by Toshio Imanishi and Gyalzen Norbu, a member of a Japanese expedition.